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Numbers of nearmaxima for the bivariate case
 Statistics Probability Letters
, 2010
"... a b s t r a c t Let Z 1 = (X 1 , Y 1 ) . . . , Z n = (X n , Y n ) be independent and identically distributed random vectors with continuous distribution. Let K n (a, b 1 , b 2 ) be the number of sample elements that belong to the open rectangle (X (n) nearmaxima in the bivariate case. In the prese ..."
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a b s t r a c t Let Z 1 = (X 1 , Y 1 ) . . . , Z n = (X n , Y n ) be independent and identically distributed random vectors with continuous distribution. Let K n (a, b 1 , b 2 ) be the number of sample elements that belong to the open rectangle (X (n) nearmaxima in the bivariate case
The Bivariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm
, 1999
"... The paper deals with the Bivariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm (BMDA). BMDA is an extension of the Univariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm (UMDA). It uses the pair gene dependencies in order to improve algorithms that use simple univariate marginal distributions. BMDA is a special case of the ..."
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The paper deals with the Bivariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm (BMDA). BMDA is an extension of the Univariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm (UMDA). It uses the pair gene dependencies in order to improve algorithms that use simple univariate marginal distributions. BMDA is a special case
Distribution, the Mixed Bivariate Negative Binomial and the Mixed Bivariate
"... In this paper we study a class of Mixed Bivariate Poisson Distributions by extending the Hofmann Distribution from the univariate case to the bivariate case. We show how to evaluate the bivariate aggregate claims distribution and we fit some insurance portfolios given in the literature. This study ..."
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In this paper we study a class of Mixed Bivariate Poisson Distributions by extending the Hofmann Distribution from the univariate case to the bivariate case. We show how to evaluate the bivariate aggregate claims distribution and we fit some insurance portfolios given in the literature. This study
The resultant of an unmixed bivariate system
 J. of Symbolic Computation
"... This paper gives an explicit method for computing the resultant of any sparse unmixed bivariate system with given support. We construct square matrices whose determinant is exactly the resultant. The matrices constructed are of hybrid Sylvester and Bézout type. The results extend those in [14] by gi ..."
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] by giving a complete combinatorial description of the matrix. Previous work by D’Andrea [5] gave pure Sylvester type matrices (in any dimension). In the bivariate case, D’Andrea and Emiris [7] constructed hybrid matrices with one Bézout row. These matrices are only guaranteed to have determinant some
Classification of bivariate configurations with simple Lagrange Interpolation Formulae
, 2002
"... In 1977 Chung and Yao introduced a geometric characterization in multivariate interpolation in order to identify distributions of points such that the Lagrange functions are products of real polynomials of first degree. We discuss and describe completely all these configurations up to degree 4 in ..."
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in the bivariate case. The number of lines containing more nodes than the degree is used for classifying these configurations.
A Bivariate Distribution with Conditional Gamma and its Multivariate Form
"... A bivariate distribution whose marginal are gamma and beta prime distribution is introduced. The distribution is derived and the generation of such bivariate sample is shown. Extension of the results are given in the multivariate case under a joint independent component analysis method. Simulated ap ..."
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A bivariate distribution whose marginal are gamma and beta prime distribution is introduced. The distribution is derived and the generation of such bivariate sample is shown. Extension of the results are given in the multivariate case under a joint independent component analysis method. Simulated
On Bivariate Ideal Projectors and their Perturbations
"... In this paper we present a complete description of ideal projectors from the space of bivariate polynomials F[x; y] onto its subspace F<n[x; y] of polynomials of degree less than n. Several applications are given. In particular, we study small perturbations of ideal projectors as well as the lim ..."
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In this paper we present a complete description of ideal projectors from the space of bivariate polynomials F[x; y] onto its subspace F<n[x; y] of polynomials of degree less than n. Several applications are given. In particular, we study small perturbations of ideal projectors as well
Oriented Bivariant Theories, I
, 2007
"... In 1981 W. Fulton and R. MacPherson introduced the notion of bivariant theory (BT), which is a sophisticated unification of covariant theories and contravariant theories. This is for the study of singular spaces. In 2001 M. Levine and F. Morel introduced the notion of algebraic cobordism, which is ..."
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is a universal oriented Borel–Moore functor with products (OBMF) of geometric type, in an attempt to understand better V. Voevodsky’s (higher) algebraic cobordism. In this paper we introduce a notion of oriented bivariant theory (OBT), a special case of which is nothing but the oriented Borel
Generalized Bivariate Fibonacci Polynomials
, 2004
"... We define generalized bivariate polynomials, from which specifying initial conditions the bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas polynomials are obtained. Using essentially a matrix approach we derive identities and inequalities that in most cases generalize known results. ..."
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We define generalized bivariate polynomials, from which specifying initial conditions the bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas polynomials are obtained. Using essentially a matrix approach we derive identities and inequalities that in most cases generalize known results.
BIVARIANT HOPF CYCLIC COHOMOLOGY
, 2006
"... For module algebras and module coalgebras over an arbitrary bialgebra, we define two types of bivariant cyclic cohomology groups called bivariant Hopf cyclic cohomology and bivariant equivariant cyclic cohomology. These groups are defined through an extension of Connes ’ cyclic category Λ. We show t ..."
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that, in the case of module coalgebras, bivariant Hopf cyclic cohomology specializes to Hopf cyclic cohomology of Connes and Moscovici and its dual version by fixing either one of the variables as the ground field. We also prove an appropriate version of Morita invariance for both of these theories.
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