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Categorical Fixed Point Calculus
, 1995
"... A number of latticetheoretic fixed point rules are generalised to category theory and applied to the construction of isomorphisms between list structures. 1 Introduction Category theoreticians view a preordered set as a particular sort of category in which there is at most one arrow between any pa ..."
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, it is our view that for the purposes of advancing programming methodology category theory may profitably be regarded as "coherently constructive lattice theory 1 ". That is to say, arrows between objects of a category may be seen as "witnesses" to a preordering between the objects
lattice
, 2009
"... We consider a twodimensional springmass lattice with square symmetry in which each particle experiences a nonlinear onsite potential and nonlinear nearestneighbour interactions. At equilibrium, the particles are equally spaced in both the horizontal and vertical directions and all springs are une ..."
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We consider a twodimensional springmass lattice with square symmetry in which each particle experiences a nonlinear onsite potential and nonlinear nearestneighbour interactions. At equilibrium, the particles are equally spaced in both the horizontal and vertical directions and all springs
Measuring the Degree of Internationalization of a Firm
 Journal of International Business Studies
, 1994
"... Abstract. In spite of both positivistic and instrumental research, the reliability of measuring the degree of internationalization of a firm remains speculative. We collected data on nine attributes of seventyfour American manufacturing MNCs. Alpha, factor, and frequency analyses revealed a linear ..."
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combination of five variables with a reliability coefficient of.79 as a measure of the degree of internationalization of a firm. We discuss the statistical and conceptual properties of the scale and their implications for content and construct validity. The validation of theories of international business has
Coherent lattice QCD
, 2006
"... We discuss a proposal for the construction of lattice QCD with gauge action, fermionic action, θ–term, and the operators all based on the lattice Dirac operator D with exact chiral symmetry. The simplest regularization of this type uses the proposition that the classical limit of scalar gauge densit ..."
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We discuss a proposal for the construction of lattice QCD with gauge action, fermionic action, θ–term, and the operators all based on the lattice Dirac operator D with exact chiral symmetry. The simplest regularization of this type uses the proposition that the classical limit of scalar gauge
Applications Of Coding Theory To The Construction Of Modular Lattices
 J. Combin. Theory A
, 1997
"... We study selfdual codes over certain finite rings which are quotients of quadratic imaginary fields or of totally definite quaternion fields over Q. A natural weight taking two different non zero values is defined over these rings ; using invariant theory, we give a basis for the space of invariant ..."
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of invariants to which belongs the three variables weight enumerator of a selfdual code. A general bound for the weight of such codes is derived. We construct a number of extremal selfdual codes, which are the codes reaching this bound, and derive some extremal lattices of level l = 2; 3; 7 and minimum 4; 6
Inference during reading
 Psychological Review
, 1992
"... Most current theories of text processing assume a constructionist view of inference processing. In this article, an alternative view is proposed, labeled the minimalist hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, the only inferences that are encoded automatically during reading are those that are base ..."
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Most current theories of text processing assume a constructionist view of inference processing. In this article, an alternative view is proposed, labeled the minimalist hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, the only inferences that are encoded automatically during reading are those
Universal SpaceTime Coding
 IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory
, 2003
"... A universal framework is developed for constructing fullrate and fulldiversity coherent spacetime codes for systems with arbitrary numbers of transmit and receive antennas. The proposed framework combines spacetime layering concepts with algebraic component codes optimized for singleinputsi ..."
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likelihood (ML) decoding using algorithms from lattice theory. Combining the design framework with the Cayley transform allows to construct full diversity differential and noncoherent spacetime codes. The proposed framework subsumes many of the existing codes in the literature, extends naturally to time
Conformal field theories, representations and lattice constructions
 Comm. Math. Phys
, 1996
"... An account is given of the structure and representations of chiral bosonic meromorphic conformal field theories (CFT’s), and, in particular, the conditions under which such a CFT may be extended by a representation to form a new theory. This general approach is illustrated by considering the untwist ..."
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the untwisted and Z2twisted theories, H(Λ) and ˜ H(Λ) respectively, which may be constructed from a suitable even Euclidean lattice Λ. Similarly, one may construct lattices ΛC and ˜ ΛC by analogous constructions from a doublyeven binary code C. In the case when C is selfdual, the corresponding lattices
Rational surfaces associated with affine root systems and geometry of the Painlevé equations
, 1999
"... We present a geometric approach to the theory of Painlev'e equations based on rational surfaces. Our starting point is a compact smooth rational surface X which has a unique anticanonical divisor D of canonical type. We classify all such surfaces X. To each X, there corresponds a root subsyste ..."
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We present a geometric approach to the theory of Painlev'e equations based on rational surfaces. Our starting point is a compact smooth rational surface X which has a unique anticanonical divisor D of canonical type. We classify all such surfaces X. To each X, there corresponds a root
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