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Genetic Algorithms Are NOT Function Optimizers
, 1992
"... Genetic Algorithms (GAs) have received a great deal of attention egarding their potential as optimization techniques for complex unctions. The level of interest and success in this area has led to a umber of improvements to GAbased function optimizers and a good eal of progress in characterizing th ..."
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Genetic Algorithms (GAs) have received a great deal of attention egarding their potential as optimization techniques for complex unctions. The level of interest and success in this area has led to a umber of improvements to GAbased function optimizers and a good eal of progress in characterizing
Numerical Investigation of Separated Solitary Waves Solution for KDV Equation through Finite Element Technique
"... The Present manuscript reports the solution of well known non linear wave mechanics problem called KDV equation, here main emphasis is given on the Mathematical modeling of traveling waves and their solutions in the form of Kortewegde Vries equation (KdV) It is a nonlinear Partial Differential Equa ..."
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The Present manuscript reports the solution of well known non linear wave mechanics problem called KDV equation, here main emphasis is given on the Mathematical modeling of traveling waves and their solutions in the form of Kortewegde Vries equation (KdV) It is a nonlinear Partial Differential Equation (PDE) of third order which arises in a number of physical applications such as water waves, elastic rods, plasma physics etc. We present numerical solution of the above equation using Bspline FEM (Finite Element Method) approach. The ultimate goal of the paper is to solve the above problem using numerical simulation in which the accuracy of computed solutions is examined by making comparison with analytical solutions, which are found to be in good agreement with each other along with that we discussed the physical interpolation of the soliton study in which we found that the travel waves reaches to the maximum magnitude of the velocity in the short time of the interval and there is an uncertainty in the motion of the moving waves. Another important observation we found that the maximum magnitude of the velocity in the most of the time domain is around 1 but in some of the condition waves having a unnatural phenomena which is called the existence of the doubly soliton is seemed frequently. All above observation which is clearly indication of the generic outcome of a weakly nonlinear longwave asymptotic analysis of many physical systems. The another achievement of the work is to implementation of the cubic Bspline FEM in the above non linear propagating waves phenomena.
The Shared DataObject Model as a Paradigm for Programming Distributed Systems
, 1989
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Presented at 30th IEEE Conf. on
, 1991
"... This paper the problem of visual backing of a target that moves in with motion. The is mounted on the the roboticmanipulator. Weuse simple adaptive controllersin with a robotic for tracking. Our scheme does not need of the target's relative depth with respect to the camera frame In addition ..."
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In addition, the relative motion of the with respect to the is measured by using a technique flow. Experimental and simulation are to show the efficacy of the approach. Adaptive Corrdation, Cartesian Controller, Optical Flow, Visual Visual 1.
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"... Despite the strength or the simple efficient markets hypothesis, it is still only a theory, and any theory can be refuted with appropriate evidence. It may be that techniques capable or finding such evidence have not yet been applied. Furthermore, the theory is realistically mitigated by bounded rat ..."
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Despite the strength or the simple efficient markets hypothesis, it is still only a theory, and any theory can be refuted with appropriate evidence. It may be that techniques capable or finding such evidence have not yet been applied. Furthermore, the theory is realistically mitigated by bounded
Solid Sampling Electrothermal Vaporization Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry for the Determination of Arsenic in Standard Reference Materials of Plant Origin Published in Celebration of the 10th Anniversary
"... The direct determination of As in solid samples of plant origin using electrothermal vaporization inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ETVICPMS) is reported. The first phase of the work consisted of an optimization of the carrier gas flow rate and the heating cycle of the modified graphit ..."
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that these liquid spikes were previously dried before the solid sample was introduced into the sample boat. The potential of the technique was assessed by establishing figures of merit and analysing some standard reference materials for As. An absolute limit of detection of approximately 1 pg was established for As
On the efficient markets hypothesis
 Econometrica
, 1983
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Geanakoplos for noticing an error in a previous draft.
The economics of library size: A preliminary inquiry
 Library Trend,y
, 1979
"... quantity of material in its collection, (2) by its circulation, (3) by the size of the population it serves, (4) by the amount of material added to its collection over time, (5) by the size of its staff, or (6)by the area of its physical facility. Obviously, this list is not exhaustive. Regardless o ..."
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quantity of material in its collection, (2) by its circulation, (3) by the size of the population it serves, (4) by the amount of material added to its collection over time, (5) by the size of its staff, or (6)by the area of its physical facility. Obviously, this list is not exhaustive. Regardless of the measure one uses, a basic question facing an administrator is how large a particular library should become. This paper examines that issue primarily from the standpoint of economics. It explores the relationship between the size of a library and the total cost of operating it in an effort to reach an initial understanding of the economic implications of variations in library size. This analysis will not deal with the question of quality differences between libraries, simply because there are no generally accepted measures of qua1ity.l Attempts have been made to suggest how the maximum or ideal size of a library is established. Gore, for example, delineates three approaches: (1) the “Alexandria ” idea, wherein one acquires everything and keeps it forever; (2) the “philosophical ” answer, which holds that only items necessary to meet the objectives of the library are retained; and (3) the “scientific” approach, in which formulae are developed to determine the “correct ” size of i! collection or (Examples of the last approach may be found in the work of Clapp and Jordan, McInnis, and Douglass.s) Buckland and Hindle elaborate on Gore’s second strategy by suggesting that one’s objectives do, in fact, influence size and that these objectives in
SEVENTH CONFERENCE ON SATELLITE METEOROLOGY ANDOCEANOGRAPHY b
"... research papers related to the atmospheres of the earth and other planets with emphasis on the quantitative and deductive aspects of the physics and dynamics of atmospheric processes and phenomena. $350.00 JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY (ISSN 08948763) Vol. 33,1994. Monthly. Original papers and cri ..."
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papers concerned with weather analysis and forecasting (nonoperational); observed and modeled circulations including techniques development and verification studies, and seasonalannual weather summaries, $295.00 JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC TECHNOLOGY (ISSN 07390572) Vol. 11,1994.
Transcellular biosynthesis of sulfidopeptide leukotriene during receptormediated stimulation of human neutrophil/platelet mixtures
 Blood
, 1990
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