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On the time course of perceptual choice: the leaky competing accumulator model
 PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
, 2001
"... The time course of perceptual choice is discussed in a model based on gradual and stochastic accumulation of information in nonlinear decision units with leakage (or decay of activation) and competition through lateral inhibition. In special cases, the model becomes equivalent to a classical diffus ..."
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diffusion process, but leakage and mutual inhibition work together to address several challenges to existing diffusion, randomwalk, and accumulator models. The model provides a good account of data from choice tasks using both timecontrolled (e.g., deadline or response signal) and standard reaction time
Extensional versus intuitive reasoning: The conjunction fallacy in probability judgment
 Psychological Review
, 1983
"... Perhaps the simplest and the most basic qualitative law of probability is the conjunction rule: The probability of a conjunction, P(A&B), cannot exceed the probabilities of its constituents, P(A) and.P(B), because the extension (or the possibility set) of the conjunction is included in the exten ..."
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Perhaps the simplest and the most basic qualitative law of probability is the conjunction rule: The probability of a conjunction, P(A&B), cannot exceed the probabilities of its constituents, P(A) and.P(B), because the extension (or the possibility set) of the conjunction is included
Robust Inference with Multiway Clustering
, 2006
"... In this paper we propose a new variance estimator for OLS as well as for nonlinear estimators such as logit, probit and GMM. This variance estimator enables clusterrobust inference when there is twoway or multiway clustering that is nonnested. The variance estimator extends the standard clusterr ..."
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robust variance estimator or sandwich estimator for oneway clustering (e.g. Liang and Zeger (1986), Arellano (1987)) and relies on similar relatively weak distributional assumptions. Our method is easily implemented in statistical packages, such as Stata and SAS, that already offer clusterrobust standard errors
Scalable routing strategies for ad hoc wireless networks
 IEEE JSAC
, 1999
"... In this paper, we consider a large population of mobile stations that are interconnected by a multihop wireless network. The applications of this wireless infrastructure range from ad hoc networking (e.g., collaborative, distributed computing) to disaster recovery (e.g., fire, flood, earthquake), l ..."
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), law enforcement (e.g., crowd control, searchandrescue), and military (automated battlefield). Key characteristics of this system are the large number of users, their mobility, and the need to operate without the support of a fixed (wired or wireless) infrastructure. The last feature sets this system
THE THERMODYNAMICS OF PHASE EQUILIBRIUM: FROM THE PHASE RULE TO THE SCALThG LAWS
"... ABSTRACT In recent years the author has advanced a conceptual structure based on the generalization of Gibbsian thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. The purpose of this paper is to bring this theory uptodate by harmonizing it with the recent developments in the theory of critical phenomena. ..."
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ABSTRACT In recent years the author has advanced a conceptual structure based on the generalization of Gibbsian thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. The purpose of this paper is to bring this theory uptodate by harmonizing it with the recent developments in the theory of critical phenomena.
Global and regional climate changes due to black carbon,
 Nat. Geosci.,
, 2008
"... Figure 1: Global distribution of BC sources and radiative forcing. a, BC emission strength in tons per year from a study by Bond et al. Full size image (42 KB) Review Nature Geoscience 1, 221 227 (2008 Black carbon in soot is the dominant absorber of visible solar radiation in the atmosphere. Ant ..."
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with wavelengths from nearinfrared (1 m) to ultraviolet wavelengths with a power law of one to three depending on the source 3, 25 , thus giving the brownish colour to the sky. Unlike the greenhouse effect of CO2, which leads to a positive radiative forcing of the atmosphere and at the surface 26 with moderate
Fourier’s law: A challenge to theorists
 in Mathematical Physics 2000
, 2000
"... We present a selective overview of the current state of our knowledge (more precisely of our ignorance) regarding the derivation of Fourier’s Law, J(r) = −κ∇T(r); J the heat flux, T the temperature and κ, the heat conductivity. This law is empirically well tested for both fluids and crystals, when ..."
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We present a selective overview of the current state of our knowledge (more precisely of our ignorance) regarding the derivation of Fourier’s Law, J(r) = −κ∇T(r); J the heat flux, T the temperature and κ, the heat conductivity. This law is empirically well tested for both fluids and crystals, when
Covariant Theory of Asymptotic Symmetries, Conservation Laws and Central Charges
, 2001
"... Under suitable assumptions on the boundary conditions, it is shown that there is a bijective correspondence between non trivial asymptotic reducibility parameters and non trivial asymptotically conserved n 2 forms in the context of Lagrangian gauge theories. The asymptotic reducibility parameters ar ..."
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and for the existence of a Lie algebra g among equivalence classes of asymptotic reducibility parameters are given. The representation of g in terms of the charges may be centrally extended. An explicit and covariant formula for the central charges is constructed. They are shown to be 2cocycles on the Lie algebra g
The phase transition in inhomogeneous random graphs
, 2005
"... The ‘classical’ random graph models, in particular G(n, p), are ‘homogeneous’, in the sense that the degrees (for example) tend to be concentrated around a typical value. Many graphs arising in the real world do not have this property, having, for example, powerlaw degree distributions. Thus there ..."
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The ‘classical’ random graph models, in particular G(n, p), are ‘homogeneous’, in the sense that the degrees (for example) tend to be concentrated around a typical value. Many graphs arising in the real world do not have this property, having, for example, powerlaw degree distributions. Thus
The eigenvalues of random symmetric matrices
 Combinatorica
, 1981
"... Let A:(at;) be an zxn matrix whose entries for i=j are independent random variables and ai;:aii. Suppose that every a;; is bounded and for eveÍy i>j we have Eaii:!, D2ai,:62 and Eaiiv. E. P. Wigner determined the asymptotic behavior of the eigenvalues of I (semicircle law). In particular, for a ..."
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Let A:(at;) be an zxn matrix whose entries for i=j are independent random variables and ai;:aii. Suppose that every a;; is bounded and for eveÍy i>j we have Eaii:!, D2ai,:62 and Eaiiv. E. P. Wigner determined the asymptotic behavior of the eigenvalues of I (semicircle law). In particular
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