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Ruler
"... highspeed traffic classification and rewriting using regular expressions Abstract — We describe Ruler, a flexible language for network traffic inspection and rewriting. Ruler was designed to support anonymisation at high link rates. As anonymisation requires a tradeoff between privacy and usefulne ..."
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highspeed traffic classification and rewriting using regular expressions Abstract — We describe Ruler, a flexible language for network traffic inspection and rewriting. Ruler was designed to support anonymisation at high link rates. As anonymisation requires a tradeoff between privacy
Enumeration of golomb rulers and acyclic orientations of mixed graphs
"... Dedicated to our friend and mentor Joseph Gubeladze on the occasion of his 50 th birthday A Golomb ruler is a sequence of distinct integers (the markings of the ruler) whose pairwise differences are distinct. Golomb rulers, also known as Sidon sets and B2 sets, can be traced back to additive number ..."
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Dedicated to our friend and mentor Joseph Gubeladze on the occasion of his 50 th birthday A Golomb ruler is a sequence of distinct integers (the markings of the ruler) whose pairwise differences are distinct. Golomb rulers, also known as Sidon sets and B2 sets, can be traced back to additive number
Threedimensional plasmon rulers
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"... Plasmon rulers can be used to determine nanoscale distances within chemical or biological species. They are based on the spectral shift of the scattering spectrum when two plasmonic nanoparticles approach one another. However, the onedimensionality of current plasmon rulers hampers the comprehensiv ..."
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Plasmon rulers can be used to determine nanoscale distances within chemical or biological species. They are based on the spectral shift of the scattering spectrum when two plasmonic nanoparticles approach one another. However, the onedimensionality of current plasmon rulers hampers
Enumeration of Golomb rulers
, 2011
"... Generally a ruler is marked in equal increments, e.g., a 12 inch ruler has 12 markings, each 1 inch apart. In this paper we discuss a special type of ruler discovered by Soloman W. Golomb. We define a Golomb ruler to be a ruler of length d with n markings where the distance between any two markings ..."
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Generally a ruler is marked in equal increments, e.g., a 12 inch ruler has 12 markings, each 1 inch apart. In this paper we discuss a special type of ruler discovered by Soloman W. Golomb. We define a Golomb ruler to be a ruler of length d with n markings where the distance between any two markings
Relativity theory of clocks and rulers
, 2008
"... Special Relativity (SR) kinematics is derived from very intuitive assumptions. Contrary to standard Einstein’s derivation, no light signal is used in the construction nor it is assumed to exist. Instead we postulate the existence of two equivalence classes of physical objects: proportional clocks an ..."
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and proportional rulers. Simple considerations lead to Lorentz kinematics as one of three generic cases. The Lorentz case is characterized by the maximal relative speed of physical objects. The two others are the Galilean and the Euclidean cases. 1. Preliminaries Writing this paper was inspired by the recent
The Carpenter’s Ruler Folding Problem
"... Abstract. A carpenter’s ruler is a ruler divided into pieces of different lengths which are hinged where the pieces meet, which makes it possible to fold the ruler. The carpenter’s ruler folding problem, originally posed by Hopcroft, Joseph and Whitesides, is to determine the smallest case (or inter ..."
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Abstract. A carpenter’s ruler is a ruler divided into pieces of different lengths which are hinged where the pieces meet, which makes it possible to fold the ruler. The carpenter’s ruler folding problem, originally posed by Hopcroft, Joseph and Whitesides, is to determine the smallest case (or
Algorithmic aspects of Golomb ruler construction
, 2010
"... We consider Golomb rulers and their construction. Common rulers feature marks at every unit measure, distances can often be measured with numerous pairs of marks. On Golomb rulers, for every distance there are at most two marks measuring it. The construction of optimal—with respect to shortest lengt ..."
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We consider Golomb rulers and their construction. Common rulers feature marks at every unit measure, distances can often be measured with numerous pairs of marks. On Golomb rulers, for every distance there are at most two marks measuring it. The construction of optimal—with respect to shortest
An Updated Listing of Early Naranjo Rulers
"... Electronic version available at: www.mesoweb.com/ pari/journal/0704 The PARI Journal is made possible by a grant from ..."
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Electronic version available at: www.mesoweb.com/ pari/journal/0704 The PARI Journal is made possible by a grant from
A Molecular Ruler for Measuring Quantitative Distance Distributions
, 2008
"... We report a novel molecular ruler for measurement of distances and distance distributions with accurate external calibration. Using solution Xray scattering we determine the scattering interference between two gold nanocrystal probes attached sitespecifically to a macromolecule of interest. Fourie ..."
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We report a novel molecular ruler for measurement of distances and distance distributions with accurate external calibration. Using solution Xray scattering we determine the scattering interference between two gold nanocrystal probes attached sitespecifically to a macromolecule of interest
Gauging a Hydrocarbon Ruler by an Intrinsic Exciton Probe†
, 2006
"... ABSTRACT: The structural basis of lipid acylchain selection by membraneintrinsic enzymes is poorly understood because most integral membrane enzymes of lipid metabolism have proven refractory to structure determination; however, robust enzymes from the outer membranes of Gramnegative bacteria are ..."
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are now providing a first glimpse at the underlying mechanisms. The methylene unit resolution of the phospholipid: lipid A palmitoyltransferase PagP is determined by the hydrocarbon ruler, a 16carbon saturated acylchainbinding pocket buried within the transmembrane âbarrel structure. Substitution
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