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Detecting Features in Spatial Point Processes with . . .
, 1995
"... We consider the problem of detecting features in spatial point processes in the presence of substantial clutter. One example is the detection of mine elds using reconnaissance aircraft images that erroneously identify many objects that are not mines. Another is the detection of seismic faults on the ..."
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on the basis of earthquake catalogs: earthquakes tend to be clustered close to the faults, but there are many that are farther away. Our solution uses modelbased clustering based on a mixture model for the process, in which features are assumed to generate points according to highly linear multivariate normal
A problem for RST: The need for multMevel discourse analysis
 Computational Linguistics
, 1992
"... This paper examines only just a few, but extremely impressive examples of “successful Software Process Improvement (SPI), ” a highly controversial and much disputed field. SPI is the discipline of characterizing, defining, measuring, and improving software management and engineering processes, leadi ..."
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, leading to successful software engineering management, higher product quality, greater product innovation, faster cycle times, and lower development costs, simultaneously. The case studies, examples, information, and data examined in this paper were the result of a notion called “using powerful solutions
Sodian potassian hydroxonian metaautunite: fi rst natural occurrence of an intennediate member of a predicted solid solution series
"... Sodian potassian hydroxonian metaautunite, (NaoroKo,rr(HrO)o.,u).UOr.pO4. 3.25HrO, is a novel member of the metaautunite group. It occurs in a playa 105 km NNE of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia as void and fracture infillings in nearsurface gypsiferous muds. Mineral aggregates are bright greenish ..."
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mediate member of a predicted solid solution series with potassium, sodium and hydroxonium end members. It differs in origin from other naturallyoccurring autunite and metaautunite minerals in being a direct precipitate from groundwater, rather than an alteration product.
Iterationcomplexity of rstorder penalty methods for convex programming
, 2008
"... This paper considers a special but broad class of convex programing (CP) problems whose feasible region is a simple compact convex set intersected with the inverse image of a closed convex cone under an ane transformation. We study two rstorder penalty methods for solving the above class of problem ..."
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This paper considers a special but broad class of convex programing (CP) problems whose feasible region is a simple compact convex set intersected with the inverse image of a closed convex cone under an ane transformation. We study two rstorder penalty methods for solving the above class
Optimal Solutions for MultiUnit Combinatorial Auctions: Branch and Bound Heuristics
 In Proceedings of the Second acm Conference on Electronic Commerce
, 2000
"... Finding optimal solutions for multiunit combinatorial auctions is a hard problem and nding approximations to the optimal solution is also hard. We investigate the use of BranchandBound techniques: they require both a way to bound from above the value of the best allocation and a good criterion to ..."
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Finding optimal solutions for multiunit combinatorial auctions is a hard problem and nding approximations to the optimal solution is also hard. We investigate the use of BranchandBound techniques: they require both a way to bound from above the value of the best allocation and a good criterion
Efficient GraphBased Energy Minimization Methods In Computer Vision
, 1999
"... ms (we show that exact minimization in NPhard in these cases). These algorithms produce a local minimum in interesting large move spaces. Furthermore, one of them nds a solution within a known factor from the optimum. The algorithms are iterative and compute several graph cuts at each iteration. Th ..."
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ms (we show that exact minimization in NPhard in these cases). These algorithms produce a local minimum in interesting large move spaces. Furthermore, one of them nds a solution within a known factor from the optimum. The algorithms are iterative and compute several graph cuts at each iteration
Solution structure of paramagnetic metalloproteins*
"... Abstract: Paramagnetism causes broadening of the NMR lines and therefore makes dif®cult the detection of the constraints (NOEs and 3J) which are necessary for the determination of solution structures. The broadening is due to the fast nuclear relaxation rates, which are induced by the coupling of th ..."
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of the nucleus with the unpaired electrons. Nevertheless, an NMR methodology has been developed, allowing the detection of classical constraints. This has allowed us to solve the ®rst solution structure of a paramagnetic metalloprotein in 1994. Since then, several solution structures of paramagnetic proteins
A ®rst incursion into the 3D structure of natural convection of air in a dierentially heated cubic cavity, from accurate numerical solutions
"... Abstract Accurate solutions to the equations governing the natural convection of air in a cubic cavity, thermally driven on two vertically opposite faces, are given for Rayleigh number values up to 10 ). This clearly indicates a non monotonic evolution of the¯ow structure as Ra increases. 7 ..."
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Abstract Accurate solutions to the equations governing the natural convection of air in a cubic cavity, thermally driven on two vertically opposite faces, are given for Rayleigh number values up to 10 ). This clearly indicates a non monotonic evolution of the¯ow structure as Ra increases. 7
Numerical Solution Of The Boltzmann Equation I: Spectrally Accurate Approximation Of The Collision Operator
 SIAM J. Numer. Anal
"... . In this paper we show that the use of spectralGalerkin methods for the approximation of the Boltzmann equation in the velocity space permits to obtain spectrally accurate numerical solutions at a reduced computational cost. We prove that the spectral algorithm preserves the total mass and approxi ..."
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. In this paper we show that the use of spectralGalerkin methods for the approximation of the Boltzmann equation in the velocity space permits to obtain spectrally accurate numerical solutions at a reduced computational cost. We prove that the spectral algorithm preserves the total mass
[ SOGANGHEP 312/04  grqc/0404098] Wormhole phase in the RST model
, 2004
"... We show that the RST model describing the exactly soluble black hole model can have a dynamical wormhole solution along with an appropriate boundary condition. The necessary exotic matter which is usually negative energy density is produced by the quantization of the infalling matter fields. Then th ..."
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We show that the RST model describing the exactly soluble black hole model can have a dynamical wormhole solution along with an appropriate boundary condition. The necessary exotic matter which is usually negative energy density is produced by the quantization of the infalling matter fields
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