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Computing person and firm effects using linked longitudinal employeremployee data,” Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau,
, 2002
"... Abstract In this paper we provide the exact formulas for the direct least squares estimation of statistical models that include both person and firm effects. We also provide an algorithm for determining the estimable functions of the person and firm effects (the identifiable effects). The computati ..."
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in the explanation of log real compensation; however, the correlation between person and firm effects is negative, not weakly positive, in the exact solution. We also provide guidance for using the methods developed in earlier work to obtain an accurate approximation. Introduction Two related articles Abowd
On the complexity of computing minimum energy consumption broadcast subgraphs
 in Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science
, 2001
"... Abstract. We consider the problem of computing an optimal range assignment in a wireless network which allows a specified source station to perform a broadcast operation. In particular, we consider this problem as a special case of the following more general combinatorial optimization problem, calle ..."
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is not approximable within a constant factor (unless P=NP). We then consider the restriction of MECBS to wireless networks and we prove several positive and negative results, depending on the geometric space dimension and on the distancepower gradient. The main result is a polynomialtime approximation algorithm
Testing Cosmological Models with Negative Pressure
, 2001
"... There is now strong evidence that the main contribution to the cosmic energy density is not due to matter, but to another component with negative pressure. Its nature is still unknown: it could be the vacuum energy, manifesting itself as a positive cosmological constant with w ≡ P/ρc 2 = −1 (ΛCDM mo ..."
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There is now strong evidence that the main contribution to the cosmic energy density is not due to matter, but to another component with negative pressure. Its nature is still unknown: it could be the vacuum energy, manifesting itself as a positive cosmological constant with w ≡ P/ρc 2 = −1 (ΛCDM
UNSTEADY FLOW OF A DUSTY FLUID BETWEEN TWO OSCILLATING PLATES UNDER VARYING CONSTANT PRESSURE GRADIENT
"... Abstract. The problem of flow of a viscous incompressible embedded fluid with dust particles between two oscillating parallel plates is discussed using differential geometry techniques. The analysis applies to flows with plates oscillating in their own planes and the influence of constant pressure g ..."
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Abstract. The problem of flow of a viscous incompressible embedded fluid with dust particles between two oscillating parallel plates is discussed using differential geometry techniques. The analysis applies to flows with plates oscillating in their own planes and the influence of constant pressure
ConstantPressure Measurement of SteamWater Relative Permeability
, 2001
"... A series of steadystate experiments have established relative permeability curves for twophase flow of water in a porous medium. These experiments have minimized uncertainty in pressure, heat loss, and saturation. By attempting to maintain a constant pressure gradient, the experiments have provide ..."
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A series of steadystate experiments have established relative permeability curves for twophase flow of water in a porous medium. These experiments have minimized uncertainty in pressure, heat loss, and saturation. By attempting to maintain a constant pressure gradient, the experiments have
ConstantPressure Measurement of Steam Water Relative Permeability
, 2001
"... A series of steadystate experiments have established relative permeability curves for twophase flow of water in a porous medium. These experiments have minimized uncertainty in pressure, heat loss, and saturation. By attempting to maintain a constant pressure gradient, the experiments have provide ..."
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A series of steadystate experiments have established relative permeability curves for twophase flow of water in a porous medium. These experiments have minimized uncertainty in pressure, heat loss, and saturation. By attempting to maintain a constant pressure gradient, the experiments have
Average Pressure Gradient of Swirling Flow Motion of a Viscoelastic Fluid in a Circular Straight Tube with Constant Radius
, 2009
"... Motived by the aim of modelling the behavior of swirling flow motion, we present a 1D hierarchical model for an RivlinEricksen fluid with complexity n = 2 flowing in a circular straight tube with constant radius. Integrating the equation of conservation of linear momentum over the tube crosssectio ..."
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the equation for the wall shear stress and the relationship between average pressure gradient, volume flow rate and swirling scalar function over a finite section of the tube. Also, we obtain the corresponding partial differential equation for the swirling scalar function.
UNSTEADY MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC FLOW OF A DUSTY FLUID BETWEEN TWO OSCILLATING PLATES UNDER VARYING CONSTANT PRESSURE GRADIENT
"... Abstract. In this paper we have studied the unsteady flow of an electrically conducting viscous, incompressible dusty fluid flowing between two oscillating plates. The fluid is acted upon by a constant magnetic field perpendicular to the plates. Exact velocities of fluid and dust particles are deriv ..."
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Abstract. In this paper we have studied the unsteady flow of an electrically conducting viscous, incompressible dusty fluid flowing between two oscillating plates. The fluid is acted upon by a constant magnetic field perpendicular to the plates. Exact velocities of fluid and dust particles
Twodimensional Coulomb systems on a surface of constant negative curvature
 J. Stat. Phys
, 1998
"... We study the equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical twodimensional Coulomb systems living on a pseudosphere (an infinite surface of constant negative curvature). The Coulomb potential created by one point charge exists and goes to zero at infinity. The pressure can be expanded as a series i ..."
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We study the equilibrium statistical mechanics of classical twodimensional Coulomb systems living on a pseudosphere (an infinite surface of constant negative curvature). The Coulomb potential created by one point charge exists and goes to zero at infinity. The pressure can be expanded as a series
Laminar Boundary Layer Flow and Heat Transfer with Favorable Pressure Gradient at Constant K Values
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