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JS: ExpectancyValue Theory of Achievement Motivation
 Contemporary Educational Psychology
"... We discuss the expectancy–value theory of motivation, focusing on an expectancy–value model developed and researched by Eccles, Wigfield, and their colleagues. Definitions of crucial constructs in the model, including ability beliefs, expectancies for success, and the components of subjective task v ..."
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in carrying them out, and performance on them (Eccles, Wigfield, & Schiefele, 1998; Pintrich & Schunk, 1996). As discussed by Murphy and Alexander (this issue), there are a variety of constructs posited by motivation theorists to explain how motivation influences choice, persistence, and performance
Documenting Frameworks Using Patterns
, 1992
"... Abstract: The documentation for a framework must meet several requirements. These requirements can all be met by structuring the documentation as a set of patterns, sometimes called a “pattern language”. Patterns can describe the purpose of a framework, can let application programmers use a framewor ..."
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framework without having to understand in detail how it works, and can teach many of the design details embodied in the framework. This paper shows how to use patterns to document a framework, and includes a set of patterns for HotDraw as an example. Christopher Alexander, an architect, developed the idea
A theory of the storage and retrieval of item and associative information
 Psychological Review
, 1982
"... A theory for the storage and retrieval of item and associative information is presented. In the theory, items or events are represented as random vectors. Convolution is used as the storage operation, and correlation is used as the retrieval operation. A distributedmemory system is assumed; all inf ..."
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in the laboratory of W. K. Estes at Harvard, and I am grateful to Bill Estes in particular and the department in general for their generous hospitality and stimulating environment. I would also like to thank Ian Spence for several very helpful discussions in the early stages of this work, James Alexander for a
Resolutions Of StanleyReisner Rings And Alexander Duality
, 1996
"... Associated to any simplicial complex \Delta on n vertices is a squarefree monomial ideal I \Delta in the polynomial ring A = k[x 1 ; : : : ; xn ], and its quotient k[\Delta] = A=I \Delta known as the StanleyReisner ring. This note considers a simplicial complex which is in a sense a canonical ..."
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canonical Alexander dual to \Delta, previously considered in [Ba, BrHe]. Using Alexander duality and a result of Hochster computing the Betti numbers dim k Tor i (k[\Delta]; k), it is shown (Proposition 1) that these Betti numbers are computable from the homology of links of faces in \Delta
Rubtsov V., Hitchin systems, higher Gaudin operators and Rmatrices
, 1996
"... Abstract. We adapt Hitchin’s integrable systems to the case of a punctured curve. In the case of CP 1 and SLnbundles, they are equivalent to systems studied by Garnier. The corresponding quantum systems were identified by B. Feigin, E. Frenkel and N. Reshetikhin with Gaudin systems. We give a formu ..."
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Abstract. We adapt Hitchin’s integrable systems to the case of a punctured curve. In the case of CP 1 and SLnbundles, they are equivalent to systems studied by Garnier. The corresponding quantum systems were identified by B. Feigin, E. Frenkel and N. Reshetikhin with Gaudin systems. We give a
Government Ownership of Banks
 Journal of Finance
, 2001
"... We assemble data on government ownership of banks around the world. The data show that such ownership is large and pervasive, and higher in countries with low levels of per capita income, backward financial systems, interventionist and inefficient governments, and poor protection of property rights. ..."
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Science Foundation, the Dean's Research Fund at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and the Ira Katz Research Fund at the University of Michigan for financial support. This paper discusses a neglected aspect of financial systems of many countries: government ownership of banks
Representations of Knot Groups and Twisted Alexander Polynomials
, 1990
"... lot of questions open. First of all, we are not yet able to overcome the technical difficulties involved in generalizing the definition of twisted Alexander polynomials from knots to links. Without such a generalization, it seems to be very difficult to find any relation between twisted Alexander po ..."
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lot of questions open. First of all, we are not yet able to overcome the technical difficulties involved in generalizing the definition of twisted Alexander polynomials from knots to links. Without such a generalization, it seems to be very difficult to find any relation between twisted Alexander
THE COLORED JONES POLYNOMIALS AND THE SIMPLICIAL VOLUME OF A Knot
, 1999
"... We show that the set of colored Jones polynomials and the set of generalized Alexander polynomials defined by Akutsu, Deguchi and Ohtsuki intersect nontrivially. Moreover it is shown that the intersection is (at least includes) the set of Kashaev’s quantum dilogarithm invariants for links. Theref ..."
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We show that the set of colored Jones polynomials and the set of generalized Alexander polynomials defined by Akutsu, Deguchi and Ohtsuki intersect nontrivially. Moreover it is shown that the intersection is (at least includes) the set of Kashaev’s quantum dilogarithm invariants for links
On the Alexander–Hirschowitz theorem
 J. Pure Appl. Algebra
, 2008
"... The AlexanderHirschowitz theorem says that a general collection of k double points in Pn imposes independent conditions on homogeneous polynomials of degree d with a well known list of exceptions. Alexander and Hirschowitz completed its proof in 1995, solving a long standing classical problem, con ..."
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The AlexanderHirschowitz theorem says that a general collection of k double points in Pn imposes independent conditions on homogeneous polynomials of degree d with a well known list of exceptions. Alexander and Hirschowitz completed its proof in 1995, solving a long standing classical problem
THE ALEXANDER POLYNOMIAL
"... The Alexander polynomial is a well understood classical knot invariant with interesting symmetry properties and recent applications in knot Floer homology [8, 7]. There are many different ways to compute the Alexander polynomial, some involving algebraic techniques ..."
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The Alexander polynomial is a well understood classical knot invariant with interesting symmetry properties and recent applications in knot Floer homology [8, 7]. There are many different ways to compute the Alexander polynomial, some involving algebraic techniques
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