Results 1  10
of
403
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 ..."
Abstract

Cited by 215 (5 self)
 Add to MetaCart
classic problem in the area of human learning and memory. According to the traditional view, ideas (events, items) exist separately in memory but are somehow connected or related (see, e.g., Anderson & Bower, 1973). The labeled paths of current network models are an elaboration of these simple
and Alexander Verde
"... In the context of surrogatebased optimization, most designers have still very little guidance on when to stop considering optimum estimates are seldom available. Hence, cycles are typically stopped when resources run out (e.g., number of objective function evaluations/time) or convergence is percei ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
In the context of surrogatebased optimization, most designers have still very little guidance on when to stop considering optimum estimates are seldom available. Hence, cycles are typically stopped when resources run out (e.g., number of objective function evaluations/time) or convergence
RAMOSOLIVEIRA(a)
"... Potential of CO2 lasers (10.6 µm) associated with fluorides in inhibiting human enamel erosion Abstract: This in vitro study aimed to investigate the potential of CO2 lasers associated with different fluoride agents in inhibiting enamel erosion. Human enamel samples were randomly divided into 9 grou ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
groups (n = 12): G1eroded enamel; G2APF gel; G3AmF/NaF gel; G4AmF/SnF2 solution; G5CO2 laser (λ = 10.6 µm)+APF gel; G6CO2 laser+AmF/NaF gel; G7CO2laser+AmF/SnF2solution; G8CO2 laser; and G9sound enamel. The CO2 laser parameters were: 0.45 J/cm2; 6 μs; and 128 Hz. After surface treatment
Coarse Alexander duality and duality groups
 JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
, 1999
"... We study discrete group actions on coarse Poincare duality spaces, e.g. acyclic simplicial complexes which admit free cocompact group actions by Poincare duality groups. When G is an (n − 1) dimensional duality group and X is a coarse Poincare duality space of formal dimension n, then a free simplic ..."
Abstract

Cited by 22 (4 self)
 Add to MetaCart
, then G contains surface subgroups; if in addition X is simply connected, then we obtain a partial generalization of the Scott/Shalen compact core theorem to the setting of coarse P D(3) spaces. In the process we develop coarse topological language and a formulation of coarse Alexander duality which
An isomorphism theorem for Alexander biquandles
, 2007
"... We show that two Alexander biquandles M and M ′ are isomorphic iff there is an isomorphism of Z[s ±1, t ±1]modules h: (1 − st)M → (1 − st)M ′ and a bijection g: Os(A) → Os(A ′ ) between the sorbits of sets of coset representatives of M/(1 − st)M and M ′ /(1 − st)M ′ respectively satisfying certai ..."
Abstract

Cited by 4 (3 self)
 Add to MetaCart
We show that two Alexander biquandles M and M ′ are isomorphic iff there is an isomorphism of Z[s ±1, t ±1]modules h: (1 − st)M → (1 − st)M ′ and a bijection g: Os(A) → Os(A ′ ) between the sorbits of sets of coset representatives of M/(1 − st)M and M ′ /(1 − st)M ′ respectively satisfying
J.F. TéllezZenteno () • G. GarcíaRamos ()
"... Demographic, clinical and comorbidity data in a large sample of 1147 patients with migraine in Mexico City ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Demographic, clinical and comorbidity data in a large sample of 1147 patients with migraine in Mexico City
Classification of finite Alexander biquandles
, 2006
"... We show that two finite Alexander biquandles M and M ′ are isomorphic iff there is an isomorphism of Z[s ±1, t ±1]modules h: (1 − st)M → (1 − st)M ′ and a bijection g: Os(A) → Os(A ′ ) between the sorbits of sets of coset representatives of M/(1 −st)M and M ′ /(1 −st)M ′ respectively satisfying ce ..."
Abstract

Cited by 1 (1 self)
 Add to MetaCart
We show that two finite Alexander biquandles M and M ′ are isomorphic iff there is an isomorphism of Z[s ±1, t ±1]modules h: (1 − st)M → (1 − st)M ′ and a bijection g: Os(A) → Os(A ′ ) between the sorbits of sets of coset representatives of M/(1 −st)M and M ′ /(1 −st)M ′ respectively satisfying
Review of the ShockleyRamo theorem and its application in semiconductor gammaray detectors
, 2001
"... The Shockley–Ramo theorem is reviewed based on the conservation of energy. This review shows how the energy is transferred from the bias supplies to the moving charge within a device. In addition, the discussion extends the original theorem to include cases in which a constant magnetic field is pres ..."
Abstract

Cited by 34 (4 self)
 Add to MetaCart
The Shockley–Ramo theorem is reviewed based on the conservation of energy. This review shows how the energy is transferred from the bias supplies to the moving charge within a device. In addition, the discussion extends the original theorem to include cases in which a constant magnetic field
FriedrichAlexanderUniversity ErlangenNuremberg
, 2009
"... Microfinance and markets: New results for the BesleyCoate group lending model Lutz G. Arnold (corresponding author) ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Microfinance and markets: New results for the BesleyCoate group lending model Lutz G. Arnold (corresponding author)
A new property of the Alexander polynomial
, 2006
"... Alexander introduced his link invariant by a state model in 1928. We consider a slightly different state model for links in the solid torus (e.g. knots in the complement of their meridian). The result is a link invariant which coincides with a one variable specialisation of a 2variable Alexander po ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Alexander introduced his link invariant by a state model in 1928. We consider a slightly different state model for links in the solid torus (e.g. knots in the complement of their meridian). The result is a link invariant which coincides with a one variable specialisation of a 2variable Alexander
Results 1  10
of
403