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Development and testing of a general amber force field
 J. Compt. Chem
, 2004
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Molecular biology and pathogenicity of mycoplasmas
, 1998
"... This article cites 454 articles, 231 of which can be accessed ..."
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LydiaMai HoDac et MariePaule PéryWoodley
"... ANNODIS: une ressource pour l’identification de systèmes de marqueurs du discours ..."
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ANNODIS: une ressource pour l’identification de systèmes de marqueurs du discours
LydiaMai HoDac et MariePaule PéryWoodley
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ANNODIS: une ressource pour l’identification de systèmes de marqueurs du discours
Surface Reflection: Physical and Geometrical Perspectives
 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
, 1991
"... Machine vision can greatly benefit from the development of accurate reflectance models. There are two approaches to the study of reflection: physical and geometrical optics. While geometrical models may be consumed as mere approximations to physical models, they possess simpler mathematical forms th ..."
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Machine vision can greatly benefit from the development of accurate reflectance models. There are two approaches to the study of reflection: physical and geometrical optics. While geometrical models may be consumed as mere approximations to physical models, they possess simpler mathematical forms that often render them more usable than physical models. However, geometrical models are applicable only when the wavelength of incident light is small compared to the dimensions of the surface imperfections. Therefore, it is incorrect to use these models to interpret or predict reflections from smooth surfaces, and only physical models are capable of describing the underlying reflection mechanism.
Lectures on 2D YangMills Theory, Equivariant Cohomology and Topological Field Theories
, 1996
"... These are expository lectures reviewing (1) recent developments in twodimensional YangMills theory and (2) the construction of topological field theory Lagrangians. Topological field theory is discussed from the point of view of infinitedimensional differential geometry. We emphasize the unifying ..."
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These are expository lectures reviewing (1) recent developments in twodimensional YangMills theory and (2) the construction of topological field theory Lagrangians. Topological field theory is discussed from the point of view of infinitedimensional differential geometry. We emphasize the unifying role of equivariant cohomology both as the underlying principle in the formulation of BRST transformation laws and as a central concept in the geometrical interpretation of topological field theory path integrals.
2000. “State of the practice of intrusion detection technologies.” Carnegie Mellon University. Software Engineering Institute. CMU/ SEI99TR028 ESCTR99028 www.sei.cmu.edu/publications/documents/99.reports/99tr028/99tr028title.html Ananth, Dr. K.P. 20
 on Homeland Security, the Subcommittee on Economic Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Cybersecurity and the Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness, Science, and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives. Media Packet. October 18
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Liouville Theory Revisited
, 2001
"... This paper focuses on the understanding of Liouville theory on a (spacetime) cylinder with circumference 27r, timecoordinate t and (periodic) spacecoordinate a as a two dimensional quantum field theory in its own right. (Semi)classically the theory is defined by the action 2 1 2 (1) S = dt/d( ..."
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This paper focuses on the understanding of Liouville theory on a (spacetime) cylinder with circumference 27r, timecoordinate t and (periodic) spacecoordinate a as a two dimensional quantum field theory in its own right. (Semi)classically the theory is defined by the action 2 1 2 (1) S = dt/d(l((O) (0) 2) /ce)
The Earth Observing System Microwave Limb Sounder
 EOS MLS) on the Aura satellite, IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens
, 2006
"... ), cloud ice, temperature, and geopotential height to improve our understanding of stratospheric ozone chemistry, the interaction of composition and climate, and pollution in the upper troposphere. All measurements are made simultaneously and continuously, during both day and night. The instrument ..."
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), cloud ice, temperature, and geopotential height to improve our understanding of stratospheric ozone chemistry, the interaction of composition and climate, and pollution in the upper troposphere. All measurements are made simultaneously and continuously, during both day and night. The instrument uses heterodyne radiometers that observe thermal emission from the atmospheric limb in broad spectral regions centered near 118, 190, 240, and 640 GHz, and 2.5 THz. It was launched July 15, 2004 on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Aura satellite and started fullup science operations on August 13, 2004. An atmospheric limb scan and radiometric calibration for all bands are performed routinely every 25 s. Vertical profiles are retrieved every 165 km along the suborbital track, covering 82 S to 82 N latitudes on each orbit. Instrument performance to date has been excellent; data have been made publicly available; and initial science results have been obtained. Index Terms—Microwave, remote sensing, stratosphere, submillimeter wave. I.
Combinatorial Commutative Algebra
, 2004
"... The last decade has seen a number of exciting developments at the intersection of commutative algebra with combinatorics. New methods have evolved out of an influx of ideas from such diverse areas as polyhedral geometry, theoretical physics, representation theory, homological algebra, symplectic geo ..."
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The last decade has seen a number of exciting developments at the intersection of commutative algebra with combinatorics. New methods have evolved out of an influx of ideas from such diverse areas as polyhedral geometry, theoretical physics, representation theory, homological algebra, symplectic geometry, graph theory, integer programming, symbolic computation, and statistics. The purpose of this volume is to provide a selfcontained introduction to some of the resulting combinatorial techniques for dealing with polynomial rings, semigroup rings, and determinantal rings. Our exposition mainly concerns combinatorially defined ideals and their quotients, with a focus on numerical invariants and resolutions, especially under gradings more refined than the standard integer grading. This project started at the COCOA summer school in Torino, Italy, in June 1999. The eight lectures on monomial ideals given there by Bernd Sturmfels were later written up by Ezra Miller and David Perkinson and published in [MP01]. We felt it would be nice to add more material and
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