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JEFFREYWEITSMANWITTEN INVARIANTS OF
"... Abstract. We introduce a result in [4] about JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariants of Seifert fibred manifolds. 1. Definition of JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariant We review the ChernSimons gauge theory to understand the definition of the JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariant. For the detail of the ChernS ..."
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Abstract. We introduce a result in [4] about JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariants of Seifert fibred manifolds. 1. Definition of JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariant We review the ChernSimons gauge theory to understand the definition of the JeffreyWeitsmanWitten invariant. For the detail of the Chern
Remarks by Jeffrey A. Frankel
"... What do we mean by institutions? The generality of the word cries out for a definition. But I am not going to attempt it. A narrow interpretation would consist of only specific legal bodies or procedural mechanisms. Examples include regulatory agencies, such as securities and exchange commissions, ..."
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, standardssetting bodies (e.g., for accounting), and what are sometimes called “commitment devices ” (currency boards (CBs), guarantees of central bank independence, balanced budget amendments, the Stability and Growth Pact, etc.). A broad definition would include everything about a society that is more
Regret and Jeffreys Integrals in Exp. Families
"... Let fP j 2 can g be a 1dimensional exponential family given in a canonical parameterization, dP dQ 1 Z ( ) e x; (1) where Z is the partition function Z ( ) = R exp ( x) dQx, and can: = f j Z ( ) < 1g is the canonical parameter space. We let sup = supf j 2 can g, and inf likewise. The elements o ..."
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Let fP j 2 can g be a 1dimensional exponential family given in a canonical parameterization, dP dQ 1 Z ( ) e x; (1) where Z is the partition function Z ( ) = R exp ( x) dQx, and can: = f j Z ( ) < 1g is the canonical parameter space. We let sup = supf j 2 can g, and inf likewise. The elements
National Archives of the Netherlands Jeffrey van der Hoeven,
"... Many digital preservation scenarios are based on the migration strategy, which itself is heavily tooldependent. For popular, welldefined and often open file formats – e.g., digital images, such as PNG, GIF, JPEG – a wide range of tools exist. Migration workflows become more difficult with proprieta ..."
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Many digital preservation scenarios are based on the migration strategy, which itself is heavily tooldependent. For popular, welldefined and often open file formats – e.g., digital images, such as PNG, GIF, JPEG – a wide range of tools exist. Migration workflows become more difficult
Roy F. Jeffrey, Cooperative Extension Educator
"... Land use management is the key to improving water quality. This is particularly true for nonpoint source pollution, which cannot be controlled solely with standard regulatory permitting and enforcement techniques. In many areas of the United States, land use decisions are made primarily at the local ..."
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, to municipal implementers has been given little consideration. Adding to these difficulties are the traditional problems associated with local volunteer decision makers (e.g., the limited time that most people can devote to this one issue in the course of their routine responsibilities, and the high turnover
THE SLOSS HOUSE BY JEFFREY CHICK Historic Profile
"... The architecture of Iowa State University has a curious motley character: on campus is a small Victorian house tucked away amid the shrubbery and pines. It’s huddled to the north beside a towering giant called Curtiss Hall. This small cottage has the appearance of a family dwelling, which it was at ..."
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18851888. From 189092 Louis Hermann Pammel, also a Professor of Botany, and his family used the residence. G.E. Patrick, Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, and his family moved into the house after the Pammels ’ departure and used the residence from 18931894.
JEFFREYKIRWANWITTEN LOCALIZATION FORMULA FOR REDUCTIONS AT REGULAR COADJOINT ORBITS
"... For MarsdenWeinstein reduction at the point 0 in g∗, the wellknown JeffreyKirwanWitten localization formula was proven and then by M. Vergne modified. We prove in this paper the same kind formula for the reduction at regular coadjoint orbits by using the universal orbital formula of characters ..."
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For MarsdenWeinstein reduction at the point 0 in g∗, the wellknown JeffreyKirwanWitten localization formula was proven and then by M. Vergne modified. We prove in this paper the same kind formula for the reduction at regular coadjoint orbits by using the universal orbital formula
JEFFREYKIRWANWITTEN LOCALIZATION FORMULA FOR REDUCTIONS AT REGULAR COADJOINT ORBITS
, 1998
"... Abstract. For MarsdenWeinstein reduction at the point 0 in g ∗ , the wellknown JeffreyKirwanWitten localization formula was proven and then by M. Vergne modified. We prove in this paper the same kind formula for the reduction at regular coadjoint orbits by using the universal orbital formula of ..."
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Abstract. For MarsdenWeinstein reduction at the point 0 in g ∗ , the wellknown JeffreyKirwanWitten localization formula was proven and then by M. Vergne modified. We prove in this paper the same kind formula for the reduction at regular coadjoint orbits by using the universal orbital formula
An empirical bayesian strategy for solving the simultaneous sparse approximation problem
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, 2007
"... Abstract—Given a large overcomplete dictionary of basis vectors, the goal is to simultaneously represent 1 signal vectors using coefficient expansions marked by a common sparsity profile. This generalizes the standard sparse representation problem to the case where multiple responses exist that were ..."
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that were putatively generated by the same small subset of features. Ideally, the associated sparse generating weights should be recovered, which can have physical significance in many applications (e.g., source localization). The generic solution to this problem is intractable and, therefore, approximate
Decaying States of Perturbed Wave Equations* JEFFREY RAUCH+ AND ~IICHAEL TAYLOR+
"... \Ve study the solutions of perturbed wave equations that represent free xvave motion outside some ball. When there are no trapped rays, it is shown that every solution whose total energy decays to zero must be smooth. This extends results of Rauch to the evendimensional case and to systems having m ..."
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~: the matrix xgj(t, s).$, has n real distinct eigenvalues for all 6 E W’\O. (B)!Vo trapped rays: None of the rays of geometrical optics for (a/at) G lie over a compact subset of x space (see [?I]). Under the additional hypothesis that G is elliptic, independent of time, and disspative (G + G * < 0) a
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