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Exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis: Understanding concepts and applications
, 2004
"... provides a concise (162 pages of text) and basic overview of two disciplines of assessing structure: exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). As Thompson explains, the book was written ‘‘to strike a happy medium between accuracy and completeness versus overwhelming ..."
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provides a concise (162 pages of text) and basic overview of two disciplines of assessing structure: exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). As Thompson explains, the book was written ‘‘to strike a happy medium between accuracy and completeness versus over
and Jérémie Bigot
"... The objective of this paper is to contribute to the methodology available for extracting and analyzing signal content from protein mass spectrometry data. Data from MALDITOF or SELDITOF spectra require considerable signal preprocessing such as noise removal and baseline level error correction. Af ..."
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matching, Psplines smoothing, mean integrated square error, functional analysis of variance.
A crossfirm analysis of the impact of corporate governance on the East Asian financial crisis
, 2001
"... In a sample of 398 firms from Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand, firmlevel differences in variables related to corporate governance had a strong impact on firm performance during the East Asian financial crisis of 1997 to 1998. Significantly better stock price performance is ..."
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expropriation of minority shareholders if legal protection is inadequate. JEL classification: G15; G32; G34 Keywords: Financial crises; Corporate governance; Disclosure; Ownership structure; Diversification I am grateful to Simon Johnson, Sendhil Mullainathan, David Scharfstein, and Jeremy Stein for advice
« Jeremy Bentham on PowerConferring Laws »
"... Directeur de la rédaction: J.P. Cléro Rédacteur en chef: A. BrunonErnst Rédacteur en chef adjoint: M. BozzoRey Responsables de rubrique Entretien: E. de Champs ..."
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Directeur de la rédaction: J.P. Cléro Rédacteur en chef: A. BrunonErnst Rédacteur en chef adjoint: M. BozzoRey Responsables de rubrique Entretien: E. de Champs
The groups of Richard Thompson and complexity
 International Conference on Semigroups and Groups in honor of the 65th birthday of Prof
, 2004
"... We prove new results about the remarkable infinite simple groups introduced by Richard Thompson in the 1960s. We define the groups as partial transformation groups and we give a faithful representation in the Cuntz C ⋆algebra. For the finitely presented simple group Tfin we show that the wordlengt ..."
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We prove new results about the remarkable infinite simple groups introduced by Richard Thompson in the 1960s. We define the groups as partial transformation groups and we give a faithful representation in the Cuntz C ⋆algebra. For the finitely presented simple group Tfin we show that the word
Longitude (°) Physics: Thompson microphysics,
, 2004
"... Shallow clouds are poorly predicted by 4. Implementation in WRF •The CuP scheme was implemented in the WRF simulation domain. 45 current global and regional scale models. A new parameterization has been develstandard KainFritsch scheme (Kain and ..."
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Shallow clouds are poorly predicted by 4. Implementation in WRF •The CuP scheme was implemented in the WRF simulation domain. 45 current global and regional scale models. A new parameterization has been develstandard KainFritsch scheme (Kain and
Review: Knowledge in an Uncertain World by Jeremy Fantl and Matthew McGrath
"... David Lewis reminded us that fallibilism is ‘mad’, but the lesser of two evils when considering the infallibilist alternative (1996). Knowledge in an Uncertain World (KUW) tries to temper this madness by providing a systematic account of when knowledge can fall short of infallibility, one that allow ..."
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that allows pragmatic considerations to encroach into our epistemology. Fantl and McGrath’s pragmatic fallibilism states that knowing that p is compatible with an epistemic probability of being wrong, provided it is ‘idle’, i.e. it does not change the extent to which one can employ the proposition in one’s
Metrics and embeddings of generalizations of Thompson’s group
 F. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. The distance from the origin in the word metric for generalizations F(p) of Thompson’s group F is quasiisometric to the number of carets in the reduced rooted tree diagrams representing the elements of F(p). This interpretation of the metric is used to prove that every F(p) admits a quasi ..."
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Abstract. The distance from the origin in the word metric for generalizations F(p) of Thompson’s group F is quasiisometric to the number of carets in the reduced rooted tree diagrams representing the elements of F(p). This interpretation of the metric is used to prove that every F(p) admits a
Monoid generalizations of the Richard Thompson groups
 Mathematics ArXiv: math.GR/0704.0189
, 2007
"... The groups Gk,1 of Richard Thompson and Graham Higman can be generalized in a natural way to monoids, that we call Mk,1, and to inverse monoids, called Invk,1; this is done by simply generalizing bijections to partial functions or partial injective functions. The monoids Mk,1 have connections with c ..."
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. They are finitely generated, and their word problem over any finite generating set is in P. Their word problem is coNPcomplete over certain infinite generating sets. 1 ThompsonHigman monoids Since their introduction by Richard J. Thompson in the mid 1960s [25, 22, 26], the Thompson groups have had a great impact
AKSHAY ON SHIMURA VARIETIES NOTES/ERRORS BY JEREMY BOOHER AND SAM LICHTENSTEIN
"... 1.1. Shimura varieties are like a brightly colored toy. The motivation for their study comes from considering moduli spaces of Hodge structures. Let X be a smooth, complex, projective variety of dimension n. The lattice Λ = H n (X, Z)/torsion (the singular cohomology in middle degree) carries extra ..."
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structures beyond that of a free abelian group, in virtue of the fact that X is a complex variety. (1) It has a pure Hodge structure of weight n: in other words, ΛC = Λ ⊗Z C has an action of the algebraic Rgroup C × ; equivalently, ΛC decomposes as a direct sum ΛC = ⊕ p+q=n satisfying Λpq = Λqp, where z ∈ C
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