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Magic Conditions
, 1990
"... Much recent work has focussed on the bottomup evaluation of Datalog programs. One approach, called magicsets, is based on rewriting a logic program so that bottomup fixpoint evaluation of the program avoids generation of irrelevant facts ([BMSU86, BR87, Ram88]). It is widely believed that the prin ..."
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Much recent work has focussed on the bottomup evaluation of Datalog programs. One approach, called magicsets, is based on rewriting a logic program so that bottomup fixpoint evaluation of the program avoids generation of irrelevant facts ([BMSU86, BR87, Ram88]). It is widely believed
Vector Spaces of Magic Squares
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Linear Algebra of Magic Squares
"... A magic square M is an nbyn array of numbers whose rows, columns, and the two diagonals sum to µ called the magic sum. If all the diagonals including broken diagonals sum to µ then the magic square is said to be pandiagonal. A regular magic square satisfies the condition that. If the entries of M ..."
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A magic square M is an nbyn array of numbers whose rows, columns, and the two diagonals sum to µ called the magic sum. If all the diagonals including broken diagonals sum to µ then the magic square is said to be pandiagonal. A regular magic square satisfies the condition that. If the entries of M
SOME RESULTS ON MAGIC GRAPHS
"... distinct edges have distinct labels, and the sum of the labels of edges incident to each vertex is the same. A graph is semimagic if the labeling with positive numbers satis es the condition (ii). The suggestion to study magic graphs was given by Jir Sedlacek [4]. Some su cient conditions for existe ..."
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distinct edges have distinct labels, and the sum of the labels of edges incident to each vertex is the same. A graph is semimagic if the labeling with positive numbers satis es the condition (ii). The suggestion to study magic graphs was given by Jir Sedlacek [4]. Some su cient conditions
Magic angle chaotic precession
 Topics on Chaotic Systems, Selected Papers from CHAOS 2008 International Conference
, 2008
"... Abstract: This paper explores the properties of a precessing rotor or a coupled system of precessing rotors (gyroscopes), where a special chaotic behavior in the precession angle can be found if the change of rotor angular velocity is linearly coupled by (an)holonomy to the precession angular veloci ..."
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velocity and angle. The linear coupling provides for rolling cone paths and allows spinning up and controlling the rotor simply by forcing precession at special quantum magic precession angles. The geometric phase induced by the curved path of the rotor or external curvature and part of the coupling
Imagemagic in A Midsummer
"... This article argues that the modern world is not only produced by, and is promoting, processes of rationalization and disenchantment, but is also the site of ‘enchanting ’ influences that are genuinely ‘charming ’ or ‘magical’. Such modes of influencing rely increasingly on the power of images, and ..."
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, and on theatrelike performances of words or discourses. The impact takes place under conditions that, following Victor Turner’s work, could be called ‘liminal’, and which can be turned through ‘imagemagic ’ into a state of ‘permanent liminality’. A pathbreaking analysis of such influences can be found
on behalf of the MAGIC collaboration
, 907
"... Abstract. The MAGIC I telescope produces currently around 100TByte of raw data per year that is calibrated and reduced onsite at the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos (La Palma). Since February 2007 most of the data have been stored and further processed in the Port d’Informació Científica (P ..."
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Abstract. The MAGIC I telescope produces currently around 100TByte of raw data per year that is calibrated and reduced onsite at the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos (La Palma). Since February 2007 most of the data have been stored and further processed in the Port d’Informació Científica
Magic Vision Lab
"... Figure 1: We have ported our recent AR Xray prototype [16] to a mobile phone (a) and conducted an evaluation of its effectiveness for outdoor navigation, comparing it against standard mobile navigation applications. Participants had to complete a 900 meter route (b). Our core finding is that AR Xr ..."
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ray required significantly less context switches than other conditions. Heatmap visualizations indicate the number of context switches on the path, averaged over all participants: AR Xray (c), Northup map (d), and Viewup map (e). During the last decade, pedestrian navigation applications on mobile phones
Computational Magic and the EMC Engineer
"... Using a computer to simulate EMC phenomena is a field full of promise. In decades past, the EMC engineer had three basic methods for evaluating EM phenomenon: Maxwell’s Equations, circuit models and fieldwork. Maxwell’s Equations, solved for the boundary conditions and forcing functions at hand, ser ..."
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Using a computer to simulate EMC phenomena is a field full of promise. In decades past, the EMC engineer had three basic methods for evaluating EM phenomenon: Maxwell’s Equations, circuit models and fieldwork. Maxwell’s Equations, solved for the boundary conditions and forcing functions at hand
Magic Imagine Károly Farkas,
"... Imagine is a new generation of the Logolanguages, which combines traditional Logotechnique with an objectoriented approach, in line with today’s programming trends, providing an ideal environment for the playful method of teaching IT. At the same time, it offers a more sophisticated programming p ..."
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. First of all, we have to predefine our expectations towards our class, in terms of the properties (conditions) and events (procedures) it should possess. The class determines the behaviour of each turtle of this kind in various situations. Contrary to normal turtles, though it is invisible and it exits
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