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"... • Typically we do risk assessments by looking at mean changes in populations – Assume small risk, large population exposed – Sometimes enough cases to worry about – No one at high risk • If there is a lot of heterogeneity in response that may not be sufficient • Some populations may have risks that ..."
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• Typically we do risk assessments by looking at mean changes in populations – Assume small risk, large population exposed – Sometimes enough cases to worry about – No one at high risk • If there is a lot of heterogeneity in response that may not be sufficient • Some populations may have risks that are high and warrant attention But this assumes • Susceptibility is independent of baseline risk and independent of exposure Bind et al, EHP 2015
Absolute valued algebras with an involution.
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, 1988
"... Abstract. Let A be an absolute valued algebra with involution, in the sense of ..."
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Abstract. Let A be an absolute valued algebra with involution, in the sense of
Absolute Value Programming
, 2006
"... We investigate equations, inequalities and mathematical programs involving absolute values of variables such as the equation Ax + Bx = b, where A and B are arbitrary m × n real matrices. We show that this absolute value equation is NPhard to solve, and that solving it solves the general linear ..."
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We investigate equations, inequalities and mathematical programs involving absolute values of variables such as the equation Ax + Bx = b, where A and B are arbitrary m × n real matrices. We show that this absolute value equation is NPhard to solve, and that solving it solves the general linear
The Absolute Value of Functions
"... . A realvalued function f defined on a topological space is called absolutely polynomial if its absolute value can be written as a polynomial in f with continuous coefficients. One motivation for studying such functions comes from the theory of rings of continuous functions. While many real functio ..."
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. A realvalued function f defined on a topological space is called absolutely polynomial if its absolute value can be written as a polynomial in f with continuous coefficients. One motivation for studying such functions comes from the theory of rings of continuous functions. While many real
Fourdimensional absolute valued algebras
"... An absolute valued algebra is a real algebra, endowed with a multiplicative norm. A classical result of Albert (1947) states that every finite dimensional absolute valued algebra has dimension 1, 2, 4, or 8. The absolute valued algebras of dimension 1 or 2 are well understood, and those of dimension ..."
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An absolute valued algebra is a real algebra, endowed with a multiplicative norm. A classical result of Albert (1947) states that every finite dimensional absolute valued algebra has dimension 1, 2, 4, or 8. The absolute valued algebras of dimension 1 or 2 are well understood, and those
Linear Absolute Value Relation Analysis
, 2011
"... Linear relation analysis (polyhedral analysis), devoted to discovering linear invariant relations among variables of a program, remains one of the most powerful abstract interpretations but is subject to convexity limitations. Absolute value enjoys piecewise linear expressiveness and thus natively ..."
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Linear relation analysis (polyhedral analysis), devoted to discovering linear invariant relations among variables of a program, remains one of the most powerful abstract interpretations but is subject to convexity limitations. Absolute value enjoys piecewise linear expressiveness and thus natively
ON MINIMA OF THE ABSOLUTE VALUE OF CERTAIN RANDOM EXPONENTIAL SUMS
"... On the minima of the absolute value of certain random exponential sums ..."
Adjoints, absolute values and polar decompositions
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"... Abstract. Various questions about adjoints, absolute values and polar decompositions of operators are addressed from a constructive point of view. The focus is on bilinear forms. Conditions are given for the existence of an adjoint, and a general notion of a polar decomposition is developed. The Rie ..."
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Abstract. Various questions about adjoints, absolute values and polar decompositions of operators are addressed from a constructive point of view. The focus is on bilinear forms. Conditions are given for the existence of an adjoint, and a general notion of a polar decomposition is developed
COUNTING PERRON NUMBERS BY ABSOLUTE VALUE
"... Abstract. We count various classes of algebraic integers of fixed degree by their largest absolute value. The classes of integers considered include all algebraic integers, Perron numbers, totally real integers, and totally complex integers. We give qualitative and quantitative results concerning t ..."
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Abstract. We count various classes of algebraic integers of fixed degree by their largest absolute value. The classes of integers considered include all algebraic integers, Perron numbers, totally real integers, and totally complex integers. We give qualitative and quantitative results concerning
On the absolute value of the airfluorescence yield
"... The absolute value of the airfluorescence yield is a key parameter for the energy reconstruction of extensive air showers registered by fluorescence telescopes. In previous publications, we reported a detailed Monte Carlo simulation of the airfluorescence generation that allowed the theoretical ..."
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The absolute value of the airfluorescence yield is a key parameter for the energy reconstruction of extensive air showers registered by fluorescence telescopes. In previous publications, we reported a detailed Monte Carlo simulation of the airfluorescence generation that allowed the theoretical
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