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Extremal properties of central halfspaces for product measures
 J. Funct. Anal
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Extremal properties of central halfspaces for product measures
Extremal Properties of Central HalfSpaces for Product Measures
, 2000
"... We deal with the isoperimetric and the shift problem for subsets of measure one half in product probability spaces. We prove that the canonical central halfspaces are extremal in particular cases: products of logconcave measures on the real line satisfying precise conditions and products of unifor ..."
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We deal with the isoperimetric and the shift problem for subsets of measure one half in product probability spaces. We prove that the canonical central halfspaces are extremal in particular cases: products of logconcave measures on the real line satisfying precise conditions and products
Building a Large Annotated Corpus of English: The Penn Treebank
 COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
, 1993
"... There is a growing consensus that significant, rapid progress can be made in both text understanding and spoken language understanding by investigating those phenomena that occur most centrally in naturally occurring unconstrained materials and by attempting to automatically extract information abou ..."
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There is a growing consensus that significant, rapid progress can be made in both text understanding and spoken language understanding by investigating those phenomena that occur most centrally in naturally occurring unconstrained materials and by attempting to automatically extract information
Metaphors We Live By
, 1980
"... 1. Make a list of some of the metaphors discussed by Lakoff and Johnson. Try inserting new words that convey a different meaning. For example, consider the expression, “I’d like to share some time with you ” rather than “spend some time with you.” 2. Make a list of “language asymmetries ” (see Part ..."
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. Others argue that the term not only leaves out half the population but also perpetuates an image of women as “auxiliary”and men as “central.”Discuss this. 4. Discuss the cultural practice of women taking men’s names when they marry. What cultural values does this practice convey? 5. Keep track of all
The central half of Pit2 is not required for its function as a retroviral receptor
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, 2004
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This article cites 44 articles, 38 of which can be accessed free
Correlationbased feature selection for machine learning
, 1998
"... A central problem in machine learning is identifying a representative set of features from which to construct a classification model for a particular task. This thesis addresses the problem of feature selection for machine learning through a correlation based approach. The central hypothesis is that ..."
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A central problem in machine learning is identifying a representative set of features from which to construct a classification model for a particular task. This thesis addresses the problem of feature selection for machine learning through a correlation based approach. The central hypothesis
Stochastic Trends and Economic Fluctuations
 American Economic Review
, 1991
"... Are business cycles mainly the result of permanent shocks to productivity? This paper uses a longrun restriction implied by a large class of realbusinesscycle modelsidentifying permanent productivity shocks as shocks to the common stochastic trend in output, consumption, and investmentto provid ..."
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typically explain less than half of the businesscycle variability in output, consumption, and investment. (JEL E32, C32) A central, surprising, and controversial result of some current research on real business cycles is the claim that a common stochastic trendthe cumulative effect of permanent shocks
Solving Systems of Polynomial Equations
 AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY, CBMS REGIONAL CONFERENCES SERIES, NO 97
, 2002
"... One of the most classical problems of mathematics is to solve systems of polynomial equations in several unknowns. Today, polynomial models are ubiquitous and widely applied across the sciences. They arise in robotics, coding theory, optimization, mathematical biology, computer vision, game theory, ..."
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, statistics, machine learning, control theory, and numerous other areas. The set of solutions to a system of polynomial equations is an algebraic variety, the basic object of algebraic geometry. The algorithmic study of algebraic varieties is the central theme of computational algebraic geometry. Exciting
On the centralizer of diffeomorphisms of the halfline
, 2008
"... Let f be a smooth diffeomorphism of the closed halfline R+ with a single fixed point at the origin. In this article, we study the centralizer of f in the group D r of C r diffeomorphisms of R+, 1 ≤ r ≤ ∞, that is, the (closed) subgroup Z r f of Dr made up of all diffeomorphisms commuting with f. Th ..."
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Let f be a smooth diffeomorphism of the closed halfline R+ with a single fixed point at the origin. In this article, we study the centralizer of f in the group D r of C r diffeomorphisms of R+, 1 ≤ r ≤ ∞, that is, the (closed) subgroup Z r f of Dr made up of all diffeomorphisms commuting with f
The HalfHalf plot∗
, 2009
"... Abstract: The HalfHalf (HH) plot is a new graphical method to investigate qualitatively the shape of a regression curve. The empirical HHplot counts observations in the lower and upper quarter of a strip that moves horizontally over the scatter plot. The plot displays jumps clearly and reveals fu ..."
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Abstract: The HalfHalf (HH) plot is a new graphical method to investigate qualitatively the shape of a regression curve. The empirical HHplot counts observations in the lower and upper quarter of a strip that moves horizontally over the scatter plot. The plot displays jumps clearly and reveals
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