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Dempster’s rule as seen by little coloured balls
, 2012
"... Dempster’s rule is traditionally interpreted as an operator for fusing belief functions. While there are different types of belief fusion, there has been considerable confusion regarding the exact type of operation that Dempster’s rule performs. Many alternative operators for belief fusion have been ..."
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it with cumulative and averaging belief fusion. We prove, and illustrate by examples on coloured balls, that Dempster’s rule in fact represents a method for serial combination of stochastic constraints. Consequently, Dempster’s rule is not a method for cumulative fusion of belief functions under the assumption
Proximate Composition, Colour, Texture Profile of Malaysian Chicken Balls
"... Abstract: The results of the analyses of six brands of commercial chicken balls showed significant differences (p<0.05) in chemical composition, colour and texture among all samples. Most of the samples contained high moisture content (between 60.1472.81%), with protein content ranging from a lo ..."
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Abstract: The results of the analyses of six brands of commercial chicken balls showed significant differences (p<0.05) in chemical composition, colour and texture among all samples. Most of the samples contained high moisture content (between 60.1472.81%), with protein content ranging from a
balls hanging from strings
, 2010
"... Two positively charged pith balls hang from a nail at the end of equallength strings in Earth’s surface gravitational field. The problem consists in finding each of the hanging angles when the balls do not necessarily have the same mass or charge. The solution is an excellent exercise in developing ..."
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Two positively charged pith balls hang from a nail at the end of equallength strings in Earth’s surface gravitational field. The problem consists in finding each of the hanging angles when the balls do not necessarily have the same mass or charge. The solution is an excellent exercise
Effect of Balls Size and Fiber Location inside the Ball on Usher Fibers Length
"... ABSTRACT: The length of the Usher fibres is a effected by many factors particularly the fibre maturity, green ball size and the location in side the ball where the fibre was picked. The maturity of the fibres is determined by the colour of the seeds. Dark brown colour indicates that the fibre is ful ..."
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ABSTRACT: The length of the Usher fibres is a effected by many factors particularly the fibre maturity, green ball size and the location in side the ball where the fibre was picked. The maturity of the fibres is determined by the colour of the seeds. Dark brown colour indicates that the fibre
A nonuniform birthday problem with applications to discrete logarithms
, 2012
"... Abstract. We consider a generalisation of the birthday problem that arises in the analysis of algorithms for certain variants of the discrete logarithm problem in groups. More precisely, we consider sampling coloured balls and placing them in urns, such that the distribution of assigning balls to ur ..."
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Abstract. We consider a generalisation of the birthday problem that arises in the analysis of algorithms for certain variants of the discrete logarithm problem in groups. More precisely, we consider sampling coloured balls and placing them in urns, such that the distribution of assigning balls
Exchangeable Pairs of Bernoulli random variables, . . .
, 2011
"... This paper explores characterizations of Bivariate Binomial distributions of the Lancaster form with Krawtchouk polynomial eigenfunctions which are equivalent to a characterization by Eagleson (1969). Generalized Ehrenfest urns with Binomial stationary distributions have transition functions which a ..."
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are equivalent to the Lancaster distributions. There is a partial extension to dcolour ball Ehrenfest urns.
Equilibrium, selection and genetic drift in evolution
, 2007
"... This report is on a exploratory laboratory simulation of the HardyWeinberg Equilibrium using coloured balls. A basic analysis of the data is done, in which we observe the relation between the population size and allele frequency over generations. We also show the trends in selection and genetic dri ..."
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This report is on a exploratory laboratory simulation of the HardyWeinberg Equilibrium using coloured balls. A basic analysis of the data is done, in which we observe the relation between the population size and allele frequency over generations. We also show the trends in selection and genetic
Colouring random geometric graphs
"... some probability distribution ν on R d). For i � = j we join Xi and Xj by an edge if �Xi − Xj �< r(n). We study the properties of the chromatic number χn and clique number ωn of this graph as n becomes large, where we assume that r(n) → 0. We allow any choice ν that has a bounded density functio ..."
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→ 1 almost surely. If → ∞ then → almost surely, where δ is the (translational) packing density ωn ln n ωn δ of the unit ball B: = {x ∈ R d:�x�< 1} (i.e. δ is the proportion of dspace that can be filled with disjoint translates of B). If nrd ln n χn → t ∈ (0, ∞) then tends almost surely to a
Adaptive arc fitting for ball detection in robocup
 In APRS Workshop on Digital Image Analysing
, 2003
"... This paper presents an edgebased ball detection system for use in RoboCup robots. The algorithm can be economically coded for realtime operation in integer maths digital signal processing units. It allows colour dependencies in existing ball detection algorithms to be relaxed. This work is underta ..."
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This paper presents an edgebased ball detection system for use in RoboCup robots. The algorithm can be economically coded for realtime operation in integer maths digital signal processing units. It allows colour dependencies in existing ball detection algorithms to be relaxed. This work
Encapsulated ball bearings for rotary micro machines
, 2007
"... We report on the first encapsulated rotary ball bearing mechanism using silicon microfabrication and stainless steel balls. The method of capturing stainless steel balls within a silicon race to support a silicon rotor both axially and radially is developed for rotary micro machines and MEMS ball be ..."
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We report on the first encapsulated rotary ball bearing mechanism using silicon microfabrication and stainless steel balls. The method of capturing stainless steel balls within a silicon race to support a silicon rotor both axially and radially is developed for rotary micro machines and MEMS ball
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