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Maximum likelihood from incomplete data via the EM algorithm
 JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY, SERIES B
, 1977
"... A broadly applicable algorithm for computing maximum likelihood estimates from incomplete data is presented at various levels of generality. Theory showing the monotone behaviour of the likelihood and convergence of the algorithm is derived. Many examples are sketched, including missing value situat ..."
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situations, applications to grouped, censored or truncated data, finite mixture models, variance component estimation, hyperparameter estimation, iteratively reweighted least squares and factor analysis.
finite groups
, 2009
"... We prove a formula for the sofic entropy of expansive principal algebraic actions of residually finite groups, extending recent work of Deninger and Schmidt. ..."
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We prove a formula for the sofic entropy of expansive principal algebraic actions of residually finite groups, extending recent work of Deninger and Schmidt.
Differential calculi on finite groups
, 2000
"... A brief review of bicovariant differential calculi on finite groups is given, with some new developments on diffeomorphisms and integration. We illustrate the general theory with the example of the nonabelian finite group ..."
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A brief review of bicovariant differential calculi on finite groups is given, with some new developments on diffeomorphisms and integration. We illustrate the general theory with the example of the nonabelian finite group
Maximal subgroups of finite groups
 J. Algebra
, 1985
"... What ingredients are necessary to describe all maximal subgroups of the general analysis. finite group G? This paper is concerned with providing such an A good first reduction is to take into account the first isomorphism theorem, which tells us that the maximal subgroups containing a given normal s ..."
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What ingredients are necessary to describe all maximal subgroups of the general analysis. finite group G? This paper is concerned with providing such an A good first reduction is to take into account the first isomorphism theorem, which tells us that the maximal subgroups containing a given normal
Representations of polygons of finite groups
 Geom. Topol
, 2005
"... We construct discrete and faithful representations into Isom(H p) of the fundamental groups of acute negatively curved evensided polygons of finite groups. 1 ..."
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We construct discrete and faithful representations into Isom(H p) of the fundamental groups of acute negatively curved evensided polygons of finite groups. 1
Milgram, Cohomology of finite groups
, 1994
"... One of the main diculties in calculating or understanding the mod p cohomology of a nite group G is the fact that in many instances non{trivial cohomology classes will appear that restrict trivially on all proper subgroups. Such \essential " cohomology (denoted Ess(G)) is dicult to obtain and y ..."
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One of the main diculties in calculating or understanding the mod p cohomology of a nite group G is the fact that in many instances non{trivial cohomology classes will appear that restrict trivially on all proper subgroups. Such \essential " cohomology (denoted Ess(G)) is dicult to obtain
Gravity on finite groups
 Commun. Math. Phys
"... Gravity theories are constructed on finite groups G. A selfconsistent review of the differential calculi on finite G is given, with some new developments. The example of a bicovariant differential calculus on the nonabelian finite group S3 is treated in detail, and used to build a gravitylike fiel ..."
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Gravity theories are constructed on finite groups G. A selfconsistent review of the differential calculi on finite G is given, with some new developments. The example of a bicovariant differential calculus on the nonabelian finite group S3 is treated in detail, and used to build a gravity
Weights for finite groups
 In The Arcata Conference on Representations of Finite Groups (Arcata, Calif., 1986), Proc. Sympos. Pure
, 1987
"... Abstract. We give a description of the atoms in the Boolean algebra generated by the integral subsets of a finite group. 1 Integral Sets Suppose G is a finite group; let G be the set of characters of representations of G over the complex numbers. For any subset A ⊆ G and any χ ∈ G, let χ(A) = ∑ a∈A ..."
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Abstract. We give a description of the atoms in the Boolean algebra generated by the integral subsets of a finite group. 1 Integral Sets Suppose G is a finite group; let G be the set of characters of representations of G over the complex numbers. For any subset A ⊆ G and any χ ∈ G, let χ(A) = ∑ a
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