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The Power of Two Random Choices: A Survey of Techniques and Results
 in Handbook of Randomized Computing
, 2000
"... ITo motivate this survey, we begin with a simple problem that demonstrates a powerful fundamental idea. Suppose that n balls are thrown into n bins, with each ball choosing a bin independently and uniformly at random. Then the maximum load, or the largest number of balls in any bin, is approximately ..."
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ITo motivate this survey, we begin with a simple problem that demonstrates a powerful fundamental idea. Suppose that n balls are thrown into n bins, with each ball choosing a bin independently and uniformly at random. Then the maximum load, or the largest number of balls in any bin
1, Masahiro Ito
"... Motivation: The enzyme nomenclature system, commonly known as the enzyme commission (EC) number, plays a key role in classifying and predicting enzymatic reactions. However, numerous reactions have been described in various pathways that do not have an official EC number, and the reactions are not ..."
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Motivation: The enzyme nomenclature system, commonly known as the enzyme commission (EC) number, plays a key role in classifying and predicting enzymatic reactions. However, numerous reactions have been described in various pathways that do not have an official EC number, and the reactions
Sparse deep belief net model for visual area V2
 Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20
, 2008
"... Abstract 1 Motivated in part by the hierarchical organization of the neocortex, a number of recently proposed algorithms have tried to learn hierarchical, or “deep, ” structure from unlabeled data. While several authors have formally or informally compared their algorithms to computations performed ..."
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Abstract 1 Motivated in part by the hierarchical organization of the neocortex, a number of recently proposed algorithms have tried to learn hierarchical, or “deep, ” structure from unlabeled data. While several authors have formally or informally compared their algorithms to computations performed
On Difference Equations Motivated by
, 2005
"... The analytical structure of some generalizations of the circle map is given. Also a generalization of off centre reflection is studied. The stability of ItoGlass coupled map lattice is studied. ..."
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The analytical structure of some generalizations of the circle map is given. Also a generalization of off centre reflection is studied. The stability of ItoGlass coupled map lattice is studied.
Sensitivity analysis using ItôMalliavin calculus and application to stochastic optimal control
, 2002
"... We consider a multidimensional diffusion process (X t ) 0tT whose dynamics depends on parameters . Our rst purpose is to give representation formulae of the sensitivity rJ() for the expected cost J() = E(f(X T )) as an expectation: this issue is motivated by stochastic control problems (where th ..."
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We consider a multidimensional diffusion process (X t ) 0tT whose dynamics depends on parameters . Our rst purpose is to give representation formulae of the sensitivity rJ() for the expected cost J() = E(f(X T )) as an expectation: this issue is motivated by stochastic control problems (where
Research Topic: The Sharing Economy Joichi Ito
"... I intend to specialize in corporate strategy and in particular “the sharing economy”, i.e. the role of shared knowledge and information or “the commons ” in basic research, innovation and creativity. In networked society intellectual property is often more valuable when owned by the community or “ ..."
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or “the commons ” instead of by commercial interests. I will also explore the concept that peerproduction involving individuals motivated neither by the market nor by managers represents a new form of production and resource allocation that is in many ways more efficient than that of the firm. (Benkler
Mean Practical Stability for LargeScale Itô Stochastic Systems with Markovian Switching
"... Motivated by the study of a class of largescale stochastic systems with Markovian switching, this correspondence paper is concerned with the practical stability in the pth mean. By investigating Lyapunovlike functions and the basic comparison principle, some criteria are derived for various types ..."
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Motivated by the study of a class of largescale stochastic systems with Markovian switching, this correspondence paper is concerned with the practical stability in the pth mean. By investigating Lyapunovlike functions and the basic comparison principle, some criteria are derived for various
PolynomialSpace Approximation of NoSignaling Provers Tsuyoshi Ito
, 908
"... In twoprover oneround interactive proof systems, nosignaling provers are those who are allowed to use arbitrary strategies, not limited to local operations, as long as their strategies cannot be used for communication between them. Study of multiprover interactive proof systems with nosignaling ..."
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signaling provers is motivated by study of those with provers sharing quantum states. The relation between them is that nosignaling strategies include all the strategies realizable by provers sharing arbitrary entangled quantum states, and more. This paper shows that twoprover oneround interactive proof systems
Smoothness of scale functions for spectrally negative Lévy processes
, 2006
"... Scale functions play a central role in the fluctuation theory of spectrally negative Lévy processes and often appear in the context of martingale relations. These relations are often complicated to establish requiring excursion theory in favour of Itô calculus. The reason for the latter is that stan ..."
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Scale functions play a central role in the fluctuation theory of spectrally negative Lévy processes and often appear in the context of martingale relations. These relations are often complicated to establish requiring excursion theory in favour of Itô calculus. The reason for the latter
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS in PROBABILITY ON MEAN NUMBERS OF PASSAGE TIMES IN SMALL BALLS OF DISCRETIZED ITÔ PROCESSES
, 2008
"... The aim of this note is to prove estimates on mean values of the number of times that Itô processes observed at discrete times visit small balls in Rd. Our technique, in the infinite horizon case, is inspired by Krylov’s arguments in [2, Chap.2]. In the finite horizon case, motivated by an applicat ..."
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The aim of this note is to prove estimates on mean values of the number of times that Itô processes observed at discrete times visit small balls in Rd. Our technique, in the infinite horizon case, is inspired by Krylov’s arguments in [2, Chap.2]. In the finite horizon case, motivated
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