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, 2008
"... Rough outlines of the project a) (Expanding a remark by S. Lang – [1]). Define K0 = Q. Inductively, for n ≥ 1, define Kn as the algebraic closure of the field generated over Kn−1 by the numbers e x, where x ranges over Kn−1. Let Ω+ be the union of Kn, n ≥ 0. Show that the numbers are algebraically i ..."
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Rough outlines of the project a) (Expanding a remark by S. Lang – [1]). Define K0 = Q. Inductively, for n ≥ 1, define Kn as the algebraic closure of the field generated over Kn−1 by the numbers e x, where x ranges over Kn−1. Let Ω+ be the union of Kn, n ≥ 0. Show that the numbers are algebraically independent over Ω+.
Optimal designs for the EMAX, Optimal designs for the EMAX, Optimal designs for the EMAX, Optimal designs for the EMAX, log log log log linear and exponential linear and exponential linear and exponential linear and exponential model model model model
"... Abstract In this paper we derive locally Dand ED p optimal designs for the exponential, loglinear and three parameter EMAXmodel. We show that for each model the locally Dand ED p optimal designs are supported at the same set of points, while the corresponding weights are dierent. This indicat ..."
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Abstract In this paper we derive locally Dand ED p optimal designs for the exponential, loglinear and three parameter EMAXmodel. We show that for each model the locally Dand ED p optimal designs are supported at the same set of points, while the corresponding weights are dierent
SALICYLIDINE3AMINO1,2,4TRIAZOLE (SCHIFF BASE) AS A PRIMARY LIGAND AND CYSTEINE AS SECONDARY LIGAND
, 2005
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, 2005
"... Although economists have long been aware of Jensen's inequality, many econometric applications have neglected an important implication of it: the standard practice of interpreting the parameters of loglinearized models estimated by ordinary least squares as elasticities can be highly misleadin ..."
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Although economists have long been aware of Jensen's inequality, many econometric applications have neglected an important implication of it: the standard practice of interpreting the parameters of loglinearized models estimated by ordinary least squares as elasticities can be highly
Logs
, 2008
"... SALSA examines system logs to derive statemachine views of the sytem’s execution, along with controlflow, dataflow models and related statistics. Exploiting SALSA’s derived views and statistics, we can effectively construct higherlevel useful analyses. We demonstrate SALSA’s approach by analyzin ..."
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SALSA examines system logs to derive statemachine views of the sytem’s execution, along with controlflow, dataflow models and related statistics. Exploiting SALSA’s derived views and statistics, we can effectively construct higherlevel useful analyses. We demonstrate SALSA’s approach
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, 2009
"... 1 OneWay Likelihood Ratio or χ 2 test Suppose we have a set of data x and two hypotheses HR and HS. We wish to know which hypothesis explains the data better. To do this, we compute the likelihood ratio P (xHR) log ..."
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1 OneWay Likelihood Ratio or χ 2 test Suppose we have a set of data x and two hypotheses HR and HS. We wish to know which hypothesis explains the data better. To do this, we compute the likelihood ratio P (xHR) log
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, 2014
"... 1 OneWay Likelihood Ratio or χ2 test Suppose we have a set of data x and two hypotheses HR and HS. We wish to know which hypothesis explains the data better. To do this, we compute the likelihood ratio log ..."
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1 OneWay Likelihood Ratio or χ2 test Suppose we have a set of data x and two hypotheses HR and HS. We wish to know which hypothesis explains the data better. To do this, we compute the likelihood ratio log
Logging
"... Population structures of six tree species in three fragments of intact seasonal deciduous forest and three fragments disturbed by logging were studied in the northeastern Goiás. Forty random 400 m2 plots were allocated in each fragment to survey plant population structures, number of stumps, cattle ..."
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Population structures of six tree species in three fragments of intact seasonal deciduous forest and three fragments disturbed by logging were studied in the northeastern Goiás. Forty random 400 m2 plots were allocated in each fragment to survey plant population structures, number of stumps, cattle
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, 2006
"... converges when z  < 1, defining the classical polylogarithm function, equal to − log(1 − z) when s = 1. In general, the behavior of these functions at z = 1 is complicated: it is known, for example, that Lis has an analytic continuation to the cut plane � − 1,∞). The fact that the ‘modified ’ ..."
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converges when z  < 1, defining the classical polylogarithm function, equal to − log(1 − z) when s = 1. In general, the behavior of these functions at z = 1 is complicated: it is known, for example, that Lis has an analytic continuation to the cut plane � − 1,∞). The fact that the ‘modified
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"... methods for metaanalysis when true study effects are nonnormally distributed: A comparison between DerSimonian–Laird and restricted maximum likelihood ..."
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methods for metaanalysis when true study effects are nonnormally distributed: A comparison between DerSimonian–Laird and restricted maximum likelihood
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