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"... on the ideal behavior of mixed micelles and the appropriate application of regular solution theory ..."
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on the ideal behavior of mixed micelles and the appropriate application of regular solution theory
Fast Marching Methods
 SIAM Review
, 1998
"... Fast Marching Methods are numerical schemes for computing solutions to the nonlinear Eikonal equation and related static HamiltonJacobi equations. Based on entropysatisfying upwind schemes and fast sorting techniques, they yield consistent, accurate, and highly efficient algorithms. They are opti ..."
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Fast Marching Methods are numerical schemes for computing solutions to the nonlinear Eikonal equation and related static HamiltonJacobi equations. Based on entropysatisfying upwind schemes and fast sorting techniques, they yield consistent, accurate, and highly efficient algorithms
Entropy in the RST model
 Phys. Rev. D
, 1995
"... The RST Model is given boundary term and Zfield so that it is wellposed and local. The Euclidean method is described for general theory and used to calculate the RST intrinsic entropy. The evolution of this entropy for the shockwave solutions is found and obeys a second law. 1 ..."
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The RST Model is given boundary term and Zfield so that it is wellposed and local. The Euclidean method is described for general theory and used to calculate the RST intrinsic entropy. The evolution of this entropy for the shockwave solutions is found and obeys a second law. 1
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"... No problem is ever permanently closed. The editor is always pleased to consider for publication new solutions or new insightsonpastproblems. 1492. [1989: 297; 1991: 50] Proposed by G.Tsintsifas, Thessaloniki, Greece. Let A 0 B 0 C 0 be a triangle inscribed in a triangle ABC, so that A 0 2 BC, B 0 2 ..."
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No problem is ever permanently closed. The editor is always pleased to consider for publication new solutions or new insightsonpastproblems. 1492. [1989: 297; 1991: 50] Proposed by G.Tsintsifas, Thessaloniki, Greece. Let A 0 B 0 C 0 be a triangle inscribed in a triangle ABC, so that A 0 2 BC, B 0 2
Coalitions Among Computationally Bounded Agents
 Artificial Intelligence
, 1997
"... This paper analyzes coalitions among selfinterested agents that need to solve combinatorial optimization problems to operate e ciently in the world. By colluding (coordinating their actions by solving a joint optimization problem) the agents can sometimes save costs compared to operating individua ..."
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individually. A model of bounded rationality is adopted where computation resources are costly. It is not worthwhile solving the problems optimally: solution quality is decisiontheoretically traded o against computation cost. A normative, application and protocolindependent theory of coalitions among
Storytelling Ontology Model using RST
"... Storytelling applications are increasingly being used and researched due to the fact that they are capable of conveying information and experience to users in a more natural and familiar way for them. The range of developed applications increases as we realize new ways to present content as stories ..."
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need to focus the solution on the manner the content is organized and conveyed to the user. We present our proposal for a generic storytelling ontology model based on the organization of events using the relations proposed by the Rhetorical Structure Theory (RST) and how narrative principles
A new look at the RST model
, 1996
"... The RST model is augmented by the addition of a scalar field and a boundary term so that it is wellposed and local. Expressing the RST action in terms of the ADM formulation, the constraint structure can be analysed completely. It is shown that from the view point of local field theories, there exi ..."
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solution of the RST model has two independent parameters (P,M), whereas for the classical CGHS model there is only one, can be explained. With the advent of the model proposed by Callan, Giddings, Harvey and
Solution of the rst order fuzzy differential equations with generalized differentiability
 JOURNAL OF LINEAR AND TOPOLOGICAL ALGEBRA
, 2014
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Learning and Making Decisions When Costs and Probabilities are Both Unknown
 In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
, 2001
"... In many machine learning domains, misclassication costs are dierent for dierent examples, in the same way that class membership probabilities are exampledependent. In these domains, both costs and probabilities are unknown for test examples, so both cost estimators and probability estimators must be ..."
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be learned. This paper rst discusses how to make optimal decisions given cost and probability estimates, and then presents decision tree learning methods for obtaining wellcalibrated probability estimates. The paper then explains how to obtain unbiased estimators for exampledependent costs, taking
A DoubleLoop Algorithm to Minimize the Bethe and Kikuchi Free Energies
 NEURAL COMPUTATION
, 2001
"... Recent work (Yedidia, Freeman, Weiss [22]) has shown that stable points of belief propagation (BP) algorithms [12] for graphs with loops correspond to extrema of the Bethe free energy [3]. These BP algorithms have been used to obtain good solutions to problems for which alternative algorithms fail t ..."
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Recent work (Yedidia, Freeman, Weiss [22]) has shown that stable points of belief propagation (BP) algorithms [12] for graphs with loops correspond to extrema of the Bethe free energy [3]. These BP algorithms have been used to obtain good solutions to problems for which alternative algorithms fail
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