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Coil sensitivity encoding for fast MRI. In:
 Proceedings of the ISMRM 6th Annual Meeting,
, 1998
"... New theoretical and practical concepts are presented for considerably enhancing the performance of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) by means of arrays of multiple receiver coils. Sensitivity encoding (SENSE) is based on the fact that receiver sensitivity generally has an encoding effect complementa ..."
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contributions from a number of positions in the full FOV need to be separated. As depicted in The key to signal separation lies in the fact that in each singlecoil image signal superposition occurs with different weights according to local coil sensitivities. Consider one pixel in the reduced FOV
Approximating the Maximum Weight Clique Using Replicator Dynamics
, 2000
"... Given an undirected graph with weights on the vertices, the maximum weight clique problem (MWCP) is to find a subset of mutually adjacent vertices (i.e., a clique) having largest total weight. This is a generalization of the classical problem of finding the maximum cardinality clique of an unweig ..."
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recently been much interest around neural network algorithms for the unweighted maximum clique problem, no effort has been directed so far towards its weighted counterpart. In this paper, we present a parallel, distributed heuristic for approximating the MWCP based on dynamics principles developed
The optical counterpart of the double degenerate Polar RX J1914+24
, 1998
"... Abstract. Cropper et al. presented Xray observations of RX J1914+24 and claimed that the most likely interpretation of their data was that of a double degenerate Polar. Here we show the preliminary results of optical and further Xray observations. We identify the optical counterpart and show that ..."
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that no other period apart from the 569 sec period seen in Xrays is identified. Although the optical counterpart has no significant polarised flux in the I band, our ASCA spectrum (which is typical of a Polar) together with our photometric result adds weight to the conclusion that RX J1914+24 is the first
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"... Seen in the Λ + c π ± mass spectrum. The natural assignment is that this is the J P = 3/2 + excitation of the Σ c (2455), the charm counterpart of the Σ(1385), but neither J nor P has been measured. Σ c(2520) MASSES The masses are obtained from the massdifference measurements that follow. ..."
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Seen in the Λ + c π ± mass spectrum. The natural assignment is that this is the J P = 3/2 + excitation of the Σ c (2455), the charm counterpart of the Σ(1385), but neither J nor P has been measured. Σ c(2520) MASSES The masses are obtained from the massdifference measurements that follow.
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"... pi ± mass spectrum. The natural assignment is that this is the JP = 3/2+ excitation of the Σc (2455), the charm counterpart of the Σ (1385), but neither J nor P has been measured. Σc (2520) MASSES The masses are obtained from the massdifference measurements that follow. Σc(2520) ..."
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pi ± mass spectrum. The natural assignment is that this is the JP = 3/2+ excitation of the Σc (2455), the charm counterpart of the Σ (1385), but neither J nor P has been measured. Σc (2520) MASSES The masses are obtained from the massdifference measurements that follow. Σc(2520)
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"... +π − but not in Λ+c π 0 so this is indeed an excited Λ+c rather than a Σ+c. The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2−: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625) ..."
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+π − but not in Λ+c π 0 so this is indeed an excited Λ+c rather than a Σ+c. The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2−: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625)
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"... +π − but not in Λ+c π 0 so this is indeed an excited Λ+c rather than a Σ+c. The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2−: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625) ..."
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+π − but not in Λ+c π 0 so this is indeed an excited Λ+c rather than a Σ+c. The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2−: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625)
Parameterized Weighted Containment
"... Abstract. Partiallyspecified systems and specifications are used in formal methods such as stepwise design and query checking. The goal of these methods is to explore the design or refine it by examining possible completions of the missing information. Existing methods consider a setting in which t ..."
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, and C, with B being partial, the goal is to find an assignment to the missing costs in B so that we end up with B ′ for which A ≤ B ′ ≤ C, where ≤ is the weighted counterpart of containment. We also consider a onesided version of the problem, where only A or only C are given in addition to B
Weighted automata algorithms
 Handbook of Weighted Automata, chapter 6
, 2009
"... This chapter presents several fundamental algorithms for weighted automata and transducers. While the mathematical counterparts of weighted transducers, rational power series, have been extensively studied in the past [22, 54, 13, 36], several essential weighted transducer algorithms, e.g., composit ..."
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This chapter presents several fundamental algorithms for weighted automata and transducers. While the mathematical counterparts of weighted transducers, rational power series, have been extensively studied in the past [22, 54, 13, 36], several essential weighted transducer algorithms, e
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"... The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2 −: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625) + MASS massdifference measureThe mass is obtained from the Λc (2625)+–Λ + c ments below. VALUE (MeV) EVTS DOCUMENT ID TECN COMMENT 2628.11±0.19 OUR FIT Error ..."
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The spinparity has not been measured but is expected to be 3/2 −: this is presumably the charm counterpart of the strange Λ(1520). Λc(2625) + MASS massdifference measureThe mass is obtained from the Λc (2625)+–Λ + c ments below. VALUE (MeV) EVTS DOCUMENT ID TECN COMMENT 2628.11±0.19 OUR FIT
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