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: Newton methods for k-order Markov Constrained Motion Problems.
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: A Dynamic Simulation-Optimization Model for Adaptive Management of Urban Water Distribution System Contamination Threats.
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: AsterixDB: A Scalable, Open Source BDMS.
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: How did the Suicide Act and Speak Differently Online? Behavioral and Linguistic Features of China's Suicide Microblog Users.
: No small nondeterministic read-once branching programs for CNFs of bounded treewidth.
: Non-Cooperativity in Bayesian Social Learning.
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: The Predictive Power of Social Media: On the Predictability of U.S. Presidential Elections using Twitter.
: Development of Tool for Mapping Conventional Circuit to Reversible Logic.
: Enumeration of Spanning Trees Using Edge Exchange with Minimal Partitioning.
: Non-Linear Pattern-Matching against Unfree Data Types with Lexical Scoping.
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: Impact of Mobile phone in the Air and Random Access Channel RACH with Time Division Multiple Access TDMA Noise in Aircraft Avionics.
: Algebraic and relational models for a system based on a poset of two elements.
John D. Jakeman
, Timothy Wildey
: Enhancing adaptive sparse grid approximations and improving refinement strategies using adjoint-based a posteriori error estimates.
, Nima Karimpour Darav
: CBM-Of-TRaCE: An Ontology-Driven Framework for the Improvement of Business Service Traceability, Consistency Management and Reusability.
: A Self-stabilizing Cellular Automata Model For Pulse-coupled Biological Oscillators.