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CATH  a hierarchic classification of protein domain structures
 STRUCTURE
, 1997
"... Background: Protein evolution gives rise to families of structurally related proteins, within which sequence identities can be extremely low. As a result, structurebased classifications can be effective at identifying unanticipated relationships in known structures and in optimal cases function can ..."
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Background: Protein evolution gives rise to families of structurally related proteins, within which sequence identities can be extremely low. As a result, structurebased classifications can be effective at identifying unanticipated relationships in known structures and in optimal cases function
Extreme Case Formulations: Softeners, Investment and Doing Nonliteral
 Research on Language and Social Interaction
"... Extreme case formulations (ECFs) were identified by Pomerantz (1986) as expressions using extreme terms such as all, none, most, every, least, absolutely, completely, and so forth, whose uses are to defend or justify a description or assessment, especially in case of challenge. In this study, orie ..."
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Extreme case formulations (ECFs) were identified by Pomerantz (1986) as expressions using extreme terms such as all, none, most, every, least, absolutely, completely, and so forth, whose uses are to defend or justify a description or assessment, especially in case of challenge. In this study
Extreme case formulations in Cypriot Greek
"... This study confirms the occurrence of ECFs in complaints as identified by Edwards (2000) Pomerantz (1986), but goes one step further to analyse the sequential and interaction work accomplished with ECFs in reporting “oppositiontype stories ” (Schegloff, 1984) and in complaining about a nonpresent ..."
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present party’s misbehaviour. Oppositiontype stories report the oppositional conversation of the teller with a third nonpresent party (id.). Interestingly, in the conversational extracts examined in this study, the conversation reported is culminated with the opponent’s reported extreme claim (ECF) occupying
The Table Lens: Merging Graphical and Symbolic Representations in an Interactive Focus+Context Visualization for Tabular Information
, 1994
"... We present a new visualization, called the Table Lens, for visualizing and making sense of large tables. The visualization uses a focus context (fisheye) technique that works effectively on tabular information because it allows display of crucial label information and multiple distal focal areas. In ..."
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. In addition, a graphical mapping scheme for depicting table contents has been developed for the most widespread kind of tables, the casesbyvariables table. The Table Lens fuses symbolic and graphical representations into a single coherent view that can be fluidly adjusted by the user. This fusion
Orientation in “Featureless ” Environments: the Extreme Case of Pelagic Birds
"... During the breeding period, pelagic birds such as petrels and penguins commute between their colony and distant foraging grounds. Like migrating birds, they are able to travel large distances to reach suitable environmental conditions and/or food supplies. To accomplish their astonishing foraging ..."
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During the breeding period, pelagic birds such as petrels and penguins commute between their colony and distant foraging grounds. Like migrating birds, they are able to travel large distances to reach suitable environmental conditions and/or food supplies. To accomplish their astonishing foraging
The binary gravitational lens and its extreme cases
, 1999
"... The transition of the binary gravitational lens from the equal mass case to small (planetary) mass ratios q is studied. It is shown how the limit of a (pure shear) ChangRefsdal lens is approached, under what conditions the ChangRefsdal approximation is valid, and how the 3 different topologies of ..."
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The transition of the binary gravitational lens from the equal mass case to small (planetary) mass ratios q is studied. It is shown how the limit of a (pure shear) ChangRefsdal lens is approached, under what conditions the ChangRefsdal approximation is valid, and how the 3 different topologies
HOMOGENIZATION OF FIBER REINFORCED MICROSTRUCTURES: THE EXTREMAL CASES
"... Abstract. We analyze the asymptotic behavior of the antiplane deformations of a fragile material reinforced by a reticulated elastic structure. The microscopic geometry of this material is described by means of two “small” parameters: the size ε of the periodic grid and the ratio δ between the thick ..."
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the thickness of each of the fibers and their period of distribution. We show that this behavior depends dramatically on the relative size of the parameters. Indeed, in the two considered cases, i.e., ε ≪ δ and ε ≫ δ, we obtain two different limit models: a perfectly elastic model and an elastic model
On the Gonality of Gorenstein Reducible Curves (Extremal Cases)
, 2010
"... Let X be a reduced, connected and Gorenstein projective curve with ωX ample. Here we study when X has ωXline bundles or rank 1 “nice” sheaves F with h0(X,F) ≥ 2 and deg(F) ≤ 1, under the assumption length(T∩ X\T) ≤ 3 for every irreducible component T of X. ..."
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Let X be a reduced, connected and Gorenstein projective curve with ωX ample. Here we study when X has ωXline bundles or rank 1 “nice” sheaves F with h0(X,F) ≥ 2 and deg(F) ≤ 1, under the assumption length(T∩ X\T) ≤ 3 for every irreducible component T of X.
Concentration Of Measure And Isoperimetric Inequalities In Product Spaces
, 1995
"... The concentration of measure phenomenon in product spaces roughly states that, if a set A in a product# N of probability spaces has measure at least one half, "most" of the points of# N are "close" to A. We proceed to a systematic exploration of this phenomenon. The meaning o ..."
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common scheme of proof. Remarkably, this simple approach not only yields qualitatively optimal results, but, in many cases, captures near optimal numerical constants. A large number of applications are given, in particular to Percolation, Geometric Probability, Probability in Banach Spaces
Segmentation using eigenvectors: A unifying view
 In ICCV
, 1999
"... Automatic grouping and segmentation of images remains a challenging problem in computer vision. Recently, a number of authors have demonstrated good performance on this task using methods that are based on eigenvectors of the a nity matrix. These approaches are extremely attractive in that they are ..."
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Automatic grouping and segmentation of images remains a challenging problem in computer vision. Recently, a number of authors have demonstrated good performance on this task using methods that are based on eigenvectors of the a nity matrix. These approaches are extremely attractive
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