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IDEALIZED ATOMIC COORDINATES OF YEAST PHENYLALANINE TRANSFER RNA
, 1975
"... Abstract: The atomic coordinates are given for yeast phenylalanine transfer RNA in the orthorhombic crystal form. The structure has been refined by fitting to successively improved electron density maps at 2.7 8 resolution. The model fitting has been accomplished by using an interactive computer gra ..."
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graphics system to minimize the errors inherent in manual model building and coordinate measurements, using an optical comparator. The atomic coordinates have then been "idealized " to make bond distances, bond angles, steric conformation and nonbonded contacts close to standard values, while
Quantum Determinantal Ideals
 Duke Math. J
, 1997
"... . Quantum determinantal ideals in coordinate algebras of quantum matrices are investigated. The ideal I t generated by all (t + 1) \Theta (t + 1) quantum minors in Oq (Mm;n (k)) is shown to be a completely prime ideal, that is, Oq (Mm;n (k))=I t is an integral domain. The corresponding result is the ..."
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. Quantum determinantal ideals in coordinate algebras of quantum matrices are investigated. The ideal I t generated by all (t + 1) \Theta (t + 1) quantum minors in Oq (Mm;n (k)) is shown to be a completely prime ideal, that is, Oq (Mm;n (k))=I t is an integral domain. The corresponding result
The applicability of the Idealized Worker Idealized Manager (IW...
, 2002
"... Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica Software ENgineering A coordinationbased framework for distributed constraint solving ..."
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Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica Software ENgineering A coordinationbased framework for distributed constraint solving
Mathematical Textbook Of Deformable Neuroanatomies
, 1993
"... Mathematical techniques are presented for the transformation of digital anatomical textbooks from the ideal to the individual, allowing for the representation of the variabilities manifest in normal human anatomies. The ideal textbook is constructed on a fixed coordinate system to contain all of the ..."
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Mathematical techniques are presented for the transformation of digital anatomical textbooks from the ideal to the individual, allowing for the representation of the variabilities manifest in normal human anatomies. The ideal textbook is constructed on a fixed coordinate system to contain all
Symplectic leaves and symplectic ideals
, 2003
"... It is shown a technique finding symplectic leaves of a Poisson variety from symplectic ideals of its coordinate ring. ..."
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It is shown a technique finding symplectic leaves of a Poisson variety from symplectic ideals of its coordinate ring.
Rational secure computation and ideal mechanism design
 In Proc. 46th IEEE Symp. Foundations of Computer Science
, 2005
"... Secure Computation essentially guarantees that whatever computation n players can do with the help of a trusted party, they can also do by themselves. Fundamentally, however, this notion depends on the honesty of at least some players. We put forward and implement a stronger notion, Rational Secure ..."
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]. Given a joint computation among n players and a trusted party, Secure Computation aims at removing the trusted party without suffering any correctness or privacy loss. A bit more precisely, all prior securecomputation work— by now quite extensive — adopts the original ideal/real paradigm, illustrated
Cluster algebras III: Upper bounds and double Bruhat cells
, 2003
"... We develop a new approach to cluster algebras based on the notion of an upper cluster algebra, defined as an intersection of Laurent polynomial rings. Strengthening the Laurent phenomenon established in [6], we show that, under an assumption of “acyclicity”, a cluster algebra coincides with its “u ..."
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“upper” counterpart, and is finitely generated; in this case, we also describe its defining ideal, and construct a standard monomial basis. We prove that the coordinate ring of any double Bruhat cell in a semisimple complex Lie group is naturally isomorphic to an upper cluster algebra explicitly defined
Deconstructing multiantenna fading channels
 IEEE Trans. Sig. Proc. (special issue on spacetime coded transmission
, 2002
"... Abstract—Accurate and tractable channel modeling is critical to realizing the full potential of antenna arrays in wireless communications. Current approaches represent two extremes: idealized statistical models representing a rich scattering environment and parameterized physical models that describ ..."
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Abstract—Accurate and tractable channel modeling is critical to realizing the full potential of antenna arrays in wireless communications. Current approaches represent two extremes: idealized statistical models representing a rich scattering environment and parameterized physical models
SparseNet: Coordinate Descent with NonConvex Penalties
, 2009
"... We address the problem of sparse selection in linear models. A number of nonconvex penalties have been proposed for this purpose, along with a variety of convexrelaxation algorithms for finding good solutions. In this paper we pursue the coordinatedescent approach for optimization, and study its ..."
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We address the problem of sparse selection in linear models. A number of nonconvex penalties have been proposed for this purpose, along with a variety of convexrelaxation algorithms for finding good solutions. In this paper we pursue the coordinatedescent approach for optimization, and study its
NATURAL CURVILINEAR COORDINATES FOR IDEAL MHD EQUATIONS. SOLUTIONS WITH CONSTANT TOTAL PRESSURE
"... Equations of magnetogasdynamics in the natural curvilinear system of coordinates where trajectories and magnetic lines play a role of coordinate curves are reduced to the nonlinear vector wave equation coupled with the incompressibility condition in the form of the generalized Cauchy integral. The ..."
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Equations of magnetogasdynamics in the natural curvilinear system of coordinates where trajectories and magnetic lines play a role of coordinate curves are reduced to the nonlinear vector wave equation coupled with the incompressibility condition in the form of the generalized Cauchy integral
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