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AFNI: software for analysis and visualization of functional magnetic resonance neuroimages
 Computers and Biomedical Research
, 1996
"... email rwcoxmcwedu A package of computer programs for analysis and visualization of threedimensional human brain functional magnetic resonance imaging FMRI results is described The software can color overlay neural activation maps onto higher resolution anatomical scans Slices in each cardinal pl ..."
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email rwcoxmcwedu A package of computer programs for analysis and visualization of threedimensional human brain functional magnetic resonance imaging FMRI results is described The software can color overlay neural activation maps onto higher resolution anatomical scans Slices in each cardinal
Cardinal Refinable Functions on Plane
, 1995
"... In this paper, the construction and regularity of cardinal refinable functions on plane are considered. AMS Subject Classification:42C15. 1 Current address: Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 778433368, USA 2 The author is partially supported by National Sci ..."
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In this paper, the construction and regularity of cardinal refinable functions on plane are considered. AMS Subject Classification:42C15. 1 Current address: Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 778433368, USA 2 The author is partially supported by National
CARDINAL FUNCTIONS AND INTEGRAL FUNCTIONS
, 2012
"... This paper presents the correspondences of the eccentric mathematics of cardinal and integral functions and centric mathematics, or ordinary mathematics. Centric functions will also be presented in the introductory section, because they are, although widely used in undulatory physics, little known. ..."
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This paper presents the correspondences of the eccentric mathematics of cardinal and integral functions and centric mathematics, or ordinary mathematics. Centric functions will also be presented in the introductory section, because they are, although widely used in undulatory physics, little known
Approximation Algorithms for Knapsack Problems with Cardinality Constraints
 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH
, 1998
"... We address a variant of the classical knapsack problem in which an upper bound is imposed on the number of items that can be selected. This problem arises in the solution of reallife cutting stock problems by column generation, and may be used to separate cover inequalities with small support withi ..."
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within cutting plane approaches to integer linear programs. We focus our attention on approximation algorithms for the problem, describing a linearstorage Polynomial Time Approximation Scheme (PTAS) and a dynamicprogramming based Fully Polynomial Time Approximation Scheme (FPTAS). The main ideas
Cardinality Cuts: New Cutting Planes for 01 Programming
"... We present new valid inequalities that work in similar ways to well known cover inequalities. The differences exist in three aspects. First difference is in the generation of the inequalities. The method used in generation of the new cuts is more practical in contrast to classical cover inequaliti ..."
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We present new valid inequalities that work in similar ways to well known cover inequalities. The differences exist in three aspects. First difference is in the generation of the inequalities. The method used in generation of the new cuts is more practical in contrast to classical cover inequalities. Second difference is the more general applicability, i.e., being useful for problems like TSP. The third aspect is superior efficiency as indicated by our preliminary experiments.
Cutting Plane Algorithms for 01 Programming Based on Cardinality Cuts
, 2008
"... We present new valid inequalities for 01 programming problems that work in similar ways to well known cover inequalities. Discussion and analysis of these cuts is followed by their revision and use in integer programming as a new generation of cuts that excludes not only portions of polyhedra cont ..."
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We present new valid inequalities for 01 programming problems that work in similar ways to well known cover inequalities. Discussion and analysis of these cuts is followed by their revision and use in integer programming as a new generation of cuts that excludes not only portions of polyhedra containing noninteger points, also parts with some integer points that have been explored in search of an optimal solution. Our computational experimentations demonstrate that this new approach has significant potential for solving large scale integer programming problems.
Reasoning with cardinal directions: An efficient algorithm
 Proceedings of the TwentyThird AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI08
, 2008
"... Direction relations between extended spatial objects are important commonsense knowledge. Recently, Goyal and Egenhofer proposed a formal model, called Cardinal Direction Calculus (CDC), for representing direction relations between connected plane regions. CDC is perhaps the most expressive qualit ..."
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Direction relations between extended spatial objects are important commonsense knowledge. Recently, Goyal and Egenhofer proposed a formal model, called Cardinal Direction Calculus (CDC), for representing direction relations between connected plane regions. CDC is perhaps the most expressive
Analysis of Cardinal Point Survey Data
, 2000
"... A leastsquares model has been tted to the data from a survey of retrospheres attached to \cardinal point" nodes of the GBT feedarm and box structure and to the elevation bearings. The LS t includes gravitational deections from the asbuilt niteelement model of the GBT. The azimuth zero point ..."
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A leastsquares model has been tted to the data from a survey of retrospheres attached to \cardinal point" nodes of the GBT feedarm and box structure and to the elevation bearings. The LS t includes gravitational deections from the asbuilt niteelement model of the GBT. The azimuth zero point
Threedimensional MRI atlas of the human cerebellum in proportional stereotaxic space. NeuroImage 10
, 1999
"... We have prepared an atlas of the human cerebellum using highresolution magnetic resonancederived images warped into the proportional stereotaxic space of Talairach and Tournoux. Software that permits simultaneous visualization of the three cardinal planes facilitated the identification of the cere ..."
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We have prepared an atlas of the human cerebellum using highresolution magnetic resonancederived images warped into the proportional stereotaxic space of Talairach and Tournoux. Software that permits simultaneous visualization of the three cardinal planes facilitated the identification
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