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Dynamics of an expanding circular fault
 Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am
, 1976
"... We study a plane circular model of a frictional fault using numerical methods. The model is dynamic since we specify the effective stress at the fault. In one model we assume that the fault appears instantaneously in the medium; in another, that the rupture nucleates at the center and that rupture p ..."
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We study a plane circular model of a frictional fault using numerical methods. The model is dynamic since we specify the effective stress at the fault. In one model we assume that the fault appears instantaneously in the medium; in another, that the rupture nucleates at the center and that rupture
Perception and action: Alternative views
 Synthese 2001
"... ABSTRACT. A traditional view of perception and action makes two assumptions: that the causal flow between perception and action is primarily linear or oneway, and that they are merely instrumentally related to each other, so that each is a means to the other. Either or both of these assumptions can ..."
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as instrumentally interdependent. It is argued here that a better alternative is to reject both assumptions, resulting in a twolevel interdependence view in which perception and action codepend on dynamically circular subpersonal relations and as a result may be more than merely instrumentally interdependent
Proper complex random processes with applications to information theory
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, 1993
"... Abstract The “covariance ” of complex random variables and processes, when defined consistently with the corresponding notion for real random variables, is shown to be determined by the usual (complex) covariance together with a quantity called the pseudocovariance. A characterization of uncorrela ..."
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mean. The notion of circular stutionarity is introduced. For the class of proper complex random processes, a discrete Fourier transform correspondence is derived relating circular stationarity in the time domain to uncorrelatedness in the frequency domain. As an application of the theory, the capacity of a
Rotating circular strings, and infinite nonuniqueness of black rings
 JHEP 0403
, 2004
"... We present new selfgravitating solutions in five dimensions that describe circular strings, i.e., rings, electrically coupled to a twoform potential (as e.g., fundamental strings do), or to a dual magnetic oneform. The rings are prevented from collapsing by rotation, and they create a field analo ..."
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We present new selfgravitating solutions in five dimensions that describe circular strings, i.e., rings, electrically coupled to a twoform potential (as e.g., fundamental strings do), or to a dual magnetic oneform. The rings are prevented from collapsing by rotation, and they create a field
An exact prediction of N = 4 SUSYM theory for string theory
 J. Math. Phys
, 2001
"... We show that the expectation value of a circular BPSWilson loop in N = 4 SUSYM can be calculated exactly, to all orders in a 1/N expansion and to all orders in g 2 N. Using the AdS/CFT duality, this result yields a prediction of the value of the string amplitude with a circular boundary to all orde ..."
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We show that the expectation value of a circular BPSWilson loop in N = 4 SUSYM can be calculated exactly, to all orders in a 1/N expansion and to all orders in g 2 N. Using the AdS/CFT duality, this result yields a prediction of the value of the string amplitude with a circular boundary to all
'FEELTRACE': An Instrument For Recording Perceived Emotion In Real Time
, 2000
"... FEELTRACE is an instrument developed to let observers track the emotional content of a stimulus as they perceive it over time, allowing the emotional dynamics of speech episodes to be examined. It is based on activationevaluation space, a representation derived from psychology. The activation dimen ..."
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dimension measures how dynamic the emotional state is; the evaluation dimension is a global measure of the positive or negative feeling associated with the state. Research suggests that the space is naturally circular, i.e. states which are at the limit of emotional intensity define a circle, with alert
Fredholm Determinants, Differential Equations and Matrix Models
 COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
, 1994
"... Orthogonal polynomial random matrix models of N x N hermitian matrices lead to Fredholm determinants of integral operators with kernel of the form (φ(x)φ(y) — ψ(x)φ(y))/x — y. This paper is concerned with the Fredholm determinants of integral operators having kernel of this form and where the und ..."
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as φ and φ satisfy a certain type of differentiation formula. The (φ, φ) pairs for the sine, Airy, and Bessel kernels satisfy such relations, as do the pairs which arise in the finite N Hermite, Laguerre and Jacobi ensembles and in matrix models of 2D quantum gravity. Therefore we shall be able
List Homomorphisms and Circular Arc Graphs
 Combinatorica
, 1999
"... List homomorphisms generalize list colourings in the following way: Given graphs G; H , and lists L(v) ` V (H); v 2 V (G), a list homomorphism of G to H with respect to the lists L is a mapping f : V (G) ! V (H) such that uv 2 E(G) implies f(u)f(v) 2 E(H), and f(v) 2 L(v) for all v 2 V (G). The l ..."
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in which every vertex has a loop), the problem is polynomial time solvable if H is an interval graph, and is NPcomplete otherwise. Here we consider graphs H without loops, and find that the problem is closely related to circular arc graphs. We show that the list homomorphism problem is polynomial time
Epipolar Geometry from Profiles under Circular Motion
 IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
, 2001
"... This paper addresses the problem of motion estimation from profiles (also known as apparent contours) of an object rotating on a turntable in front of a sin gle camera. Its main contribution is the development of a practical and accurate technique for solving this problem from profiles alone, wh ..."
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of revolution swept out by the rotating object are exploited to obtain the image of the rotation axis and the homography relating epipolar lines in 2 views, in a robust and elegant way. These, together with ge ometric constraints for images of rotating objects, are then used to obtain first *Corresponding
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