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Advanced Spectral Methods for Climatic Time Series
, 2001
"... The analysis of uni or multivariate time series provides crucial information to describe, understand, and predict climatic variability. The discovery and implementation of a number of novel methods for extracting useful information from time series has recently revitalized this classical eld of ..."
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The analysis of uni or multivariate time series provides crucial information to describe, understand, and predict climatic variability. The discovery and implementation of a number of novel methods for extracting useful information from time series has recently revitalized this classical eld
Asymmetric suppression outside the classical receptive � eld of the visual cortex
 J. Neurosci
, 1999
"... Areas beyond the classical receptive field (CRF) can modulate responses of the majority of cells in the primary visual cortex of the cat (Walker et al., 1999). Although general characteristics of this phenomenon have been reported previously, little is known about the detailed spatial organization o ..."
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Areas beyond the classical receptive field (CRF) can modulate responses of the majority of cells in the primary visual cortex of the cat (Walker et al., 1999). Although general characteristics of this phenomenon have been reported previously, little is known about the detailed spatial organization
Learning multilabel scene classification
, 2004
"... In classic pattern recognition problems, classes are mutually exclusive by definition. Classification errors occur when the classes overlap in the feature space. We examine a different situation, occurring when the classes are, by definition, not mutually exclusive. Such problems arise in semantic s ..."
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In classic pattern recognition problems, classes are mutually exclusive by definition. Classification errors occur when the classes overlap in the feature space. We examine a different situation, occurring when the classes are, by definition, not mutually exclusive. Such problems arise in semantic
The BasRelief Ambiguity
 IN THE PROCEEDINGS OF CVPR97.
, 1997
"... Since antiquity, artisans have created attened forms, often called "basreliefs," which give an exaggerated perception of depth when viewed from a particular vantage point. This paper presents an explanation of this phenomena, showing that the ambiguity in determining the relief of an obje ..."
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(illumination cone) is invariant over generalized basrelief transformations. When = =0(e.g. a classical basrelief sculpture), we show that the set of possible motion elds are also identical. Thus, neither small unknown motions nor changes of illumination can resolve the basrelief ambiguity. Implications
Quantum Information Processing with Nonclassical Light
, 2003
"... The main purpose of this dissertation is to suggest and investigate various schemes for quantum information processing utilising nonclassical light. We de ne a qubit basis with coherent states and develop quantum information processing schemes based on it. Teleportation via a mixed entangled cohe ..."
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of mixed entangled coherent states are found to distil highly entangled coherent states even in a noisy environment. We briefly discuss how to generate cat states which are used as qubits in our suggestions. A scheme to simulate quantum random walks with classical elds is suggested using linear optical
Contact Lie algebras of vector elds on the plane
, 1999
"... The paper is devoted to the complete classication of all real Lie algebras of contact vector elds on the rst jet space of onedimensional submanifolds in the plane. This completes Sophus Lie’s classication of all possible Lie algebras of contact symmetries for ordinary dierential equations. As a mai ..."
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The paper is devoted to the complete classication of all real Lie algebras of contact vector elds on the rst jet space of onedimensional submanifolds in the plane. This completes Sophus Lie’s classication of all possible Lie algebras of contact symmetries for ordinary dierential equations. As a
Finite Geometries and Their Automorphisms  Classical Groups
, 1999
"... Introduction We start with linear algebra (on vector spaces) and use it to obtain results in geometry (on projective spaces). The main references for Classical Groups are Dieudonne ([6], [7]), Taylor ([15]) and Dickson ([5]), though I have used Taylor more than others. We begin with a vector space ..."
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Introduction We start with linear algebra (on vector spaces) and use it to obtain results in geometry (on projective spaces). The main references for Classical Groups are Dieudonne ([6], [7]), Taylor ([15]) and Dickson ([5]), though I have used Taylor more than others. We begin with a vector
OF THE CLASSICAL CHARACTERISTICS METHOD
"... on occasion of his 90years Birthday with compliments and gratitude to his great talent and impact to modern nonlinear analysis and mathematical physics. Abstract. The CartanMonge geometric approach to the characteristics method for HamiltonJacobi type equations and nonlinear partial dierential eq ..."
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equations of higher orders is analyzed. The Hamiltonian structure of characteristic vector elds related with nonlinear partial dierential equations of rst order is analyzed, the tensor elds of special structure are constructed for dening characteristic vector elds naturally related with nonlinear partial
The structure of ionizing electron trajectories for hydrogen in parallel elds
"... Classical trajectories of an electron escaping from a hydrogen atom in parallel electric and magnetic elds exhibit strikingly diverse and complex behavior. We study the qualitative structure of these trajectories. Specically, we present a symbolic algorithm that allows one to compute the number of ..."
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Classical trajectories of an electron escaping from a hydrogen atom in parallel electric and magnetic elds exhibit strikingly diverse and complex behavior. We study the qualitative structure of these trajectories. Specically, we present a symbolic algorithm that allows one to compute the number
fast Fourier transformation for dipolar "elds
, 2000
"... For the investigations of thermally activated magnetization reversal in systems of classical magnetic moments numerical methods are desirable. We present numerical studies which base on time quanti"ed Monte Carlo methods where the longrange dipole}dipole interaction is calculated with the aid ..."
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For the investigations of thermally activated magnetization reversal in systems of classical magnetic moments numerical methods are desirable. We present numerical studies which base on time quanti"ed Monte Carlo methods where the longrange dipole}dipole interaction is calculated with the aid
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