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A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth
 Quarterly Journal of Economics
, 1992
"... This paper examines whether the Solow growth model is consistent with the international variation in the standard of living. It shows that an augmented Solow model that includes accumulation of human as well as physical capital provides an excellent description of the crosscountry data. The paper a ..."
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This paper examines whether the Solow growth model is consistent with the international variation in the standard of living. It shows that an augmented Solow model that includes accumulation of human as well as physical capital provides an excellent description of the crosscountry data. The paper
Mining Sequential Patterns
, 1995
"... We are given a large database of customer transactions, where each transaction consists of customerid, transaction time, and the items bought in the transaction. We introduce the problem of mining sequential patterns over such databases. We present three algorithms to solve this problem, and empiri ..."
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We are given a large database of customer transactions, where each transaction consists of customerid, transaction time, and the items bought in the transaction. We introduce the problem of mining sequential patterns over such databases. We present three algorithms to solve this problem
Unsupervised Learning by Probabilistic Latent Semantic Analysis
 Machine Learning
, 2001
"... Abstract. This paper presents a novel statistical method for factor analysis of binary and count data which is closely related to a technique known as Latent Semantic Analysis. In contrast to the latter method which stems from linear algebra and performs a Singular Value Decomposition of cooccurren ..."
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Maximization algorithm for model fitting, which has shown excellent performance in practice. Probabilistic Latent Semantic Analysis has many applications, most prominently in information retrieval, natural language processing, machine learning from text, and in related areas. The paper presents perplexity
Typesetting Concrete Mathematics
 TUGBOAT
, 1989
"... ... tried my best to make the book mathematically interesting, but I also knew that it would be typographically interestingbecause it would be the first major use of a new typeface by Hermann Zapf, commissioned by the American Mathematical Society. This typeface, called AMS Euler, had been carefull ..."
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. The underlying philosophy of Zapf's Euler design was to capture the flavor of mathematics as it might be written by a mathematician with excellent handwriting. For example, one of the earmarks of AMS Euler is its zero, 'O', which is slightly pointed at the top because a handwritten zero rarely
Fast and reliable prediction of noncoding RNAs
 Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
"... We report an efficient method to detect functional RNAs. The approach, which combines comparative sequence analysis and structure prediction, yields excellent results already for a small number of aligned sequences and is suitable for large scalegenomic screens. It consists of two basic components: ..."
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We report an efficient method to detect functional RNAs. The approach, which combines comparative sequence analysis and structure prediction, yields excellent results already for a small number of aligned sequences and is suitable for large scalegenomic screens. It consists of two basic components
SPRINT: A scalable parallel classifier for data mining
, 1996
"... Classification is an important data mining problem. Although classification is a wellstudied problem, most of the current classification algorithms require that all or a portion of the the entire dataset remain permanently in memory. This limits their suitability for mining over large databases. ..."
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. We present a new decisiontreebased classification algorithm, called SPRINT that removes all of the memory restrictions, and is fast and scalable. The algorithm has also been designed to be easily parallelized, allowing many processors to work together to build a single consistent model
EXCELLENCE
"... 51 organizations network in SARNET (Severe Accident Research NETwork of Excellence) their capacities of research in order to resolve the most important remaining uncertainties for enhancing, in regard of Severe Accidents (SA), the safety of existing and future Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs). This proje ..."
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51 organizations network in SARNET (Severe Accident Research NETwork of Excellence) their capacities of research in order to resolve the most important remaining uncertainties for enhancing, in regard of Severe Accidents (SA), the safety of existing and future Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs
Recognizing People by Their Gait: The Shape of Motion
, 1996
"... > y)). Scaleindependent scalar features of each flow, based on moments of the moving point weighted by u, v,or(u, v), characterize the spatial distribution of the flow. We then analyze the periodic structure of these sequences of scalars. The scalar sequences for an image sequenc ..."
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sequence have the same fundamental period but differ in phase, which is a phase feature for each signal. Some phase features are consistent for one person and show significant statistical variation among persons. We use the phase feature vectors to recognize individuals by the shape
Consistent Measurements of
"... An updated analysis using about 1.5 million events recorded at p s = M Z with the DELPHI detector in 1994 is presented. Eighteen infrared and collinear safe event shape observables are measured as a function of the polar angle of the thrust axis. The data are compared to theoretical calculations i ..."
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in O(ff 2 s ) including the event orientation. A combined fit of ff s and of the renormalization scale x in O(ff 2 s ) yields an excellent description of the high statistics data. The weighted average from 18 observables including quark mass effects and correlations is ff s (M 2 Z ) = 0
Why bank credit policies fluctuate: A theory and some evidence
 Quarterly Journal of Economics
, 1994
"... In a rational profitmaximizing world, banks should maintain a credit policy of lending if and only if borrowers have positive net present value projects. Why then are changes in credit policy seemingly correlated with changes in the condition of those demanding credit? This paper argues that ration ..."
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is consistent with the assumptions and predictions of the theory. * I am indebted to an excellent referee for comments that have improved this paper considerably. I thank
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