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The moral problem
, 1994
"... Even with the considerable progress in atmospheric science during the twentieth century, there remains considerable room for improvement in the accuracy of the public warnings of tornadoes, flash floods, large hail and damaging thunderstorm winds. But even if we had perfect knowledge of the process ..."
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of tornadogenesis, for example, inadequate atmospheric sampling and measurements would still prevent warning accuracy from ever reaching 100 percent. Stewart (2000) states the problem succinctly: Every prediction contains an element of irreducible uncertainty … actions that are based on predictions lead to two
Irreducible lateral dislocation of patella with rotation
"... Acute lateral patellar dislocation is relatively common in younger age group and most likely caused by indirect trauma. About 10 % of acute patella dislocations are the result of a direct blow to the medial side. We report a case of irreducible lateral patellar dislocation which is of exceptional in ..."
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Acute lateral patellar dislocation is relatively common in younger age group and most likely caused by indirect trauma. About 10 % of acute patella dislocations are the result of a direct blow to the medial side. We report a case of irreducible lateral patellar dislocation which is of exceptional
The Irreducible Spine(s) of Undirected Networks
"... Abstract. Using closure and neighborhood concepts, we show that within every undirected network, or graph, there is a unique irreducible subgraph which we call its “spine”. The chordless cycles which comprise this irreducible core effectively characterize the connectivity structure of the network as ..."
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Abstract. Using closure and neighborhood concepts, we show that within every undirected network, or graph, there is a unique irreducible subgraph which we call its “spine”. The chordless cycles which comprise this irreducible core effectively characterize the connectivity structure of the network
The Parity of the Number of Irreducible Factors for Some Pentanomials
, 2008
"... It is well known that StickelbergerSwan theorem is very important for determining reducibility of polynomials over a binary field. Using this theorem it was determined the parity of the number of irreducible factors for some kinds of polynomials over a binary field, for instance, trinomials, tetran ..."
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It is well known that StickelbergerSwan theorem is very important for determining reducibility of polynomials over a binary field. Using this theorem it was determined the parity of the number of irreducible factors for some kinds of polynomials over a binary field, for instance, trinomials
A (2002) Emergentism, irreducibility, and downward causation
 Grazer Philosophische Studien
"... Several theories of emergence will be distinguished. In particular, these are synchronic, diachronic, and weak versions of emergence. While the weaker theories are compatible with property reductionism, synchronic emergentism and strong versions of diachronic emergentism are not. Synchronic emergent ..."
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consequences: If, on the one hand, a systems property is irreducible because of the irreducibility of the systems parts behavior on which the property supervenes, we seem to have a case of downward causation. This kind of downward causation does not violate the principle of the causal closure of the physical
Genotypes of irreducible representations of finite pgroups
 J. Algebra
, 2006
"... For any characteristic zero coefficient field, an irreducible representation of a finite pgroup can be assigned a Roquette pgroup, called the genotype. This has already been done by Bouc and Kronstein in the special cases Q and C. A genetic invariant of an irrep is invariant under group isomorphis ..."
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For any characteristic zero coefficient field, an irreducible representation of a finite pgroup can be assigned a Roquette pgroup, called the genotype. This has already been done by Bouc and Kronstein in the special cases Q and C. A genetic invariant of an irrep is invariant under group
The Relevance of Computation Irreducibility as Computation Universality in Economics
, 2012
"... After Wolfram's A New Kind of Science. I am greatly indebted to my friend, Hector Zenil, for the kind invitation to contribute to this important commemorative volume. One minor caveat should be added here. I subscribe to the entirely sensible view of Chris Moore & Stephan Mertens that `old ..."
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After Wolfram's A New Kind of Science. I am greatly indebted to my friend, Hector Zenil, for the kind invitation to contribute to this important commemorative volume. One minor caveat should be added here. I subscribe to the entirely sensible view of Chris Moore & Stephan Mertens that `old
Second order irreducible supersymmetry for periodic potentials
"... Abstract. The technique of Darboux (supersymmetry) transformations is applied to periodic potentials. For the irreducible second order transformations the intermediate potentials can have poles while the final one is regular. A new kind of symmetry is detected, namely, translational invariance with ..."
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Abstract. The technique of Darboux (supersymmetry) transformations is applied to periodic potentials. For the irreducible second order transformations the intermediate potentials can have poles while the final one is regular. A new kind of symmetry is detected, namely, translational invariance
What Kind of Production is Construction? WHAT KIND OF PRODUCTION IS CONSTRUCTION?
"... Applicability of lean principles to construction might seem to require that construction’s differentiating characteristics be softened or explained away. This is the strategy employed by those who advocate making construction more like the manufacturing from which lean thinking originated. Following ..."
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, for our part, we are interested in that remainder, in understanding its peculiar characteristics, and in learning how to make it lean. Our interest is founded on the belief that construction is a fundamentally different kind of production; i.e., that there is an irreducible remainder. We also suspect
On the Infinitude of Some Special Kinds of Primes
, 2009
"... The aim of this paper is to try to establish a generic model for the problem that several multivariable numbertheoretic functions represent simultaneously primes for infinitely many integral points. More concretely, we introduced briefly the research background–the history and current situation–f ..."
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–from Euclid’s second theorem to GreenTao theorem. We analyzed some equivalent necessary conditions that irreducible univariable polynomials with integral coefficients represent infinitely many primes, found new necessary conditions which perhaps imply that there are only finitely many Fermat primes
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