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Negative Answers To Some Positivity Questions
, 2014
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A negative answer to a question by Rieffel
, 2001
"... Abstract. In this article, we address one of the questions raised by Marc Rieffel in his collection of questions on deformation quantization. The question is whether the Kgroups remain the same under flabby strict deformation quantizations. By “deforming ” the question slightly, we produce a negati ..."
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negative answer to the question. In his collection of questions on deformation quantization [8], Marc Rieffel asked the following; “Are the Kgroups of the C ∗algebra completions of the algebras of any flabby strict deformation quantization all isomorphic? ” Up to my knowledge, the question is still open
A NEGATIVE ANSWER TO THE BERNSTEIN PROBLEM FOR INTRINSIC GRAPHS IN THE HEISENBERG GROUP
"... Abstract. A negative answer to the Bernstein problem for entire Hperimeter minimizing intrinsic graphs is given in the setting of the first Heisenberg group H 1 endowed with its CarnotCarathéodory metric structure. Moreover, in all Heisenberg groups H n an area formula for intrinsic graphs with So ..."
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Abstract. A negative answer to the Bernstein problem for entire Hperimeter minimizing intrinsic graphs is given in the setting of the first Heisenberg group H 1 endowed with its CarnotCarathéodory metric structure. Moreover, in all Heisenberg groups H n an area formula for intrinsic graphs
A negative answer to a question of Wilke on varieties of !languages
"... In a recent paper, Wilke asked whether the boolean combinations of !languages of the form L , for L in a given +variety of languages, form the !part of an 1variety. We provide a negative answer to this question. Varieties were introduced by Eilenberg in 1976 to give a unified framework to the ..."
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In a recent paper, Wilke asked whether the boolean combinations of !languages of the form L , for L in a given +variety of languages, form the !part of an 1variety. We provide a negative answer to this question. Varieties were introduced by Eilenberg in 1976 to give a unified framework
Neighbors as Negatives: Relative Earnings and WellBeing
 Quarterly Journal of Economics
, 2005
"... This paper investigates whether individuals feel worse off when others around them earn more. In other words, do people care about relative position, and does “lagging behind the Joneses ” diminish wellbeing? To answer this question, I match individuallevel data containing various indicators of we ..."
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This paper investigates whether individuals feel worse off when others around them earn more. In other words, do people care about relative position, and does “lagging behind the Joneses ” diminish wellbeing? To answer this question, I match individuallevel data containing various indicators
Monopolistic competition and optimum product diversity. The American Economic Review,
, 1977
"... The basic issue concerning production in welfare economics is whether a market solution will yield the socially optimum kinds and quantities of commodities. It is well known that problems can arise for three broad reasons: distributive justice; external effects; and scale economies. This paper is c ..."
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. Such an optimum can be realized in a market if perfectly discriminatory pricing is possible. Otherwise we face conflicting problems. A competitive market fulfilling the marginal condition would be unsustainable because total profits would be negative. An element of monopoly would allow positive profits, but would
Loopy belief propagation for approximate inference: An empirical study. In:
 Proceedings of Uncertainty in AI,
, 1999
"... Abstract Recently, researchers have demonstrated that "loopy belief propagation" the use of Pearl's polytree algorithm in a Bayesian network with loops can perform well in the context of errorcorrecting codes. The most dramatic instance of this is the near Shannonlimit performanc ..."
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oscillations in the toyQMR case? To answer this question we repeated the ex periments reported in the previous section but rather than having the prior probability of each node be ran domly selected in the range [0, 1] we selected the prior uniformly in the range [0, U] and varied U. Unlike the previous
What good are positive emotions
 Review of General Psychology
, 1998
"... This article opens by noting that positive emotions do not fit existing models of emotions. Consequently, a new model is advanced to describe the form and function of a subset of positive emotions, including joy, interest, contentment, and love. This new model posits that these positive emotions ser ..."
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, not only to test the and far between. Any review of the psychologi ideas presented here, but also to build other new cal literature on emotions will show that models that might illuminate the nature and psychologists have typically favored negative value of positive emotions. Psychology sorely emotions
A negative answer to Nevanlinna’s type question and a parabolic surface with a lot of negative curvature
 Proc. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. Consider a simply connected Riemann surface represented by a Speiser graph. Nevanlinna asked if the type of the surface is determined by the mean excess of the graph: whether mean excess zero implies that the surface is parabolic and negative mean excess implies that the surface is hyperbo ..."
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Abstract. Consider a simply connected Riemann surface represented by a Speiser graph. Nevanlinna asked if the type of the surface is determined by the mean excess of the graph: whether mean excess zero implies that the surface is parabolic and negative mean excess implies that the surface
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