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Transitive decompositions of graphs
"... A decomposition of a graph is a partition of the edge set. One can also look at partitions of the arc set but in this talk we restrict our attention to edges. If each part of the decomposition is a spanning subgraph then we call the decomposition a factorisation and the parts are called factors. Dec ..."
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. Decompositions are especially interesting when the subgraphs induced by each part are pairwise isomorphic. Such decompositions are known as isomorphic decompositions. Decompositions of graphs have been widely studied and much attention has been paid to determining when a given graph can be decomposed into copies
Trust Transitivity in Social Networks
, 2011
"... Noncentralized recommendationbased decision making is a central feature of several social and technological processes, such as market dynamics, peertopeer filesharing and the web of trust of digital certification. We investigate the properties of trust propagation on networks, based on a simple ..."
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confident trust) is a requirement for the viability of global trust propagation in large systems: The average pairwise trust is marked by a discontinuous transition at a specific fraction of absolute trust, below which it vanishes. Furthermore, we perform an extensive analysis of the Pretty Good Privacy
Existence of phase transitions in models of a lattice gas
 Proc. Fifth
, 1966
"... It is proved here that at sufficiently low temperatures, a phase transition occurs in the model of a lattice gas with pairwise interaction of the particles, if a constraint, meaning roughly that the negative part of the potential in some sense "outweighs " its positive part, is imposed on ..."
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It is proved here that at sufficiently low temperatures, a phase transition occurs in the model of a lattice gas with pairwise interaction of the particles, if a constraint, meaning roughly that the negative part of the potential in some sense "outweighs " its positive part, is imposed
Coreference Resolution with Loose Transitivity Constraints
"... Our system treats coreference resolution as an integer linear programming (ILP) problem. Extending Denis and Baldridge (2007) and Finkel and Manning (2008)’s work, we exploit loose transitivity constraints on coreference pairs. Instead of enforcing transitivity closure constraints, which brings comp ..."
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Our system treats coreference resolution as an integer linear programming (ILP) problem. Extending Denis and Baldridge (2007) and Finkel and Manning (2008)’s work, we exploit loose transitivity constraints on coreference pairs. Instead of enforcing transitivity closure constraints, which brings
Statistical Models of Orientational Phase Transition in Molecular Crystals
, 1973
"... Orientational ordering and disordering in plane lattices of molecules with some orientational pairwise interaction are investigated, based on the theory of the Ising lattice for magnetic systems. It is found how the characteristics of the orientational phase transition depend on the lattice type an ..."
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Orientational ordering and disordering in plane lattices of molecules with some orientational pairwise interaction are investigated, based on the theory of the Ising lattice for magnetic systems. It is found how the characteristics of the orientational phase transition depend on the lattice type
PROCEEDINGS OF THE HUMAN FACTORS SOCIETY3lst ANNUAL MEETING1987 EMPIRICAL USER MODELING: COMMAND USAGE ANALYSES FOR DERIVING MODELS OF USERS
"... Models of users ’ procedural knowledge were derived from the records of command usage obtained from nine experienced users of the Unix operating system. Pairwise transitions between user command entries were analyzed for the purpose of identifying salient command patterns associated with taskbased ..."
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Models of users ’ procedural knowledge were derived from the records of command usage obtained from nine experienced users of the Unix operating system. Pairwise transitions between user command entries were analyzed for the purpose of identifying salient command patterns associated with task
1Modelling of configurational transitions in atomic
"... Configurational transitions in atomic systems, i.e. transitions that change the system’s geometric structure, include chemical reactions in gases, transitions between aggregate states of a polyatomic system, (the phase transitions), and nanocatalytic processes. These transitions are analyzed from t ..."
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of a chemical process differs significantly from the height of a barrier which separates the atomic configurations of the initial and final states of the transition. In particular, the statistical models, including DFT, give a melting point for clusters with a pairwise atomic interaction that is twice
On OrderConstrained Transitive Distance Clustering
"... We consider the problem of approximating orderconstrained transitive distance (OCTD) and its clustering applications. Given any pairwise data, transitive distance (TD) is defined as the smallest possible “gap ” on the set of paths connecting them. While such metric definition renders significant c ..."
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We consider the problem of approximating orderconstrained transitive distance (OCTD) and its clustering applications. Given any pairwise data, transitive distance (TD) is defined as the smallest possible “gap ” on the set of paths connecting them. While such metric definition renders significant
Estimation of the Transition/Transversion Rate Bias and Species Sampling
, 1999
"... The transition/transversion (ti/tv) rate ratios are estimated by pairwise sequence comparison and joint likelihood analysis using mitochondrial cytochrome b genes of 28 primate species, representing both the Strepsirrhini (lemurs and lories) and the Anthropoidea (monkeys, apes, and humans). Pairwise ..."
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The transition/transversion (ti/tv) rate ratios are estimated by pairwise sequence comparison and joint likelihood analysis using mitochondrial cytochrome b genes of 28 primate species, representing both the Strepsirrhini (lemurs and lories) and the Anthropoidea (monkeys, apes, and humans
0 NorthHolland Publishing Company SURFACE SCIENCE LETTERS THE THREEADATOM NONPAIRWISE (“TRIO”) INTERACTION, WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS OF O/w(l 10)
, 1979
"... Ching et al. * found that threeadatom nonpairwise interactions, with a repulsive energy greater than a quarter the nearest pair attraction, can explain the pronounced asymmetries in the phase diagram of O/W(llO). In the first explicit calculations of such shortrange “trio” interactions, we find t ..."
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Ching et al. * found that threeadatom nonpairwise interactions, with a repulsive energy greater than a quarter the nearest pair attraction, can explain the pronounced asymmetries in the phase diagram of O/W(llO). In the first explicit calculations of such shortrange “trio” interactions, we find
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