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ON TWO DISTANCES ON TEICHM\"ULLER SPACE
"... We consider adistance $d_{L} $ on the Teichm\"uller space $T(S_{0}) $ of a hyperbolic Riemann surface $S_{0} $. The distance is definffi by the length spectrum of Riemann suffacae in $T(S_{0})\mathrm{m}\mathrm{d} $ we $\mathrm{c}\mathrm{a}\mathrm{l} $ it the lengh $\mathrm{s}\mathrm{p}\mathrm{ ..."
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We consider adistance $d_{L} $ on the Teichm\"uller space $T(S_{0}) $ of a hyperbolic Riemann surface $S_{0} $. The distance is definffi by the length spectrum of Riemann suffacae in $T(S_{0})\mathrm{m}\mathrm{d} $ we $\mathrm{c}\mathrm{a}\mathrm{l} $ it the lengh $\mathrm
A Deductive Pattern Matcher
"... This paper describes the design of a pattern matcher for a knowledge representation system called LOOM. The pattern matcher has a very rich patternforming language, and is logicbased, with a deductive mechanism which includes a truthmaintenance component as an integral part of the patternmatchin ..."
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This paper describes the design of a pattern matcher for a knowledge representation system called LOOM. The pattern matcher has a very rich patternforming language, and is logicbased, with a deductive mechanism which includes a truthmaintenance component as an integral part of the patternmatching logic. The technology behind the LOOM matcher uses an inference engine called a classifier to perform the matches. The LOOM matcher is more expressive and more complete than previous classi cationbased patternmatchers, and is expected to be significantly more efficient.
al. Male reproductive health and environmental xenoestrogens. Environ Health Perspect 104 (suppl
 Guillette LJ Jr, Jegou B, Jensen TK, Jouannet P, Keiding N
, 1996
"... Male reproductive health has deteriorated in many countries during the last few decades. In the ..."
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Male reproductive health has deteriorated in many countries during the last few decades. In the
MINIMUM POWER CONTRO'LLER DESIGN OF A MAGNETIC BEARING
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Rights Copyright © is held by the author. Digital access to this material is made possible by the University Libraries, University of Arizona. Further transmission, reproduction or presentation (such as public display or performance) of protected items is prohibited except with permission of the author.
DESIGN AND EVLAUATION OF A LQR CONTRO LLER FOil. THE BLU E·
, 1994
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. ~iJ9lrY 'OX lIE~P.RY
Integrating form and meaning: A distributed model of speech perception
 Language and Cognitive Processes
, 1997
"... We present a new distributed connectionist model of the perception of spoken words. The model employs a representatio n of speech that combines lexical information with abstract phonological information, with lexical access modelled as a direct mapping onto this single distributed representatio n. W ..."
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We present a new distributed connectionist model of the perception of spoken words. The model employs a representatio n of speech that combines lexical information with abstract phonological information, with lexical access modelled as a direct mapping onto this single distributed representatio n. We �rst examine the integration of partial cues to phonological identity, showing that the model provides a sound basis for simulating phonetic and lexical decision data from MarslenWilson and Warren (1994). We then investigate the time course of lexical access, and argue that the process of competition between word candidates during lexical access can be interpreted in terms of interference between distributed lexical representatio ns. The relation between our model and other models of spoken word recognition is discussed.
ON A DISTANCE DEFINED BY THE LENGTH SPECTRUM ON TEICHMÜLLER SPACE
 ANNALES ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM FENNICAE, VOLUMEN 28, 2003, 315326
, 2003
"... We consider a distance dL on the Teichmü ller space T (S0) of a hyperbolic Riemann surface S0. The distance is defined by the length spectrum of Riemann surfaces in T (S0) and we call it the length spectrum metric on T (S0). It is known that the distance dL determines the same topology as that of ..."
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We consider a distance dL on the Teichmü ller space T (S0) of a hyperbolic Riemann surface S0. The distance is defined by the length spectrum of Riemann surfaces in T (S0) and we call it the length spectrum metric on T (S0). It is known that the distance dL determines the same topology
Biholomorphic maps between Teichmüller spaces
 Duke Math. J
"... In this paper we study biholomorphic maps between Teichmüller spaces and the induced linear isometries between the corresponding tangent spaces. The first main result in this paper is the following classification theorem. If M and N are two Riemann surfaces that are not of exceptional type, and if t ..."
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, and if there exists a biholomorphic map between the corresponding Teichmüller spaces Teich(M) and Teich(N), then M and N are quasiconformally related. Also, every such biholomorphic map is geometric. In particular, we have that every automorphism of the Teichmüller space Teich(M) must be geometric. This result
Assessment of higher order correlation eŒects with the help of Mù ller ± Plesset perturbation theory up to sixth order
, 2000
"... For 30 molecules and two atoms, MPn correlation energies up to n ˆ 6 are computed and used to analyse higher order correlation e ects and the initial convergence behaviour of the MPn series. Particularly useful is the analysis of correlation contributions E…n†XY... …n ˆ 4;5;6; X;Y;... ˆ S, D, T, Q ..."
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and molecular space. For class A systems, electron pair correlation e ects as described by D, Q, DD, DQ, QQ, DDD, etc., contributions are most important, which are stepwise included at MPn with n ˆ 2;...;6. Class A systems are reasonably described by MPn theory, which is re ¯ ected by the fact that convergence
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