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Comparing Bootstrap and Posterior Probability Values in the FourTaxon Case
, 2003
"... Assessment of the reliability of a given phylogenetic hypothesis is an important step in phylogenetic analysis. Historically, the nonparametric bootstrap procedure has been the most frequently used method for assessing the support for specific phylogenetic relationships. The recent employment of Bay ..."
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corner, and (3) deep in the twobranch corner. In the last two regions, significant differences occur between mean bootstrap and mean posterior probability values. Whether bootstrap or posterior probability values are higher depends on the data in support of alternative topologies. Examination of star
Polynomial Series versus Sine Expansions for Functions with Corner or Endpoint Singularities
"... In a review of methods that use “Whittaker cardinal ” or “sine ” functions, Stenger [l] shows that these basis functionsin combination with a changeofvariableare a powerful tool for approximating a function with weak singularities at the ends of the interval. Although Stenger himself is careful ..."
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, most of the analysis is limited to functions of one variable, but corner singularities for twodimensional boundary value problems are a very important application which will be briefly discussed at the end. We shall standardize the interval to x E [ 1, 1] and assume f(x) has singularities
A Technical Analysis of Image Stitching Algorithm Using Different Corner Detection Methods
"... ABSTRACT:An image stitching is a method of comb ining mu ltiple overlapping images of the same scene into a larger image without loss of information. Literature shows the use of various corner detection algorithms in image stitching. The most widely used are Harris corner detection method and SIFTS ..."
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. INTRODUCTIO N Image stitching is a sub branch of computer vision. It basically co mbines two or more different images to form one single image that is panorama. The wo rd panorama is derived fro m the Greek words "p an" and "horama". "Pan" means everything and "
Homotopy Invariants of Higher Dimensional Categories and Concurrency in Computer Science
, 1999
"... The strict globular omegacategories formalize the execution paths of a parallel automaton and the homotopies between them. One associates to such (and any) omegacategory C three homology theories. The first one is called the globular homology. It contains the oriented loops of C. The two other one ..."
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ones are called the negative (resp. positive) corner homology. They contain in a certain manner the branching areas of execution paths or negative corners (resp. the merging areas of execution paths or positive corners) of C. Two natural linear maps called the negative (resp. the positive) Hurewicz
Order parameters of the dilute A models
 J. Stat. Phys
, 1994
"... The free energy and local height probabilities of the dilute A models with broken Z 2 symmetry are calculated analytically using inversion and corner transfer matrix methods. These models possess four critical branches. The first two branches provide new realisations of the unitary minimal series an ..."
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The free energy and local height probabilities of the dilute A models with broken Z 2 symmetry are calculated analytically using inversion and corner transfer matrix methods. These models possess four critical branches. The first two branches provide new realisations of the unitary minimal series
Homotopy invariants of higher dimensional categories and concurrency in computer science
, 1999
"... The strict globular ωcategories formalize the execution paths of a parallel automaton and the homotopies between them. One associates to such (and any) ωcategory C three homology theories. The first one is called the globular homology. It contains the oriented loops of C. The two other ones are ca ..."
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are called the negative (resp. positive) corner homology. They contain in a certain manner the branching areas of execution paths or negative corners (resp. the merging areas of execution paths or positive corners) of C. Two natural linear maps called the negative (resp. the positive) Hurewicz morphism from
Homotopy invariants of higher dimensional categories and concurrency in computer science
, 2008
"... The strict globular ωcategories formalize the execution paths of a parallel automaton and the homotopies between them. One associates to such (and any) ωcategory C three homology theories. The first one is called the globular homology. It contains the oriented loops of C. The two other ones are ca ..."
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are called the negative (resp. positive) corner homology. They contain in a certain manner the branching areas of execution paths or negative corners (resp. the merging areas of execution paths or positive corners) of C. Two natural linear maps called the negative (resp. the positive) Hurewicz morphism from
Homotopy invariants of higher dimensional categories and concurrency in computer science
, 1999
"... The strict globular ωcategories formalize the execution paths of a parallel automaton and the homotopies between them. One associates to such (and any) ωcategory C three homology theories. The first one is called the globular homology. It contains the oriented loops of C. The two other ones are ca ..."
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are called the negative (resp. positive) corner homology. They contain in a certain manner the branching areas of execution paths or negative corners (resp. the merging areas of execution paths or positive corners) of C. Two natural linear maps called the negative (resp. the positive) Hurewicz morphism from
Notes and Brief Articles 149 On the clavarioid Ramaria stricta (Fr.) Quél. in Borneo
"... var. concolor (Corner, 1970: 259). One copious collection of var. stricta, namely RSNB 5742, I distributed to several herbaria. The fruitbodies in this case had grown in large numbers, in places almost caespitose, along a fallen rotten trunk in Trigonobalanusforest at 1600 m; they were old, but no ..."
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, but not effete and in many the branches, with thickened hymenium, had sagged and become divaricate (Corner, 1970: pl. 3). The interestofthe collection was clearat the time. The second collection, RSNB 8475, consisted of younger fruitbodies with the characteristic fastigiate branching. Now two duplicates ofthe
Stochastic LightCone CTMRG: a new DMRG approach to stochastic models
, 2002
"... Abstract. We develop a new variant of the recently introduced stochastic transfermatrix DMRG which we call stochastic lightcone cornertransfermatrix DMRG (LCTMRG). It is a numerical method to compute dynamic properties of onedimensional stochastic processes. As suggested by its name, the LCTMRG i ..."
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is a modification of the cornertransfermatrix DMRG (CTMRG), adjusted by an additional causality argument. As an example, two reactiondiffusion models, the diffusionannihilation process and the branchfusion process, are studied and compared to exact data and MonteCarlo simulations to estimate
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