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The synchronous languages twelve years later
 PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
, 2003
"... Twelve years ago, Proceedings of the IEEE devoted a special section to the synchronous languages. This article discusses the improvements, difficulties, and successes that have occured with the synchronous languages since then. Today, synchronous languages have been established as a technology of c ..."
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of choice for modeling, specifying, validating, and implementing realtime embedded applications. The paradigm of synchrony has emerged as an engineerfriendly design method based on mathematicallysound tools.
The synchronous languages 12 years later
 PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
, 2003
"... Twelve years ago, PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE devoted a special section to the synchronous languages. This paper discusses the improvements, difficulties, and successes that have occured with the synchronous languages since then. Today, synchronous languages have been established as a technology of choi ..."
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of choice for modeling, specifying, validating, and implementing realtime embedded applications. The paradigm of synchrony has emerged as an engineerfriendly design method based on mathematically sound tools.
Markov Random Field Models in Computer Vision
, 1994
"... . A variety of computer vision problems can be optimally posed as Bayesian labeling in which the solution of a problem is defined as the maximum a posteriori (MAP) probability estimate of the true labeling. The posterior probability is usually derived from a prior model and a likelihood model. The l ..."
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in low and high level computer vision. The unification is made possible due to a recent advance in MRF modeling for high level object recognition. Such unification provides a systematic approach for vision modeling based on sound mathematical principles. 1 Introduction Since its beginning in early 1960
Learning and DecisionMaking in the Framework of Fuzzy Lattices
 in New Learning Techniques in Computational Intelligence Paradigms
, 2000
"... A novel theoretical framework is delineated for supervised and unsupervised learning. It is called framework of fuzzy lattices, or FLframework for short, and it suggests mathematically sound tools for dealing separately and/or jointly with disparate types of data including vectors of numbers, fuzzy ..."
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A novel theoretical framework is delineated for supervised and unsupervised learning. It is called framework of fuzzy lattices, or FLframework for short, and it suggests mathematically sound tools for dealing separately and/or jointly with disparate types of data including vectors of numbers, fuzzy
B.: Topologycontrolled volume rendering
 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
"... Abstract—Topology provides a foundation for the development of mathematically sound tools for processing and exploration of scalar fields. Existing topologybased methods can be used to identify interesting features in volumetric data sets, to find seed sets for accelerated isosurface extraction, or ..."
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Abstract—Topology provides a foundation for the development of mathematically sound tools for processing and exploration of scalar fields. Existing topologybased methods can be used to identify interesting features in volumetric data sets, to find seed sets for accelerated isosurface extraction
PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS Vol. 213, No. 1, 2004 THE MACROSCOPIC SOUND OF TORI
"... Take a torus with a Riemannian metric. Lift the metric on its universal cover. You get a distance which in turn yields balls. On these balls you can look at the Laplacian. Focus on the spectrum for the Dirichlet or Neumann problem. We describe the asymptotic behaviour of the eigenvalues as the radiu ..."
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as the radius of the balls goes to infinity, and characterise the flat tori using the tools of homogenisation our conclusion being that “Macroscopically, one can hear the shape of a flat torus”. We also show how in the two dimensional case we can recover earlier results by D. Burago, S. Ivanov and I. Babenko
Interpreting Audible Intervals into Visual Learning Tools
, 2014
"... Sounds are intertwined in a mathematical network, and this project attempts to visualize the exponential factors used in determining musical frequencies. Considering that consecutive sounds are related mathematically, particularly musical sounds constructed on multiplicative ratios, could the visual ..."
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Sounds are intertwined in a mathematical network, and this project attempts to visualize the exponential factors used in determining musical frequencies. Considering that consecutive sounds are related mathematically, particularly musical sounds constructed on multiplicative ratios, could
Abstract Some Mathematical Tools for MusicMaking
"... Electronic music constantly uses transformations of functions of time. Some frequentlyused mathematical operations are described, with an eye to their effects on sound spectra and possible musical applications. 1 ..."
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Electronic music constantly uses transformations of functions of time. Some frequentlyused mathematical operations are described, with an eye to their effects on sound spectra and possible musical applications. 1
Six Sigma: concepts, tools and applications
 Industrial Management & Data Systems 105
, 2005
"... Purpose – To provide a sound discussion on the Six Sigma methodology and see how it fits in with other quality initiatives. Design/methodology/approach – A conceptual paper that takes at indepth look at the origins, pros and cons of Six Sigma and how it relates to some of the other quality initiati ..."
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for practitioners and researchers planning to practice the Six Sigma methodology and/or understand its pros and cons. Originality/value – This paper fulfils an identified information/resources need for Six Sigma methodology. It is based on utilizing an extensive set of statistical and advanced mathematical tools
New Graphical Tools for Digital Cultural Heritage Preservation
, 2001
"... We will demonstrate and discuss the use of a mathematically based tool, Function Representation (FRep), for modeling complex 3D objects such as sculpture, and show the new capabilities that it provides for dynamically modifiable viewing and presentation. FRep uniquely allows smooth metamorphosis bet ..."
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We will demonstrate and discuss the use of a mathematically based tool, Function Representation (FRep), for modeling complex 3D objects such as sculpture, and show the new capabilities that it provides for dynamically modifiable viewing and presentation. FRep uniquely allows smooth metamorphosis
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