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Sigma\Pi\Sigma threshold formulas
 Combinatorica
, 1994
"... A ΣΠΣ formula has the form � � � u v w Luvw, where each L is either a variable or a negated variable. In this paper we study the computation of threshold functions by ΣΠΣ formulas. By combining the proof of the FredmanKomlós bound [5, 10] and a counting argument, we show that for k and n large and ..."
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A ΣΠΣ formula has the form � � � u v w Luvw, where each L is either a variable or a negated variable. In this paper we study the computation of threshold functions by ΣΠΣ formulas. By combining the proof of the FredmanKomlós bound [5, 10] and a counting argument, we show that for k and n large
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"... Repeat the calculation for • twisted mass QCD • 2+1 flavors Conclusion The WChPT expressions for the scattering lengths differ significantly from their continuum counterparts. • The I = 0 and I = 2 scattering lengths do not vanish in the chiral limit •Additional chiral logarithms proportional to c2 ..."
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: f, lI=2pipi, κ21, κ22 and c2. • the ratio aI0/M2pi has to one loop the functional form aI0
Agnostic active learning
 In ICML
, 2006
"... We state and analyze the first active learning algorithm which works in the presence of arbitrary forms of noise. The algorithm, A2 (for Agnostic Active), relies only upon the assumption that the samples are drawn i.i.d. from a fixed distribution. We show that A2 achieves an exponential improvement ..."
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We state and analyze the first active learning algorithm which works in the presence of arbitrary forms of noise. The algorithm, A2 (for Agnostic Active), relies only upon the assumption that the samples are drawn i.i.d. from a fixed distribution. We show that A2 achieves an exponential improvement
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"... 1・On・・f the m・st血P・・tant and int・・esting Phen・mena c・nceming．th・ P。esen七P。。fect is its c。一。c・ur・ence with temp・・al・dve・bi・1・．．エt iS・ well－known fact that temporal or time specification is expressed not only by the morphological tense－form and lexical meaning of the main verb but also by temporal adv ..."
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1・On・・f the m・st血P・・tant and int・・esting Phen・mena c・nceming．th・ P。esen七P。。fect is its c。一。c・ur・ence with temp・・al・dve・bi・1・．．エt iS・ well－known fact that temporal or time specification is expressed not only by the morphological tense－form and lexical meaning of the main verb but also by temporal
Interactions between a Bacillus subtilis antisigma factor (RsbW) and its antagonist (RsbV
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, 1994
"... The activity of ¢B, a secondary cf factor of Bacillus subtilis, is primarily controlled by an antiaf factor protein (RsbW) that binds to ofB and blocks its ability to form an RNA polymerase holoenzyme (EUrB). Inhibition ofifB by RsbW is counteracted by RsbV, a protein that is essential for the act ..."
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The activity of ¢B, a secondary cf factor of Bacillus subtilis, is primarily controlled by an antiaf factor protein (RsbW) that binds to ofB and blocks its ability to form an RNA polymerase holoenzyme (EUrB). Inhibition ofifB by RsbW is counteracted by RsbV, a protein that is essential
Sigmamodel for the Generalized Composite pbranes
 Class. Quantum Grav
, 1997
"... A multidimensional gravitational model containing several dilatonic scalar fields and antisymmetric forms is considered. The manifold is chosen in the form M = M0 × M1 ×... × Mn, where Mi are Einstein spaces (i ≥ 1). The blockdiagonal metric is chosen and all fields and scale factors of the metric ..."
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are functions on M0. For the forms composite (electromagnetic) pbrane ansatz is adopted. The model is reduced to gravitating selfinteracting sigmamodel with certain constraints. In pure electric and magnetic cases the number of these constraints is n1(n1 − 1)/2 where n1 is number of 1dimensional manifolds
Some properties of partitions
 Proc. London Math. Soc
, 1954
"... 1. WE denote by p{n) the number of unrestricted partitions of a positive integer n. Ramanujan discovered, and later proved, three striking arithmetical properties of p{n), namely: #(571+4) = 0 (mod 5), (1.1) p{ln+5) = = 0(mod7), (1.2) p{Un+6) = 0 (mod 11). (1.3) All existing proofs of these result ..."
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1. WE denote by p{n) the number of unrestricted partitions of a positive integer n. Ramanujan discovered, and later proved, three striking arithmetical properties of p{n), namely: #(571+4) = 0 (mod 5), (1.1) p{ln+5) = = 0(mod7), (1.2) p{Un+6) = 0 (mod 11). (1.3) All existing proofs
Dualisation Of Dualities I
, 1998
"... We analyse the global (rigid) symmetries that are realised on the bosonic fields of the various supergravity actions obtained from elevendimensional supergravity by toroidal compactification followed by the dualisation of some subset of fields. In particular, we show how the global symmetries of th ..."
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of the type IIA theory, with full dualisation to lowest degree forms, and finally for certain inverse dualisations (increasing the degrees of some forms) to give the type IIB series. These theories may be called the GLA, D, E and GLB series respectively. It turns out that the scalar Lagrangians of the E
Sigma70 promoters in Escherichia coli: specific transcription in dense regions of overlapping promoterlike signals
 J Mol Biol
, 2003
"... We present here a computational analysis showing that sigma70 housekeeping promoters are located within zones with high densities of promoterlike signals in Escherichia coli, and we introduce strategies that allow for the correct computer prediction of sigma70 promoters. Based on 599 experimentall ..."
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We present here a computational analysis showing that sigma70 housekeeping promoters are located within zones with high densities of promoterlike signals in Escherichia coli, and we introduce strategies that allow for the correct computer prediction of sigma70 promoters. Based on 599
Randomly Connected SigmaPi Neurons Can Form . . .
, 2000
"... C is to what? (b) is a task solved by the COPYCAT system (Hofstadter and Mitchell 1994). (c) is a task presented to human subjects in a PET scan study intended to identify regions of the brain involved in processing analogies. The task was to choose the arrangement analogous to the base arrangement. ..."
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C is to what? (b) is a task solved by the COPYCAT system (Hofstadter and Mitchell 1994). (c) is a task presented to human subjects in a PET scan study intended to identify regions of the brain involved in processing analogies. The task was to choose the arrangement analogous to the base arrangement. (Wharton, Grafman, Flitman, Hansen, Bruaner, Marks, and Honda 1998). (d) is a task presented to chimpanzees; the task was to place the symbol for \same" or \dierent" in the center of the gure, depending on whether the relationship between the pair of objects on the left is the same as the relationship between the pair of objects on the right (Oden, Thompson, and Premack 1998). 1. Introduction The ability to reason about knowledge itself is one of the hallmarks of higherlevel cognitive processing. The knowledge structures involved can range from simple associations or relations, e.g., as in the analogy tasks shown in Figure 1, to the rules of reasoning itself. Any theory
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