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, 2014
"... Goal: solve the following problem minimize f(x) subject to x ∈ X Problem Statement Goal: solve the following problem minimize f(x) subject to x ∈ X Often, we will assume f(x):= 1 n n∑ i=1 F (x; ξi) or f(x): = E[F (x; ξ)] Gradient Descent Goal: solve minimize f(x) Technique: go down the slope, xt+1 = ..."
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Goal: solve the following problem minimize f(x) subject to x ∈ X Problem Statement Goal: solve the following problem minimize f(x) subject to x ∈ X Often, we will assume f(x):= 1 n n∑ i=1 F (x; ξi) or f(x): = E[F (x; ξ)] Gradient Descent Goal: solve minimize f(x) Technique: go down the slope, xt+1
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"... CAUTION statement: This DRAFT document is provided for information and is for future development work within the ETSI ISG NFV only. ETSI and its Members accept no liability for any further use/implementation of this Specification. ..."
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CAUTION statement: This DRAFT document is provided for information and is for future development work within the ETSI ISG NFV only. ETSI and its Members accept no liability for any further use/implementation of this Specification.
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, 2014
"... • Identifying critical functions and components • Analyzing risk and identifying mitigations • Leveraging existing policies and guidance MicroE Strategy 1/15/2014 Page3 Distribution Statement A – Approved for public release by OSR on 01/13/14; SR Case #14S0628 applies. Distribution is unlimited. ..."
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• Identifying critical functions and components • Analyzing risk and identifying mitigations • Leveraging existing policies and guidance MicroE Strategy 1/15/2014 Page3 Distribution Statement A – Approved for public release by OSR on 01/13/14; SR Case #14S0628 applies. Distribution is unlimited.
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"... ILLPOSEDNESS: ✷ This problem is in general illposed since it admits no solutions in the classical space of admissible designs ..."
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ILLPOSEDNESS: ✷ This problem is in general illposed since it admits no solutions in the classical space of admissible designs
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"... Summary A mixed boundary element approach for twodimensional dynamic piezoelectric fracture mechanics problems is presented. The numerical approach is based on displacement and traction integral equations for external and crack boundaries, respectively. Integral equations for time harmonic problems ..."
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Summary A mixed boundary element approach for twodimensional dynamic piezoelectric fracture mechanics problems is presented. The numerical approach is based on displacement and traction integral equations for external and crack boundaries, respectively. Integral equations for time harmonic
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"... Is the soft error rate in groundlevel computer installations correlated with the intensity of solar radiation? This problem is already significant for spaceborne systems, but recent analysis of FPGA configuration failures show that radiationinduced soft errors might become a problem even at sea l ..."
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Is the soft error rate in groundlevel computer installations correlated with the intensity of solar radiation? This problem is already significant for spaceborne systems, but recent analysis of FPGA configuration failures show that radiationinduced soft errors might become a problem even at sea
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, 1991
"... f a multiprocess system before any variable is read, where different processes initialize different portions of the shared store. Here, initialization may be thought of as the first phase and regular computation as the second phase. In order to solve such problems, we assume nothing about the initia ..."
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f a multiprocess system before any variable is read, where different processes initialize different portions of the shared store. Here, initialization may be thought of as the first phase and regular computation as the second phase. In order to solve such problems, we assume nothing about
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"... This study looks at power laws, specifically Zipf ’s law and Pareto distributions, previously used to describe city size distribution, income distribution within firms, and word distribution within languages and documents among other things, and Gibrat’s law describing growth rate. This study seeks ..."
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This study looks at power laws, specifically Zipf ’s law and Pareto distributions, previously used to describe city size distribution, income distribution within firms, and word distribution within languages and documents among other things, and Gibrat’s law describing growth rate. This study seeks to discover if Zipf ’s law can also be used to model the distribution of GDP’s worldwide using Gibrat’s law as a justification. The simplest method to determine Zipf ’s law’s applicability, and the one used in this study, was to create a log log plot, plotting rank versus size of the GDPs. Using that plot, Zipf ’s law was verified through two criteria. First the plot must appear linear and second it must have a slope of1. For the purpose of this study, the data looked at was for all countries and then countries split into categories of emerging economies and advanced economies for the years 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. The results of this study showed that all countries and countries with emerging economies did not appear linear on the log log plot while advanced economies appeared linear with a slope roughly.70, suggesting that GDP distribution of advanced economies instead follow a Pareto distribution. Advanced economies also showed a significantly smaller variation in growth rates over the four years as implied by Gibrat’s law. This was used as a possible explanation for the distribution discovered.
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, 1998
"... this paper, I will restrict my terminology to programs which may be executed noninteractively, 1 ..."
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