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2013 Data-Flow Execution Models for Extreme Scale Computing
of a dataflow graph. ... However, in impure programs, scheduling not only effects the system resources, but can also effect the overall time complexity and accuracy of the program. ... Luján is supported by a Royal Society University Research Fellowship. ...doi:10.1109/dfm.2013.10 fatcat:r3zjqybydfhvpoc7f23wbzoxre
The present article has a spectacular title and gives a marvelous guided tour of Tarski’s circle-squaring problem and the work of Laczkovich as well as re- lated open problems. ... The author determines all conics, each of which contains an infinity of points (x,y) with both coordinates Fibonacci numbers: y? + |Ln|xy + (—1)"x? ...
Levin, Population models and community structure in heterogeneous environments (pp. 295-320); Michael Turelli, Stochastic community theory: a partially guided tour (pp. 321-339); Ray R. ... He has made some progress in that direction by assuming that (1) the ultimate effect is the minimization of the entropy of the plants, (2) the primordia form a hierarchical or multilevel system, and (3 ...
From Turing machines to NP-complete problems, Chapter 3 is a tour of the concepts at the heart of classical com- puting, designed to give the reader a proper perspective, with an emphasis on the limitations ... pure mathematics to operations research, financial mathematics and linear program- ming, the structure of the described theory having roots in Fourier theorems. (5) Nalwa gently guides the reader on a ...
He points out that significance and limitations of “‘hill-climbing”’, so useful to a study of adaptive control systems (see, e.g., Richard Bellman, Adaptive control processes: A guided tour [Princeton ... ., a process in which certain aspects of behavior of a system are forced to become prominent to a different degree by means of the application of signals; prediction and expectation as concern heur- istics ...
Moreover, the rocks used in urban architecture and monuments are an inexhaustible archive containing a lot of historical and economic information on the development of a city and its surrounding area. ... We report on some recent experiences of scientific dissemination activities on geomaterials carried out by a network of scientific organizations in Tuscany (Italy). ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/heritage2030131 fatcat:tkjsrfbksvhb5lrnq4j6xmxdrm
SHMoys (1985) The Travelling Salesman Problem: A Guided Tour of Combinatorial Optimization. John Wiley, New York. . S. MARTELLO and P. ... A. KAPSALIS (1991) Steiner Trees. Masters thesis, University of East Anglia, Norwich. . K. A. De Jonc (1975) An analysis of the behaviour of a class of genetic adaptive systems. ...doi:10.1057/jors.1993.69 fatcat:oorantohbza5jfwrhq37r2i7f4
Any tour guide will tell you that this is the location of the Egyptian Museum and of the Galleria Sabauda, both requisite stops for tourists. ... The Fibonacci sequence on the Mole has already become a new symbol of the city. ...doi:10.1007/s00283-010-9136-9 fatcat:rptl5plo3vhy7k2vuslotzdcty
La spirale, la tour gigantesque et la réduction du projet artistique à la simple technique : tels sont les trois aspects réunis dans le monument que conçoit Tatline. ... La spirale s'élève comme le facteur ordonnant dans cette « Metropolis » de supports d'acier à première vue chaotique, mais dominée. ... Analysis first centres on the prehistory of the spiral, as a form of thought in Russian symbolism and in the political theory of dialectical materialism. ...doi:10.3406/item.2004.1318 fatcat:wj3a6z7bh5aslpf2lnyxkj3kyy
For example, paths in graphs are encoded by words in a natural way, and conversely, the Cayley graph of a group or a semigroup encodes words by paths. ... These considerations gave rise to early results such as those of Axel Thue at the beginning of the 20th century. ... The anonymous referee made a great number of concrete suggestions for improvements. ...doi:10.1016/j.ejc.2005.07.019 fatcat:hgw2rs5ve5g6ral7o3ftmtsney
This paper is an introduction to relationships between topology, quantum computing, and the properties of Fermions. ... In particular, we study the remarkable unitary braid group representations associated with Majorana fermions. ... This work was partially supported by the Laboratory of Topology and Dynamics, Novosibirsk State University (contract no. 14.Y26.31.0025 with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation ...doi:10.1007/s11128-018-1959-x fatcat:uy2ylrcearcxbaxzre62s3plp4
The inter-sensory and intermedial translatability among different systems of meaning can be analyzed "below" the manifest level of the signs, namely in the conflict zone of the figural tensions. ... The Secret Life of Plants, 2002). ...doi:10.4000/signata.2676 fatcat:eq4yvmh2ifdpzpmtzbcw65rshm
In particular, the Fibonacci model for topological quantum computing is seen to be based on the fusion rules for a Majorana fermion and these in turn are the interaction rules for the mark seen as a logical ... The mark viewed recursively as a simplest discrete dynamical system naturally generates the fermion algebra, the quaternions and the braid group representations related to Majorana fermions. ... The Fibonacci Recoupling Model We now show how to make a model for recoupling the Fibonacci particle by using the Temperley Lieb recoupling theory and the bracket polynomial. ...arXiv:1301.6214v1 fatcat:kj7jlsymijgttaxtajdfgqxhtm
ce programme dans The Encyclopedia of Radio, James A. ... of male authority in an economic system that certain male authority figures had nearly ruined because of their greed and carelessness [before the Great Depression] », Douglas, 2004 : 111) . ...doi:10.7202/1037337ar fatcat:fdwbwkewgfd27nieedbcpwbspa
Studies in Computational Intelligence
This Chapter summarizes some of the well known stigmergic computational techniques inspired by nature, mainly for optimization problems developed by mimicking social insects' behavior. ... Fibonacci described the sequence "encoded in the ancestry of a male bee." This turns out to be the Fibonacci sequence. ... Compute the length L k (t) of the tour T k (t) chosen by the ant k ; 12. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-34690-6_1 fatcat:hv5chn6blfcpncyu7fnbes24ri
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