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A construction of distributed reference counting

Luc Moreau, Jean Duprat
2001 Acta Informatica  
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doi:10.1007/pl00013315 fatcat:aqjjn7gxozbxflgq4lkmyi4tpi

Page 1113 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 47, Issue 5 [page]

2010 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
The resulting counts are still normally distributed with the specified mean p(i) and variance = p{i). .As the pri.x'ess generating the seabird counts is assumed to be a Pois.son prcKvss.  ...  Once the spatial autocorrelation in bird counts has been mtxlelled. the model parameters are used to simulate realizations of seabird counts at post-construction survey kx;ations.  ... 

Tag and Topic Recommendation Systems

2013 Acta Polytechnica Hungarica  
Secondly, for topic recommendation system novel algorithms have been provided to construct a special graph from tags and evaluate reference counts for topic identification.  ...  Firstly, for tag recommendation system novel algorithms have been proposed to refine vocabulary, enhance reference counts, and improve font distribution for enriched visualization.  ...  Acknowledgement First of all we wish to thank SUZUKI Foundation for sponsoring this research.  ... 
doi:10.12700/aph.10.06.2013.6.10 fatcat:7yygdz55h5f2xpna4uryby5cae

A non-renewal process with renewal counting distributions

Marcel F. Neuts
1987 Advances in Applied Probability  
A simple example is given of a point process with dependent inter-event intervals for which the distributions of the counting random variables Nt are given by the same formulas as for a renewal process  ...  This example shows the care needed in establishing that a given point process has the renewal property, but also raises interesting questions about the class of point processes with given counting distributions  ...  To Dr Ward Whitt go thanks for bringing reference [2] and the articles listed therein to my attention.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0001867800016499 fatcat:upuvbjgiofaz3bsz5cwr3yvbw4

A non-renewal process with renewal counting distributions

Marcel F. Neuts
1987 Advances in Applied Probability  
A simple example is given of a point process with dependent inter-event intervals for which the distributions of the counting random variables Nt are given by the same formulas as for a renewal process  ...  This example shows the care needed in establishing that a given point process has the renewal property, but also raises interesting questions about the class of point processes with given counting distributions  ...  To Dr Ward Whitt go thanks for bringing reference [2] and the articles listed therein to my attention.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1427384 fatcat:7hxme4dlgzde5i7g2kituyfqlm

Environmental impact assessment of offshore wind farms: a simulation-based approach

Blanca Pérez Lapeña, Kathelijne M. Wijnberg, Suzanne J. M. H. Hulscher, Alfred Stein
2010 Journal of Applied Ecology  
From a statistical point of view, the spatial distribution of species counts is bounded by zero and does not have a distinct upper limit.  ...  This is achieved by re-deiining the pre-construction situation into the 'refer¬ ence' situation and predicting the expected bird count at post¬ construction survey locations using the environmental model  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01850.x fatcat:7r344lfvzngo7lkkqwtxucrnii

Page 874 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 109, Issue 4 [page]

1983 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
—NOTATION The following symbols are used in this paper: a; b; Bernoulli variable for counting excursion; Bernoulli variable for summing excursions; duration of a single load excursion above the reference  ...  ; probability of counting an event in a filtered Poisson process; sustained load; structural design lifetime; unfiltered and filtered occurrences, respectively, in a Poisson process; duration of a single  ... 

Constructing Simulation Data with Dependency Structure for Unreliable Single-Cell RNA-Sequencing Data Using Copulas

Cornelia Fuetterer, Georg Schollmeyer, Thomas Augustin
2019 International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and Their Applications  
ranges of distribution parameters of a zero-inflated negative binomial distribution.  ...  The obtained higher and lower variation of the simulation data allows to create lower and upper distribution functions lead to simulation data containing extreme points for each observation.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the Hemberg Group of the Sanger Institute for providing the reference data publicly available.  ... 
dblp:conf/isipta/FuettererSA19 fatcat:s3vvnja53zdebdftota6cd5exq

Design theory

1989 Discrete Mathematics  
and Arrangements with Repetition Distributions: Assignments Distributions: Arrangements Further counting techniques Recursive Counting The Concept of a Generating Function Computation with Generating  ...  Ways to clwse The Essentials of Counting Occupancy More on Counting Exercises Historical Note References 2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0012-365x(89)90278-1 fatcat:7q2q7kduingu7omzvsv6jgzv2a

Distributed algorithms for lifetime maximization in sensor networks via Min–Max spanning subgraphs

Harri Haanpää, André Schumacher, Pekka Orponen
2009 Wireless networks  
Using a graph-theoretic approach, we propose two distributed algorithms, MLS and BSPAN, that construct spanning trees with minimum maximum (minmax) edge cost.  ...  MLS is based on computation of minmaxcost paths from a reference node, while BSPAN performs a binary search over the range of power levels and exploits the wireless broadcast advantage.  ...  Acknowledgements A. Schumacher has been supported by the Helsinki Graduate School of Computer Science and Engineering. The MLS and BSPAN simulations were conducted in collaboration with Thorn Thaler.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11276-009-0174-1 fatcat:oylp7unimzaq3a3f3c4ojup3fe

Do Mass Nouns Constitute a Semantically Uniform Class?

David Nicolas
2002 Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics  
Contra Cheng (1973), we show that they can be held to refer distributively (i.e. to apply to any part of what they apply to) only if this property is understood with a new part-relation, that of N-part  ...  We find, surprisingly, that they too refer distributively and cumulatively.  ...  The property of distributive reference may appear to be quite specific: a constraint on the interpretation of the partitive construction part of the N when N is a mass term.  ... 
doi:10.17161/kwpl.1808.591 fatcat:fbemt7xakncjhfccxzos4ae3ha

Diffusion tree restructuring for indirect reference counting

Peter Dickman
2000 Proceedings of the second international symposium on Memory management - ISMM '00  
The existing fault-tolerance of Piquer's Indirect Reference Counting IRC is qualitatively improved by this new approach.  ...  A new variant algorithm for distributed acyclic garbage detection is presented for use in hybrid garbage collectors.  ...  Reference Counting in Distributed Systems In standard na ve distributed reference counting, remote references indicate an object in another process, at which a reference count i s maintained.  ... 
doi:10.1145/362422.362485 dblp:conf/iwmm/Dickman00 fatcat:6idbtdtaa5arli4vmp7lcxt2jm

Diffusion tree restructuring for indirect reference counting

Peter Dickman
2001 SIGPLAN notices  
The existing fault-tolerance of Piquer's Indirect Reference Counting IRC is qualitatively improved by this new approach.  ...  A new variant algorithm for distributed acyclic garbage detection is presented for use in hybrid garbage collectors.  ...  Reference Counting in Distributed Systems In standard na ve distributed reference counting, remote references indicate an object in another process, at which a reference count i s maintained.  ... 
doi:10.1145/362426.362485 fatcat:xw3nzqpy5zhz3mt5qgyrj2ywqi

Manufacturing performance evaluation for IC products

Kun-Lin Hsieh, Lee-Ing Tong
2005 The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology  
For instance, even though the defect count, defect size and defect distribution are the same, the yield loss of the complicate manufactured product will be less than that of the simple manufactured product  ...  This evaluation index is constructed according to a modified Poisson yield model, and the related parameters regarding the process or product (e.g., the minimum linewidth, the area of a die, the number  ...  The concept of a scaling rule is to replace the average defect count by the average defect count of the reference product. The model is called the modified Poisson yield model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00170-004-2382-2 fatcat:onyjnyk4jnhltdqojy6wuhgqhe

6 Conclusion: Linguistic characterisation of Romance collection nouns in present-day language [chapter]

2022 The expression of "collectivity" in Romance languages  
Adopting the theoretical framework of construction morphology, the development of a constructional model of collectivity was additionally possible, bringing together the assumptions made by construction  ...  of the mass-count distinction.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110784695-008 fatcat:vgj4lvs7jnd5pnprh4v7b4fei4
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