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Ambient-Oriented Exception Handling
[chapter]

2006
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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Writing

doi:10.1007/11818502_8
fatcat:mxcpiuw435egpl4bjdat4gldvi
*ambient*-*oriented*software for mobile devices connected through wireless network connections provides a new challenge in the field of*exception**handling*. ... We subsequently present*ambient*conversations, a novel distributed*exception**handling*mechanism that adheres to the prescribed criteria, and describe its realisation in the*ambient*-*oriented*programming ...*Ambient*-*Oriented**Exception**Handling*This section presents a collection of criteria that need to be exhibited by an*ambient*-*oriented**exception**handling*mechanism. ...##
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Cusp equivalence between smooth embeddings of the 2-sphere in 4-space
[article]

1999
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arXiv
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pre-print

That is, they are

arXiv:math/9911257v1
fatcat:xc3b6rigmng5badwy4pclgiv6e
*ambient*isotopic after a genus g unknotted*orientable*surface is attached as a connected summand to each. (3) They are weakly stably equivalent if, for some n ≥ 0, they are*ambient*isotopic ... As for Theorem 3, if the 1-*handles*are preserved by an*ambient*isotopy for stably equivalent embedded surfaces, they are easily shown to be weakly stably equivalent. ...##
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Object-Oriented Coordination in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
[chapter]

2007
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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This paper proposes to close the paradigmatic gap between an object-

doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72794-1_13
fatcat:lb6smbis5zh57dbslweutfh76a
*oriented*language and its distributed communication infrastructure by introducing*ambient*references: loosely-coupled remote object references ... We introduce an object-*oriented*referencing abstraction to express coordination between objects hosted on mobile devices interconnected by a wireless ad hoc network. ... Object-*oriented*Referencing Abstractions M2MI The design of*ambient*references has been inspired by the notion of a*handle*in the many-to-many invocations (M2MI) paradigm [17] . ...##
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Exceptional surgery curves in triangulated 3-manifolds
[article]

1999
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arXiv
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pre-print

isotopy) only a finite number of such

arXiv:math/9907093v1
fatcat:34xk7exj7ndg3gi53d5h2v5tti
*exceptional*surgery curves in a given compact*orientable*3-manifold M, with the boundary of M a (possibly empty) union of tori. ... We show that, providing the exterior of K is irreducible and atoroidal, and the distance between r and the meridian slope is more than one, and a homology condition is satisfied, then there is (up to*ambient*... Hence, in the case where K and σ are norm-*exceptional*, we let (M, ∅) = (M 2 , γ 2 ). Suppose now that K and σ are*exceptional*and that some 0-*handle*of F has non-positive index. ...##
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Exceptional surgery curves in triangulated 3-manifolds

2003
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Pacific Journal of Mathematics
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isotopy) only a finite number of such

doi:10.2140/pjm.2003.210.101
fatcat:jit4nmcc7vgyro4qdhdensveey
*exceptional*surgery curves in a given compact*orientable*3manifold M , with ∂M a (possibly empty) union of tori. ... We show that, providing the exterior of K is irreducible and atoroidal, and the distance between σ and the meridian slope is more than one, and a homology condition is satisfied, then there is (up to*ambient*... Then (up to*ambient*isotopy) there is an infinite number of surgery curves K in M , with*exceptional*or norm-*exceptional*surgery slopes σ satisfying ∆(σ, µ) = 1, where µ is the meridian slope on ∂N (K) ...##
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On Rigorous Design and Implementation of Fault Tolerant Ambient Systems

2007
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10th IEEE International Symposium on Object and Component-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'07)
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It is therefore necessary to construct the critical parts of fault tolerant

doi:10.1109/isorc.2007.46
dblp:conf/isorc/IliasovRALT07
fatcat:fwb6gvfoxjc5jfllktz6cosnvm
*ambient*systems in a rigorous manner. ... We then outline our experience in developing an*ambient*lecture system using the combination of formal approach and our middleware. ... Compared with the work outlined in [8] , our current framework imposes less restrictions on the agents during*exception**handling*, in particular, an agent does not have to be involved in*exception**handling*...##
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Presentations of $n$-knots

1975
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Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
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one 0-

doi:10.1090/s0002-9947-1975-0358795-1
fatcat:mhwbtldwivhs7a5aw6fhtuz4c4
*handle*). ... ., one which, regarding Sn as S" =*handle*+ collar +*handle*4-collar +••*•, embeds each*handle*in a level of Sn+1 x I and each collar productwise along the / direction. ... ., and h1lh2 is*orientation*preserving, we may by regular neighborhood theory*ambient*isotop Dt to coincide with D2, keeping (dBr x B"~r)l fixed. Extend this to an*ambient*isotopy of F"+1 by coning. ...##
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Double coverings of twisted links
[article]

2016
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arXiv
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pre-print

As virtual links correspond to abstract links on

arXiv:1510.03001v3
fatcat:urni7ahgonbihkpgeenfy2ha74
*orientable*surfaces, twisted links correspond to abstract links on (possibly non-*orientable*) surfaces. ... It is defined by considering the*orientation*double covering of an abstract link or alternatively by constructing a diagram called a double covering diagram. ... It follows from Theorem 4.6 and the definitions of a 1-*handle**ambient*surgery, a 2-*handle**ambient*surgery, elimination of a nugatory*ambient*component, and addition of a nugatory*ambient*component. ...##
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A converse to (Milnor-Kervaire theorem) ×Retc…

1979
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Pacific Journal of Mathematics
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The

doi:10.2140/pjm.1979.82.357
fatcat:vu22btaxlfgqbhknmolrkzvgqe
*ambient*surgery is along that l(or 2)-*handle*. ... The construction of h is as a product imbedding*except*for isolated levels where 1-*handles*or 2-*handles*are attached (core disks are assumed to descend towards the zero level). ...##
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Smooth embeddings with Stein surface images

2013
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Journal of Topology
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Pseudoconvex embeddings of Brieskorn spheres and other 3-manifolds into complex surfaces are constructed, as are pseudoconcave holomorphic fillings (with disagreeing contact and boundary

doi:10.1112/jtopol/jtt017
fatcat:2impkeh2gfde3f5lacmvssyh2a
*orientations*). ... We arrange the contact structure to be fixed*except*on a ball in each k-*handle*boundary: The set of*oriented*planes at a given point in ∂H k can be identified with S 2 (by the positive normal vector, or ... Note that only the mod 2 residue of m affects the answers*except*when m = 1 and the pseudoconvex region contains the*exceptional*sphere. ...##
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Periodic ends and knot concordance

1989
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Topology and its Applications
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A corollary of the proof is that there are uncountably many ditfeomorphism types of Casson

doi:10.1016/0166-8641(89)90051-5
fatcat:7eo77brpizhc5g5f5xje2dltau
*handles*. ... Observe that hK, contains T,, which is a kinky*handle*with only negative kinks. Reversing*ambient**orientation*, we see that hk,, contains a kinky*handle*with only positive kinks. ... We will work entirely in the smooth category,*except*when otherwise stated. AI1 manifolds will implicitly be*oriented*, and embeddings will be assumed to preserve*orientation*. ...##
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Stein surfaces as open subsets of C^2
[article]

2006
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arXiv
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pre-print

subset U of a complex surface can be topologically perturbed to yield an open subset whose inherited complex structure is Stein, if and only if U is homeomorphic to the interior of a handlebody whose

arXiv:math/0501509v3
fatcat:purmljvh3ng7zlfponfher6wly
*handles*... By induction, one obtains a Stein thickening U of K, after a C 0 -small topological*ambient*isotopy that is smooth*except*near the kink, where U is obtained by adding the simplest Casson*handle*(with one ... We can assume the intersection of the Stein surfaces is a sphere topologically*ambiently*isotopic to K, and that this is smooth*except*at a single point (aside from the smooth cone point p in (b)). ...##
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Stein surfaces as open subsets of $\boldsymbol{\mathbb{C}}^2$

2005
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The Journal of Symplectic Geometry
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subset U of a complex surface can be topologically perturbed to yield an open subset whose inherited complex structure is Stein, if and only if U is homeomorphic to the interior of a handlebody whose

doi:10.4310/jsg.2005.v3.n4.a4
fatcat:fyhz7tubazhojegk5mkpyqvvza
*handles*... By induction, one obtains a Stein thickening U of K, after a C 0 -small topological*ambient*isotopy that is smooth*except*near the kink, where U is obtained by adding the simplest Casson*handle*(with one ... We can assume the intersection of the Stein surfaces is a sphere topologically*ambiently*isotopic to K and that this is smooth*except*at a single point (aside from the smooth cone point p in (b)). ...##
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Crossing changes and circular Heegaard splittings
[article]

2012
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arXiv
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pre-print

our results imply that an algorithm to detect when two hyperbolic or fibered knots of different genus are related by a crossing change would follow from an algorithm to determine whether two compact

arXiv:1210.5812v1
fatcat:dzyeajrcsvcalmtzriu37gta7u
*oriented*... ) sweep though parallel surfaces*except*for exactly one index-2 critical point for every 1-*handle*in C 2 . ... As t increases from 0 to π, we let f −1 (e it ) sweep though parallel surfaces*except*for exactly one index-1 critical point for every 1-*handle*in C 1 , and as t increases from π to 2π we let f −1 (e it ...##
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Infinite families of casson handles and topological disks

1984
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Topology
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We will consider a C&son

doi:10.1016/0040-9383(84)90002-8
fatcat:n2ssfjpdhfgnvlbj4hscx4yjxy
*handle*to be a smooth pair CH = (C&son*handle*, attaching circle) with a fixed*orientation*on the*ambient*space and a fixed decomposition into kinky*handles*. ... The kinks (points of self-intersection) of i(D) have canonical signs, provided M is*oriented*. Casson*handles*are defined in [l] and [4]. ... Quinn ([7] , Proposition 2.2.4) shows that CH may be smoothly embedded in a standard 2-*handle*in such a way that the 2-*handle*core may be*ambiently*isotoped into CH. ...
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