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The transformation of AEM data to conductivity depth sections should be used to assess the AEM data for consistency and to ensure it is consistent with plausible geological models in the survey area. ... Often EM fields, noise monitors, terrain clearance and system geometry can be assessed collectively, as well as in individual data streams, an easy task with a multiplot. ... We would also like to gratefully acknowledge the airborne geophysical contractors in Australia who are working with GA to continually improve airborne geophysical data standards for surveys conducted in ...doi:10.1071/aseg2012ab097 fatcat:7uvmt4halzel3n7snbzkzoruhy
We also propose a program analysis technique that identifies points of order in Bloom programs: code locations where programmers may need to inject coordination logic to ensure consistency. ... We present a prototype implementation of Bloom as a domain-specific language in Ruby. ... In this paper we demonstrate significant progress in this direction. ...dblp:conf/cidr/AlvaroCHM11 fatcat:scuryql7ezflbprrnp7dvptsye
the self-consistent collective-coordinate (See) method, which describes optimum ("maximally-decoupled") large-amplitude collective motion within the time-dependent Hartree-Fock theory. ... It is shown that, in the resonant cases, there inevitably arise essential coupling terms which break the maximal-decoupling property of the collective motion, so that we have to extend the optimum collective ... This work is supported in part by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research from the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. ...doi:10.1143/ptp.78.1364 fatcat:gdzhj4obgjdovni55bpgsram6a
The applicability of the concept of "optimal" collective submanifold determined by the self· consistent collective-coordinate (SeC) method is investigated by using a simple model Hamiltonian. ... The concept of the optimal collective submanifold determined by the sec method turns out to be applicable for a fairly large domain of the TDHF manifold where the separatrix is not included, in the sense ... This work has been performed as a part of the 1984 annual research projects on "MicroscopIc Theories of Large Amplitude Collective Motion" organized by the Research ...doi:10.1143/ptp.73.386 fatcat:kop3bqmge5fd5iia7hg2aw52ui
Avoiding such errors requires automatic memory management, called distributed garbage collection (DGC). ... architecture, implementation and performance measurements of a DGC algorithm for .NET that: (i) is complete, that is, capable of reclaiming both acyclic and cyclic garbage, while (ii) being portable in ... Messages sent earlier, and received out of order, are discarded; if considered, they would temporarily prevent algorithm progress as DGC-consistent cuts would go back in time. ...doi:10.1049/iet-sen:20070015 fatcat:zkkjxylay5hgbp7lqiswbepbp4
will suffice to show, that much may be learnt from a study of the practice and progress of public works engineering abroad, and in particular from the Americans in the matter of steel bridge construction ... Hydraulic engineering occupies a prominent place in the Abstracts, and many important works, such as breakwaters, harbour improvements, reclamation works, reservoir dams, the regulation of rivers, the ...doi:10.1680/imotp.1879.22391 fatcat:ncp3k44cxzcjbcmuheakxwct5u
In studying the judgments of inspectors and other street-level bureaucrats, it is vital to look at collective work and how it combines consistency and responsiveness. ... At JIY, teamwork is central and regulatory teams are granted collective discretionary room. We argue that collective work permits both responsiveness and consistency. ... Collective discretionary room may enhance consistency in two ways. ...doi:10.1111/rego.12101 fatcat:g72lm3yekvawrdv4rx6slxdgei
This instrument will be used to collect data on how students learn derivatives of trigonometric functions in calculus, using the chain rule. ... The study consists of two phases, both using a qualitative approach. ... Students work individually. Data Collection Procedures: The Pilot Study Here, a pilot study is conducted. ...fatcat:nziulfjz3fau7lglmu2vxaaosm
The analysis of Beowulf and the Riddles thus compares a long narrative poem of elevated archaic poetic diction, probably the work of one poet at an early period of Old English poetry with a collection ... There is no simple pattern in the sequence of types according to progressing complexity. ... Therefore, the comparison of the two works includes an error analysis in order to decide whether discrepancies are due to an inherent difference of the works or is caused by mere statistical fluctuation ...doi:10.5167/uzh-204346 fatcat:pjxsyunlung65bty3gwrz6ew7u
With the rise of multicores, there is a trend of supporting data-parallel collection operations in general purpose programming languages. ... We present a generic data-parallel collections design based on work-stealing for shared-memory architectures that overcomes abstraction penalties through callsite specialization of data-parallel operation ... The microbenchmark in Figure 2A consists of a data-parallel foreach loop. It shows a comparison between Parallel Collections, a generic kernel and a kernel specialized for ranges from Figure 1 . ...doi:10.1109/pdp.2015.65 dblp:conf/pdp/ProkopecPO15 fatcat:ir5hv3vcuzacjhn3t3dyh2aaei
Temporal Abstraction (TA) techniques namely basic TA and complex TA are used in this work to analyse the status of chronic renal syndrome patients. ... The information of chronic renal patients are collected in a big spatial info-graphic data. ... Hence, risk prediction modelling is more efficient in assessing the chronic kidney disease at the early stage and disease progression modelling is used in this project work to measure the progress of the ...doi:10.35940/ijitee.j9927.0981119 fatcat:ab4t5ven55bilcrmp6uhqgv2oe
American Water Works Association. Journal
Fees may be collected from the property owner by the corporation or by the municipality in the form of taxes. When collected by the municipality, the ... This is a progress report of a portion of the work carried on by the committee on sewage and water purification. ...
Despite recent progress in abstractive summarization, systems still suffer from faithfulness errors. ... In this work, we present a framework for evaluating the effective faithfulness of summarization systems, by generating a faithfulnessabstractiveness trade-off curve that serves as a control at different ... We suggest that we need to account for this confounding factor in order to assess the real progress in building models that are better at abstraction. ...arXiv:2108.13684v3 fatcat:sc3tjzw7bvcyrkzi4fxs5vfs7a
SRELS Journal of Information Management
the information, and indexing the different parts of the handbook as well as the whole text to render it into a_ effective externalised memory. 4 Supervising regularly the progress of work checking by ... information is to be collected, systematised, and presented under each heading; and explaining the techniques of abstracting, classification, and indexing to be used respectively for collecting and systematising ...
We implemented MapUpdate in a system, called Tangram, with novel system designs such as lightweight local task management, partition-based progress control, and context-aware failure recovery. ... In this paper, we propose a novel programming model named MapUpdate, which can determine whether a distributed dataset is mutable or immutable in an application. ... This work was supported in part by ITF 6904945, and GRF 14208318 & 14222816. ...dblp:conf/usenix/HuangYJJCXLT19 fatcat:iowcl3k7sjhyxpa2tsrnrynvjy
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