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Element distinctness revisited

Renato Portugal
2018 Quantum Information Processing  
The element distinctness problem is the problem of determining whether the elements of a list are distinct, that is, if x=(x_1,...  ...  ,x_N) is a list with N elements, we ask whether the elements of x are distinct or not.  ...  Introduction The element distinctness problem has a long history.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11128-018-1930-x fatcat:kof7h2f2h5cuffnw2eqpehowwy

PRAM lower bound for element distinctness revisited [chapter]

Petr Kolman
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper considers the problem of element distinctness on CRCW PRAMs with unbounded memory. A complete proof of the optimal lower bound of ? n log n= ?  ...  p log( n p log n + 1) steps for n elements problem on p processor COMMON PRAM is presented. This lower bound has been previously correctly stated by Boppana, but his proof was not complete.  ...  The problem of Element Distinctness is de ned as follows: Given n integers x 1 ; ; x n determine whether they are pairwise distinct.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-63774-5_125 fatcat:z3a56m2d7fdjzjkfvhqipbcwxa

Introduction to NeutroAlgebraic Structures and AntiAlgebraic Structures (revisited)

Florentin Smarandache
2020 Zenodo  
we see that the element has two distinct unit elements and .  ...  Florentin Smarandache, Introduction to NeutroAlgebraic Structures and AntiAlgebraic Structures (revisited) (commutative); b ∊ S that has either no unitelement, or at least two distinct unit-elements.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3638232 fatcat:iyivxf3wura7tpo5jb4mtlraj4

Episodic-like Memory in the Rat

Stephanie J. Babb, Jonathon D. Crystal
2006 Current Biology  
The rats selectively decreased revisits to the devalued distinctive flavor but not to the nondevalued distinctive flavor.  ...  If rats remembered when and where they had recently encountered distinctive pellets, then they should learn to selectively revisit the distinctive locations after a long delay but withhold revisits after  ...  The rats selectively decreased revisits to the devalued distinctive flavor but not to the nondevalued distinctive flavor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2006.05.025 pmid:16824919 fatcat:us6unow3grgrjoy54vdmb6enbi

LOCAL FOOD ENJOYMENT AND CUSTOMER DELIGHT: KEYS TO REVISIT INTENTION

Risma Jayanti Paramita, Chairy Chairy, Jhanghiz Syahrivar
2021 Jurnal Muara Ilmu Ekonomi dan Bisnis  
positive effect on revisit intention and 4) Customer delight mediates the relationship between local food enjoyment and revisit intention.  ...  This research aimed to investigate the role of local food enjoyment and customer delight on tourists' revisit intentions to Yogyakarta, especially the Malioboro area.  ...  Immediate strategies are needed to identify the key factors or elements in tourist revisit intention.  ... 
doi:10.24912/jmieb.v5i2.13260 fatcat:suocqfbbzfffha5vjtvipqq37e

Episodic memory formation in naturalistic viewing [article]

Andrey R Nikolaev, Ines Bramao, Roger Johansson, Mikael Johansson
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
These three distinct neural mechanisms may be the essential building blocks that subserve the buildup of coherent episodic memories during naturalistic viewing behavior.  ...  We designed a stimulus screen with multiple elements that together comprised an event.  ...  Thus, theta and alpha oscillations serve important but distinct functions of episodic memory formation: binding individual elements together into a whole (theta) and representing elements (alpha).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.05.24.485821 fatcat:7m73aapudvevvpga7ezuka5rtm

Hall's theorem revisited

Zhi-Wei Sun
2001 Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society  
By a simple graph-theoretic argument we show that any set of distinct representatives of {A i } n−1 i=1 can be extended to a set of distinct representatives of {A i } n i=1 in more than min n∈I⊆{1,···  ...  Then for some J ⊆ {1, · · · , n} containing n there are exactly | j∈J A j | − |J| + 1 elements of X that combine with a 1 , · · · , a n−1 to form an SDR of (1) with a i representing A i for i ∈ J.  ...  License or copyright restrictions may apply to redistribution; see https://www.ams.org/journal-terms-of-use HALL'S THEOREM REVISITED  ... 
doi:10.1090/s0002-9939-01-06215-3 fatcat:4tcclcnmdng37oyhhlavcsncaa

Conceptualizing Festival Attractiveness and Its Impact on Festival Hosting Destination Loyalty: A Mixed Method Approach

Jing Li, Guangquan Dai, Jinwen Tang, Ying Chen
2020 Sustainability  
., strong festival atmosphere, harmonious interpersonal interaction, distinct cultural symbols and rich festival activities.  ...  Atmosphere can be classified into visual elements and non-visual elements.  ...  As was found in this research, the intangible elements in festival atmosphere and interpersonal interaction are important elements that attract the tourists, while these intangible elements need to be  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12083082 fatcat:wkvnjmtzyzdujbjyhzilc3dmsu

Edge-Graph Diameter Bounds for Convex Polytopes with Few Facets

David Bremner, Lars Schewe
2011 Experimental Mathematics  
Let P |L|S be a pivot sequence of a non-revisiting path. Let us identify the first and last element of L.  ...  From the definition of a path complex, we know that F j , j > 0 can be obtained from A non-revisiting path complex is one where every entering vertex e j is distinct; equivalently | ∪ k j=0 F j | = d +  ... 
doi:10.1080/10586458.2011.564965 fatcat:4wk2f4b6unck7i5ynsp3pfvuji

INTERNATIONAL TOURIST'S PERCEPTION OF THE DESTINATION IMAGE: A STUDY APPLIED TO LUANDA, ANGOLA

Telma VAN-DUNEM, University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economics, Av. Dias da Silva 165, 3004-512, Coimbra, Portugal, Arnaldo COELHO, Cristela BAIRRADA, University of Coimbra /CeBER, Faculty of Economics, Av. Dias da Silva 165, 3004-512, Coimbra, Portugal, University of Coimbra/CeBER, Faculty of Economics, Av. Dias da Silva 165, 3004-512, Coimbra, Portugal
2021 Geo Journal of Tourism and Geosites  
positive and negative emotions and how these emotions can influence satisfaction, affective attachment and the intention to revisit.  ...  This research showed that place identity influences positive and negative emotions, while optimal distinctiveness and authenticity only impact the positive emotions of the tourist.  ...  According to Knez et al. (2018) emotions are the linking element that transfer the effects from place features, like identity, to attitudes and behaviours, like memorability, affect, revisiting, among  ... 
doi:10.30892/gtg.35220-667 fatcat:yyam6dtuczd3nh5hv3jdsrrvv4

Update on Improving Outpatient Antibiotic Use Through Implementation and Evaluation of Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic

Karl Madaras-Kelly, Christopher Hostler, Mary Townsend, Emily Potter, Emily Spivak, Sarah Hall, Matthew Goetz, McKenna Nevers, Jian Ying, Benjamin Haaland, Suzette Rovelsky, Benjamin Pontefract (+2 others)
2020 Infection control and hospital epidemiology  
No adverse events were noted in ARI-related revisit rates or infectious complications. CDI rates were low and unchanged.Funding: NoneDisclosures: None  ...  We report the impact of Core Elements implementation within Veterans' Healthcare Administration clinics on antibiotic prescribing and patient outcomes.  ...  During the remaining 129 (83.8%) hospitalizations, patients received a mean of 1.6 distinct non-MRSA antibiotics totaling a mean of 6.6 days of therapy (DOT).  ... 
doi:10.1017/ice.2020.1079 fatcat:vvyb5mueqbdzphq6d7wrqqhztq

Influence of Experiential Consumption and Social Environment of Local Tourists on the Intention to Revisit Tunisian Guesthouses: Mediating Role of Involvement in the Experience

Nesrine Khazami, Zoltan Lakner
2021 Sustainability  
This research makes a distinctive theoretical contribution to the literature of perceived experiential value by analyzing the relationships between experiential consumption and the social environment on  ...  experience involvement and intention to revisit a guesthouse.  ...  Therefore, involvement in the experience is an important element in developing the intention to revisit among tourists.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13126584 fatcat:xtollmnrsbb67phvkpunw264dm

Revisiting the action of a subgroup of the modular group on imaginary quadratic number fields [article]

Abdulaziz Deajim
2022 arXiv   pre-print
(iv) If the cycle y α is totally positive, then α H = x(α) H (i.e. α and x(α) belong to distinct H-orbits).  ...  We call a cycle totally positive (resp. totally negative) if all its elements are totally positive (resp. if all its elements are totally negative). Proof. (i) This is [6, Lemma 3.3 ].  ...  Firstly, suppose that α G contains a unique pair of distinct elements β and x(β) of norm zero.  ... 
arXiv:2202.13320v4 fatcat:uyy7fuavzrcdjn4sbbitzmpqpu

Source Memory in the Rat

Jonathon D. Crystal, Wesley T. Alford, Wenyi Zhou, Andrea G. Hohmann
2013 Current Biology  
type) and experimenter-generated (placement at the site of a distinctive food type by an experimenter) events.  ...  If rats have source memory, then they should be able to revisit the chocolate location at second helpings at a high rate in the replenishment condition (and limit revisits in the nonreplenishment condition  ...  The CA3 region of the hippocampus is postulated to mediate short-term elements of episodic memory [11, [26] [27] [28] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2013.01.023 pmid:23394830 pmcid:PMC3595394 fatcat:dswv6ky2z5eqtbkqbpxoiqclra

Revisiting Static Analysis of Android Malware

François Gagnon, Frédéric Massicotte
2017 USENIX Security Symposium  
We also seek to revisit previous findings from related work on Android static analysis in order to confirm or refute them.  ...  In this paper, static analysis is revisited to update and deepen knowledge about Android malware, correlate malicious samples through common artifacts, and further understand malware developers' modus  ...  In our study, we explored other elements of the manifest and several elements outside the manifest.  ... 
dblp:conf/uss/GagnonM17 fatcat:zs4le45nd5azxgtegcqudghuum
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