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MICHAEL AND HIS SCIENTIFIC WORK 71 72 ELLIS L. MICHAEL AND HIS SCIENTIFIC WORK Vol. II, No. I ... ELLIS L. MICHAEL AND HIS SCIENTIFIC WORK Mr. Michael was born at La Porte, Indiana, August 26, i88i, and died at La Jolla, California, August 30, I920. ... Michael, the bodily remains were cremated. ...fatcat:us355wwxdrbblj2bh5zlovhiwi
The plaque affixed to the sculpture's base best explains the man depicted by this gift from King Leopold and Princess Lilian of Belgium: "Michael E. ... Recently, the Baylor College of Medicine Board of Trustees named the school's Department of Surgery for him, the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery. ...doi:10.1016/s0741-5214(00)90171-x pmid:10664509 fatcat:wjnds6y7nfgd7bucnh4t3vhpha
Realism in Wordsworth’s ‘Michael’ DAVID ELLIS Wordsworth, it is commonly said, brought a new realism to the observation of rural life. ... But Michael himself exists in what is virtually a social vacuum. ...doi:10.1093/english/36.154.38 fatcat:zc524iy6ljb2bdtajvb77ld3qa
Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVCS) or chondroectodermal dysplasia is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by a variable spectrum of clinical findings. ... INTRODUCTION Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVCS) is a complex genetic syndrome first described in 1940 by Drs Richard Ellis and Simon van Creveld. ... Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome and Dyserythropoiesis Arch Pathol Lab Med 2005;129:680-2 3. McKusick VA; Egeland JA; Eldridge R, Krusen DE. Dwarfism in the Amish. I. The Ellis-van Creveld syndrome. ...doi:10.1001/archpedi.1971.02110030125024 fatcat:6g7xoxuagzbwph65u5sikymtma
census microdata, we utilize both ordinary least squares microdata regression and double cohort methodology to examine socioeconomic assimilation across arrival cohort and country of origin during the Ellis ... INTRODUCTION The Ellis Island Mythology The discourse on American immigration is dominated by the "Ellis Island" narrative. ... Ellis Island Era as the Benchmark Contemporary assimilation theory-both the new assimilation and segmented assimilation orientations-holds Ellis Island era immigrants as the reference group to which to ...doi:10.1017/ssh.2015.84 pmid:28979054 pmcid:PMC5624339 fatcat:3y7xe33mcnazrcwpb27wyekati
This article studies a generalization of magic squares to k-uniform hypergraphs. In traditional magic squares the entries come from the natural numbers. A magic labeling of the vertices in a graph or hypergraph has since been generalized to allow for labels coming from any abelian group. We demonstrate an algorithm for determining whether a given hypergraph has a magic labeling over some abelian group. A slight adjustment of this algorithm also allows one to determine whether a given hypergrapharXiv:1802.10392v1 fatcat:q6iyboaycbh7heiq7ewpc7ulb4
more »... can be magically labeled over Z. As a demonstration, we use these algorithms to determine the number of magic n_3-configurations for n=7, ..., 14.
Jim Ellis contributed greatly to improved understanding of the importance of mobility and opportunism in these ecosystems. ... The scientific and conceptual contributions Jim Ellis made throughout the course of his career reveal a logical progression towards increased understanding of pastoral ecosystems worldwide. ... A comparative energy flow analysis by Ellis et al. (1979) was seminal. ...doi:10.2989/10220110409485851 fatcat:3nhyme6safgzxiu4vnms3htnaq
Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVCS) or chondroectodermal dysplasia is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by a variable spectrum of clinical findings. ... INTRODUCTION Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVCS) is a complex genetic syndrome first described in 1940 by Drs Richard Ellis and Simon van Creveld. ... Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome and Dyserythropoiesis Arch Pathol Lab Med 2005;129:680-2 3. McKusick VA; Egeland JA; Eldridge R, Krusen DE. Dwarfism in the Amish. I. The Ellis-van Creveld syndrome. ...doi:10.1177/000992286600500711 pmid:5944783 fatcat:6bmthcj6lbcevdudhsbejxfrlm
Michael Anthony Howard, Drew University, Madison, NJ ...doi:10.15695/hmltc.v38i1.3844 fatcat:jvg3uolqyjcb5kevad6qrtkqqu
., Dennin & Ellis, 1998; Ellis, Chapin, Dennin, & Anderson-Hanley, 1996) . ... Dennin & Ellis, 1998) . ...doi:10.1177/0011000099274004 fatcat:pvuhcufux5btje5mbbghvwpfbe
We discuss the observability of neutrino-induced sphaleron transitions in the IceCube detector, encouraged by a recent paper by Tye and Wong (TW), which argued on the basis of a Bloch wave function in the periodic sphaleron potential that such transitions should be enhanced compared to most previous calculations. We calculate the dependence on neutrino energy of the sphaleron transition rate, comparing it to that for conventional neutrino interactions, and we discuss the observability of tauarXiv:1603.06573v1 fatcat:fb3sdhswxvhgjjwdgaeiyl6msi
more »... multi-muon production in sphaleron-induced transitions. We use IceCube 4-year data to constrain the sphaleron rate, finding that it is comparable to the upper limit inferred previously from a recast of an ATLAS search for microscopic black holes at the LHC with ∼ 3/fb of collisions at 13 TeV. The IceCube constraint is stronger for a sphaleron barrier height E_ Sph≳ 9 TeV, and would be comparable with the prospective LHC sensitivity with 300/fb of data at 14 TeV if E_ Sph∼ 11 TeV.
Despite this, Ellis offers a strong foundation for future research. MICHAEL courses "shift to a broader global historical perspective." ... In chapter 2, Ellis explores the importance of intelligence testing in auxiliary education in Toronto. ...doi:10.1093/ahr/rhab082 fatcat:iydfsob7zrgndoznrjbigsuq2a
doi:10.1038/sj.jp.7211364 pmid:16193079 fatcat:3q7xclykuzgtdlg5nbmrihqppu
Dr Michael Ellis is Head of Catchment Science and Observatories at the British Geological Survey. ... Major construction work changes the face of the Earth as surely as a natural disaster.Plastic washed up on the shore is a visible reminder of the impact humanity can have on the Earth.Dr Michael Ellis, ...doi:10.26904/rf-125-0609 fatcat:lqubxtpnybcldpurmajcrpxzum
The combinatorial explosion that plagues planning and reinforcement learning (RL) algorithms can be moderated using state abstraction. Prohibitively large task representations can be condensed such that essential information is preserved, and consequently, solutions are tractably computable. However, exact abstractions, which treat only fully-identical situations as equivalent, fail to present opportunities for abstraction in environments where no two situations are exactly alike. In this work,arXiv:1701.04113v1 fatcat:w3gj4fc27fawber2ipmg7vmcie
more »... we investigate approximate state abstractions, which treat nearly-identical situations as equivalent. We present theoretical guarantees of the quality of behaviors derived from four types of approximate abstractions. Additionally, we empirically demonstrate that approximate abstractions lead to reduction in task complexity and bounded loss of optimality of behavior in a variety of environments.
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