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The laws of OCCAM programming

A.W. Roscoe, C.A.R. Hoare
1988 Theoretical Computer Science  
One of the attractive features of occam is the large number of memorable algebraic laws which exist relating programs.  ...  They are thus, purely a simply, uninitialised variables, which contain a nondeterministically chosen constant value throughout the life of J?  ...  assigned to by one Pi and used (in any way) in another, and that no Pi has a free occurrence of any of the channels co, . . . , cm.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0304-3975(88)90049-7 fatcat:tvqtkoum4rhujazkzlcetu4mgm

Page 621 of Journal of Clinical Oncology Vol. 25, Issue 5 [page]

2007 Journal of Clinical Oncology  
. = APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY COB-MARCH 12, 2007 ded ose DHHS, NIH and NCI are Equal Opportunity Employers nd: try em ; " / HEMATOLOGY/ ng, Pi, Enjoy VY Ochsner ___ONCOLOGY OR ites aint Life and  ...  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE The Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM), Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis  ... 

Balancing Accuracy and Parsimony in Genetic Programming

Byoung-Tak Zhang, Heinz Mühlenbein
1995 Evolutionary Computation  
The effectiveness of this approach is empirically shown on the induction of sigma-pi neural networks for solving a real-world medical diagnosis problem as well as benchmark tasks. machine learning, tree  ...  Genetic programming is distinguished from other evolutionary algorithms in that it uses tree representations of variable size instead of linear strings of fixed length.  ...  In Figure 7 , for example, the number of units of parent Bi has increased by replacing one of its pi-subtrees with the sigmasigma-pi-subtree of parent 4.  ... 
doi:10.1162/evco.1995.3.1.17 fatcat:6bygnncdmfddzgfsveszjx757u

Page 215 of The Philosophical Review Vol. 37, Issue 3 [page]

1928 The Philosophical Review  
Tours to William of Occam, accompanied consistently by a waning faith in reason.  ...  THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SCHOLASTICISM. 215 those early years of our modern first success in the life of reason.  ... 

Meta-simulation of large WSN on multi-core computers

Adnan Iqbal, Bernard Pottier
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 Spring Simulation Multiconference on - SpringSim '10  
The tool flow targets an Occam compiler producing efficient multi-threaded binaries. We expect the final flow of this project to enable sensor code production out of the simulated specification.  ...  The WSN design problem is of high complexity, and requires robust methodologies, including simulation support.  ...  We are using the compiler KRoC (Kent Retargetable occam-pi Compiler) producing native code for current i386 processors [16] . Flexibility: Flexibility is an important aspect of any simulation tool.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1878537.1878676 fatcat:penbjrh2nvaethhd5od7m3eu74

Community based Ubiquitous System Development in Multi-agent Environment

Youna Jung, Jungtae Lee, Minkoo Kim
2006 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
In addition, so far, a developer of a ubiquitous system should start from scratch and think about the action as an individual component and also the action as a member of cooperative organization at same  ...  In many case of ubiquitous computing environments, users and devices interact and cooperate each other to attain some goals.  ...  In a CCM, the life cycle of agents and communities is described.  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/JungLK06 fatcat:3p6huoe5ljbu3bxyhmatehjuge

A Computational Theory of Learning Causal Relationships

Michael Pazzani
1991 Cognitive Science  
Next, it is argued that human learning of causal relationships is facilitated by a theory of causality.  ...  This knowledge is called a theory of causality. This article first defines the learning task in terms of the knowledge acquired by the learner and the theory of causality the learner starts with.  ...  pI, suggests that ?e motivates ?g for ?p2. OCCAM uses this pattern when it is given a series of observations of parents helping their children and strangers not assisting a child.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog1503_3 fatcat:yjptg4bygfarjn2zwfxrbhtdmm

A computational theory of learning causal relationships

M PAZZANI
1991 Cognitive Science  
Next, it is argued that human learning of causal relationships is facilitated by a theory of causality.  ...  This knowledge is called a theory of causality. This article first defines the learning task in terms of the knowledge acquired by the learner and the theory of causality the learner starts with.  ...  pI, suggests that ?e motivates ?g for ?p2. OCCAM uses this pattern when it is given a series of observations of parents helping their children and strangers not assisting a child.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0364-0213(91)80003-n fatcat:ky2s3vewinaf7exfrdjpkh672q

OCCAM: An Optimization-Based Approach to Network Inference [article]

Anirudh Sabnis, Ramesh K. Sitaraman, Donald Towsley
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Specifically, OCCAM infers the topology with an average network similarity score of 93% and infers routing paths with a path edit distance of 0.20.  ...  OCCAM infers the internal topology of a communication network, including the internal nodes and links of the network that are not amenable to direct measurement.  ...  Also, using just DMs, OCCAM infers truth, OCCAM with PSM inputs does produce a high- the right number of internal nodes for 9 out of the 12 quality inference of the network.  ... 
arXiv:1806.03542v2 fatcat:ezju2dylrvaydmd42wfgsqph7q

Three Dimensional Modelling of Kharga Reservoir Water, New Valley-Egypt, Using Magnetotelluric Data

Mahmoud Mohamed Mekkawi, Tarek Arafa Hamed, Puwis Amatykul, Yasuo Ogawa, Magdy Atya
2017 Journal of Geology & Geophysics  
Figure 6 : (a) 1D-MT models using Bostick (upper), (b) Occam (middle) and (c) 2D-MT model using Rebocc (lower), respectively.  ...  Magdy Atya, principle investigator (PI) of STDF Kharga project for financial support and providing the chance to carry out magnetotelluric survey in Kharga Oasis.  ...  At Tokyo Institute of Technology, Prof Yasuo Ogawa, gave me all support and encouragement during interpretation. Also many thanks to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2381-8719.1000318 fatcat:jqbpnnwm2vf33d6fiagofnvkni

Page 308 of Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts Vol. , Issue 2729 [page]

1860 Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts  
The rugged problems of a nation’s daily life and duty were unsolved. Wyclif, then, was not the opponent of Occam, but was his legitimate successor.  ...  With ar^ments like these Wyclif appears to have occu- I pied the leisure of some years.  ... 

A process-oriented architecture for complex system modelling

C. G. Ritson, P. H. Welch
2010 Concurrency and Computation  
This is a CSP inspired design, expressed and implemented using the occam-pi language. It is part of the TUNA pilot study on nanite assemblers at the universities of York, Surrey and Kent.  ...  An architecture for a three dimensional model (relying strongly on the dynamic and mobile capabilities of occam-pi) is given, along with mechanisms for visualisation and interaction.  ...  Platelets are non-living agents present in certain concentrations in blood; they are continually formed in bone marrow and have a half-life of around 10 days. Normally, they are inactive.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1433 fatcat:imzbustncbgsnd66ltezrle4y4

Page 63 of World Affairs Vol. 58, Issue 3 [page]

1896 World Affairs  
sought ever to realize a higher life, show- ing itself now in William of Occam in the end of the 13th century, now in the poetry of Chaucer, now in the brave and learned John Wicklif of Lutterworth, the  ...  In Italy in those Protestant peoples in the valleys of Pied- mont. In Austria in Huss and his followers.  ... 

Bounded Cognitive Resources and Arbitrary Domains [chapter]

Abdul Rahim Nizamani, Jonas Juel, Ulf Persson, Claes Strannegård
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
He guided me throughout the course of my doctoral studies, from the initial phase of getting admitted, to the very end of writing this thesis.  ...  The second part comprises of five papers, each extending a model of inductive reasoning that can learn axioms of any arbitrary symbolic domain from random examples.  ...  life.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21365-1_18 fatcat:zxkyeje6ujhjbftzmtmh5hdgiy

Research-Design Issues in Cancer-Symptom–Management Trials Using Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Lessons From the National Cancer Institute Community Clinical Oncology Program Experience

David R. Buchanan, Jeffrey D. White, Ann M. O'Mara, Joseph W. Kelaghan, Wendy B. Smith, Lori M. Minasian
2005 Journal of Clinical Oncology  
In 1997, Americans spent an estimated $36 to $47 billion on CAM ther pies. Rates of CAM use are exceptionally high among patients with cancer or other life-threatening illnesses.”  ...  A major goal of OCCAM is to integrate rigorous CAM research into all divisions of the NCI.  ... 
doi:10.1200/jco.2005.10.728 pmid:16170176 fatcat:rhocwq2yhrbjbgsl7julrplsiu
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