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., Matching theory-a sampler: from D&es Kijnig to the present, Discrete Mathematics 100 (1992) 177-219. * ... We would also be remiss did we not thank Pulleyblank for his professional assistance in the presentation and associated 'media show' that accompanied the talk at Hindsgavl which formed the preliminary ... Acknowledgements We would like to take this opportunity to gracefully acknowledge the kind assistance of Richard Anstee, Laci Babai, David Johnson, Dick Karp, Laci Lovaisz, Mike Luby, Bill Pulleyblank ...doi:10.1016/0012-365x(92)90640-2 fatcat:4qibuxklhreuxpawcf32lgb47m
We present a greedy linear time algorithm for this problem in the case of interval graphs.” 93d:05120 05C70 68R10 Plummer, Michael D. (1-VDB) Matching theory—a sampler: from Dénes Konig to the present. ... Indeed, the last of these topics forms a substantial part of the paper. A chronology of the development of matching theory is also included. Charles H. C. ...
The 20th Annual Meeting of SETAC GLB took place September 7–10, 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland. The complete program and abstracts are available as Additional file 1. ... Acknowledgement -"This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 282818" Acknowledgement ... : This study is financially supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation Acknowledgement: The project 'NiddaMan' is funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) within the ReWaM ...doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3645458_d1.v1 fatcat:3clpd4gb3bfhroryg6c4goeinu
Therefore, we also iden-The assumptions for the MCS require forecasts to be obtained from a rolling window estimation approach. Thus, we present results for a pseudo-MCS here. ... First, economic theory points to a decrease of the fundamental component of stock prices in response to a contractionary monetary policy shock for two reasons: First, a monetary tightening decreases future ... The priors for the initial states of the coecients, the covariances and the log standard errors are assumed to be normally distributed. ...fatcat:hn5vbhynxzaejiqk5mu5dpvc7i