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Certified Public Accountant [chapter]

DSM-IV-TR Casebook: A Learning Companion to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders   unpublished
It has been shown ([4], [3] ) that equidistant letter sequence (ELS) pairs in the book of Genesis (G) form more compact geometric patterns on the surface of a cylinder than is expected at random.  ...  The compactness phenomenon holds for triplets of elements where two elements are words, taken from a lexicon derived from all the words in the Pentateuch, which form co-linear ELSs, and the third element  ...  Acknowledgment We acknowledge the contribution of Yuri Pikover of Los Angeles, whose generous sponsorship of this research made this paper possible.  ... 
doi:10.1176/appi.books.9781585622665.30810 fatcat:n6mmzlpwcfge5fviurrn3n73ee

Benchmarking in a rotating annulus: a comparative experimental and numerical study of baroclinic wave dynamics [article]

Miklos Vincze, Sebastian Borchert, Ulrich Achatz, Thomas von Larcher, Martin Baumann, Claudia Hertel, Sebastian Remmler, Teresa Beck, Kiril Alexandrov, Christoph Egbers, Jochen Froehlich, Vincent Heuveline, Stefan Hickel (+1 others)
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The experimentally and numerically obtained baroclinic wave patterns have been evaluated and compared in terms of their dominant wave modes, spatio-temporal variance properties and drift rates.  ...  The signatures of these waves at the free water surface have been analyzed via infrared thermography in a wide range of rotation rates (keeping the radial temperature difference constant) and under different  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) and is part of the DFG priority program MetStröm (SPP 1276). The experimental team  ... 
arXiv:1403.2715v1 fatcat:ordw6vhgrjewtftfmx2vxz4qaa

Multivariate Analysis of Conserved Sequence–Structure Relationships in Kinesins: Coupling of the Active Site and a Tubulin-binding Sub-domain

Barry J. Grant, J. Andrew McCammon, Leo S.D. Caves, Robert A. Cross
2007 Journal of Molecular Biology  
An extensive computational analysis of available sequence and crystal structure data was used to identify functionally important residue interactions within the motor domain of the kinesin molecular motor  ...  Statistical coupling analysis revealed a network of co-evolving positions that link this region to the nucleotide-binding site, via a highly conserved histidine in the switch I loop.  ...  Capital letters represent residues that occur in at least 25% of sequences, whilst bold letters represent residues that occur in more than 90% of sequences.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmb.2007.02.049 pmid:17399740 fatcat:jl2br27uync3nlcdhlz443qnvu

SPOKEN LETTER RECOGNITION WITH NEURAL NETWORKS

JAKE REYNOLDS, LIONEL TARASSENKO
1992 International Journal of Neural Systems  
The error rate of the RBF was compared with that of a well established method of dynamic classification to examine whether non-linear time normalisation of word patterns was advantageous to generalisation  ...  An RBF employing the optimisation strategy achieved a lower error rate than a multilayer perceptron and two traditional static pattern classifiers on the same problem.  ...  A pseudoin verse technique is used to compute the second layer weights: x; = *+ bt (1.26) Non-linear projection of the input patterns into the space of the kernel function outputs increases the linear  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129065792000188 fatcat:n7bkiv5bs5fkppfnkc6cslnbpa

Melodic accent: Experiments and a tentative model

Joseph M. Thomassen
1982 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
correlation coefficient between predictions and outcomes being 0.76.  ...  The perception of accent in tone sequences is a constructive process in which physical cues are matched against anticipated accents.  ...  FIG. 6 . 6 Hence the categorical responses were transformed into points on a linear scale with boundaries 0 and 1 for the most irregular and most regular tone sequences.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.387814 fatcat:32tkx4nmlffynjb2xfnmnhl4pa

Hierarchical and Non-Hierarchical Linear and Non-Linear Clustering Methods to "Shakespeare Authorship Question"

Refat Aljumily
2015 Social Sciences  
More specifically, the mathematically based methodology used here is based on Mean Proximity, as a linear hierarchical clustering method, and on Principal Components Analysis, as a non-hierarchical linear  ...  The aim of which is to compare the degrees of similarity within and between limited samples of text (the disputed plays).  ...  Acknowledgments The author wishes to thank all those who dedicated their time answering my queries and providing me with valuable comments during the preparation of this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci4030758 fatcat:rx2pikivyfeethy6gxt3c5hyu4

Islamic star patterns in absolute geometry

Craig S. Kaplan, David H. Salesin
2004 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
Erasing the underlying tiling and joining together the inferred motifs produces the star patterns.  ...  We present Najm, a set of tools built on the axioms of absolute geometry for exploring the design space of Islamic star patterns.  ...  We represent a design element as a piecewise-linear path that starts at M , the midpoint of one of the edges of P, and wanders around inside P.  ... 
doi:10.1145/990002.990003 fatcat:ukgpkv263jcyhehd5wgtopeybu

Toward Octavio Paz: A Reading of His Major Poems 1957-1976

Malva E. Filer, John M. Fein
1987 World literature today  
In this way the poem grows by accretion, avoids a linear pattern, and develops the concept of revision suggested by the title.  ...  that makes of that negation the point of departure of the song, equidistant from affirmation and negation ....  ...  [This group of thirteen names can be applied to the initial verse of "Artemis." ....  ... 
doi:10.2307/40143058 fatcat:k35fafslw5dxhhojiu5vyr5tnm

A New Approach to Detection of Changes in Multidimensional Patterns

Tomasz Gałkowski, Adam Krzyżak, Zbigniew Filutowicz
2020 Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing Research  
The main focus of this paper is detection of change and classification of its type. Many algorithms have been proposed to detect abnormalities and deviations in the data.  ...  The proposed change detection algorithm is applied to oneand two-dimensional patterns to detect the abrupt changes.  ...  Optimal choice of smoothing sequence or bandwidth is rather difficult and it is often data dependent, see [50, 9, 1] .  ... 
doi:10.2478/jaiscr-2020-0009 fatcat:7msl5567xnexbdidac6kg22wiu

Protein structure: geometry, topology and classification

William R Taylor, Alex C W May, Nigel P Brown, András Aszódi
2001 Reports on progress in physics (Print)  
Following an analysis of the current state of the classification of proteins, more abstract geometric and topological representations are explored, including the occurrence of knotted topologies.  ...  Computer methods for the automatic comparison and classification of these structures are then reviewed with an analysis of the statistical significance of comparing different shapes.  ...  Acknowledgments David Jones and Jaap Heringa are thanked for help with some of the figures.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0034-4885/64/4/203 fatcat:l6fpa5l4v5cz5mwhehc3m5iqyi

Rhythmic Feel as Meter

Rainer Polak
2010 Music Theory Online  
This stable rhythmic feel pattern, SFL, is unmistakable and non-interchangeable with a second ternary pattern, which is characterized by long, flexible, flexible subpulses (LFF) and occurs in other pieces  ...  I further analyze how schemes of binary and ternary beat subdivisions can be synchronized to operate in parallel. Such metric nesting is based on the patterned non-isochrony of rhythmic feels.  ...  Groove relies on the recycling-repetition and variation-of a few basic standard phrases. (37) Movement requires the alternation and sequencing of the groove cycles, and the insertion of linear (non-repetitive  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.16.4.4 fatcat:6nkw7zofjrevbhy5v2ah67bwky

Elements of Mathematics: A Problem-Centered Approach to History and Foundations [article]

Gabor Toth
2022 Zenodo  
In general, naïve theory in mathematics is a term referring to a mathematical theory that employs natural language to describe its objects of study.  ...  Many terms in a naïve theory are not defined with mathematical rigor, and thus the theory is prone to "excesses," possibly leading to inconsistencies.  ...  Note, however, that the Fibonacci sequence was known to Indian mathematicians around the 6th century. Fibonacci introduced this sequence as the pattern of growth of a population of pairs of rabbits.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6080520 fatcat:7cxkxhgpevgvnf7pe3irxrh7xy

Neural Information Retrieval: A Literature Review [article]

Ye Zhang, Md Mustafizur Rahman, Alex Braylan, Brandon Dang, Heng-Lu Chang, Henna Kim, Quinten McNamara, Aaron Angert, Edward Banner, Vivek Khetan, Tyler McDonnell, An Thanh Nguyen (+3 others)
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we survey the current landscape of Neural IR research, paying special attention to the use of learned representations of queries and documents (i.e., neural embeddings).  ...  While deep NNs have yet to achieve the same level of success in IR as seen in other areas, the recent surge of interest and work in NNs for IR suggest that this state of affairs may be quickly changing  ...  Additional Authors The following additional students at the University of Texas at Austin contributed indirectly to the writing of this literature review: Manu Agarwal, Edward Babbe, Anuparna Banerjee,  ... 
arXiv:1611.06792v3 fatcat:i2eqfj5l25epjcytgvifta4y4i

The Interactive Narrative

Fiona Kerr
2018 Figshare  
It outlines issues to do with interface design, interface metaphors and games level design, through the lens of narrative structures.By examining a number of early games, models for interactive narratives  ...  Those of the sequence, selection and repetition (Mueller and Morrison 1995) . (See Figure 11 .) The sequence is a series of actions or events that follow each other in a linear fashion.  ...  The user has to feel that they are participating in the ongoing action of the representation. Being presented with a linear sequence, or a set of linear sequences, is not interaction.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7188305.v1 fatcat:4t3osw77wzepzkqajwdwmgsotq

6. Contracting Time [chapter]

Lily Dessau
2021 Romanticism and Time  
Acknowledgements This book originates from an international conference on 'Romanticism and  ...  an impression of linearity and ineluctable movement forward through time, is conveyed by the succession of Walton's dated letters and by the other letters in the narrative, Elizabeth's 18 March and 18  ...  Here, time is transformed into empirical sequences (rhythmic patterns), which in turn are formalised by mathematical means.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0232.06 fatcat:qvh2tzl2ozayhiomktspox42qi
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