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A rigorous and robust quantum speed-up in supervised machine learning [article]

Yunchao Liu, Srinivasan Arunachalam, Kristan Temme
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we establish a rigorous quantum speed-up for supervised classification using a quantum learning algorithm that only requires classical access to data.  ...  Most of these learning algorithms assume quantum access to data; and it is unclear if quantum speed-ups still exist without making these strong assumptions.  ...  This idea leads to a simple quantum machine learning algorithm that makes no additional assumptions on data access and has rigorous and robust performance guarantees.  ... 
arXiv:2010.02174v1 fatcat:2tlrvbkszrfcjc57oi2igtb42a

Rigorous modeling of high-speed semiconductor devices

Vassil Palankovski, Siegfried Selberherr
2004 Microelectronics and reliability  
The work includes a detailed comparison of device simulators and current transport models to be used, and addresses critical modeling issues.  ...  We present the state-of-the-art in simulation for industrial heterostructure devices based on SiGe/Si and III-V compound semiconductors.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work is supported by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Project P14483-MAT, by austriamicrosystems AG, Unterpremstätten, Austria, by Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany, and by the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.microrel.2004.02.009 fatcat:52dfbz773veztoqe527ptltj2m

A rigorous method to calculate the rising speed of gas kick

Kegang Ling, Jun He, Jun Ge, Peng Pei, Zheng Shen
2014 Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology  
In this research, we derived a rigorous model to estimate the rising speed of gas kick.  ...  The rising speed of gas kick is an important parameter in well control operation.  ...  and the source are credited.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13202-014-0111-4 fatcat:a3hm2zqyyvgetimnvchtd47lne

Rigorous Asymptotic Expansions for Critical Wave Speeds in a Family of Scalar Reaction-Diffusion Equations

Nikola Popović, Tasso J. Kaper
2006 Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations  
We derive rigorous asymptotic expansions for these critical speeds by perturbing off the classical FKPP and bistable cases.  ...  Merkin and D.  ...  The research of N.P. and T.J.K. was supported in part by NSF grants DMS-0109427 and DMS-0306523, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10884-005-9002-1 fatcat:4nvyqvfzjne57ljoq3i4iuavmm

The Influence of Ca2+ Concentration around Myofibrillar Mg2+-ATPase on the Speed and Pattern of Rigor Mortis in Fish Species or Cultured and Wild Fish

Mutsuyosi Tsuchimoto, Takaharu Yamaga, Kyung Hee Lee, Zihua Wu, Tosio Misima, Katsuyasu Tachibana
1998 Fisheries Science  
The influence of Ca2+ concentration around myofibrillar Mg2+-ATPase on the speed and pattern of rigor mortis in fish species or cultured and wild fish was studied.  ...  The progress of muscular contraction differed among fish species and between cultured and wild fish of the same species, and which were seen in four parameters of rigor mortis: the progressive speed, pattern  ...  The influence of Ca2+ concentration around myofibrillar Mg2+-ATPase on the speed and pattern of rigor mortis in fish species or cultured and wild fish was studied.  ... 
doi:10.2331/fishsci.64.148 fatcat:epuwtjjabvfifcyhip7nn3hkpm

Numerical Model and Validation for Cryogenic High-Speed Cavitating Flow Based on Bubble Size Distribution Model in Consideration of Rigorous Heat Transfer around Bubble and Bubble Oscillation
厳密な気泡周りの伝熱と気泡振動を考慮した気泡径分布モデルに基づく極低温高速キャビテーション流のための計算モデルとその検証

Yutaka ITO
2008 JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES  
A bubble size distribution model has been developed by the author for a cryogenic high-speed cavitating flow of a turbo-pump in a liquid fuel rocket engine.  ...  In this paper, a new bubble size distribution model was redeveloped, in which the bubble growth/decay calculations employ a new method combining two rigorous methods, namely, a Rayleigh-Plesset equation  ...  ., Sugiyama, K. and Matsumaoto, Y.: Physical Modeling and Solution Algorithm for Cavitating Simulations, AIAA Paper 2001-2652, 2001. 8) Fujii, K., Shimizu, T., Yamanishi, N., Kato, C., Kasagi, N. and Iwamoto  ... 
doi:10.2322/jjsass.56.456 fatcat:b4hyy7ju4jeyjk6tdzmnlsohre

A Rigorous Method to Calculate the Rising Speed of Gas Kick

Kegang Ling, Jun He, Zheng Shen
2013 SPE Unconventional Gas Conference and Exhibition   unpublished
In this research, we derived a rigorous model to estimate the rising speed of gas kick.  ...  The rising speed of gas kick is an important parameter in well control operation.  ...  and the source are credited.  ... 
doi:10.2118/164010-ms fatcat:ehlyf7vq45f7lmxiwthvhcui5i

Rigorous modeling of high-speed semiconductor devices

V. Palankovski, S. Selberherr
2003 IEEE Conference on Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits (IEEE Cat. No.03TH8668)  
The work includes a detailed comparison of device simulators and current transport models to be used, and addresses critical modeling issues.  ...  We present the state-of-the-art in simulation for industrial heterostructure devices based on SiGe/Si and III-V compound semiconductors.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work is supported by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Project P14483-MAT, by austriamicrosystems AG, Unterpremstätten, Austria, by Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany, and by the  ... 
doi:10.1109/edssc.2003.1283498 fatcat:sfcmm7s435dizccaxi34rc6j6q

Career development orientation and activities among middle managers

Mitsuru WAKABAYASHI
1988 Japanese Journal of Administrative Science  
more rigorously relative to the low speed of promotion managers.  ...  Results of analyses indicated that the High speed managers see their careers with more investment done by the company and by themselves, and engage in career development activities more rigorously, compared  ...  would perceive their organizational careers more positively, and engage in career development activities more rigorously relative to the low speed of promotion managers.  ... 
doi:10.5651/jaas.3.23 fatcat:fmhgsxkbfvdtlfich5jldmkzda

Differences in Progress of Rigor Mortis between Cultured Red Sea Bream and Cultured Japanese Flounder

Kyung Hee Lee, Mutsuyosi Tsuchimoto, Takahiro Onishi, Zi-hua Wu, Abdul Jabarsyah, Tosio Misima, Katsuyasu Tachibana
1998 Fisheries Science  
Therefore, in both cases of common rigor mortis and cold rigor mortis, it was considered that the change of progression speed of rigor mortis with the decrease of storage temperature was caused by the  ...  Iwamoto et al. 1,4,1,12) however, found almost no correlation between the progression speed of rigor mortis and the total amounts of ATP resolu tion in red sea bream, Japanese flounder, and several sea  ... 
doi:10.2331/fishsci.64.309 fatcat:wwmnltbnpzgijbqilzjrqulwiy

Page 870 of The Journal of General Physiology Vol. 42, Issue 5 [page]

1959 The Journal of General Physiology  
force and speed, and thus this component is in an active state like that of normally activated contractile ele- ments.  ...  ., this is consistent with the fact that shortening speed in rigor is much less than that of normal contraction.  ... 

Page 341 of The Journal of Educational Research Vol. 3, Issue 5 [page]

1921 The Journal of Educational Research  
Third; he should read at top speed but within the limits of perfect comprehension and without fluster. Fourth, he should be tested rigorously over the material read.  ...  will be rigorously tested.  ... 

Stiffness of skinned rabbit psoas fibers in MgATP and MgPPi solution

B. Brenner, J.M. Chalovich, L.E. Greene, E. Eisenberg, M. Schoenberg
1986 Biophysical Journal  
In press.) which suggest that -60-90% of the cross-bridges attached in rigor are attached in relaxed fibers at an ionic strength of 20 mM and -2-10% of this number of cross-bridges are attached in a relaxed  ...  This speed dependence of apparent fiber stiffness is likely due to cross-bridges detaching and reattaching during the stiffness measurement (Schoenberg, 1985. Biophys. J. 48:467).  ...  (b) speeds of stretch up to 2,300 FIGURE 7 7 Apparent fiber stiffness at different speeds of stretch in rigor (x), and in the presence of 4 mM MgPPi (0). Ionic strength, 120 mM.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(86)83509-3 pmid:3022835 pmcid:PMC1329847 fatcat:xertqlovq5e4xhxq2epka6a5pi

Weakly attached cross-bridges in relaxed frog muscle fibers

D.W. Jung, T. Blangé, H. de Graaf, B.W. Treijtel
1989 Biophysical Journal  
Tension responses due to small, rapid length changes (completed within 40,s) were obtained from skinned single frog muscle fiber segments (4-10 mm length) incubated in relaxing and rigor solutions at various  ...  The (apparent or chord) stiffness of rigor rabbit psoas fibers (Brenner et al., 1986; Schoenberg, 1988) and frog fibers (Schoenberg, 1988) was independent of the speed of the length change (speeds  ...  Both Brenner et al. and Schoenberg assumed that no higher rigor stiffness would be measured with speeds of stretch higher than they used.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(89)82858-9 pmid:2785823 pmcid:PMC1330543 fatcat:d53jexztzvhavifq26jcemff5q

Sequence-based heuristics for faster annotation of non-coding RNA families

Z. Weinberg, W. L. Ruzzo
2005 Bioinformatics  
Covariance Models (CMs) are a useful statistical tool to find new members of an ncRNA gene family in a large genome database, using both sequence and, importantly, RNA secondary structure information.  ...  However, these rigorous filters make searches slower than heuristics could be. Results: In this paper we introduce profile HMM-based heuristic filters.  ...  Green and departmental colleagues for helpful discussions, and anonymous referees for their feedback. This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health grants R01 HG02602 and NIH HG-00035.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bti743 pmid:16267089 fatcat:zkx72xlcxjf47li4a3zlaqpcuq
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