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Exploring the Infinite: Developments in Set Theory

Ronald B . Jensen
1998 Mitteilungen der DMV  
Sonderbeilage z um ICM'98 in B erlin even money that a probabilistic proof of the funct ional equation for the Riemann zeta function can be given along these lines.  ...  Ronald B.  ...  The latter task is har·der than it sounds, as t he pioneering work of Anders Björner Exploring the Infinite: Developments in Set Theory by R onald B . J ensen and Mark Haiman has shown.  ... 
doi:10.1515/dmvm-1998-0216 fatcat:6kh5xs52pzfptg6xlggaha4b5u

Nova-1 Regulates Neuron-Specific Alternative Splicing and Is Essential for Neuronal Viability

Kirk B Jensen, B.Kate Dredge, Giovanni Stefani, Ru Zhong, Ronald J Buckanovich, Hirotaka J Okano, Yolanda Y.L Yang, Robert B Darnell
2000 Neuron  
(D-F) Solid boxed area in (B) is shown at high magnification in (D).  ...  (B) Southern blot analysis of ES cells transfected with Nova-1 targeting construct.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0896-6273(00)80900-9 pmid:10719891 fatcat:ne3koc4lx5aufmwzm5j7sdomf4

Mountain Waves Entering the Stratosphere

Ronald B. Smith, Bryan K. Woods, Jorgen Jensen, William A. Cooper, James D. Doyle, Qingfang Jiang, Vanda Grubišić
2008 Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences  
Thus, in B coordinates, there may be two components to the wave momentum flux: MF x B ϭ ͵ uЈ B wЈ dx B , ͑9a͒ MF y B ϭ ͵ Ј B wЈ dx B , ͑9b͒ with units N m Ϫ1 .  ...  b.  ... 
doi:10.1175/2007jas2598.1 fatcat:pw5vij76hvhcrfulsnzq7lbl5m

Analytic studies of foam cells from breast cancer precursors

Eileen B. King, Lois K. Kromhout, Karen L. Chew, Brian H. Mayall, Nicholas L. Petrakis, Ronald H. Jensen, Ian T. Young
1984 Cytometry  
FIG. 1 . 1 A, B. Foam cells are seen in duct lining epithelium and form the preponderance of cells in the lumen. X40. B. Higher magnification of foam cells in epithelium. x250.  ...  is based We have been unable to distinguish morphologic difon the intimate association of foam cells with duct epi-ferences in foam cells from benign and malignant breasts thelium in tissue (Fig. lA,B)  ... 
doi:10.1002/cyto.990050205 pmid:6201327 fatcat:em727xlfojdktlhlfbvrd53hse

Genetic risk variants for social anxiety

Murray B. Stein, Chia-Yen Chen, Sonia Jain, Kevin P. Jensen, Feng He, Steven G. Heeringa, Ronald C. Kessler, Adam Maihofer, Matthew K. Nock, Stephan Ripke, Xiaoying Sun, Michael L. Thomas (+3 others)
2017 American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics  
(b) European American samples, identifying a genome-wide significant association for social anxiety with rs708012 on Chr 6 (l GC ¼ 1.020).  ...  FIG. 3 . 3 Regional plots of (a, top panel) rs78924501 on Chr 1 in African American subjects and (b, bottom panel) rs708012 on Chr 6 in European American subjects. LDSC.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.b.32541 pmid:28512750 fatcat:dxtuwbzc3ne6fprfs4klem6hem

Genetic risk variants for social anxiety

Murray B. Stein, Chia-Yen Chen, Sonia Jain, Kevin P. Jensen, Feng He, Steven G. Heeringa, Ronald C. Kessler, Adam Maihofer, Matthew K. Nock, Stephan Ripke, Xiaoying Sun, Michael L. Thomas (+3 others)
2017 American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics  
(b) European American samples, identifying a genome-wide significant association for social anxiety with rs708012 on Chr 6 (l GC ¼ 1.020).  ...  FIG. 3 . 3 Regional plots of (a, top panel) rs78924501 on Chr 1 in African American subjects and (b, bottom panel) rs708012 on Chr 6 in European American subjects. LDSC.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajmg.b.32520 pmid:28224735 pmcid:PMC5325045 fatcat:6grpogvgl5clhcabmcxbvxgvi4

Impact of diagnosis and treatment of clinically localized prostate cancer on health-related quality of life for older Americans

Bryce B. Reeve, Angela M. Stover, Roxanne E. Jensen, Ronald C. Chen, Kathryn L. Taylor, Steven B. Clauser, Sean P. Collins, Arnold L. Potosky
2012 Cancer  
Background-Few studies have measured the longitudinal change in health-related quality of life (HRQOL) of prostate cancer patients starting prior to cancer diagnosis, or provide simultaneous comparisons with a matched non-cancer cohort. Our study addresses these gaps by providing unique estimates of the effects of a cancer diagnosis on HRQOL accounting for the confounding effects of ageing and comorbidity. Methods-The Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results registry data were linked with
more » ... Medicare Health Outcomes Survey (MHOS) data. Eligible patients (n=445) were Medicare beneficiaries, aged 65 years and older, from 1998-2003 whose first prostate cancer diagnosis occurred between their baseline and follow-up MHOS. Using propensity score matching, we identified 2225 participants without cancer in the MHOS. Analysis of covariance models were used to estimate changes in HRQOL as assessed with the Short Form-36 and activities of daily living scale. Results-Before diagnosis, prostate cancer patients reported similar HRQOL to men without cancer. Following diagnosis, men with prostate cancer experienced significant decrements in physical, mental, and social aspects of their lives relative to controls, especially within the first 6 months from diagnosis. For men surveyed beyond one year after diagnosis, HRQOL was similar to controls. However, we observed an increased risk for major depressive disorder among men undergoing either conservative management or external beam radiation. Conclusions-These findings illustrate the time-sensitive nature of decline in HRQOL after a cancer diagnosis and enhance our understanding of the impact of prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment on older men' physical, mental, and social well-being.
doi:10.1002/cncr.27578 pmid:22544633 pmcid:PMC3410051 fatcat:m4455nuwffgj7pw2mskc6g4izq

Quantification of Arsenolipids in the Certified Reference Material NMIJ 7405-a (Hijiki) using HPLC/Mass Spectrometry after Chemical Derivatization

Ronald A. Glabonjat, Georg Raber, Kenneth B. Jensen, Josef Ehgartner, Kevin A. Francesconi
2014 Analytical Chemistry  
0.1% formic acid in ethanol gradient 0−3 min, 70% B; 3−10 min, 90% B; 10−20 min, 90% B splitter 20% delivered to ICPMS or ESMS support flow 1% formic acid in water (containing internal standard:  ...  Data evaluation was carried out with chromatographic software MassHunter Version B.01.01 (Agilent Technologies, Waldbronn, Germany).  ... 
doi:10.1021/ac502488f pmid:25241916 pmcid:PMC4204452 fatcat:nje6ggqgtjg5pptohjmkv3obmy

Arsenolipid biosynthesis by the unicellular alga Dunaliella tertiolecta is influenced by As/P ratio in culture experiments

Ronald A. Glabonjat, Josef Ehgartner, Elliott G. Duncan, Georg Raber, Kenneth B. Jensen, Frank Krikowa, William A. Maher, Kevin A. Francesconi
2018 Metallomics  
Culture experiments exposing unicellular algae to varying arsenate/phosphate regimes and determining their arsenometallomes by HPLC–MS shows the interconnection of arsenolipids and water-soluble arsenicals.
doi:10.1039/c7mt00249a pmid:29251312 fatcat:ywqumji2qvgd7kjy2woxb7mzrq

A Multicountry Assessment of Tropical Resource Monitoring by Local Communities

Finn Danielsen, Per M. Jensen, Neil D. Burgess, Ronald Altamirano, Philip A. Alviola, Herizo Andrianandrasana, Justin S. Brashares, A. Cole Burton, Indiana Coronado, Nancy Corpuz, Martin Enghoff, Jon Fjeldså (+15 others)
2014 BioScience  
Abbreviations: B, birds; M, mammals; R, resource use.  ...  Yasué et al. 2010 Marine Reef fish abundance No b There was a gap between community perceptions and biological survey results on changes in fish abundance, size, and diversity.  ... 
doi:10.1093/biosci/biu001 fatcat:plqwle7uvjfxjc3srvqj5mpsiy

Stratospheric Gravity Wave Fluxes and Scales during DEEPWAVE

Ronald B. Smith, Alison D. Nugent, Christopher G. Kruse, David C. Fritts, James D. Doyle, Steven D. Eckermann, Michael J. Taylor, Andreas Dörnbrack, M. Uddstrom, William Cooper, Pavel Romashkin, Jorgen Jensen (+1 others)
2016 Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences  
Aspiring from flights (a) RF12 and (b) RF16.  ...  An idealized example of downshifting is given in appendix B using an analytical linear hydrostatic formulation.  ... 
doi:10.1175/jas-d-15-0324.1 fatcat:iqqe2noj5bfx7ev2zfqfhv6xjm

Temporal Logic in Database Query Languages [chapter]

Hans Hinterberger, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Vipul Kashyap, Vijay Khatri, Richard T. Snodgrass, Paolo Terenziani, Manolis Koubarakis, Yue Zhang, James B. D. Joshi, Johann Gamper, Michael Böhlen, Christian S. Jensen (+145 others)
2009 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
To demonstrate the expressive power of Metric Temporal Logic, consider the query Q b : "For every time instant, who has been in the room Bell 224 at that instant for at least 2 hours?": ∃r.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_402 fatcat:hgn3osgehngovi5qcztaro3ube

Temporal Relational Calculus [chapter]

Hans Hinterberger, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Vipul Kashyap, Vijay Khatri, Richard T. Snodgrass, Paolo Terenziani, Manolis Koubarakis, Yue Zhang, James B. D. Joshi, Johann Gamper, Michael Böhlen, Christian S. Jensen (+145 others)
2009 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
SYNONYMS two-sorted first-order logic DEFINITION Temporal Relational Calculus (TRC) is a temporal query language extending the relational calculus. In addition to data variables and quantifiers ranging over a data domain (a universe of uninterpreted constants), temporal relational calculus allows temporal variables and quantifiers ranging over an appropriate time domain [1]. MAIN TEXT A natural temporal extension of the relational calculus allows explicit variables and quantification over a
more » ... n time domain, in addition to the variables and quantifiers over a data domain of uninterpreted constants. The language is simply the two-sorted version (variables and constants are temporal or non-temporal) of first-order logic over a data domain D and a time domain T . The syntax of the two-sorted first-order language over a database schema ρ = {R 1 , . . . , R k } is defined by the grammar rule: In the grammar, t i 's are used to denote temporal variables and x i 's to denote data (non-temporal) variables. The atomic formulae t i < t j provide means to refer to the underlying ordering of the time domain. Note that the schema ρ contains schemas of timestamped temporal relations (see the entry Point-stamped Temporal Models). Given a point-timestamped database DB and a two-sorted valuation θ, the semantics of a TRC query Q is defined in the standard way (similarly to the semantics of relational calculus) using the satisfaction relation DB, θ |= Q: is the interpretation of the predicate symbol R j in the database DB. The answer to a query Q over DB is the set Q(DB) of valuations that make Q true in DB. Namely, is the restriction of the valuation θ to the free variables of Q. In many cases, the definition of TRC imposes additional restrictions on valid TRC queries: Restrictions on free variables: often the number of free temporal variables in TRC queries can be restricted to guarantee closure over the underlying data model (e.g., a single-dimensional timestamp data model or the bitemporal model). Note that this restriction applies only to queries, not to subformulas of queries. Range restrictions: another common restriction is to require queries to be range restricted to guarantee domain independence. In the case of TRC (and many other abstract query languages), these restrictions depend crucially on the chosen concrete encoding of temporal databases (see the entry Abstract and Concrete Temporal Query Languages). For example, no range restrictions are needed for temporal variables when
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_1531 fatcat:bhn2grmlevbarpfw6mesv47x3u

Temporal Logic [chapter]

Hans Hinterberger, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Vipul Kashyap, Vijay Khatri, Richard T. Snodgrass, Paolo Terenziani, Manolis Koubarakis, Yue Zhang, James B. D. Joshi, Johann Gamper, Michael Böhlen, Christian S. Jensen (+145 others)
2009 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
Why do we consider extensions to the standard logical language(s)? Requirements of knowledge representation / domain modelling ¡ Representation of structured domains / structured objects Ontological parsimony of standard logic; domains are "flat" Need for expressive adequateness and notational efficiency ¡ Object sorts: Multisorted logics ¡ Intensional expressions: Create contexts which violate standard principles of logic, e.g. substitution of identities ¡ Modalities: Necessity and possibility
more » ... Epistemic operators (knowledge and belief) ¡ Temporal logic ¡ Intensional logic with types for natural language semantics: Montague G. Görz, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Inf. 8 ¡ First order logics in which more than one sort of individual variables exists; ¡ are interpreted not over a unique domain, but on a variety of domains;
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_3766 fatcat:hpjlbpwqufgpbbaohucodz3u5a

Term Statistics for Structured Text Retrieval [chapter]

Hans Hinterberger, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Vipul Kashyap, Vijay Khatri, Richard T. Snodgrass, Paolo Terenziani, Manolis Koubarakis, Yue Zhang, James B. D. Joshi, Johann Gamper, Michael Böhlen, Christian S. Jensen (+145 others)
2009 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
SYNONYM Within-element term frequency, Inverse element frequency DEFINITION Classical ranking algorithms in information retrieval make use of term statistics, the most common (and basic) ones being within-document term frequency, tf, and document frequency, df. tf is the number of occurrences of a term in a document and is used to reflect how well a term captures the topic of a document, whereas df is the number of documents in which a term appears and is used to reflect how well a term
more » ... nates between relevant and non-relevant documents. df is also commonly referred to as inverse document frequency, idf, since it is inversely related to the importance of a term. Both tf and idf are obtained at indexing time. Ranking algorithms for structured text retrieval, and more precisely XML retrieval, require similar terms statistics, but with respect to elements.
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_412 fatcat:eeumehnnmrfptofk756gjjnlx4
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