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Thomas Willing: And the First American Financial System. Burton Alva Konkle

Ralph Volney Harlow
1938 Journal of Political Economy  
CARL JOACHIM FRIEDRICH Harvard University Thomas Willing: And the First American Financial System. By Burton ALVA KonkKLE. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1937. Pp. xii+237. $3.00.  ...  But hitherto there has been no biography of Thomas Willing, president of the Bank of North America, and later of the First Bank of the United States. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1086/255253 fatcat:4rpo7bxc6zh3vopoinmbhpi2ii

2. Literary Cabinets of Wonder: The 'Paper Kingdomes' of Robert Burton and Sir Thomas Browne [chapter]

2020 Literary Culture in Early Modern England, 1630–1700  
"Collaterall Truths" in the "Multiplicity of Writing": Sir Thomas Browne The amount of critical attention paid to Sir Thomas Browne is extraordinary.  ...  The writings of Burton and Browne respond to this by staging knowledge and thought in order to activate the readersimilar to earlier texts by Thomas More, Erasmus or Lutherbut they inflate this staging  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110691375-003 fatcat:owvhdonvizcpjjxyfj6g32zgba

Book Review Thomas Lodge, The History of an Elizabethan . By N. Burton Paradise. New Haven, 1931. x + 254 pages

1932 New England Journal of Medicine  
. _ << BOOK REVIEWS Thomas Lodge, The History of an Elizabethan. By N. Burton ParapiseE. New Haven, 1931. x + 254 pages.  ...  Thomas Lodge also had an ad- venturous career and, in addition, practised medi- cine for a good many years in London.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm193204282061722 fatcat:l2yqlssmcnf6rgdqo7vmpnkwge

A Minnesota View of Burton

Thomas J. Malone
1920 Journal of Education  
A > A MINNESOTA VIEW OF BURTON BY THOMAS J, MALONE [Selected.] Michigan will like Marion LeRoy Burton.  ...  President Burton is “folks.” There is no up- Staginess about him.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205742009100706 fatcat:n4cl3gp2nvbulc5jctfincgbeq

Privacy preserving data visualizations

Demetris Avraam, Rebecca Wilson, Oliver Butters, Thomas Burton, Christos Nicolaides, Elinor Jones, Andy Boyd, Paul Burton
2021 EPJ Data Science  
AbstractData visualizations are a valuable tool used during both statistical analysis and the interpretation of results as they graphically reveal useful information about the structure, properties and relationships between variables, which may otherwise be concealed in tabulated data. In disciplines like medicine and the social sciences, where collected data include sensitive information about study participants, the sharing and publication of individual-level records is controlled by data
more » ... ection laws and ethico-legal norms. Thus, as data visualizations – such as graphs and plots – may be linked to other released information and used to identify study participants and their personal attributes, their creation is often prohibited by the terms of data use. These restrictions are enforced to reduce the risk of breaching data subject confidentiality, however they limit analysts from displaying useful descriptive plots for their research features and findings.Here we propose the use of anonymization techniques to generate privacy-preserving visualizations that retain the statistical properties of the underlying data while still adhering to strict data disclosure rules. We demonstrate the use of (i) the well-known k-anonymization process which preserves privacy by reducing the granularity of the data using suppression and generalization, (ii) a novel deterministic approach that replaces individual-level observations with the centroids of each k nearest neighbours, and (iii) a probabilistic procedure that perturbs individual attributes with the addition of random stochastic noise. We apply the proposed methods to generate privacy-preserving data visualizations for exploratory data analysis and inferential regression plot diagnostics, and we discuss their strengths and limitations.
doi:10.1140/epjds/s13688-020-00257-4 pmid:33442528 pmcid:PMC7790778 fatcat:lmbanwnvyvcgxe3me2t2ays4ty

Gluon sivers and experimental considerations for TMDs [article]

Thomas Burton
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The study and characterisation of transverse-momentum-dependent distribution functions (TMDs) is a major goal of the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) physics programme. The study of gluon TMDs poses a greater challenge than for quark TMDs in DIS measurements, as gluons do not directly couple to photons. The study of D meson pairs has been proposed to provide access to gluon TMDs, but is demanding due to the rarity of D production. Here, we discuss the feasibility of such a measurement, and touch
more » ... wider issues to be considered when measuring TMDs at the EIC.
arXiv:1212.3590v1 fatcat:g66zls6wevhwjeekarfdmfvboi

Orientation Estimation using Wireless Device Radiation Patterns [article]

Thomas Burton, Kasper Rasmussen
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Wireless devices inherently have a non-uniform distribution of energy from their antenna or antennas. The shape that this forms is commonly called a radiation pattern or antenna pattern. We demonstrate that orientation can be estimated without the cooperation of the target device despite only having a small number of RSS measurements per packet. We do this by applying bounds to the amount of rotation in the time interval between packets. Using simulations, we show that this method can achieve a
more » ... mean orientation error as low as 7.6. We then perform a security analysis to demonstrate the method's resistance to spoofing. This paper focuses on consumer wireless devices where patterns are not deliberately highly directional and scenarios that cannot rely on contrived movement patterns of the entities involved, which is unrealistic or impractical in many settings. Our work concentrates on existing wireless systems and infrastructure common in domestic, office, and commercial.
arXiv:2203.10052v1 fatcat:o5dc4c6exndmlk7fjgn2m7e57u

Thomas Welbourne Clark

John Burton-Page
1970 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies  
THOMAS WELBOURNE CLARK BSOAS .  ...  IP address:, on 30 Oct 2018 at 10:00:44, subject to the Cambridge Core JOHN BURTON-PAGE terms of use, available at  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0041977x00103453 fatcat:bbzjwlv4gncrnot4rcjjbhutba

Privacy protected graphical functionality in DataSHIELD

Demetris Avraam, Amadou Gaye, Julia Isaeva, Thomas Burton, Rebecca Wilson, Andrew Turner, Paul Burton
2017 International Journal of Population Data Science  
ObjectivesIn several disciplines such as in biomedicine and social sciences the analysis of individual-level data or the co-analysis of data from different studies requires the pooling and the sharing of those data. However, sharing and combining sensitive individual-level data is often prohibited by ethico-legal constraints and other barriers such as the control maintenance and the huge sample sizes. The graphical illustration of microdata is also often forbidden as can potentially be
more » ... on the identification of sensitive information. For example the plot of a standard scatterplot is disclosive as can explicitly specify the exact values of two measurements for each single individual. ApproachDataSHIELD ( is a novel approach that allows the analysis of sensitive individual-level data and the co-analysis of such data from several studies simultaneously without physically pooling the data. ResultsDataSHIELD functionality consists of several functions that provide the flexibility of performing data analysis through different statistical techniques. A part of this environment includes a number of graphical-related functions for the graphical illustration of the statistical properties and relationships between different variables. We overview the graphical functions in DataSHIELD (ds.histogram, ds.heatmapPlot, ds.contourPlot) and demonstrate a number of new functions including ds.scatterPlot and ds.boxPlot developed based on the application of different computational approaches like the k-Nearest Neighbours algorithm and ensuring privacy protected analysis. ConclusionDataSHIELD graphical functionality has certain methodological features for the representation of the relationships between different variables preserving their statistical properties and assuring the data privacy protection. These graphical approaches can be used or enhanced for application in various areas where confidentiality and information sensitivity is considered, for example in longitudinal data and survival analysis, in epidemiological studies, in geospatial analysis and several others.
doi:10.23889/ijpds.v1i1.296 fatcat:uwjqd5xqzrdq3nfupbcbrqtlmm

Cobalt 61 Radioactivity

Thomas J. Parmley, Burton J. Moyer
1947 Physical Review  
doi:10.1103/physrev.72.82 fatcat:bsvsepwke5cife37lpq75j5iqi

Celestial Homespun: The Life of Isaac Thomas Hecker

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Katherine Burton
1943 The New England quarterly  
Celestial Homespun: The Life of Isaac Thomas Hecker. By Katherine Burton. (New York: Longmans, Green and Com- pany. 1943. Pp. 393. $3.00.)  ...  In Celestial Homespun, Katherine Burton has added Isaac Hecker to her gallery of American converts to Catholicism.  ... 
doi:10.2307/361052 fatcat:mgqscanf6bbonkxwpbyoob3qb4

Reissner-Nordström perturbation framework with gravitational wave applications [article]

Justin Y. J. Burton, Thomas Osburn
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We present a new convenient framework for modeling Reissner-Nordstr\"om black hole perturbations from charged distributions of matter. Using this framework, we quantify how gravitational wave observations of compact binary systems would be affected if one or both components were charged. Our approach streamlines the (linearized) Einstein-Maxwell equations through convenient master functions that we designed to ameliorate certain disadvantages of prior strategies. By solving our improved master
more » ... quations with a point source, we are able to quantify the rate of orbital energy dissipation via electromagnetic and gravitational radiation. Through adiabatic and quasicircular approximations, we apply our dissipative calculations to determine trajectories for intermediate and extreme mass-ratio inspirals. By comparing trajectories and waveforms with varied charges to those with neutral components, we explore the potential effect of electric charge on gravitational wave signals. We observe that the case of opposite charge-to-mass ratios has the most dramatic impact. Our findings are largely interpreted through the lens of the upcoming LISA mission.
arXiv:2010.12984v1 fatcat:e3zlawuygvbvrptlo5onh7rqq4

Thomas Philip Hinman, D. D. S

Burton Lee Thorpe
1916 The Journal of the National Dental Association  
,and they have a twelve year old son, Thomas P., Jr. President and Chairman of the Clinic Committee of the Georgia State Dental Society.  ... 
doi:10.14219/jada.archive.1916.0052 fatcat:kr5zmrwejzev7ijt7ncntpcasy

The Incorporation of Scientific Societies

Burton E. Livingston, James B. Overton, Walter Thomas
1932 Science  
doi:10.1126/science.75.1947.438-b fatcat:gxrtwdlktbhwho6jdwyc72xqte

The eRHIC Project

Thomas Burton, Larissa Bravina, Yiota Foka, Sonia Kabana
2014 EPJ Web of Conferences  
The eRHIC project plans to expand Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) with a high-intensity electron beam. Building on the exciting discoveries of RHIC, CERN, HERA and others, eRHIC will break new ground in collider luminosity and will push the frontiers of knowledge in nucleon and nuclear structure and in spin physics. The varied eRHIC physics programme and the proposed machine design will be presented and discussed.
doi:10.1051/epjconf/20147000064 fatcat:minx22oldrcvde2djl75eez44e
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