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Towards a Definitive Compressibility Measure for Repetitive Sequences [article]

Tomasz Kociumaka, Gonzalo Navarro, Nicola Prezza
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Unlike in statistical compression, where Shannon's entropy is a definitive lower bound, no such clear measure exists for the compressibility of repetitive sequences.  ...  While γ is certainly a better measure of repetitiveness than b, it is also NP-complete to compute and not monotonic, and it is unknown if one can always represent a string in o(γlog n) space.  ...  Conclusions We have made a step towards establishing the right measure of repetitiveness for a string S[1 . . n].  ... 
arXiv:1910.02151v3 fatcat:nrfg3ccvtfh2pg2upig6knidqi

Methodological considerations when assessing restricted and repetitive behaviors and aggression

A.J. Keefer, L. Kalb, M.O. Mazurek, S.M. Kanne, B. Freedman, R.A. Vasa
2014 Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders  
There was significant heterogeneity of estimates with large effect sizes observed when utilizing teacher report and a broad phenotype of aggression.  ...  spectrum disorders (ASD) using a multi-method, multi-informant analysis model to assess the effects of informant, assessment method, and aggression phenotype.  ...  Furthermore, due to the absence of a teacher report measure utilizing a narrow definition of aggression, the analysis could not fully control for assessment method.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2014.07.019 pmid:27239223 pmcid:PMC4883588 fatcat:64vavzlidjbaporfsqrfba6izy

Defining Relational Stalking in Research: Understanding Sample Composition in Relation to Repetition and Duration of Harassment

Carleen M. Thompson, Susan M. Dennison
2008 Psychiatry, Psychology and Law  
Participants (N = 1738) completed a questionnaire assessing the repetition and duration of their unwanted intrusive behaviour following the termination of a relationship or pursuit of a romantic relationship  ...  Applying different cut-points of duration appeared to have less of an effect on sample composition than did repetition.  ...  A definition using a cut-off of five or more intrusions, results in a reduction in sample size of approximately 40% of that using a definition of two or more intrusions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13218710802389432 fatcat:f7jh7ldofbah7d6kqr54nb6bke

Page 139 of None Vol. 5, Issue 2 [page]

1922 None  
After some 200 repetitions of this compound stimulus, a dilatation of the pupil was definitely conditioned to the shock.  ...  So I decided to take some measurements, and these are represented by dis- tributions d and ¢. The effect of training towards contrac- tion, with the shock, is given by the figure — 4.8 + 0.78.  ... 

Page 645 of Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Vol. 16, Issue 11 [page]

1924 Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences  
These figures do not show any definite relationship between nutrition and school progress, but they may indicate a tendency toward more repetitions among the undernourished group.  ...  education, but the index was used as the best available measure of general conditions of nourish- ment among large groups of children.  ... 

Measuring the Impact of Public Relations Function on the Performance of the Jordanian Hotels

A.F.AL- Amaireh
2014 International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology  
This study is to measure the impact of the public relations function on the performance of the Jordanian hotels.  ...  A public relation is the essence of the elements of the promotional mix actors between individuals and groups in business organizations and their audience.  ...  As well as their behavior towards the process of dealing with them measures their performance in the work they do.  ... 
doi:10.15680/ijirset.2014.0309075 fatcat:tyjfwx2s45hd7lgsib26xlq3gm

Instructional effects on semantic satiation

Stephen A. Madigan, Allan Paivio
1967 Psychonomic Science  
Relatively small satiation effects were found in a study of the effects of instructional variables on semantic satiation.  ...  It was concluded that semantic satiation effects may be difficult to obtain without the use of such instructions when the semantic differential is employed to measure meaning loss following verbal repetition  ...  The findings suggest a need for reconsideration of the semantic differential technique for measuring satiation.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03331068 fatcat:xlh26iyo6re2vcdvw3gfcruczm

Powdered tart cherry supplementation surrounding a single bout of intense resistance exercise demonstrates potential attenuation of recovery strength decrement with no definitive oxidative or inflammatory effect

K Levers, R Dalton, E Galvan, C Goodenough, A O'Connor, S Simbo, N Barringer, S Mertens-Talcott, C Rasmussen, M Greenwood, R Kreider
2015 Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition  
The seemingly better maintenance of strength during recovery with short-term powdered TC supplementation surrounding a single bout of resistance exercise did not, however, coincide with any definitive  ...  Results Powdered tart cherry supplementation seemed to attenuate the drop from pre-lift measures in 3-repetition summation of isokinetic flexion work (p = 0.21; d = 0.45, 0.28), extension work (p = 0.23  ...  The seemingly better maintenance of strength during recovery with short-term powdered TC supplementation surrounding a single bout of resistance exercise did not, however, coincide with any definitive  ... 
doi:10.1186/1550-2783-12-s1-p25 fatcat:r4itx4c2jrhevcu3qiew4e4wfa

Personal and Workplace Factors and Median Nerve Function in a Pooled Study of 2396 US Workers

David Rempel, Fred Gerr, Carisa Harris-Adamson, Kurt T. Hegmann, Matthew S. Thiese, Jay Kapellusch, Arun Garg, Susan Burt, Stephen Bao, Barbara Silverstein, Linda Merlino, Ann Marie Dale (+1 others)
2015 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine  
Measuring median nerve function eliminates possible reporting bias that may affect symptom-based carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) case definitions.  ...  During the follow-up period, electrophysiologic measures of median nerve function were collected at regular intervals.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported in part by research funding from the Center for Disease Control/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (R01OH009712) and the Washington University Institute of  ... 
doi:10.1097/jom.0000000000000312 pmid:25563546 pmcid:PMC4440794 fatcat:ihnqg3tls5fcdcixhei3ghus7y

Page 75 of Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport Vol. 29, Issue 1 [page]

1958 Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport  
This study was conducted to determine the effects of repetition upon the speed of preferred- arm extension. Definition of Terms Repetition.  ...  A movement which brings the member of a limb into or toward a straight condition. Testing Procedures In the experiment, a total of 30 subjects were used. Two phases of the experiment were conducted.  ... 

Page 94 of None Vol. 17, Issue 1 [page]

1934 None  
Moore evolved a method of obtaining the constants of the equation log y = a + bc? as follows: when a is known (1.e., when the subject is given a definite number of associations to  ...  is used to measure learning by the formation of associative bonds, the variables and constants have the following meanings: y is a variable: the number of syllables learned in any one (the xth) repetition  ... 

Changes in the electrochemical response of polycrystalline platinum electrodes promoted by fast repetitive square wave potential signals

J.C. Canullo, W.E. Triaca, A.J. Arvía
1984 Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry  
There is a great interest in modifying the properties of solid electrodes to achieve their best performance under definite operating conditions.  ...  current peak associated with the O-electroadsorption and a shift of the potential of the O-electrodesorption current peak towards more negative values than those found in comparable voltammograms for  ...  There is a great interest in modifying the properties of solid electrodes to achieve their best performance under definite operating conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0022-0728(84)80370-8 fatcat:nxeny2lgyzbkhbjd2i7od5oq6y

Page 630 of American Medical Association. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry Vol. 26, Issue 3 [page]

1931 American Medical Association. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry  
A unification of these psychologic and biologic conceptions must link up excitation with repetition. Such a concept seems to be implied in Fechner’s definition of complete stability.  ...  Nothing definite, however, can be stated as to its relation to the nucleus fasciculi solitarii. A careful study of the fiber systems of this nucleus reveals: 1.  ... 

Page 211 of The American Journal of Psychology Vol. 45, Issue 2 [page]

1933 The American Journal of Psychology  
selection of the tasks, in definition and measurement of stages of train- ing, and in provision of adequate measures of interference-effects.  ...  In the attempt to secure more adequate measurement of interference-effects, provision was made for comparing the course of improvement in the two tasks up to a definite stage of proficiency with respect  ... 

Page 431 of Psychological Review Vol. 3, Issue 4 [page]

1896 Psychological Review  
DISCUSSION AND REPORTS. 431 repetition of the Wellesley results have shown that similarity of method is necessary to comparable conclusions, and they show this so strik- ingly as to form, in my view, a  ...  tend toward the conclusions first suggested.  ... 
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