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Irregular Recovery and Unequal Locality for Locally Recoverable Codes with Availability [article]

Sourbh Bhadane, Andrew Thangaraj
2017 arXiv   pre-print
A code is said to be a Locally Recoverable Code (LRC) with availability if every coordinate can be recovered from multiple disjoint sets of other coordinates called recovering sets.  ...  for information locality with availability.  ...  Recently, [13] , [14] studied codes with unequal locality. Upper bounds on minimum distance for codes with unequal information locality and unequal all-symbol locality were obtained [13] .  ... 
arXiv:1705.05005v1 fatcat:yq2mqk6apvfgddjaas7uwgn4wa

A Construction of Maximally Recoverable Codes with Order-Optimal Field Size [article]

Han Cai, Ying Miao, Moshe Schwartz, Xiaohu Tang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We construct maximally recoverable codes (corresponding to partial MDS codes) which are based on linearized Reed-Solomon codes.  ...  The new codes have a smaller field size requirement compared with known constructions.  ...  Camilla Hollanti and the anonymous reviewers, whose comments and suggestions improved the presentation of this paper.  ... 
arXiv:2011.13606v2 fatcat:tsueetqffvfgdig3icyqvgm27q

Codes with Unequal Locality [article]

Swanand Kadhe, Alex Sprintson
2016 arXiv   pre-print
This result generalizes the classical result of Gopalan et al. for codes with unequal locality.  ...  We call such codes as "codes with unequal locality".  ...  Acknowledgment Swanand Kadhe would like to thank Ankit Singh Rawat for helpful discussions and for pointing out LRC constructions based on rank-metric codes; and also thank Anoosheh Heidarzadeh for helpful  ... 
arXiv:1601.06153v1 fatcat:5g2xcfdupncpxpz4xxi6rab6um

Unified distributed source coding frames for interactive multiview video streaming

Zhi Liu, Gene Cheung, Yusheng Ji
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)  
We develop a fast algorithm to find locally optimal structure parameters, and packetization and packet reordering strategies for transmission.  ...  coded multiview video and facilitate periodic interactive viewswitching at the same time.  ...  unequally.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2012.6363933 dblp:conf/icc/LiuCJ12 fatcat:ese5b2w5q5d57lramzvgi2siym


Carl L. Rodriguez, Benjamin Farr, Vivien Raymond, Will M. Farr, Tyson B. Littenberg, Diego Fazi, Vicky Kalogera
2014 Astrophysical Journal  
We find the recovery of the individual masses to be fractionally within 9% (15%) at the 68% (95%) credible intervals for equal-mass systems, and within 1.9% (3.7%) for unequal-mass systems.  ...  This region is improved to 2.3 deg^2 (6 deg^2) with the addition of the proposed LIGO India detector to the network.  ...  The results are divided into three subsections of interest: the recovery of the mass parameters (Section 3.1), the recovery of the orbital inclination and luminosity distance (Section 3.2), and the localization  ... 
doi:10.1088/0004-637x/784/2/119 fatcat:znsjzcbcvreibegb4ifmmcqxem

International Travel and Double Recovery

Claudio Bozzi
2013 Deakin Law Review  
Some of those providers have mounted actions in recovery for money spent and goods supplied for the treatment of the same injuries that are the subject of the insurance.  ...  While attention has been focused on the complex jurisdictional issues that may arise, other equally important problems such as the potential for action in double recovery have gone largely unnoticed.  ...  first realised with the creation of the Kingdom of Italy by Napoleon, and the adoption of the French Civil Code for Italian purposes.  ... 
doi:10.21153/dlr2013vol18no1art56 fatcat:wom7dx2korbb7ezhedavcpi3fi

Privity Revisited: Tort Recovery by a Commercial Buyer for a Defective Product's Self-Inflicted Damage

Mark A. Kaprelian
1985 Michigan law review  
for the local consumer without affording any actual relief to the local manufacturer. 117.  ...  Courts have taken four different approaches to determining whether a tort recovery is available for a product's self-inflicted damages.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1289012 fatcat:vcys2rwowvbrpmjw57mt3xzntm

What can coding theory do for storage systems?

Yuval Cassuto
2013 ACM SIGACT News  
, and regimes when data is not recoverable.  ...  of node failures does not exceed the code recovery capability.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2447712.2447734 fatcat:vqggf6c3gzhiript23pizutsmy

Distributed computing column 49

Idit Keidar
2013 ACM SIGACT News  
, and regimes when data is not recoverable.  ...  of node failures does not exceed the code recovery capability.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2447712.2447733 fatcat:fzgejp4kkrhulhbf4osyq47zba

Equity Impacts of Urban Land Use Planning for Climate Adaptation

Isabelle Anguelovski, Linda Shi, Eric Chu, Daniel Gallagher, Kian Goh, Zachary Lamb, Kara Reeve, Hannah Teicher
2016 Journal of planning education and research  
Flood risks in Metro Manila are also attributed to the fact that national building codes, local zoning ordinances, and post-disaster reconstruction guidelines do not stipulate higher standards for development  ...  The Plan Bio 2030 (2013), developed by a local university in consultation with local and regional stakeholders, expands the Green Belt to the metropolitan valley.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0739456x16645166 fatcat:ihtgu5kfs5ecvk4g2cobvjjyjm

Robust and Flexible Wireless Video Multicast with Network Coding

Hui Wang, Song Xiao, C.-C. Jay Kuo
2007 IEEE GLOBECOM 2007-2007 IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference  
A robust and flexible wireless video multicast system with the H.264 scalable video coding (SVC) coding format and network coding (NC) is proposed in this work.  ...  It is shown by simulation results that the proposed solution improves PSNR over the traditional video multicast with error correction codes (ECC) in store-and-forward networks.  ...  They only studied the amount of recoverable packets with NC. However, for video multicast with the UEP scheme and NC, the main concern is which packets are to be recovered.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2007.407 dblp:conf/globecom/WangXK07 fatcat:y3l4udjumba5rgsfxohny3w66i

Kuwait: Statistical Appendix

International Monetary Fund
2006 IMF Staff Country Reports  
Lim, who coordinated arrangements and follow up for the mission, and to Ms. Socorro Venturanza, in the IMF office for her kind cooperation and support.  ...  Dennis Botmann, the IMF's Resident Representative in Manila, provided excellent guidance and feedback for the mission. Thanks is also due to Ms. Febe J.  ...  Although collected by BIR, the new excise would be shared with local governments under Section 290 of the Local Government Code of 1991. 23 35.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781451822359.002 fatcat:dtovtd7kyfbxtlmwclpjqgns5a

Interchromosomal Crossover in Human Cells Is Associated with Long Gene Conversion Tracts

E. A. H. Neuwirth, M. Honma, A. J. Grosovsky
2007 Molecular and Cellular Biology  
Overall, these results demonstrate that gene conversion tracts can be long in human cells and that crossovers are observable when long tracts are recoverable.  ...  In this investigation two isogenic human B-lymphoblastoid cell lines, TI-112 and TSCER2, were used to select for I-SceI-induced gene conversions that restored function at the selectable thymidine kinase  ...  This work was supported by grant NAG2-1638 from the National Air and Space Administration.  ... 
doi:10.1128/mcb.01852-06 pmid:17515608 pmcid:PMC1952082 fatcat:2xddwgiekree7cetbghvpohr3y

Multi-scale modeling of the mechanical behavior of polycrystalline ice under transient creep

P. Suquet, H. Moulinec, O. Castelnau, M. Montagnat, N. Lahellec, F. Grennerat, P. Duval, R. Brenner
2012 Procedia IUTAM  
The material parameters of the model are determined by comparison with experimental data available for single crystals as well as for polycrystals. a 1  ...  Ice is a challenging material for understanding the overall behavior of polycrystalline materials and more specifically the coupling between elastic and viscous effects during transient creep.  ...  The corresponding material parameters have been identified by comparison with experimental data available in the literature for single crystals as well as for polycrystals.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.piutam.2012.03.006 fatcat:mkp5bmwyc5gdzpn3ehrgnxlj4a

Unfolding Incomplete Data: Guidelines for Unfolding Row-Conditional Rank Order Data with Random Missings

Frank M. T. A. Busing, Mark de Rooij
2009 Journal of Classification  
Simulation studies are conducted to compare missing data treatments, sources of missing data, and designs for the specification of missing data. Guidelines are provided and used in actual practice.  ...  In this paper, it is argued that not all preference information needs to be collected and that good solutions are still obtained, even when more than half of the data is missing.  ...  The authors would like to thank the DIOS for their invaluable computer support and Willem Heiser and Graham Cleaver and the three anonymous referees for their helpful comments and suggestions to improve  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00357-009-9039-7 fatcat:7c2qi7qf5nekpmujqkjopetj5y
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