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We investigated survival of Klebsiella pneumoniae in freshwater, by determining bacterial densities at eight temperatures between 0 and 20 degrees C at various distances from the discharge area in a lake receiving bacteria mainly from **a**…

… the BREQ- 2. Twenty-nine students subsequently completed **a** **paper** version. Results indicated strong internal consistency reliability (ICC=. 69 to. 93; median ICC=. 83) and parallel forms reliability (ICC=. 66 to. 89; median ICC=. 83), and…

… much analytical work has been done on this subject, and even the topic of perturbation theory in the Schroedinger representation is not well developed, especially in the case of gauge theories. In **a** **paper** by Hatfield [Phys. Lett. B 147, 435…

… the probabilistic logic pCTL ∗ — the variation arises from an extra path formula to address action labels. We show that bisimulation is sound and complete for this variant of pCTL ∗. This is an extended complete version of **a** **paper** that was presented at CONCUR 2002…

… give an upper-bound for the case where some privacy leakage is allowed. We then introduce a new quantity which quantifies the amount of private information contained in the observable data and then connect it to the optimal tradeoff between privacy and utility. Comment: The corrected version of **a** **paper** appeared in Allerton 201…

We investigate the structure of scientific collaboration networks. We consider two scientists to be connected if they have authored **a** **paper** together, and construct explicit networks of such connections using data drawn from a number of…

… cluster-lifetime problem. Our approach is based on results given in **a** **paper** by Feige, Halldórsson, Kortsarz, and Srinivasan on the domatic partition problem [5]. 1…

… decidable sets. Finally we show how, even with non-deterministic choice, the original hierarchy of characterisations is restored by imposing different restrictions. Comment: pre-edition version of **a** **paper** accepted for publication at ESOP’ 1…

… underly recorded networks. We test an Enron email database and show the out-neighbourhoods of email addresses are highly distinctive. Then, using citation databases as proxies, we show that **a** **paper** in CiteSeer which is also in DBLP, is highly…

… answers a question of Hindman, Steprāns and Strauss. Comment: This is the final version of **a** **paper** that contains the answer to a question that appeared in an article of Hindman, Steprāns and Strauss (Semigroups in which all Strongly Summable Ultrafilters are Sparse, New York J. Math. 18 (2012), 835 – 848. Zbl pre 06098874). It is also available via [URL]…

… of effectful call-by-value languages. The new models can be understood as enriched adjunctions. Comment: This article expands on **a** **paper** presented at the Fourth International Conference on Algebra and Coalgebra in Computer Science (CALCO 2011…

… functor” that associates to every ω-globular set the above contraction. Some examples of involutive weak globular ω-categories are also provided. Comment: 14 pages, AMS-LaTeX 2 e. Reformatted version, only for arXiv purposes, of **a** **paper** submitted…

… order. Through numerical evaluations, we illustrate that our second-order expansions approximate accurately the maximum coding rate and that the speed of convergence to capacity is indeed slower than for the point-to-point case. Comment: extended version of **a** **paper** presented at ISIT 201…

… capacity is about an order of magnitude smaller compared to the blocklength required for an AWGN channel with the same capacity. Comment: extended version of **a** **paper** submitted to ISIT 201…

… in the subcritical range, and independent of the mass. The proof relies on symmetrization techniques, which are adapted from **a** **paper** of J. I. Diaz, T. Nagai, and J. -M. Rakotoson, and allow us to establish uniform estimates for Lp norms of…

… identity. This result is related to **a** **paper** of Hosokawa and Kawauchi on unknotted surfaces in Euclidean 4 -space, published in Osaka J. Math. 16 (1979), extending it (in greater generality) for embeddings of X into Euclidean (n+ 3) -space.

Rothschild in **a** **paper** from 2006. We also show that under a very mild assumption on the source manifold, the generic full rank condition imposed on the mapping is also necessary for the CR transversality to hold. This result confirms a…

… series of papers, the formulae for the threshold function, in terms of p and q, were provided for each fixed h < 7. We demystify the generic structure of such formulae, and for each value h we express the threshold function in terms of a piecewise-linear function with O(h) pieces. Comment: Full version of **a** **paper** accepted to LATA 201…

… polynomially space-bounded Turing machines. 1 Introduction In **a** **paper** published in 1984 [13], John Hopfield introduced a continuous-time version of the neural network model whose discrete-time variant he had discussed in his seminal 1982…

… with the notion of locality and we define various kinds of relations between actions. Furthermore, we compare our proposal with similar formalisms and we show its application on a biological example. This is the preliminary version of **a** **paper** that…

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