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Recently, Constantinescu and Ilie proved a variant of the well-known periodicity theorem of Fine and Wilf in the case of two relatively prime abelian periods, and conjectured a result for the case of two non-relatively prime abelian periods. More precisely, they proved that any full word having two coprime abelian periods p, q and length at least 2pq − 1… (More)

- C Schaab, F S Oppermann, M Klammer, H Pfeifer, A Tebbe, T Oellerich +7 others
- Leukemia
- 2014

Bone marrow aspirates of 21 patients suffering from AML were collected. 21 patients were enrolled in the phase II clinical trial of AC220 monotherapy in AML with FLT3-ITD mutations at the Goethe University clinical trial (ACE, NCT00989261) are reported elsewhere (ref. 1, 2). Samples were collected pre-treatment. All patients gave informed consent according… (More)

The notion of a primitive word, one that is not a power of another word, is useful in many areas including coding theory, combinatorics on words, formal language theory, and text algorithms. The proportion of such words turns out to be very high. We investigate operations that preserve the primi-tivity of partial words with one hole, or words that have an… (More)

Recently, Constantinescu and Ilie proved a variant of the well-known periodicity theorem of Fine and Wilf in the case of two relatively prime abelian periods and conjectured a result for the case of two non-relatively prime abelian periods. In this paper, we answer some open problems they suggested. We show that their conjecture is false but we give bounds,… (More)

As a variation on the t-Equal Union Property (t-EUP) introduced by Lindström, we introduce the t-Equal Valence Property (t-EVP) for hypergraphs: a hypergraph satisfies the t-EVP if there are t pairwise edge-disjoint subhypergraphs such that for each vertex v, the degree of v in all t subhypergraphs is the same. In the t-EUP, the subhypergraphs just have the… (More)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is conducting research on developing reference lung cancer lesions, called phantoms, to test computed tomography (CT) scanners and their software. FDA loaned two semi-spherical phantoms to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), called Green and Pink, and asked to have the phantoms' volumes… (More)

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