C. Greene

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Contrary to popular assumptions that temporomandibular disorders may become more prevalent with increasing age, a review of the literature shows that this is clearly not the case. Instead, it seems that most objective "signs" of temporomandibular disorders, namely clicking, tender joints and muscles, crooked opening, limited movement, and so forth, are(More)
The purpose of this brief note is to call attention to a theorem published almost twenty-…ve years ago [GGH] on two dimensional cellular automata which we believe is still of interest, but which seems to be very little known. One reason for this obscurity may be that when we wrote this paper, we did not know the term " cellular automata " , and so it does(More)
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