Chris Page

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  • Mark D Johnston, Daniel Tran, Belinda Arroyo, Chris Page
  • 2009
This paper describes recent work undertaken to increase the level of automated scheduling support available to users of NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN). We have adopted a request-driven approach to DSN scheduling, in contrast to the activity-oriented approach used up to now. We describe some of the key constraints and preferences of the DSN scheduling(More)
  • Chris Page, George P H Styan, Bo-Ying Wang, Fuzhen Zhang
  • 2007
The purpose of this paper is to revisit Hua's matrix equality (and inequality) through the Schur complement. We present Hua's original proof and two new proofs with some extensions of Hua's matrix equality and inequalities. The new proofs use a result concerning Schur complements and a generalization of Sylvester's law of inertia, each of which is useful in(More)
OBJECTIVE Hyperactivity, impulsiveness, and distractibility are common problems in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Extended-release guanfacine is approved for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder but not well studied in ASD. METHOD In a multisite, randomized clinical trial, extended-release guanfacine was compared with(More)
  • Cressida Bridgeman, In Wigan Police, Gordon Burton, Frank Smout, Mike Gorse, Pat Shacklock +9 others
  • 1997
The Home Office Police Research Group (PRG) was formed in 1992 to carry out and manage research relevant to the work of the police service. The terms of reference for the Group include the requirement to identify and disseminate good practice to the police. The Crime Detection and Prevention Series follows on from the Crime Prevention Unit papers, a series(More)
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