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A simple PDE and Wiener-Hopf Riccati equations
We investigate the PDE (1.1), concentrating on the case when σ < in which the boundary condition (1.1b) is not of Feller's type and we lose the minimum principle. Investigation of nonnegativeExpand
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Metabolic Response to Preoperative Chemotherapy Predicts Prognosis for Patients Undergoing Surgical Resection of Colorectal Cancer Metastatic to the Liver
BackgroundBiological characteristics of colorectal cancer liver metastases (CRCLM) are increasingly recognized as major determinants of patient outcome. The purpose of this study was to evaluate theExpand
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Connected CRM: Implementing a Data-Driven, Customer-Centric Business Strategy
Preface vii Acknowledgments xi PART ONE CONNECTED CRM (cCRM) 1 Chapter 1 History: There s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Marketer 3 Chapter 2 Macro-Trends: A Perfect Storm of Big Data, Digital, andExpand
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A ‘Non-Stopping’ Time with the Optional-Stopping Property
An example is given of a random time $\rho$ associated with Brownian motion such that $\rho$ is not a stopping time but ${\bf E}M_{\rho}={\bf E}M_0$ for every uniformly integrable martingale $M$ .
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The disc approach to spoken language systems development and evaluation
The paper reviews recent progress in the DISC project on developing a systematic and general scheme for in-depth characterisation of current practice in the development and evaluation of spoken language dialogue systems and their components. Expand
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Routing of opsin to the cilium
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Tumour infiltrating lymphocyte status is superior to histological grade, DNA mismatch repair and BRAF mutation for prognosis of colorectal adenocarcinomas with mucinous differentiation
Mucinous colorectal adenocarcinoma (CRC) is conventionally defined by extracellular mucin comprising >50% of the tumour area, while tumours with ≤50% mucin are designated as having a mucinousExpand
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Overexpression of TP53 protein is associated with the lack of adjuvant chemotherapy benefit in patients with stage III colorectal cancer
TP53 mutations drive colorectal cancer development, with missense mutations frequently leading to accumulation of abnormal TP53 protein. TP53 alterations have been associated with poor prognosis andExpand
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