We give new observations on the mixing dynamics of a continuous-time quantum walk on circulants and their bunkbed extensions. These bunkbeds are defined through two standard graph operators: the join G + H and the Cartesian product G ⊕ H of graphs G and H. Our results include the following: • The quantum walk is average uniform mixing on circulants with… (More)
Advances in genomics, proteomics and technology are changing medicine in fundamental ways. There are increasing clinical and laboratory requirements to obtain cellular and molecular information in vivo. This is particularly true in oncology, where the behavior of tumor cells is inextricably linked to their milieu. If cancer cells are removed from their… (More)
Our vision at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is to stimulate and support scientific discovery and its application to achieve a future when all cancers are uncommon and easily treated. Cancer researchers have made significant progress but extensive work remains. In 2003, in USA alone, 1.3 million people were diagnosed with cancer and over 500 000 deaths… (More)
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Tariq Samad's <u>A Natural Language Interface for Computer Aided Design</u> describes a parser developed as part of the author's doctoral thesis at CMU's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The motivation for this work, i.e. to develop a natural language front end for a circuit-simulation program (SPICE), was pragmatic not theoretical.… (More)