Edward Chang

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We describethe Stanford Temporal Prover (STEP), a system being developed to support the computer-aided formal verification of concurrent and reactive systems based on temporal specifications. Unlike systems ba_ed on model-checking,STeP is not restricted to finite-state systems. It combines mode/cAse/ringand deductive rn_tho_ to ¢llow the verification of R(More)
Recent advances in computing, communications and storage technology have made multimedia data become prevalent. Multimedia has gained enormous potential in improving the processes in a wide range of fields, such as advertising and marketing, education and training, entertainment, medicine, surveillance, wearable computing, biometrics, and remote sensing.(More)
Suture techniques are an indispensable means to biologically sculpt the cartilage of the nose. Here the authors review their use in tip-plasty and present a 4-suture algorithm that allows for simple, complete control in sculpting the shape of all nasal tips in primary rhinoplasty. After a standard cephalic trim of the lateral crus leaving it 6 mm wide, one(More)