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Spatial Aliasing in Spherical Microphone Arrays
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This paper presents theoretical analysis of spatial aliasing for various sphere sampling configurations, showing how high-order spherical harmonic coefficients are aliased into the lower orders. Expand
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The design of a similarity based deduplication system
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We describe some of the design choices that were made during the development of a fast, scalable, inline, deduplication device that uses similarity matching. Expand
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Analysis of methods for scheduling low priority disk drive tasks
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This paper analyzes various algorithms for scheduling low priority disk drive tasks. Expand
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Analysis of size interval task assignment policies
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We analyze the performance of Size Interval task assignment (SITA) scheduling policies, for multi-host scheduling in a non-preemptive environment, when the job size distribution is Bounded Pareto. Expand
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Dynamic data reallocation in disk arrays
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We present an application which optimizes the configuration of data in a disk array with very little input data which is readily available from many storage devices. Expand
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Bounds on the performance of back-to-front airplane boarding policies
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We provide bounds on the performance of back-to-front airplane boarding policies in the setting of the analytical model of [1, 2]. Expand
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Optimal boarding policies for thin passengers
We deal with the problem of seating an airplane's passengers optimally, namely in the fastest way. Under several simplifying assumptions, whereby the passengers are infinitely thin and react within aExpand
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On the non ordinary locus in Hilbert-Blumenthal surfaces
Let L = Q( √ D) (D a square free integer) be a totally real quadratic field, and letMdL,n be the moduli space, in characteristic p ≥ 3, parameterizing principally polarized abelian surfaces (A, λ),Expand
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Analysis of aeroplane boarding via spacetime geometry and random matrix theory
We show that aeroplane boarding can be asymptotically modelled by two-dimensional Lorentzian geometry. Boarding time is given by the maximal proper time among curves in the model. DiscrepanciesExpand
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Developing a COVID-19 mortality risk prediction model when individual-level data are not available
At the COVID-19 pandemic onset, when individual-level data of COVID-19 patients were not yet available, there was already a need for risk predictors to support prevention and treatment decisions.Expand
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