Emmanuel Baechler

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A theory of qualitative kinematics is required for qualitative reasoning about the motion of objects in space. Such reasoning is important for many physical problem-solving tasks, such as design or robot plan ning. The practicality of earlier work has been limited by the complexity and non-compositionality of computing with configuration space constraints.(More)
Two high molecular weight surface glycoproteins of cerebellar cells which are selectively labeled by lactoperoxidase-catalyzed iodination of monolayer cultures from the developing mouse cerebellum, have been identified and partially characterised. Both molecules, called peak 2 and peak 3 proteins, were the major glycoprotein species detected in cerebellar(More)
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