Effective strong dimension in algorithmic information and computational complexity. rates and finite-state dimension .
BACKGROUND Chondrosarcoma (Chs) is the third most frequent primary malignant tumour of bone and can be primary or secondary, the latter results mainly from the malignant transformation of a benign pre-existing tumour. METHODS All the cases diagnosed as Chs (primary tumours, recurrences and/or metastasis and xenotransplanted Chs) from the files of our… (More)
BACKGROUND Tissue microarrays (TMAs) are used to study genomics and proteomics in several tumour tissue samples. Cell lines (CC) are of great importance in the study of the genetic changes in tumours, and some reveal several aspects of tumour oncogenesis. There are few published reports on Ewing's tumours with TMAs including original tumours (OT) and… (More)
Human kallikrein 14 (KLK14) is a steroid hormone-regulated member of the tissue kallikrein family of serine proteases, for which a prognostic and diagnostic value in breast cancer has been suggested. To further characterise the value of KLK14 as a breast tumour marker, we have carefully analysed KLK14 expression in normal breast tissue and breast cancer… (More)
an earlier version of this manuscript carefully and gave me helpful comments. Finally I would like to thank my colleagues: for many discussions and for ooering a good environment to study here. vii Abstract The topic of this thesis is the study of randomness concepts and their applications in computational complexity theory. In Chapter 3, we discuss the… (More)
The SB-PRAM is a lock–step–synchronous, massively parallel computer with a (from the programmer's view) physically shared memory [1, 10, 19]. is a C–based redesign of the PRAM language FORK proposed in . For an in–depth introduction to programming in Fork95 we recommend the Fork95 tutorial . A library of basic PRAM algorithms and data structures… (More)
Aduri Pavan very kindly stepped in, after a last-minute guest column cancellation, to write the present article. Warmest thanks to him. Upcoming issues will contain articles by (all topics/titles are of course tentative): M. Abstract We study the question of whether various polynomial-time reductions and the completeness notions differ in NP. We mention… (More)