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Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) have been used extensively for identification of sequence-specific epitopes using either the ELISA or/and IRMA methods, However, attempts to use MAbs for identificationExpand
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Inference of regular grammars via skeletons
A constructive method for the inference of regular grammars from positive sample strings of language using skeletal structure descriptions, is proposed, and polynomial-time algorithms based on theExpand
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Synthesis and characterization of spherical and rod like nanocrystalline Nd2O3 phosphors
Spherical and rod like nanocrystalline Nd2O3 phosphors have been prepared by solution combustion and hydrothermal methods respectively The Powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD) results confirm thatExpand
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Verification of Accuracy of Rules in a Rule Based System
Verification of Rule Based Systems has largely concentrated on checking the consistency, conciseness and completeness of the rulebase. However, the accuracy of rules vis-a-vis the knowledge that theyExpand
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Regular Grammatical Inference: A Genetic Algorithm Approach
Grammatical inference is the problem of inferring a grammar, given a set of positive samples which the inferred grammar should accept and a set of negative samples which the grammar should notExpand
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Optimum Cropping Pattern for Sericulture-dominant Farms in Southern Dry Zone of Karnataka
Sericulture is labour-intensive and well-suited to small and marginal farms with surplus labour, especially female labour. Ample labour and a small land-base encourage farmers to practise sericultureExpand
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Inference of even linear grammars and its application to picture description languages
Abstract A constructive method for the inference of Even Linear Grammars from positive samples is proposed. It is shown through examples that the method correctly infers many languages. The methodExpand
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Learning a Subclass of Linear Languages from Positive Structural Information
A method to infer a subclass of linear languages from positive structural information (i.e. skeletons) is presented. The characterization of the class and the analysis of the time and spaceExpand
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Inference of a Subclass of Context Free Grammars Using Positive Samples
It is known that family of context-free languages is not identifiable in the limit from positive data. However, it is known that some useful subclasses of context-free languages are identifiable inExpand
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Recent Trends in Biosorption of Heavy Metals by Actinobacteria
Abstract Recently, biosorption processes have received considerable attention for the removal of heavy metals from the aqueous environment. Thus, the selection of biomass for biosorption is a majorExpand
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