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  • Grover
  • Physical review letters
  • 2000
The quantum search algorithm can be looked at as a technique for synthesizing a particular kind of superposition-one whose amplitude is concentrated in a single basis state. This basis state is defined by a binary function f(&xmacr;) that is nonzero in this desired basis state and zero everywhere else. This paper extends the quantum search algorithm to an(More)
A reentrant peak effect is observed through low field ac susceptibility measurements on the weakly pinned flux line lattice in single crystals of 2H-NbSe2. The resulting phase diagram of the peak effect is strikingly similar to the theoretically predicted reentrant phase boundary which separates flux lattice and flux liquid phases. The broadening and(More)
Part one of this two-part review described the advantages and limitations of quantitative structure-property relationships (QSPR), and offered an overview of the components involved in the development of correlations1. Part two provides a discussion of a few notable examples of relationships with organoleptic, physicochemical and pharmaceutical properties.
Objective: To determine the incidence and costs for cases of idiopathic preterm labor followed by term delivery.Study Design: Patients hospitalized with preterm labor (N = 28,845) were identified in a dataset linking antepartum and delivery discharge abstracts of all women in California (N = 404,466) with a delivery related diagnosis from 1/1/93 to(More)
  • Grover
  • Primary care update for Ob/Gyns
  • 1998
Objective: To model cost implications of the fetal fibronectin (fFN) assay in management of patients with symptoms of preterm labor based on data from a previously published multicenter trial.Study design: Data from a trial of fFN in 763 patients with symptoms of preterm birth was used to create a decision analytic model. Standard management in the trial(More)