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It pays to be nice, but not really nice: Asymmetric evaluations of prosociality across seven cultures.
Cultures differ in many important ways, but one trait appears to be universally valued: prosociality. For one’s reputation, around the world, it pays to be nice to others. However, recent researchExpand
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Emulated Clinical Trials from Longitudinal Real-World Data Efficiently Identify Candidates for Neurological Disease Modification: Examples from Parkinson's Disease
Real-world healthcare data hold the potential to identify therapeutic solutions for progressive diseases by efficiently pinpointing safe and efficacious repurposing drug candidates. This approachExpand
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A DYNAMICAL PROOF OF VAN DER WAERDEN’S THEOREM, SECOND APPROACH
In this lecture, the second approach of Van Der Waerden’s theorem will be presented. It is based on Birkhoff’s theorem which will also be proved. The essence of Van Der Waerden’s theorem is that ifExpand
Extrapolation of multi-dimensional Fourier signals
There is a well-known method of extrapolation of signals with the finite Fourier spectrum developed by Gershberg and Papoulis. Aizenberg introduced a method which uses the theory of Hardy spaces inExpand
Applications of multi-threading paradigms to stimulate turbulent flows
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We use the idea of thread injection to speed up the execution of sequential code in parallel environments by creating a class that takes control over the sequential instructions that create the bottlenecks. Expand
Thread injection to make DNS Channelflow run in parallel: part 1
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The flows of Newtonian fluids are accurately described by the Navier-Stokes equation. Expand
A PLATFORM THAT ACCEPTS SUB-GRID MODELS AS PLUGINS TO ENABLE THE TESTING OF LES MODELS AGAINST DNS DATA
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The Johns Hopkins Turbulent Databases (JHTDB) is a publicly accessible archive of solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations obtained for forced isotropic turbulence. Expand