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A dust seal for a material conveyor belt and material chute includes an elongated body of a polygonal configuration. The body includes an axial bore defined within the body and extending the length… Continue Reading
In recent years the availability of parallel computation resources has grown rapidly. Nevertheless, even for the most widely studied constraint programming problems such as SAT, solver development… Continue Reading
We identify a self-enforcing collusion protocol (a “bidding ring”) for non-repeated first-price auctions. Unlike previous work on the topic such as that by McAfee and McMillan  and Marshall and… Continue Reading
There is much interest in modeling large, real-world problems as games and computing these games’ equilibria. This interest has driven recent advances in algorithms for computing Nash equilibria of… Continue Reading
We describe a method for quantifying the importance of a blackbox function’s input parameters and their interactions, based on function evaluations obtained by running a Bayesian optimization… Continue Reading
Recommendation systems often face exploration-exploitation tradeoffs: the system can only learn about the desirability of new options by recommending them to some user. Such systems can thus be… Continue Reading