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- Patrick Suppes, Mario Zanotti
- J. Philosophical Logic
- 1976

Ten models are proposed for predicting a student’s final grade placement in a computer-assisted instruction curriculum from the time the student spends taking lessons. Using data from approximately 2,000 elementary students, the models are tested both for ability to predict final grade placement and for ability to describe all points observed throughout the… (More)

Great attention has been given to the exact formulation of locality conditions in the existence of hidden variables for quantum mechanical configurations that do not satisfy Bell's inequalities. In contrast, almost no attention has been given to examining what happens if the requirements for a probability measure are relaxed. The purpose of this paper is… (More)

In a previous paper (Suppes and Zanotti, 1976) we gave simple necessary and sufficient qualitative axioms for the existence of a unique expectation function for the set of extended indicator functions. As we defined this set of functions earlier, it is the closure of the set of indicator functions of events under function addition. In the present paper we… (More)

- ANALYZED SPEECH, CAROLYN GRAMLICH, Robert Laddaga, Arvin Levine, Mario Zanotti
- 1981

THIS article describes a new technique for compressing linear-prediction (LP) coefficients by reducing both the redundancy of the coefficients of individual frames and the sequential redundancy of the coefficients in time, using interpolation and quantization of pseudo-formant parameters. In sections I and 2 of the article, the analysis procedure and… (More)

- R. SANDERS, CAROLYN GRAMLICH, PATRICK SUPPES, Robert Laddaga, Arvin Levme, Mario Zanotti
- 2003

T H IS article describes a new technique for compressing linear-prediction (LP) coefficients by reducing both the redundancy of the coefficients of individual frames and the sequential redundancy of the coefficients in time, using interpolation and quantization of pseudo-formant parameters. In sections 1 and 2 of the article, the analysis procedure and… (More)

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