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The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) experiment is a dual-phase xenon time-projection chamber operating at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (Lead, South Dakota). The LUX cryostat was filled for the first time in the underground laboratory in February 2013. We report results of the first WIMP search data set, taken during the period from April to(More)
The choice of a particular algorithm for solving a given class of constraint satisfaction problems is often confused by exceptional behaviour of algorithms. One method of reducing the impact of this exceptional behaviour is to adopt an adaptive philosophy to constraint satisfaction problem solving. In this paper we describe one such adaptive algorithm based(More)
Clinical studies on the use and activity of drugs often rely on data generated from a relatively small number of patients, and definitive conclusions are drawn that are assumed to represent the population at large. Similarly, interpretation and comparison of studies are made difficult when end points of effectiveness, particularly with antihypertensive(More)
The input to our algorithm is the current game state – the positions of the avatar, the swinging hammers, and the platforms, the velocity of the avatar and angular velocity of the hammers, and the acceleration of the avatar. We used MCTS and Q-Learning to create players who would then output the player’s chosen action – ‘click’ or ‘don’t click’(More)
A scanner which produces surface profiles of residual limbs from below-the-knee amputees was constructed and evaluated. The scanner uses a turntable mounted laser to define a surface profile line, a charge-coupled-device video camera to view the profile, and a custom designed video processing board to extract profile data. A microcomputer is used to control(More)
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