Richard McKinley

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MRSI grids frequently show spectra with poor quality, mainly because of the high sensitivity of MRS to field inhomogeneities. These poor quality spectra are prone to quantification and/or interpretation errors that can have a significant impact on the clinical use of spectroscopic data. Therefore, quality control of the spectra should always precede their(More)
A formulation of naive set theory is given in Lafont's Soft Linear Logic, a logic with polynomial time cut-elimination. We demonstrate that the provably total functions of this set theory are precisely the PTIME functions. A novelty of this approach is the representation of the unary/binary natural numbers by two distinct sets (the safe naturals and the(More)
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