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Suppose that a and b are multiplicatively independent Gaussian integers, that are both of modulus ≥ √ 5. We prove that there exist a X ⊂ Z[i] which is a-automatic but not b-automatic. This settles a problem of Allouche, Cateland, Gilbert, Peitgen, Shallit, and Skordev.
PURPOSE To evaluate ocular features of nodular posterior scleritis simulating choroidal melanoma. METHODS A 60-year old woman presented with blurred vision in her right eye of two weeks duration. On examination she had a mild right-globe proptosis with an episcleral nodular mass as well as a large elevated nonpigmented choroidal mass involving the nasal… (More)
We present a multiple testing method for hypotheses that are ordered in space or time. Given such hypotheses, the elementary hypotheses as well as regions of consecutive hypotheses are of interest. These region hypotheses not only have intrinsic meaning but testing them also has the advantage that (potentially small) signals across a region are combined in… (More)