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The discovery of surprising relations in large, heterogeneous information repositories is gaining increasing importance in real world data analysis. If these repositories come from diverse origins, forming different domains, domain bridging associations between otherwise weakly connected domains can provide insights into the data that are not accomplished(More)
Almost every application of spreading activation is accompanied by its own set of often heuristic restrictions on the dynamics. We show that in constraint-free scenarios spreading activation would actually yield query-independent results, so that the specific choice of restrictions is not only a pragmatic computational issue, but crucially determines the(More)
In a randomized, single dose, open crossover study in 24 healthy women, aged between 20 and 28 years, the relative bioavailability of the test product Mini 30 (0.03 mg levonorgestrel) in comparison to a reference, Microval, was investigated after single dose administration. Because there was a difference in the in vitro dissolution test, it was of interest(More)
We present a clustering method for collections of graphs based on the assumptions that graphs in the same cluster have a similar role structure and that the respective roles can be founded on implicit vertex types. Given a network ensemble (a collection of attributed graphs with some substantive commonality), we start by partitioning the set of all vertices(More)
Some personal thoughts are discussed based upon the author’s experience of landscape research as a geographer to whom the holistic character of landscape as the result of natural processes and human activities is obvious and thus the interdisciplinary approach as well. The growing demand for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary landscape research is(More)
The discovery of surprising relations in large, heterogeneous information repositories is gaining increasing importance in real world data analysis. If these repositories come from diverse origins, forming different domains, domain bridging associations between otherwise weakly connected domains can provide insights into the data that can otherwise not be(More)
C. C. Homes,1,2,* S. V. Dordevic,1,3 A. Gozar,1 G. Blumberg,4,5 T. Rõõm,5 D. Hüvonen,5 U. Nagel,5 A. D. LaForge,6 D. N. Basov,6 and H. Kageyama7 1Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York 11973, USA 2Laboratoire Photons et Matière, UPR-5 CNRS, ESPCI, 10 Rue Vauquelin, 75231 Paris Cedex 5,(More)