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An example of a nitely presented monoid is given that does not satisfy the homo-topical niteness condition FHT, although it satisses both the homological niteness conditions left FP 1 and right FP 1 .tions left FP 1 and right FP 1 .
This paper describes a scalable context delivery platform (SCTXPF) and our evaluations of it. The SCTXPF receives a large number of events from various event sources and a large number of complex event processing (CEP) rules from various services/applications. The SCTXPF achieves load distribution of CEP operations by parallelizing event processors (EPs)… (More)
In recent years a number of conditions has been established that a monoid must necessarily satisfy if it is to have a presentation through some nite convergent string-rewriting system. Here we give a survey on this development, explaining these necessary conditions in detail and describing the relationships between them.
Acidic ribosomal phosphoproteins P0, P1 and P2 were isolated in soluble form from silkworm ribosomes and tested for their interactions with each other and with RNA fragments corresponding to the GTPase-associated domain of residues 1030-1127 (Escherichia coli numbering) in silkworm 28S rRNA in vitro. Mixing of P1 and P2 formed the P1-P2 heterodimer, as… (More)
Organotin compounds such as triphenyltin (TPT) and tributyltin (TBT) act as endocrine disruptors through the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ (PPARγ) signaling pathway. We recently found that TPT is a particularly strong agonist of PPARγ. To elucidate the mechanism underlying organotin-dependent PPARγ activation, we here analyzed the… (More)
In this paper we propose a pattern language for active learners, which we name " Learning Patterns ". Learning patterns were originally developed in order to support learning of university students, however we think it can be applied to any learners in various situations like engineering, business, science, and everyday life due to the abstract descriptions… (More)