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2018

2018

Robots operate in environments with varying implicit structure. For instance, a helicopter flying over terrain encounters a very… Expand

2017

2017

Bisection debugging, which is based on binary search over software version history, is widely used in practice to identify the… Expand

2015

2015

From a circle with chords we may derive a graph whose nodes correspond to chords and whose edges correspond to intersecting… Expand

2015

2015

Highways are hazardous to migratory ungulates world-wide, causing direct and indirect impacts to ungulate survival. Moreover… Expand

2010

2010

Let AABC be a triangle with vertices A, B, and C. It is "bisected" as follows: choose a/the longest side (say AB) of AABC, let D… Expand

Highly Cited

2002

Highly Cited

2002

Labyrinthula zosterae is clearly shown to be a primary pathogen of eelgrass Zostera marina L., not merely a secondary infection… Expand

2002

2002

In an effort to reduce problems stemming from individual differences in spatial hearing, a rapid method for customizing an… Expand

1993

1993

This paper describes a new partitioning algorithm, BISECT, which is an extension of the Fiduccia-Mattheyses (FM) algorithm that… Expand

Highly Cited

1979

Highly Cited

1979

Let AABC be a triangle with vertices A,, B and C. It is "bisected" as follows: choose a/the longest side (say AB) of AABC, let D… Expand

Highly Cited

1975

Highly Cited

1975

Let AA A A be a triangle with vertices at A1, A2 and A3. The process of "bisecting AA A A is defined as follows. We first locate… Expand