In mathematics, Horner's method (also known as Horner scheme in the UK or Horner's rule in the U.S.) is either of two things: * an algorithm for… (More)

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2015

2015

- Zhiguo Hey, Bin Weiz, Jianfeng Yux, Feng Gao, Hui Ou-Yang, Julien Prat
- 2015

We introduce uncertainty into the Holmstrom and Milgrom (1987) model to study optimal long-term contracting with learning. In the… (More)

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2014

2014

- ⇤ Renato Gomes, Alessandro Pavan, +8 authors Marco Ottaviani
- 2014

We study centralized many-to-many matching in markets where agents have private information about (vertical) characteristics that… (More)

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2011

2011

- Navin Kartik, Francesco Squintani, Katrin Tinn
- 2011

We study a Downsian model of elections in which two candidates who are primarily officemotivated have policy-relevant private… (More)

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2009

2009

[1] Surface disruptions by boils during strong tidal flows over a rocky sill were observed in thermal infrared imagery collected… (More)

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2007

2007

The compensated Horner algorithm and the Horner algorithm with double-double arithmetic improve the accuracy of polynomial… (More)

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2006

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2006

- P. M. Cohn
- 2006

motivating the study of linear equations with a problem about a heated plate, whose solution is disarmingly simple when the mean… (More)

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2005

2005

- Philippe Langlois, Stef Graillat, Nicolas Louvet
- Algebraic and Numerical Algorithms and Computer…
- 2005

We present a compensated Horner scheme, that is an accurate and fast algorithm to evaluate univariate polynomials in floating… (More)

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2005

2005

In most major democracies there are very few parties compared to the number of possible policy positions held by voters. We… (More)

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2003

2003

Horner’s method is a standard minimum arithmetic method for evaluating and deflating polynomials. It can also efficiently… (More)

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