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2019

2019

We show that, except for a special family of polynomials -that we call $\lambda$-reducible-, a natural multivariate… Expand

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2009

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2009

We define Recursive Markov Chains (RMCs), a class of finitely presented denumerable Markov chains, and we study algorithms for… Expand

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2009

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2009

We give a randomized algorithm that determines if a given graph has a simple path of length at least k in O(2^[email protected… Expand

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2004

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2004

Data partitioning and load balancing are important components of parallel computations. Many different partitioning strategies… Expand

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1999

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1999

This paper sets a foundation for the study of linear codes over finite rings. The finite Frobenius rings are singled out as the… Expand

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1997

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1997

A celebrated theorem of L. Schwartz asserts that a function f on R is ‘rapidly decreasing’ (or in the ‘Schwartz class’) iff its… Expand

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1990

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1990

A fundamental technique used by many algorithms in computer algebrais interpolating polynomials from their values. This paper… Expand

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1986

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1986

"Arithmetic reasoning" can range in complexity from simple integer arithmetic to powerful symbolic algebraic reasoning of the… Expand

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1985

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1985

Abstract In pattern recognition one often wants to measure the perimeters of regions in images. This is straightforward if the… Expand

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1979

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1979

Low-energy weak interactions are phenomenologically described in terms of an intrinsic part possessing a global SU(2) symmetry… Expand

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