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1. Key-Insulated Public Key Encryption With Auxiliary Helper Key: Model, Constructi
KeyInsulated Public Key Encryption with Auxiliary Helper Key Model, constructions and Formal Security Proofs*. Thi Lan Anh PHAN1, Goichiro HANAOKA2,
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Key-Insulated Public Key Encryption with Auxiliary Helper Key: Model, Constructions and Formal Security Proofs
Thi Lan Anh PHAN Goichiro HANAOKA Kanta MATSUURA and Hideki IMAI The authors are with the Department of Informatics and Electronics, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 153-8505 Japan. E-mail: The authors are with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo, 101-0021 Japan.

2. [nucl-th/0612024] Nucleon Form Factors In Point-Form Spectator-Model Constructio
Nucleon Form Factors in PointForm Spectator-Model constructions. Authors T. Melde Comments 8 pages, 3 figures, prepared for XI Convegno su Problemi di nucl-th
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Title: Nucleon Form Factors in Point-Form Spectator-Model Constructions
Authors: T. Melde (Submitted on 6 Dec 2006) Abstract: We discuss electromagnetic currents in the point-form formulation of relativistic quantum mechanics. The construction is along a spectator model and implies that only one quark is explicitly coupled to the photon, but nevertheless many-body contributions are present in the current operator. Such effects are unavoidable in relativistic constructions and resulting ambiguities are notably reduced by imposing charge normalization and time-reversal invariance. The residual theoretical indetermination introduces small but sizeable changes in the nucleon form-factors, particularly at higher Q-squared values, with the data generally centered in the middle of the theoretical band. Comments: 8 pages, 3 figures, prepared for XI Convegno su Problemi di Fisica Nucleare Teorica, Cortona 2006, 11-14 October 2006

3. Intuitionistic Model Constructions And Normalization Proofs
Intuitionistic Model constructions and normalization proofs. Source, Mathematical Structures in Computer Science archive Volume 7 , Issue 1 (February 1997)

4. LDP : Séminaire
Résumé We analyze two impredicative constructions of phase Models, of intuitionistic phase Models and give a phase Model construction with the help of
  • Mardi 30 Novembre 1999
      Vincent DANOS et Russ HARMER (CNRS- Paris VII)

    2) semantique des jeux probabilistes
  • Mardi 19 Octobre 1999
      Rick BLUTE (University of Ottawa).
    Hopf Algebras and non-commutative logic.
    • Mitsu OKADA (Keio University, visiting IML, Marseille).
    Some analysis on predicativity and impredicativity in phase model constructions.
      : We analyze two impredicative constructions of phase models, one for intuitionistic phase model constructions, the other for higher order (but, of course, non-standard) phase model constructions.
      (2)As for the second, we analyze the nature of impredicativity and of non-standardness of the higher order phase-models construction, and we relate it to a (strongly) uniform phase-semantic higher order cut-elimination proof, which works not only for linear logic but also for all reasonable higher order logics uniformly. We also give some relationships between the linear logic proof-search method and some phase-semantic model constructions, (and give their application to a concurrent process calculus).
      The first part of this work is on-going work with my Ph.D student, Kazushige Terui, and Max Kanovitch.

5. Center Leo Apostel -- Research
(1.4) A Model of Model construction each Model, descriptive, explanatory or The development of Models based on mathematical constructions originating
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Research on the Construction of Integrating World Views
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The renewed research community "Research on the construction of integrated worldviews" extends the research of the previous research communities of 1995-2000 and 2000-2005. The final years of the previous research community were marked by a movement of `broadening and deepening'. In order to cope with this strong dynamics new groups were affiliated. The `broadening and deepening' is caused by the interaction with three parallel running FWO-projects (detailed in the report of the previous research community), which provided new links and opportunities for the construction of worldviews. This evolution came about by discovering new methods to chart influences of 'context and surrounding' and non classical, non deterministic and (or) non Boolean structures of entities and processes in the domain of the social sciences at the hand of techniques stemming from the non classical e.g. quantum- exact sciences. We propose a novel approach, comparable to the `chaos and complexity' break through of the eighties, in which formal models stemming from the exact sciences are applied to study entities and processes in the social sciences. `Chaos and complexity' models are not fit to model influences of 'context and surrounding' since these stem from classical mechanical theory. The models proposed in the present novel approach are non classical. As such this allows the description of 'context and surrounding'. The broadening of the initial research goals in the exact sciences was accompanied by a broadening of the goals within the social sciences specifically in relation to the foundations of world views. The research topic "identity, borders and differences" was further developed in three supplementary themes: intercultural philosophy, world views with respect to classical logic and social ontology.

6. Not Even Wrong » Blog Archive » Warped Passages
She tells the story of the relation between Model builders and string theorists consider the deepest and most beautiful constructions in the subject.

7. JSTOR Model Constructions In Stationary Logic. Part I. Forcing
1980 Model constructions IN STATIONARY LOGIC. PART I. FORCING KIM B. BRUCE1 In this series of two papers we wish to discuss two new methods of constructing<439:MCISLP>2.0.CO;2-5

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Contents Introduction to ThreeDimensional Drawing; Three-Dimensional Coodinates constructions; Inderstanding User Coordinate Systems; Using Model Space 2005

Like the nonsupersymmetric constructions of Standard-like Models, the Model does . As for the Standard-like Model constructions with gauge group factors
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TOWARD REALISTIC INTERSECTING D-BRANE MODELS Ralph Blumenhagen, Paul Langacker, and Gary Shiu Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104; email: Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706; email: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 2Y5, Canada We provide a pedagogical introduction to a recently studied class of phenomenologically interesting string models known as Intersecting D-Brane Models. The gauge fields of the Standard Model are localized on D-branes wrapping certain compact cycles on an underlying geometry, whose intersections can give rise to chiral fermions. We address the basic issues and also provide an overview of the recent activity in this field. This article is intended to serve non-experts with explanations of the fundamental aspects of string phenomenology and also to provide some orientation for both experts and non-experts in this active field.
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10. Vita For Kim Bruce
Model constructions in Stationary Logic, Part II Definable Ultrapowers, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 27 (1986), pp. 257262 (reviewed in Math.
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11. Emergence 2006
or at least that properties and rules are our constructions as Multiple special purposes Model builders, do not have rules (though can be
From Complexity to Emergence and Beyond:
Why Emergence is so Hard to Define, Why It is Interesting/Surprising (to Me), and What it Leads On To that Might Otherwise Not Be
The Nature of Inquiry, and of What is Being Inquired Into
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With appreciation for recent conversations on (among other things) ...
  • rules
  • emergence in biology
  • functionalism
  • individual and social "minds"
  • futurism
and earlier conversations including
  • Growth Points (?) in Emerging Emergence : Evolution, Architecture, Story Telling, and Generativity(Theory and Practice of Non-Normal Inquiry), February 2006
  • The Emergence and (continuing) Evolution of the Story of Story Telling
  • On the Difference (?) Between Ants and People , May 2005
  • The Bipartite Brain and Its Significance for Idealism, Pragmatism, and Other Matters , February 2005
  • Emerging Emergence, A Report on Progress (October 2002-present): From the Active Inanimate to Models to Stories to Agency (and Back Again) , October 2004 Reflections on 30 years of learning to be a scientist/empiricist (but not realist)/pragmatist/inquirer Bottom line:
    • Don't buy everything you're told at face value
    • Get it less wrong
    • Give up foundationalism, in all its various guises (including disciplinary forms)
  • 12. Math Forum - Mathematics Teacher Bibliography: Higher Dimensions
    An Easy Dodecahedron Jean M. Shaw Construction of a Model. . Casting Geometric Models In Plasterof-Paris Wallace L. Hainlin Model constructions.
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    13. Journal Of Online Mathematics And Its Applications | The Hyperbolic Toolbox
    For the interested reader, a mathematical description of the steps required for each of the Klein and Poincaré halfplane Model constructions is given in

    14. Publications
    Furthermore the proof is constructive and the Model constructions and accompanying analysis of games in the expressive completeness argument yield an
    Modal Characterisation Theorems over Special Classes of Frames , with A. Dawar
    Preprint of extended and corrected journal version of LICS 2005 paper , 2007, 48 pages. Abstract The Boundedness Problem for Monadic Universal First-Order Logic
    Proceedings of 21th IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science LICS 2006, pp 37-46. Abstract Consider the monadic boundedness problem for least fixed points over FO formulae as a decision problem: Given a formula that is positive in $X$, decide whether there is a uniform finite bound on the least fixed point recursion based on this formula. Few fragments of FO are known to have a decidable boundedness problem; boundedness is known to be undecidable for many fragments. We here show that monadic boundedness is decidable for purely universal FO formulae without equality in which each non-recursive predicate occurs in just one polarity (e.g., only negatively). The restrictions are shown to be essential: waving either the polarity constraint or allowing positive occurrences of equality, the monadic boundedness problem for universal formulae becomes undecidable. The main result is based on a model theoretic analysis involving ideas from modal and guarded logics and a reduction to the monadic second-order theory of trees. Modal Characterisation Theorems over Special Classes of Frames , with A. Dawar

    15. Model Constructions In Stationary Logic. II. Definable Ultrapowers.
    Part I Kim B. Bruce, Model constructions in stationary logic. I. Forcing.. J. Symbolic Logic 45 (1980), no. 3, 439454. Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet)
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    16. UIUC LSATs
    UIUC LSATs Wind Tunnel Model constructions Notes. Wind tunnel Model construction notes Version 6 Wind tunnel Model construction notes with a flap
    UIUC Low-Speed Airfoil Tests
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    The goals of this research are to design, analyze and wind tunnel test airfoils for application to model aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, small wind turbines, and any other systems that operate in the "low Reynolds number regime" ( Re < 500,000). To date over 180 airfoils have been tested and most are documented in the collection: SoarTech 8 and Summary of Low-Speed Airfoil Data - Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 . Volumes 5 and 6 are currently being written. For more info see the synopsis (a bit out of date). Funding for this research into airfoils at low Reynolds numbers was made possible largely through the support of many generous model aviation enthusiasts. Volume 4, which includes airfoils for application to small wind turbines, was funded by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Wind Technology Center ( NREL-NWTC ), This "Vol 4" has been packaged as an NREL-NWTC report and it's free (see link below). Tabulated airfoil data from Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4 are on the web

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    19. Examples Of Rigorous Introductory-Level Earth Systems Science Course Work Poster
    Analysis of variance also suggests that student mental Model constructions were significantly different (p $ $ 0.10) between test groups.
    Education and Human Resourcese [ED] ED41A MCC:level 1 Thursday 0800h
    Examples of Rigorous Introductory-Level Earth Systems Science Course Work Posters
    Presiding: J Madsen, University of Delaware; B Tewksbury, Hamilton College
    Instructional Practices in Introductory Geoscience Courses: Results of a National Faculty Survey * Macdonald, R ( , College of William and Mary, Department of Geology, PO Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187 United States
    Manduca, C A ( , Carleton College, Science Education Resource Center, Northfield, MN 55057 United States
    Mogk, D W ( , Montana State University, Department of Earth Sciences, Bozeman, MT 59717 United States
    Tewksbury, B J ( , Hamilton College, Department of Geology, Clinton, NY 13323 United States * Tewksbury, B J ( , Hamilton College, Dept. of Geology 198 College Hill Rd., Clinton, NY 13323 United States
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    20. Designs For Boys And Girls Clubs
    Design and Environmental Analysis students presented their fullscale Model constructions Dec. 8 in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall to client representatives
    Two CU classes collaborate on designs for Boys and Girls Clubs of America
    By Susan Lang Design students in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell didn't just research and write about the activity modules they designed for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. They also sawed, drilled, sanded and constructed four full-scale models of a games corner, a technology and homework room, an art station and a young women's nook, all to be donated and used at Boys and Girls Clubs of America locations. Design and Environmental Analysis students presented their full-scale model constructions Dec. 8 in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall to client representatives from the Boys and Girls Clubs of America's (BGCA) national headquarters in Atlanta. Here Stephanie Krieger '05, left, discusses a model with BGCA representative Beth Anderson. Frank DiMeo/University Photography The games space, for example, consists of three rolling and stackable cabinets and two sturdy benches that youngsters can stand on to play board games with taller youths or push together to form a table. Each cabinet includes drawers, bins and shelves for storage. The young women's nook is a curved cubby decked out in bright orange, pink and lime green cushions to form an intimate, inviting "room within a room" in which girls can discuss private issues, personalize with photos and artwork and reconfigure to fit up to four or five individuals. The modules were designed and built by two collaborating classes in Cornell's Department of Design and Environmental Analysis (DEA) whose goal was to create interiors that would help promote youth development and empower at-risk youth at Boys and Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) facilities, which target youth in disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout the country.

    21. Vascular Endothelial Growth Factors Encoded By Orf Virus Show Surprising Sequenc
    The sequences used in the Model constructions were the VHDs listed in Fig. 3 Up . Secondary structure elements of VEGFA (Muller et al.,1997a Down
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    Vascular endothelial growth factors encoded by Orf virus show surprising sequence variation but have a conserved, functionally relevant structure
    A. A. Mercer L. M. Wise A. Scagliarini C. J. McInnes

    22. HPSG - Some Leading Ideas
    There are new proposals within HPSG to Model constructions, as well as signs, in terms of feature structures. This allows constructions to be analyzed via
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    Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
    HPSG is a constraint-based, lexicalist approach to grammatical theory that seeks to model human languages as systems of constraints. Typed feature structures play a central role in this modeling. Some of the leading ideas of current work in HPSG are the following:
    • Strict Lexicalism
      Word structure and phrase structure are governed by partly independent principles. Words and phrases are two kinds (subtypes) of sign.
    • Concrete, surface-oriented structures
      `Abstract' structures (e.g. empty categories and functional projections) are avoided wherever possible, in favor of `minimal' grammatical structures.
    • Geometric prediction
      The hierarchical organization of linguistic information plays a significant role in predicting the impossibility of certain kinds of linguistic phenomena.
    • Locality of selection
      According the theory of valence articulated in Pollard and Sag (1994), lexical heads select only for the synsem objects (a kind of syntactico-semantic complex) of their complements, subjects, or specifiers. It follows that category selection, role assignment, case assignment, head agreement and semantic selection all obey a particular kind of locality determined by valence selection features. This is a kind of geometric prediction. Current work is exploring revisions of this architecture to accommodate limited selection of apparently non-local elements (e.g. subjects within saturated clauses and possessors within NPs).

    23. CSE: Publications
    Dybjer, Peter; Coquand, Thierry Intuitionistic Model constructions and normalization proofs. Mathematical Structures in Computer Science , 7 pp. 7594.
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    Abel, Andreas; Coquand, Thierry; Dybjer, Peter: Normalization by Evaluation for Martin-Löf Type Theory with Equality Judgements. Proceedings of 22nd IEEE Annual Symposium on Logic in Computer Science, Wroclaw, Poland, July 2007. CPL 41354 Abel, Andreas; Aehlig, Klaus; Dybjer, Peter: Normalization by evaluation for Martin-Löf type theory with one universe. Mathematical Foundations of Programming Semantics, New Orleans, LA, USA, April 2007. Ed. M. Fiore. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, Elsevier. , 173 pp. 17-40. CPL 41353 Bove, Ana; Capretta, Venanzio: Computation by Prophecy. Typed Lambda Calculus and Applications; Simona Ronchi Della Rocca (Ed.), 8th International Conference, TLCA 2007, Paris, France, June 26-28, 2007, Proceedings. (Lecture notes in computer science; 4583 ) , pp. 7083. ISBN/ISSN: 978-3-540-73227-3 CPL 47397 Buisse, Alexandre; Dybjer, Peter: Towards formalizing categorical models of type theory in type theory. Second International Workshop on Logical Frameworks and Metalanguages: Theory and Practice (LFMTP'07), eds Brigite Pientka and Carsten Schurmann, Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, Elsevier

    24. 3D Geo GmbH | News
    In addition, users can create complete Modelconstructions of cities and even perform small integration work. With this software, for example,

    25. Models: Environment
    he has argued persuasively that environmental Models are flawed by “equifinality” –the fact that several different Model constructions may produce the
    Environment Models
    Keith Beven Richard Iverson Prediction in Geomorphology (American Geophysical Union, 2003), a volume of papers that examine the philosophical and methodological underpinnings of models of landscape-forming processes. Steven Jackson Susan G. Sterrett , Department of Philosophy, Duke University. Professor Sterrett has authored several papers on models, scientific representation, and scientific inference. She has also published on the use of analogical reasoning in science by scientists such as Darwin, Mach, and Einstein. Her recent book Wittgenstein Flies A Kite: A Story of Models of Wings and Models of the World examined the history of the formalization of the methodology of experimental engineering scale models, and its implications for philosophy of language.

    26. LED Team Research Themes
    Theorem provers and Model builders can examine the different .. parser and two ways of doing semantic constructions are currently under investigation,
    English pages under construction... Presentation Team members Research areas Proposed subjects ... Glossary Research areas Scientific foundations
    Theoretical foundations

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    Linguistic engineering
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    ... Linguistic and multimedia resources New results Lexicon management for syntax and semantics TMF (ISO 16642) Terminological Activities in SYNTAX Linguistic description and analysis ... Synchronization between syntactic and semantic knowledge
    Scientific foundations Theoretical foundations How does human language work? What are the processes involved when two people have a dialogue? How do they understand each other? Is it possible to model such interactions on a computer, and, if so, what are the methods and tools we need? Such questions raise many scientific problems, such as how the sound systems of human languages function (phonology), and what is involved in the organization of grammatical structure (syntax). In the "Langue et Dialogue" Team, we are particularly interested in the semantic and pragmatic aspects of human language and with the computational problems they give rise too. The orientation of "Langue et Dialogue" towards natural language semantics and pragmatics is based on such developments. The research program of the team is to develop and use logical, linguistic, and computational tools to tackle different problems in natural language. We place heavy emphasis on two themes:

    27. Phys. Rev. D 50 (1994): Katsusada Morita And Yoshitaka Okumura - Reconstruction
    Two Model constructions to reproduce WeinbergSalam theory have been made in Ref. 8, where in the first Model we have to discard by hand the gauge
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    Next article Issue 2 View Page Images PDF (1311 kB), or Buy this Article Use Article Pack Export Citation: BibTeX EndNote (RIS) Reconstruction of Weinberg-Salam theory in noncommutative geometry on M Z
    Katsusada Morita Department of Physics, Nagoya University, Nagoya, 464-01, Japan Yoshitaka Okumura Department of Natural Sciences, Chubu University, Kasugai, Aichi, 487, Japan
    Received 1 November 1993 Weinberg-Salam theory is reconstructed using the generalized differential calculus extended on the discrete space M Z . According to Chamseddine and co-workers, we introduce the field

    28. Looking At Mathematics As Technology: Implications For Numeracy
    Equally, the Model builders would need to develop an understanding of the Australia (1990) Guidelines for Successful Engineering constructions.
    Looking at mathematics as technology: implications for numeracy Keiko Yasukawa University of Technology, Sydney Abstract
    A numeracy education which enables people across different socio-cultural groups to develop and participate in more numerate discourses is needed. In articulating this need, and thinking about how such discourses may evolve, the paper will focus on the the pervasiveness of mathematical models in our socio-political spheres. In analysing the nature of the presence of mathematics in people’s lives, the paper views mathematics as a form of technology, and suggests that numeracy ought to be seen as part of a broader critical technological literacy.
    It has been said that "structural engineering" is the art of modelling materials we do not wholly understand into shapes we cannot precisely analyse so as to withstand forces we cannot properly assess in such a way that the public at large has no reason to suspect the extent of our ignorance. [The "technical approach" assumes that] experts have a predominant role in decision-making and citizens are see as ‘consumers’ who are incapable of exerting ethical or practical concerns about the environment ... [while the political approach] adopts a critical view of industrial market society with its growth imperatives and focuses on alternative economic and social strategies which may involve less exploitative values towards the environment. When we talk about risks, I give them numbers. They give me sociology. There is NO discourse.

    29. Lab. Of Xiao Feng Numerical Simulation CFD
    Conservative and unified Model for compressible and incompressible flows based on VSIAM3(Volume/Surface Integrated Average Global Model constructions
    Research activities in Xiao Laboratory Publications
    Current researches interests
    Algorithm researches
    • Multi-moment approximation methods CIP (Constrained Interpolation Profile) schemes Finite volume methods based on multi-moment concept Numerical schemes for geophysical fluid dynamics Robust and accurate schemes for unstructured grid Interface tracking/capturing schemes Advection schemes Numerical schemes for Hyperbolic systems Complex geometry models Interface dynamics schemes for multi-component flows
    Model developments
    • Conservative and unified model for compressible and incompressible flows based on VSIAM3(Volume/Surface Integrated Average based Multi-Moment Method) and CIP-CSL schemes Multi-scale and multi-function models for atmospheric and oceanic dynamics Numerical models for air-water interactions Multi-phase fluid model Fluid-structure coupling model Multi-function model for geophysical fluids and environmental assessement Multi-scale models for hydraulic engineering and flood disaster warning Bio-fluid model Various industry-oriented practical codes Computational models based on non-Navier-Stokes formulations
    • Water machinery design Shock wave interactions in complex geometry Aerodynamic design Local and global atmospheric/oceanic environment prediction and analysis Air/water interactions of multi-scales Wind energy assessment Hydraulic and naval engineering Biomechanical simulation
    Computer hardware and parallel computing
    • Construction of low cost and high performance clusters based on PC or WS

    30. Application Of Classification And Regression Trees
    *Interpretations of complex interactions are clear and often more easily understood than other Model constructions. A tree is tar more easily interpreted 94'/application of classification and r
    Application of Classification and Regression Trees:
    Selection of Avalanche Activity Indices at Mammoth Mountain Robert E. Davis* Kelly Elder**
    We focus on the the importance of the parameters describing the degree of avalanche activity. Classification and regression trees were trained on weather, snow plot and avalanche occurrence observations from the Sierra Nevada, California, a maritime influenced region. Avalanche activity was characterized by the total number of releases, the sum of the sizes and the maximum size class. The number of cases for the data set was 482. We show that the accuracy of overall classification depended on which activity parameter was selected, while the ranking of the critical input variables remained identical. The probability of correct classification was the highest for the maximum size class, followed by the sum of the sizes, and the total number of releases.
    Works in the literature report that the importance of various meteorological and snow plot variables associated with avalanche hazard changes with geographic region. This observation appears consistent despite the use of various parameters to describe the level of avalanche hazard or the degree of avalanche activity. Thus its seem plausible that for a given region, a list of critical variables can also state the order of importance to avalanche hazard or activity. Such a list should, ideally, be constructed from variables dictated by experience and ranked by quantitative analyses. Once a list can be made, a further question arises about the suitability of using it for distinguishing among different intensities of avalanche activity.

    31. Introduction
    However, it is our conviction, based on many years experience, that the execution of such Model constructions can play a vital role in enlivening and
    Introduction (Mathematics and Aesthetics)
    In the course of our very pleasant correspondence with Professor Denes Nagy about our contribution to the Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Symmetry, held in Washington D. C. in August 1995, the idea took shape of our writing two articles about the symmetry of geometrical figures, one of a practical nature, the other of a more theoretical nature. Thus this article is a companion to the article Symmetry in Practice (in this issue), which describes very practical ways of constructing regular polygons and polyhedra. We subtitle that article " Recreational Constructions and refer to it henceforth as [ Rec ] - because the constructions, involving the use of colored paper, have an undoubted recreational flavor. However, it is our conviction, based on many years' experience, that the execution of such model constructions can play a vital role in enlivening and enriching the study of geometry, especially if the mathematical theory underlying the constructions features prominently. Thus it is our strong hope that readers of [ Rec ] will be encouraged to move on to this more theoretical sequel, to learn why the constructions work and better to understand the nature of symmetry. We also set the mathematical development in its historical context and show explicitly how the geometry is related to other parts of mathematics

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    33. [Abstract] Instruction Production Model Based On The Multimedia Learning Theory
    The results indicated the availability of our Model. can also have negative effects because a picture may interfere with mental Model constructions.

    34. Department Of Physics And Astronomy At The University Of Pennsylvania // High En
    Model building and phenomenology Including predictions of heavy Z bosons and other new particles, the consequences of specific string Model constructions,
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    35. Constructions In The Poincaré Model
    constructions in the Poincaré Model. To construct the Poincaré line joining two ideal points, or the socalled line of enclosure , we have the following
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    line of enclosure , we have the following result.
    The previous description for the construction of the unique line between two ordinary points follows from the fifth item above. We have already discussed the measure of segments, as well. How do you copy a given angle at a given point, A , on a given ray,
  • If A is the center of then the ray is a diameter of and the angle is copied as in Euclidean geometry, using another diameter of
  • If , the center of , then we must find the unique circle through A orthogonal to and tangent to the given Euclidean line which forms the Euclidean angle with the tangent to at A
  • For orthogonal to , by the above facts, must pass through , the inverse of A with respect to . The center, C , of lies on the perpendicular bisector of AA '. Let m be this bisector.
  • For to be tangent to at A , we must have perpendicular to . Thus, C lies on the unique perpendicular to at A , say n Lemma 16.1: If , then
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  • 36. Biochem. J. (1997) 327, 593-600 - L._F. Liu And Others - Lys_15 And Ser_208 Of C
    The coordinates of CL33 (Y.-C. Liaw and M. F. Tam, unpublished work) and human (h) GSTA1-1 14 were used as templates in the Model constructions.
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    37. A Big Bang Lab
    The module begins with a series of (pencil and paper) scaleModel constructions that illustrate the vast dimensions of objects and the space between them in

    38. Rosella Gennari | Web Site | At KRDB
    More precisely properties of frame constructions as in Section 3.2, and a comparison with the analogue properties of Model constructions; the finite frame

    39. Model Aircraft - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Flying Models borrow construction techniques from vintage fullsized aircraft In order to complete the construction of a Model, the builder typically
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      Fokker F28 Static model aircraft , those not intended to fly, are scale models commonly built using plastic, wood, metal or paper. Some static models are scaled for use in wind tunnels , where the data acquired is used to aid the design of full scale aircraft. Collectors can buy models that have already been built and painted, models that require construction, painting and gluing, or models that have been painted but need to be snapped together. Snap models are often cheap and break easily. Snap models are becoming increasingly popular because no hard work is required. Most of the world's airlines allow their fleet aircraft to be modeled as a form of publicity.

    40. IngentaConnect A Theory Of Scientific Model Construction: The Conceptual Process
    The process of abstraction and concretisation is a label used for an explicative theory of scientific Modelconstruction. In scientific theorising this;j

    41. Blackwell Synergy - J Appl Entomology, Volume 127 Issue 3 Page 163-166, April 20
    Model construction using the data from winter and spring oilseed rape fields were carried out by means of a computer program (SPSS, 1997).
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    A model for determination of the numbers of pollen beetles ( Meligethes aeneus F.) (Col., Nitidulidae) per plant in oil-seed rape crops ( Brassica napus L.) by estimating the percentage of plants attacked by pollen beetles
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    44. DBLP: Marek J. Druzdzel
    23 EE TsaiChing Lu, Marek J. Druzdzel Supporting Changes in Structure in Causal Model Construction. ECSQARU 2001 204-215
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    45. Addiction Research Unit/University At Buffalo: Model Reward System
    This provides a convenient starting point for Model construction as shown in Figure 1. Figure 1 Model construction. X1, electrical brain stimulation (from
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    46. Field Theory Of The Random Flux Model
    (v) Integrating out P we find that, in contrast to standard Model analyses (and in accord with the construction of Gade s action 20), a residual coupling
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    Alexander Altland Received 12 April 1999 Abstract: The long-range properties of the random flux model (lattice fermions hopping under the influence of maximally random link disorder) are shown to be described by a supersymmetric field theory of non-linear -model type, where the group is the global invariant manifold. An extension to non-Abelian generalizations of this model identifies connections to lattice QCD, Dirac fermions in a random gauge potential, and stochastic non-Hermitian operators. Quantum disordered systems are typically realized in Hamiltonians of the general form , where models the underlying `clean' system, and disorder is introduced via the randomly distributed Hermitian operator . Sometimes, however, it is preferable to implement disorder in terms of

    47. The Geometry Junkyard: Models Of Polyhedra
    The most common construction methods involve folding and gluing together cutout paper polygons, but some of these Model-builders have carved their
    Models of Regular Polyhedra One of the most common forms of geometric model-making involves construction of the five Platonic solids, and of various related symmetric three-dimensional polyhedra . The most common construction methods involve folding and gluing together cut-out paper polygons, but some of these model-builders have carved their polyhedra from solid materials.
    • Beezer's PlayDome . Rob Beezer makes truncated icosahedra out of old automobile tires.
    • Breaking Bonds . Geometric sculpture by Stephen Luecking combining buckyball, hexagon, and amorphous shapes of carbon molecules.
    • Cardahedra . Business card polyhedral origami.
    • Andrew Crompton . Grotesque geometry, Tessellations, Lifelike Tilings, Escher style drawings, Dissection Puzzles, Geometrical Graphics, Mathematical Art. Anamorphic Mirrors, Aperiodic tilings, Optical Machines.
    • Cyclocentric polyhedra . Nadia Sobin makes cast plaster and stone sculptures by warping the faces of regular polyhedra.
    • Die-cast metal polyhedra available for sale from Pedagoguery Software.
    • Geometric wire sculptures . Stainless steel dodecahedron and stella octangula shaped ornaments, adorned with faceted glass balls by Australian artist Leigh Boileau.

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    50. Project-SIGNES:A New Applicative Model For Finite State Machines
    This work is being pursued as a general Model for the modular construction of finite state machines, possibly nondeterministic, and possibly transducing
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    This work builds on the Zen toolkit for lexical processing designed by the author, and distributed as a free software Ocaml library. It investigates a notion of mixed automaton or

    51. TechEBlog » Top 10 Strangest Lego Creations
    Built by Lego Master Model Builders, this Volvo XC90 is the official car of Legoland California. 7. Lego NES Case
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    It's time for our weekly Top 10 list and this week our editors bring you the "Top 10 Strangest (or Coolest...) Lego Creations". Leave us a comment with your own favorites. PCMag
    10. Lego iPod Case
    This interesting BrixPod Classic iPod Shuffle case gives your Shuffle the appearance of a full-sized iPod made of Lego bricks. MacBlog
    9. Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite
    Nathan Sawaya used over 10,000 Lego pieces and spent 3 months making this "Han Solo in Carbonite" masterpiece. NathanBrickArtist
    8. Lego Volvo XC90
    Built by Lego Master Model Builders, this Volvo XC90 is the official car of Legoland California.
    7. Lego NES Case
    If Nintendo came out with a Lego NES case, this would be it. Everything is 100% Lego - power/reset buttons, controller ports, LED light cover, and even the vents up top. One more picture here RetroNintendo
    6. Lego Harpsichord
    This Harpsichord was constructed entirely from Lego parts (over 100,000!), including keyboard, jacks, jack rack, jack rail, plectra, soundboard, bridge, hitch pins, tuning pins, wrestplank, nut, case, legs, lid, lid stick, and music stand. It has a range of 61 notes and weighs 150 lb. OddMusic
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    52. WBDG: Federal Green Construction Guide For Specifiers - FAQs
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    While certain provisions, where indicated, are required for U.S. federal agency projects, the Guide is not intended to establish procurement policy. Furthermore, EPA, the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive, and the Whole Building Design Guide do not intend the use of this Guide to be mandatory. Therefore, there is no associated enforcement mechanism. How are guide specifications intended to be used?

    53. Paper Models
    Modular origami is a construction technique in which many similar or identical pieces are individually folded and then assembled together into a Model.
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      I highly recommend making paper models, both for the elegant beauty of the models themselves and for gaining insight into three-dimensional space as you construct and then study them. They are great in a classroom . Related types of paper constructions other constructions and the Zometool are also recommended. At right is one of the 59 stellations of the icosahedron . It is made by cutting out paper triangles with tabs on their edges, and assembling with glue. I made it almost 20 years ago, following plans given in Magnus Wenninger's book Polyhedron Models, listed in the references . Click on the picture for a 3D version. Modular origami is a construction technique in which many similar or identical pieces are individually folded and then assembled together into a model. For the example shown here, each edge piece is folded from a separate square of paper, and then the edge pieces slide into each other and interlock (a method I learned from Jeannine Mosely). The polyhedron is a skewed version of the truncated icosahedron , a well-known Archimedean "semi-regular" solid which provides the pattern used for the soccer ball. Often glueless, modular origami techniques are described in several of the books listed in the

    54. Compositions And Methods For Use In Three Dimensional Model Printing - US Patent
    The construction layers of the Model may be formed from interface material having a different (harder) modulus of elasticity than the material used to form
    United States Patent 7183335
    Compositions and methods for use in three dimensional model printing
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    Processes of preparing or treating a solid polymer by wave energy in the presence of a designated nonreactant material (DNRM); or composition therefore Processes of preparing a solid polymer from at least one nitrogen containing monomer; or compositions therefore Sulfur containing Heterocyclic ring containing DNRM Heavy metal containing DNRM Water Reacting an ethylenic monomer in the presence of a solid polymer Solid polymer derived from a reactant which is a carboxylic acid or derivative Polymer of an ethylenic reactant with a saturated reactant From mercaptan or mercaptide-containing reactant With ethylenically unsaturated reactant
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