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(1994)Various physical design problems in Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits and FieldProgrammable Gate Arrays (FPGA) are studied in this thesis. Specifically, we study (1) the area minimization problem in floorplans ...
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(1993)In traditional precedenceconstrained scheduling a task is ready to execute when all its predecessors are completed. We call such a task an AND task. In many applications there are tasks which are ready to execute when ...
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(2004)The Main Theorem shows that every nontrivial tame knot in R3 has an alternating quadrisecant. This result refines the previous work about quadrisecants and gives greater geometric insight into knots. The Main Theorem ...
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(1984)An (omega)language is a set of infinite ((omega)type) strings of symbols. We study the classes of (omega)languages accepted by Turing Acceptors when infinite computations are allowed. There are various possible ...
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(1997)In 1877, R. Dedekind introduced the sum$$s(d, c) = \sum\sbsp{j=1}{c}\left(\left({j\over c}\right)\right)\left(\left({dj\over c}\right)\right),$$which appears in the multiplier system of the Dedekind etafunction as a modular ...
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(1981)Two algorithms of use in sparse matrix computation are studied. The rounding errors of the computational Lanczos algorithm are examined in order to account for the differences between the ideal and the machineoperator ...
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(2004)We prove error estimates for the case of both elementwise and patchwise causal partitions.
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(1990)In 1983, Bhatia, Davis and McIntosh proved that if A and B are selfadjoint with dist($\sigma(A),\sigma(B)) \geq \delta$ then there is some $c\sb{sa} < 2$ (independent of A and B) such that $c\sb{sa}\vert\vert\vert AQ  ...
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(1987)In this work we develop an approach of Selberg to the analytic continuation of Eisenstein series by means of Fredholm theory. We set up the machinery for very general algebraic groups and arithmetic subgroups, and obtain ...
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(1982)Forelli has shown that every linear isometry T from H('p) onto H('p),1 (LESSTHEQ) p < (INFIN), p (NOT=) 2, is of the form Tf = (nu)((phi)')('1/p)f(CCIRC)(phi), where (nu) is a unimodular constant and (phi) is in M, the ...
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(1997)A stochastic flow is constructed on a frame bundle adapted to a Riemannian foliation on a compact manifold. The generator A of the resulting transition semigroup is shown to preserve the basic functions and forms, and there ...
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(2006)We consider the KuramotoSivashinsky equation in one dimension with periodic boundary conditions. We apply a Lyapunov function argument similar to the one first introduced by Nicolaenko, Scheurer, and Temam, and later ...
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(2007)Secondly, we use algebraic functions with two poles to obtain efficient secret sharing schemes. We present a method to find the lower bounds for the minimum distance of geometric codes. We apply this to the twopoint codes ...
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(2009)Here we provide a simple outline of the contents of this dissertation.
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