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MONOMIAL (1, 0,-1) MATRIX OF THE FOURTH ORDER, ISOMORPHIC TO THE GROUP OF QUATERNIONS

MONOMIAL (1, 0,-1) MATRIX OF THE FOURTH ORDER, ISOMORPHIC TO THE GROUP OF QUATERNIONS

На множестве мономиальных (1, 0, –1)-мат- риц [12] четвертого порядка, представляющих тождественные и четные подстановки четвер- той степени на множестве элементов четырех- мерного ортонормированного базиса и проти- воположных элементов, найти некоммутатив- ные подгруппы, изоморфные группе кватер- нионов и составляющие базис совокупности четырех кватернионных матриц. Исследовать свойства базисных матриц.
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Comparative study of efficacy and safety of topical cyclosporine 0 1% and tacrolimus ointment 0 1% therapy with fluorometholone 0 1% for vernal keratoconjunctivitis

Comparative study of efficacy and safety of topical cyclosporine 0 1% and tacrolimus ointment 0 1% therapy with fluorometholone 0 1% for vernal keratoconjunctivitis

This Prospective, interventional and randomised comparative double blinded study was conducted in department of ophthalmology, Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College and Hospital, New Delhi after taking clearance from local ethical committee during August 2017 to December 2018. A baseline study was taken into consideration and the minimum required sample size was calculated as 20 in each group (total 60 patients) (Bonini et al., 2004). All patients of 5 to 20 years age with moderate to severe VKC were randomly divided into three groups A, B and C and were treated with CsA 0.1% eyedrops TCA 0.1% ointment and FML 0.1% eye drops respectively after taking informed consent from patients and parents. Patients using contact lens or with coexisting ocular disease like uveitis, glaucoma, corneal disease, ocular infection and patients who reported hypersensitivity to all three drugs were excluded from the study. Each subject was randomly assigned by sealed envelope system into groups. Group A received the cyclosporine 0.1% drops in a dosage of one drop every 12 hours in both eyes ; Patients of group B received the tacrolimus 0.1% ointment twice a day, and group C received the fluorometholone 0.1% eye drops four times a day, during the 90 days of the study. All patients were evaluated in the subsequent programmed follow up visits (day 7, 14, 30,60, 90). Diagnostic symptoms of VKC included itching, watering, mucous secretions and photophobia while presenting signs were conjunctival hyperemia, papillary hypertrophy, giant papillae, discharge, and Horner-Trantas dots (accumulation of gelatinous inflammatory infiltrates around the limbus) and corneal lesions.Patients with VKC were divided in three clasess mild, moderate and severe on the basis of severity of signs and symptoms (Sanjiv Kumar Gupta1, 2015) (Table-1 and 2). After obtaining demographic information, clinical history and specific symptoms were assessed. Pre- and post- treatment assessments were performed by same ophthalmologist.
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Robust Bootstrap Procedures for Detecting Additional and Innovational Outliers in Bilinear (1, 0, 1, 1) Model

Robust Bootstrap Procedures for Detecting Additional and Innovational Outliers in Bilinear (1, 0, 1, 1) Model

AO Effects on Original Observations and Residuals When there is no outlier existing in the data at time point t, such that t  1 , 2 , 3 ,..., n , the observations   Y t is known as the original observations. If AO exists in the data, the symbol Y t * ,AO is used to signify of the existence of the outlier, and is known as “AO effect on observation”. The effect of this outlier exists only at time point t  d with  as magnitude of outlier effect from bilinear (1,0,1,1) model. For time point t  d , clearly Y t * AO  Y t

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A Polyhedral Study of Mixed 0-1 Set

A Polyhedral Study of Mixed 0-1 Set

more complex than for the approximation made by considering two-stage stochastic mixed 0-1 & combinatorial models. We should point out that the scenario tree in real-life problems is very frequently a nonsymmetric one and then, the traditional splitting variable representation for the nonanticipativity constraints (for short, NAC), see [1, 5], on the 0-1 and continuous variables does not appear readily accessible to manipulations that are required by the decomposition strategies. A new type of strategies is necessary for solving medium and large scale instances of the problem. The decomposition approaches that appear most promising are based on some forms of branching selection, and scenario cluster partitioning and bounding that definitively use the information about the separability of the problem, see our work in [6]. In full version of this work [7] we present a stochastic mixed 0-1 optimization modeling approach and a parallelizable Branch and Fix Coordination (BFC) algorithm for solving general mixed 0-1 & combinatorial optimization problems under uncertainty, where it is represented by nonsymmetric scenario trees. Given the struc- turing of the scenario clusters, the approach generates independent cluster submodels, then, allowing parallel computation for obtain- ing lower bounds to the optimal solution value as well as feasible solutions for the problem until getting the optimal one. We present a splitting variable representation with explicit NAC for linking the submodels together, and a compact representation for each sub- model to treat the implicit NAC related to each of the scenario clus- ters. Then, the algorithm that we propose uses the Twin Node Fam- ily (TNF) concept, see [6], and it is specially designed for coordi- nating and reinforcing the branching nodes and the branching 0-1 variable selection strategies at each Branch-and-Fix (BF) tree. The nonsymmetric scenario tree which will be partitioned into smaller scenario cluster subtrees. The new proposal is denoted Nonsym- metric BFC-MS algorithm. We report some computational expe- rience to validate the new approach by using a testbed of medium and large scale instances.
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Abstract The 0/1 Multiple Knapsack Problem is an

Abstract The 0/1 Multiple Knapsack Problem is an

Abstract— The 0/1 Multiple Knapsack Problem is an important class of combinatorial optimization problems, and various heuristic and exact methods have been devised to solve it. Genetic Algorithm (GA) shows good performance on solving static optimization problems. However, sometimes lost of diversity makes GA fail adapt to dynamic environments where evaluation function and/or constraints or environmental conditions may change over time. Several approaches have been developed for increasing the diversity of GA into dynamic environments. This paper compares two of these approaches named Random Immigrants Based GA (RIGA) and Memory Based GA (MBGA). Results show that MBGA is more effective than RIGA for The 0/1 Multiple Knapsack Problem in a changing environment.
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L(0, 1) Labelling of Cactus Graphs

L(0, 1) Labelling of Cactus Graphs

 (15) Proof. Let be a tree with degree . We first label the root of the tree by 0. Now we know from the definition of -labelling that the label difference between any two adjacent vertices is at least 0 and the label difference between any two vertices which are at distance two is at least 1. Now we label the children of the root from left to right by 0, 1, 2, , root .

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0-1-knapsack.pptx

0-1-knapsack.pptx

V[k,w], i.e., to find an optimal solution for S k = {items labeled 1, 2, ... Recursive Formula for subproblems[r]

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2,3 Bis(2 meth­oxy­phen­yl)tetra­zolium 5 thiol­ate–acetone–di­chloro­methane (1/0 4/0 1)

2,3 Bis(2 meth­oxy­phen­yl)tetra­zolium 5 thiol­ate–acetone–di­chloro­methane (1/0 4/0 1)

In (2) (Fig. 1), all bond lengths and angles are normal (Allen, 2002). The phenyl rings adopt a non-parallel arrangement with the dehydrodithizone backbone with dihedral angles of 63.14 (8)° and 57.06 (6)° for rings C11—C16 and C21—C26 respectively, mainly due to their close proximities on the tetrazole moiety. The preferred orientation is supported by interaction of one of the methoxy moieties to N1 and the π - π stacking of the phenyl rings of C21—C26 situated around an inversion center (centroid to centroid distance = 3.886 Å, Table 1).

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1773 0 1 pdf

1773 0 1 pdf

A common denial of service attack, known as SYN Flooding, is a method that essentially overwhelms a network interface by starting to establish a legitimate session, but never completes the handshake (or initiation protocol). Essentially, the network continues to hold open processes waiting for a complete handshake until it is eventually overwhelmed and truly legitimate users are unable to access the flooded network interface. There is no perfect solution to this type of attack. Our defense works by setting a maximum rate at which incoming connections can be established. After this connection rate is reached, the rest of the received SYN traffic is dropped. After the rate has settled down, SYN connections are allowed again. In this case study we have limited the connection set-up rate to three per second. Once that rate is achieved, additional connections are accepted at a rate of 1 per second (dropping all others, legitimate or otherwise) until the rate has decreased to below 3 per second. This may seem low, but in our case, this machine was not going to have a great deal of connections coming in from the outside world at any one given time during its legitimate usage. This defense is useful for the small organization, but is not practical for an internet-based business, as they need to respond to a wide variety of SYN traffic. You can of course raise the continuous and burst rates to suit your needs and desired traffic flows, but this is outside the scope of this project.
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Polynomial functions on 0 (2λ+1)

Polynomial functions on 0 (2λ+1)

S in ce fig = (g e G |d (g ) ^ 0} (1 .2 c) then ( i ) is immediate. To prove ( i i ) we introduce an automorphism o:G G defined by o (g ) = J ( g t ) ^ J . I t is not hard to show th a t o preserves Ug • tg and Ug and th a t fo r geG , o (g ) = g i f and only i f ger (0 .4 b ). Thus, r is the s e t of fixed points o f a . Now, fig = Ug TgUg so suppose th a t g = u "tu e f ig a r then o (g ) = o ( u " ) o ( t ) o ( u ) = g . But we have shown th a t every element o f fig has a unique expression as a product o f elements from Ug , Tg and Ug (1 .2 h ). Hence o(u ‘ ) = u" , o ( t ) = t and o (u ) = u so th a t u~ e u ’ , t e Tp and u e Uf . Thus fip c Tp Uf and the reverse in clu s io n is o b viou s.
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BCI-1. ) = 0 BCI-2. = 0 BCI-3. = 0 BCI-4. = 0 and = 0 implies that BCI-5. 0= 0, for all

BCI-1. ) = 0 BCI-2. = 0 BCI-3. = 0 BCI-4. = 0 and = 0 implies that BCI-5. 0= 0, for all

Let 𝑥𝑥 ∗ 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐵𝐵 and 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐵𝐵 . Then there are 𝐼𝐼 1 , 𝐼𝐼 2 ∈ 𝑆𝑆 0 such that 𝑥𝑥 ∗ 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐼𝐼 1 and 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐼𝐼 2 . We can suppose 𝐼𝐼 2 ⊆ 𝐼𝐼 1 without loss of any generality. Thus 𝑥𝑥 ∗ 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐼𝐼 1 , 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐼𝐼 1 and 𝑦𝑦 ∈ 𝐼𝐼 1 . It follows that 𝑥𝑥 ∈ 𝐵𝐵 . This means that 𝐵𝐵 is an ideal. Since every ideal of 𝑆𝑆 0 does not contain the element 1, we have 1 ∉ 𝐵𝐵. By the first step B is a proper ideal, hence 𝐵𝐵 ∈ 𝑆𝑆 . This proves that every totally ordered subset of S have an upper bound in S. By Zorn's Lemma S have a maximal element M. Clearly, 𝐴𝐴 ⊆ 𝑀𝑀. Therefore M is indeed a maximal ideal. The proof is completed. As an immediate consequence of above theorem we have.
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ROFF text formatter version 1 0

ROFF text formatter version 1 0

MEANING assign format to register &, f«i»l,a,A,1,01,• «• assign number to register R, R#Z; if result is negative, replace by zero arable page numerals syn > .af % 1 assign text to regist[r]

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1-0 Transformation Form of UTF-8

1-0 Transformation Form of UTF-8

To make these character encodings in compatibility with historical file systems; the control character in rightest byte of multi-byte encoding sequence should be deleted. If the 7 bit value of last byte is < 20, the third bit is 0; then, third bit is set to 1. The original information of third bit can be distinguished by the class byte. For example, the 7 bit value of the second byte of GBK-2 is less than 0X20, so the third bit of the rightest byte of the UTF-8 sequence is set to 1 as shown in Table 7.

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Introducing the Prague Discourse Treebank 1 0

Introducing the Prague Discourse Treebank 1 0

We present the Prague Discourse Treebank 1.0, a collection of Czech texts annotated for various discourse-related phenomena "beyond the sentence boundary". The treebank contains manual annotations of (1), discourse connect- ives, their arguments and senses, (2), textual coreference, and (3), bridging anaphora, all carried out on 50k sentences of the treebank. Contrary to most similar projects, the annota- tion was performed directly on top of syntactic trees (from the previous project of the Prague Dependency Treebank 2.5), benefiting thus from the linguistic information already exist- ing on the same data. In this article, we present our theoretical background, describe the an- notations in detail, and offer evaluation num- bers and corpus statistics.
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The KiezDeutsch Korpus (KiDKo) Release 1 0

The KiezDeutsch Korpus (KiDKo) Release 1 0

The normalisation layer is necessary for different reasons. First, the normalised version of the data allows users to search for all pronunciation variants of a particular word and thus increases the usability of the corpus. Second, it provides the input for automatic POS tagging, which con- siderably reduces the number of unknown words in the data and thus increases tagging accuracy considerably. The normalised version of the data, however, should be con- sidered as an annotation and thus as an interpretation of the data. Often, missing context information or poor au- dio quality (caused by noisy environments) complicate the transcription and license different possible interpretations of the same audio sequence. Here, the normalisation layer makes explicit what has been understood by the transcriber and thus can be considered as a poor man’s target hy- pothesis where decisions made during the transcription be- come more transparent (also see Hirschmann et al. (2007), Reznicek et al. (2010) for a discussion of the importance of target hypotheses for the analysis of learner language). Figure 1 shows an example transcript from KiDKo in the transcription tool EXMARaLDA (Schmidt, 2012), display- ing the transcription and the normalisation layer, the POS tags and a layer for non-verbal information. Uppercase let- ters on the transcription layer mark the main accent of the
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Czech Legal Text Treebank 1 0

Czech Legal Text Treebank 1 0

Table 2: The corpora CLTT 1.0 and PDT 3.0 and the following language means: (1) reflexive passive, (2) periphrastic pas- sive, (3) chains of four genitive expressions, (4) chains of three genitive expressions, (5) chains of two genitive expressions, (6) construction with deverbative noun ending on –n´ı, -t´ı with genitive, (7) apposition, (8) ellipsis, (9) parenthesis, (10) numbers. The figures represent the proportion of a-nodes of a given language mean in a particular corpus. For example, 41.67% of the CLTT a-nodes (38,085 in total) are the heads of genitive phrases, like shromaˇz ˇ dov´an´ı z´aznam˚u (lit. gathering records). The proportion of such cases in PDT 3.0 (containing 1,957,247 a-nodes in total) is significantly lower, 9.56%. Out of all genres present in PDT 3.0, the news contain the highest number of genitive phrases, 13.61%.
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MPM 1 0 Specification Aug79 pdf

MPM 1 0 Specification Aug79 pdf

Sample Resident System' Process PAGE 0 TITLE 'Type File on Console' FILE TYPE PROGRAM, READS AN INPUT FILE AND PRINTS IT ON THE CONSOLE COPYRIGHT C 1979 DIGITAL RESEARCH P.O.. ·, STANDAR[r]

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doc manual openMosix 1 0 pdf

doc manual openMosix 1 0 pdf

1 Gbps o superiores y es compatible con las dos tecnolog´ıas anteriores. Se disminuye la distancia para detectar colisiones. Se puede usar cables de categor´ıa 5 pero para grandes distancias se recomienda el uso de fibra ´optica. Cuando lo que se necesita es una red LAN de alt´ısimas prestaciones (como la que puede necesitar un cluster) y se dispone del dinero necesario, la elecci´on est´a entre esta tecnolog´ıa y ATM. ATM: se basa en una tecnolog´ıa de conmutaci´on de celdas. Las celdas son de un tama˜no fijo (53 bytes, 5B cabecera + 48B datos), esto simplifica en gran medida el procesamiento de las celdas, acelerando la conmutaci´on y disminuyendo el retardo. Da muchos servicios de valor a˜nadido de los que no dispone Ethernet, por ejemplo permite que la velocidad de transferencia sea fijada din´amicamente bajo demanda. No s´olo eso, sino que puede garantizar otros factores, como el retardo, por lo que la gran ventaja es el QoS (calidad de servicio) que de forma inherente proporciona. Es una red orientada a conexi´on y tiene un control del tr´afico y de la congesti´on muy eficiente. Los problemas que plantea frente a otras soluciones es que es una alternativa muy cara: la tecnolog´ıa es compleja y a´un no existen muchas aplicaciones desarrolladas.
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MSFu extended edt 1 0 pdf

MSFu extended edt 1 0 pdf

We also have other options like pass the hash through tools like iam.exe. One great method with psexec in metasploit is it allows you to enter the password itself, or you can simply just specify the hash values, no need to crack to gain access to the system. Let's think deeply about how we can utilize this attack to further penetrate a network. Lets first say we compromise a system that has an administrator password on the system, we don't need to crack it because psexec allows us to utilize just the hash values, that administrator account is the same on every account within the domain infrastructure. We can now go from system to system without ever having to worry about cracking the password. One important thing to note on this is that if NTLM is only available (for example its a 15+ character password or through GPO they specify NTLM response only), simply replace the ****NOPASSWORD**** with 32 0's for example:
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