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  1. A method is developed to take the eddy currents in lamination stacks into account with the finite-element method using the three-dimensional (3-D) magnetic vector potential magnetodynamic formulation. It consists in converting the stacked…
  2. Until now, the analysis of fault tolerance of peer-to-peer systems usually only covers random faults of some kind. Contrary to traditional algorithmic research, faults as well as joins and leaves occurring in a worst-case manner are hardly…
  3. We propose a way of measuring the similarity of a Boolean vector to a given set of Boolean vectors, motivated in part by certain data mining or machine learning problems. We relate the similarity measure to one based on Hamming distance and we…
  4. Boosting is a general method for improving the accuracy of any given learning algorithm. This short overview paper introduces the boosting algorithm AdaBoost, and explains the underlying theory of boosting, including an explanation of why boosting…
  5. Particular focus in this paper is on quantum information protocols, which exploit quantum-mechanical effects in an essential way. The particular examples we shall use to illustrate our approach will be teleportation (Benett et al., 1993),…
  6. There are many (mixed) integer programming formulations of the Steiner problem in networks. The corresponding linear programming relaxations are of great interest particularly, but not exclusively, for computing lower bounds; but not much has been…
  7. The initial genome-scale reconstruction of the metabolic network of Escherichia coli K-12 MG1655 was assembled in 2000. It has been updated and periodically released since then based on new and curated genomic and biochemical knowledge. An update…
  8. BACKGROUND: Many preventable diseases such as ischemic heart diseases and breast cancer prevail at a large scale in the general population. Computerized decision support systems are one of the solutions for improving the quality of prevention…
  9. In 1997-1998, the Netherlands experienced a large epidemic of classical swine fever (CSF). The magnitude of this epidemic stressed the role information systems could play in supporting the management during an eradication campaign. The enforcement…
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