Finger Search in Grammar-Compressed Strings

... In this paper we study the random access problem with the finger search property, that is, the time for a random access query should depend on the distance between a specified index f , called the finger, and the query index i. We consider two variants of the problem. The first variant is static fin ...

... In this paper we study the random access problem with the finger search property, that is, the time for a random access query should depend on the distance between a specified index f , called the finger, and the query index i. We consider two variants of the problem. The first variant is static fin ...

Querying Large Collections of Semistructured Data

... as education, digital libraries, engineering, patent documents, and medical sciences. Capturing the similarity of mathematical expressions also greatly enhances document classification in such domains. Unlike text retrieval, where keywords carry enough semantics to distinguish text documents and ran ...

... as education, digital libraries, engineering, patent documents, and medical sciences. Capturing the similarity of mathematical expressions also greatly enhances document classification in such domains. Unlike text retrieval, where keywords carry enough semantics to distinguish text documents and ran ...

Integrating Syntactic and Semantic Analysis into the Open Information Extraction Paradigm

... and part (see Figure 2), and, since they are not the same, we consider their distributional similarity score which is equal to 0.8. Then we consider the corresponding children (i.e. is and a), that are not on the shortest paths, of these nodes. In this case, they are equal in number, type of edges a ...

... and part (see Figure 2), and, since they are not the same, we consider their distributional similarity score which is equal to 0.8. Then we consider the corresponding children (i.e. is and a), that are not on the shortest paths, of these nodes. In this case, they are equal in number, type of edges a ...

Stochastic Search and Surveillance Strategies for

... Sumit Singh and Sriram Venkateswaran for the Friday wine sessions. Thank you Anahita Mirtabatabei for all the activities you organized. Thank you G Kartik for the fun time at IIT Bombay. v ...

... Sumit Singh and Sriram Venkateswaran for the Friday wine sessions. Thank you Anahita Mirtabatabei for all the activities you organized. Thank you G Kartik for the fun time at IIT Bombay. v ...

Solution

... In the following, use either a direct proof (by giving values for c and n0 in the definition of big-Oh notation) or cite one of the rules given in the book or in the lecture slides. (a) Show that if f(n) is O(g(n)) and d(n) is O(h(n)), then f(n)+d(n) is O(g(n)+ h(n)). Solution Recall the de_nition o ...

... In the following, use either a direct proof (by giving values for c and n0 in the definition of big-Oh notation) or cite one of the rules given in the book or in the lecture slides. (a) Show that if f(n) is O(g(n)) and d(n) is O(h(n)), then f(n)+d(n) is O(g(n)+ h(n)). Solution Recall the de_nition o ...

viewed - VLDB Endowment

... rank (weight) orders, is used to efficiently find the subscriptions with the highest scores. Our decision to use many one-dimensional Scored Interval Indices instead of using a single multi-dimension index warrants some discussion. The primary reason for this choice is our requirement to support rel ...

... rank (weight) orders, is used to efficiently find the subscriptions with the highest scores. Our decision to use many one-dimensional Scored Interval Indices instead of using a single multi-dimension index warrants some discussion. The primary reason for this choice is our requirement to support rel ...

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... In the context of untimed systems, in the pioneering work [3, 4], the authors propose methods for synthesizing the synchronization skeleton of programs from their temporal logic specification. More recently, in [5–7], the authors investigate algorithmic methods to locally redesign fault-tolerant pro ...

... In the context of untimed systems, in the pioneering work [3, 4], the authors propose methods for synthesizing the synchronization skeleton of programs from their temporal logic specification. More recently, in [5–7], the authors investigate algorithmic methods to locally redesign fault-tolerant pro ...

Limitations of Front-to-End Bidirectional Heuristic Search

... problem space without invertible operators, the reverse operators for a state s are those which generate s when applied to some other state. Both search directions have a frontier of the deepest nodes generated so far. In an algorithm like depth-first iterative deepening (Korf 1985) this frontier ma ...

... problem space without invertible operators, the reverse operators for a state s are those which generate s when applied to some other state. Both search directions have a frontier of the deepest nodes generated so far. In an algorithm like depth-first iterative deepening (Korf 1985) this frontier ma ...

(Backup) MDR

... there exists a bidirectional neighbor that does not satisfy condition (a) or (b). If a Backup MDR receives a new LSA, it waits BackupWaitInterval seconds, and then floods the LSA back out the receiving interface if there exists a bidirectional neighbor that does not satisfy condition (a) or (b). An ...

... there exists a bidirectional neighbor that does not satisfy condition (a) or (b). If a Backup MDR receives a new LSA, it waits BackupWaitInterval seconds, and then floods the LSA back out the receiving interface if there exists a bidirectional neighbor that does not satisfy condition (a) or (b). An ...

Monte-Carlo Tree Search for the Physical Travelling Salesman

... stored good lines of play found during the search which may be used effectively in single-player games. MCTS has also been applied widely to real-time games. The game Tron has been a benchmark for MCTS in several studies. Samothrakis et al. [11] apply a standard implementation of MCTS, including kno ...

... stored good lines of play found during the search which may be used effectively in single-player games. MCTS has also been applied widely to real-time games. The game Tron has been a benchmark for MCTS in several studies. Samothrakis et al. [11] apply a standard implementation of MCTS, including kno ...

Basic Search

... node ← R EMOVE -F RONT(fringe) if G OAL -T EST(problem, S TATE(node)) then return node fringe ← I NSERTA LL(E XPAND(node, problem), fringe) function E XPAND( node, problem) returns a set of nodes successors ← the empty set for each action, result in S UCCESSOR -F N(problem, S TATE[node]) do s ← a ne ...

... node ← R EMOVE -F RONT(fringe) if G OAL -T EST(problem, S TATE(node)) then return node fringe ← I NSERTA LL(E XPAND(node, problem), fringe) function E XPAND( node, problem) returns a set of nodes successors ← the empty set for each action, result in S UCCESSOR -F N(problem, S TATE[node]) do s ← a ne ...