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... structure, Fibonacci heaps (abbreviated F-heaps), extends the binomial queues proposed by Vuillemin and studied further by Brown. F-heaps support arbitrary deletion from an n-item heap in qlogn) amortized time and all other standard heap operations in o( 1) amortized time. Using F-heaps we are able ...

... structure, Fibonacci heaps (abbreviated F-heaps), extends the binomial queues proposed by Vuillemin and studied further by Brown. F-heaps support arbitrary deletion from an n-item heap in qlogn) amortized time and all other standard heap operations in o( 1) amortized time. Using F-heaps we are able ...

A Common Recursion For Laplacians of Matroids and Shifted

... shifted simplicial pair (Theorem 5.7). This naturally generalizes a formula for a single shifted complex [16]; the graph case goes back to Merris [29]. Similarly, we generalize a related conjectured inequality on the Laplacian spectrum of an arbitrary simplicial complex [16] to an arbitrary simplici ...

... shifted simplicial pair (Theorem 5.7). This naturally generalizes a formula for a single shifted complex [16]; the graph case goes back to Merris [29]. Similarly, we generalize a related conjectured inequality on the Laplacian spectrum of an arbitrary simplicial complex [16] to an arbitrary simplici ...

NORMALITY OF NUMBERS GENERATED BY THE VALUES OF

... is normal in base 10. These examples correspond to the choice f (x) = x in (1.1). Davenport and Erdös [5] considered the case where f (x) is a polynomial whose values at x = 1, 2, . . . are always integers and showed that in this case the numbers θq (f ) and τq (f ) are normal. For f (x) a polynomi ...

... is normal in base 10. These examples correspond to the choice f (x) = x in (1.1). Davenport and Erdös [5] considered the case where f (x) is a polynomial whose values at x = 1, 2, . . . are always integers and showed that in this case the numbers θq (f ) and τq (f ) are normal. For f (x) a polynomi ...

Enforcement in Abstract Argumentation via Boolean Optimization

... are used as practical NP-oracles by calling them several times, refining the solution each time [32, 33, 56]. The computational problems where we perform acceptance queries on a given AF are in this work regarded as static, or non-dynamic, since we assume that the AF does not change in time. However ...

... are used as practical NP-oracles by calling them several times, refining the solution each time [32, 33, 56]. The computational problems where we perform acceptance queries on a given AF are in this work regarded as static, or non-dynamic, since we assume that the AF does not change in time. However ...

SCENERY RECONSTRUCTION: AN OVERVIEW 1

... be wrong by Ornstein, who presented an example of a transformation which is K but not Bernoulli. Evidently his transformation was constructed for the particular purpose to resolve Kolmogorov’s conjecture. In 1971, Ornstein, Adler, and Weiss came up with a very natural example which is K but appeared ...

... be wrong by Ornstein, who presented an example of a transformation which is K but not Bernoulli. Evidently his transformation was constructed for the particular purpose to resolve Kolmogorov’s conjecture. In 1971, Ornstein, Adler, and Weiss came up with a very natural example which is K but appeared ...