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ernest fraenkel, l poluben, Michal Linial, manoj bhasin, miriam adam, olga voznesensky, paula g fraenkel, roni rasnic, s v klymenko, steven p balk
(2019) | Bulletin of Problems Biology and Medicine
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adi malca, alexander feldsher, clark barrett, Guy Katz, sumathi gokulanathan

Deep neural network (DNN) verification is an emerging field, with diverse engines quickly becoming available. Demonstrating the effectiveness of these tools on real-world DNNs important step towards their wider adoption. We focus here recently proposed Marabou tool, and demonstrate its usage for a novel application: simplifying networks, by reducing size DNN without harming accuracy. report work-flow simplification process, potential...

(2019) | arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.12396
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Abstract Most of our understanding the biology microorganisms thriving at high salt concentrations is result studies solar salterns for production from seawater or inland brines. Saltern ponds are convenient model systems to study microbial diversity and activities salinity halite saturation. This chapter summarizes information gained salterns, especially highlighting two saltern that have been most intensively studied in past decades: Salt...

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Barak Ariel, richard timothy coupe, simon rose

This chapter examines faith hate offences in London, UK. It is based on Metropolitan Police Service records of 4723 Islamophobic and 3967 anti-Semitic assaults criminal damage public order that occurred between January 2000 April 2017. Only 22% 15% were detected, with more than offences, being detected. Jewish victims experienced fewer Muslim victims, this helps explain why solved. Significant solvability factors included police witnessing...

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Daniel Felsenstein, Michael Beenstock

Panel data may be stationary or nonstationary and independent dependent. Dependence strong (induced by common factors) weak spatial dependence). The econometric analysis of nonstationary, panel developed during 1999?2003. stationary, strongly dependent the mid 2000s, was extended to 2011?2014. Development weakly (spatially) began in 2003. We identify a lacuna literature for case which are units Our book is mainly concerned with completing...

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matan rahav, Rony Wallach, zhipeng liu

Abstract The recognition of treated wastewater (TWW) as an alternative water resource is expanding in areas with a shortage freshwater (FW). While many studies have been devoted to the effects long-term irrigation TWW on soil wettability and spatial flow variations profile, much less attention has given distribution repellency surface layer. This objective current study. Undisturbed samples (5?cm thick) were taken at 15-cm intervals parallel...

(2019) | Geoderma
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Daniel Felsenstein, Michael Beenstock

We begin with a theoretical discussion on the spatiotemporal dynamics induced by spatial VECMs (SpVECM). Subsequently, hierarchy of empirical error correction models for house prices and housing construction in Israel is reported based results panel cointegration Chap. 8. Empirical illustrations single equation are presented discussed. This followed illustration involving two equations (house construction) which occurs within between...

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Avinatan Hassidim, Gal Elidan, sella nevo, Ami Wiesel, yossi matias, yotam gigi

Multitask learning, i.e. taking advantage of the relatedness individual tasks in order to improve performance on all them, is a core challenge field machine learning. We focus matrix regression where rank weight constrained reduce sample complexity. introduce common mechanism (CMR) model which assumes shared left low-rank component across tasks, but allows an per-task right component. This dramatically reduces number samples needed for...

(2019) | arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.12204
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Nir Bar-Gill, d farfurnik, nir bargill
(2019) | Quantum Information and Measurement (QIM) V: Quantum Technologies
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blair c armstrong, Ram Frost, Noam Siegelman, raquel g alhama
(2019) | the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning
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alessio nocentini, bella shusterman, Meir Bialer, claudiu t supuran, david bibi
(2019) | Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry
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anuradha vajjala, debabrata biswas, Emanuel Hanski, kimberly a kline, wei hong tay

Group A Streptococcus (GAS) is a human pathogen that causes infections ranging from mild to fulminant and life-threatening. Biofilms have been implicated in acute GAS soft-tissue such as necrotizing fasciitis (NF). However, most vitro models used study biofilms designed mimic chronic insufficiently recapitulate vivo conditions the host-pathogen interactions might influence biofilm formation. Here we establish characterize an model of...

(2019) | Cellular Microbiology
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Daniel Felsenstein, Michael Beenstock

We begin by recalling that dependence in nonstationary panel data may weak or strong, and statistical tests to distinguish between strong are presented. In Chaps. 7, 8, 9 is assumed be spatial. This chapter concerned with deciding whether weak, both.

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frederic leuther, hansjorg vogel, steffen schluter, Rony Wallach

Abstract Secondary treated wastewater, a commonly used water resource in agriculture (semi-)arid areas, often contains salts, sodium, and organic matter which may affect soil structure hydraulic properties. The main objective of this study was to jointly analyse the effects long-term irrigation with wastewater on physicochemical characteristics, structure, dynamics undisturbed soils. X-ray microtomography determine changes macro-porosity (>...

(2019) | Geoderma
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ben e black, c xu, jennine m dawickimckenna, Nir Kalisman, kenji murakami, merav braitbard, moriya slavin, praveen kumar allu, t van eeuwen
(2019) | Current Biology
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ben e black, c xu, jennine m dawickimckenna, Nir Kalisman, kenji murakami, merav braitbard, moriya slavin, praveen kumar allu, t van eeuwen
(2019) | Current Biology
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alexey yu karpechko, amanda c maycock, amy h butler, andrew charltonperez, chaim i garfinkel, daniela i v domeisen, edwin p gerber, Chaim Garfinkel, isla r simpson, michael sigmond, peter hitchcock, seokwoo son

Abstract The stratosphere and the troposphere are coupled in many ways. Because their interactions span days to weeks (or even longer), understanding these linkages simulating them correctly forecast models may provide a source of sub-seasonal seasonal (S2S) prediction skill. This chapter reviews tropical extratropical coupling between summarizes most recent research showing how adequate simulation contribute better skill troposphere.

(2019) | Sub-Seasonal to Seasonal Prediction. The Gap Between Weather and Climate Forecasting
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Nora Boneh, elitzur a barasher siegal
(2019) | 36th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
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priti sharma, Yoel (Casali) Sasson, yoel sasson

A non-hazardous and relatively mild protocol was formulated for an effectual hydrogen generation process via a ?magnesium-activated water? system with Pd-g-C3N4 photocatalyst under visible light at room temperature. Water functions photochemically as donor without any external source the photocatalyst. The synthesized is highly efficient selective reduction of wide range unsaturated derivatives nitro compounds to afford excellent yields...

(2019) | Green Chemistry
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