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Object matching using the dynamic programming algorithm
(199703)A new algorithm for matching objects between images is developed and investigated. Affine transformations, i.e. those with translation, rotation, scaling and shearing between images are considered. Steps along the way include ... 
Observation and studies of jet quenching in PbPb collisions at √sNN=2.76 TeV
(20110812)Jet production in PbPb collisions at a nucleonnucleon centerofmass energy of 2.76 TeV was studied with the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector at the LHC, using a data sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity ... 
Observation of a diffractive contribution to dijet production in protonproton collisions at √s=7 TeV
(20130108)The cross section for dijet production in protonproton collisions at √s=7 TeV is presented as a function of a variable that approximates the fractional momentum loss of the scattered proton in singlediffractive events. ... 
Observation of longrange, nearside angular correlations in protonproton collisions at the LHC
(201009)esults on twoparticle angular correlations for charged particles emitted in protonproton collisions at centerofmass energies of 0.9, 2.36, and 7TeV are presented, using data collected with the CMS detector over a broad ... 
Observation of the associated production of a single top quark and a W boson in pp collisions at s =8TeV
(20140609)The first observation of the associated production of a single top quark and a W boson is presented. The analysis is based on a data set corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 12.2fb1 of protonproton collisions at ... 
Observational constraints on the degenerate massradius relation
(20120209)The white dwarf massradius relationship is fundamental to modern astrophysics. It is central to routine estimation of DA white dwarf masses derived from spectroscopic temperatures and gravities. It is also the basis for ... 
Observations of stepping mechanisms in a rocketandwire triggered lightning flash
(20101214)We present 10 highspeed video images that depict the bottom 150 m of a downwardnegative, dartstepped leader in a rocketandwire triggered flash, recorded at 240 kiloframes per second (4.17 μs frame integration time), ... 
On a duality principle in processes of servicing machines with double control
(1988)This paper examines a doubly controlled process of servicing machines. The classical system treated by Takács is equipped with m+1 unreliable machines served by one repairman. In the present modification of this model, the ... 
On a first passage problem in general queueing systems with multiple vacations
(1992)The author studies a generalized singleserver queueing system with bulk arrivals and batch service, where the server takes vacations each time the queue level falls below r(≥1) in accordance with the multiple vacation ... 
On a generalized timevarying SEIR epidemic model with mixed point and distributed timevarying delays and combined regular and impulsive vaccination controls
(20101214)This paper discusses a generalized timevarying SEIR propagation disease model subject to delays which potentially involves mixed regular and impulsive vaccination rules. The model takes also into account the natural ... 
On a multichannel queue with state dependent input flow and interruptions
(1989)This paper deals with a multichannel queueing system with a finite waiting room but without losses. The latter is achieved by a temporary interruption of the input flow activity until the waiting room is ready to place a ... 
On a multichannel transportation loss system with controlled input and controlled service
(1987)A multichannel loss queueing system is investigated. The input stream is a controlled point process. The service in each of m parallel channels depends on the state of the system at certain moments of time when input and ... 
On a singleserver queue with fixed accumulation level, state dependent service, and semimarkov modulated input flow
(1991)The authors study the queueing process in a singleserver queueing system with state dependent service and with the input modulated by a semiMarkov process embedded in the queueing process. It is also assumed that the ... 
On applications of excess level processes to (N,D)policy bulk queueing systems
(1996)The paper deals with queueing systems in which N and Dpolicies are combined into one. This means that an idle or vacationing server will resume his service if the queueing or workload process crosses some specified fixed ... 
On applications of Little's formula
(1993)In classical Little's formula L=λW used in queueing, the parameter λ serves as the intensity of the input process. In various applications this parameter may not be known. The author discusses important classes of modulated ... 
On some queue length controlled stochastic processes
(1990)The authors study the input, output and queueing processes in a general controlled singleserver bulk queueing system. It is supposed that interarrival time, service time, batch size of arriving units and the capacity of ... 
On sumudu transform and system of differential equations
(201003)The regular system of differential equations with convolution terms solved by Sumudu transform. 
On the convergence of an implicit iterative process for generalized asymptotically quasinonexpansive mappings
(20100130)The purpose of this paper is to introduce and consider a general implicit iterative process which includes Schu's explicit iterative processes and Sun's implicit iterative processes as special cases for a finite family of ... 
On the existence of equilibrium points, boundedness, oscillating behavior and positivity of a SVEIRS epidemic model under constant and impulsive vaccination
(20110313)This paper discusses the diseasefree and endemic equilibrium points of a SVEIRS propagation disease model which potentially involves a regular constant vaccination. The positivity of such a model is also discussed as well ... 
On the implementation of SwarmLinda
(20040209)Naturalforming multiagent systems (aka Swarms) can grow to enormous sizes and perform seemingly complex tasks without the existence of any centralized control. Their success comes from the fact that agents are simple and ...