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Author's personal copy M. McAsey, L. Mou / J. Math. Anal. Appl. 337 (2008) 1072 1088 1073 DeÞnition 1.(a) For a given 0, we say thatz Z is asequential -derivateofS atw if there exists a sequence

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Author's personal copy Crypto-morality is widely practiced.3 It contributes to the survival of political opposition in dictatorial regimes, to the per- petuation of illegal racism and sexism in modern democracies, and to the persistence of religious minorities.

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Author's personal copy 1. Introduction Alzheimer disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia that currently affects 5.3 million Americans, a number that is predicted to increase to 16 20 million Americans in just a few decades[1]. AD is characterized pathologically by the presence of neurofibrillary tangles (NFTs), senile plaques (SPs ...

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Author's personal copy T. Zhang, G. Lin / Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 51 (2007) 6123 6137 6125 Moran sI coef cients usually range between 1 and 1, with a coef cient close to 1 indicating neighborhood dissimilarity and a coef cient close to 1 indicating neighborhood similarity. If the values in neighboring regions for

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Author's personal copy The personalization privacy paradox: An exploratory study of decision making process for location-aware marketing Heng Xua,, Xin (Robert) Luob,1, John M. Carrolla,2, Mary Beth Rossona,3 a College of Information Sciences and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University, 316H IST Building, University Park, PA 16802, United States b Anderson School of Management, The ...

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Author's personal copy 1.2. Turn-taking and common ground FollowingClark (1996),weconstruecommon groundas mutual knowledge that is shared among interlocutors and that is known to be shared by them. Grounding is thus a basic principle of

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Author's personal copy Retrieval of subpixelTamarixcanopy cover from Landsat data along the Forgotten River using linear and nonlinear spectral mixture models J.L. Silván-Cárdenas , L. Wang Department of Geography, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 105 Wilkeson Quad., Buffalo, NY 14261, USA article info abstract Article ...

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Author's personal copy other identities are cued when they are meaningfully distinctive in context (McGuire, McGuire, Child, & Fujiota, 1979). McGuire et al. demonstrated that ethnicity was more likely to be salient when it was distinctive. Distinctiveness is of course highly situational. For example, in the context of jury duty,

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Author's personal copy Ron Goldman is a Professor of Computer Science at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He received his B.S. in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in

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Author's personal copy stakeholdersis likely to have a powerful effect on the feasibility of an organization achieving its stra-tegic goals and thus helping assure its long-term viability.

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Author's personal copy (Garbarino and Johnson, 1999; Gundlach et al., 1995; Morgan and Hunt, 1994). Beyond its impact on customer loyalty, the construct of commitment is also important in explaining a variety of relationships, including the employee employer relationship (Allen and Meyer, 1990), manufacturer distributor

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Author's personal copy 1.2. Turn-taking and common ground FollowingClark (1996),weconstruecommon groundas mutual knowledge that is shared among interlocutors and that is known to be shared by them. Grounding is thus a basic principle of

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Author's personal copy The personalization privacy paradox: An exploratory study of decision making process for location-aware marketing Heng Xua,, Xin (Robert) Luob,1, John M. Carrolla,2, Mary Beth Rossona,3 a College of Information Sciences and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University, 316H IST Building, University Park, PA 16802, United States b Anderson School of Management, The ...

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Author's personal copy 3. The CHC taxonomy: brief overview The recognition and in uence of the CHC taxonomic umbrella has increased steadily during the past 10 years, particularly in professional elds engaged in the use of applied individual batteries of intelligence (e.g., school psychology).1 The adoption of the CHC umbrella term has been ...

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Author's personal copy E. Fedorenkoet al. / Neuropsychologia50 (2012) 499 513 501 Fig. 1. Fourexperimental conditionsthat have been usedextensively in previousneuroimaging studiesto study lexical and syntacticprocesses.Sampleitems are taken from

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Author's personal copy Retrieval of subpixelTamarixcanopy cover from Landsat data along the Forgotten River using linear and nonlinear spectral mixture models J.L. Silván-Cárdenas , L. Wang Department of Geography, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 105 Wilkeson Quad., Buffalo, NY 14261, USA article info abstract Article ...

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Author's personal copy 1864 R. Connelly / Eur opean Journal of Combinatorics 29 (2008) 1862Ð1871 Fig. 2. This sho ws a packing of se v en congruent disks, where six of them are held Þx ed by the container , which is a square. This is the most dense packing with

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Author's personal copy Destabilization of streambanks by removal of invasive species in Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona Natasha Pollen-Bankheada,, Andrew Simona, Kristin Jaegerb, Ellen Wohlb a USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, P.O. Box 1157, Oxford, MS 38655, USA b Department of Geosciences, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523, USA

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Author's personal copy P. Xiao et al. / Sensors and Actuators B 134 (2008) 367 372 369 ness of TNT were estimated from the SEM images and averaged over a large area. Prior to calcination, the TNT has an inner diam-eter of 100nm and wall thickness 9nm, the length of the tube is 1.2 m. After calcined at 300 C and 500 C for 3 hrs, the inner

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Author's personal copy Elastic elds of dislocation loops in three-dimensional anisotropic bimaterials H.J. Chua,b,d, E. Panb, X. Hanc, J. Wangd,n, I.J. Beyerleine a Research Group of Mechanics, Yanzhou University, Yangzhou 225009, China b Department of Civil Engineering, University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325, USA c Department of Mechanics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing 1000081, China

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Author's personal copy 496 R.L. Gordon et al. / Combustion and Flame 151 (2007) 495 511 occur rapidly, while for others, designers wish to de-lay it to allow ame propagation into the ammable mixture[1]. Methane exhibits a relatively long ig-nition delay that can be reduced by the addition of higher hydrocarbons or hydrogen[2,3]and increased

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Author's personal copy 3. The CHC taxonomy: brief overview The recognition and in uence of the CHC taxonomic umbrella has increased steadily during the past 10 years, particularly in professional elds engaged in the use of applied individual batteries of intelligence (e.g., school psychology).1 The adoption of the CHC umbrella term has been ...

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Author's personal copy P.C. Chu et al. / Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 259 (2014) 57 64 59 Fig. 1. Procedure of traditional EMD. where cp.t/ is the pth IMF and rP.t/ is the residual, with no any oscillation (i.e., non-existence of both maximum and minimum envelopes), which is the trend.

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Author's personal copy Destabilization of streambanks by removal of invasive species in Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona Natasha Pollen-Bankheada,, Andrew Simona, Kristin Jaegerb, Ellen Wohlb a USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, P.O. Box 1157, Oxford, MS 38655, USA b Department of Geosciences, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523, USA

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Author's personal copy Ron Goldman is a Professor of Computer Science at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He received his B.S. in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in

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Author's personal copy 1864 R. Connelly / Eur opean Journal of Combinatorics 29 (2008) 1862Ð1871 Fig. 2. This sho ws a packing of se v en congruent disks, where six of them are held Þx ed by the container , which is a square. This is the most dense packing with

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Author's personal copy interests in order to put the needs of another before one's own immediate needs (Fehr and Camerer 2007). Self-control is the ability to regulate, manipulate, or control one's impulsive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Neuroimaging research has consistently found the

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Author's personal copy history in the region. In this context, this study focuses on the geo-morphic history of a dune eld on the northeastern shore of Lower Michigan. 2. Study area The study area for this investigation is located at Manitou Beach, which is a north-facing shoreline along Lake Huron about

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Author's personal copy S. Kecket al. / JournalofEconomicBehavior& Organization103 (2014) 60 71 61 Prior studies have focused on decisionsmade by individuals. However many decisionsin organizations are delegated to groups of decision makers (DMs), for example, committees, management teams and boards of directors. Our aim is to understand

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Author's personal copy that children younger than 1 year spent on average just less than an hour a day (49 minutes) with screen media. According to the most recent Common Sense Media survey,8 66% of children younger than 2 years have watched television and almost half watch television or DVDs in a typical day. Children younger than 2 years who

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Author's personal copy D. Acemoglu, M.K. Jensen / Games and Economic Behavior 81 (2013) 27 49 29 Section 4 presents our results for nice games under the local solvability condition. Section5 shows how the results from Sections3 and 4 can be used to obtain general characterization results in various applications, including games of pri-

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Author's personal copy element, nnod ¼3, we interpolate the reference con guration Xðy1,y2Þand the current con guration xðy1,y2Þin terms of the reference and current nodal positionsXI and xI: Xðy1,y2Þ¼ Xnnod I ¼ 1 NIðy 1,y2ÞX I xðy1,y2Þ¼ Xnnod I ¼ 1 NIðy 1,y2Þx I ð1Þ Herein, NI are the linear shape functions parameterized in terms of the local curvilinear coordinatesya, with ...

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Author's personal copy 602 A. Gravano, J. Hirschberg / Computer Speech and Language 25 (2011) 601 634 prosody to anticipate turn transitions (Yngve, 1970). If suchturn-yielding cuescan be modeled and incorporated in IVR systems, it should be possible to make faster, more accurate turn-taking decisions, thus leading to a more uent interaction.

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Author's personal copy Review The effect of grass buffer strips on phosphorus dynamics A critical review and synthesis as a basis for application in agricultural landscapes in France J.M. Dorioza,*, D. Wangb, J. Poulenardc,D.Tre´visana aInstitut National de la Recherche Agronomique, 75 Avenue de Corzent, BP 511, F74203 Thonon les Bains, France