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This data includes all the input data for the test instances used in the experiments. The input data consists of three sets of benchmarks including OR-Lib set (40 graphs), TSP-Lib set (20 graphs) and University of Florida Sparse Matrix Collection (3 graphs) .
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The procreative statistical framework of musical note structures produces a crucial role in multimedia music classification and reconstruction strategies. Another most significant thing for harmonious music composition is the rhythmic structures that provide musical performance in a harmonic form. This paper has illustrated computational music theory and allied factors to regulate what human beings can acquire, remember, and reconstruct music for sustaining intangible cultural heritage. The music strings or symbols are also imperative factors that assist the musicians as performance guidelines. To afford a syntactic outline of musical note arrangements, a stochastic model along with probabilistic context-free music grammar has been illustrated in this paper. The state transition analysis has also been incorporated in terms of transition table and diagram to demonstrate which state can move to the other one within a finite automaton depending on the behaviors of the current state and associated transition rule. Petri net has been used for modeling and simulating the projected complex music composition framework to analyze system performances. The Petri net simulation-based reachability and system efficiency have been evaluated for analyzing the effectiveness of the proposed event-driven architecture. For incorporating real data into the projected framework, the music composition and reconstruction tool has also been demonstrated. The system performance evaluation metric has shown that around 92% efficiency level has been achieved by analyzing the projected music composition model.
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Objective: To engage in a priority-setting exercise with both clinicians and consumers to determine systematic reviews of highest priority to update. Study Design & Setting: The US Satellite of the Cochrane Pregnancy & Childbirth Group (US-PCG) narrowed a list of over 600 review titles due for updating down to 97 review titles based on US relevance. The US-PCG then used the Delphi method to explore consensus on which titles to prioritize for updating. In Round 1, participants self-identified as a clinician/researcher or consumer, and then ranked titles into “high”, “medium”, and “low” priority groups. In Round 2, participants were given Round 1 results and asked to rank their top 5 titles. Results were analyzed within and between groups.
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Verifiable gender based Labor Participation Rate datasets from in North Cyprus are presented in the data pack in powerpoint (ppt). The North Cypriot datasets are derived from publicly accessible 'devplan.org' website. The specific location on the website for the data are expressed in the ppt display. Calculations to arrive at labor participation rate description are also detailed out in the presentation.
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There are two documents in the repository. The “MMCS_Summary.pdf” and “MMCS_nutsell.pptx”. The first is a summary of the main elements (graphic symbols) of the specification, and some examples. The second is a presentation to better understand some important characteristics of the specification. It is highly recommended to watch this presentation in full screen mode.
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CAD and material properties of the monumental atrium of the Engineering Faculty Building in Bologna
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This dataset is the complete directory of all Trygve's web pages. The web page HTML code is found from its URL. For example, the HTML for http://folk.uio.no/trygver/themes/Personal/pp-index.html is in the file at themes/Personal/pp-index.html The University of Oslo is terminating its Web service after 25 years of operation. My gigabyte of web pages have been collected over the years and will no longer be accessible over the Net. The pages are stored in this dataset and it may be possible to transfer them to another service if required. It should in any case be possible to read the dataset with an HTML reader.
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Raw data for Salmonella expresses foreign genes during infection by degrading their silencer
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The main hypothesis of this work is that silicon dioxide nanofluids can reduce the work of adhesion required to pull aromatic and alkane functional groups from quartz and feldspar mineral substrates. A secondary hypothesis is that the adhesion work is directly related to adhesion force - both of which are measured on AFM. The data collected shows that adhesion force decreases as nanofluid concentration increases up to 0.5 wt% after which it begins to decrease. Mean adhesion force (pN) with error margin was obtained from histograms generated during atomic force microscope (AFM) measurements. The measurements consist of 1024 force curves per test. Standard deviation values are also included. A 2-D plot can reveal the trend of adhesion force with nanofluid concentration. Similarly, a linear relationship seems to exist between adhesion force and adhesion work (aJ), but the latter seems to also depend on scan rate and displacement. Mean adhesion work measurements were obtained in similar manner to force curves. All associated data are available in the spreadsheet named" AFM data". All of the 1,024 force curves obtained per test were carefully analyzed and a single force curve was selected to describe the role of intermolecular forces. As presented in the document "AFM force curves", a plot consists of two portions: approach (red line) and retract (blue line). The vertical axis represents adhesion force (force, pN) and horizontal axis represents vertical displacement of probe/tip from substrate (z snr, microns). The adhesion histograms calculated via post-processors are more relevant for quantitative interpretations (adhesion work and force) than the single force curves, which are more useful for qualitative interpretations such as type of intermolecular forces governing substrate/tip/medium interaction. The approach line is used to predict the presence of Van Der Waal's force and electrostatic repulsion while the retract line is used to predict dominance of capillary adhesion and binding force; the reader is referred to the reference provided below for exhaustive details. Indeed, the force curves can be used to mathematically model these surface forces, but it will require more rigorous topographic imaging and careful examination of cantilever displacement as it approaches and retracts from the surface. This is beyond the scope of this work.
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Supplemental to figure 1 of "Analysis of a limb-specific regulatory element in the promoter of the link protein gene." This supplemented figure 1 shows the details of the X-gal staining from embryos containing the -1020 and -690 nt Hapln-lacZ transgenes. Fig. 1. Link protein gene promoter constructs show in vivo expression patterns in either the skeleton or limb/genitalia. (A) Two different link protein promoter fragments consisting of the −1020 and −690 nt regions were tested in transgenic mice. (B) A representative E15.5 mouse transiently expressing the −1020 promoter region showed only X-gal staining in appendicular and axial cartilaginous skeletal tissues. A dark background was used to provide contrast to the photograph to allow easy visualization of the discrete expression in cartilage sites. (B-1) Sectioning showing staining in the tibia after X-gal and eosin counter-staining. (B-2) Immunofluorescence using antibody to Hapln1. (C) and (D) The shorter −690 promoter region demonstrated high-level expression in the limb and genitalia as shown in two representative mouse embryos. As shown, embryos showed variability of X-gal staining in the limb and hind paw regions. The embryos in C and D were dissected and either the paws (C1, D1; 5x) or genital tubercle (C2, D-2;20x) were examined by tissue-sectioning and counter-staining with eosin. In paws and genitalia mesenchymal cells show X-gal staining underneath the un-stained epithelial cells.
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