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1. stat06102.dvi

5,Ta. ylor. &Fr. anci. s;Re. prin. ted. byp. erm. issi. onof. ... 5,Ta. ylor. &Fr. anci. s;Re. prin. ted. byp. erm. issi. on.

www.geog.ox.ac.uk/research/transformations/gis/papers/MappingDiseasePatterns.pdf- 1990k - 5 Jan 2016 - Cached

2. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/michael.wooldridge/pubs/ecai2004b.pdf

The effect of implementing the deal〈P, Q〉 is thatthe allocation of cities specified byP is replaced with that speci-fied byQ.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/michael.wooldridge/pubs/ecai2004b.pdf- 64k - 24 May 2004 - Cached

3. https://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~evans/recover2.pdf

it is also variation independent of p(w)given p(y |w) (since these are functions of p(y, w)).It follows that no restriction is placed on p(w) ... The proof is in the appendix. Note that, under the causal graphical model in Fig-ure 1, the causal effect of

www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~evans/recover2.pdf- 307k - 16 Jul 2015 - Cached

4. Sparsification of Binary CSPs

Note that if we take D = {0, 1} and P defined on D2 byP (x, y) = 1 iff x 6= y then CSP(P ) corresponds to the cut problem.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/standa.zivny/publications/bz19stacs-preprint.pdf- 439k - 3 Jan 2019 - Cached

5. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/3434/PRG104.pdf

EQUATIONAL REASONING SUPPORT FOR ORWELL. by. Stephen Paul Wilson. Technical Monograph PRG-I04 ISBN 0-902928-81-3. March 1993. Oxford University Computing Laboratory Programming Research Group II Keble Road Oxford OXI 3QD England. Copyright 1993

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/3434/PRG104.pdf- 2169k - 28 Oct 2009 - Cached

6. The Tractability Frontier of Well-designed SPARQL Queries

- Information systems -> Resource Description Framework (RDF); - Theory of computation -> Database query processing and optimization (theory);

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/standa.zivny/publications/Romero18pods-preprint.pdf- 1835k - 25 Apr 2018 - Cached

7. Nominal Games and Full Abstraction for the Nu-Calculus

e. a is fresh at that point)in some justified sequence; we say that a is introduced byP (resp.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/samson.abramsky/nominalgames.pdf- 328k - 5 Jul 2004 - Cached

8. paper.dvi

I(c2) (c1, c2) HC(c1, c2),. – HP P P is the transitive closure of the property hierarchy and is defined byP I(p1) P.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/boris.motik/pubs/mmv02conceptual.pdf- 574k - 14 Aug 2002 - Cached

9. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/781/1/2002_Parton_F.pdf

initial guess for the BYP that Matlab solves. For small values of () and small. ... e, matlab returns the required solution to the BYP. This means that short hairs towards the bottom of the head will come out with the correct solution.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/781/1/2002_Parton_F.pdf- 2121k - 23 Feb 2009 - Cached

10. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/4773/UPMontevidForOxCompMay12Slides.pdf

2. In Sections 1 to 3, I report the work byP.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/4773/UPMontevidForOxCompMay12Slides.pdf- 122k - 28 Apr 2012 - Cached

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