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1. Algorithmic Problems Related To The Internet

The advice of expert i on day t results in a gain G[i, t] in [-1, 1]. ... There is more…. Recall the update (1 ε G[i, t]). ε is the selection strength.

algo.cs.ox.ac.uk/workshop2012/slides/christos_papadimitriou.ppt- 1450k - 16 Oct 2012

2. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/jeremy.gibbons/publications/embedding-dsldi.pdf

i, t,s,r,c) (Rotate a) = r afold (i, t,s,r,c) (Compose (f ,g)) = c (fold (i, t,s,r,c) f ,. fold (i, t,s,r,c) ... i, t,s,r,c) = r acomposeA :: (TransformA,TransformA) TransformAcomposeA (f ,g) (i, t,s,r,c) = c (f (i, t,s,r,c),g (i, t,s,r,c)).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/jeremy.gibbons/publications/embedding-dsldi.pdf- 86k - 27 Aug 2014

3. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1307/1/Tron-Lozai.pdf

advice and guidance to steer my work in interesting directions. I will always. ... Zp = {g i mod p | i N}. The ElGamal encryption scheme [ElG85] works as follows:.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1307/1/Tron-Lozai.pdf- 839k - 2 Sep 2011

4. https://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/~markovic/FM-2-final.pdf

t g)I|| T 2||Dg(x)Qs,tI|| ||(DQs,t(g(x))g. ... Dx(g1 Qs,t g) I|| T 3η(|s t|) T ||DQs,t(g(x))g1 Dg(x)g1||. Finally, (6) and (9) give.

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/~markovic/FM-2-final.pdf- 190k - 14 Aug 2011

5. Microsoft Word - TechReportCover.doc

a(i) = min{t &amp;gt; g(i) | rdyt}d(i) = min{t &amp;gt; a(i) | rdyt}. ... a(i, n) =. . min{t &amp;gt; g(i) | rdyt}: n = 0 bst(i).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/tom.melham/pub/Boehm-2008-DVOb.pdf- 421k - 15 Apr 2008

6. www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/economics/Papers/1997/w6/ma.pdf

writing G = (I T T )1, then vec {Σα} = Gvec(hh′) = G (h h).The likelihood can be computed in a number of ways, including the Kalman filter. ... θi= G (I T T ). θiGvec(hh′) G. h hθi. = G(.

www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/economics/Papers/1997/w6/ma.pdf- 173k - 21 Sep 1997

7. Microsoft Word - TechReportCover.doc

a(i) = min{t &amp;gt; g(i) | rdyt}d(i) = min{t &amp;gt; a(i) | rdyt}. ... a(i, n) =. . min{t &amp;gt; g(i) | rdyt}: n = 0 bst(i).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/techreports/oucl/RR-08-05.pdf- 421k - 15 Apr 2008

8. Oxford_Thesis

Â i (fl, t) „ or (fl, t) Â(fl, t) „ Â i (fl, t) „ and (fl, t) Â(fl, t) X „ i (fl, t 1) „(fl, t) F „ i tt, ... fl, t′) „(fl, t) Gi tt, (fl, t′) „(fl, t) „ U Â i tt, (fl, t′) Â and t′′ &amp;lt; t′, (fl, t′′)

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1537/1/Li%2C_Yong.pdf- 1333k - 28 Aug 2016

9. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1292/1/Frot.pdf

name=” name of the edge ” d i r=” true ”. source=” name o f source ve r t ex ”t a r g e t=” nam e o f t a rg ... z a t i o n&amp;gt;&amp;lt;node s v g F i l e=”node.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1292/1/Frot.pdf- 1350k - 1 Sep 2011

10. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/bob.coecke/Ben.pdf

name=” name of the edge ” d i r=” true ”. source=” name o f source ve r t ex ”t a r g e t=” nam e o f t a rg ... z a t i o n&amp;gt;&amp;lt;node s v g F i l e=”node.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/bob.coecke/Ben.pdf- 1350k - 1 Sep 2011

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