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11. Adaptive Composite B-Spline Grid Generation for Interactive 3D Visualizations
Topic: Math
Published: 1/22/2014
Authors: Bonita V Saunders, Qiming Wang, Brian Antonishek
Abstract: We describe an adaptive grid generation technique based on the composition of tensor product B-spline mappings, T and Phi, where Phi maps the unit square onto itself and T maps the unit square onto the desired physical domain. Variational method ...

12. Adaptive Preimage Resistance Analysis Revisited: Requirements, Subtleties and Implications
Topic: Math
Published: 4/16/2012
Authors: Dong H. Chang, Moti Yung
Abstract: In the last few years, the need to design new cryptographic hash functions has led to the intense study of when desired hash multi-properties are preserved or assured under compositions and domain extensions. In this area, it is important to identify ...

13. Adaptive Restructuring of Radial Basis Functions Using Integrate-and-Fire Neurons
Topic: Math
Published: 12/6/2014
Author: Jeremy A Marvel
Abstract: This paper proposes a neurobiology-based extension of integrate-and-fire models of Radial Basis Function Neural Networks (RBFNN) that adapts to novel stimuli by means of dynamic restructuring of the network's structural parameters. The new architect ...

14. Algorithms and Codes for the Macdonald Function: Recent Progress and Comparisons
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6596
Topic: Math
Published: 2/1/2003
Authors: B R Fabijonas, Daniel W Lozier, J M Rappoport
Abstract: The modified Bessel function K^di{nu}^{chi}, also known as the Macdonald function, finds application in the Kontorovich-Lebedev integral transform when {chi} and {nu} are real and positive. In this paper, a comparison of three codes for computing th ...

15. An Asymptotically Optimal Structural Attack on the ABC Multivariate Encryption Scheme
Topic: Math
Published: 10/3/2014
Authors: Dustin Moody, Ray A Perlner, Daniel C Smith-Tone
Abstract: Historically, multivariate public key cryptography has been less than successful at offering encryption schemes which are both secure and efficient. At PQCRYPTO '13 in Limoges, Tao, Diene, Tang, and Ding introduced a promising new multivariate e ...

16. An Input Space Modeling Methodology for Combinatorial Testing
Topic: Math
Published: 3/22/2013
Authors: Mehra N. Borazjany, Laleh Ghandehari, Yu Lei, Raghu N Kacker, David R Kuhn
Abstract: The input space of a system must be modeled before combinatorial testing can be applied to this system. The effectiveness of combinatorial testing to a large extent depends on the quality of the input space model. In this paper we introduce an input ...

17. An Interaction-based Test Sequence Generation Approach for Testing Web Applications
Topic: Math
Published: 12/3/2008
Authors: Wenhua Wang, Sreedevi Sampath, Yu Lei, Raghu N Kacker
Abstract: Web applications often use dynamic pages that interact with each other by accessing shared objects, e.g., session objects. Interactions between dynamic pages need to be carefully tested, as they may give rise to subtle faults that cannot be detected ...

18. An Optimization Approach to Multiple Sequence Alignment
Topic: Math
Published: 7/1/2003
Authors: Fern Y Hunt, Anthony J Kearsley, H H Wan
Abstract: The problem of multiple sequence alignment is recast as an optimization problem using Markov decision theory. One seeks to minimize the expected or average cost of alignment subject to data-derived constraints. In this setting the problem is equiva ...

19. Applying Combinatorial Testing to the Siemens Suite
Topic: Math
Published: 3/22/2013
Authors: Laleh Ghandehari, Mehra N. Borazjany, Yu Lei, Raghu N Kacker, David R Kuhn
Abstract: Combinatorial testing has attracted a lot of attention from both industry and academia. A number of reports suggest that combinatorial testing can be effective for practical applications. However, there still seems to lack systematic, controlled stud ...

20. Approximating Limit Cycles of a Van der Pol Equation with Delay
Topic: Math
Published: 1/15/2004
Author: David E. Gilsinn
Abstract: In this paper a theorem of Stokes is used to establish the existence of a periodic solution of a Van der Pol equation with fixed delay in the neighborhood of an approximating solution that satisfies a certain noncriticality condition.

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