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#### Disseminated chlorellosis in a dog

(American College of Veterinary Pathologists, 2009)

An adult dog with ataxia and a lingual mass, previously diagnosed as protothecosis, was euthanized. At the postmortem examination, the lingual mass, regions of the lungs and hilar lymph nodes, liver, mesenteric and sublumbar ...

#### Electrochemical properties of carbon nanoparticles entrapped in silica matrix

(Electrochemical Society, 2008)

Carbon-based electrode materials have been widely used for many years for electrochemical charge storage, energy generation, and catalysis. We have developed an electrode material with high specific capacitance by entrapping ...

#### A Measure of Media Bias

(Department of Economics, 2005)

In this paper we estimate ADA (Americans for Democratic Action) scores for major media outlets such as the New York Times, USA Today, Fox News' Special Report, and all three network television news shows. Our estimates ...

#### Organizational Structure and the Diversification Discount: Evidence from Commercial Banking

(Blackwell, 2008)

This paper provides evidence on organizational structure, geographic diversification, and performance at bank holding companies (BHCs). First, we show that a BHC's member banks benefit from access to the parent organization's ...

#### Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?

(2006-02)

Is entrepreneurship an innate ability or an acquired skill? Can entrepreneurial acumen be achieved and enhanced through education and training, or are certain people �born� to be entrepreneurs or to act entrepreneurially? ...

#### The Author and the Person: Foucauldian Reflection on the Author in Knowledge Organization Systems

(2013)

Based on Foucault's exploration of the author-function, the current study investigates knowledge organization systems' treatment of persons. FRBR and FRAD do well to extend the information in library authority records ...

#### Whittaker-Fourier Coefficients of Metaplectic Eisenstein Series

(2003)

It is shown that the Fourier-Whittaker coefficients of Eisenstein series on the n-fold cover of GL(n) are L-functions, improving prior results of T. Suzuki.

#### Character Sums over Integers with Restricted g-ary Digits

(2002)

We establish upper bounds for multiplicative character sums and exponential sums over sets of integers that are described by various
properties of their digits in a fixed base g ≥ 2. Our main tools are the Weil and ...

#### Matrix inequalities with applications to the theory of iterated kernels

(2003)

For an m × n matrix A with nonnegative real entries, Atkinson, Moran and Watterson proved the inequality s(A)3 ≤ mns(AAtA), where At is the transpose of A, and s(·) is the sum of the entries. We extend this result to finite ...

#### On the Number of Sparse RSA Exponents

(2002)

An RSA modulus is a product M = pl of two primes p and l. We show that for almost all RSA moduli M, the number of sparse exponents e (which allow for fast RSA encryption) with the property that gcd(e,φ(M)) = 1 (hence RSA ...

#### Multiplicative Structure of Values of the Euler Function

(2004)

We establish upper bounds for the number of smooth values of the Euler function. In particular, although the Euler function has
a certain “smoothing” effect on its integer arguments, our results show that, in fact, most ...

#### Congruences and Exponential Sums with the Euler Function

(2004)

We give upper bounds for the number of solutions to congruences with the Euler function φ(n) and with the Carmichael function λ(n). We also give nontrivial bounds for certain exponential sums involving φ(n). Analogous ...

#### Squares from products of integers

(2006)

Notice that 1_2_3_4+1 = 52 , 2_3_4_5+1 = 112 , 3_4_5_6+1 = 192 , . . . . Indeed, it is well known that the product of any four consecutive integers always differs by one from a perfect square. However, a little experimentation ...

#### Decomposition of analytic measures on groups and measure spaces

(2011)

This paper provides a new approach to proving generalizations of the F.&M. Riesz Theorem, for example, the result of Helson and Lowdenslager, the result of Forelli (and de Leeuw and Glicksberg), and more recent results of ...

#### A Hierarchical Bayesian Non-linear Spatio-temporal Model for the Spread of Invasive Species with Application to the Eurasian Collared-Dove

(Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 2007)

Differential equation based advection-diffusion models have been used in atmospheric science to mimic complex processes such as weather and climate. Differential and partial-differential equations (PDE's) have become popular ...

#### Hierarchical Bayesian Approach to Boundary Value Problems with Stochastic Boundary Conditions

(American Meteorological Society, 2003)

Boundary value problems are ubiquitous in the atmospheric and ocean sciences. Typical settings include bounded, partially bounded, global and limited area domains, discretized for applications of numerical models of
the ...

#### Values of the Euler Function in Various Sequences

(2005)

Let φ (n) and λ(n) denote the Euler and Carmichael functions, respectively. In this paper, we investigate the equation φ (n)r = λ(n)s, where r ≥ s ≥ 1 are fixed positive integers. We also study those positive integers n, ...

#### Decoupling inequalities for the tail probabilities of multivariate u-statistics

(2011)

In this paper we present a decoupling inequality that shows that multivariate U-statistics can be studied as sums of (conditionally) independent random variables. This result has important implications in several areas of ...

#### The spectrum of the kinematic dynamo operator for an ideally conducting fluid

(2011)

The spectrum of the kinematic dynamo operator for an ideally conducting fluid and the spectrum of the corresponding group acting in
the space of continuous divergence free vector fields on a compact Riemannian manifold ...

#### Contraction and decoupling inequalities for multilinear forms and u-statistics

(2011)

We prove decoupling inequalities for random polynomials in independent random variables with coefficients in vector space. We use various means of comparison, including rearrangement invariant norms (e.g., Orlicz and Lorentz ...