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A number of q,tanalogues of this fact were conjectured in [10]; the present paper proves most of those conjectures, as well as some new identities suggested by the proof technique.


In this paper we present a technique for proving bounds of the BoasKacLukosz type for unsharply restricted functions with nonnegative Fourier transforms.


This technique gives rise to several "epsilonized" versions of the BoasKacLukosz bound (which deals with the case f(u) = 0, u ≥ 1).


The basic technique uses factorization of group elements and Gel'fandTsetlin bases to simplify the computations, and may be extended to treat the computation of Fourier transforms of finitely supported distributions on the group.


Our technique applies, in particular, to the Shannon and Journe wavelet sets.


Our approach generalizes Lévy's midpoint displacement technique which is used to generate Brownian motion.


The same technique of proof is also applied to yield an existence result for Adilation MRA subspace wavelets.


A technique for the solution of convolution equations arising in robotics is presented and the corresponding regularized problem is solved explicity for particular functions.


It is an efficient technique in such problems as separating an image into texture and piecewise smooth parts or for inpainting applications.


Our implementation is based on the "Separation of Variables" technique (see, e.g., Maslen and Rockmore, Proceedings of the DIMACS Workshop on Groups and Computation, pp.


After 24h incubation, cellular DNA was isolated and analyzed for BPderived DNA adducts by 32Ppostlabeling technique.


Numerical simulations are carried out to test the feasibility and to study the general characteristics of the technique without the real measurement data.


This technique is a direct application of the continuation homotopy method for solving nonlinear systems of equations.


The idea comes from the completion technique ever used in LQ optimal control.


The technique in this paper is also useful for other nonlinear problems.


We obtain the Holder exponents of such fractal interpolation functions by using the technique of operator approximation.


After giving a suitable model for the cutting strips problem, we present a branchandprice algorithm for it by combining the column generation technique and the branchandbound method with LP relaxations.


First, it doesn ' t solve any quadratic programming (QP), and its search directions are determined by the generalized projection technique and the solutions of two systems of linear equations.


This result can be combined with subdivision technique to obtain a continuous piecewise approximation to a rational curve.


In this paper, some test statistics of Kolmogorov type and Cramervon Mises type based on projection pursuit technique are proposed for testing the sphericity problem of a highdimensional distribution.

