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  1. Estimating Parameters of Partial Differential Equations with Gradient Matching

    Liu, Zhongyi; Macdonald, Benn; Husmeier, Dirk; Giurghita, Diana
    Parameter inference in partial differential equations (PDEs) is a problem that many researchers are interested in. The conventional methods suffer from severe computational costs because these method require to solve the PDEs repeatedly by numerical integration. The concept of gradient matching have been proposed in order to reduce the computational complexity, which consists of two steps. First, the data are interpolated with certain smoothing methods. Then, the partial derivatives of the interpolants are calculated and the parameters are optimized to minimize the distance (measured by loss functions) between partial derivatives of interpolants and the PDE systems. In this article, we...

  2. Revisiting the 40Ar/39Ar Chronology of Lunar Meteorite NWA 773 Provides New Constraints on its Diachronous Geologic History

    Tremblay, M.M.; Cohen, B.E.; Mark, D.F.; Ickert, R.B.; Smith, C.L.
    No abstract available.

  3. The Neogene evolution of topography and rivers along the Indus-Yarlung Suture Zone, southern Tibet

    Tremblay, Marissa M.; Willett, Sean D.; Shuster, David L.; Fox, Matthew; Zeitler, Peter K.; Schmidt, Jennifer L.; Winn, Carmen; Karlstrom, Karl E.

  4. Editio (actionis; instrumentorum; rationum)

    Metzger, E.
    This is a brief reference item on a single topic in classical Roman civil procedure. A plaintiff who wished to bring a civil lawsuit under the formulary procedure was required by edict to give the defendant notice of the action he intended to bring and the evidence he intended to present. A related edict allowed either a plaintiff or defendant to compel the production of a banker’s accounts.

  5. Portrait Production in Early Jacobean England: Defining Practices in the Workshop of John de Critz the Elder

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  6. New Findings Through Technical Analysis: The Workshop of John de Critz the Elder

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  7. Defining the Origins and Characteristics of Anglo-Netherlandish and Native Workshop Practices in Late Elizabethan / Early Jacobean England: Comparative Technical Study of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561/2 - 1636), John de Critz the Elder (d.1642), Robert Peake the Elder (c.1551 - 1619 and William Larkin (c.1580 - 1619)

    Rae, Caroline; Burnstock, Aviva
    No abstract available.

  8. A Secret History: Sir Robert Cecil, a Venetian Mosaic, and the Discovery of a Lost Portrait by John de Critz

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  9. 'The work of God and not of man,' Gilding and the English Renaissance Portrait

    Rae, Caroline; Plender, Sophie; Burnstock, Aviva
    No abstract available.

  10. Adrian Vanson and Adam de Colone: Technical Study of Two Scoto-Jacobean Stranger-Painters

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  11. New thoughts on Adrian Vanson and Adam de Colone: Technical Analysis of Portraits by Two Netherlandish Artists who Worked in Jacobean Scotland

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  12. Does Disaggregrated Compute Require a New Programming Paradigm?

    Singer, Jeremy; Perkins, Colin; Herry, Herry
    No abstract available.

  13. Edict si neque potestatem

    Metzger, Ernest
    This is a brief reference item on a single topic in classical Roman civil procedure. The edict si neque potestatem punished a litigant who had been summoned and had given a representative (vindex) to appear temporarily in his place, but who nevertheless remained absent from proceedings in iure.

  14. From Seedlings to Ships: Supply Chain Management in the Venice Arsenale, 1320-1800

    Wilson, James M.; Favotto, Alvise
    The Venice Arsenale was one of the earliest large industrial complexes, started in 1104 with expansions in 1320 and after 1660. It made many of the warships and much of the commercial shipping used by Venice. It is reputed to have innovated producing standardized parts enabling the mass-production of galleys. Preliminary investigations show a rich data set for the period 1665-1779 revealing how the Arsenale was managed. This research provides a significant insight into one aspect of the Arsenale’s activities: the management of the wood used and the forests supplying it. A historical investigation will show how its production activities...

  15. Nottinghamshire Nomenclature: Dialect and Development in Some Trent-side Field-names

    Gregory, Rebecca
    No abstract available.

  16. The Name as an Artefact: Or, the Perils of Jumping to Conclusions

    Gregory, Rebecca
    The study of place-names is an invaluable tool in researching medieval history, and this paper will examine the relationship between onomastics and archaeology, and how place-names can be used as historical artefacts. Every record of a name marks a moment in time, and the development of a name demonstrates a progression which reflects cultural, sociological and linguistic change both in the geographical area to which it is tied, and across society as a whole. When using one kind of evidence in isolation, however, it is easy to make mistakes and misrepresentations which could so easily be remedied by interdisciplinary research:...

  17. The Specificity of Generics: Semantic Development and Differentiation in Some East Midland Field-name Elements

    Gregory, Rebecca
    It has been convincingly argued by various scholars that the elements used in English major place-names frequently have very precise meanings. This is most easily demonstrated, perhaps, in landscape terminology, but is also the case with elements indicative of travel, industry, and defence, among others. Research on English microtoponyms has been a more recent focus, with a constantly increasing corpus of attestations (both published and unpublished), and the work which has been conducted using field- and minor names is naturally selective, and often localised. My own research on field-names in a small area of Nottinghamshire has created a corpus of...

  18. Holme From Home: East Midland Place-names and the Story of Viking Settlement

    Gregory, Rebecca
    No abstract available.

  19. Vikings in the East Midlands

    Gregory, Rebecca
    No abstract available.

  20. Ings, Wongs, Becks and Holmes: Echoes of Scandinavia in Nottinghamshire's Minor Place-names

    Gregory, Rebecca
    No abstract available.

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