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Normalization of edit sequences for text synchronization

Rafael C. Carrasco, Alexander Sánchez Díaz (2011)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

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It often occurs that local copies of a text are modified by users but that the local modifications are not synchronized (thus allowing the merged text to become the source for later editions) until later when, for instance the network connection is reestablished. Since text editions usually affect a small fraction of the whole content, the history of edit operations provides a compact representation of the modified file. In this paper, we define a normal form for these records...

Pointwise constrained radially increasing minimizers in the quasi-scalar calculus of variations

Luís Balsa Bicho, António Ornelas (2014)

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations

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We prove of vector minimizers () =  (||) to multiple integrals ∫ ((), |()|)  on a  ⊂ ℝ, among the Sobolev functions (·) in + (, ℝ), using a  : ℝ×ℝ → [0,∞] with (·) and . Besides such basic hypotheses, (·,·) is assumed to satisfy also...

Hereditary properties of words

József Balogh, Béla Bollobás (2010)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

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Let be a hereditary property of words, , an infinite class of finite words such that every subword (block) of a word belonging to is also in . Extending the classical Morse-Hedlund theorem, we show that either contains at least words of length for every  or, for some , it contains at most words of length for every . More importantly, we prove the following quantitative extension of this result: if has words of length then, for every , it contains at most ⌈( + 1)/2⌉⌈( + 1)/2⌈...

Hydrodynamic limit of a d-dimensional exclusion process with conductances

Fábio Júlio Valentim (2012)

Annales de l'I.H.P. Probabilités et statistiques

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Fix a polynomial of the form () = + ∑2≤≤    =1 with (1) gt; 0. We prove that the evolution, on the diffusive scale, of the empirical density of exclusion processes on 𝕋 d , with conductances given by special class of functions, is described by the unique weak solution of the non-linear parabolic partial differential equation = ∑    ...

Integers in number systems with positive and negative quadratic Pisot base

Z. Masáková, T. Vávra (2014)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications - Informatique Théorique et Applications

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We consider numeration systems with base and − , for quadratic Pisot numbers and focus on comparing the combinatorial structure of the sets Z and Z of numbers with integer expansion in base , resp. − . Our main result is the comparison of languages of infinite words and coding the ordering of distances between consecutive - and (− )-integers. It turns out that for a class of roots of − − , the languages coincide, while for other...

Plug-in estimation of level sets in a non-compact setting with applications in multivariate risk theory

Elena Di Bernardino, Thomas Laloë, Véronique Maume-Deschamps, Clémentine Prieur (2013)

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics

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This paper deals with the problem of estimating the level sets () =  {() ≥ }, with  ∈ (0,1), of an unknown distribution function on ℝ . A plug-in approach is followed. That is, given a consistent estimator of , we estimate () by () =  { () ≥ }. In our setting, non-compactness property is required for the level sets to estimate. We state consistency results with respect to the Hausdorff distance and the volume of the symmetric...

Complexity of infinite words associated with beta-expansions

Christiane Frougny, Zuzana Masáková, Edita Pelantová (2010)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

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We study the complexity of the infinite word associated with the Rényi expansion of in an irrational base . When is the golden ratio, this is the well known Fibonacci word, which is Sturmian, and of complexity . For such that is finite we provide a simple description of the structure of special factors of the word . When =1 we show that . In the cases when or max} we show that the first difference of the complexity function takes value in for every , and consequently we determine...

On the distribution of characteristic parameters of words

Arturo Carpi, Aldo de Luca (2010)

RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications

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For any finite word on a finite alphabet, we consider the basic parameters and of defined as follows: is the minimal natural number for which has no right special factor of length and is the minimal natural number for which has no repeated suffix of length . In this paper we study the distributions of these parameters, here called characteristic parameters, among the words ...

Means in complete manifolds: uniqueness and approximation

Marc Arnaudon, Laurent Miclo (2014)

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics

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Let be a complete Riemannian manifold,  ∈ ℕ and  ≥ 1. We prove that almost everywhere on  = ( ,, ) ∈  for Lebesgue measure in , the measure μ ( x ) = N k = 1 N x k μ ( x ) = 1 N ∑ k = 1 N δ x k has a unique–mean (). As a consequence, if  = ( ,, ) is a -valued random variable with absolutely continuous law, then almost surely (()) has a unique –mean. In particular if ( ...

Computing and proving with pivots

Frédéric Meunier (2013)

RAIRO - Operations Research - Recherche Opérationnelle

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A simple idea used in many combinatorial algorithms is the idea of . Originally, it comes from the method proposed by Gauss in the 19th century for solving systems of linear equations. This method had been extended in 1947 by Dantzig for the famous simplex algorithm used for solving linear programs. From since, a pivoting algorithm is a method exploring subsets of a ground set and going from one subset to a new one ′ by deleting an element inside and adding an element outside : ′ =  ...

Upper large deviations for maximal flows through a tilted cylinder

Marie Theret (2014)

ESAIM: Probability and Statistics

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We consider the standard first passage percolation model in ℤ for  ≥ 2 and we study the maximal flow from the upper half part to the lower half part (respectively from the top to the bottom) of a cylinder whose basis is a hyperrectangle of sidelength proportional to and whose height is () for a certain height function . We denote this maximal flow by (respectively ). We emphasize the fact that the cylinder may be tilted. We look at the probability that...