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How To Bargain: An Interval Approach, Vladik Kreinovich, Hung T. Nguyen, Songsak Sriboonchitta Dec 2010

From Program Synthesis To Optimal Program Synthesis, Joaquin Reyna Dec 2010

Fundamental Physical Equations Can Be Derived By Applying Fuzzy Methodology To Informal Physical Ideas, Eric Gutierrez, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

How To Tell When A Product Of Two Partially Ordered Spaces Has A Certain Property: General Results With Application To Fuzzy Logic, Francisco Zapata, Olga Kosheleva, Karen Villaverde Dec 2010

Reducing Over-Conservative Expert Failure Rate Estimates In The Presence Of Limited Data: A New Probabilistic/Fuzzy Approach, Carlos M. Ferregut, F. Joshua Campos, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

Towards Optimal Sensor Placement In Multi-Zone Measurements, Octavio Lerma, Craig Tweedie, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

Mamdani Approach To Fuzzy Control, Logical Approach, What Else?, Samuel Bravo, Jaime Nava Dec 2010

Towards Chemical Applications Of Dempster-Shafer-Type Approach: Case Of Variant Ligands, Jaime Nava Dec 2010

Universal Approximation With Uninorm-Based Fuzzy Neural Networks, Andre Lemos, Vladik Kreinovich, Walmir Caminhas, Fernando Gomide Dec 2010

Why Curvature In L-Curve: Combining Soft Constraints, Uram Anibal Sosa Aguirre, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

Adding Constraints -- A (Seemingly Counterintuitive But) Useful Heuristic In Solving Difficult Problems, Olga Kosheleva, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

Adding Constraints -- A (Seemingly Counterintuitive But) Useful Heuristic In Solving Difficult Problems, Olga Kosheleva, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Intuitively, the more constraints we impose on a problem, the more difficult it is to solve it. However, in practice, difficult-to-solve problems sometimes get solved when we impose additional constraints and thus, make the problems seemingly more complex. In this methodological paper, we explain this seemingly counter-intuitive phenomenon, and we show that, dues to this explanation, additional constraints can serve as a useful heuristic in solving difficult problems.


Fusing Continuous And Discrete Data, On The Example Of Merging Seismic And Gravity Models In Geophysics, Omar Ochoa, Aaron Velasco, Vladik Kreinovich Dec 2010

Towards Optimal Placement Of Bio-Weapon Detectors, Chris Kiekintveld, Octavio Lerma Dec 2010

Testing Shock Absorbers: Towards A Faster Parallelizable Algorithm, Christian Servin Dec 2010

From Single To Double Use Expressions, With Applications To Parametric Interval Linear Systems: On Computational Complexity Of Fuzzy And Interval Computations, Joseph A Lorkowski Dec 2010

Least Sensitive (Most Robust) Fuzzy "Exclusive Or" Operations, Jesus E. Hernandez, Jaime Nava Dec 2010

Estimating Mean Under Interval Uncertainty And Variance Constraint, Ali Jalal-Kamali, Luc Longpre, Misha Kosheleva Dec 2010

Computing The Range Of Variance-To-Mean Ratio Under Interval And Fuzzy Uncertainty, Sio-Long Lo, Gang Xiang Dec 2010

Visualization Queries, Nicholas Del Rio, Paulo Pinheiro Da Silva Nov 2010

A New Answer To Pauli's Question: Almost All Quantum States Can Be Uniquely Determined By Measuring Location And Momentum, Don Jackson, Olga Kosheleva Nov 2010

Why L2 Topology In Quantum Physics, Chris Culellar, Evan Longpre, Vladik Kreinovich Nov 2010

Cleanjava: A Formal Notation For Functional Program Verification, Yoonsik Cheon, Cesar Yeep, Melisa Vela Nov 2010

Power Vs. Performance Evaluation Of Synthetic Aperture Radar Image-Formation Algorithms And Implementations For Embedded Hec Environments (Ongoing Study), Ricardo Portillo, Sarala Arunagiri, Patricia J. Teller Nov 2010

Towards Simpler Description Of Properties Like Commutativity And Associativity: Using Expression Fragments, Shubhra Datta, Valeria Fierro, Krasen Petrov, Jessica Romo, Gesuri Ramirez, Cesar Valenzuela Oct 2010

Why Feynman Path Integration?, Jaime Nava, Juan Ferret, Vladik Kreinovich, Gloria Berumen, Sandra Griffin, Edgar Padilla Oct 2010

Expanding Algorithmic Randomness To The Algebraic Approach To Quantum Physics: Kolmogorov Complexity And Quantum Logics, Vladik Kreinovich Oct 2010

Expanding Algorithmic Randomness To The Algebraic Approach To Quantum Physics: Kolmogorov Complexity And Quantum Logics, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Physicists usually assume that events with a very small probability cannot occur. Kolmogorov complexity formalizes this idea for non-quantum events. We show how this formalization can be extended to quantum events as well.


Towards A Fast, Practical Alternative To Joint Inversion Of Multiple Datasets: Model Fusion, Omar Ochoa, Aaron A. Velasco, Christian Servin Oct 2010

Strings Lead To Lattice-Type Causality, Francisco Zapata, Essau Ramirez, Joel A. Lopez, Olga Kosheleva Oct 2010

A Use Case-Guided Comparison Of Opm And Pml, Paulo Pinheiro Da Silva, Steve Roach Oct 2010

Uncertainty In Partially Ordered Sets As A Natural Generalization Of Intervals: Negative Information Is Sufficient, Positive Is Not, David Mireles, Olga Kosheleva Oct 2010