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  • Optimal transport and Skorokhod embedding

    Beiglboeck, Mathias; Cox, Alexander M. G.; Huesmann, Martin (2017)
    The Skorokhod embedding problem is to represent a given probability as the distribution of Brownian motion at a chosen stopping time. Over the last 50 years this has become one of the important classical problems in probability theory and a number of authors have constructed solutions with particular optimality properties. These constructions employ a variety of techniques ranging from excursion theory to potential and PDE theory and have been used in many different branches of pure and appli...

    Modification of standard CMOS technology for cell-based biosensors

    Graham, Anthony H D; Surguy, S M; Langlois, P; Bowen, Christopher R; Taylor, John; Robbins, J (2012)
    We present an electrode based on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology that can be made fully biocompatible and chemically inert using a simple, low-cost and non-specialised process. Since these devices are based on ubiquitous CMOS technology, the integrated circuits can be readily developed to include appropriate amplifiers, filters and wireless subsystems, thus reducing the complexity and cost of external systems. The unprocessed CMOS aluminium electrodes are modified us...

    A powerful mitochondria-targeted iron chelator affords high photoprotection against solar ultraviolet A radiation

    Reelfs, Olivier; Abbate, Vincenzo; Hider, Robert C; Pourzand, Charareh (2016)

    Coalgebraic semantics for parallel derivation strategies in logic programming

    Komendantskaya, Ekaterina; McCusker, Guy; Power, John (2011)
    Logic programming, a class of programming languages based on first-order logic, provides simple and efficient tools for goal-oriented proof-search. Logic programming supports recursive computations, and some logic programs resemble the inductive or coinductive definitions written in functional programming languages. In this paper, we give a coalgebraic semantics to logic programming. We show that ground logic programs can be modelled by either P f P f -coalgebras or P f List-coalgebras on Set...

    Theorising schools as organisations: Isn’t it all about complexity?

    Hawkins, Melissa; James, Chris (2016)
    The daily work of organising in schools both configures and is configured by the nature of schools as complex organisations. However, the organisational complexity of schools is often omitted in normative and analytical accounts of schools as organisations. In this paper, we seek to redress that omission and to bring organisational complexity to the fore in theorising about educational organisations and organising. Using a meta-ethnographic approach, we analyse the literature on organisationa...
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