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1. Optimal Binary Split Trees Revisited

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2. Abstract Compiler Detection of Function Call Side Effects

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3. Abstract Static Detection of Preprocessor Macro Errors in C

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4. Abstract Binary Split Tree Insertion and Deletion Algorithms

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5. Abstract An Empirical Study of Nearly Optimal Binary Search Trees and Split Trees

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6. Saccadic dysmetria and "intact" smooth pursuit eye movements after bilateral deep cerebellar nuclei lesions.

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7. Saccadic dysmetria and "intact" smooth pursuit eye movements after bilateral deep cerebellar nuclei lesions.


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8. Adenosine, ‘pertussis-sensitive’ G-proteins, and K+ conductance in central mammalian neurones under energy deprivation


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9. Thymoma-associated myasthenia gravis. Transplantation of thymoma and extrathymomal thymic tissue into SCID mice.

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10. Myogenesis in thymic transplants in the severe combined immunodeficient mouse model of myasthenia gravis. Differentiation of thymic myoid cells into striated muscle cells.

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