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1. Signal Models for and Fusion of Multimodal Information

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2. "Jim" Connolly and the Irish Rising of 1916


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3. On the Order of Convergence of Certain Quasi-Newton-Methods.


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4. The design of mechanizations : reliability, efficiency and flexibility


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5. On quantum-mechanical unified theories of collisional spectral line broadening

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6. DNA binding specificity of the bovine papillomavirus E1 protein is determined by sequences contained within an 18-base-pair inverted repeat element at the origin of replication.

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7. Acoustic Gait-based Person Identification using Hidden Markov Models


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8. A model for the regulation of D-3-phosphoglycerate dehydrogenase, a Vmax-type allosteric enzyme.

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9. END-TIDAL CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION AS AN INDICATOR OF PULMONARY BLOOD FLOW DURING CLOSED HEART SURGERY IN CHILDREN: A Report of Two Cases


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10. HYDROGEN ADSORPTION STUDIES ON SUPERLATTICES OF CO/NI


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