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    • J-approximation of complex projective spaces by lens spaces 

      Dibag, I. (Mathematical Sciences Publishers, 1999)
      In this paper we study the group J(Lk(n)) of stable fibre homotopy classes of vector bundles over the lens space, Lk(n) = S2k+1/ℤn where ℤn is the cyclic group of order n. We establish the fundamental exact sequences and ...
    • J-convergence of switching processes with rare perturbations to diffusion processes with Poisson type jumps 

      Anisimov, Vladimir V. (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Mathematics, 2000)
      In the paper it is studied J-convergence for a special subclass of switching processes, recurrent processes of semi-Markov type (Anisimov,1992, Anisimov and Aliev,1990) both with rare interference of chance and in the case ...
    • Ja vielleicht, mal sehen 

      Ünal, Hasan (Suhrkamp Verlag, 2004)
    • James, William 

      Winter, Thomas (SAGE Publications, Inc., 2004)
      Through his research and his teaching, the philosopher William James sought to mediate between two concepts of middle-class manhood that developed in U.S. culture from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth century. The ...
    • Jamming bandits-a novel learning method for optimal jamming 

      Amuru, S.; Tekin, C.; Van Der Schaar, M.; Buehrer, R.M. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2016)
      Can an intelligent jammer learn and adapt to unknown environments in an electronic warfare-type scenario? In this paper, we answer this question in the positive, by developing a cognitive jammer that adaptively and optimally ...
    • Jamming of Wireless Localization Systems 

      Gezici, Sinan; Gholami, M. R.; Bayram, S.; Jansson M. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2016)
      In this paper, the optimal jamming of wireless localization systems is investigated. Two optimal power allocation schemes are proposed for jammer nodes in the presence of total and peak power constraints. In the first ...
    • Jamming strategies in wireless source localization systems 

      Keskin, Musa Furkan; Öztürk, Cüneyd; Bayram, Suat; Gezici, Sinan (IEEE, 2019-08)
      We consider optimal jamming strategies in wireless source localization systems, where anchor nodes estimate positions of target nodes in the presence of jammers that emit zero-mean Gaussian noise. The Cramér-Rao lower bound ...
    • Jean Paul’s Lunacy, or humor as trans-critique 

      Coker, William (Springer, 2018)
      The foremost theorist of humor in the German romantic period and one of its most popular novelists, Jean Paul Richter developed a poetics of antithesis at odds with the harmonious dialectics proposed by many of his ...
    • The Jester and the Sage: Twain and Nietzsche 

      Brahm, G. N.; Robinson, F. G. (University of California Press, 2005)
      Though Mark Twain and Friedrich Nietzsche were aware of each other, they never met and there is no evidence of influence in either direction. Yet the similarities in their thought are strikingly numerous and close. They ...
    • Jewish settlements: Another name for occupation 

      Dinçer, Osman Bahadır; Coşkun, G. (Uluslararası Stratejik Araştırma Kurumu, 2011)
      Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been one of the main issues of the Middle Eastern political agenda. The Israeli-Palestinian issue is a complex matter as it comprises of many disputed issues. The status of Jerusalem, ...
    • JFGI: from distributed cognition to distributed reliabilism 

      Michaelian, K. (Wiley Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2014)
      While, prima facie, virtue/credit approaches in epistemology would appear to be in tension with distributed/extended approaches in cognitive science, Pritchard (2010) has recently argued that the tension here is only ...
    • Jihad-cum-Zionism-Leninism: overthrowing the world, German-style 

      McMeekin, S. (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011-06)
    • Jnk1 deficiency in hematopoietic cells suppresses macrophage apoptosis and increases atherosclerosis in low-density lipoprotein receptor null mice 

      Babaev, V. R.; Yeung, M.; Erbay, E.; Ding, L.; Zhang, Y.; May, J. M.; Fazio, S.; Hotamisligil, G. S.; Linton, M. F. (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2016)
      Objective - The c-Jun NH 2 -terminal kinases (JNK) are regulated by a wide variety of cellular stresses and have been implicated in apoptotic signaling. Macrophages express 2 JNK isoforms, JNK1 and JNK2, which may have ...
    • Job matching: a multi-principal, multi-agent model 

      Ichiishi, T.; Koray, S. (Springer, 2000)
      A version of Spence’s “job market” model is constructed and studied : There are two groups of individuals, the job applicants (the informed), and the incumbents (the uninformed). The applicants have private information ...
    • Job selection in heavily loaded shop 

      Ghosh, J. B. (Elsevier, 1997)
      Recently, Slotnick and Morton address a job selection problem in a heavily loaded shop, where a tradeoff is sought between the reward obtained when a job is accepted for processing and the lateness penalty incurred when ...
    • Job shop scheduling with beam search 

      Sabuncuoglu I.; Bayiz, M. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1999)
      Beam Search is a heuristic method for solving optimization problems. It is an adaptation of the branch and bound method in which only some nodes are evaluated in the search tree. At any level, only the promising nodes are ...
    • John Milner and the orthodox cause 

      Leighton, C. D. A. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
      The study deals with Bishop John Milner, the English Catholic polemicist and historian, closely involved in affairs relating to the efforts to obtain Catholic emancipation. It identifies Milner's most fundamental concerns, ...
    • John Milner, history and ultramontanism 

      Leighton, C. (Catholic Historical Society of Ireland, 2010)
    • Joint cell loading and scheduling approach to cellular manufacturing systems 

      Akturk, M. S. (Taylor & Francis, 2011-01-31)
      A hierarchical multi-objective heuristic algorithm and pricing mechanism are developed to first determine the cell loading decisions, and then lot sizes for each item and to obtain a sequence of items comprising the group ...