In this section, we prove that two notions of strong quasiconvexity and stability are equivalent in the right-angled Artin group AΓ (except for the case of finite index subgroups). We also characterize non-trivial strongly quasiconvex subgroups of i…

We develop a theory of strongly quasiconvex subgroups of an arbitrary finitely generated group. Strong quasiconvexity generalizes quasiconvexity in h…

Autonomous crop monitoring at high spatial and temporal resolution is a critical problem in precision agriculture. While Structure from Motion and Mu…

We apply our results to study the space Cnλ of invariant curvature measures, and the corresponding algebra Vnλ, on the complex space forms CPnλ.

A famous theorem of Weyl states that if $M$ is a compact submanifold of euclidean space, then the volumes of small tubes about $M$ are given by a pol…

Inverse reinforcement learning (IRL) is the problem of learning the preferences of an agent from the observations of its behavior on a task. While th…

The theory of special relativity derives from the Lorentz transformation. The Lorentz transformation implies differential simultaneity and light spee…

We study trisections of 4-manifolds obtained by spinning and twist-spinning 3-manifolds, and we show that, given a (suitable) Heegaard diagram for th…

We offer a survey of selected recent results on covariance estimation for heavy-tailed distributions. By unifying scattered ideas appeared in the lit…

Let X be a quasi-projective scheme of pure dimension d a field k. Let Xsing denote the non-smooth locus of X. The classical Chow’s Moving Lemma [Rob] and its generalization ([Con], II.9, assuming k algebraically closed) immediately imply the followi…

Let K be the field of fractions of a Henselian discrete valuation ring O_K. Let X_K/K be a smooth proper geometrically connected scheme admitting a r…

Identifying homogeneous subgroups of variables can be challenging in high dimensional data analysis with highly correlated predictors. We propose a n…

We have investigated different graph models and measures for ontology summarization. We believe that other directions to generate more reliable ontology summaries exist, and we are trying to address some of them to conclude our survey.

Ontologies have been widely used in numerous and varied applications, e.g., to support data modeling, information integration, and knowledge manageme…

Due to its low storage cost and fast query speed, hashing has been recognized to accomplish similarity search in large-scale multimedia retrieval app…

Probabilistic Graphical Models (PGM) are very useful in the fields of machine learning and data mining. The crucial limitation of those models,howeve…

Machine learning methods have gained a great deal of popularity in recent years among public administration scholars and practitioners. These techniq…

Multi-view time series classification aims to fuse the distinctive temporal information from different views to further enhance the classification pe…

Tensors are becoming prevalent in modern applications such as medical imaging and digital marketing. In this paper, we propose a sparse tensor additi…

NP-hard problems always have been attracting scientists' attentions, and most often seen in the emerging challenging issues. The most interesting NP-…

Malware detection has become a challenging task due to the increase in the number of malware families. Universal malware detection algorithms that ca…

We highly appreciate the valuable comments and suggestions from anonymous reviewers. We thank the members of Big Data Analytics Lab, University of Georgia, for providing fruitful discussions. We would also like to thank Dr. David Gu for his insightf…

Sufficient dimension reduction is used pervasively as a supervised dimension reduction approach. Most existing sufficient dimension reduction methods…

Tracking cell particles in 3D microscopy videos is a challenging task but is of great significance for modeling the motion of cells. Proper character…

The following proposition is a direct result of Propositions 5.6 and 5.7.

Using the work of Behrstock, Hagen, and Sisto on contact graphs for $CAT(0)$ cubical groups, we define loxodromic elements and purely loxodromic subg…

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