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- 1Birdsell, J.M.
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- 1Boston, Penelope J.
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While greedy best-first search (GBFS) is a popular algorithm for solving automated planning tasks, it can exhibit poor performance if the heuristic in use mistakenly identifies a region of the search space as promising. In such cases, the way the algorithm greedily trusts the heuristic can cause...
Background: The context of healthcare organizations such as hospitals is increasingly accepted as having the potential to influence the use of new knowledge. However, the mechanisms by which the organizational context influences evidence-based practices are not well understood. Current measures...
Movement and settlement patterns of animal offspring, along with the costs of occupying familiar and unfamiliar habitats, have been inferred frequently, but rarely have they been documented directly. To obtain such information, we monitored the individual fates of 205 (94%) of the 219 offspring...
We report on a reticulated filament found in modern and fossil cave samples that cannot be correlated to any known microorganism or organism part. These filaments were found in moist environments in five limestone caves (four in New Mexico, U.S.A., one in Tabasco, Mexico), and a basalt lava tube...
How can the principles and concepts applied by visual communication designers be used to assist in exploring and understanding the massive, complex volumes of data now available to Digital Humanities researchers? One method we might employ to help us more easily comprehend the implications of...