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    • Object localization using a biosonar beam 

      Arditi, G.; Weiss, A.J.; Yovel, Y. (The Royal Society, 2015)
      Determining the location of a sound source is crucial for survival. Both predators and prey usually produce sound while moving, revealing valuable information about their presence and location. Animals have thus evolved ...
    • Omura’s whales off northwest Madagascar 

      Cerchio, Salvatore; Andrianantenaina, Boris; Lindsay, Alec (2015)
      The Omura’s whale (Balaenoptera omurai)was describedas a new species in 2003 and then soon after as an ancient lineage basal to a Bryde’s/sei whale clade. Currently known only from whaling and stranding specimens primarily ...
    • On alternative wavelet reconstruction formula: a case study of approximate wavelets 

      Lebedeva, Elena A.; Postnikov, Eugene B. (The Royal Society, 2014)
      The application of the continuous wavelet transform to the study of a wide class of physical processes with oscillatory dynamics is restricted by large central frequencies owing to the admissibility condition. We propose ...
    • On the convergence and accuracy of the cardiovascular intrinsic frequencymethod 

      Tavallali, Peyman (2015)
      In this paper, we analyse the convergence, accuracy and stability of the intrinsic frequency (IF) method. The IF method is a descendant of the sparse time frequency representation methods. These methods are designed for ...
    • On the Helmert blocking technique 

      Rio, Eduardo Del; Oliveira, Leonardo (2015)
      The Helmert-blocking technique is a common approach to adjust large geodetic networks like Europeans and Brazilians. The technique is based upon a division of the network into partial networks called blocks. This way, the ...
    • On themodularity of certain functions from the Gromov–Witten theory of elliptic orbifolds 

      Bringmann, Kathrin; Rolen, Larry; Zwegers, Sander (2015)
      In this paper, we study modularity of several functions which naturally arose in a recent paper of Lau and Zhou on open Gromov–Witten potentials of elliptic orbifolds. They derived a number of examples of indefinite theta ...
    • Only accessible information is useful 

      Tikhonov, Mikhail; Little, Shawn C.; Gregor, Thomas (2015)
      Information theory is gaining popularity as a tool to characterize performance of biological systems. However, information is commonly quantified without reference to whether or how a system could extract and use it as a ...
    • Open Access 

      Suber, Peter (2012)
      In this concise introduction, Peter Suber tells us what open access is and is not, how it benefits authors and readers of research, how we pay for it, how it avoids copyright problems, how it has moved from the periphery ...
    • Open Data Structures: An Introduction 

      Morin, Pat; Morin, Pat (Au Press, Athabasca University, 2013)
      Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. Array-Based Lists. Chapter 3. Linked Lists. Chapter 4. Skiplists. Chapter 5. Hash Tables. Chapter 6. Binary Trees. Chapter 7. Random Binary Search Trees. Chapter 8. Scapegoat Trees. ...
    • Open Data Structures: An Introduction 

      Morin, Pat (Au Press, 2013)
      Offered as an introduction to the field of data structures and algorithms, Open Data Structures covers the implementation and analysis of data structures for sequences (lists), queues, priority queues, unordered dictionaries, ...
    • Open Educational Resources: Policy, Costs and Transformation 

      Miao, Fengchun; Mishra, Sanjaya; McGreal, Rory (UNESCO, 2016)
      This book examines specific OER implementations through different lenses. The various chapters illuminate OER not from a theoretical perspective, but from rich case studies of OER as they are unfolding in different regions. ...
    • Open Now: The USask Open Textbook Authoring Guide 

      Distance Education Unit (Open Press DEU, 2016)
      This book is a practical guide to adapting or creating open textbooks using the Pressbooks online publishing platform. It is continually evolving as new information, practices and processes are developed. The primary ...
    • Open research practices 

      D. V. M. Bishop (2016)
      The Peer Reviewers’ Openness Initiative (PROI) is a move to enlist reviewers in the promotion of data-sharing. In this commentary, I discuss objections that can be raised, first to the specific proposals in the PROI, and ...
    • OpenIntro Statistics 

      Barr,Christopher; Diez, David M; Rundel, Cetinkaya (Opentextbookstore, 2016)
      The OpenIntro project was founded in 2009 to improve the quality and availability of education by producing exceptional books and teaching tools that are free to use and easy to modify. The inaugural effort is OpenIntro ...
    • OpenOffice.org 3 Impress Guide 

      Belzunce, Agnes; Fox, Martin J; Belzunce, Agnes; Fox, Martin J (OOOAuthor, 2009)
      Impress is OpenOffice.org’s presentations (slide show) component. You can create slides that contain many different elements, including text, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, charts, clip art, and a wide range of graphic ...
    • OpenOffice.org 3.3 writer guide - Word Processing with OpenOffice.org 3.3 

      Weber, Jean Hollis; Adielsson, Magnus; Byfield, Bruce; Weber, Jean Hollis; Adielsson, Magnus; Byfield, Bruce (OOOAuthor, 2010)
      Writer is the word processor component of OpenOffice.org (OOo). It provides the usual features of a word processor: enter and edit text, spelling check, thesaurus, hyphenation, autocorrect, find and replace, automatic ...
    • OpenOffice.org Base Macro Programming By Andrew Pitonyak 

      Pitonyak, Andrew; Pitonyak, Andrew (2009)
      I find it difficult to properly credit all of my sources, because so many people are helpful in an en devour of this size. There are, however, a few people who do indeed stand out in my mind as having provided significant ...
    • OpenStack Installation Guide for Ubuntu 14.04 

      Kilo; Kilo (2016)
      The OpenStack® system consists of several key projects that you install separately. These projects work to-gether depending on your cloud needs. These projects include Compute, Identity Service, Networking, Im-age Service, ...
    • Operating Systems and Middleware: Supporting Controlled Interaction 

      Hailperin, Max; Hailperin, Max (Gustavus Adolphus College, 2011)
      Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Threads. Chapter 3: Scheduling. Chapter 4: Synchronization and Deadlocks. Chapter 5: Atomic Transactions. Chapter 6: Virtual Memory. Chapter 7: Processes and Protection. Chapter 8: Files ...
    • Opsin transcripts of predatory diving beetles 

      Tierney, Simon M.; Cooper, Steven J.B.; Saint, Kathleen M. (2015)
      The regressive evolution of eyes has long intrigued biologists yet the genetic underpinnings remain opaque. A system of discrete aquifers in arid Australia provides a powerful comparative means to explore trait regression ...