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Author Zhao, L.; Elbaum, S. openurl 
  Title A Survey On Quality Related Activities in Open Source Type Journal Article
  Year 2000 Publication Software Engineering Notes Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 25 Issue 3 Pages 54-57  
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  Title A Comparison of Three Occams Razors for Markovian Causal Models Type Journal Article
  Year 2013 Publication The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 64 Issue 2 Pages 423-448  
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  Abstract The framework of causal Bayes nets, currently influential in several scientific disciplines, provides a rich formalism to study the connection between causality and probability from an epistemological perspective. This article compares three assumptions in the literature that seem to constrain the connection between causality and probability in the style of Occams razor. The trio includes two minimality assumptions–one formulated by Spirtes, Glymour, and Scheines (SGS) and the other due to Pearl–and the more well-known faithfulness or stability assumption. In terms of logical strength, it is fairly obvious that the three form a sequence of increasingly stronger assumptions. The focus of this article, however, is to investigate the nature of their relative strength. The comparative analysis reveals an important sense in which Pearls minimality assumption is as strong as the faithfulness assumption and identifies a useful condition under which it is as safe as SGSs relatively secure minimality assumption. Both findings have notable implications for the theory and practice of causal inference. 1 Introduction 2 Background: Inference of Causal Structure in Markovian Causal Models 3 Three Assumptions of Simplicity 4 A Comparison of P-minimality and Faithfulness 5 A Comparison of P-minimality and SGS-minimality 6 Methodological Formulations and Prior Knowledge of Causal Order 7 Conclusion  
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  ISSN 0007-0882, 1464-3537 ISBN Medium  
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  Call Number (down) refbase @ user @ zhang_comparison_2013 Serial 15111  
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Author Zhang, B.; Zhang, J.; Hua, M.; Wan, Q.; Su, Z.; Tan, X.; Liu, L.; Zhang, F.; Chen, G.; Tan, D.; Cheng, X.; Han, B.; Zheng, L.; Mo, G. openurl 
  Title Highly Electrocatalytic Ethylene Production from CO 2 on Nanodefective Cu Nanosheets Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Journal of the American Chemical Society Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 142 Issue 31 Pages 13606-13613  
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  ISSN 0002-7863, 1520-5126 ISBN Medium  
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  Call Number (down) refbase @ user @ zhangHighlyElectrocatalyticEthylene2020 Serial 17735  
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Author Zhang, T.; Peng, Q. doi  openurl
  Title Shape distribution-based 3D shape retrieval methods: Review and evaluation Type Journal Article
  Year 2009 Publication Computer-Aided Design and Applications Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 6 Issue 5 Pages 721-735  
  Keywords Image retrieval;Industrial applications;Industrial research;Product design;Search engines;Self organizing maps;Three dimensional computer graphics;  
  Abstract Three-dimensional (3D) models are basis of modern digital manufacturing systems. It has attracted much attention in research and industrial applications to build 3D product models efficiently and cost-effectively. One of promising developments is product models reusing through sharing. The efficient retrieval of 3D product shapes can speed up 3D modeling for product design and manufacturing but it remains a technical challenge to search for similar 3D models or parts in a model set. Traditional text-based search engines fail in 3D model searching as the lack of detailed descriptions. This paper reviews current research and development in shape distribution-based 3D model retrieval methods. The methods are evaluated by the comparison of their efficiency and accuracy using examples. The further research is proposed based on solutions found. © 2009 CAD Solutions, LLC.  
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  Publisher Place of Publication P. O. Box 48693, Tampa, FL 33647-0123, United States Editor  
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  Notes 3-d modeling;3D model retrieval methods;3D models;3D shape retrieval;Content-based;Digital manufacturing systems;Model set;Product models;Research and development;Shape distribution;Speed-ups;Technical challenges;Three-dimensional (3D) model; Approved no  
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Author Zhang, L.; Huang, X.; Kim, Y.J.; Manocha, D. doi  openurl
  Title D-plan: Efficient collision-free path computation for part removal and disassembly Type Journal Article
  Year 2008 Publication Computer-Aided Design and Applications Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 5 Issue 6 Pages 774-786  
  Keywords Computer aided design;Maintainability;Motion planning;Navigation;  
  Abstract We present a novel approach to compute a collision-free path for part disassembly simulation and virtual prototyping of part removal. Our algorithm is based on sample-based motion planning that connects collision-free samples in the configuration space using local planning. In order to effectively handle the tight-fitting scenarios, we describe techniques to generate samples in narrow passages and efficient local planning algorithms to connect them with collision-free paths. Our approach is general and makes no assumption about model connectivity or object topology, and can handle polygon soup models that frequently arise in CAD applications. We highlight the performance on many challenging benchmarks including the Alpha puzzle, maintainability of the windscreen wiper motion, and disassembly of a seat from the interior of a car body. © 2008 CAD Solutions, LLC.  
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  Notes CAD applications;Car bodies;Collision-free paths;Configuration space;Disassembly planning;Local planning;Object topology;Polygon soup;Virtual prototyping; Approved no  
  Call Number (down) refbase @ user @ Zhang2008 Serial 11973  
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