In the social science disciplines, the assumption that the data stem from a single homogeneous population is often unrealistic in respect of empirical research. When applying a causal modeling approach, such as partial ...
A basic question regarding quantum entangled states is whether one can be probabilistically converted to another through local operations and classical communication exclusively. While the answer for bipartite systems is ...
This paper formally analyses two exotic options with lookback features, referred to as extreme spread lookback options and look-barrier options, first introduced by Bermin. The holder of such options receives partial ...
We prove that the states secretly chosen from a mixed state set can be perfectly discriminated if and only if they are orthogonal. The sufficient and necessary condition under which nonorthogonal mixed quantum states can ...
In this paper, we consider the problem of unambiguous discrimination between a set of mixed quantum states. We first divide the density matrix of each mixed state into two parts by the fact that it comes from ensemble of ...
Datta, Nilanjana; Hsieh, Min-Hsiu(American Institute of Physics, 2010)
We consider the scenario in which Alice transmits private classical messages to Bob via a classical-quantum channel, part of whose output is intercepted by an eavesdropper Eve. We prove the existence of a universal coding ...
Despite the idiosyncratic behavior of individuals, empirical regularities exist in social and economic systems. These regularities often arise from simple underlying mechanisms which, analogous to the natural sciences, can ...
This study proposed on applying the Association Rule to the corporate maintenance center database, to investigate common dysfunctions associated with proper product using the products as instructed, so as to alter product ...
Partner selection is an important issue in the supply chain management. Since environment protection has been of concern to public in recent years, and the traditional supplier selection did not consider about this factor; ...
This article continues our exploration of the utility of gambling, but here under the assumption of a non-additive but p(olynomial)-additive representation of joint receipt. That assumption causes the utility of gambling ...
We analyze trading in a model in which the agents and their preferences are the same as in the main models of matching and bargaining, but in which trade is centralized rather than decentralized. We characterize equilibrium ...
This paper demonstrates how both the quantitative and qualitative results of a general, analytically tractable asset-pricing model in which heterogeneous agents behave consistently with a constant relative risk-aversion ...
There are many Fibonacci identities to be found in short informal articles in the early editions of The Fibonacci Quarterly. See, for example, (1) and (2). The aim of the authoprs was to gather Fibonacci identities from ...