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1. Set Constraints for Local Search
Sammanfattning : Combinatorial problems are ubiquitous in our society and solving such problems efficiently is often crucial. One technique for solving combinatorial problems is constraint-based local search. Its compositional nature together with its efficiency on large problem instances have made this technique particularly attractive. LÄS MER
2. Contributions to Semantic Dependency Parsing : Search, Learning, and Application
Sammanfattning : Semantic dependency parsing is the task of mapping natural language sentences into representations of their meaning in the form of directed graphs on words. These bilexical graphs are designed to capture the sentence-internal predicate-argument relationships – they tell us “who did what to whom” in the given sentence. LÄS MER
3. In search of a biosensor for DNT detection : Studies of inducer response and specificity of DntR
Sammanfattning : The primary aim of the work presented in this thesis was to change the inducer specificity of the DntR protein in order to improve the response to DNT. The long-term goal is to use this protein in a biosensor for DNT, a signature compound for detection of the explosive TNT. LÄS MER
4. Essays on Macroeconomics and Political Economy
Sammanfattning : This thesis consists of three self-contained essays dealing with different aspects of macroeconomics and political Economy.The Relative Price of Investment Goods and Sectoral Contract DependenceI develop a quantitative model to explain the relationship between TFPs at the aggregate and sector levels and contracting institutions across countries. LÄS MER
5. ICONStraint : a dependency directed constraint maintenance system
Sammanfattning : Problem solving involves search. In AI we try to find ways of avoiding or minimizing search. An effective approach is to exploit knowledge of the problem domain. Such knowledge often takes the form of a set of constraints. LÄS MER