
Error Inhibiting Schemes for Initial Boundary Value Heat Equation
In this paper, we elaborate the analysis of some of the schemes which we...
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Confluence Modulo Equivalence with Invariants in Constraint Handling Rules
Confluence denotes the property of a state transition system that states...
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Cox's Theorem Revisited
The assumptions needed to prove Cox's Theorem are discussed and examined...
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The Benefit of Being NonLazy in Probabilistic λcalculus
We consider the probabilistic applicative bisimilarity (PAB), a coinduct...
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On WeisfeilerLeman Invariance: Subgraph Counts and Related Graph Properties
We investigate graph properties and parameters that are invariant under ...
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Kuhn's Equivalence Theorem for Games in Intrinsic Form
We state and prove Kuhn's equivalence theorem for a new representation o...
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On the WeisfeilerLeman Dimension of Fractional Packing
The kdimensional WeisfeilerLeman procedure (kWL), which colors ktupl...
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The Frisch–Waugh–Lovell Theorem for Standard Errors
The Frisch–Waugh–Lovell Theorem states the equivalence of the coefficients from the full and partial regressions. I further show the equivalence between various standard errors. Applying the new result to stratified experiments reveals the discrepancy between modelbased and designbased standard errors.
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