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||Code Supplement for "The Optimal Hard Threshold for Singular Values is 4/\sqrt(3)"
||Digital Appendix to Chandramohan, R., Baker, J. W., & Deierlein, G. G. (2014). Quantifying the influence of ground motion duration on structural collapse capacity using spectrally equivalent records. Earthquake Spectra.
||Code and Data Deposition for:
The Phase Transition of Matrix Recovery from Gaussian
Measurements Matches the Minimax MSE of Matrix Denoising.
||Code and data supplement for "Perceived depth in natural images reflects encoding of low-level luminance statistics"
||Cooper, Emily A.
||Decoupling choice bias from perceptual sensitivity in multialternative detection tasks: Supporting Information (with Mathematical Appendix)
||High angular resolution diffusion MRI.
||Code and Data supplement to "Deterministic Matrices Matching the Compressed Sensing Phase Transitions of Gaussian Random Matrices."
||Data Supplement for "The Slave Market in Rio de Janeiro: Movement, Context, and Social Experience."
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