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    1. Gultyaev, AP; van Batenburg, FHD; Pleij, CWA
      Selective pressures on RNA hairpins in vivo and in vitro

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    2. Triantafillidis, I; Guy, CG
      Random-walk-based characterisation of multiple access interference in a DS/SSMA system

      IEE PROCEEDINGS-COMMUNICATIONS
    3. Nguyen, HH; Shwedyk, E
      On error probabilities of DS-CDMA systems with arbitrary chip waveforms

      IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS
    4. Taguchi, H; Ueno, T; Tadakuma, H; Yoshida, M; Funatsu, T
      Single-molecule observation of protein-protein interactions in the chaperonin system

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Pargellis, AN
      Digital life behavior in the Amoeba world

      ARTIFICIAL LIFE
    6. Saito, M; Yamazato, T; Katayama, M; Ogawa, A
      Throughput performance of CDMA slotted ALOHA systems based on average packet success probability considering bit-to-bit dependence

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES
    7. Qiu, YL; Lee, J; Whitlock, BA; Bernasconi-Quadroni, F; Dombrovska, O
      Was the ANITA rooting of the angiosperm phylogeny affected by long-branch attraction?

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    8. Tang, K; Siegel, PH; Milstein, LB
      A comparison of long versus short spreading sequences in coded asynchronous DS-CDMA systems

      IEEE JOURNAL ON SELECTED AREAS IN COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Mori, M
      Pseudo random sequences generated by piecewise linear maps from the view point of dynamical system

      MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION
    10. Bhat, CR
      Quasi-random maximum simulated likelihood estimation of the mixed multinomial logit model

      TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B-METHODOLOGICAL
    11. Stokes, JW; Ritcey, JA
      Performance analysis of DS/CDMA systems with shadowing and flat fading

      SIGNAL PROCESSING
    12. Kim, KT; Kim, JH; Kim, ES
      Multiple information hiding technique using random sequence and Hadamard matrix

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    13. Grant, A; Schlegel, C
      Convergence of linear interference cancellation multiuser receivers

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS
    14. Lee, SJ; Kim, TS; Sung, DK
      Bit-error probabilities of multicode direct-sequence spread-spectrum multiple-access systems

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS
    15. Thomas, RM; Vrijbloed, JW; Luisi, PL
      Towards random polypeptide synthesis

      CHIMIA
    16. He, J; Yao, X
      Drift analysis and average time complexity of evolutionary algorithms

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    17. Heuer, H; Klein, W
      Eccentric head positions bias random generation of leftward and rightward handle-bar rotations

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    18. Reinert, G; Schbath, S; Waterman, MS
      Probabilistic and statistical properties of words: An overview

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
    19. Titenko, IM
      An approach to evaluation of hierarchical systems performance

      CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
    20. Judge, G; Takawira, F
      Spread-spectrum CDMA packet radio MAC protocol using channel overload detection and blocking

      WIRELESS NETWORKS
    21. Udaya, P; Siddiqi, MU
      Generalized GMW quadriphase sequences satisfying the Welch bound with equality

      APPLICABLE ALGEBRA IN ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTING
    22. Vandierendonck, A
      Analyzing human random time generation behavior: A methodology and a computer program

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    23. Amaldoss, W; Meyer, RJ; Raju, JS; Rapoport, A
      Collaborating to compete

      MARKETING SCIENCE
    24. Vandierendonck, A
      Is judgment of random time intervals biased and capacity-limited?

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    25. Shinba, T; Shinozaki, T; Kariya, N; Ebata, K
      Random number generation deficit in schizophrenia characterized by oral vswritten response modes

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    26. Takeshita, OY; Costello, DJ
      New deterministic interleaver designs for turbo codes

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY
    27. Tse, DNC; Zeitouni, O
      Linear multiuser receivers in random environments

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY
    28. Bensmaia, SJ; Hollins, M
      Complex tactile waveform discrimination

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    29. Schmitt, T; Lehman, N
      Non-unity molecular heritability demonstrated by continuous evolution in vitro

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    30. Schmidt, FJ
      Ribozymes - Why so many, why so few?

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    31. Lutz, JH; Schweizer, DL
      Feasible reductions to Kolmogorov-Loveland stochastic sequences

      THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
    32. Tou, J; Yip, P; Leung, H
      Spread-spectrum signals and the chaotic logistic map

      CIRCUITS SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
    33. Towse, JN; Mclachlan, A
      An exploration of random generation among children

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    34. James, KD; Ellington, AD
      The fidelity of template-directed oligonucleotide ligation and the inevitability of polymerase function

      ORIGINS OF LIFE AND EVOLUTION OF THE BIOSPHERE
    35. Zhang, Q; Wong, TF; Lehnert, JS
      Performance of a type-II hybrid ARQ protocol in slotted DS-SSMA packet radio systems

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS
    36. Hashorva, E; Husler, J
      Extreme values in FGM random sequences

      JOURNAL OF MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS
    37. Montare, A
      A reversed Turing Test of human random number generation

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    38. Ginsburg, N; Lesner, C
      Some conjectures about random numbers

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    39. Schultes, EA; Hraber, PT; LaBean, TH
      Estimating the contributions of selection and self-organization in RNA secondary structure

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    40. Tse, DNC; Hanly, SV
      Linear multiuser receivers: Effective interference, effective bandwidth and user capacity

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY
    41. Boche, H
      On the use of constrained beamformer for the improvement of the bit-error-rate of CDMA based Mobile Communications Systems

      FREQUENZ
    42. Kokolakis, I; Koukopoulos, S; Andreadis, I; Boutalis, Y
      Cellular automata-based noise generator

      JOURNAL OF THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE-ENGINEERING AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
    43. Doi, N; Yanagawa, H
      Design of generic biosensors based on green fluorescent proteins with allosteric sites by directed evolution

      FEBS LETTERS
    44. Tsuji, T; Kobayashi, K; Yanagawa, H
      Permutation of modules or secondary structure units creates proteins with basal enzymatic properties

      FEBS LETTERS
    45. PERERA R; GORG C; SCHREIBER F
      HIGHER-ORDER LOCAL CORRELATION OF OCCUPANCY OF THE QUEUES M M/1 AND M/M/1/N/

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    46. GALZITSKAYA OV; FINKELSTEIN AV
      FOLDING RATE DEPENDENCE ON THE CHAIN-LENGTH FOR RNA-LIKE HETEROPOLYMERS

      Folding & design
    47. Vandierendonck, A; De Vooght, G; Van der Goten, K
      Does random time interval generation interfere with working memory executive functions?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    48. Schoen, F
      Random and quasi-random linkage methods in global optimization

      JOURNAL OF GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION
    49. Towse, JN; Neil, D
      Analyzing human random generation behavior: A review of methods used and acomputer program for describing performance

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    50. MUCHNIK AA; SEMENOV AL; USPENSKY VA
      MATHEMATICAL METAPHYSICS OF RANDOMNESS

      Theoretical computer science
    51. DEGRAAF PW; LEHNERT JS
      PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF A SLOTTED ALOHA DS SSMA NETWORK AND A MULTICHANNEL NARROW-BAND SLOTTED ALOHA NETWORK/

      IEEE transactions on communications
    52. Petrov, VV
      Almost sure behaviour of some random sequences

      STUDIA SCIENTIARUM MATHEMATICARUM HUNGARICA
    53. Zhenodarova, SM; Klyagina, VP
      New classes of ribozymes obtained by in vitro selection: RNA ligases

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    54. DELPRETE Z; GRIGG P
      RESPONSES OF RAPIDLY ADAPTING AFFERENT NEURONS TO DYNAMIC STRETCH OF RAT HAIRY SKIN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    55. LOK TM; LEHNERT JS
      AN ASYMPTOTIC ANALYSIS FOR DS SSMA COMMUNICATION-SYSTEMS WITH GENERALLINEAR MODULATION AND ERROR CONTROL CODING/

      IEEE transactions on information theory
    56. Grant, AJ; Alexander, PD
      Random sequence multisets for synchronous code-division multiple-access channels

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY
    57. LANDWEBER LF; SIMON PJ; WAGNER TA
      RIBOZYME ENGINEERING AND EARLY EVOLUTION

      Bioscience
    58. GALZITSKAYA OV
      GEOMETRICAL FACTOR AND PHYSICAL REASONS FOR ITS INFLUENCE ON THE KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF RNA-LIKE HETEROPOLYMERS

      Folding & design
    59. KIKUTA T; SASAMORI F; TAKAHATA F
      APPROXIMATION METHOD FOR DERIVING TRANSMISSION EFFICIENCY IN DIRECT-SEQUENCE SPREAD ALOHA COMMUNICATIONS-SYSTEM USING A UNIFIED SPREAD CODE

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    60. DIFONZO N; BORDIA P
      RUMOR AND PREDICTION - MAKING SENSE (BUT LOSING DOLLARS) IN THE STOCK-MARKET

      Organizational behavior and human decision processes
    61. BENLETAIEF K
      EFFICIENT EVALUATION OF THE ERROR PROBABILITIES OF SPREAD-SPECTRUM MULTIPLE-ACCESS COMMUNICATIONS

      IEEE transactions on communications
    62. BIGLOO AMY; GULLIVER TA; BHARGAVA VK
      MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD DECODING AND CODE COMBINING FOR DS SSMA SLOTTED ALOHA/

      IEEE transactions on communications
    63. LADOUCEUR R; DUBE D
      MONETARY INCENTIVE AND ERRONEOUS PERCEPTIONS IN AMERICAN ROULETTE

      Psychology
    64. RAPOPORT A; BUDESCU DV
      RANDOMIZATION IN INDIVIDUAL CHOICE BEHAVIOR

      Psychological review
    65. FALK R; KONOLD C
      MAKING SENSE OF RANDOMNESS - IMPLICIT ENCODING AS A BASIS FOR JUDGMENT

      Psychological review
    66. SASAMORI F; TAKAHATA F
      TRANSMISSION EFFICIENCY OF SPREAD ALOHA SYSTEM USING UNIFIED SPREAD-SPECTRUM CODE

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 1, Communications
    67. SCHREIBER F; GORG C
      STOCHASTIC SIMULATION - A SIMPLIFIED LRE-ALGORITHM FOR DISCRETE RANDOM SEQUENCES

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    68. SCHWIENHORST A; SCHOBER A; GUNTHER R; STADLER PF
      HAMMING CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Molecular diversity
    69. SOBOL IM; TUTUNNIKOV AV
      A VARIANCE REDUCING MULTIPLIER FOR MONTE-CARLO INTEGRATIONS

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    70. PELIGRAD M
      ON THE ASYMPTOTIC NORMALITY OF SEQUENCES OF WEAK DEPENDENT RANDOM-VARIABLES

      Journal of theoretical probability
    71. JORAM E; READ D
      2 FACES OF REPRESENTATIVENESS - THE EFFECTS OF RESPONSE FORMAT ON BELIEFS ABOUT RANDOM SAMPLING

      Journal of behavioral decision making
    72. BRAND AE; AGHVAMI AH
      PERFORMANCE OF A JOINT CDMA PRMA PROTOCOL FOR MIXED VOICE/DATA TRANSMISSION FOR 3RD GENERATION MOBILE COMMUNICATION/

      IEEE journal on selected areas in communications
    73. BUEHRER RM; KAUL A; STRIGLIS S; WOERNER BD
      ANALYSIS OF DS-CDMA PARALLEL INTERFERENCE CANCELLATION WITH PHASE ANDTIMING ERRORS

      IEEE journal on selected areas in communications
    74. CAMERON R; WOERNER B
      PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF CDMA WITH IMPERFECT POWER-CONTROL

      IEEE transactions on communications
    75. WONG AKC; CHAN SC; CHIU DKY
      PATTERN DETECTION IN BIOMOLECULES USING SYNTHESIZED RANDOM SEQUENCE

      Pattern recognition
    76. PINCUS S; SINGER BH
      RANDOMNESS AND DEGREES OF IRREGULARITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. JOY C; BOYLE PP; TAN KS
      QUASI-MONTE CARLO METHODS IN NUMERICAL FINANCE

      Management science
    78. TOMBERG C; DESMEDT JE
      NON-AVERAGED HUMAN BRAIN POTENTIALS IN SOMATIC ATTENTION - THE SHORT-LATENCY COGNITION-RELATED P-40 COMPONENT

      Journal of physiology
    79. LARREAARRIETA J; OFARRELL T; TAIT DJ
      ADAPTIVE ERROR CONTROL FOR BROADCAST DS SSMA PACKET RADIO NETWORKS/

      Electronics Letters
    80. SCHMUCK P; WOBKENBLACHNIK H
      BEHAVIORAL FLEXIBILITY AND WORKING-MEMORY

      Diagnostica
    81. TRABELSI C; YONGACOGLU A
      BIT-ERROR-RATE PERFORMANCE FOR ASYNCHRONOUS DS-CDMA OVER MULTIPATH-FADING CHANNELS

      IEE proceedings. Communications
    82. FINKELSTEIN AV; BADRETDINOV AY; GUTIN AM
      WHY DO PROTEIN ARCHITECTURES HAVE BOLTZMANN-LIKE STATISTICS

      Proteins
    83. TOMBERG C
      NEW APPLICATION OF THE Z-ESTIMATOR TO IDENTIFY THE COGNITIVE P300 IN NON-AVERAGED HUMAN BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Neuroscience letters
    84. GALZITSKAYA OV; FINKELSTEIN AV
      FOLDING OF CHAINS WITH RANDOM AND EDITED SEQUENCES - SIMILARITIES ANDDIFFERENCES

      Protein engineering
    85. SOBOL IM; SHUKHMAN BV
      INTEGRATION WITH QUASI-RANDOM SEQUENCES - NUMERICAL EXPERIENCE

      International journal of modern physics C
    86. CRESPO PM; HONIG ML; SALEHI JA
      SPREAD-TIME CODE-DIVISION MULTIPLE-ACCESS

      IEEE transactions on communications
    87. WANG JZ; MILSTEIN LB
      CDMA OVERLAY SITUATIONS FOR MICROCELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

      IEEE transactions on communications
    88. WOERNER BD; STARK WE
      IMPROVED UPPER-BOUNDS ON THE PACKET ERROR-PROBABILITY OF SLOTTED AND UNSLOTTED DS SS SYSTEMS/

      IEEE transactions on communications
    89. KAREEV Y
      POSITIVE BIAS IN THE PERCEPTION OF COVARIATION

      Psychological review
    90. CHAPANIS A
      HUMAN PRODUCTION OF RANDOM NUMBERS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    91. HOMMA T; SALTELLI A
      USE OF SOBOL QUASI-RANDOM SEQUENCE GENERATOR FOR INTEGRATION OF MODIFIED UNCERTAINTY IMPORTANCE MEASURE

      Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology
    92. LI VOK; QIU XX
      PERSONAL COMMUNICATION-SYSTEMS (PCS)

      Proceedings of the IEEE
    93. BUDESCU DV; RAPOPORT A
      SUBJECTIVE RANDOMIZATION IN 1-PERSON AND 2-PERSON GAMES

      Journal of behavioral decision making
    94. WANG GY; QIAO Z
      CONVERGENCE OF SEQUENCES OF FUZZY RANDOM-VARIABLES AND ITS APPLICATION

      Fuzzy sets and systems
    95. BRATLEY P; FOX BL; NIEDERREITER H
      ALGORITHM-738 - PROGRAMS TO GENERATE NIEDERREITERS LOW-DISCREPANCY SEQUENCES

      ACM transactions on mathematical software
    96. SCHUSTER P; STADLER PF
      LANDSCAPES - COMPLEX OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS AND BIOPOLYMER STRUCTURES

      Computers & chemistry
    97. AKINNIYI AR; LEHNERT JS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NONCOHERENT SPREAD-SPECTRUM MULTIPLE-ACCESS COMMUNICATIONS

      IEEE transactions on communications
    98. GERSTEIN M; SONNHAMMER ELL; CHOTHIA C
      VOLUME CHANGES IN PROTEIN EVOLUTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    99. TRABELSI C; YONGACOGLU A
      A REDUCED COMPLEXITY DS-CDMA SYSTEM FOR PERSONAL COMMUNICATION-NETWORKS

      IEEE transactions on vehicular technology
    100. POLITIS DN
      MARKOV-CHAINS IN MANY DIMENSIONS

      Advances in Applied Probability


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