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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nimrod Marom;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752), EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752)

    S1 = archaeozoological database of the faunal remains from Nahal Rahaf 2 S2 = osteometric data on the faunal remains from Nahal Rahaf 2, measurements follow von den Driesch (1976) S3 = skeletal element representation data S4 = comparable UP sites.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nimrod Marom;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752), EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752)

    For pika, we collected the coordinates of 35 find spots of recent and sub-recent O. rufescens (��erm��k et al. 2006; Khaki-Saneh 2014), a set of rasters representing current (1979 - 2013) climate based on standard 19 bioclim variables at 10-min resolution (Anthropocene, v1.2b: https://chelsa-climate.org/). These data were used to construct a Maximum Entropy model for the current distribution of the Afghan pika using the ���maxnet��� package (Phillips 2021) in R (version 4.0.2). Other libraries used include ���terra��� (Hijman 2021) and ���modEvA��� (Barbosa et al. 2013). The model provided a list of variables that parsimoniously predict suitable environments for the Afghan pika, and also a projection of the probability of finding suitable habitats, as defined by the bioclimatic variables, in geographical space under present-day conditions. The values of the selected model bioclimatic variables at the present find spots were compared with the same values for Oumm Qatafa to examine its present climatic suitability as a habitat for pikas. Barbosa, A.M., Real, R., Munoz, A.R. & Brown, J.A. (2013). New measures for assessing model equilibrium and prediction mismatch in species distribution models. Diversity and Distributions, 19(10), 1333-1338. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ddi.12100. ��erm��k, S., Obuch, S., Benda, P. (2006). Notes on the genus Ochotona in the Middle East (Lagomorpha: Ochotonidae). Lynx (Praha) 37, 51���66. Hijmans, R.J. (2021). terra: Spatial Data Analysis. R package version 1.5-8. https://rspatial.org/terra/ Khaki Sahneh, S., Nouri, Z., Alizadeh Shabani, A., Dehdar Dargahi, M. (2014). A review on habitats selection by Afghan Pika (Ochotona rufescens), case study: the Lashgardar protected area in Hamadan Province. Journal on New Biological Reports 3(3), 186���199. Phillips, S. (2021). maxnet: Fitting 'Maxent' Species Distribution Models with 'glmnet'. R package version 0.1.4. https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=maxnet. Changed from a MIAmaxent to a maxnet model for a rarified raster stack, and added some model quality estimations.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022 . Embargo End Date: 01 Jan 2022
    Authors: 
    Con, Roni; Shpilka, Amir; Tamo, Itzhak;
    Publisher: arXiv
    Project: EC | InfoNet (852953)

    In this work, we study linear error-correcting codes against adversarial insertion-deletion (insdel) errors, a topic that has recently gained a lot of attention. We construct linear codes over $\mathbb{F}_q$, for $q=\text{poly}(1/\varepsilon)$, that can efficiently decode from a $δ$ fraction of insdel errors and have rate $(1-4δ)/8-\varepsilon$. We also show that by allowing codes over $\mathbb{F}_{q^2}$ that are linear over $\mathbb{F}_q$, we can improve the rate to $(1-δ)/4-\varepsilon$ while not sacrificing efficiency. Using this latter result, we construct fully linear codes over $\mathbb{F}_2$ that can efficiently correct up to $δ< 1/54$ fraction of deletions and have rate $R = (1-54\cdot δ)/1216$. Cheng, Guruswami, Haeupler, and Li [CGHL21] constructed codes with (extremely small) rates bounded away from zero that can correct up to a $δ< 1/400$ fraction of insdel errors. They also posed the problem of constructing linear codes that get close to the half-Singleton bound (proved in [CGHL21]) over small fields. Thus, our results significantly improve their construction and get much closer to the bound.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    K`, Hari Govind V; Shoham, Sharon; Gurfinkel, Arie;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | SVIS (759102), EC | SVIS (759102)

    The artifact contains instructions to reproduce the experimental results presented in the paper.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nimrod Marom;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752), EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752)

    geomtric morphometric analysis of a Canid lower dp4 from Oumm Qatafa (OQ-75). See OQ_dp4.nb.html for details.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bian, Tong; Gardin, Andrea; Gemen, Julius; Houben, Lothar; Perego, Claudio; Lee, Byeongdu; Elad, Nadav; Chu, Zonglin; Pavan, M. Giovanni; Klajn, Rafal;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | LifeLikeMat (820008), EC | DYNAPOL (818776)

    This repository contains the set of data shown in the paper "Electrostatic co-assembly of nanoparticles with oppositely charged small molecules into static and dynamic superstructures", published on Nature Chemistry (DOI: 10.1038/s41557-021-00752-9). The files in the folders are organized as follow: AA_models/ : contains all the files needed to run the Atomistic simulations discussed in the paper (including the topologies and starting configurations). CG_models/ : contains all the files needed to run the Coarse Grained simulations discussed in the paper (including the topologies and starting configurations). citrate_analysis/ : contains all the files needed to reproduce the analysis of the CV and SOAP+PCA+PAMM (including input files and python scripts). Additional details are available in the methods section and in the Supporting Information of the main paper.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nimrod Marom; Ignacio A Lazagabaster;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752), EC | DEADSEA_ECO (802752)

    Lophiomys maxillary M1 GMM code and datafiles associated with the manuscript Rare rodent subfossils unveil Late Pleistocene Afro-Eurasian ecological corridors by Ignacio A. Lazagabaster, Valentina Rovelli, Pierre-Henri Fabre, Roi Porat, Micka Ullman, Uri Davidovich, Tal Lavi, Amir Ganor, Eitan Klein, Keren Weiss, Perach Nuriel, Meirav Meiri, Nimrod Marom Includes annotation JPG, slider file, TPS file, and specimen info along with the code in R. See the M1_gmm.nb.html for software version information.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Alberstein, Michal; Rosen, Dana;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | JCR (647943), EC | JCR (647943)

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Alberstein, Michal; Rosen, Dana;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | JCR (647943), EC | JCR (647943)

    The civil database includes data from a representative sample of 443 cases tried in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court. The civil cases were filed between January 2010 and December 2011 and disposed of between February 2010 and November 2018. The database contains 216 variables. Among them: type of proceeding (regular, fast, or abbreviated), lawsuit characteristics, length of proceedings, number of hearings, type of plaintiff and defendant, judicial procedural involvement, court settlement promotion, and disposition mode. Manner of Mention: Rosen, Dana. 2020. Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court Civil Cases Database. Judicial Conflict Resolution (JCR) Collaboratory. http://jcrlab.com/ Terms of use of the database: It is obligatory to mention the source of the data during each use made of them. The data or information may not be displayed or edited in a misleading or biased manner. The information should not be used in a manner that does not match the sample size and characteristics.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 01 May 2021
    Authors: 
    Goldberg, Eitan; Shangguan, Chong; Tamo, Itzhak;
    Publisher: arXiv
    Project: EC | InfoNet (852953)

    Understanding the limits of list-decoding and list-recovery of Reed-Solomon (RS) codes is of prime interest in coding theory and has attracted a lot of attention in recent decades. However, the best possible parameters for these problems are still unknown, and in this paper, we take a step in this direction. We show the existence of RS codes that are list-decodable or list-recoverable beyond the Johnson radius for \emph{any} rate, with a polynomial field size in the block length. In particular, we show that for any $ε\in (0,1)$ there exist RS codes that are list-decodable from radius $1-ε$ and rate less than $\fracε{2-ε}$, with constant list size. We deduce our results by extending and strengthening a recent result of Ferber, Kwan, and Sauermann on puncturing codes with large minimum distance and by utilizing the underlying code's linearity.

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