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  1. Learning Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes Using Causal Tree Methods in Medicine 

    Blümlein, Theresa; Persson, Joel; Feuerriegel, Stefan (2022)
    Conference Paper
  2. Strong Habitat Compression by Extreme Shoaling Events of Hypoxic Waters in the Eastern Pacific 

    Koehn, Eike E.; Muennich, Matthias; Vogt, Meike; et al. (2022)
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
    Ocean deoxygenation has led to a measurable shoaling of subsurface hypoxic waters ([O-2] < 60 mmol m(-3)) in the tropical Pacific and elsewhere. This shoaling compresses the vertical habitat of heterotrophic organisms between the well oxygenated surface and the hypoxic interface. Superimposed on this long-term trend, natural variability can cause shorter-term, extreme habitat compression events, which we term Transient Habitat Reduction ...
    Journal Article
  3. Rate and State Friction as a Spatially Regularized Transient Viscous Flow Law 

    Pranger, Casper; Sanan, Patrick; May, Dave A.; et al. (2022)
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth
    The theory of rate and state friction unifies field, laboratory, and theoretical analysis of the evolution of slip on natural faults. While the observational study of earthquakes and aseismic fault slip is hampered by its strong multi-scale character in space and time, numerical simulations are well-positioned to link the laboratory study of grain-scale processes to the scale at which rock masses move. However, challenges remain in ...
    Journal Article
  4. Robust Object Detection via Instance-Level Temporal Cycle Confusion 

    Wang, Xin; Huang, Thomas E.; Liu, Benlin; et al. (2021)
    2021 IEEE/CVF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER VISION (ICCV 2021)
    Building reliable object detectors that are robust to domain shifts, such as various changes in context, viewpoint, and object appearances, is critical for real-world applications. In this work, we study the effectiveness of auxiliary self-supervised tasks to improve the out-of-distribution generalization of object detectors. Inspired by the principle of maximum entropy, we introduce a novel self-supervised task, instance-level temporal ...
    Conference Paper
  5. Grain-size-evolution controls on lithospheric weakening during continental rifting 

    Ruh, J. B.; Tokle, L.; Behr, W. M. (2022)
    Nature Geoscience
    Variation in the effective strength of the lithosphere allows for active plate tectonics and is permitted by different deformation mechanisms operating in the crust and upper mantle. The dominant mechanisms are debated, but geodynamic models often employ grain-size-independent mechanisms or evaluate a single grain size. However, observations from nature and rock deformation experiments suggest a transition to grain-size-dependent mechanisms ...
    Journal Article

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