• satisfies
  • We show that if some of the feasibility constraints can be treated as goals rather than hard constraints then, subject to weak conditions that we identify, any expected allocation that satisfies all the constraints and goals can be implemented by randomizing among nearby integer allocations that satisfy all the hard constraints exactly and the goals approximately. (stanford.edu)
  • male
  • Methods Twenty healthy male volunteers (mean age 34.7 y) were randomized (random allocation) to receive either 300 mg theophylline daily or placebo 5 days prior, during ascent, and during a stay at 4,559 m altitude. (wiley.com)
  • known
  • We give a unified treatment of the limit, as the size tends to infinity, of random simply generated trees, including both the well-known result in the standard case of critical Galton-Watson trees and similar but less well-known results in the other cases (i.e., when no equivalent critical Galton-Watson tree exists). (inria.fr)
  • The proofs use a well-known connection to a random allocation model that we call balls-in-boxes, and we prove corresponding results for this model. (inria.fr)
  • This procedure is known as random dictatorship (RD), and is the unique procedure that is efficient and strategyproof when preferences are strict. (wikipedia.org)
  • good
  • There is less slice & dice advice in the stock allocation - 'Two-thirds in US stocks with good representation of smaller growth companies and one-third in International stocks including emerging markets' The earlier version had more specific recommendations. (early-retirement.org)