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LECTURE 12: STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, …

LECTURE 12: STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, …

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stochastic di erential equations (2). Are there always solutions to stochastic di erential equations of the form (1)? No! In fact, existence of solutions for all time t 0 is not guaranteed even for ordinary di erential equations (that is, di erential equations with no random terms). It is important to understand why this is so.

  Equations, Stochastic, Erential, Di erential equations, Stochastic di erential equations

Introduction to Ito's Lemma

Introduction to Ito's Lemma

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Brownian Motion - An Introduction to Stochastic Processes (2012) CUHK course notes (2013) Chapter 6: Ito’s Stochastic Calculus Karl Sigman Columbia course notes (2007) Introduction to Stochastic Integration Wenyu Zhang (Cornell) Ito’s Lemma May 6, 2015 21 / 21

  Introduction, Calculus, Stochastic, Stochastic calculus, Introduction to stochastic

Markov Processes - Ohio State University

Markov Processes - Ohio State University

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Definition 1. A stochastic process is a sequence of events in which the outcome at any stage depends on some probability. Definition 2. A Markov process is a stochastic process with the following properties: (a.) The number of possible outcomes or states is finite. (b.) The outcome at any stage depends only on the outcome of the previous ...

  Process, Probability, Stochastic, Markov, Markov process

Deterministic vs. Stochastic Models - University of Nottingham

Deterministic vs. Stochastic Models - University of Nottingham

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The stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA)! • Algorithm (Doob, 1945; Gillespie, 1976,77):! • Pick the next reaction time from an exponential distribution,!

  Simulation, Stochastic, Gillespie, Stochastic simulation

Independent Component Analysis

Independent Component Analysis

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2.8 Stochastic processes * 43 2.8.1 Introduction and definition 43 2.8.2 Stationarity, mean, and autocorrelation 45 2.8.3 Wide-sense stationary processes 46 2.8.4 Time averages and ergodicity 48 2.8.5 Power spectrum 49 2.8.6 Stochastic signal models 50 2.9 Concluding remarks and references 51 Problems 52 3 Gradients and Optimization Methods 57

  Analysis, Introduction, Processes, Component, Independent, Stochastic, Stochastic processes, Independent component analysis

MATH 545, Stochastic Calculus Problem set 2

MATH 545, Stochastic Calculus Problem set 2

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MATH 545, Stochastic Calculus Problem set 2 January 24, 2019 These problems are due on TUE Feb 5th. You can give them to me in class, drop them in my box. In all of the problems E denotes the expected value with respect to the specified probability measure P. Problem 0. Read [Klebaner], Chapter4 and Brownian Motion Notes (by FEB 7th)

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PATHWAY MSFQ Three-Semester Course Plan - Olin Business …

PATHWAY MSFQ Three-Semester Course Plan - Olin Business …

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funds and consulting firms. While financial examples will be given, the primary focus will be on stochastic process and stochastic calculus theory. Students interested in applications of the theory are expected to take follow-on courses. Topics

  Applications, Calculus, Stochastic, Stochastic calculus

Operations Research: An Introduction to Models and ...

Operations Research: An Introduction to Models and ...

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Probability theory The relationship between models and probability Models can be deterministic or stochastic. A deterministic model contains no random (probabilistic) components. The output is determined once the set of input quantities and relationships in the model have been specified. Stochastic models, on the other hand,

  Research, Probability, Stochastic

Lecture 1: Stochastic Volatility and Local Volatility

Lecture 1: Stochastic Volatility and Local Volatility

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The stochastic process (1) followed by the stock price is equivalent to the one assumed in the derivation of Black and Scholes (1973). This ensures that the standard time-dependent volatility version of the Black-Scholes formula (as derived in section 8.6 of Wilmott (1998) for example) may be retrieved in the limit · ! 0.

  Stochastic

Course Curricula: M.Sc. (Applied Statistics and Informatics)

Course Curricula: M.Sc. (Applied Statistics and Informatics)

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An introduction to Programming and Object-Oriented Design, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2003. ... Basic examples of groups (including symmetric groups, matrix groups, group of ... SI 404 Applied Stochastic Process 2 1 0 6 Stochastic processes : description and

  Introduction, Programming, Example, Stochastic

Lecture 5: Stochastic Gradient Descent - Cornell University

Lecture 5: Stochastic Gradient Descent - Cornell University

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Stochastic gradient descent (SGD).Basic idea: in gradient descent, just replace the full gradient (which is a sum) with a single gradient example. Initialize the parameters at some value w 0 2Rd, and decrease the value of the empirical risk iteratively by sampling a random index~i tuniformly from f1;:::;ng and then updating w t+1 = w t trf ~i t ...

  Lecture, Descent, Stochastic, Lecture 5, Derating, Gradient descent, Stochastic gradient descent

Introduction to Mathematical Optimization

Introduction to Mathematical Optimization

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Introduction to Mathematical Optimization • Prerequisites • Information and Vocabulary ... •Computer programming skills will be taught from the ground up. Previous experience is not necessary. ... or stochastic (involve randomness/ probability).

  Introduction, Programming, Stochastic

Chapter 1 Introduction Linear Models and Regression Analysis

Chapter 1 Introduction Linear Models and Regression Analysis

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The term reflects the stochastic nature of the relationship ... Different statistical estimation procedures, e.g., method of maximum likelihood, principal of least squares, ... then logistic regression is used. If all explanatory variables are qualitative, then analysis of variance technique is used. If some

  Logistics, Regression, Stochastic, Likelihood, Logistic regression

High-Dimensional Probability

High-Dimensional Probability

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metrization tricks, chaining and comparison techniques for stochastic processes, combinatorial reasoning based on the VC dimension, and a lot more. High-dimensional probability provides vital theoretical tools for applications in data science. This book integrates theory with applications for covariance

  High, Processes, Theory, Dimensional, Probability, Stochastic, Stochastic processes, High dimensional probability

Python for Finance

Python for Finance

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Stochastic Processes 356 Variance Reduction 372 ... Efficient Frontier 424 Capital Market Line 425 ... Risk Analysis 539 Persisting the Model Object 543 ...

  Analysis, Frontier, Stochastic

Introduction to Algorithmic Trading Strategies Lecture 1

Introduction to Algorithmic Trading Strategies Lecture 1

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Introduction to Algorithmic Trading Strategies Lecture 1 Overview of Algorithmic Trading Haksun Li ... allow plug-and-play multiple strategies simulate using historical data ... Instead, solve an equivalent stochastic optimization

  Using, Strategies, Trading, Stochastic, Trading strategies

Simple random walk - Uppsala University

Simple random walk - Uppsala University

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1 Introduction A random walk is a stochastic sequence {S n}, with S 0 = 0, defined by S n = Xn k=1 X k, where {X k} are independent and identically distributed random variables (i.i.d.). TherandomwalkissimpleifX k = ±1,withP(X k = 1) = pandP(X k = −1) = 1−p = q. Imagine a particle performing a random walk on the integer points of the real line, where it

  Introduction, Walk, Random, Stochastic, Random walk

Optimal High-Frequency Market Making

Optimal High-Frequency Market Making

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stochastic control framework.Avellaneda and Stoikov(2008) extends the model proposed by Ho and Stoll(1981), derives the optimal bid and ask quotes using asymptotic expansion and applies it to high-frequency market making. Furthermore,Gu eant, Lehalle, and Fernandez-

  Using, Stochastic

Introduction to Time Series Analysis. Lecture 1.

Introduction to Time Series Analysis. Lecture 1.

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With R Examples, Shumway and Stoffer. 2nd Edition. 2006. 2. Organizational Issues Classroom and Computer Lab Section: Friday 9–11, in 344 Evans. ... any programming language you choose (R, Splus, Matlab, python). ... is a stochastic process.

  Introduction, Programming, Example, Stochastic

Econometric Modelling of Markov-Switching Vector ...

Econometric Modelling of Markov-Switching Vector ...

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1 Introduction MSVAR (Markov-SwitchingVector Autoregressions)is a packagedesignedfor the econometricmodellingof uni-variate and multiple time series subject to shifts in regime. It provides the statistical tools for the maximum likeli- ... models as well as the concept of doubly stochastic processes introduced by Tjøstheim (1986).

  Introduction, Processes, Stochastic, Stochastic processes, Markov

Random Walk: A Modern Introduction

Random Walk: A Modern Introduction

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Random walk – the stochastic process formed by successive summation of independent, identically distributed random variables – is one of the most basic and well-studied topics in probability theory. For random walks on the integer lattice Zd, the main reference is the classic book by Spitzer [16].

  Introduction, Stochastic

Associate Editors of Mathematical Reviews and zbMATH

Associate Editors of Mathematical Reviews and zbMATH

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34 Ordinary di erential equations 35 Partial di erential equations ... 60 Probability theory and stochastic processes 62 Statistics 65 Numerical analysis 68 Computer science ... a paper whose main overall content is the solution of a problem in graph theory, which arose in computer science and whose solution is (perhaps) at present only of ...

  Solutions, Equations, Numerical, Stochastic, Erential, Di erential equations

DoubleQ-learning - NeurIPS

DoubleQ-learning - NeurIPS

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1 Introduction Q-learning is a popular reinforcement learning algorithm that was proposed by Watkins [1] and can be used to optimally solve Markov Decision Processes (MDPs) [2]. We show that Q-learning’s performance can be poor in stochastic MDPs because of large overestimations of the action val-ues.

  Introduction, Processes, Learning, Stochastic, Markov, Doubleq learning, Doubleq

Understanding the difficulty of training deep feedforward ...

Understanding the difficulty of training deep feedforward ...

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layer, and with a softmax logistic regression for the out-put layer. The cost function is the negative log-likelihood −logP(y|x),where(x,y)isthe(inputimage,targetclass) pair. The neural networks were optimized with stochastic back-propagation on mini-batches of size ten, i.e., the av-erage g of ∂−logP(y|x) ∂θ was computed over 10 ...

  Network, Logistics, Regression, Neural network, Neural, Stochastic, Likelihood, Logistic regression

13 Introduction to Stationary Distributions

13 Introduction to Stationary Distributions

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Introduction to Stationary Distributions We first briefly review the classification of states in a Markov chain with a quick example and then begin the discussion of the important ... algorithm is taken from An Introduction to Stochastic Processes, by Edward P. C. Kao, Duxbury Press, 1997. Also in this reference is the

  Introduction, Processes, Stochastic, Markov, Introduction to stochastic processes

Design and Analysis of Experiments with R

Design and Analysis of Experiments with R

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Stochastic Processes: An Introduction, Second Edition P.W. Jones and P. Smith e eory of Linear Models B. Jørgensen Principles of Uncertainty J.B. Kadane Graphics for Statistics and Data Analysis with R K.J. Keen Mathematical Statistics K. Knight Introduction to Multivariate Analysis: Linear and Nonlinear Modeling S. Konishi

  Introduction, Processes, Stochastic, Stochastic processes

The Boolean Satisfiability Problem (SAT) - Ptolemy Project

The Boolean Satisfiability Problem (SAT) - Ptolemy Project

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Stochastic search – Local search, hill climbing, etc. – Unable to prove unsatisfiability (incomplete) 24 DLL Algorithm: General Ideas • Iteratively set variables until – you find a satisfying assignment (done!) – you reach a conflict (backtrack and try different value) • Two main rules:

  Stochastic

Mathematical Modelling and Applications of Particle Swarm ...

Mathematical Modelling and Applications of Particle Swarm ...

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genetic algorithms, ant colony optimization, artificial immune systems, and fuzzy optimization [6] [7]. The Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm (abbreviated as PSO) is a novel population-based stochastic search algorithm and an alternative solution to the complex non-linear optimization problem.

  Optimization, Stochastic

Theory of Deep Learning - Princeton University

Theory of Deep Learning - Princeton University

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Contents 1 Basic Setup and some math notions 11 1.1 List of useful math facts 12 1.1.1 Probability tools 12 1.1.2 Singular Value Decomposition 13 2 Basics of Optimization 15 2.1 Gradient descent 15 2.1.1 Formalizing the Taylor Expansion 16 2.1.2 Descent lemma for gradient descent 16 2.2 Stochastic gradient descent 17 2.3 Accelerated Gradient Descent 17 2.4 Local Runtime …

  Learning, Theory, Deep, Stochastic, Theory of deep learning

Applied Stochastic Differential Equations

Applied Stochastic Differential Equations

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5 Probability Distributions and Statistics of SDEs 59 ... 10.1 Statistical Inference on SDEs 198 10.2 Batch Trajectory Estimates 203 ... book’s web page, promoting hands-on work with the methods. We have attempted to write the book to be freestanding in the sense

  Distribution, Book, Statistical, Differential, Equations, Stochastic, Stochastic differential equations

Probability and Statistics Basics

Probability and Statistics Basics

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16 Stochastic Processes39 II Statistics42 17 Numerical Data Summaries42 ... 2 Conditional Probability and Independence De nitions The conditional probability of A given C (C is called the conditioning event), provided P(C) >0, is ... Common Discrete Distributions Xhas the Bernoulli distribution Ber(p) with parameter 0 p 1 if its pmf is given by ...

  Distribution, Independence, Conditional, Stochastic

FINAL PROJECT REPORT - Institute for Computing and ...

FINAL PROJECT REPORT - Institute for Computing and ...

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Marseille symbolic verification, constraint programming Twente validation tools, stochastic methods, verification of soft real-time systems The industrial partners, which are all prominent players in the embedded systems area, contributed complementary case studies, and used and evaluated the project results. Each

  Programming, Report, Project, Final, Final project report, Stochastic

Partial Diff erential Equations - University of Sistan ...

Partial Diff erential Equations - University of Sistan ...

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do I attempt to cover stochastic dierential equations see [ 83 ] for this increasingly im-portant area although I do work through one important by-product: the Black Scholes equation, which underlies the modern nancial industry. I have tried throughout to bal-

  Equations, Partial, Stochastic, Erential, Partial diff erential equations

U-Net: Convolutional Networks for Biomedical Image ...

U-Net: Convolutional Networks for Biomedical Image ...

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the network with the stochastic gradient descent implementation of Ca e [6]. Due to the unpadded convolutions, the output image is smaller than the input by a constant border width. To minimize the overhead and make maximum use of the GPU memory, we favor large input tiles over a large batch size and hence reduce the batch to a single image.

  Network, Image, Biomedical, Convolutional, Stochastic, Convolutional networks for biomedical image

LECTURE NOTES ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS

LECTURE NOTES ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS

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Jun 17, 2009 · Stochastic di erential equations 160 8. Financial models 167 Bibliography 173. LECTURE 1 Introduction The source of all great mathematics is the special case, the con-crete example. It is frequent in mathematics that every instance of a concept of seemingly great generality is in essence the same

  Mathematics, Applied, Equations, Stochastic, Erential, Applied mathematics, Stochastic di erential equations

1 Water Resources: Quantity and Quality - Wiley-VCH

1 Water Resources: Quantity and Quality - Wiley-VCH

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Stochastic Simulation of Hydrosystems: model selection, water quantity and ... probabilistic approaches are more appropriate for this purpose than deterministic methods. Probabilities, and more ... of Meteorology and Hydrology, Regional Office, Timisoara). Precipitation 850mm/year Runoff 300mm/year

  Quality, Methods, Water, Resource, Water resources, Hydrology, Quantity, Probabilistic, Stochastic, Quantity and quality

Mixture Models - Carnegie Mellon University

Mixture Models - Carnegie Mellon University

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stochastic model, so it gives us a recipe for generating new data points: first pick a distribution, with probabilities given by the mixing weights, and then generate one ... Remember that the likelihood is the probability (or probability density) of …

  Probability, Stochastic

Chapter 4: Generating Functions - Auckland

Chapter 4: Generating Functions - Auckland

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a sum using the traditional probability function. The PGF transforms a sum into a product and enables it to be handled much more easily. Sums of random variables are particularly important in the study of stochastic processes, because many …

  Probability, Stochastic

Radiation Dose and Radiation Risk

Radiation Dose and Radiation Risk

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Jul 14, 2012 · >4000 mSv 50% probability of death • Stochastic(low dose range) Risk of fatal cancer (~5% per 1000mSv) Risk of non-fatal cancer (1.2% per 1000mSv) ~ 0.01 % /mSv Cancer risk (incl.non-fatal) ~ 0.005 % /mSv fatal Cancer risk Deterministic effects of high radiation dose .. California Bill SB 1237 (signed Sept 2010) Deterministic effects of high

  Risks, Dose, Radiation, Probability, Stochastic, Radiation dose and radiation risk

Econometrics Lecture Notes (OMEGA) - bseu.by

Econometrics Lecture Notes (OMEGA) - bseu.by

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23.6 Application II: estimation of stochastic differential equations . . . . . 398 23.7 Application III: estimation of a multinomial probit panel data model . 400 24 Thanks 401

  Differential, Equations, Stochastic, Stochastic differential equations

Machine Learning with Adversaries: Byzantine Tolerant ...

Machine Learning with Adversaries: Byzantine Tolerant ...

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Stochastic Gradient Descent (SGD). So far, distributed machine learning frame-works have largely ignored the possibility of failures, especially arbitrary (i.e., Byzantine) ones. Causes of failures include software bugs, network asynchrony, biases in local datasets, as well as attackers trying to compromise the entire system.

  With, Learning, Tolerant, Byzantine, Stochastic, Adversaries, Learning with adversaries, Byzantine tolerant

Numerical Optimization 2006 - spbu.ru

Numerical Optimization 2006 - spbu.ru

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tant optimization topics such as discrete and stochastic optimization. However, there are a great many applications that can be formulated as continuous optimization problems; for instance, finding the optimal trajectory for an aircraft or a robot arm; identifying the seismic properties of a piece of the earth’s crust by fitting a model of

  Optimization, Stochastic, Stochastic optimization

A Quick Start Introduction to NLOGIT 5 and LIMDEP 10

A Quick Start Introduction to NLOGIT 5 and LIMDEP 10

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10. Stochastic Frontier and Data Envelopment Analysis 34 B. Post Estimation Model Results 36 1. Predictions 36 2. Simulations 36 3. Partial Effects 37 4. Retained Results 40 C. Panel Data Forms 41 1. Fixed Effects Models 41 2. Random Effects Models 43 3. Random Parameters Models 43 4. Latent Class Models 44

  Analysis, Frontier, Stochastic, Stochastic frontier

Stochastic Differential Equations - University of Chicago

Stochastic Differential Equations - University of Chicago

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Stochastic Differential Equations Steven P. Lalley December 2, 2016 1 SDEs: Definitions 1.1 Stochastic differential equations Many important continuous-time Markov processes — for instance, the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck pro-cess and the Bessel processes — can be defined as solutions to stochastic differential equations with

  Differential, Equations, Stochastic, Stochastic differential equations

Stochastic Community Assembly: Does It Matter in …

Stochastic Community Assembly: Does It Matter in …

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FIG 1 Trends in studying community assembly mechanisms. The data shown are based on the annual number of articles on community assembly (any organisms, including microorganisms [inset]), articles on microbial community assembly, articles about only deterministic microbial assembly, and articles involv-ing stochastic microbial assembly.

  Community, Matter, Does, Assembly, Does it matter, Stochastic, Stochastic community assembly

Stochastic Calculus for Finance II: Continuous-Time Models ...

Stochastic Calculus for Finance II: Continuous-Time Models ...

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4 Stochastic Calculus 26 5 Risk-Neutral Pricing 44 6 Connections with Partial Differential Equations 54 7 Exotic Options 65 8 American Derivative Securities 67 9 Change of Numéraire 72 10 Term-Structure Models 78 11 Introduction to Jump Processes 94 1

  Introduction, Calculus, Stochastic, Stochastic calculus

Stochastic simulations with DYNARE A practical guide.

Stochastic simulations with DYNARE A practical guide.

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perturbation method is implemented in DYNARE. ... delta, theta, psi, rho, tau; beta discount factor alpha capital elasticity in the production function delta depreciation rate ... order = [1,2,3]: Order of Taylor approximation (default = 2) replic = …

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