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Working with Igor, Matthew will investigate the parallel implementation of monotone methods for singular perturbation methods. Matthew's PhD, undertaken at Oxford University, comprised numerical studies of gas-powered microparticle propulsion devices. For the Allan Wilson Centre Mike Hendy reports: Doom04 The mathematicians of the Allan Wilson Centre joined with the biologists at their annual workshop in phylogenetics, which this year was held at Whakapapa Mount Doom —participants queried whether it should be renamed "Gloom04" —as we were in rain or mist for most of the five days, or "Boom04", as the venue was struck by lightning on the last night.
For most of that week we were isolated from the lower North Island by the torrential rains and high winds that devastated the region at that time. However the consolations included that we were able to witness spectacular waterfalls overflowing gutterings and swollen rivers across the walkway between the accommodation block and the meeting room and enjoy some excellent science.
This year's participant numbered 54, and included a number of old friends as well as new vistors from overseas, including some new-comers, from France, Germany, Sweden, Israel, Russia, Australia, Canada, and United States. Helix Our High Performance Computer, Helix, is currently being expanded with the addition of 12 Opteron bit nodes, and we are planning further expansion in the near future.
Although usage is growing, there is still an opportunity for other NZ researchers to buy time on our facility. For details contact Mike Hendy m. Preceding the conference, there will be a 2-day hands-on parallel BioComputing workshop, Sept 2 —3, at the Albany campus of Massey University, which will include a general purpose introduction to parallel computing on Helix. Professor Robert McLachlan, "Arranging points on a sphere". Associate Professor Igor Boglaev, "Robust monotone iterates for nonlinear singularly perturbed problems".
Dr John Hudson, "Evolutionary trees and likelihood saddle point". Dr Matthew Hardy, "Biolistics". MISG is reported upon elsewhere in the newsletter. It was an interesting and enjoyable week. Graeme spoke on the challenge of micromechanics modelling of hair, as well as reporting on the success of MISG which had taken place the week before in Auckland. Mick talked about some of his infectious diseases modelling while Carlo presented some results on pattern formation in integral equations.
He thereby also becomes an ex officio Vice-President of the Australian Mathematical Society for that time. We also have a new Data Mining Major on the horizon, which is pooling resources widely across our institute by combining papers in statistics, computer science and information systems. Our statistics major went under review last year both internally and externally.
One net result of the review, and various cross-campus debates, is that the Albany campus is now introducing R to second year students via two papers 'Probability Modelling' We are hoping that the inclusion of more statistical programming at second year will work well for our BInfSc students.
Shaun Cooper spent seven weeks in India over the summer break. Christmas Day was spent listening to mathematics lectures at a retirement function for a staff member at University of Mysore. Shaun's running shoes were stolen at the Taj Mahal the socks were not taken however and he is finding out how difficult it is to run again after having had three months off.
He also experienced reduced bargaining power upon entering a shoe store wearing only socks on his feet. He was pleased to finally meet three of his co-authors for the first time. Paul Cowpertwait says that he is still beavering away at stochastic rainfall modelling; he had a successful trip to the Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne, where they plan to implement his algorithms into a software package for use by engineers throughout Australia.
He says :"Why they need a rainfall model for that barren wasteland over there still beats me! I suppose it just makes my job easier: We wish him all the best for his future career. Heung Yeung Lam Frederick has also joined the teaching team as a tutor. Marie Fitch joins the team as a Senior Tutor to assist in particular with the first year statistics teaching.
Marie has plenty of invaluable teaching experience having spent the last 10 years teaching maths and stats at Corran School Auckland City , where she was also a careers advisor. Nicoleen Cloete has taken up a temporary Tutorship in Mathematics until the end of Semester 2, and will contribute to the teaching programmes in both Mathematics and Statistics. Nicoleen is currently completing a PhD in stochastic processes and probability theory from the University of Auckland. Frederick Lam is a familiar face within the institute as he is completing his PhD studies.
On the subject of baby news, Winston Sweatman is enjoying less sleep following the happy arrival of son Iain. The week before the start of the first semester saw us frantically packing and unpacking boxes while simultaneously trying to prepare for a new academic year.
The drama of the occasion was heightened by the floods and high winds which hit the Manawatu at this time. Ganesh's house came closest to being flooded, but his vantage point near the swollen river did enable him to take some stunning photographs of cows swimming to safety, which later appeared in the local newspaper. Steve Haslett managed to avoid the trauma of moving by the simple expedient of being somewhere else, although as the "somewhere else" in this case was Dhaka it might have been less traumatic staying here.
Steve was giving the final presentation of the results of a project which he and Geoff Jones carried out for the World Food Programme and the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics during October to December, involving small-area estimation of poverty and malnutrition incidence. They describe the experience of living and working in Dhaka as one not to be missed. Steve returned to learn of his promotion to full professor, for which we congratulate him. Dongwen Luo successfully defended his thesis in October and has now been awarded his PhD.
Alasdair Noble and David Alexander have submitted theirs and are awaiting further developments. The following item is contributed by Dennis McCaughan. By late January, as the suspense reached breaking point, the former AVC finally spoke and our new HOD appeared as in a puff of white papal smoke. Wine buff, cyclist extraordinaire, francophile close friends address him as Pierre , debonair, erudite and suave, Peter Fenton is a new style HOD for the next three years of the 21st Century.
He has instituted much more frequent department meetings, a new hands-up rather than hands-on management style, and more working parties on specific issues. He is also promoting contacts with other departments.
Vernon is now looking down from Olympus and brandishing thunderbolts in the traditional way. The present outlook is somewhat stormy, but Peter has ensured a threefold supply of departmental umbrellas. Amal is a native of Palestine whose academic career has included two years at Auckland University and one year at University of Michigan-Dearborn. A chance visit to the South Island and Dunedin happened at a very opportune time!
Markus' input to the teaching and research of the department will be sorely missed. Mr Jason Rabbitt has joined the staff as a Teaching Assistant. Jason is a familiar face around the Department as an Honours student and tutor last year. He is also working towards his MSc in Statistics. More talks were given at departmental seminars at various universities along the way. Although hectic the time away was very productive and several projects are under way with promising results.
A stellar lineup of speakers was presented by Eamonn O'Brien and Marston Conder: John Conway talked about inaudible shapes, Hendrik Lenstra about primality testing, Karl Rubin about elliptic curves, Peter Neumann about matrix groups and Charles Sims about algebraic algorithms. Evening lectures included a very entertaining account by Lenstra of some of Escher's artwork. A great time was had by all, and Jonni distinguished himself by being he says the only grad student to make the Saturday 9 am lecture after the conviviality of the barbecue on Friday night.
A wonderful, stimulating week. In January, David Fletcher ran a week-long mathematics and statistics project as part of the University's Hands-On-Science program for high school students. The focus of the project was on the use of population models in conservation.
As well as considering the practical aspects of models that are used to help organisations like the Department of Conservation, the students also found out about the mathematics underlying some of the models.
The first day was spent learning about an example of a population that is in need of conservation: Hector's dolphin. The students got to know something about where these dolphins live and roughly how many there are. The focus for the rest of the day was on modelling the number of dolphins in the population that lives around Banks Peninsula. They looked at simply exponential models, and then those that involve density dependence and stochasticity. This naturally led on to ideas of chaos and of risk assessment.
Overall, a good time was had by all! John Shanks, "Horner in the Corner". Ernie was also an international traveller. He then participated in the workshop held directly after the conference. This workshop was focused on current research problems in separability theory. He also had the opportunity to give some lectures to students at the university.
Recently appointed lecturer Tim Stokes returned to Australia for two months over summer for a combination of work and rest. In fact he stayed in Hobart for several weeks, mostly working with colleagues Larry Forbes University of Tasmania and Graeme Hocking visiting from Murdoch University, WA on withdrawal problems for free surfaces in fluid mechanics. He reports that the weather was a lot drier in South-Eastern Australia than in Hamilton on his return!
Sean Oughton spent two weeks at his alma mater, the University of Delaware, where he was collaborating on magnetohydrodynamic turbulence problems, including applications to the question of why the sun's atmosphere is so much hotter than its surface. Solar heat in Delaware, however, was rather lacking. The visit coincided with an unusually cold winter period with typical daytime temperatures of C.
Seminars E. Kalnins, "Separation of variables for spaces of constant curvature. Stokes, "Internalized equality and modal logic. Windsor University of Manchester , "Exactly realizable sequences are smoothly realizable. Kuznetsov University of Leeds , "Jack polynomials: integral equation, factorization and representation. Cao University of Auckland , "Automatic continuity. He has recently been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
The theme of the workshop, which was very well attended, was "Structure and uncertainty: statistical modelling, stochastic systems and Bayesian computation. Carole Wright, one of our PhD students, has submitted her thesis entitled "Variety Trials in 2-dimensional layouts. Carole is working temporarily as a field technician at Food and Crop in Hastings, and is off on her OE later this year.
At the recent International Biometric Society Australasian Region Conference, held in Canberra Carole was the winner of the best student presentation prize and also, at last year's New Zealand Statistical Association Annual Conference in Palmerston North, she was the winner of the Hoare Research Software prize for the best student paper presented at the conference for her presentation titled "Quick Generation of Row-Column Designs.
Katarina's paper was "Semi-mechanistic modelling in Nonlinear Regression: a case study. Harold was the recipient of the Campbell Award. This is the second time the award has come to Waikato, as it was presented the previous year to Murray Jorgensen, also from the Statistics Department.
Finally, it is with sadness that we announce the death of Mrs Faye Sharples. Faye, who died suddenly at the end of March, was a Senior Lecturer in the Mathematics and Statistics Department for twenty years, before her retirement in Seminars Lyn Hunt "Unsupervised learning from incomplete three-way data using a mixture model approach.
James Curran "Two problems in forensic science. Ian Westbrooke Science and Research Unit, Department of Conservation, Christchurch "Meeting statistical needs in a conservation management organisation. Carole Wright "Row-column designs and their contractions. Jim Geelen from the University of Waterloo in Canada is here for three weeks.
They are both here to do work in matroid theory with Geoff Whittle. Steffen lempp Madison. There were 36 participant, including 12 graduate students, who were treated to some outstanding lectures on a range of topics in computability and model theory. We will have Dr Huixiang Chen to visit for one year, starting in April.
He is currently teaching at Yangzhu University, China. Dr Chen's research interest is in noncommutative algebra, representation theory. The Koreans were very impressed with the MISG process, and they all had a wonderful time in Auckland and sight-seeing in Rotorua afterwards. Mark's next overseas trip is three weeks in Oxford, working on modelling the regulation of blood pressure in humans, in June and July.
One of the biggest pieces of news is the departure of Yu Hayakawa, who left VUW early in February , after 11 years here. Her many valuable contributions at VUW will be remembered for a long time, and the memory of her infectious enthusiasm and happy smile will stay with us for even longer, I suspect. We wish Yu all the best in her new position. Helen Haywood turned 1 on 5 December , which meant that her dad, John, had to hurry back from the second day of the Inaugural New Zealand Time Series Study Group Workshop held at University of Canterbury, where he was one of the invited speakers.
Perhaps not surprisingly, that session was well attended. Dong recently spent the summer months working in China and Australia, and arrived back at the end of February to start teaching level statistics the next day. Shirley Pledger has been enjoying sabbatical leave since September , which continues until the end of June Shirley has hosted three visitors recently.
Shirley recently honed her skills capturing and recapturing frogs on Maud Island in Pelorus Sound; however, she tells us she was there officially as a statistical consultant. Estate Khmaladze was on sabbatical from mid to January In September he spoke at a conference at the Institute for Mathematical Research in Oberwolfach, and also was International Programme Committee Chair for the Kolmogorov conference in Tbilisi, which had 49 selected participants from 32 countries.
Estate spent November at the University of Karlsruhe, working on his Marsden-funded project on applications of differential geometry to statistics. Public telephones: A three minute local call costs Lit. Approved telephone credit cards may also be used to charge calls. For those staying further away, there is a good and reliable public bus service converging at the railway station Stazione Santa Maria Novella , which is close to the Conference Center.
A bus ticket can be purchased for Lit. Taxi service: A person in need of a cab must call or or walk to the nearest taxi station. Taxis will not stop in the streets at request. Since most of Florence's downtown area is closed to private cars, Florentines find the bicycle a good alternative to buses or taxis. A special bicycle rental service will be provided at special rates at the Fortezza da Basso for the sole use of Conference participants. The downtown area is closed to private cars and the area immediately outside the historical walls is well within reach of amateur cyclists.
Convenient bicycling lanes exist for the safety of the rider. A map of Florence will be given, free of charge, with a rented bicycle. Prices: Lit. To obtain a schedule, please consult the Housing Desk. For your protection, additional identification may be required. Any official document bearing your name and photograph will usually suffice. Florence's historical center is closed to all private vehicles. One may find parking along the ring boulevards around the historical center.
There are, of course, parking garages costing between 28, and 38, Lit. The electrical current in Italy is volts, 50Hz. You may wish to take advantage of special rates for tours available through C. A Tour Desk in the Registration Area Palazzina Reale and the Fortezza da Basso will provide information on the many sightseeing tours offered in and around the city. As we cannot guarantee availability, we suggest that you reserve any tours now with the form enclosed , or by contacting C.
See descriptions of tours in the enclosed pamphlet. Florence offers many excellent stores and designer boutiques. Visitors from abroad may be interested in the works of local artisans, leather goods and local handicrafts. Service is usually included in restaurant receipts; tipping is thus optional. It is not customary to tip taxi drivers, but a small gratuity is generally offered to porters and bellmen in hotels.
A valid passport is required for citizens of other countries. The Italian government requires visas for residents of certain countries. Please consult the Italian Consulate nearest you for specific details. City maps and brochures will be available free of charge at the Conference Secretariat Center Fortezza da Basso. The weather in Florence in June is generally dry and warm with daytime temperatures of C F. Evenings may be cooler: a sweater or lightweight jacket should be sufficient.
The reception will be held in the Fortezza da Basso on Sunday, 16 June, Admission is included in the registration fee. An organ concert will be held in the Basilica di Santa Croce, a splendid example of Gothic architecture reduced to essential lines in keeping with the Franciscan dictates of simplicity and poverty.
The organist is Padre Vandelli, a Franciscan O. Friars Minor Conventual , who has performed throughout Italy, with full critical acclaim. The organ of the Basilica, built by Giovanni Tamburini of Crema between and , has 95 different registers and almost 7, pipes, some of which were part of the original organ built by Noferi da Cortona in Padre Vandelli will perform June 17, 18, 19, at Tickets limited in number cost Lit.
The Badia of Settimo, located seven miles from the center of Florence, is a majestic complex of ancient stately halls, gardens, and galleries. With a rich history spanning over one thousand years, the Badia, with its Cellar, Granary, Cloister, Gothic Drawing room, and numerous gardens, will provide a perfect ambiance for this grand occasion. Thursday, June 20, at Cost: Lit. Firenze, 29 Piazza S.
Novella, 16 Via di Mezzo, 20 P. Novella, 8 Via R. Colombo, 1 Via G. Agnelli Borgo S. Antonino, 18 P. Caccini, 24 Via S. Cristofano, 2 Via Lamarmora, 28 P. Annunziata, 14 Via G. Novella, 24 Via Faenza, 1 Largo F. The aim of the Conference is to bring together both scientists and clinicians involved in HIV infection of the nervous system, in order to develop a better understanding of the neurological diseases associated with the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
Wolinsky Chicago L. Levy San Francisco M. Tardieu Paris F. Chiodi Stockholm Ter Meulen Wurzburg L. Fontana Zurich B. Tavolato Padova Berger Miami R. McArthur Baltimore B. Brew Sydney H. Hollander San Franciso J. Dalakas Bethesda N. Rizzuto Verona G. Budka Wien P. Catalan London D. Weller London C. Chen London D. Soo New Jersey C. McLaren London R. Maj Napoli Y. Stern New York M. Riccio London O.
Selnes Baltimore B. Levin Miami Corey, Seattle T. Peto: Invited discussant Round Table discussants: S. Vella, Rome M. Seligman, Paris E. Sandstrom, Stockholm J. Darbyshire, London Lunch Break P. Richman, San Diego T. Dormont, Paris J. Lange, Amsterdam J. Volberding USA and P. Volberding USA S. Vella Italy D. Cooper Australia M. Fischl USA C. Canosa Spain D. Richman USA M. Conant USA M. Drummond UK F. Grassi, Italy Chairman A. Pinching, UK M.
Strolin Benedetti, Italy S. Hoffner, Sweden B. Dautzemberg, France R. Esposito, Italy R. Lucas, Australia M. Lippe, USA G. Montaner, Argentina R. Tuesday, June 18, - - Auditorium, Palazzo dei Congressi, Florence This program is sponsored by an educational grant from Roerig, a division of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, and Pfizer International. Ficarra Florence and J. Pindborg Copenhagen For further information: Dr. However, while the clinical improvement obtained following AZT treatment and better management of the opportunistic infections have considerably prolonged patient survival, there has also been an increase in the incidence of malignant lymphomas in the longterm AIDS survivors, up to 40 percent.
The impact of this outcome will constitute a growing challenge for both clinical and experimental oncologists. On the other hand, fundamental research into AIDS and HIV infection has greatly advanced current knowledge in virology, immunology and other basic, oncology related fields. In this prospective, therefore, the Italian Foundation for Research on Cancer is glad to support the International AIDS Conference and hopes that new findings may be further applied to other neoplastic diseases as well.
In order to provide a forum in which the role, experiences and needs of community-based groups can be presented and discussed together with those of scientific researchers, a series of parallel sessions has been organized. They will take place in the afternoon, from to Each session will be moderated, with presentations from speakers. There will be at least 30 minutes per session for discussion and questions from the audience. Session Moderator Room Monday, June 17, - 1.
Access to therapy and care CPT 2. Alternative and indigenous treatment CPT 3. Although the themes and emphases are different, each of these films share a focus on the psychological reality of living with HIV infection and AIDS.
We are proud to present them to Conference delegates. Location: All films will be shown in the Palazzo degli Affari. The drama stars Ugandan actors in an accurate cultural setting. It focuses on two families and how they react when one of them becomes HIV infected. Suzi holds a dialogue with the camera as she speaks of herself and her ordeal.
The result is a film of extraordinary sensitivity and wisdom. The harshness of the images are continuously redeemed by a profound teaching of support and love, exemplified by Suzi's devoted family. Prize aims at making the scientific community and the media aware of the most meaningful studies on AIDS published in the medical literature.
Treatment of AIDS; 2. Prevention of AIDS; 3. Basic Research; 4. Social and Psychological Issues. The selection is carried out by a ten member jury 5 appointed by the IAS and 5 by L. The Prize will be awarded to the selected author during a ceremony held Tuesday 18 June at noon following the Plenary Session. The Quilt is composed of individual memorial panels measuring 90 cm x cm 3 feet x 6 feet made for someone who died of AIDS. The panels have been created, using a variety of materials, by friends and loved ones of those who have died.
These are complemented by printed excertps from individual stories, encouraging viewers to explore the interplay between sculptural, aural and printed media. The aim of the exhibition is to provide an artistic means through which Persons with AIDS speak for themselves-not just on issues of dying, but of the reality of living and working day to day with a commonly misunderstood and ostracizing illness. By inviting viewers to interact in this way with a diverse group of people with AIDS and ARC, Project Face to Face hopes to foster an understanding of the personal nature of the disease, and to instill an appreciation for the degree to which it truly concerns us all.
C, and comes to Florence through a generous grant from the U. National Endowment for the Arts. Within the Conference venue, the face castings will be displayed in both upper wings of the Palazzo dei Congressi, overlooking the Non-Profit Exhibition Halls. Together, we have shared the burden - and the excitement - of the unprecedented demand posed by planning such a large conference. Choosing the theme "Science Challenging AIDS" for this Conference, our International Steering Committee recalled a well-established principle that governs our struggle against diseases: first understand, second plan, third apply.
In other words, the momentum of human efforts against diseases must move from Science to Policy and not vice versa. With AIDS, this principle must be implemented on domestic as well as international levels. Scientists must work closely with policymakers in the on-going struggle against AIDS; the role of the scientist is thus to understand and plan; that of the policy-maker is to plan and apply. Therefore, the main goal of the Scientific Conference is to provide a deeper understanding of the factors which affect the disease process - this is achieved through the presentation of new research data accompanied by comprehensive discussion and exchange of ideas.
Among these components, new information is crucial for the whole process. Accordingly, the entire scientific program including plenary, oral and poster sessions has been planned on the basis of the scientific merit of the submitted abstracts, established by three independent reviewers one from Italy, one from Europe, and one from overseas , as well as our track committees.
Consequently, among the presentors, you will see both old and new faces. Their presence in the program has been established strictly on the quality of the work they submitted, taking into account originality and potential impact. There are a few exceptions, however, involving the plenary sessions: in fact, the presentation of research data to a general audience not necessarily specialized in the particular topic requires a "state of the art" presentation and a brief introduction by the session moderator; this delicate duty was given to particularly qualified and experienced persons selected by the International Steering Committee.
The number of oral sessions given to each track reflects the quality of abstracts received in each of these four areas. We have tried whenever possible to avoid sessions with overlapping topics. We hope that individuals interested in a particular subject will be able to attend every session dealing with that topic.
The high standards applied to the oral sessions have also been applied to poster presentations. Thus, of the abstracts submitted, we have been able to accept approximately for posters. Unfortunately, more than valuable abstracts could not be included in the program. Writing this now, a few weeks before the meeting, I feel like a film director before a premiere: everything appears to be in place, but I am certain, however, that Florence will offer an ideal background for our work.
In fact, the success of our efforts against AIDS may depend on our ability, as human beings, to maintain the ethical and cultural values of our great civilization as we move forward in implementing scientific technology. I am sure that Florence, with its rich artistic and scientific traditions, will provide a perfect setting to spontaneously and immediately humanize the most exasperated technology with the tops of its belfrys and in the shadow of its churches.
I hope you will enjoy both. Volume 2: Abstracts for Wednesday, 19 June, Thursday, 20 June, and Friday, 21 June, as well as complete author, chair, and keyword index. The system used to number the abstracts identifies the day, track, and type of presentation.
An abstract with a number below is an oral presentation. One with a number above is a poster presentation. The Moderator will explain briefly to the interdisciplinary audience the general message carried by the abstracts selected. Lectures only no discussions.
Monday-Thursday, ; A session comprised of strictly related topics e. Six presentations of 10 minutes, each followed by a 5 minute discussion. Presentations selected from submitted abstracts. A session aimed at bringing together multiple specialties in a discussion related to a single theme e. Six presentations selected from abstracts, each 10 minutes in length, examining a single topic from a multidisciplinary or international perspective; followed by a 30 minute moderated discussion among the participants.
Statements by the moderator at the end of the session, highlighting consensus or differences in opinions. Approximately posters on a wide variety of subjects will be displayed for two 2-day sessions: Session 1: Monday and Tuesday, June Session 2: Wednesday and Thursday, June Authors will be stationed by their posters from on each day of their poster display to discuss their work.
It will be open: Sunday, 16 June, Monday-Thursday, June, Friday, 21 June, The following information for session chairs will be available from the Speakers' Center: 1 whether a speaker has checked in; 2 messages for speakers and chairs; and 3 speaker information brief c. Briefing An instructional meeting for all chairs and moderators of simultaneous sessions, thematic sessions, symposia, and workshops will take place daily at in the Speakers' Center, located adjacent to the Fortezza da Basso.
Please be on time. Beverages will be provided. Services for Chairpersons Please contact the Chairpersons' Desk in the Speakers' Center for any services or assistance. Projection during the presentation is provided by Conference staff. Slide trays will be returned to the Speakers' Center, where they can be collected at the conclusion of each session. Posters not claimed by on Thursday, 20 June will be discarded. Discussion time with authors: 1. Heinrich Repke.
Sanita', Rome, Italy. Gabuzda, Dana; Lever, A. Federico, M. Golding, H. Peter Rieckmann; Poli, G. Romagnani, S. Kingston H. Collignon, C. LaBranche, Celia C. Schild UK M. Smith, D. Canavaggio, M. Cancer Inst. Pascale", Naples, Italy. Richard A. Cattolica, Roma, Italy. E 15 Stafford, Randall S. KengeyaKayondo, J.
Box 49, Entebbe, Uganda. Robert C. Farfaix, M. Edward E. Military Medical Cons. Coutinho The Netherlands M. Rezza, Giovanni; Pezzotti, P. Nahlen, Bernard; Nwanyanwu, O. Adam N. Vlahov, D. Wayne X. Koenig, B. PaulRamsey Medical Center, St. Bell, David M. Lowenfels, Albert B. Surgery and Div.
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