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Mar·kov

(mar'kōv),
Andrei, Russian mathematician, 1865-1922. See: Markov process.
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started a "frantic race" to compete for such extremely mobile and well-compensated talent (Markoff, 2014).
In analogy with different weighted polynomial inequalities, the factor [mathematical expression not reproducible] in the second Nikolskii inequality is the same as the one appearing in the Markoff inequality.
(18.) See, e.g., Blair Janis, How Technology is Replacing the Practice of Law, GPSOLO, May/June 2014, at 10, 12 (describing how coding technology is being used in ediscovery); John Markoff, Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced By Cheaper Software, N.Y.
Markoff points out that Google was late to arrive in this conversation between computers and users.
uk/news/worldnews/europe/georgia/2539157/Georgia-Russia-conducting-cyber-war.html> ; John Markoff, << Before the Gunfire, Cyberattacks
EdX, a writing assessment software company developed by Harvard and MIT engineers, uses artificial intelligence to evaluate essays and provide immediate feedback (Markoff, 2013).
I often find myself thinking, 'Who said it would get better?'" John Markoff, the senior Science writer at the New York Times, said.
(24.) Gabriel Markoff, Arthur Andersen and the Myth of the Corporate Death Penalty: Corporate Criminal Convictions in the Twenty-First Century, 15 U.
encouraging the practitioner to recognize the impact of trauma on an inmate's ability to develop and cope appropriately, and to maximize the individual's choice and control over the recovery process (Elliot, Bjelajac, Fallot, Markoff and Reed, 2005).
Betty Markoff, who recently celebrated her 75th wedding anniversary with her husband Morrie Markoff, said that relationships are difficult and people today tend to give up too quickly, LA Downtown News reported.
"This new Chandra image is one of the coolest I've ever seen," said co-author Sera Markoff of the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
The families of John Bitove of Canada, Slavco Mazdarov of New Jersey, Katrina Markoff, owner of one of the five largest US chocolate factories, lawyer Thomas Taneff of Ohio, who helped bring two congressmen to the group of friends, Lou Vlasho of Florida, and many others are taking an active part in UMD.