Focuser for Canon 100-400 mm lens (and possibly other lenses with similar diameter) when used with astrophotography camera. The lens clamp inner diameter is 93.7 mm. You might need to rotate some of the parts in the slicer software before printing them. Please check the snapshot from Simplify3D above for the optimal parts placement on the print bed. I recommend printing the clamp separately and using a raft for that part only.
We investigate upper bounds on the length of cost optimal plans that are valid for problems with 0-cost actions. We employ these upper bounds as horizons for a SAT-based encoding of planning with costs. Given an initial upper bound on the cost of the optimal plan, we experimentally show that this SAT-based approach is able to compute plans with better costs, and in many cases it can match the optimal cost. Also, in multiple instances, the approach is successful in proving that a certain cost is the optimal plan cost.
A key challenge in health informatics is "interoperability": the ability to exchange information seamlessly across disparate information systems. One must understand the meaning of the information. Imagine someone gave you a spreadsheet about a large set of patients, including the maximal diameter of the infrarenal aorta recorded in a column labeled "Aorta." Most of the values are integers that range from 23 to 55, so you assume (correctly) that these represent the diameter of the aorta in millimeters. But one patient has a value of 0, and another has 99.