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Title:Eye Tracking and Visualization Foundations, Techniques, and Applications. ETVIS 2015
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Date:2017
Size:1 online resource (XII, 258 p. 123 illus., 105 illus. in color p.)
ISBN:9783319470245
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Series:Springer 2017 package
Keywords: Mathematics , User interfaces (Computer systems) , Computer graphics , Visualization , Statistics , Mathematics , Visualization , User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction , Computer Graphics , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien
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Call number:TK7888.3.H315::2000 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:High speed digital system design : a handbook of interconnect theory and design practices
Author(s): Stephen H. Hall
Date:2000
Publisher:New York : Wiley
Size:347 p
Contents:The importance of interconnect design -- Ideal transmission line fundamentals -- Crosstalk -- Nonideal interconnect issues -- Connectors, packages, and vias -- Nonideal return paths, simultaneous switching noise, and power delivery -- Buffer modelin g -- Digital timing analysis -- Design methodologies -- Radiated emissions compliance and system noise minimization -- High-speed measurement techniques -- Appendices -- Bibliography -- Index.
ISBN:9780471360902
Keywords: Electronic digital computers - design and construction , Very high speed integrated circuits - design and construction , Microcomputers , Computer interfaces
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Call number:TK7887.5.N337W55 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:What is SCSI? : Understanding the small computer system interface
Author(s): NCR Corporation SCSI Technology Group.
Date:1988
Publisher:NCR Corporation, Dayton, OH
Size:614
Keywords: Computer interfaces.
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Call number:TK7887.5.I5733::1988 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Interfacing sensors to the IBM PC
Author(s): Willis J. Tompkins (Ed.)
John G. Webster (Ed.)
Date:1988
Publisher:Prentice Hall
ISBN:0134690818
Keywords: Computer interfaces , Detectors
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Title:SystemVerilog for verification: A guide to learning the testbench language features
Author(s): Chris Spear
Gregory Joseph Tumbush
Date:2012
Edition:3rd ed.
Publisher:New York : Springer
Size:464 p
Contents:List of Samples -- List of Figures -- Verification Guidelines -- Data Types -- Procedural Statements and Routines -- Connecting Testbench and Design -- Basic OOP -- Randomization -- Threads and Interprocess Communication -- Advanced OOP and Guidelin es -- Functional Coverage -- Advanced Interfaces -- Complete Design -- Interfacing with C
ISBN:9781461407140
Keywords: SystemVerilog (Computer hardware description language) , Integrated circuits Verification.
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Title:Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences III Towards Making an Impact
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Date:2016
Size:1 online resource (132 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-24523-2
Contents:Segmentation and Uncertainty -- Visualization of 3D Medical Images -- Visualization for Diffusion-weighted Imaging -- Cohort Studies and Time-varying Phenomena -- Visualization in Life Sciences
ISBN:9783319245232
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Keywords: Mathematics , User interfaces (Computer systems) , Computer graphics , Image processing , Visualization , Mathematics , Visualization , User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction , Computer Graphics , Image Processing and Computer Vision
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Title:Ion Correlations at Electrified Soft Matter Interfaces [electronic resource]
Author(s): Nouamane Laanait
Date:2013
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Ion Correlations at Electrified Soft Matter Interfaces presents an investigation that combines experiments, theory, and computer simulations to demonstrate that the interdependency between ion correlations and other ioninteractions in solution can ex plain the distribution of ions near an electrified liquid/liquid interface. The properties of this interface are exploited to vary the coupling strength of ion-ion correlations from weak to strong whilemonitoring their influence on ion distributions at th e nanometer scale with X-ray reflectivity and on the macroscopic scale with interfacial tension measurements. This thesis demonstrates that a parameter-free density functional theorythat includes ion-ion correlations and ion-solvent interactions is in agr eement with the data over the entire range of experimentally tunable correlation coupling strengths. The reported findings represent a significant advance towardsunderstanding the nature and role of ion correlations in charged soft-matter. Ion distributio ns underlie many scientific phenomena and technological applications, including electrostatic interactions between charged biomolecules andthe efficiency of energy storage devices. These distributions are determined by interactions dictated by the chemica l properties of the ions and their environment, as well as the long-range nature of the electrostatic force. Thepresence of strong correlations between ions is responsible for counterintuitive effects such as like-charge attraction
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Contents:The Poisson
Boltzmann Equation
Electrochemical Methods
X
Ray Reflectivity Studies of Ion Condensation at the Electrified Liquid/Liquid Interface
Sterically Modified Poisson
Boltzmann Equation
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Solvent Correlations
The Role of Electrostatic Ion Correlations in Ion Condensation
ISBN:9783319009001
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Series:Springer Theses, Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research, 2190-5053
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Chemistry , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:Brownian Dynamics at Boundaries and Interfaces [electronic resource] : In Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
Author(s): Zeev Schuss
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Brownian dynamics serve as mathematical models for the diffusive motion of microscopic particles of various shapes in gaseous, liquid, or solid environments. The renewed interest in Brownian dynamics is due primarily to their keyrole in molecular and cellular biophysics: diffusion of ions and molecules is the driver of all life. Brownian dynamics simulations are the numerical realizations of stochastic differential equations that model the functions ofbiological micro devices such as protein ionic ch annels of biological membranes, cardiac myocytes, neuronal synapses, and many more. Stochastic differential equations are ubiquitous models in computational physics, chemistry,biophysics, computer science, communications theory, mathematical finance theor y, and many other disciplines. Brownian dynamics simulations of the random motion of particles, be it molecules or stock prices, give rise to mathematicalproblems that neither the kinetic theory of Maxwell and Boltzmann, nor Einsteins and Langevins theori es of Brownian motion could predict. This book takes the readers on a journey that starts with the rigorous definition ofmathematical Brownian motion, and ends with the explicit solution of a series of complex problems that have immediate applications. It is aimed at applied mathematicians, physicists, theoretical chemists, and physiologists who areinterested in modeling, analysis, and simulation of micro devices of microbiology. The book contains exercises and worked out examples throughout
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Contents:The Mathematical Brownian Motion
Euler Simulation of Ito SDEs
Simulation of the Overdamped Langevin Equation
The First Passage Time of a Diffusion Process
Chemical Reaction in Microdomains
The Stochastic Separatrix
Narrow Escape in R2
Narrow Escape in R3
ISBN:9781461476870
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential equations, partial , Distribution (Probability theory) , Mathematical physics
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Title:Pen-and-Paper User Interfaces [electronic resource] : Integrating Printed and Digital Documents
Author(s): Jrgen Steimle
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Even at the beginning of the 21st century, we are far from becoming paperless. Pen and paper is still the only truly ubiquitous information processing technology. Pen-and-paper user interfaces bridge the gap between paper and thedigital world. Rather than replacing paper with electronic media, they seamlessly integrate both worlds in a hybrid user interface. Classical paper documents become interactive. This opens up a huge field of novel computer applicationsat our workplaces and in our homes. This book provides readers with a broad and extensive overview of the field, so as to provide a full and up-to-date picture of pen-and-paper computing. It covers the underlying technologies, reviewsthe variety of modern interface concepts and discusses future directions of pen-and-paper computing. Based on the authors award-winning dissertation, the book also provides the first theoretical interaction model of pen-and-paperuser interfaces and an integrated set of interaction techniques for knowledge workers. T he model proposes a construction set of core interactions that are helpful in designing solutions that address the diversity of pen-and-paperenvironments. The interaction techniques, concrete instantiations of the model, provide innovative support for wor king with printed and digital documents. They integrate well-established paper-based practices with concepts derived fromhypertext and social media. Researchers, practitioners who are considering deploying pen-and-paper user interfaces in real-world proje cts, and interested readers from other research disciplines will find the book an invaluablereference source. Also, it provides an introduction to pen-and-paper computing for the academic curriculum. The present book was overdue: a thorough, concise, and well-organized compendium of marriages between paper-based andelectronic documents. Max Mhlhuser, Technische Universitt Darmstadt Everyone interested in how to design for real-world activ
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Contents:1.Introduction
2
Survey of Pen
and
Paper Computing
3.Interaction Model of Pen
and
Paper User Interfaces
4.Collaborative Cross
media Annotation of Documents
5.Hyperlinking between Printed and Digital Documents
6.Paper
based Tagging of Documents
7.Conclusions
References
Index
ISBN:9783642202766
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Series:Human-Computer Interaction Series, 1571-5035
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science
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Title:Analysis of Phylogenetics and Evolution with R [electronic resource]
Author(s): Emmanuel Paradis
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:The increasing availability of molecular and genetic databases coupled with the growing power of computers gives biologists opportunities to address new issues, such as the patterns of molecular evolution, and re-assess old ones,such as the role of a daptation in species diversification. In the second edition, the book continues to integrate a wide variety of data analysis methods into a single and flexible interface: the R language. This open source languageis available for a wide range of computer s ystems and has been adopted as a computational environment by many authors of statistical software. Adopting R as a main tool for phylogenetic analyses will ease the workflow in biologists'data analyses, ensure greater scientific repeatability, and enhanc e the exchange of ideas and methodological developments. The second edition is completely updated, covering the full gamut of R packages for this area that have beenintroduced to the market since its previous publication five years ago. There is also a ne w chapter on the simulation of evolutionary data. Graduate students and researchers in evolutionary biology can use this book as areference for data analyses, whereas researchers in bioinformatics interested in evolutionary analyses will learn how to impl ement these methods in R. The book starts with a presentation of different R packages and gives a shortintroduction to R for phylogeneticists unfamiliar with this language. The basic phylogenetic topics are covered: manipulation of phylogenetic data, phyl ogeny estimation, tree drawing, phylogenetic comparative methods, and estimation ofancestral characters. The chapter on tree drawing uses R's powerful graphical environment. A section deals with the analysis of diversification with phylogenies, one of the author's favorite research topics. The last chapter is devotedto the development of phylogenetic methods with R and interfaces with other languages (C and C++). Some exercises conclude these chap
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Contents:Introduction
First Steps in R for Phylogeneticists
Phylogenetic Data in R
Plotting Phylogenies
Phylogeny Estimation
Analysis of Macroevolution with Phylogenies
Simulating Phylogenies and Evolutionary Data
Developing and Implementing Phylogenetic Methods in R
Short Course on Regular Expressions
ISBN:9781461417439
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Keywords: Life sciences , Bioinformatics , Evolution (Biology) , Statistics
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Title:Singularities in Elliptic Boundary Value Problems and Elasticity and Their Connection with Failure Initiation [electronic resource]
Author(s): Zohar Yosibash
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This introductory and self-contained book gathers as much explicit mathematical results on the linear-elastic and heat-conduction solutions in the neighborhood of singular points in two-dimensional domains, and singular edgesand vertices in three-dim ensional domains. These are presented in an engineering terminology for practical usage. The author treats the mathematical formulations from an engineering viewpoint and presents high-orderfinite-element methods for the computation of singular solutions in isotropic and anisotropic materials, and multi-material interfaces. The proper interpretation of the results in engineering practice is advocated, so that thecomputed data can be correlated to experimental observations. The book is divided into fourte en chapters, each containing several sections. Most of it (the first nine Chapters) addresses two-dimensional domains, where only singularpoints exist. The solution in a vicinity of these points admits an asymptotic expansion composed of eigenpairs and as sociatedgeneralized flux/stress intensity factors (GFIFs/GSIFs), which are being computed analytically when possibleor by finite element methods otherwise. Singular points associated with weakly coupled thermoelasticity in the vicinity of singularities ar e also addressed and thermal GSIFs are computed. The computed data is important in engineeringpractice forpredicting failure initiation in brittlematerials on a daily basis. Several failure lawsfor two-dimensional domains with V-notches arepresented and t heir validity is examined by comparison to experimentalobservations.A sufficient simple and reliable condition for predicting failureinitiation (crack formation) in micron level electronic devices, involving singularpoints, is still a topic of active rese arch and interest, and isaddressed herein. Explicit singular solutions in the vicinity of vertices and edges in three-dimensional domains are provided in the rem
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ISBN:9781461415084
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Series:Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics, 0939-6047 : v37
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science Mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanics, applied
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Title:Topological Methods in Data Analysis and Visualization [electronic resource] : Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
Author(s): Valerio Pascucci
Xavier Tricoche
Hans Hagen
Julien Tierny
Date:2011
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Topology-based methods are of increasing importance in the analysis and visualization of datasets from a wide variety of scientific domains such as biology, physics, engineering, and medicine. Current challenges of topology-basedtechniques include th e management of time-dependent data, the representation large and complex datasets, the characterization of noise and uncertainty, the effective integration of numerical methods with robust combinatorialalgorithms, etc. While there is an increasing number of high-quality publications in this field, many fundamental questions remain unsolved. New focused efforts are needed in a variety of techniques ranging from the theoreticalfoundations of topological models, algorithmic issues related to the representat ion power of computer-based implementations as well as their computational efficiency, user interfaces for presentation of quantitative topologicalinformation, and the development of new techniques for systematic mapping of science problems in topological constructs that can be solved computationally. The editors have brought together the most prominent and best recognizedresearchers in the field of topology-based data analysis and visualization for a joint discussion and scientific exchange of the latest results in the field. The 2009 TopoInVis workshop in Snowbird, Utah, follows the two successfulworkshops in 2005 (Budmerice, Slovakia) and 2007 (Leipzig, Germany)
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Contents:Foundations of Computational Topology
Hierarchical Topological Data
Structures
Topological Feature Extraction Algorithms
Applications in Scientific Data Analysis and Visualization
Topological Analysis of Large
Scale Scientific Data
Indices
ISBN:9783642150142
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Series:Mathematics and Visualization, 1612-3786
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer graphics , Visualization , Geometry , Topology , Engineering , Mechanical engineering
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Title:Introduction to Stochastic Programming [electronic resource]
Author(s): John R Birge
Franois Louveaux
Date:2011
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:The aim of stochastic programming is to find optimal decisions in problems which involve uncertain data. This field is currently developing rapidly with contributions from many disciplines including operations research,mathematics, and probability. A t the same time, it is now being applied in a wide variety of subjects ranging from agriculture to financial planning and from industrial engineering to computer networks. This textbook provides a firstcourse in stochastic programming suitable for student s with a basic knowledge of linear programming, elementary analysis, and probability. The authors aim to present a broad overview of the main themes and methods of the subject. Itsprime goal is to help students develop an intuition on how to model uncerta inty into mathematical problems, what uncertainty changes bring to the decision process, and what techniques help to manage uncertainty in solving the problems.In this extensively updated new edition there is more material on methods and examples includin g several new approaches for discrete variables, new results on risk measures in modeling and Monte Carlo sampling methods, a new chapter onrelationships to other methods including approximate dynamic programming, robust optimization and online methods. T he book is highly illustrated with chapter summaries and many examples and exercises. Students, researchers andpractitioners in operations research and the optimization area will find it particularly of interest. Review of First Edition: The discussion on modeling issues, the large number of examples used to illustrate the material, and thebreadth of the coverage make'Introduction to Stochastic Programming' an ideal textbook for the area. (Interfaces, 1998)
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Contents:Introduction and Examples
Uncertainty and Modeling Issues
Basic Properties and Theory
The Value of Information and the Stochastic Solution
Two
Stage Recourse Problems
Multistage Stochastic Programs
Stochastic Integer Programs
Evaluating and Approximating Expectations
Monte Carlo Methods
Multistage Approximations
Sample Distribution Functions
References
ISBN:9781461402374
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Series:Springer Series in Operations Research and Financial Engineering, 1431-8598
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical optimization , Mathematical statistics
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Title:Mathematical and Numerical Modelling of Heterostructure Semiconductor Devices: From Theory to Programming [electronic resource]
Author(s): E.A.B Cole
Date:2009
Publisher:London : Springer London
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Note:The commercial development of novel semiconductor devices requires that their properties be examined as thoroughly and rapidly as possible. These properties are investigated by obtaining numerical solutions of the highlynonlinear coupled set of equat ions which govern their behaviour. In particular, the existence of interfaces between different material layers in heterostructures means that quantum solutions must be found in the quantum wells which areformed at these interfaces. This book presents som e of the mathematical and numerical techniques associated with the investigation. It begins with introductions to quantum and statistical mechanics. Later chapters then cover finitedifferences multigrids upwinding techniques simulated annealing mesh gener ation and the reading of computer code in C++ these chapters are self-contained, and do not rely on the reader having met these topics before. The authorexplains how the methods can be adapted to the specific needs of device modelling, the advantages and disadvantages of each method, the pitfalls to avoid, and practical hints and tips for successful implementation. Sections of computercode are included to illustrate the methods used. Written for anyone who is interested in learning about, or refreshing th eir knowledge of, some of the basic mathematical and numerical methods involved in device modelling, this book issuitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, lecturers and researchers working in the fields of electrical engineering and semic onductor device physics, and for students of other mathematical and physical disciplinesstarting out in device modelling
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Contents:Part I Overview and physical equations
1 Overview of device modeling
2 Quantum mechanics
3 Equilibrium thermodynamics and statistical mechanics
4 Density of states and applications 1
5 Density of states and applications 2
6 The transport equations and the device equations
Part II Mathematical and numerical methods
7 Basic approximation and numerical methods
8 Fermi and associated integrals
9 The upwinding method
10 Solution of equations: the Newton and reduced method
11 Solution of equations: the phaseplane method
12 Solution of equations: the mul
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical physics , Engineering mathematics
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Title:Python Scripting for Computational Science [electronic resource]
Author(s): Hans Petter Langtangen
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The goal of this book is to teach computational scientists how to develop tailored, flexible, and human-efficient working environments built from small programs (scripts) written in the easy-to-learn, high-level language Python.The focus is on exampl es and applications of relevance to computational scientists: gluing existing applications and tools, e.g. for automating simulation, data analysis, and visualization steering simulations and computationalexperiments equipping old programs with graphical user interfaces making computational Web applications and creating interactive interfaces with a Maple/Matlab-like syntax to numerical applications in C/C++ or Fortran. In short,scripting with Python makes you much more productive, increases the reliabili ty of your scientific work and lets you have more fun - on Unix, Windows and Macintosh. All the tools and examples in this book are open source codes. Thethird edition is compatible with the new NumPy implementation and features updated information, corre ction of errors, and improved associated software tools
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ISBN:9783540739166
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Series:Texts in Computational Science and Engineering, 1611-0994 : v3
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Keywords: Mathematics , Software engineering , Computer science , Engineering
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Title:Simulation and Inference for Stochastic Differential Equations [electronic resource] : With R Examples
Author(s): Stefano M Iacus
Date:2008
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This book is unique because of its focus on the practical implementation of the simulation and estimation methods presented. The book will be useful to practitioners and students with only a minimal mathematical backgroundbecause of the many R progra ms, and to more mathematically-educated practitioners. Many of the methods presented in the book have not been used much in practice because the lack of an implementation in a unified framework. This bookfills the gap. With the R code included in this boo k, a lot of useful methods become easy to use for practitioners and students. An R package called sde provides functions with easy interfaces ready to be used on empirical datafrom real life applications. Although it contains a wide range of results, the book has an introductory character and necessarily does not cover the whole spectrum of simulation and inference for general stochastic differentialequations. The book is organized into four chapters. The first one introduces the subject and presents seve ral classes of processes used in many fields of mathematics, computational biology, finance and the social sciences. The secondchapter is devoted to simulation schemes and covers new methods not available in other publications. The third one focuses on pa rametric estimation techniques. In particular, it includes exact likelihood inference, approximated andpseudo-likelihood methods, estimating functions, generalized method of moments, and other techniques. The last chapter contains miscellaneous topics lik e nonparametric estimation, model identification and change point estimation. Thereader who is not an expert in the R language will find a concise introduction to this environment focused on the subject of the book. A documentation page is available at th e end of the book for each R function presented in the book.Stefano M. Iacus is associate professor of Probability and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Milan, Department of Economics, Busi
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Contents:Stochastic processes and stochastic differential equations
Numerical methods for SDE
Parametric estimation
Miscellaneous topics
ISBN:9780387758398
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Keywords: Statistics , Computer simulation , Finance , Computer science Mathematics , Mathematical statistics , Econometrics
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Title:Variational Problems in Materials Science [electronic resource]
Author(s): Gianni Maso
Antonio DeSimone
Franco Tomarelli
Date:2006
Publisher:Basel : Birkhuser Basel
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Note:This volume contains the proceedings of the international workshop Variational Problems in Materials Science, which was jointly organized by the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste and by the Dipartimentodi Matematica ``Franc esco Brioschi'' of the Politecnico di Milano. The conference took place at SISSA from September 6 to 10, 2004. The study of variational problems in materials science has a long history, and it has contributed a lotin shaping our understanding on how mater ials work and perform. There is, however, a recent renewed interest in this subject as a consequence of the fruitful interaction between mathematical analysis and the modelling of new,technologically advanced materials. On one hand, a sizable group of ana lysts has found in materials science a valuable source of inspiration for new variational theories and interesting problems. On the other hand, workers in thefields of theoretical, applied, and computational mechanics are increasingly using innovative var iational techniques. The workshop intended to review some of the recent advances stemming from the successful interaction between the twocommunities, and to identify promising areas for further cooperation. Talks were devoted to a wide spectrum of analyti cal techniques and of physical systems and phenomena. They included the study of BV vector fields, path functionalsover Wasserstein spaces, variational approaches to quasi-static evolution, free-discontinuity problems with applications to fracture and pla sticity, systems with hysteresis or with interfacial energies, evolution of interfaces,multi-scale analysis in ferromagnetism and ferroelectricity, variational techniques for the study of crystal plasticity, of dislocations, and of concentrations in Ginzb urg-Landau functionals, concentrated contact interactions, andphase transitions in biaxial liquid crystals. This volume collects contributions authored or co-authored by 11 of the 20 speakers invited to
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Series:Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications : v68
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential equations, partial , Computer science Mathematics , Computer science , Mathematical optimization
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Title:Python Scripting for Computational Science [electronic resource]
Author(s): Hans Petter Langtangen
Date:2006
Edition:Second Edition
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The goal of this book is to teach computational scientists how to develop tailored, flexible, and human-efficient working environments built from small programs (scripts) written in the easy-to-learn, high-level language Python.The focus is on exampl es and applications of relevance to computational scientists: gluing existing applications and tools, e.g. for automating simulation, data analysis, and visualization steering simulations and computationalexperiments equipping old programs with graphical user interfaces making computational Web applications and creating interactive interfaces with a Maple/Matlab-like syntax to numerical applications in C/C++ or Fortran. In short,scripting with Python makes you much more productive, increases the reliabili ty of your scientific work and lets you have more fun - on Unix, Windows and Macintosh. All the tools and examples in this book are open source codes. Thethird edition is compatible with the new NumPy implementation and features updated information, corre ction of errors, and improved associated software tools
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Keywords: Mathematics , Software engineering , Computer science
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Title:Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics XVI [electronic resource]
Author(s): David P Landau
Steven P Lewis
Heinz-Bernd Schtler
Date:2006
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This status report features the most recent developments in the field, spanning a wide range of topical areas in the computer simulation of condensed matter/materials physics. Both established and new topics are included, rangingfrom the statistical mechanics of classical magnetic spin models to electronic structure calculations, quantum simulations, and simulations of soft condensed matter. The book presents new physical results as well as novel methods ofsimulation and data analysis. Highlights of this volume include various aspects of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, studies of properties of real materials using both classical model simulations and electronic structurecalculations, and the use of computer simulations in teaching
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Contents:Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics: An Introduction
Shake, Rattle or Roll: Things to do with a Granular Mixture on a Computer. A New Method of Investigating Equilibrium Properties from Nonequilibrium Work
Numerical Simulations of Critical Dynamics Far from Equilibrium
Entropy Driven Phase
Separation
Supercooled Liquids under Shear: Computational Approach
Optimizing Glasses with Extremal Dynamics
Stochastic Collision Molecular Dynamics Simulations for Ion Transfer Across Liquid
Liquid Interfaces
Generalized
Ensemble Simulations of Small Proteins
A Bi
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Keywords: Mathematical physics , Condensed matter
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Title:Analysis and Numerics for Conservation Laws [electronic resource]
Author(s): Gerald Warnecke
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The priority research program Analysis and Numerics for Conservation Laws was funded by the German research foundation Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) for a period of six years starting in 1997. The diversity of topics,represented in the presen t book, was one of the strengths of the research program. Research groups of very different background, most of which were interacting for the first time, contributed to this interdisciplinary work. The presentbook contains contributions from interlinked participating projects ranging from the analysis of hyperbolic systems of first order partial differential equations, the development of improved numerical methods for these equations toapplications in astrophysics and engineering. It aims at conveying th eir results achieved in the program to readers outside of their own particular field. The book contains a large number of figures and a number of color plates. Thereader can find an up-to-date presentation of many current research topics in the field
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Contents:Wave Processes at Interfaces
Numerics for Magnetoplasmadynamic Propulsion
Hexagonal Kinetic Models and the Numerical Simulation of Kinetic Boundary Layers
High
resolution Simulation of Detonations with Detailed Chemistry
Numerical Linear Stability Analysis for Compressible Fluids
Simulation of Solar Radiative Magneto
Convection
Riemann Problem for the Euler Equation with Non
Convex Equation of State including Phase Transitions
Radiation Magnetohydrodynamics: Analysis for Model Problems and Efficient 3d
Simulations for the Full System
Kinetic Schemes for Selected Initial
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Keywords: Mathematics , Global analysis (Mathematics) , Computer science Mathematics , Numerical analysis , Thermodynamics , Astrophysics , Hydraulic engineering
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Title:The Basics of S-PLUS [electronic resource]
Author(s): Andreas Krause
Melvin Olson
Date:2005
Edition:Fourth Edition
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This book explains the basics of S-PLUS in a clear style at a level suitable for people with little computing or statistical knowledge. Unlike the manuals, it is not comprehensive, but instead introduces the most important ideasof S-PLUS and R, its c ompanion in implementing the S language. The authors take the reader on a journey into the world of interactive computing, data exploration, and statistical analysis. They explain how to approach data sets andteach the corresponding S-PLUS commands. A col lection of exercises summarizes the main ideas of each chapter. The exercises are accompanied by solutions that are worked out in full detail, and the code is ready to use and to bemodified. The volume is rounded off with practical hints on how efficient work can be performed in S-PLUS, for example by pointing out how to set up a good working environment and how to integrate S-PLUS with office products. The bookis well suited for self-study and as a textbook. It serves as an introduction to S-PLUS as well as R. A separate chapter points out the major differences between R and S-PLUS. Over the last editions, the book has been updated to coverimportant changes like the inclusion of S Language Version 4, Trellis graphics, a graphical user interface, and many useful tips and tricks. The fourth edition is based on S-PLUS Version 7.0 for Windows and UNIX and has been updatedand revised accordingly
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Contents:Introduction
Graphical user interfaces
A first session
A second session
Graphics
Trellis graphics
Exploring data
Statistical modeling
Programming
Object
Oriented programming
Input and output
Tips and tricks
S
PLUS internals
Information sources on and around S
PLUS
R
Bibliography
ISBN:9780387283906
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Keywords: Statistics , Computer science , Bioinformatics , Computer science Mathematics , Mathematical statistics , Econometrics
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Title:Developing Statistical Software in Fortran 95 [electronic resource]
Author(s): David R Lemmon
Joseph L Schafer
Date:2005
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Many books teach computational statistics. Until now, however, none has shown how to write a good program. This book gives statisticians, biostatisticians and methodologically-oriented researchers the tools they need to develophigh-quality statistica l software. Topics include how to Program in Fortran 95 using a pseudo object-oriented style Write accurate and efficient computational procedures Create console applications Build dynamic-link libraries (DLLs)and Windows-based software components Develop graphical user interfaces (GUIs). Through detailed examples, readers are shown how to call Fortran procedures from packages including Excel, SAS, SPSS, S-PLUS, R, and MATLAB. They are evengiven a tutorial on creating GUIs for Fortran computational code u sing Visual Basic.NET. This book is for those who want to learn how to create statistical applications quickly and effectively. Prior experience with a programminglanguage such as Basic, Fortran or C is helpful but not required. More experienced programme rs will learn new strategies to harness the power of modern Fortran and the object-oriented paradigm. This may serve as a supplementary textfor a graduate course on statistical computing. David R. Lemmon is a Research Associate at The Methodology Center i n The Pennsylvania State University's College of Health and Human Development. He holds a Ph.D. in MechanicalEngineering from the University of Cincinnati. His areas of previous work include finite element analysis, automobile crash simulation, and biomec hanical modeling of the diabetic foot. Since 2001, he has served as the Center's SeniorStatistical Programmer, managing the creation of new statistical software for research and education. Joseph L. Schafer is Associate Professor in the Department of Stat istics at The Pennsylvania State University and a PrincipalInvestigator at The Methodology Center. He holds a Ph.D. in Statistics from Harvard University. His areas of research include statistical metho
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Contents:Motivation
to Modern Fortran
A Pseudo Object
Oriented Style
Implementing Computational Routines
Developing a Console Application
Creating and Using Dynamic
Link Libraries
Creating COM Servers
Creating COM Clients
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Keywords: Statistics , Electronic data processing , Computer science Mathematics , Computer science , Mathematical statistics
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Title:Computer Speech Recognition, Compression, Synthesis
Author(s): Manfred R Schroeder
Date:2004
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (379 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-06384-2
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. A Brief History of Speech -- 3. Speech Recognition and Speaker Identification -- 4. Speech Dialogue Systems and Natural Language Processing -- 5. Speech Compression -- 6. Speech Synthesis -- 7. Speech Production
-- 8. The Speech Signal -- 9. Hearing -- 10. Binaural Hearing — Listening with Both Ears -- 11. Basic Signal Concepts -- A. Acoustic Theory and Modeling of the Vocal Tract -- B. Direct Relations Between Cepstrum and Predictor
Coefficients -- References -- General Reading -- Selected Journals -- A Sampling of Societies and Major Meetings -- Glossary of Speech and Computer Terms -- Name Index -- The Author
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Keywords: Physics , User interfaces (Computer systems) , Computational linguistics , Acoustics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Physics, general , Acoustics , User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction , Language Translation and Linguistics , Communications Engineering, Networks
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Title:Python Scripting for Computational Science
Author(s): Hans Petter Langtangen
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (732 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05450-5
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Getting Started with Python Scripting -- 3 Basic Python -- 4 Numerical Computing in Python -- 5 Combining Python with Fortran, C, and C++ -- 6 Introduction to GUI Programming -- 7 Web Interfaces and CGI Programming
-- 8 Advanced Python -- 9 Fortran Programming with NumPy Arrays -- 10 C and C++ Programming with NumPy Arrays -- 11 More Advanced GUI Programming -- 12 Tools and Examples -- A Setting up the Required Software Environment -- A.1
Installation on Unix Systems -- A.1.1 A Suggested Directory Structure -- A.1.2 Setting Some Environment Variables -- A.1.3 Installing Tcl/Tk and Additional Modules -- A.1.4 Installing Python -- A.1.5 Installing Python Modules -- A.1.6
Installing Gnuplot -- A.1.7 Installing SWIG -- A.1.8 Summary of Environment Variables -- A.1.9 Testing the Installation of Scripting Utilities -- A.2 Installation on Windows Systems -- B Elements of Software Engineering -- B.1 Building
and Using Modules -- B.1.1 Single-File Modules -- B.1.2 Multi-File Modules -- B.1.3 Debugging and Troubleshooting -- B.2 Tools for Documenting Python Software -- B.2.1 Doc Strings -- B.2.2 Tools for Automatic Documentation -- B.3
Coding Standards -- B.3.1 Style Guide -- B.3.2 Pythonic Programming -- B.4 Verification of Scripts -- B.4.1 Automating Regression Tests -- B.4.2 Implementing a Tool for Regression Tests -- B.4.3 Writing a Test Script -- B.4.4 Verifying
Output from Numerical Computations -- B.4.5 Automatic Doc String Testing -- B.4.6 Unit Testing -- B.5 Version Control Management -- B.5.1 Getting Started with CVS -- B.5.2 Building Scripts to Simplify the Use of CVS -- B.6 Exercises
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Keywords: Mathematics , Software engineering , Computer mathematics , Physics , Computational intelligence , Mathematics , Computational Science and Engineering , Numerical and Computational Physics , Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems , Computational Intelligence
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Title:Communities and Technologies Proceedings of the First International Conference on Communities and Technologies C&T 2003
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (484 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-017-0115-0
Contents:How Practice Matters: A Relational View of Knowledge Sharing -- Structural Analysis of Communities of Practice: An Investigation of Job Title, Location and Management Intention -- Episteme or Practice? Differentiated Communitarian
Structures in a Biology Laboratory -- We Can See You: A Study of Communities’ Invisible People through ReachOut -- Email as Spectroscopy: Automated Discovery of Community Structure within Organizations -- Multimedia Fliers: Information
Sharing with Digital Community Bulletin Boards -- Knowledge Sharing in Knowledge Communities -- Uses of Information Sources in an Internet-Era Firm: Online and Offline -- Communities and Other Social Structures for Knowledge Sharing —
A Case Study in an Internet Consultancy Company -- Intranets and Local Community: ‘Yes, an intranet is all very well, but do we still get free beer and barbeque?’ -- Learning and Collaboration across Generations in a Community -- The
African Dream — A Pan-African E-Community Project -- The Role of Social Capital in Regional Technological Innovation: Seeing both the Wood and the Trees -- Weak Ties in Networked Communities -- A Bayesian Computational Model of Social
Capital in Virtual Communities -- I-DIAG: From Community Discussion to Knowledge Distillation -- The Role of Knowledge Artifacts in Innovation Management: The Case of a Chemical Compound Designer CoP -- Supporting an Experiment of a
Community Support System: Community Analysis and Maintenance Functions in the Public Opinion Channel -- Patients’ Online Communities Experiences of Emergent Swedish Self-Help on the Internet -- When Users Push Back: Oppositional New
Media and Community -- Babel in the International Café: A Respectful Critique -- Synchronizing Asynchronous Collaborative Learners -- Community Support in Universities — The Drehscheibe Project -- Adding Connectivity and Loosing
Context with ICT: Contrasting Learning Situations from a Community of Practice Perspective
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Keywords: Physics , Management , Computer science , User interfaces (Computer systems) , Science , Social sciences , Physics , Societal Aspects of Physics , Computer Science, general , Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) , Management , User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction , Social Sciences, general
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Title:Interface and Transport Dynamics Computational Modelling
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (437 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-07969-0
Contents:I INTERFACE DYNAMICS: Phenomenology and Modelling -- Melting Kinetics of Prolate Spheroidal Crystals -- Deterministic Behaviour in Sidebranching Development -- Growth Dynamics during Solidification of Undercooled Melts --
Thermodynamics of Diffuse Interfaces -- Computer Investigation of the Influence of the Internal Structure Topology on the Percolation Process in Two- and Three-Dimensional Inhomogeneous Systems -- Electron Transport of Nanoperm Alloys
-- Self-Organized Formation of Fractal and Regular Pores in Semiconductors -- Evolution and Shapes of Dunes -- Morphogenesis of Growing Amorphous Films -- II INTERFACE DYNAMICS: Modelling and Simulation -- Density Effects and Fluid
Flow in Phase-field Models -- A Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Mesoscopic Calculation of Anisotropic Crystal Growth -- A Phase-field Model for the Solidification Process in Multicomponent Alloys -- Planar Solidification from
Undercooled Melt: An Approximation of a Dilute Binary Alloy for a Phase-field Model -- Initial Transients in the Symmetric Model for Directional Solidification -- Dynamics of a Faceted Nematic-Smectic B Front in Thin-Sample Directional
Solidification -- Last Stage Solidification of Alloys: A Theoretical Study of Dendrite Arm and Grain Coalescence -- Phase-field Modeling of Eutectic Solidification: From Oscillations to Invasion -- Phase-field Theory of Nucleation and
Growth in Binary Alloys -- Modelling of Phase Transformations in Titanium Alloys with a Phase-field Model -- Spreading of Liquid Monolayers: From Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations to Continuum Limit -- A Multi-mesh Finite Element Method
for Phase-field Simulations -- Transport of Point Defects in Growing Si Crystals -- Atomistic Simulation of Transport Phenomena in Simple and Complex Fluids and Fluid Mixtures -- Unusual Viscosity Feature in Spinodal Decomposition
Under Shear Flow -- Micro-macro Approach to Cluster Formation in Granular Media -- III Transport -- Urban Transport Phenomena in the Street Canyon -- Walker Behaviour Modelling by Differential Games -- Investigations of Vibrations in
the Complex Dynamical Systems of Transmission Pipelines -- Information in Intelligent Transportation System -- Experiments on Route Choice Behaviour -- Transport Out of a Gravitationally Stable Layer with the Help of a Faster Diffusing
Substance: PDE Simulations and Scaling Laws -- Microscopic Parameters and Macroscopic Features of Traffic Flow -- An Adaptive Smoothing Method for Traffic State Identification from Incomplete Information -- Probabilistic Description of
Nucleation in Vapours and on Roads -- Cellular Automata Simulation of Collective Phenomena in Pedestrian Dynamics -- Modeling, Simulation and Observations for Freeway Traffic and Pedestrian -- Testing Traffic Flow Models
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Keywords: Computer science , Computer communication systems , Computer mathematics , Physics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Thermodynamics , Heat engineering , Heat transfer , Mass transfer , Computer Science , Computer Communication Networks , Computational Science and Engineering , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’03 Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 2003
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (478 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55876-4
Contents:Earth Sciences -- High-Resolution Studies of Transport Processes in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Using the Synergy of Large Eddy Simulation and Measurements of Advanced Lidar Systems -- High Resolution Climate Change Simulation for
Central Europe -- Water on Mars -- Viscosity Stratification and a 3-D Compressible Spherical Shell Model of Mantle Evolution -- Physics -- Collisional Dynamics of Black Holes, Star Clusters and Galactic Nuclei -- Formation and
Propagation of Jets Around Compact Objects -- Large Scale Simulations of Jets in Dense and Magnetised Environments -- Crack Propagation in Icosahedral Model Quasicrystals -- Structure and Spectrum of Poly-Porphyrin -- How Do Droplets
Depend on the System Size? Droplet Condensation and Nucleation in Small Simulation Cells -- Solid State Physics -- Numerical Studies of Collective Effects in Nano-Systems -- Gas-Phase Epitaxy Grown InP(001) Surfaces From Real-Space
Finite-Difference Calculations -- Amorphous Silica at Surfaces and Interfaces: Simulation Studies -- Quantum Monte-Carlo Simulations of Correlated Bosonic and Fermionic Systems -- Ab initio Simulation of Clusters: Modeling the
Deposition Dynamics and the Catalytic Properties of PdN on MgO Surface F-Centers -- Reactive Flows -- DNS of Turbulent Premixed CO/H2/Air Flames -- Transition from Stationary to Rotating Bound States of Dissipative Solitons --
Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Investigation of the Flow Randomization Process in a Transitional Boundary Layer -- Numerical Simulation of 3D Unsteady Heat Transfer at Strongly Deformed Droplets at High Reynolds Numbers -- 3D
Simulations of Supersonic Chemically Reacting Flows -- Numerical Investigation of Semi-Turbulent Pipe Flow -- Numerical Simulation of Forced Breakup of a Liquid Jet -- The Effect of Impinging Wakes on the Boundary Layer of a
Thin-Shaped Turbine Blade -- Numerical High Lift Research II -- Prediction of the Model Deformation of a High Speed Transport Aircraft Type Wing by Direct Aeroelastic Simulation -- Rayleigh-Bénard Convection at Large Aspect Ratios --
Chemistry -- Quantum Chemical Calculations of Transition Metal Complexes -- Quantum Mechanical Studies of Boron Clustering in Silicon -- Protonation States of Methionine Aminopeptidase Studied by QM/MM Car-Parrinello Molecular Dynamics
Simulations -- Molecular Transport Through Single Molecules -- Computer Science -- Towards a Holistic Understanding of the Human Genome by Determination and Integration of Its Sequential and Three-Dimensional Organization -- Efficient
and Object-Oriented Libraries for Particle Simulations -- SKaMPI — Including More Complex Communication Patterns -- Performance Analysis Using the PARbench Benchmark System
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemoinformatics , Computer science , Computer mathematics , Physics , Computational intelligence , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Numerical and Computational Physics , Computer Applications in Chemistry , Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science , Computational Intelligence , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:Computer Algebra Handbook Foundations · Applications · Systems
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (637 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55826-9
Contents:1 Development, Characterization, Prospects -- 1.1 Historical Remarks -- 1.2 General Characterization -- 1.3 Impact on Education -- 1.4 Impact on Research -- 1.5 Computer Algebra — Today and Tomorrow -- 2 Topics of Computer Algebra --
2.1 Exact Arithmetic -- 2.2 Algorithms for Polynomials and Power Series -- 2.3 Linear Algebra -- 2.4 Constructive Methods of Number Theory -- 2.5 Algorithms of Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry -- 2.6 Algorithmic Aspects of
the Theory of Algebras -- 2.7 Computational Group Theory -- 2.8 Algorithms of Representation Theory -- 2.9 Algebraic Methods for Constructing Discrete Structures -- 2.10 Summation and Integration -- 2.11 Symbohc Methods for
DiflFerential Equations -- 2.12 Symbolic/Numeric Methods -- 2.13 Algebraic Complexity Theory -- 2.14 Coding Theory and Cryptography -- 2.15 Algorithmic Methods inUniversal Algebra and Logic -- 2.16 Knowledge Representation and Abstract
Data Types -- 2.17 On the Design of Computer Algebra Systems -- 2.18 Parahel Computer Algebra Systems -- 2.19 Interfaces and Standardization -- 2.20 Hardware Implementation of Computer Algebra Algorithms -- 3 Applications of Computer
Algebra -- 3.1 Physics -- 3.2 Mathematics -- 3.3 Computer Science -- 3.4 Engineering -- 3.5 Chemistry -- 3.6 Computer Algebra in Education -- 4 Computer Algebra Systems -- 4.1 General Purpose Systems -- 4.2 Special Purpose Systems --
4.3 Packages -- 5 Meetings and Publications -- 5.1 Conferences and Proceedings -- 5.2 Books on Computer Algebra -- Cited References -- Index for Authors’ Contributions
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Algebra , Algorithms , Computer software , Mathematics , Mathematical Software , Algebra , Algorithms , Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation
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Title:Hierarchical and Geometrical Methods in Scientific Visualization
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (367 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55787-3
Contents:Dataflow and Remapping for Wavelet Compression and View-dependent Optimization of Biflion-triangle Isosurfaces -- Extraction of Crack-free Isosurfaces from Adaptive Mesh Refinement Data -- Edgebreaker on a Corner Table: A Simple
Technique for Representing and Compressing Triangulated Surfaces -- Efficient Error Calculation for Multiresolution Texture-based Volume Visualization -- Hierarchical Spline Approximations -- Terrain Modeling Using Voronoi Hierarchies
-- Multiresolution Representation of Datasets with Material Interfaces -- Approaches to Interactive Visualization of Large-scale Dynamic Astrophysical Environments -- Data Structures for Multiresolution Representation of Unstructured
Meshes -- Scaling the Topology of Symmetric, Second-Order Planar Tensor Fields -- Simplification of Nonconvex Tetrahedral Meshes -- A Framework for Visualizing Hierarchical Computations -- Virtual-Reality Based Interactive Exploration
of Multiresolution Data -- Hierarchical Indexing for Out-of-Core Access to Multi-Resolution Data -- Mesh Fairing Based on Harmonic Mean Curvature Surfaces -- Shape Feature Extraction -- Network-based Rendering Techniques for
Large-scale Volume Data Sets -- A Data Model for Distributed Multiresolution Multisource Scientific Data -- Adaptive Subdivision Schemes for Triangular Meshes -- Hierarchical Image-based and Polygon-based Rendering for Large-Scale
Visualizations -- Appendix: Color Plates
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Keywords: Engineering , Software engineering , Computer science , Computers , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Numerical analysis , Engineering , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Applications of Mathematics , Numerical Analysis , Information Systems and Communication Service , Software Engineering , Mathematics of Computing
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Title:Advanced Topics in Computational Partial Differential Equations Numerical Methods and Diffpack Programming
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (663 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-18237-2
Contents:1 Parallel Computing -- 1.1 Introduction to Parallel Computing -- 1.2 A Different Performance Model -- 1.3 The First MPI Encounter -- 1.4 Basic Parallel Programming with Diffpack -- 1.5 Parallelizing Explicit FD Schemes -- 1.6
Parallelizing FE Computations on Unstructured Grids -- References -- Overlapping Domain Decomposition Methods -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Mathematical Formulations -- 2.3 A 1D Example -- 2.4 Some Important Issues -- 2.5 Components
of Overlapping DD Methods -- 2.6 A Generic Implementation Framework -- 2.7 Parallel Overlapping DD Methods -- 2.8 Two Application Examples -- References -- 3 Software Tools for Multigrid Methods -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Sketch of How
Multilevel Methods are Implemented in Diffpack -- 3.3 Implementing Multigrid Methods -- 3.4 Setting up an Input File -- 3.5 Playing Around with Multigrid -- 3.6 Equipping the Poisson2 Solver with Multigrid -- 3.7 Systems of Equations,
Linear Elasticity -- 3.8 Nonlinear Problems -- References -- 4 Mixed Finite Elements -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Model Problems -- 4.3 Mixed Formulation -- 4.4 Some Basic Concepts of a Finite Element -- 4.5 Some Code Examples -- 4.6
Programming with Mixed Finite Elements in a Simulator -- References -- 5 Systems of PDEs and Block Preconditioning -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Block Preconditioners in General -- 5.3 The Bidomain Equations -- 5.4 Two Saddle Point
Problems -- References -- 6 Fully Implicit Methods for Systems of PDEs -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Implementation of Solvers for PDE Systems in Diffpack -- 6.3 Problem with the Gauss-Seidel Method, by Example -- 6.4 Fully Implicit
Implementation -- 6.5 Applications -- 6.6 Conclusion -- References -- 7 Stochastic Partial Differential Equations -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Some Simple Examples -- 7.3 Solution Methods -- 7.4 Quick Overview of Diffpack Tools -- 7.5
Tools for Random Variables -- 7.6 Diffpack Tools for Random Fields -- 7.7 Summary -- 7.A Transformation of Random Variables -- 7.B Implementing a New Distribution -- References -- 8 Using Diffpack from Python Scripts -- 8.1
Introduction -- 8.2 Developing Python Interfaces to C/C++ Functions -- 8.3 Compiling and Linking Wrapper Code with Diffpack -- 8.4 Converting Data between Diffpack and Python -- 8.5 Building an Interface to a More Advanced Simulator --
8.6 Installing Python, SWIG etc -- 8.7 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 9 Performance Modeling of PDE Solvers -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Model Problems -- 9.3 Numerical Methods -- 9.4 Total CPU Time Consumption -- 9.5 Solution of
Linear Systems -- 9.6 Construction of Linear Systems -- 9.7 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 10 Electrical Activity in the Human Heart -- 10.1 The Basic Physiology -- 10.2 Outline of a Mathematical Model -- 10.3 The Bidomain Model
-- 10.4 A Complete Mathematical Model -- 10.5 Physiology of the Heart Muscle Tissue -- 10.6 The Numerical Method -- 10.7 Implementation -- 10.8 Optimization of the Simulator -- 10.9 Simulation Results -- 10.10 Concluding Remarks --
References -- 11 Mathematical Models of Financial Derivatives -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Basic Assumptions -- 11.3 Forwards and Futures -- 11.4 The Black-Scholes Analysis -- 11.5 European Call and Put Options -- 11.6 American Options
-- 11.7 Exotic Options -- 11.8 Hedging -- 11.9 Remarks -- References -- 12 Numerical Methods for Financial Derivatives -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Model Summary -- 12.3 Monte-Carlo Methods -- 12.4 Lattice Methods -- 12.5 Finite
Difference Methods -- 12.6 Finite Element Methods -- References -- 13 Finite Element Modeling of Elastic Structures -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 An Introductory Example Bar Elements -- 13.3 Another Example Beam Elements -- 13.4 General
Three-Dimensional Elasticity -- 13.5 Degrees of Freedom and Basis Functions -- 13.6 Material Types and Elasticity Matrices -- 13.7 Element Matrices in Local Coordinates -- 13.8 Element Load Vectors in Local Coordinates -- 13.9 Element
Matrices and Vectors in Global Coordinates -- 13.10 Element Forces, Stresses, and Strains -- 13.11 Implementation of Structural Elements -- 13.12 Some Example Programs -- 13.13 Test Problems -- 13.14 Summary -- References -- 14
Simulation of Aluminum Extrusion -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Mathematical Formulation -- 14.3 Finite Element Implementation -- 14.4 Object-Oriented Implementation -- 14.5 Numerical Experiments -- 14.6 Concluding Remarks -- References
-- 15 Simulation of Sedimentary Basins -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 The Geomechanical and Mathematical Problem -- 15.3 Numerical Methods -- 15.4 Implementing a Solver for a System of PDEs -- 15.5 Verification -- 15.6 A Magmatic Sill
Intrusion Case Study -- 15.7 Concluding Remarks -- References
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Partial differential equations , Computer mathematics , Mathematics , Analysis , Computational Science and Engineering , Partial Differential Equations
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Title:The Diffuse Interface Approach in Materials Science Thermodynamic Concepts and Applications of Phase-Field Models
Author(s): Heike Emmerich
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (180 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-36409-9
Contents:What Is an Interface? Interfaces in Materials Science and Beyond -- Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Multiphase Systems: Thermodynamic Potentials and Phase Diagrams -- Thermodynamic Concepts of Phase-Field Modeling -- Asymptotic Analysis
-- Application of Diffuse Interface Modeling to Hydrodynamically Driven Growth -- Application to Epitaxial Growth Involving Elasticity -- Conclusions and Perspectives
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, Monographs: 73
Keywords: Physics , Chemistry, Physical and theoretical , Computer mathematics , Thermodynamics , Condensed matter , Materials science , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Theoretical and Computational Chemistry , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Computational Science and Engineering , Thermodynamics
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Title:MATLAB® for Engineers Explained
Author(s): Fredrik Gustafsson
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (218 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4471-0029-4
Contents:1 Learning MATLAB -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Interactive computation and elementary functions -- 3 Manipulating matrices -- 4 Strings and workspace administration -- 5 Graphical illustrations -- 6 Matrix algebra and polynomials -- 7
Advanced graphics -- 8 MATLAB Scripts -- 9 MATLAB Functions -- 10 Functions of functions -- 2 Advanced Programming -- 11 Data Structures -- 12 Object Orientation -- 13 Graphical Object Orientation and User Interfaces -- 14 Optimizing
MATLAB Code -- 15 Calling C-routines from MATLAB -- 3 Applications of MATLAB -- 16 Calculus -- 17 Data interpolation -- 18 Linear Algebra -- 19 Optimization -- 20 Numerical Accuracy and Number Representation -- 21 Statistics -- 22
Control Theory and the LTI Object -- 23 Dynamical Simulation with SIMULlNK -- 24 Ordinary Differential Equations -- 25 Signal processing -- 26 Communication Systems -- 27 Documentation, presentation and animation -- A Answers to the
exercises -- B Command reference -- C Summary of mathematical functions -- D Toolbox Summaries -- E Graphics summary
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer-aided engineering , Computer software , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Electrical engineering , Mathematics , Mathematical Software , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD, CAE) and Design , Electrical Engineering , Signal, Image and Speech Processing
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Title:Hyperfine Interactions (C) Proceedings of the International Conference on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect, (ICAME 2001) September 2–7, 2001, Oxford, U.K.
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (606 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0281-3
Contents:Excitation of the Nuclear Resonance in 61Ni at 67.4 keV by Synchrotron Radiation -- Multibeam Laser Selection of Nuclides for Gamma-Laser, Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Other Practice -- Baseline Investigation in Transmission Mössbauer
Spectroscopy using Resonance Detectors -- Perforated Diamond Anvils for Research at Very High Pressures -- Nuclear Excitation of 127Iodine using Synchrotron Radiation -- Multiple Mössbauer Spectra Data Acquisition with an In-situ
Cyclic Voltammetry System -- Sapphire X-ray Resonator -- Glass Dynamics and Scaling Behaviour under Pressure using Quasielastic Nuclear Forward Scattering -- Mechanically Assisted Nitridation in the Zr-Fe System -- Structural Study of
Fe-Cr-Co Alloys Obtained by Mechanical Alloying -- A Mössbauer Study of Nanocrystallisation under Continuous Heating Conditions -- Investigation of Eu3+ Site Occupancy and Eu-O Covalency in Nanocrystalline Y2O3 by Mössbauer
Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Studies of the Tetravalent Doped Magnetite -- Mössbauer Spectra of Iron Fine Particles by Computer Simulation -- Structure and Magnetic Properties of the Fe(Co,Ni)ZrB Systems Prepared by the Rapid Quenching
and Mechanical Alloying Methods -- Mössbauer and Electrical Properties of Sulfur Doped Basalt Glass -- 129I-Mössbauer Study of Iodine-Doped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes -- 197Au Mössbauer Study of Au Nano-Particles -- Mössbauer Study
of Sm2Fe17?xSix -- Charge State of Rare Earth Ions and Glass Transition in the Glassy Al85Ni10R5 Alloys -- Magnetic Interactions between Nanoparticles of Different Materials -- Synthesis and Magnetic Properties of Magnesium-Doped
Li0.5Fe2.5O4 Nanocrystalline Particles -- Crystallization Process of ?-Fe/Nd2Fe14B Type Nanocomposite Magnet Alloys -- Mössbauer and Small Polaron Hopping Conduction Studies of Alkali Borogermanate Glasses Containing Iron -- Mössbauer
Studies of Nanosize MnFe2O4 Particles -- Advanced Double Coated Metal Particle Tapes Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Magnetic Measurements -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy on Ferromagnetic Fe2VAl -- Cems Study of 57Fe Implanted in
Diamond -- Phonon Density of States of FeNi-Invar Determined by Nuclear Inelastic Scattering -- Spin Reorientation in HoCo12B6 -- On the Magnetic Reordering of R6Fe13X Intermetallic Compounds: (R = Pr and Nd X = Si, Ge and Sn) --
Mössbauer Hyperfine Parameters of Fe-Al Alloys -- Iron Valence in Double Perovskites -- A Study of the Spin Dynamics and Mössbauer Relaxation in Sr2FeRuO6 by Monte Carlo Analysis -- Dynamics of Fe Cations in an H2SO4 Solution by
Nuclear Resonant Quasielastic Scattering -- 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopy of the Filled Skutterdite-Type Compound EuRu4P12 -- Mössbauer Study of Ni-Zn Ferrites Obtained by the Self-Propagated Method -- 57Fe Mössbauer Study of Novel
Series of Intermetallic Compounds R3(Fe1?xCox)29?yTy (R = Nd, Tb, Dy T = Ti, V) -- Crystallization and Anisotropic Hyperfine Field Fluctuation in Double Perovskite A2FeMoO6 (A = Ba, Sr, Ca) -- Mössbauer Study and Electron Transport
Properties in Co0.1Fe0.9Cr2S4 -- Electronic Properties of CuFeS2 under Pressure Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Defects and Disorder in Magnetosensitive Double Perovskite A2FeMoO6 (A = Sr, Ba) -- 170Yb Mössbauer Study of Magnetic
Ordering in Yb2Cu2O5 -- Mössbauer Study of Ba Doped Cubic Perovskite SrFeO3 -- Mössbauer and XRD Study of (Zn, Cd)xCo1?xFe2?xAlxO4 Spinel Ferrites -- Change of the Nuclear Charge Radius for the 197Au Mössbauer Resonance -- The
Magnetism of FeOCl Revisited: Observation of Low Field Spin-Flop Behavior for the Polycrystalline Form -- High Field Mössbauer Investigations of CoGa2?xFexO4 Spinels -- 57Fe Mössbauer Studies on BaFe2X3 Compounds with X = S, Se --
Mössbauer Analysis of 57Fe Substituted for Cu in 1212-Phase (Pb,Cu)Sr2(Y,Ca)Cu2Oz Superconductor -- Influence of the Statistical Fluctuation of Fe2+ Localization Upon the Tilt of Fe2+ Spin in FexNl1?xCl2 -- Evidence of Intermediate
Magnetic States in Non-Stochiometric Hematite -- Mössbauer and Magnetic Evidence for Spin Frustration in Hetero-Trinuclear Clusters -- 119Sn Mössbauer Study of the Giant Magnetocaloric Compound: Gd5Sn4 -- The Magnetic Structure of
Doped Gamma Iron Oxide -- Mössbauer and Neutron Diffraction Studies on the Magnetic Phase Transition in Antiferromagnetic FePt0.5Ir0.5 Alloy -- High-Pressure Mössbauer Study of Perovskite Iron Oxides -- Aph Induced Red Cell Oxidation
in Healthy Persons -- Structural Relaxation from X-ray Irradiated Metastable HbMET Investigated by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Potassium Ascorbate as Protective Agent in the Oxidation of the Red Blood Cells -- Dynamic Phenomena in Deoxy-
and Oxymyoglobin Investigated by Nuclear Resonant Forward Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation -- Characterization of Cytochrome c-552 from Nitrosomonas Europaea with EPR and Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- How a Blood Sucking Insect Gets its
Meal: The Ferriheme Proteins Nitrophorin 2 and 4 Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- A Study on Red Blood Cells of the Patients with Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease -- A High Pressure Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of [57FeOEPCl] --
In-Situ57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigation of the Thermal Treatment of Metal-Doped Fe3O4 -- Nuclear Resonant Forward Scattering using Synchrotron Radiation Applied to the Low-Spin Ferriheme Complex [TPPFe(NH2PzH)2]Cl -- 57Fe
Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigation of Cobalt-Substituted Lanthanum Orthoferrites -- X-Ray and Mössbauer Study of Mixed Potassium-Sodium Ferrate (VI) -- Mössbauer Studies of Bonding and Tin(II) Sublattice Softening in the Highly
Unusual Doubly Disordered Ba1?xSnxCh1+yF1?y Solid Solution -- A Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of Self-Passivation in Tin(II) Chloride Fluorides: The Special Case of the Ba1?xSnxCl1+xF1?y Solid Solution -- Variation in Spin Direction
Observed for Oxalate-Bridged Mn(II)-Fe(III) Systems -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study on xFe2O3 · (40?x)Na2O · 60P2O5 (x = 5, 20, 30) Glasses at Low Temperature -- Synthesis and 57Fe and 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopic Studies of New
Lanthanoid-Iron Complexes -- In-Beam Mössbauer Study of 57Fe Species Arising from 57Mn Implanted into KMnO4 -- 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopic and XRD Study on Some Fluorite-Type Solid Solution Systems, EuyM1?yO2?y/2 (M = Zr, Hf, Ce) --
Study on Porphyrin Complex Ligated with Azaferrocene Derivatives -- Characterization of Heavy Metal Waste Glass by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Heterobimetallic [2-(Dimethylaminomethyl)-Ferrocenyl] Derivatives Investigated with Elements
of the Fourth Maingroup -- Mössbauer Studies of Fe(II)-Nitrosyl Porphyrin Model Compounds -- Antimony-121 Mössbauer Spectra for Crown Ether Complexes of Antimony(III) Trihalides, SbX3 (crown) -- Variable Temperature 57Fe Mössbauer
Spectroscopic Studies on Ferrocenyl “Push-Pull” Molecules -- The Ca Binding to the Hull of Nixtamalized Corn Grains as Detected by 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Related Techniques -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of Iron-Containing
Sodium Borosilicate Glasses -- Investigation of the Fe3+ Luminescence in LiAlO2 Phosphors Activated with Iron -- Nickel- and Cobalt-Doped Magnetite as Catalysts on the Oxidation of CO -- Hydrogenation of HoFe2 -- Metal-Tellurium Bonds
in 3D-Transition Metal Ditellurides -- Preparation and Europium-151 Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Ca1?xEuxAl12O19 -- Spin Crossover in Fe(II) Molecular Compounds — Mössbauer and ?SR Investigations -- Investigation Into the Microstructure
of Iron-Chromium Oxyhydroxide Fine Particles -- Mössbauer Spectral Study of Two Layered Honeycomb Molecular Magnets: PPh4FeIIFeIII(ox)3 and NBu4FeIIFeIII(ox)3 -- Mössbauer Studies on the Metallic Phases of Al Kidirate and New Halfa
Meteorites -- 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopic Investigation of Some Coals of Geographically Different Provenance and their Fly Ashes -- The Aging Process in Ceramics -- Chemical Dynamics of Fe Compounds in Brazilian Mangrove Sediments
Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Spectrmetry to Study Diagenetical Processes of Red Beds and Sand Dikes in the Vallès-Penedès Half Graben -- Mössbauer Investigation of Biologically-Induced Mineralization Processes -- Two
Magnetic Transitions at Lower Temperature in (Fe1?xMex)2SiS4-Thioolivines, Me = Mg or Mn -- A Mössbauer Study of Meteorites — A Possible Criterion to Identify Meteorites from the Same Parent Body? -- Mössbauer Study of Brazilian
Emeralds -- Key Role of the Kinetics of ?-FeOOH Bioreduction on the Formation of Fe(II-III) Minerals -- Mössbauer Spectra of Circumstellar Silicate Dust Analogs Used as a Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst -- Rock Paintings Fron Minas Gerais,
Brazil Investigated by In-Situ Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Trends in Atmospheric Iron Measured by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Energetic Heavy Iron Radiation Effect in Brazilian Emeralds -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study on Characterization
of Iron in the Permian to Triassic Deep Sea Chert from Japan -- Iron Mineral Modifications in the Sand Fraction of a Subtropical Soil from Argentina -- Mössbauer and X-Ray Diffraction Study of Mackinawite FeS1?x Air Oxidation --
Characterization of Iron Sulphides from Ore Mining Projects -- Magnetic Characterization of Sediments of Urban Supply Lakes in São Paulo, Brazil -- Mössbauer Investigation on Ti-Garnets from Different Geological Environments --
Mössbauer Study of Iron Sulfide Crystallization Processes -- Fe-Ni Metal Structures of Mesosiderites Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Weathering of Volcanic Material from Perhumid Costa Rica Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy, INAA
and XRD -- The Leaching of A Sulphide Ore — A Mössbauer and SEM Perspective -- Sicán Kilns and Furnaces: Field Firings and Archaeometric Studies -- 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Coal with Different Caloric Values -- Study of
Oxide-Support Interactions in Silica-Supported Iron Oxide Precursors -- On-Line and In-Situ Identification of Air Pollution -- Cems Study of Corrosion Pr
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Condensed matter , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Inorganic Chemistry , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Title:Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2000
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (656 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04784-2
Contents:Plenary talks -- Minisymposia: Finance Fuel pipelines Image processing: linear and nonlinear techniques Information and communication technologies Kinetic transport in semiconductor devices Liquid/solid phase transictions and
interfaces Mathematical problems in glass industry Microelectronics Models of highway traffic Models from the texile industry Numerical methods for hyperbolic and kinetic equations Problems of charge transport in semiconductor
nanostructures Polymers Some applications of fluid and gas dynamics Teaching of industrial mathematics at ECMI centers -- Contributed talks
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Series:Mathematics in Industry, The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry: 1
Keywords: Business , Operations research , Decision making , Computer science , Economics, Mathematical , Computer mathematics , Computational intelligence , Public finance , Business and Management , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Mathematics of Computing , Public Economics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Quantitative Finance , Computational Intelligence
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Title:Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics XIV Proceedings of the Fourteenth Workshop, Athens, GA, USA, February 19–24, 2001
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (276 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59406-9
Contents:1 Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics: An Introduction -- I Nonequilibrium and Dynamical Behavior -- 2 Nonequilibrium Energy Transport in Multiphase System -- 3 Dynamics of Dislocations in a Two-dimensional System
-- 4 Recent Development in Nonequilibrium Relaxation Method -- 5 Dynamic Phase Diagram for a Periodically Driven Kinetic Ising Ferromagnet: Finite-size Scaling Evidence for the Absence of a Tri-critical Point -- 6 First-Principles
Parameter Estimation for Dynamic Monte Carlo of a Lattice-Gas Model -- II Clusters, Films, and Interfaces -- 7 Gold Microclusters (Aun n = 3–13): A Molecular Dynamics Computer Simulation -- 8 On the Ground State Structure of Adsorbed
Monolayers: Can One Find them by Monte Carlo Simulation? -- 9 Simulation of the Early Stages of Growth on a Patterned Substrate -- 10 Ions and Other Solutes at the Ice/Water Interface -- 11 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Droplet
Spreading Process for Metallic Phases: The Low Energy Cluster-Substrate Impacts -- 12 Universal Expression for Blocking Cone Size in Low Energy Ion Scattering Based on MD Simulations -- III Phase Transitions -- 13 Critical Phenomena at
the Surface of Systems Undergoing a Bulk First Order Transition: Are They Understood? -- 14 Analysis of the Density of Partition Function Zeroes: A Measure for Phase Transition Strength -- 15 The Spectrum of Eigenvalues in the
Renormalization Group Theory of Phase Transitions -- IV New Methods and Approaches -- 16 Methods for Computing Density of States for Statistical Mechanical Models -- 17 New Cluster Method for the Ising Model -- 18 Low Temperature
Dynamic Monte Carlo Simulations with a Phonon Heat Bath for Square-Lattice Ising Ferromagnets -- 19 Applications of the Probability-Changing Cluster Algorithm and Related Problems -- 20 Exponential Product Computing-Scheme for
Time-Dependent Interactions Including the Kohn-Sham Hamiltonian -- 21 Visualization and Real-Time Collaboration over Internet-2 -- V Quantum Systems / Electronic Structure -- 22 Chiral Symmetry Versus the Lattice -- 23 The Stochastic
Series Expansion Method for Quantum Lattice Models -- 24 Superconductivity with a Meron-Cluster Algorithm -- 25 Advances in the Investigation of the Minus Sign Problem for the Fermionic Case -- 26 New Variational States for t - J
Ladders -- 27 Ab-initio Study of the Ground-State Phase Diagram of the Icosahedral Ti-Zr-Ni Quasicrystal -- 28 Geometric Theory of Stress Fields for Quantum Systems at Finite Temperature -- VI Polymers and Complex Systems -- 29 Phase
Behavior of Binary Polymer Blends in Thin Films -- 30 Statistics of an Age Structured Population with Two Competing Species: Analytic and Monte Carlo Studies -- 31 Including Hydrodynamic Interactions in Acicular Models of Magnetic
Colloids -- 32 Simulation of the Dynamics of Polymers in Solution via a Hybrid Molecular Dynamics-Lattice Boltzmann Scheme -- 33 Frustrated Spring-Network Model for Crosslinked Polymer Surfaces -- 34 The Wonderful World of Granular
Ratchets -- List of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Practical Considerations in Computer-Based Testing
Author(s): Cynthia G Parshall
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (222 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0083-0
Contents:Considerations in Computer-Based Testing -- Issues in Test Administration and Development -- Examinee Issues -- Software Issues -- Issues in Innovative Item Types -- Test Delivery Methods -- Organization of the Book -- Issues in Test
Administration and Development -- Test Administration Issues -- Test Development Issues -- Summary -- References -- Additional Readings -- Examinee Issues -- Overall Reactions -- Reactions to Adaptive Delivery Methods -- Impact of
Prior Computer Experience -- Effects of the User Interface -- Effects of Task Constraints -- Effects of the Administrative Process -- Examinees’ Mental Models -- Summary -- References -- Additional Readings -- Software Issues -- User
Interfaces -- Usability Studies -- Software Evaluation -- Design of the User Interface -- Web-Based Tests -- Quality Control -- Summary -- References -- Additional Readings -- Issues in Innovative Item Types -- Purpose -- Dimensions of
Innovation -- Task Complexity -- Summary -- References -- Additional Readings -- Computerized Fixed Tests -- Overview of the CFT Method -- Test Procedures -- Measurement Characteristics -- Practical Characteristics -- Summary -- An
Example of the CFT Method -- References -- Automated Test Assembly for Online Administration -- Overview of the ATA Method -- Test Procedures -- Measurement Characteristics -- Practical Characteristics -- Summary -- An Example of the
ATA Method -- 7 Appendix -- References -- Computerized Adaptive Tests -- Overview of the CAT Method -- Test Procedures -- Measurement Characteristics -- Practical Characteristics -- Summary -- An Example of the CAT Method -- References
-- Computerized Classification Tests -- Overview of the CCT Method -- Test Procedures -- Measurement Characteristics -- Practical Characteristics -- Summary -- An Example of the CCT Method -- References -- Item Pool Evaluation -- Item
Pool Maintenance -- Summary -- References -- Comparison of the Test-Delivery Methods -- Overview -- Summary of Test-Delivery Methods -- Test Procedures -- Measurement Characteristics -- Practical Characteristics -- Other Considerations
-- Summary -- References -- Appendix Basics of Item Response Theory -- Item Response Functions -- Item Information and Test Information -- Model Assumptions -- Summary -- References
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Keywords: Statistics , Assessment , Statistics , Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and , Assessment, Testing and Evaluation
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’99 Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (105 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59686-5
Contents:Physics -- Finite difference modelling of elastic wave propagation in the Earth’s uppermost mantle -- Direct Simulation of Seismic Wave Propagation -- Summary of Project 11172 -- Development and Astrophysical Applications of a
Parallel Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Code with MPI -- Collisional dynamics around black hole binaries in galactic centres -- IMD — A Massively Parallel Molecular Dynamics Package for Classical Simulations in Condensed Matter
Physics -- Symmetrie diblock copolymers confined into thin films: A Monte Carlo investigation on the CRAY T3E -- Molecular Dynamics of Covalent Crystals -- Simulation of random copolymers at selective interfaces and of cross-linked
polymer blends -- Towards the Limits of present-day Supercomputers: Exact Diagonalization of Strongly Correlated Electron-Phonon Systems -- The Metal-Insulator Transition in the Hubbard Model -- Vibronic studies of adsorbate-covered
semiconductor surfaces with the help of HPC -- Computational Methods in Chemistry and Molecular Biology -- The multi-reference configuration interaction method on massively parallel architectures -- Quantum Chemical Studies on
Heterocyclic Rearrangements in Benzofuroxans: Reaction Paths, Vibrational Spectra, and Rate Constants -- High Level Quantum-Chemical Computations on the Cyclizations of Enyne Allenes -- MD Simulation of a Phospholipid Bilayer --
Three-Dimensional Organization of Chromosome Territories and the Human Cell Nucleus -- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) -- Parallel Computation of Interface Dynamics in Incompressible Two-Phase Flows -- Numerical Simulation of Fluid
Flow and Heat Transfer in an Industrial Czochralski Melt Using a Parallel-Vector Supercomputer -- Numerical flow simulation in cylindrical geometries -- DNS of Laminar-Turbulent Transition in Separation Bubbles -- Numerical Simulation
of Supersonic Hydrogen-Air Combustion -- Computation of Turbulent Flows with Separation by Coherent Structure Capturing -- Large Eddy Simulation of the Flow around a Circular Cylinder -- Direct Numerical Simulations of an Adverse
Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layer on High Performance Computers -- Aeroelastic Analysis of a Helicopter Rotor in Forward Flight -- Flow with chemical reaction -- Investigation of Chemistry-Turbulence Interactions Using DNS on
the Cray T3E -- Multigrid Convergence Acceleration for Non-Reactive and Reactive Flows -- Quasi-Particles in a Three-Dimensional Three-Component Reaction-Diffusion System -- Upwind Relaxation Algorithm for Re-entry Nonequilibrium Flows
-- 3D Simulation of instationary turbulent flow and combustion in internal combustion engines -- Numerical prediction of load changes in a coal-fired utility boiler -- Structural Mechanics and Electrical Engineering -- Design and
Application of Object Oriented Parallel Data Structures in Particle and Continuous Systems -- Computation of Electromagnetic Fields by the Method of Moments on the CRAY T3E: Iterative Solution Techniques and Large Scale Applications --
Numerical Treatment of Time Varying Magnetic Fields in Power Transformers by Using the Boundary Element Method (BEM) -- Direct and Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering -- Computer Science -- Fine-Grained Multithreading on the Cray T3E --
ParGrad System: Dynamical Adaptation of the Parallelism Degree of Programs on Cray T3E -- Comparative Measurements of the Solution of PDE’s on the PARAGON and the SB-PRAM -- KaHPF: Compiler generated Data Prefetching for HPF -- A
Parallel Object Oriented Framework for Particle Methods -- Parallel solution of Partial Differential Equations with Adaptive Multigrid Methods on Unstructured Grids -- Coupling and Parallelization of Grid-based Numerical Simulation
Software
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemoinformatics , Computer simulation , Computer mathematics , Physics , Complexity, Computational , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Computer Applications in Chemistry , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Complexity , Simulation and Modeling
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Title:Intelligent Systems and Interfaces
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (452 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4401-2
Contents:1 : Intelligent Agents and Bio-Inspired Systems -- 1. A tutoring based approach to the development of intelligent agents -- 2. An object-oriented framework for building collaborative network agents -- 3. Navigation: Animals as
Autonomous Robots -- 4. From configurable circuits to bio-inspired systems -- 2: Intelligent Data Processing -- 5. Fuzzy data mining -- 6. Feature-oriented hybrid neural adaptive systems and applications -- 7. Algebraic neuro-fuzzy
systems and applications -- 3: Interfaces -- 8. Neuro-fuzzy approach to natural language understanding and processing. Part I: Neuro-fuzzy device -- 9. Neuro-fuzzy approach to natural language understanding and processing. Part II:
Neuro-fuzzy learning algorithms -- 10. Graph matching and similarity -- 4: Applications and High-tech Management -- 11. Diagnosis systems and strategies: principles, fuzzy and neural approaches -- 12. Intelligent non-destructive
testing and evaluation with industrial applications -- 13. Managing high-tech projects. Part I -- 14. Managing high-tech projects. Part II -- Index of Terms
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Series:International Series in Intelligent Technologies: 15
Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , System theory , Mathematical logic , Electrical engineering , Mathematics , Mathematical Logic and Foundations , Systems Theory, Control , Computer Science, general , Electrical Engineering
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Title:New Approaches to Problems in Liquid State Theory Inhomogeneities and Phase Separation in Simple, Complex and Quantum Fluids
Author(s):
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (521 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-4564-0
Contents:Charged And Polar, Liquids, Phase Transitions and Metastability -- Understanding criticality: Simple fluids and ionic fluids -- Equation of state and critical behavior of simple fluid models -- Phase separation and critical phenomena
in simple fluids and in binary mixtures -- Critical behaviour of the restricted primitive model (RPM) -- Phase diagram of dipolar hard-core molecule systems -- New results on some ionic-fluid problems -- Fluids with internal degrees of
freedom -- Replica and glasses -- Nematic to smectic: A “hard” transition -- Interfaces And Confined Fluids -- Fluids in model pores or cavities: The influence of confinement on structure and phase behaviour. I. DFT for small systems:
hard spheres in a spherical cavity -- Fluids in model pores or cavities: The influence of confinement on structure and phase behaviour. II. Freezing and condensation transitions of confined fluids -- Bulk and surface properties of
dipolar fluids -- Fluids in contact with structured substrates -- Liquid state methods for disordered systems -- Inhomogeneous fluids in an external field -- Free energy density functional from OD cavities -- Geometrically based free
energy functional for confined hard spheres and the density functional theory for simple classical systems -- Charge-stabilized colloids confined to a slit: A case for attraction between like charged particles -- Wetting phase
transitions and petroleum reservoirs -- Complex Fluids -- Atomistic computer simulation studies of surfactant systems -- On effective interactions in colloidal physics -- Theory and simulations of polymers at surfaces -- Static
structure and chain conformations in polyelectrolyte solutions -- Theories of hydrophobic effects and the description of free volume in complex liquids -- Theoretical and simulation study of model protein solutions -- Quantum Fluids --
Ab initio liquids: Simulating liquids based on first principles -- Progress in the theory of inhomogeneous 4He -- Tight-binding lattice-gas model: Alkali fluids -- Current-density functional theory of time-dependent linear response in
quantal fluids: Recent progress -- List of participants
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Series:NATO Science Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 529
Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Condensed matter , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Physical Chemistry
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9783662038857:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Computer Simulation of Dynamic Phenomena
Author(s): Mark L Wilkins
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (246 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03885-7
Contents:1. Elements of Fluid Mechanics -- 2. Numerical Techniques -- 3. Modeling the Behavior of Materials -- 4. Two-Dimensional Elastic—Plastic Flow -- 5. Sliding Interfaces in Two Dimensions -- 6. Elastic—Plastic Flow in Three Space
Dimensions -- 7. Sliding Surfaces in Three Dimensions -- 8. Magnetohydrodynamics of HEMP -- Appendices -- A. Effect of a Second Shock on the Principal Hugoniot -- B. Finite Difference Program for One Space Dimension and Time -- B.1
Fundamental Equations -- B.2 Finite Difference Equations -- B.3 Boundary Conditions -- B.4 Opening and Closing Voids -- C. A Method for Determining the Plastic Work Hardening Function -- C.1 Application to 6061-T6 Aluminum -- D.
Detonation of a High Explosive for a ?-Law Equation of State -- E. Magnetic Flux Calculation -- F. Thermal Diffusion Calculation -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Computer simulation , Computer mathematics , Continuum physics , Condensed matter , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Classical Continuum Physics , Simulation and Modeling , Condensed Matter Physics , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Computational Science and Engineering
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Title:Computer Speech Recognition, Compression, Synthesis
Author(s): Manfred R Schroeder
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (319 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03861-1
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. A Brief History of Speech -- 3. Speech Recognition and Speaker Identification -- 4. Speech Compression -- 5. Speech Synthesis -- 6. Speech Production -- 7. The Speech Signal -- 8. Hearing -- 9. Binaural Hearing —
Listening with Both Ears -- 10. Basic Signal Concepts -- A. Acoustic Theory and Modeling of the Vocal Tract -- A.1 Introduction -- A.2 Acoustics of a Hard-Walled, Lossless Tube -- A.2.1 Field Equations -- A.2.2 Time-Invariant Case --
A.2.3 Formants as Eigenvalues -- A.2.4 Losses and Nonrigid Walls -- A.3 Discrete Modeling of a Tube -- A.3.1 Time-Domain Modeling -- A.3.2 Frequency-Domain Modeling, Two-Port Theory -- A.3.3 Tube Models and Linear Prediction -- A.4
Notes on the Inverse Problem -- A.4.1 Analytic and Numerical Methods -- A.4.2 Empirical Methods -- B. Direct Relations Between Cepstrum and Predictor Coefficients -- B.1 Derivation of the Main Result -- B.2 Direct Computation of
Predictor Coefficients from the Cepstrum -- B.3 A Simple Check -- B.4 Connection with Algebraic Roots and Symmetric Functions -- B.5 Connection with Statistical Moments and Cumulants -- B.6 Computational Complexity -- B.7 An
Application of Root-Power Sums to Pitch Detection -- References -- General Reading -- Selected Journals -- A Sampling of Societies and Major Meetings -- Glossary of Speech and Computer Terms -- Name Index -- The Author
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Keywords: Physics , User interfaces (Computer systems) , Computational linguistics , Acoustics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Acoustics , Communications Engineering, Networks , User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction , Language Translation and Linguistics
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Title:High Performance Scientific and Engineering Computing Proceedings of the International FORTWIHR Conference on HPSEC, Munich, March 16-18, 1998
Author(s):
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (44 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-60155-2
Contents:I Fluid Flow -- On the Realistic Performance of Linear Algebra Components in Iterative Solvers -- Applying the Checkpointing Routine treeverse to Discretizations of Burgers’ Equation -- Adaptive Grids for Time Dependent Conservation
Laws: Theory and Applications in CFD -- Numerical Bifurcation Analysis of Premixed Combustion in Porous Inert Media -- Multigrid Solution of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations and its Application to Parallel Computers --
Simulation of Internal and Free Turbulent Flows -- Application of Parallel Numerical Flow Solvers Invoking Advanced Turbulence-Transport Models to Aircraft Components -- Solution of Coupled Problems by Parallel Multigrid -- Coupled
Numerical Computations of the Fluid Damped Oscillations of a Lamina -- Efficient Treatment of Complicated Geometries and Moving Interfaces for CFD Problems -- II Dynamic Systems and Optimal Control -- Very Low Thrust Trajectory
Optimization -- Mechanical Multibody Systems with Deformable Components -- Real Time Simulation and Online Control for Virtual Test Drives of Cars -- Numerical Simulation of Vibrations for the Design of a Rear Axle -- Flight Tests with
Computer Generated Synthetic Vision -- Flight Path Optimization with a New Homotopy Method for Reducing Safety Hazards in Microbursts -- Integrated User Environment for the Numerical Solution of Optimal Control Problems -- Simulation
and Optimization of Logistic Processes Involving Sloshing Media -- Numerical Simulation and Optimal Control of Air Separation Plants -- Advanced Extrapolation Methods for Large Scale Differential Algebraic Problems -- III Melting,
Coating, and Crystal Growth -- On the Generation and Spreading of ’Finger’ Instabilities in Film Coating Processes -- CrysVUN++, a Powerful Computer Code for Global Thermal Modelling of Industrial Crystal Growth Processes -- 3D
Adaptive Unstructured Grid Solver: Application to Flow and GaAs Deposition in the Planetary Reactor™ -- Direct Navier-Stokes Simulations of Turbulent Czochralski Flows -- IV Semiconductors and Circuits -- Advanced Models, Applications,
and Software Systems for High Performance Computing - Application in Microelectronics -- Numerical Simulation of Microstructured Semiconductor Devices, Transducers, and Systems -- Parallel Multigrid Methods for the Continuity Equations
in Semiconductor Device Simulation -- Partitioning Strategies in Circuit Simulation -- A New Stochastic Integration Scheme for the Efficient Solution of Randomly Disturbed Circuits -- Eigenvalue Solvers for Electromagnetic Fields in
Cavities -- Remarks on the Convex Analysis of the Energy Model of Semiconductor Devices -- Analysis of Electromechanical Microdevices Using Coupled FEM-BEM Based on the TP2000 CAD Platform -- Numerical Analysis of Distributed Inductive
Parasitics in High Power Bus Bars -- Low Pressure Discharges in Plasma Reactors: Modelling and Computer-Aided Diagnostics -- V HPSC in Physics and Chemistry -- Numerical Fluid Dynamics in Astrophysics with Smoothed Particle
Hydrodynamics -- Parallel Computation of Multi-Dimensional Neutron and Photon Transport in Inhomogeneous Media -- Quantum Chemistry on Parallel Computers: Concepts and Results of a Density Functional Method -- Future Trends in HPSC --
Technological Trends and their Impact on the Future of Supercomputers
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Keywords: Mathematics , Science , Computers , Computer mathematics , Physics , Computational intelligence , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Theory of Computation , Science, general , Computational Intelligence , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’98 Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 1998
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (455 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58600-2
Contents:Physics -- Universal Fluctuations of Dirac Spectra -- Computations of Convection Driven Spherical Dynamos -- Dynamical Behaviour of Persistent Spins in the Triangular Potts Model A Large-Scale Monte Carlo Study -- Dynamical
Localization in the Paul Trap — the Influence of the Internal Strucutre of the Atom -- Interacting Particle-Liquid Systems -- Finite Difference Modeling of Earthquakes -- Parallel Seismic Data Processing -- Parallel computing on
Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) -- Solid State Physics -- Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of one Hole in the t-J Model -- SU (2)-spin Invariant Auxiliary Field Quantum Monte-Carlo Algorithm for Hubbard Models --
Temperature Dependent Band Structure of the Kondo insulator -- Numerical study of spin-charge separation in one dimension -- The interplay between d-wave superconductivity and antiferromagnetic fluctuations: a quantum Monte Carlo study
-- Towards a Time-Dependent Density-Functional Description of Multiple Multiphoton-Ionization of Helium in Strong Laser Fields -- Chemistry and High-Performance Computing -- Hydrogen Molecule in a Magnetic Field: The Global Ground
State of the Parallel Configuration -- Interfaces in immiscible polymer blends: A Monte Carlo simulation approach on the CRAY T3E -- Computer Simulations of the Dynamics of Amorphous Silica -- Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Direct
Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Boundary Layers on High Performance Computers -- DNS of Point-Source Induced Transition in an Airfoil Boundary-Layer Flow -- CFD-Applications on NEC SX-4 -- High Performance Computing of Turbulent
Flow in Complex Pipe Geometries -- Parallelization of the CFD Code KAPPA for Distributed Memory Computers -- Numerical simulation of the fluid flow and the separation behaviour in a disc stack centrifuge -- Unsteady Flow Simulation in
an Axial Flow Turbine Using a Parallel Implicit Navier-Stokes Method -- Navier-Stokes-Calculations of the Flow around a Helicopter Fuselage -- Parallel multilevel algorithms for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations -- A
Parallel Software-Platform for Solving Problems of Partial Differential Equations Using Unstructured Grids and Adaptive Multigrid Methods -- Reacting Flows -- Detailed Simulations of Turbulent Flames Using Parallel Supercomputers --
Towards a reliable and efficient furnace simulation tool for coal fired utility boilers -- Engineering and Computer-Science -- Parallel Computation of Electromagnetic Fields Based on Integral Equations -- Numerical Simulation of
Mechanical Behaviour of Dynamically Stressed Fencing Mask -- Parallel SPH on CRAY T3E and NEC SX-4 Using DTS -- PISA — Parallel Image Segmentation Algorithms -- Interactive Parallel Visualization of Large Scale Computer Simulations in
Physics -- Construction of Large Permutation Representations for Matrix Groups
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Title:Dynamical Systems, Control, Coding, Computer Vision New Trends, Interfaces, and Interplay
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (497 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8970-4
Contents:Networks, Systems and Control Theory -- Riccati Equations, Network Theory and Brune Synthesis: Old Solutions for Contemporary Problems -- Passive Linear Systems and Scattering Theory -- Tracking Control and ?-Freeness of Infinite
Dimensional Linear Systems -- On Canonical Wiener-Hopf Factorizations -- State Space Methods for Analysis Problems Involving Rational Matrix Functions -- Stabilization of Nonlinear Systems Using Output Feedback -- Towards a System
Theory for Model Set: Chain-Scattering Approach -- The Role of the Hamiltonian in the Solution of Algebraic Riccati Equations -- The Control and Mechanics of Human Movement Systems -- Numerical Methods for Linear Quadratic and H?
Control Problems -- Nonlinear Feedback Stabilization Revisited -- Probabilistic Robustness Analysis and Design of Uncertain Systems -- An Approach to Observer Design -- System Theory and Coding -- Group Codes and Behaviors -- The
Berlekamp-Massey algorithm, error-correction, keystreams and modeling -- An Algebraic Decoding Algorithm for Convolutional Codes -- Vision -- to the Mathematical Aspects of Computer Vision -- The Structure and Motion of Surfaces --
Shape from Texture and Shading with Wavelets -- Anisotropic Smoothing of Posterior Probabilities -- The Accommodation Cue in Vision -- Discrete-Events and Hybrid Systems -- Hybrid Control in Automotive Applications -- Control Synthesis
for Discrete Event Systems
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Series:Progress in Systems and Control Theory : 25
Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematics , Mathematics, general
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Title:Advances in Randomized Parallel Computing
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (287 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-3282-4
Contents:1 Optimal Bounds on Tail Probabilities: A Study of an Approach -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Bounding Tail Probabilities with the Laplace Transform -- 1.3 When only the Mean is given: The Hoeffding Bound -- 1.4 When the Mean and the
Variance are given: A Simple Proof of the Bennett Bound -- 1.5 When the First n Moments are Given: A Glimpse of the General Theory -- 1.6 An Application: Improved Bounds for the List Update Problem -- References -- 2 Parallelism in
Comparison Problems -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Selection -- 2.3 Merging -- 2.4 Sorting -- 2.5 Conclusions -- References -- 3 Random Sampling -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Preliminaries -- 3.3 Partitioning I: Sorting -- 3.4 Partitioning
II: List Ranking -- 3.5 Pruning I: Selection -- 3.6 Pruning II: Row maxima of monotone matrices -- 3.7 Pruning III: Graph Connected Components -- 3.8 Other examples -- 3.5 Bibliographic Notes -- References -- 4 Randomized Algorithms on
the Mesh -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Preliminaries -- 4.3 Routing on the mesh -- 4.4 Sorting on the mesh -- 4.5 Selection on the mesh -- References -- 5 Efficient Randomized Algorithms -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Preliminaries -- 5.3
Randomized Routing -- 5.4 Randomized Selection -- 5.5 Randomized Sorting -- 5.6 Randomized PRAM Emulation -- 5.7 Selection and Sorting Schemes for Processing Large Distributed Files -- 5.8 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Ultrafast
Randomized Parallel Algorithms for Spanning Forests -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Uitrafast Parallel Algorithms -- 6.3 Dense Instances -- 6.4 Ultrafast Algorithms for Spanning Forests -- 6.5 Open Problems and Further Research --
References -- 7 Parallel Randomized Techniques for Some Fundamental Geometric Problems -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Preliminaries and Definitions -- 7.3 The Use of Randomization in Computational Geometry -- 7.4 Applications to
Fundamental Geometric Problems -- 7.5 Summary -- References -- 8 Capturing the Connectivity of High-Dimensional Geometric Spaces -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Basic Probabilistic Roadmap Planner -- 8.3 Other Sampling Strategies -- 8.4
Roadmap Coverage -- 8.5 Roadmap Connectedness -- 8.6 Current and Future Work -- Appendix: A. Proof of Theorem 1 -- Appendix: B. Proof of Theorem 2 -- Appendix: C. Proof of Theorem 3 -- Appendix: D. Proof of Theorem 4 -- References -- 9
Randomized Parallel Prefetching and Buffer Management -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Definitions -- 9.3 Read-Once Reference Strings -- 9.4 Read-Many Reference Strings -- 9.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 10 DFA Problems -- 10.1
Introduction -- 10.2 Membership Problem -- 10.3 Containment and Equivalence Problems -- 10.4 Ranking and Related Problems -- 10.5 Coarsest Partition Problems -- 10.6 Automata Testing Problems -- 10.7 Conversion from Regular Expression
to NFA -- 10.8 Applications -- 10.9 Open Problems -- References -- 11 LAPACK90 -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Interface Blocks for LAPACK 77 -- 11.3 Interface Blocks for LAPACK 90 -- 11.4 Code of LAPACK90 Routines -- 11.5 LAPACK90
Documentation -- 11.6 LAPACK90 Test Programs -- 11.7 LAPACK90 User Callable Routines -- References -- Appendix: A, Generic Interfaces -- A.1 LAPACK77 Generic Interface Blocks -- A.2 LAPACK90 Generic Interface Blocks -- Appendix: B,
Interface Subroutines -- B.1 LA_GESV and LA_GETRI subroutines -- B.2 Auxiliary Routines -- Appendix: C -- C.1 Documentation of LA_GESV -- Appendix: D -- D.1 The LA_GESV test results -- Appendix: E -- E.1 LAPACK90 User Callable Routines
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Keywords: Mathematics , Microprocessors , Computers , Computer graphics , Algorithms , Mathematics , Algorithms , Theory of Computation , Processor Architectures , Computer Graphics
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Title:Modern Developments and Applications in Microbeam Analysis
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (392 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-7506-4
Contents:Recent Developments in Instrumentation for X-Ray Microanalysis -- High Resolution Non Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy with State of the Art Silicon Detectors -- Efficiency Calibration of a Si(Li) Detector by EPMA --
Wavelength-Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry -- X-Ray Spectrum Processing and Multivariate Analysis -- Thin Film Analysis and Chemical Mapping in the Analytical Electron Microscope -- On the Spatial Resolution in Analytical Electron
Microscopy -- Contamination in Analytical Electron Microscopy and in ALCHEMI -- Analytical Electron Microscopy of Diffusional Interfaces in an Al-22 at. % Zn Alloy -- Quantitative TEM-EDXS of Sol-Gel Derived PZT Ceramic Materials --
Particulate Composites of TZP-Chromium Oxide and TZP-Chromium Carbide Microbeam Investigations -- Cryo-Electron Spectroscopic Imaging, Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Analysis of Ag(Br, I) Nano- and
Microcrystals -- Electron Energy-Loss Near-Edge Structure of Alumina Polymorphs -- SPM Study of YBCO Films Prepared by Plasma Assisted Laser Ablation -- Surface Characterisation and Modification of YBCO Thin Films by STM --
Quantitative Near-Surface Microanalysis and Depth Profiling by EPMA -- EPMA Sputter Depth Profiling, Part I: Theory and Evaluation -- EPMA Sputter Depth Profiling, Part II: Experiment -- Quantitative Analysis of BN (C, O, Ar,
H)-Coatings Using EPMA and SIMS -- Quantitative EDS Analysis of SiO2/Al2O3/TiO2 Multilayer Films -- Surface Ionization of Thin Films on Substrates: Measurement and Simulation -- Comparison of Different Methods to Characterize Thin
a-Si:H Films -- EPMA Studies of the Growth of Thin Surface Coatings Produced by Evaporation -- Analysis of Thin Films with Slightly Rough Boundaries -- Effect of Chromium Substrate Pretreatment on Diamond Growth by the Chemical Vapour
Deposition Method -- EPMA Determination of Arsenic Excess in Low Temperature Grown GaAs -- EPMA of Melted UO2 Fuel Rods from the Phebus-FP Reactor Accident Experiment -- Steels, Carbon Concentration, and Microhardness -- Determination
of Chemical and Phase Composition of Fly-Ashes by Combined EPMA and XRD Methods -- EPMA of the Composition of Opal-Based Nanostructured Materials -- NDIC and EMP Study of Plagioclase Mineral Zoning: An Example from Nea Kameni Lavas --
Compositional X-Ray Maps of Metamorphic and Magmatic Minerals -- Chemical Mapping of Weathering Stages in Laterites -- Electron Microprobe Determination of Minor and Trace Concentrations of Gold and Platinum Group Elements in Sulphides
and Sulpharsenides: Problems, Solutions, and Applications -- Composition of 15–17th Century Archaeological Glass Vessels Excavated in Antwerp, Belgium -- Potassium Migration in Silica Glass During Electron Beam Irradiation -- X-Ray
Microanalysis of Frozen-Hydrated Biological Bulk Samples -- Environmental SEM and X-Ray Microanalysis of Biological Materials -- Effects of Electron-Beam/Gas Interactions on X-Ray Microanalysis in the Variable Pressure SEM -- The
Analytical Signal in EPMA and the Influence of the Electric Field Created by the Primary Beam -- Standardless Analysis -- A New Technique for Standardless Analysis by EPMA-TWIX -- Stopping Power Factor for Standardless QEPMA -- On the
Measurement of the Backscattering Coefficient for Low Energy Electrons -- Monte Carlo Simulations of Edge Artefacts in MULSAM Images -- Assessment of the Inelastic Scattering Model in Monte-Carlo Simulations -- A Rapid Comparison of
Matrix Corrections in AES and XPS by Means of Computer Programs -- Fractals and BaTiO3-Ceramic Microstructure Analysis -- Fragmentation of Sputtered Cluster Ions of Transition Metals: Distributions of Lifetimes and Internal Energies --
Sputtering of Tantalum by Atomic and Molecular Gold Ions: Comparative Study of Yields and Kinetic Energy Distributions of Atomic and Cluster Ions -- The Standards, Measurements and Testing Programme (SMT), the European Support to
Standardisation, Measurements and Testing Projects
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Keywords: Materials science , Analytical chemistry , Materials Science , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Analytical Chemistry
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Title:Frontiers in Materials Modelling and Design Proceedings of the Conference on Frontiers in Materials Modelling and Design, Kalpakkam, 20–23 August 1996
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (446 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-80478-6
Contents:I Introduction -- Materials Modelling and Design: An Introduction -- II Methodologies -- Computational Modelling of Atomic-Scale Defect Phenomena in Compound Semiconductors -- The Generalized-Gradient Approximation to Density
Functional Theory and Bonding -- Electronic Structure Calculations and Molecular Dynamics Using the Real-Space Method and Optimized Ultra-soft Pseudopotential -- Quantum Simulations Using Linear Scaling Methods: Clusters on Surfaces --
Electronic Structure of Disordered Alloys -- Computer Simulation of Structure and Dynamics in Complex Materials -- III Alloys -- First-Principles Thermodynamics of Alloys -- Electronic Structure of Binary Systems -- First-Principles
Phase Stability Study of Metallic Alloys -- First-Principles Approach to Ordering and Clustering Behavior in Metallic Alloys: Application to Al-Li and Ni-Mo Systems -- Thermochemical Modeling of Ternary Alloys from Binary Systems --
Superconductivity in Zr2Rh and its Hydrides: Theory and Experiment -- IV Correlated Electron Systems -- Ab-initio Approach to Electronic Excitation Spectra in Perovskite LaMO3 Oxides -- Theory for the Interdependence of High-Tc
Superconductivity and Dynamic Spin Fluctuations -- Electrical Resistivity and Positron Lifetime Studies in the Kondo Insulating System, FeSi1-xGex -- V Clusters and Nanomaterials -- Electronic Structure of Magic Metal Clusters and
Cluster Assemblies -- Stability of Molecules and Clusters Studied Through First-Principles Total Energy Calculations -- Adsorption on Clusters -- Ab-initio Molecular Dynamics Study of Impurity in Metal Clusters: NanAl (n = 1–10) --
Lyapunov Exponent at the Melting Transition in Small Ni Clusters -- Monte Carlo Studies of Argon Clusters Confined in Zeolites -- Structure-Property Relation in Oxide Nanoparticles -- Nanoparticles of II-VI Semiconductors -- Cu Doped
ZnO Quantum Dots: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Luminescence -- Carrier Dynamics in Porous and Nanocrystalline Silicon -- Anodisation Time Dependence of Photoluminiscence Properties of Porous Silicon -- Formation of Nanocrystalline
Fe-Cu-Nb-Si-B Alloys -- Magnetic Properties of Ultra-fine ?’ — Fe4N -- VI Surfaces and Interfaces -- First-Principles Calculation of Surface Step Energies and Interactions -- Deposition of Ga and As Adatoms on the Ge(111) and Si(111)
Surfaces: A First-Principles Study -- Steering and Isotope Effects in the Dissociative Adsorbtion of H2/Pd(100) -- Growth and Magnetism of Rough Transition Metal Overlayers -- Quantum Adsorbates: Helium in Zeolites -- Effect of
High-Energy Heavy-Ion Irradiation on Fe/Tb Multilayers -- VII Phase Transitions -- Isostructural Solid-Solid Transition in Crystalline Systems with Short Ranged Interaction -- Quantum Effects and Phase Transitions in Adsorbed Molecular
Layers -- Anchoring Transitions of Nematic Liquid Crystals Induced by Solid Substrate -- Monte Carlo Simulation of the Kinetics of Martensitic-type Restacking Transitions: Dynamic Scaling and Universal Growth Exponents -- Structural
Transitions of a Soft Solid: The Skyrmion Lattice -- Electronic Topological Transitions in Elemental Metals and Compounds -- Role of High Pressure in Designing Novel Phases -- Pressure-Induced Polymerisation of Fullerenes -- VIII
Microstructure and Deformation -- Microstructural Evolution During Precipitation in Stressed Solids -- Modelling of Process for Controlled Microstructure of Material -- Multiscaling in Normal Grain Growth: A Monte Carlo Study --
Non-destructive Evaluation of Defects: A Model-Based Approach -- Deformation of Nanostructured Materials -- Mechanics of Powder Compaction -- Finite Element Modelling of the Creep Behaviour of Weldments -- List of Authors
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Title:Kinetics of Metal-Gas Interactions at Low Temperatures Hydriding, Oxidation, Poisoning
Author(s): Eckehard Fromm
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (206 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-60311-2
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Principles of Reaction Kinetics -- 2.1 Equilibria of Chemical Reactions -- 2.2 Structure of Reaction Models -- 2.3 Characteristics of Reaction Partial Steps -- 3 Experimental Techniques -- 3.1 Initial State of
Metal Surfaces and UHV Experiments -- 3.2 Volumetric and Manometric Methods -- 3.3 Quartz Crystal Microbalance -- 3.4 Ellipsometry -- 3.5 Energetic Ion Scattering -- 3.6 X-Ray Reflectivity -- 3.7 Surface-Analytical Methods -- 4
Hydrogen Reactions -- 4.1 Experimental Results -- 4.2 Hydrogen Solution in Metals -- 4.3 Hydride Formation -- 4.4 Computer Simulation of Advanced Models -- 5 Low-Temperature Oxidation -- 5.1 Experimental Results -- 5.2 Rate Laws
Proposed in the Literature -- 5.3 Partial Steps of the Oxidation Reaction -- 5.4 Relations and Constants Used in Model Calculations -- 5.5 Example of a Model Considering Space Charges -- 5.6 Models Neglecting Space Charges -- 5.7
Detailed Presentation of a Model with Metal Interstitials as Mobile Defects -- 5.8 Results of Model Calculations, Parameter Variations -- 5.9 Effects of the Defect Structure of the Oxide -- 5.10 Simulation of Experiments with the
Volumetric Method -- 5.11 Reaction Mechanisms of Low-Temperature Oxidation -- 6 Poisoning of Hydrogen Reactions -- 6.1 Experimental Results -- 6.2 Stability of Oxide Layers at Elevated Temperatures -- 6.3 Surface Layer of Constant
Thickness -- 6.4 Contamination Layers Growing During Exposure -- Appendices -- A Chemical Potentials and Standard States -- A.1 Chemical Potentials -- A.1.1 Definitions -- A.2 Standard States and Standard Reactions -- A.2.1 Elements --
A.2.3 Physisorption -- A.2.4 Molecular Chemisorption -- A.2.5 Atomic Chemisorption -- A.2.6 Metal Interstitials -- A.2.7 Metal Vacancy -- A.2.8 Oxygen Interstitials -- A.2.9 Oxygen Vacancy -- A.2.10Other Compounds -- B Equilibria of
Charged Species -- B.1 Poisson Equation -- B.2 Dipole Layers -- B.3 Space Charges -- B.3.3 Conclusions -- B.4 Mott Potential -- B.4.1 Oxygen Molecules as Acceptors -- B.4.2 Oxygen Atoms as Acceptors -- B.4.3 Pressure Independent
Acceptor Sites -- B.4.4 Conditions for the Existence of a Mott Equilibrium Potential -- B.5 Equilibria in Oxide Layers -- C Electronic Currents -- C.1 Tunneling -- C.2 Hopping Mechanism -- C.3 Semiconduction -- D Ionic Currents -- D.1
Basic Equations -- D.1.1 Zero Concentration Gradient -- D.1.2 Zero Field Current -- D.1.3 High Field Transport Equation -- D.1.4 Steady State Current in a Homogeneous Field -- D.2 Space Charge Effects -- D.3 Coupled Currents -- E
Units, Material Constants -- Symbols -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Surfaces (Physics) , Interfaces (Physical sciences) , Thin films , Optical materials , Electronic materials , Physics , Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Optical and Electronic Materials
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Title:Physics of New Materials
Author(s):
Date:1998
Edition:Second, Updated Edition
Size:1 online resource (318 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-46862-9
Contents:1 Introductory Survey -- 1.1 New Materials and Necessity of Physics in their Development -- 1.2 Examples of Physics of New Materials -- 1.3 Brief Introduction of the Contents -- References -- 2 Electronic Structure and Properties of
Transition Metal Systems -- 2.1 Background -- 2.2 Basic Concepts of Electronic Structure Calculation of Transition Metal Systems -- 2.3 Bulk and Defect Electronic Structure of Ferromagnetic Transition Metal Systems -- 2.4 Structural
Problems -- 2.5 Limitation of the One Electron Theory -- 2.6 Future Development -- References -- 3 Structure Characterization of Solid-State Amorphized Materials by X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction -- 3.1 New Generation Scattering
Experiments -- 3.2 Mechanical Alloying and Mechanical Disordering -- 3.3 Medium-Range Structure of Metallic Amorphous Alloys -- 3.4 Conversion of Organic Polymers to Amorphous Ceramics -- 3.5 Hydrogen-Induced Amorphization --
References -- 4 Nanophase Materials: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties -- 4.1 Background -- 4.2 Synthesis and Processing -- 4.3 Structure and Stability -- 4.4 Properties -- 4.5 Future Directions -- References -- 5 Intercalation
Compounds of Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 Electronic Band Structures of 3d Transition-Metal Intercalated Compounds of 1T—Type TiS2 -- 5.3 Bonding Nature in Mx TiS2 (M: 3d Transition-Metal) -- 5.4 Electronic
Band Structures of AgxTiS2 -- 5.5 2H—Type TX2 (T = Nb, Ta X = S, Se) Intercalated with Transition-Metals -- 5.6 Discussion -- References -- 6 Structural Phase Transformation -- 6.1 General View -- 6.2 A Phenomenological Theory and a
Statistical View of Phase Transition -- 6.3 Martensitic Transformation of Metals and Alloys -- 6.4 Shape Memory Effect and Premartensitic Phenomena -- 6.5 Martensite and Other Problems in Ceramics -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- 7
The Place of Atomic Order in the Physics of Solids and in Metallurgy -- 7.1 Historical Development -- 7.2 Antiphase Domains -- 7.3 Theory of Ordering -- 7.4 Special Experimental Methods -- 7.5 Ordering Kinetics and Disorder Trapping --
7.6 Computer Simulation of Ordering and Disordering and Related Features -- 7.7 Ordering and Disordering at Free Surfaces, Interfaces and at Antiphase Domain Boundaries -- 7.8 Magnetic and Atomic Order -- 7.9 Ordering in Semiconductors
and Other Non-Metals -- 7.10 Order and Mechanical Properties -- 7.11 Conclusion -- 7.12 Addendum -- References -- 8 Usefulness of Electron Microscopy -- 8.1 Background -- 8.2 Principles of Image Formation -- 8.3 High-Resolution
Electron Microscopy -- 8.4 Indispensable Applications of HVEMy -- 8.5 New Research Fields by HVEMy “Micro-Laboratory” -- 8.6 Conclusions -- References -- 9 Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Materials Science -- 9.1 Historical Remarks -- 9.2
Principles -- 9.3 Hyperfine Interaction -- 9.4 Polarization and Thickness Effects -- 9.5 Phase Analysis -- 9.6 Cu-Fe System -- 9.7 Precision Phase Analysis -- 9.8 Amorphous Metals, General -- 9.9 Amorphous Metals, Experimental -- 9.10
Nanocrystalline Materials -- 9.11 Crystallization -- 9.12 Simultaneous Triple-Radiation Mössbauer Spectroscopy (STRMS) -- 9.13 Quo Vadis? -- References -- 10 Further Progress -- 10.1 Eelectronic Structure and Magnetism of Transition
Metal Systems -- 10.2 Structure Characterization of Solid-State Amorphized Materials by X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction -- 10.3 Recent Progress in Nanophase Materials -- 10.4 Further Progress in the Theory of Intercalation Compounds --
10.5 Various New-type Carbon Materials -- 10.6 New Findings in Ordered Structures -- 10.7 Recent Developments in High-Resolution and High-Voltage Electron Microscopy -- 10.8 New Directions in Mössbauer Spectroscopy
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Crystallography , Magnetism , Magnetic materials , Engineering , Materials science , Physics , Crystallography , Physical Chemistry , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Engineering, general , Magnetism, Magnetic Materials
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Title:Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics X Proceedings of the Tenth Workshop Athens, GA, USA, February 24–28, 1997
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (267 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-46851-3
Contents:Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics An Introduction -- I Classical Systems -- Monte Carlo Approaches to Universal Finite-Size Scaling Functions -- Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces: A Continuum Simulation Approach --
Monte Carlo Simulation of Langmuir Monolayer Models -- Cluster Simulation of Lattice Gases -- Computer Simulations of Fracture in Disordered Visco-Elastic Systems -- II Quantum Systems -- Quantum Phase Transitions in Random Magnets --
Metal-Insulator Transitions in Strongly Correlated Systems -- Quantum Zero-Point Critical Fluctuations in Arrays of Ultrasmall Josephson Junctions -- The Effect of Randomness on Long-Range Order in the Two-dimensional Half-filled
Hubbard Model -- Quantum Critical Exponents of a Planar Antiferromagnet -- III Contributed Papers -- Fragmentation Scaling of the Percolation Cluster -- Magnons in Heisenberg Chains with Random ±J Nearest-Neighbor Interactions --
Eight-State Potts Model on the Quasiperiodic Octagonal Tiling: Free Boundary Effects -- Generalized Ensemble Simulation of Peptides and Proteins -- Monte Carlo Studies of Surface-Induced Ordering in Cu3Au-Type Alloy Models -- An
Inherent-Structures Study of Two-Dimensional Melting -- Monte Carlo Simulation on Aging Phenomena in the SK Spin-Glass Model: Temperature Dependence of the Time Evolution of Energy -- Spontaneous Chiral Symmetry Breaking in 2D
Aggregation -- Interactive Modeling of Granular Flow -- Numerical Study of a Random Gauge XY Model -- Perpendicular Order in Frustrated Magnetic Layers -- Simulation of Polymers Using the Ellipsoidal Model -- Microcanonical Transfer
Matrix and Yang-Lee Zeros of the Q-State Potts Model -- Roughening Transitions in HCP Lattices -- Spin Patterns in the Three-Dimensional Chiral Clock Model -- The Critical Region in Finite-Sized Systems -- Projected Dynamics for
Metastable Decay in Ising Models -- Short-Time-Scaling Behavior of Growing Interfaces -- Scaling Behavior of the 2D XY Model Revisited -- A Chemical Picture of the Dissociation and Thermodynamics of Dense Fluid Hydrogen -- Index of
Contributors
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