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Call number:SPRINGER-2016-9783319243221:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:International Cooperation for Enhancing Nuclear Safety, Security, Safeguards and Non-proliferation Proceedings of the XIX Edoardo Amaldi Conference, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy, March 30-31, 2015
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Date:2016
Edition:1st ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (125 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-24322-1
Contents:Perspectives on Nuclear Safety and Security -- Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation -- Scientific Community Actions to Shape National Perspectives Towards a Better Synergy Between Safety, Security and Safeguards -- Scientific
Community Actions to Shape National Perspectives Towards Nuclear Security Current and Future Challenges -- Scientific Community Actions to Shape Enhanced Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Policies -- Scientific and Technical
Challenges to the Effective Implementation of the “3s” (Safety, Security and Safeguards) Approach -- Role of International Cooperation And Scientific Community Actions for Enhancing Nuclear Safety, Security, Safeguards and
Non--‐Proliferation
ISBN:9783319243221
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Series:Springer Proceedings in Physics: 172
Keywords: Physics , Nuclear energy , International relations , System safety , Science , Physics , Security Science and Technology , Nuclear Energy , Societal Aspects of Physics , International Relations
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9781461432784:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Partnership in Space [electronic resource] : The Mid to Late Nineties
Author(s): Ben Evans
Date:2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:This latest entry in the History of Human Space Exploration miniseries by Ben Evans continues with an in-depth look at the mid to late Nineties. Picking up where Tragedy and Triumph in Orbit: The Eighties and Early Nineties leftoff, the story commemo rating the evolution of manned space exploration unfolds here in yet more detail. More than fifty years after Yuri Gagarins pioneering journey into space, Evans extends his comprehensive overview of how thatmomentous journey continued through the decades that followed. Partnership in Space, the fifth book in the series, explores the final years in which the United States and the Soviet Union which became the Commonwealth ofIndependent States in 1992 pursued human space endeavors independently of each o ther. The narrative follows the path taken by two old foes towards an unlikely and often controversial partnership. As the Shuttle program recoveredfrom the loss of Challenger and pursued ever loftier goals, including the ambitious repair of the Hubble S pace Telescope, Mir suffered from economic collapse and political neglect. Yet both Mir and the Shuttle formed a fertile groundupon which the seeds of what would become today's International Space Station were sown. Both nations acutely needed the suppor t of the other to achieve their goals. As political relations thawed between the two superpowers, a newrelationship was forged. This cooperation saw Russians flying aboard the Shuttle and Americans flying aboard Mir and became a partnership that endures t o this day.
Contents:A Stable Time
An Unstable Time
Hitting the Stride
Shuttle
Mir
Plans for the Future
ISBN:9781461432784
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Keywords: Engineering , Astrophysics , Astronomy , Astronautics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2013-9783642381898:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Facets of Combinatorial Optimization [electronic resource] : Festschrift for Martin Grtschel
Author(s): Michael Jnger
Gerhard Reinelt
Date:2013
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Martin Grtschel is one of the most influential mathematicians of our time. He has received numerous honors and holds a number of key positions in the international mathematical community. He celebrated his 65th birthday onSeptember 10, 2013. Martin G rtschels doctoral descendant tree 19832012, i.e., the first 30 years, features 39 children, 74 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren, a total of 139 doctoraldescendants. This book starts with a personal tribute to Martin G rtschel by the editors (Part I), a contribution by his very special predecessor Manfred Padberg on Facets and Rank of Integer Polyhedra (Part II), and thedoctoral descendant tree 19832012 (Part III). The core of this book (Part IV) contains 16 contributio ns, each of which is coauthored by at least one doctoral descendant. The sequence of the articles starts with contributions tothe theory of mathematical optimization, including polyhedral combinatorics, extended formulations, mixed-integer convex optimiza tion, superclasses of perfect graphs, efficient algorithms for subtree-telecenters, junctions in acyclicgraphs, and preemptive restricted strip covering, as well as efficient approximation of non-preemptive restricted strip covering. Combinations of new t heoretical insights with algorithms and experiments deal with network designproblems, combinatorial optimization problems with submodular objective functions, and more general mixed-integer nonlinear optimization problems. Applications include VLSI layout design, systems biology, wireless network design,mean-risk optimization, and gas network optimization. Computational studies include a semidefinite branch and cut approach for the max k-cut problem, mixed-integer nonlinear optimal control, and mixed-inte ger linear optimization forscheduling and routing of fly-in safari planes. The two closing articles are devoted to computational advances in general mixed-integer li
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Contents:Martin Grtschel
a tribute: M.Jnger and G.Reinelt
Facets and rank of integer polyhedra:M.Padberg
Constructing extended formulations from reflection relations:V.Kaibel and K.Pashkovich
Exact algorithms for combinatorial optimization problems with submodular objective functions: F.Baumann, S.Berckey, and C.Buchheim
Solving k
way graph partitioning problems to optimality: The impact of semidefinite relaxations and the bundle method: M.F. Anjos, B.Ghaddar, L.Hupp, F.Liers and A.Wiegele
Mirror
descent methods in mixed
integer convex optimization: M.Baes, T.Oertel, Ch.Wagner
ISBN:9783642381898
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computational complexity , Algorithms , Mathematical optimization
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Call number:SPRINGER-2013-9781461448976:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Recent Trends in Lorentzian Geometry [electronic resource]
Author(s): Miguel Snchez
MIguel Ortega
Alfonso Romero
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Traditionally, Lorentzian geometry has been used as a necessary tool to understand general relativity,as well as to explore new genuine geometric behaviors, far from classical Riemannian techniques. Recent progress has attracteda renewed interest in this theoryfor many researchers: long-standing global open problems have been solved, outstanding Lorentzian spaces and groups have been classified, new applications to mathematical relativity and high energyphysics have been found, and further connection s with other geometries have been developed. Samplesof these fresh trends are presented in this volume, based on contributions from the VI International Meeting on LorentzianGeometry, held at the University of Granada, Spain, in September, 2011. Topics s uch as geodesics, maximal,trapped and constant mean curvature submanifolds, classifications of manifolds with relevant symmetries, relations betweenLorentzian and Finslerian geometries, and applications to mathematical physics are included. This book wil l be suitable for a broad audience of differential geometers, mathematical physicists and relativists, and researchers inthe field
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ISBN:9781461448976
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Series:Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, 2194-1009 : v26
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Keywords: Mathematics , Discrete groups , Global differential geometry
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Title:Manfredo P. do Carmo Selected Papers [electronic resource]
Author(s): Manfredo P do Carmo
Keti Tenenblat
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This volume of selected academic papers demonstrates the significance of the contribution to mathematics made by Manfredo P. do Carmo. Twice a Guggenheim Fellow and the winner of many prestigious national and international awards,the professor at the institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics in Rio de Janeiro is well known as the author of influential textbooks such as Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces. The area of differential geometry is the mainfocus of this selection, though it also co ntains do Carmo's own commentaries on his life as a scientist as well as assessment of the impact of his researches and a complete list of his publications. Aspects covered in the featuredpapers include relations between curvature and topology, convexity and rigidity, minimal surfaces, and conformal immersions, among others. Offering more than just a retrospective focus, the volume deals with subjects of currentinterest to researchers, including a paper co-authored with Frank Warner on the convexity of hy persurfaces in space forms. It also presents the basic stability results for minimal surfaces in the Euclidean space obtained by the authorand his collaborators. Edited by do Carmo's first student, now a celebrated academic in her own right, this collecti on pays tribute to one of the most distinguished mathematicians
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Contents:Preface
A Summary of the Scientific Activities of Manfredo P. do Carmo
Summary of thePapers in this Volume by Manfredo P. do Carmo
Contributions
Complete List of Publications of Manfredo P. do Carmo
List of D.Sc. Students of Manfredo P. do Carmo
ISBN:9783642255885
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Keywords: Mathematics , Geometry , Global differential geometry , Cell aggregation Mathematics
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Title:At Home in Space [electronic resource] : The Late Seventies into the Eighties
Author(s): Ben Evans
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:April 12, 2011, is the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's pioneering journey into space. To commemorate this momentous achievement, Springer-Praxis is producing a mini series of books that reveals how humanity's knowledge offlying, working, and livin g in space has grown in the last half century. At Home in Space, the third book in the series, continues the story throughout the later Seventies and into the Eighties. It was a period of time characterised bygreat promise. Regular Soviet missions demonst rated that humanity could not only survive, but thrive, in a weightless environment, and the arrival of the Space Shuttle seemed to offer a more economical and routine means of accessingthe heavens. Living in space became truly international as astronauts from many nations lived and worked together on Soviet space stations and aboard the Shuttle. At the same time, however, relations between two key players in thisdrive to conquer the high ground of space - the United States and the Soviet Union - steadily declined from the high-watermark of Apollo-Soyuz to the nadir of Star Wars. This third volume charts the progress made in space during thispivotal phase of humanity's quest to explore the final frontier
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Contents:Contents
Illustrations
Author's Preface
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1: Unlikely partners
Chapter 2: A home after Apollo
Chapter 3: A tale of science, sickness and the Sun
Chapter 4: Red stars in the East
Chapter 5: Dreams and nightmares
Bibliography
Index
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Keywords: Engineering , Astrophysics , Astronomy , Astronautics
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Title:Experimental Techniques in Nuclear and Particle Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Stefaan Tavernier
Date:2010
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:The book is based on a course in nuclear and particle physics that the author has taught over many years to physics students, students in nuclear engineering and students in biomedical engineering. It provides the basicunderstanding that any student or researcher using such instruments and techniques should have about the subject. After an introduction to the structure of matter at the subatomic scale, it covers the experimental aspects of nuclearand particle physics. Ideally complementing a theoreti cally-oriented textbook on nuclear physics and/or particle physics, it introduces the reader to the different techniques used in nuclear and particle physics to accelerate particlesand to measurement techniques (detectors) in nuclear and particle physics. The main subjects treated are: interactions of subatomic particles in matter particle accelerators basics of different types of detectors and nuclearelectronics. The book will be of interest to undergraduates, graduates and researchers in both particle a nd nuclear physics. For the physicists it is a good introduction to all experimental aspects of nuclear and particle physics.Nuclear engineers will appreciate the nuclear measurement techniques, while biomedical engineers can learn about measuring ionisin g radiation, the use of accelerators for radiotherapy. Whats more, worked examples, end-of-chapterexercises, and appendices with key constants, properties and relationships supplement the textual material
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Contents:Introduction
Interactions of Particles in Matter
Natural and Man
Made Sources of Radiation
Detectors based on Ionisation in Gasses
Detectors based on Ionisation in Semiconductor Materials
Detectors based on Scintillation
Neutron Detection
Electronics for Particle Detectors
Solutions to Exercises
Annexes: Physical Constants
International System of Units
Atomic and Nuclear Properties of Materials
Periodic Table of Elements
Electromagnetic Relations
Commonly used Radioactive Sources
ISBN:9783642008290
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Keywords: Particle acceleration , Nuclear engineering , Biomedical engineering
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Title:Large Coulomb Systems [electronic resource] : Lecture Notes on Mathematical Aspects of QED
Author(s): Jan Dereziski
Heinz Siedentop
Date:2006
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:A mathematically consistent formulation of relativistic quantum electrodynamics (QED) has still to be found. Nevertheless, there are several simplified effective models that successfully describe many body quantum systems and theinteraction of radiat ion with matter. Large Coulomb Systems explores a selection of mathematical topics inspired by QED. It comprises selected, expanded and edited lectures given by international experts at a topical summer school andis intended as a high-level introduction f or graduate students, postdocs and nonspecialists from related fields
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Contents:A Tutorial Approach to the Renormalization Group and the Smooth Feshbach Map
Local States of Free Bose Fields
to Representations of the Canonical Commutation and Anticommutation Relations
Mathematical Theory of the Wigner
Weisskopf Atom
Non
Relativistic Matter and Quantized Radiation
Dilute, Trapped Bose Gases and Bose
Einstein Condensation
Perturbation Theory for QED Calculations of High
Z Few
electron Atoms
The Relativistic Electron
Positron Field: Hartree
Fock Approximation and Fixed Electron Number
ISBN:9783540325796
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, 0075-8450 : v695
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Keywords: Global analysis (Mathematics) , Mathematical physics , Quantum theory
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Title:Springer Handbook of Condensed Matter and Materials Data [electronic resource]
Author(s): Werner Martienssen
Hans Warlimont
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Condensed Matter and Materials Science are two of the most active fields of applied physics, with a stream of discoveries in areas from superconductivity and magnetism to the optical, electronic and mechanical properties ofmaterials. While a huge amo unt of data has been compiled and spread over numerous reference works, no single volume compiles the most used information. Springer Handbook of Condensed Matter and Materials Data provides a concisecompilation of data and functional relationships from t he fields of solid-state physics and materials in this 1200-page volume. The data, encapsulated in over 750 tables and 1025 illustrations, have been selected and extractedprimarily from the extensive high-quality data collection Landolt-Brnstein and also from other systematic data sources and recent publications of physical and technical property data. Many chapters are authored by Landolt-Brnsteineditors, including the editors of this Springer Handbook. Key Topics Fundamental Constants The International System of Units (SI) Rudiments of Crystallography The Elements Metals, Ceramics, Polymers, Glasses Semiconductors,Superconductors, Magnetic Materials, Dielectrics and Electrooptics Ferroelectrics and Antiferroelectrics Liquid Crystals Physics of Solid Sur faces, Mesoscopic and Nanostructered Materials Features Covers basic data, materials,properties and fabrication. Contains most frequently used data and relationships. Authoritative one-volume desk reference Contains most frequently used data and relations hips in condensed-matter and materials science Incorporates thelatest CODATA values for fundamental physical constants Provides quick access to applicable, reliable, and comprehensive data tables and graphs Electronic contents fully searchable on accompan ying CD-ROM with links toLandolt-Boernsstein and other original literature Handy format, lucid two-color layout, uniformly styled figures, highly readable tables and visible tabs Contains 1000 two-c
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Contents:Part 1 General Tables: 1.1 The Fundamental Constants
1.2 The International System of Units
1.3 Rudiments of Crystallography Part 2 The Elements Part 3 Classes of Materials: 3.1 Metals
Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys
Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys
Titanium and Titanium Alloys
Zirconium and Zirconium Alloys
Iron and Steels
Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys
Nickel and Nickel Superalloys
Copper and Copper Alloys
Refractory Metals
Noble Metals
Lead and Lead Alloys
3.2 Ceramics
3.3 Polymers
3.4 Glasses Part 4 Functional Materials: 4.1 Semiconductors
4.2 Super
ISBN:9783540304371
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Keywords: Condensed matter , Optical materials , Materials , Surfaces (Physics)
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Call number:SPRINGER-2004-9783034879262:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Operator Theoretical Methods and Applications to Mathematical Physics The Erhard Meister Memorial Volume
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Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (475 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-7926-2
Contents:Obituary -- Report on the Scientific International Relationsof the Research Group of E. Meister -- Curriculum Vitae -- Publications of Erhard Meister -- Supervision of PhD Dissertations -- In Memory of Erhard Meister -- Is
Electromagnetism any Use? -- L. Meister How Could it Happen? -- Erhard Meister — Friend and Colleague -- Thank You — Erhard -- Our First Visit to Oberwolfach -- Our Meetings with Erhard Meister -- Some Canadian Collaboration --
Reminiscenses of Erhard Meister at Saarbrücken and Berlin -- More than Forty Years with Erhard Meister -- Remembering Erhard Meister -- The Family Man -- Recalling Meetings with Erhard Meister -- A View from Scotland -- The Lisbon
Connection -- Prof. Meister’s Relations to Freiberg -- Quasistatic Problems in Viscoplasticity Theory I:Models with Linear Hardening -- Wiener-Hopf Determinants with Fisher-Hartwig Symbols -- Convolution Type Operators with Symbols
Generated by Slowly Oscillating and Piecewise Continuous Matrix Functions -- Asymptotically Good Pseudomodes for Toeplitz Matrices and Wiener-Hopf Operators -- Crack-type Boundary Value Problems of Electroelasticity -- On a Class of
Wedge Diffraction Problems Posted by Erhard Meister -- Corner Singularities of Maxwell Interface and Eddy Current Problems -- On Some Aspects of the Analysis of Incompressible Flow Through Cascades of Profiles -- On Inversion of
Convolution Integral Operators on a Finite Interval -- Some Algebras of Functions with Fourier Coefficients in Weighted Orlicz Sequence Spaces -- Invertibility at Infinity of Band-Dominated Operators on the Space of Essentially Bounded
Functions -- Half Plane Diffraction Problems Using Alternative Integral Representations -- The Integral Equation Method for Dipole Equilibrium -- Characterization of Multipliers in Pairs of Besov Spaces -- Boundary Variational
Inequalities in the Theory of Interface Crack Problems -- Limiting Absorption Principle for a Class of Difference Equations -- Fredholmness of Convolution Type Operators -- The Distribution of Eigenvalues of Some Fractal Elliptic
Operators and Weyl Measures
ISBN:9783034879262
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Series:Operator Theory: Advances and Applications : 147
Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Functional analysis , Operator theory , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Physics , Mathematics , Operator Theory , Physics, general , Applications of Mathematics , Analysis , Functional Analysis , Mathematical Methods in Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9789401006064:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Organizations and Strategies in Astronomy Volume III
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (238 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0606-4
Contents:Editorial -- Close Encounters of the Third Kind with the Hubble Space Telescope -- Public Relations for a National Observatory -- Popularizing Astronomy: Four Decades as a Galley Slave -- The International Max Planck Research School
(IMPRS) for Astrophysics at Garching-Munich -- Quality Assurance in UK Higher Education -- NSF Evaluation Processes in the Astronomical Sciences -- Scientific Impact of Large Telescopes -- The Rôle of Ground Stations in Space
Observatories -- Some Thoughts about the Virtual Observatory Concept -- Organizational Issues in Large Scientific Projects -- The History of the Joint Organization for Solar Observations (JOSO) 1969–2000 -- Optical Astronomy and South
Africa. Part I. To 1994 -- Astronomy and Astrophysics in the Czech Republic -- Astronomy and Astrophysics in the Slovak Republic -- Historians and Astronomers: Same Pursuits? -- The View from the Observatory: History is Too Important
to be Left to the Historians -- Updated Bibliography of Socio-Astronomy
ISBN:9789401006064
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 280
Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Social sciences , Sociology , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Sociology, general , Social Sciences, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9789401003933:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:New Quests in Stellar Astrophysics: The Link Between Stars and Cosmology Proceedings of the International Conference held in Puerto Vallarta, México, 26–30 March 2001
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (314 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0393-3
Contents:A Few Things We Do Not Know About Stars and Model Atmospheres -- Cool Stellar Atmospheres -- A Critical Appraisal of ATLAS9 and NextGen5 Model Atmospheres -- A Precise New Method to Correcting Temperature in Stellar Atmospheres -- New
Phenomena Discovered in the Atmospheres of Normal Late-B Type Stars -- Heating the Quiet Corona by Explosive Events in UV: Results from SUMER on board SoHO -- A Grid of Synthetic Stellar UV Fluxes -- A Grid of LTE Zero-Metallicity
Stellar Fluxes -- The Evolutionary Properties of Zero-Metal Stars in the Mass Range Between 4 and 100 M? -- The Peculiar Evolution of Low-Mass Pop III Stars -- Zero-Metal Stellar Yields, the IMF for Population III and Nucleosynthetic
Constraints -- The Stellar IMF in Very Metal-Deficient Gas -- Cosmological Origin of the Lowest Metallicity Halo Stars -- Cosmological Chemistry and the Formation of the First Objects -- The Primordial Li: New Observations -- Star
Formation History in the Solar Neighborhood: the Link Between Stars and Cosmology -- Carbon and Oxygen Galactic Abundance Gradients Predicted by Different Stellar Yields -- The Upper End of the Galactic Metallicity Scale -- Spectral
Indices of Stars at Super-solar Regime -- The Proper Motion of the Globular Cluster NGC 6553 and of Bulge Stars with HST -- Update on Globular Cluster Ages -- A Survey of Open Clusters at San Pedro Mártir -- About the IMF in Young
Stellar Clusters -- Reconstructing Star Formation Episodes in the Local Group -- Deep Studies of the Resolved Stellar Populations in the Outskirts of M31 -- Comments on Binary Star Evolution and the Small Magellanic Cloud System HD
5980 -- Stellar Metallicities Beyond the Local Group with VLT/FORS -- An Estimate of H0 using Cepheid Period Luminosity Relations at Maximum Light -- H? Luminosity Function of H II Regions: Preliminary Calibration of a Powerful
Standard Candle -- On the Behavior of the Ionized Gas in NGC 4449 -- NGC 5044-N50: a Link Between Blue Compact Galaxies and Dwarf Ellipticals -- Star Formation in Ring Galaxies -- Recent Star Formation in Galaxies -- Extinction and
Star Formation Histories of Nearby Starburst Galaxies -- Dust and Nebular Emission in Star Forming Galaxies -- Modeling the Radio to X-ray SED of Galaxies -- Population Synthesis in the Blue and the Spectroscopic Age of 47 Tucanae --
On the Properties of Population III Stars and “Galaxies” -- Population Synthesis and the Diagnostics of High-Redshift Galaxies -- Explosive Yields of Metal Free SNII and the Abundances in Extremely Metal Poor Stars -- The First
Detection of Cobalt in a Damped Lyman Alpha System -- Type Ib-Ic Supernovae: Time Clocks of Seyfert Galaxies? -- On the Evolution of Cosmological Type I Supernovae and the Gravitational Constant -- Lifting the Veil: ?-Ray Bursts as
Beacons for Cosmic Star Formation -- Stars and Gas in High Redshift Galaxies -- Abundances in Damped Ly? Systems -- High Redshift Galaxies and the Intergalactic Medium -- Dust Penetrated Morphology in the High Redshift Universe -- The
Dusty Star Formation History of High-z Galaxies, Modeling Tools and Future Prospects -- On the Calibration of Star Formation Rates -- Excursions into the Evolution of Early-type Galaxies -- Optical Identification of X-ray Sources in a
High X-ray Flux Sensitivity Area from the RASS -- Intermediate Resolution H? Spectroscopy and Photometric Monitoring of 3C 390.3 ABCD -- From protostars to galaxies with GTM/LMT -- Searching for an Early Epoch of Star Formation with
mm/sub-mm Blank Field Surveys -- The Creation and Evolution of Galaxies in the Universe: Millimeter Cosmology @ INAOE -- 21-cm Emission from the Damped Lyman-? Absorber SBS 1543+593 ABCD -- Cosmological Parameters and the Baryon
Density from CMB and Galaxy Fluctuations -- List of Participants
ISBN:9789401003933
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 274
Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Space sciences , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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Title:Tubes, Sheets and Singularities in Fluid Dynamics Proceedings of the NATO RAW held in Zakopane, Poland, 2–7 September 2001, Sponsored as an IUTAM Symposium by the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (379 p.)
Note:10.1007/0-306-48420-X
Contents:Vortex Structure, Stability and Evolution -- Simulation of vortex sheet roll-up: chaos, azimuthal waves, ring merger -- Merging of non-symmetric Burgers vortices -- Effect of stretching on vortices with axial flow -- Optimal
two-dimensional perturbations in a stretched shear layer -- Advection-diffusion of a passive scalar in the flow of a decaying vortex -- Linear stability of a vortex ring revisited -- The vortex-in-cell method for the study of
three-dimensional vortex structures -- L-transition from right- to left-handed helical vortices -- Dynamical behaviour of counter-curren axisymmetric shear flows -- Singular Vortex Filaments -- Complexity measures of tangled vortex
filaments -- Corotating five point vortices in a plane -- On motion of a double helical vortex in a cylindrical tube -- Intensive and weak mixing in the chaotic region of a velocity field -- Evolution of the anisotropy of the quantum
vortex tangle -- Motion of vortex lines in quantum mechanics -- Magnetic Structure, Topology and Reconnection -- Magnetic dissipation: spatial and temporal structure -- Current sheets in the Sun’s corona -- A model for magnetic
reconnection -- Reconnection in magnetic and vorticity fields -- Energy, helicity and crossing number relations for complex flows -- Helicity conservation laws -- A third-order topological invariant for three magnetic fields --
Asymptotic structure of fast dynamo eigenfunctions -- Vortex Structure in Turbulent Flow -- Vortex tubes, spirals, and large-eddy simulation of turbulence -- Low-pressure vortex analysis in turbulence: life, structure, and dynamical
role of vortices -- Vortex bi-layers and the emergence of vortex projectiles in compressible accelerated inhomogeneous flows (AIFs) -- Interaction of localised packets of vorticity with turbulence -- Extraction of coherent vortex tubes
in a 3D turbulent mixing layer using orthogonal wavelets -- Vortex tubes in shear-stratified turbulent flows -- Coherent dynamics in wall turbulence -- Some characteristics of the coherent structures in turbulent boundary layers -- A
singularity-free model of the local velocity gradient and acceleration gradient structure of turbulent flow -- Spiral small-scale structures in compressible turbulent flows -- Finite-Time Singularity Problems -- Discrete groups,
symmetric flows and hydrodynamic blowup -- Diffusion of Lagrangian invariants in the Navier-Stokes equations -- Evidence for singularity formation in a class of stretched solutions of the equations for ideal MHD -- Numerical evidence
of breaking of vortex lines in an ideal fluid -- Sufficient condition for finite-time singularity and tendency towards self-similarity in a high-symmetry flow -- Finite time singularities in a class of hydro dynamic models -- On
stabilisation of solutions of singular quasi-linear parabolic equations with singular potentials -- Stokes Flow and Singular Behaviour Near Boundaries -- Interactions between two close spheres in Stokes flow -- Effective boundary
conditions for creeping flow along a periodic rough surface -- Steady Stokes flow in a trihedral corner
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Title:Operator Theory and Related Topics Proceedings of the Mark Krein International Conference on Operator Theory and Applications, Odessa, Ukraine, August 18–22, 1997 Volume II
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (419 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8413-6
Contents:Review papers: -- M.G. Krein’s Contributions to Prediction Theory -- M.G. Krein’s Contribution to the Moment -- Research Papers: -- Solution of the Truncated Matrix Hamburger Moment Problem according to M.G. Krein -- Extreme Points of
a Positive Operator Ball -- M-accretive Extensions of Sectorial Operators and Krein Spaces -- A Simple Proof of the Continuous Commutant Lifting Theorem -- The Outer Derivation Construction on the Algebra of Singular Integral Operators
with General Coefficients in Weighted Spaces and its Applications -- Self-adjoint Operators with Inner Singularities and Pontryagin Spaces -- On the Uniform Convergence Theorem for Semigroups -- On Stochastic Integral, Wick Calculus
and Generalized Stochastic Equations on Distribution Spaces of Non-gaussian Infinite Dimensional Analysis -- Bistrict Plus-operators in Krein Spaces and Dichotomous Behavior of Irreversible Dynamical Systems -- Singular Operator as a
Parameter of Self-adjoint Extensions -- Few-body Krein’s Formula -- Linearization and Compact Perturbation of Self-adjoint Analytic Operator Functions -- Operator Interpretation of Resonances Generated by Some Operator Matrices --
Generalized Resolvents of Isometric Linear Relations in Pontryagin Spaces, I: Foundations -- A Termwise Differentiation in the Inductive Scales of the Locally Convex Spaces -- Operator Relations, Dynamical Systems, and Representations
of a Class of Wick Algebras -- On Representations of Fn-algebras and their Applications -- Ergodic Theorems with Rates for R-times Integrated Solution Families -- Stochastic Equations in the Space of Formal Series: Convergence of
Solution -- A Trigonometric Moment Problem for ?2 -- Canonical Factorization of J-contractive-valued Functions -- Table of Contents of Volume I
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Title:Differential Operators and Related Topics Proceedings of the Mark Krein International Conference on Operator Theory and Applications, Odessa, Ukraine, August 18–22, 1997 Volume I
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (420 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8403-7
Contents:About the Mark Krein International Conference -- Mark Grigorevich Krein (A short biography) -- The Seminar on Ship Hydrodynamics, Organized by M.G. Krein -- Review Papers: The Works of M.G. Krein on Eigenfunction Expansion for
Selfadjoint Operators and their Applications and Development -- M.G. Krein and the Extension Theory of Symmetric Operators. Theory of Entire Operators -- Works by M.G. Krein on Inverse Problems -- Research Papers: The Spectrum of
Periodic Point Perturbations and the Krein Resolvent Formula -- The Periodic Choquard Equation -- On the Best Constant in a Poincare-Sobolev Inequality -- On Solutions of Parabolic Equations from Families of Banach Spaces Dependent on
Time -- Canonical Systems on the Line with Rational Spectral Densities: Explicit Formulas -- Oscillations in Systems with Periodic Coefficients and Sector-restricted Nonlinearities -- Differential Operator Matrices of Mixed Order with
Periodic Coefficients -- Asymptotics of Generalized Eigenvectors for Unbounded Jacobi Matrices with Power-like Weights, Pauli Matrices Commutation Relations and Cesaro Averaging -- Functional Means, Convolution Operators and Semigroups
-- The Inverse Spectral Problem for First Order Systems on the Half Line -- Exact Solution of the Marchenko Equation Relevant to Inverse Scattering on the Line -- An Arbitrary Oriented Crack in the Box Shell -- Homogeneity of a String
having Three Unperturbed Spectra -- On the Integro-differential Equation of a Torsion of an Elastic Medium Including a Cylindrical Crack -- Green’s Formula and Theorems on Isomorphisms for General Elliptic Problems for
Douglis-Nirenberg Elliptic Systems -- Sobolev’s Problem in Complete Scale of Banach Spaces -- On the Simple Waves with Profiles in the Form of some Special Functions-Chebyshov-Hermite, Mathiev, Whittaker-in Two-phase Media -- Inverse
Spectral Problem Related to the N-wave Equation -- Degenerated Hyperbolic Approximations of the Wave Theory of Elastic Plates -- Elliptic Problems with a Shift in Complete Scales of Sobolev-type Spaces -- On the Extremal Regularization
of the Variational Inequalities with Multivalued Operators -- Poly-Fock Spaces -- Diffraction of Longitudinal Shear Waves by a Hollow Thick Circular Cylinder which is Situated in the Elastic Halfspace -- On M.G. Krein’s Spectral Shift
Function for Canonical Systems of Differential Equations -- Table of Contents of Volume II
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Title:Advances in Superconductivity XI Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS ’98), November 16 – 19, 1998, Fukuoka
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (1502 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-4-431-66874-9
Contents:Plenary Lectures -- Physics: Normal State Properties. Superconducting State Properties. Vortex and Critical Current. Theories -- Chemistry: New Materials and New Superconductors. Crystallinity, Oxygen Content and Carrier Doping.
Syntheses, Phase Relations and Stability -- Critical Current: Flux Pinning Mechanism. Vortex Physics. Weak Links -- Wires, Tapes and Bulks: YBCO Type Superconductors. BSCCO, TBCCO and Other Type Superconductors. Applications -- Films
and Junctions: Film Growth. Film Characterization. Junctions and Process -- Device Applications: SQUID. Microwave Devices. Digital Devices. Other Superconducting Devices -- System Applications: HTS Coils. Magnetic Levitation, Bearings,
Motors and Actuators. Power Cables, Transformers and Fault Current Limiters. SMES, PCS and Current Leads. Magnetic Shielding Other Applications -- Standardization: Prospect and Basic Research for Standardization. Round Robin Test
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Title:Advances in Cold-Region Thermal Engineering and Sciences Technological, Environmental, and Climatological Impact Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium Held in Darmstadt, Germany, 22–25 August 1999
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (610 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0104166
Contents:Some observations on the historical development of conduction heat transfer -- Numerical and experimental investigation on frosting of energy-recovery ventilator -- Melting of unfixed material inside an elliptical capsule --
Experimental study on the critical heat flux of ice accretion along a fine wire immersed in a cold air flow with water spray -- The characteristics of frost growth on parallel plates -- Effect of ultrasonic waves on freezing of
supercooled water -- Numerical modeling of dendritic ice crystals -- Measurement of temperature and velocity fields of freezing water using liquid crystal tracers -- Heat transfer enhancement of a direct contact melting process by
oscillating motion -- Permeability of an aqueous solution in a state of partial solidification -- Lateral freezing of a porous medium saturated with an aqueous salt solution -- Spontaneous melting of ice in a CaCl2 solution -- An
analytic solution prescribing the time-dependent formation of a solid crust inside a convectively cooled plane channel -- Melting heat-transfer characteristics of an inclined ice plate immersed in a hydrophobic liquid -- Plane flow of
an ice sheet exhibiting strain-induced anisotropy -- A meso-macro model for the description of induced anisotropy of natural ice, including grain interaction -- Classical mixture models for polythermal ice -- Modelling the ice
single-crystal viscoplastic behaviour -- Remarks on self-consistent modelling of polycrystalline ice -- Anisotropic isothermal ice-cap flow with the shallow ice approximation -- Orthotropic viscous model for ice -- Tertiary flow
relations for compression and shear components in combined stress tests on ice -- An iterative solution procedure for shallow stokes flows. The shallow ice approximation revisited -- Nested high-resolution modelling of the greenland
summit region -- Numerical age computation of the antarctic ice sheet for dating deep ice cores -- Three-dimensional isothermal boundary layer solutions of slow creeping ice flows based on the shallow ice approximation -- A comparison
study between two visco-plastic sea-ice models -- Influence of ice accumulation distribution on ice sheet stability -- A computational procedure for instationary temperature-dependent snow creep -- Transformation of the snow crystal to
a particle of ice -- Temperature and temperature gradient dependence of snow recrystallization in depth hoar snow -- On creep flow of snow and firn -- Relation of temperature gradient to heat transfer in snow -- Methods of similitude
in granular avalanche flows -- Experimental study of gas hydrate formation in porous media -- Electroacoustic technique to study changes in the liquid phase state of frozen soils -- Permeability effects on winter-time natural
convection in gravel embankments -- Barothermic effect and temperature regime of frozen soil -- Detecting alpine permafrost using electro-magnetic methods -- Climatic warming and permafrost -- The monitoring and prediction of
permafrost temperature, distribution and geocryological processes within russia under global climate changes -- Thermally induced temporal strain variations in rock walls observed at subzero temperatures -- Soil microstructure and the
thermodynamic behaviour of permafrost affected soils -- Heat transfer in heat storage arrangements under melting -- Microscale analysis of ice crystals made from aqueous solutions by scanning tunneling microscope -- Development study
of a novel tower-style tank for simultaneous storing warm water and ice -- Latent heat storage in a fixed-bed packed with cross-linked polymer particles -- Development of an efficient static-type ice thermal energy storage vessel using
a low concentration aqueous solution -- Heat storage for a bus petrol internal-combustion engine -- Heat pumps and heat pipes for applications in cold regions
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Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Thermodynamics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Engineering , Mechanics , Mechanics, Applied , Engines , Machinery , Physics , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Engine Technology , Engineering, general , Theoretical and Applied Mechanics , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Title:Advances in Superconductivity X Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS ’97), October 27–30, 1997, Gifu Volume 1–3
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (1472 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-4-431-66879-4
Contents:1 Plenary Lectures -- 2 Physics -- 2.1 Transport and Physical Properties -- 2.2 spectroscopy -- 2.3 Structure Studies -- 2.4 Theory -- 3 Chemistry -- 3.1 New Materials and New Superconductors -- 3.2 Crystallinity, Oxygen Constant, and
Carrier Doping -- 3.3 Syntheses and Phase Relations -- 4 Flux Pinning -- 4.1 Flux Characterization -- 4.2 Flux Pinning and Flux Dynamics -- 4.3 Electromagnetic Properties -- 5 Wires, Tapes, and Bulk -- 5.1 YBCO Type Superconductors --
5.2 BACCO, TBCCO, and Other Type Superconductors -- 5.3 Applications -- 6 Thin Films -- 6.1 Epitaxial Growth and Preparation Technologies -- 6.2 Growth Mechanism and Characterization -- 7 Device Applications -- 7.1 Josephson Junctions
and Squid -- 7.2 Microwave Devices -- 7.3 Digital Devices -- 7.4 Other Superconducting Devices -- 8 System Applications -- 8.1 Fault Current Limiters and Power Cables -- 8.2 Generators, Motors, and Energy Storage Systems -- 8.3
Magnetic Levitation and Magnetic Bearings -- 8.4 Magnetic Shielding and Other Applications -- 9 Standardization -- 9.1 Prospects and Strategy of Standardization -- 9.2 Round Robin Test -- Author Index I-l -- Key Word Index -- Author
Index -- Key Word Index
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Title:Recent Progress in Operator Theory International Workshop on Operator Theory and Applications, IWOTA 95, in Regensburg, July 31–August 4,1995
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (288 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8793-9
Contents:Inversion formulas for compressions of block-Toeplitz operators -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Main results -- 3. Inversion formulas for block-Toeplitz and block-Pick matrices -- 4. Inversion formulas for block-Toeplitz integral operators
in 5-1 (0, a) (a < ?) -- References -- Contractive linear relations in Pontryagin spaces -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Contractive linear relations -- 3. Regularization -- 4. Criteria for maximality -- 5. Properties of maximal contractive
linear relations -- 6. Invariant subspaces -- References -- On a new algorithm for almost periodic factorization -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Known results -- 3. The reduction procedure -- 4. Matrices with regular Fourier spectra -- 5.
Repeated use of the reduction procedure -- 6. Trinomial f -- 7. Block matrix generalizations -- 8. Final remarks -- References -- On the normal solvability of cohomological equations on compact topological spaces -- 1. Introduction --
2. Dynamical lemmas -- 3. Proof of the Main Theorem -- 4. Appendix -- References -- On nonnegative realizations of rational matrix functions and nonnegative input-output systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nonnegative realizations of
rational matrix functions -- 3. Nonnegative input output systems -- 4. Appendix -- References -- On the geometric structure of regular dilations -- 1. Notations and preliminaries -- 2. The structure of regular and *-regular isometric
dilations -- 3. Functional model and maximal function for a bicontraction having a *-regular dilation -- References -- On generalized interpolation and shift invariant maximal semidefinite subspaces -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
Preliminaries -- 3. Generalized interpolation -- 4. The bitangential Nevanlinna-Pick problem -- References -- The sum of matrix Nevanlinna functions and self-adjoint extensions in exit spaces -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Nevanlinna pairs
-- 3. Kre 6-1 n’s formula -- 4. The sum of Q-functions -- 5. The orthogonal sum of Sturm-Liouville operators -- 6. Schur complements of Q-functions -- 7. Nevanlinna functions and exit spaces -- References -- Properties of “derived”
Hankel matrices -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Representations of m-derived Hankel matrices -- 3. Vandermonde factorization -- 4. Generating functions and Bezoutians -- 5. Triangular derived Hankel matrices -- References -- The probability
that a (partial) matrix is positive semidefinite -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The case of full matrices -- 3. The case of partial matrices -- 4. The probability of the existence of a positive semidefinite completion -- References --
Factorization of lower triangular unitary operators with finite Kronecker index into elementary factors -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Unitary time varying systems -- 3. Observability and controllability of unitary time varying systems -- 4.
A realization theorem -- 5. Cascade connection and factorization -- 6. Proof of Theorems 1.1 and 1.2 -- 7. Main theorems for operators in the class LK -- References -- Fredholm theory of interpolation morphisms -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
Fredholm theory in a paraalgebra of interpolation morphisms -- 3. Interpolation of Fredholm elements -- 4. Perturbation results for the real interpolation methods -- References -- Resolvents of symmetric operators and the degenerated
Nevanlinna-Pick problem -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Straus extensions -- 3. The u-resolvents of S -- 4. The degenerated Nevanlinna-Pick problem -- 5. Explicit formulas -- References -- Perturbation of linear semigroups -- 1. Introduction
-- 2. Essential spectral radius for perturbed semigroups -- References -- On the approximation of operators and the convergence of the spectra of the approximants -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The main result -- 3. Auxiliary results and
proofs -- References
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Title:Modern Mathematical Models of Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology Proceedings of the International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 11–13 April, 1996
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (396 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5628-8
Contents:Day 1 Sessions 1–3 -- Session 1. The Redshift -- The pair of X-ray sources across NGC 4258, its relation to intrinsic redshifts, ejection and quantization -- A fresh look at discordant redshift galaxies in compact groups -- Evidence
for quantized and variable redshifts in the cosmic background rest frame -- Testing for quantized redshifts. I. The project -- The distribution of galaxy pair redshifts -- Session 2. Critical Properties of the Universe -- Density
fluctuations on super-Hubble scales -- The challenge of large-scale structure -- Electric space: evolution of the plasma universe -- Gamma-ray bursts: should cosmologists care? -- Session 3. Statistical Methods -- Testing for quantized
redshifts. II. The local supercluster -- Power spectrum analysis and redshift data -- Statistical analysis of the occurrence of periodicities in galaxy redshift data -- Zooming in on the redshift problem -- Day 2 Sessions 4–5 --
Session 4. New Approaches to Cosmology -- Two universes -- Anomalous redshifts and the variable mass hypothesis -- Three-dimensional quantized time in cosmology -- Session 5. Gravitation and Time in General Relativity -- The
stress-energy tensor and the deflection of light in 6-dimensional general relativity -- Einstein’s greatest mistake? -- Time, space and complex geometry -- Discrete spatial scales in a fractal universe -- Possible new properties of
gravity -- On the cosmic limits of physical laws -- Changes in concepts of time from Aristotle to Einstein -- On the transmutation and annihilation of pencil-generated spacetime dimensions -- Day 3 Sessions 6–7 -- Session 6. Nuclear
and Particle Physics -- Particles, space and time -- Time anisotropy and quantum measurement: Clues for transcending the geometrical picture of time -- 3-D Period doubling and magnetic moments of particles -- Relics of the primordial
origins of space and time in the low energy world -- Unexplained empirical relations among certain scatterings -- Spherical rotation, particles and cosmology -- Session 7. Mathematical Models and Methods -- A Non-linear model for time
-- Defining spacetime -- Some elementary geometric aspects of extending the dimension of the space of instants -- Fisher information as a measure of time
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Title:Fundamental Stellar Properties: The Interaction Between Observation and Theory Proceedings of the 189th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held at the Women’s College, University of Sydney, Australia, 13–17 January 1997
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Contents:1. Introduction -- Introductory overview -- 2. Stellar Distances -- The Hipparcos results -- Review of CCD parallax measurements -- Stellar distances by the Baade-Wesselink method -- 3. Stellar Angular Diameters and Radii -- Stellar
angular diameter measurements by interferometry -- Astrometry Using Interferometry at Optical Wavelengths -- Lunar occultation measurements of stellar angular diameters -- Stellar radii -- 4. Stellar Flux Distributions -- The visual
and infrared flux calibrations -- Review of the ultraviolet flux calibration -- The bolometric luminosities of stars -- The colours of the Sun -- The ISO-SWS flux standard stars: synthetic spectra and observations -- UV energy
distributions of active cool stars -- 5. Stellar Masses and Surface Gravities -- Precise stellar mass and mass-luminosity data -- Interferometric measurements of binaries -- Determining the masses of white dwarfs in magnetic
cataclysmic variables from x-ray observations -- Empirical surface gravities -- 6. The Stellar Effective Temperature Scale -- Cool star empirical temperature scales -- The effective temperatures of hot stars -- The stellar temperature
scale from angular diameters and flux distributions -- Stellar effective temperatures through the infrared flux method -- Tests of effective temperature — colour relations -- 7. Stellar Abundances -- Review of abundances for mid-Teff
stars -- The broadening of metallic lines in cool stars -- Abundances of the elements in the halo stars — interaction between observation and theory -- Abundance anomalies in globular clusters -- Stellar parameters in the bulge cluster
NGC 6553 -- 8. Stellar Atmospheres -- Non-LTE line blanketed atmospheres for hot stars -- Progress on model atmospheres and line data -- Atmosphere models for very low mass stars, brown dwarfs and exoplanets -- Parameter identification
— a new way of assessing errors in stellar atmosphere analysis -- Atmospheric motions and granulation in cool stars — observations and theory -- Chromospheres, activity and magnetic fields -- Pulsating stellar atmospheres -- What do we
do when models don’t fit? On model atmospheres and real stellar spectra -- 9. Stellar Oscillations and Pulsations -- Observing solar-like oscillations -- Constraints on stellar interior physics from helioseismology -- Bulge ? Scuti
stars in the MACHO database -- Properties of Cepheids and long-period variables -- RR Lyrae variables -- 10. Stellar Models Versus Observations -- The evolution of massive stars -- Evolution of intermediate mass stars -- Theory of low
mass stars, brown dwarfs and extra-solar giant planets -- 11. Stellar Interiors -- Rotation: a fundamental parameter of massive stars -- The effect of rotation on RGB surface abundances -- The importance of helium and metals diffusion
in stars -- 12. Evolved Stars -- Non-variable horizontal-branch stars -- NLTE analyses of PG 1159 stars: constraints for the structure and evolution of post-AGB stars -- The Asymptotic Giant Branch -- Cool white dwarfs: atmosphere,
cooling and galactic implications -- Theory, observation and experiment: stellar hydrodynamics -- Summary and review: Interaction of observations and theory of stellar interiors -- 13. Stellar Chemical Evolution -- Stellar chemical
evolution -- Chemical evolution of galaxies — challenges for stellar astronomy -- 14. Stellar Ages -- New model atmosphere analysis of cool white dwarfs: a revised luminosity function and constraints on the age of the Galaxy --
Hipparcos subdwarfs and globular cluster ages: towards reliable absolute ages -- Globular cluster ages: are they converging? -- 15. Conclusion -- Achievements and prospects -- Discussion -- Indexes -- Author Index -- Object Index
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Title:Recent Developments in Operator Theory and Its Applications International Conference in Winnipeg, October 2–6, 1994
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Date:1996
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Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-9035-9
Contents:Inverse scattering problem for continuous transmission lines with rational reflection coefficient function -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Some results on differential expressions -- 3. The reflection coefficient function -- 4. The rational
case -- References -- The band method and the Grassmannian approach for completion and extension problems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Grassmannian approach -- 3. Proofs of theorems 2.2 and 2.3 -- 4. The Caratheodory and Nehari
extension problems -- 5. Operator matrix extension problems -- References -- Polar decompositions in finite dimensional indefinite scalar product spaces: Special cases and applications -- 1. Introduction -- 2. H-contractive matrices --
3. H-plus matrices -- 4. Indefinite scalar products with only one positive square -- 5. Polar decompositions with special unitary factors -- 6. Applications: Linear optics -- References -- Positive differential operators in Krein space
L2(R) -- 1. Abstract results -- 2. Differential operators with constant coefficients -- 3. Half-range completeness -- References -- Elliptic problems involving an indefinite weight function -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3.
Main results -- 4. Examples -- References -- The KDV hierarchy and associated trace formulas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The KDV hierarchy, recursion relations, and hyperelliptic curves -- 3. The stationary formalism -- 4. The
time-dependent formalism -- 5. General trace formulas -- Appendix A. Hyperelliptic curves of the KDV-type and theta functions -- Appendix B. An explicit illustration of the Riemann-Roch theorem -- References -- On spectral properties
of Schrödinger-type operator with complex potential -- 1. General perturbation results -- 2. Application to the Schrodinger-type operator -- Appendix 1. Proof of Theorem 1 -- Appendix 2. Proof of Theorem 6 -- Appendix 3. The
subordination condition -- References -- Coalgebras and spectral theory in one and several parameters -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Coalgebras and comodules -- 3. The coalgebra dual of a polynomial algebra -- 4. The primary decomposition
theorem -- 5. Monic matrix polynomials -- 6. Several commuting maps -- 7. Multiparameter systems -- References -- Destabilization of infinite-dimensional time-varying systems via dynamical output feedback -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
Notation and fundamental results -- 3. System description -- 4. Problem formulation -- 5. Destabilization results -- References -- Perturbations of G-selfadjoint operators and operator polynomials with real spectrum -- 1. Introduction
-- 2. Perturbations of finite rank -- 3. Small and compact perturbations -- 4. Applications to operator polynomials -- 5. A factorization theorem in the monic case -- 6. Differential equations with stably bounded solutions -- 7. The
case of noninvertible leading coefficient -- References -- Definitizable G-unitary operators and their applications to operator polynomials -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminary definitions and results -- 3. Compact perturbations -- 4.
Operator polynomials quasihyperbolic on T -- 5. Other charcterizations of QHP on T -- References -- System theoretic aspects of completely symmetric systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Discrete time systems -- 3. Continuous-time systems
-- References -- Contractive completion of block matrices and its application to H? control of periodic systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. H? periodic control and lifting -- 3. Matrix contractive completion -- 4. All H? suboptimal
periodic controllers -- 5. Concluding remarks -- Appendix: Proof of Theorem 1 -- References -- Spline approximation methods for Wiener-Hopf operators -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Technical preliminaries -- 3. An algebra of approximation
sequences for Wiener-Hopf operators -- 4. Approximation methods for composed operators -- References -- Inertia conditions for the minimization of quadratic forms in indefinite metric spaces -- 1. Introduction -- 2. An inertia result
for linear transformations -- 3. The indefinite-weighted least-squares problem -- 4. The equivalent estimation problem -- 5. Relations between the IWLS and EE problems -- 6. Incorporating state-space structure -- 7. A recursive IWLS
problem in the presence of state-space structure -- 8. An application to H?-filtering -- 9. An application to robust adaptive filters -- 10. An application to total least-squares methods -- 11. Concluding remarks -- References --
Bounds for the width of the instability intervals in the Mathieu equation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- References -- Operator pencils arising in elasticity and hydrodynamics: The instability index formula -- 1. Classes of
unbounded operator pencils -- 2. Root subspaces of linear dissipative pencils and their properties -- 3. Quadratic dissipative pencils and the instability index formula -- 4. Applications -- References -- Toeplitz-like operators and
their finite sections -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The main results -- 3. Proofs -- References -- Spectral representations and spectral functions of symmetric operators -- 0. Introduction -- 1. Spectral representations of linear operators
-- 2. Selfadjoint extension in a larger Hilbert space -- 3. The generalized spectral function of a symmetric operator and the corresponding spectral transformation -- 4. Generalized resolvents of a symmetric operator -- References --
Hankel type operators, Bourgain algebras, and isometries -- 1. Hankel type operators and Bourgain algebras -- 2. Complete continuity of Hankel type operators and isometries -- 3. Biholomorphic equivalence and Bourgain algebras --
References -- Effective computation of operators defined by line integrals -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Numerical procedure -- 3. Modified Gaussian quadratures -- 4. Piecewise modified Guassian quadrature on an interval -- 5. The
calculation of line integrals -- 6. Extension for the calculation of operators defined by Cauchy principal value integrals -- References
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Title:Applications of Interval Computations
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (428 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-3440-8
Contents:1 Applications of Interval Computations: An Introduction -- 1 What are Interval Computations? -- 2 International Workshop on Applications of Interval Computations: How This Book Originated -- 3 General Optimization Problems -- 4
General Systems of Equations and Inequalities -- 5 Linear Interval Problems -- 6 Interval Computations Can Also Handle Possible Additional Information About the Input Data -- 7 Software and Hardware Support for Interval Computations --
References -- 2 A Review of Techniques in the Verified Solution of Constrained Global Optimization Problems -- 1 Introduction, Basic Ideas and Literature -- 2 On Constrained Optimization Problems -- 3 On Use of Interval Newton Methods
-- 4 Applications -- 5 Summary and Present Work -- References -- 3 The Shape of the Symmetric Solution Set -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Notation -- 3 Results -- 4 Examples -- References -- 4 Linear Interval Equations: Computing Enclosures
with Bounded Relative Overestimation is NP-Hard -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Result -- 3 The Symmetric Case -- 4 Concluding Remark -- References -- 5 Quality Improvement via Optimization of Tolerance Intervals During the Design Stage --
1 Introduction -- 2 Some Basic Models, and their Origins -- 3 Model of Performance Characteristic is Known Beforehand -- 4 Model Parameters Estimated in Controlled Conditions -- 5 Controlled Conditions are Unavailable -- 6 Temperature
Controller -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Applications of Interval Computations to Regional Economic Input-Output Models -- 1 Economic Input-Output Models -- 2 Technical Coefficients are Only Known with Uncertainty -- 3
Statistical Methods are Not Directly Applicable, Hence, Interval Computations May Be Useful -- 4 Computational Algorithms -- 5 An Example -- References -- 7 Interval Arithmetic in Quantum Mechanics -- 1 Quantum Mechanics -- 2
Computer-Assisted Set-up -- 3 The Thomas-Fermi Equation -- 4 The Aperiodicity Inequality -- References -- 8 Interval Computations on the Spreadsheet -- 1 Limitations of Spreadsheet Computing -- 2 Extended IA on a Spreadsheet -- 3
Global IA on a Spreadsheet -- 4 Interval Constraint Spreadsheets -- 5 Discussion -- References -- 9 Solving Optimization Problems with Help of the UniCalc Solver -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The UniCalc Solver -- 3 The Algorithm of Sub
definite Calculations -- 4 Solving Integer Programming Problems -- 5 Real-Valued Optimization -- 6 Future Developments -- References -- 10 Automatically Verified Arithmetic on Probability Distributions and Intervals -- 1 Introduction
-- 2 Correctly Representing PDFs and Intervals with Histograms -- 3 Arithmetic Operations -- References -- 11 Nested Intervals and Sets: Concepts, Relations to Fuzzy Sets, and Applications -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Nested Intervals and
Nested Sets -- 3 Other Problems Where Nested Sets and Nested Intervals Can Be Used: Identification, Optimization, Control, and Decision Making -- 4 Applications of Nested Sets and Nested Intervals -- Appendix A Proofs -- References --
12 Fuzzy Interval Inference Utilizing the Checklist Paradigm and BK-Relational Products -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Many-Valued Logics for Interval Fuzzy Inference Based on the Checklist Paradigm -- 3 Groups of Logic Transformations of
Interval Connectives -- 4 Special Types of Compositions of Relations -- 5 An Application: The Basic Knowledge Handling Mechanisms of CLIN AID by Means of Relational Inference -- 6 Toward Successful Utilization of Interval Methods in
Soft Computing -- References -- 13 Computing Uncertainty in Interval Based Sets -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Evidence Sets as a Description of Uncertainty -- 3 Different Measures of Uncertainty, and How to Describe them Numerically -- 4
L-Fuzzy Sets, Interval Based L-Fuzzy Sets, and L-Evidence Sets -- 5 3-D Uncertainty Unit Cube -- References -- 14 Software and Hardware Techniques for Accurate, Self-Validating Arithmetic -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Software Tools -- 3
Hardware Designs -- 4 A Variable-Precision, Interval Arithmetic Coprocessor -- 5 Conclusions and Areas for Future Research -- References -- 15 Stimulating Hardware and Software Support for Interval Arithmetic -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The
Participants -- 3 Stable Equilibrium -- 4 The Interval Paradigm Shift -- 5 System Supplier Demand -- 6 End-user Demand -- 7 Action Plan -- References
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Keywords: Mathematics , Artificial intelligence , Computer mathematics , Mathematical models , Calculus of variations , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control Optimization , Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
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Title:MODA4 — Advances in Model-Oriented Data Analysis Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop in Spetses, Greece June 5–9, 1995
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (297 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-12516-8
Contents:I Optimal Design -- Optimal Designs for Time—Dependent Responses -- Robust Optimal Designs with Constraints -- Bayesian Designs for Approximate Normality -- Simulation Approach to One-Stage and Sequential Optimal Design Problems --
One Bound for the Mean Duration of Sequential Testing Homogeneity -- MV-optimization in Simple Linear Regression -- On the Support Points of D-Optimal Nonlinear Experimental Designs for Chemical Kinetics -- Designing Experiments for
Additive Nonlinear Models -- D-Optimal Designs for Generalized Linear Models -- Further Results on Optimal Designs for Generalized Tic Polynomials on the Simplex -- Relations between Spring and Chemical Balance Weighing Designs with
the Diagonal Covariance Matrix of Errors -- Optimal Design for Experiments with Potentially Failing Trials -- Regression Design for One-Dimensional Subspaces -- D-Optimal First Order Saturated Designs with n ? 2mod4 Observations -- On
Information Matrices for Fixed and Random Parameters in Generally Balanced Experimental Block Designs -- Estimation of Parameters in Factorial Triallel Analysis for BIB Design — the Mixed Model -- On the Optimality of Certain Nested
Block Designs under a Mixed Effects Model -- Construction of A-Optimum Cross-Over Designs -- An Algorithm for Sampling Optimization for Semivariogram Estimation -- II Estimation and Optimization -- Multivariate Transformations,
Regression Diagnostics and Seemingly Unrelated Regression -- Regression Rank Scores: Asymptotic Linearity and RR-Estimators -- The Asymptotic Distribution of Regression Parameters -- Some Simulation Results on Cross-Validation and
Competitors for Model Choice -- Robust Estimation of Non-linear Aspects -- Robust Minimax Adaptive M-Estimators of Regression Parameters -- Modeling Heterogeneity and Extraneous Variation Using Weighted Distributions -- Gibbs Sampling
for ARCH Models in Finance -- A Class of Recursive Algorithms Using Non-parametric Methods with Constant Step Size and Window Width: A Numerical Study -- Robust Design of Products Depending on Both Qualitative and Quantitative Factors
-- Improving on Golden-Section Optimisation for Locally Symmetric Functions
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Title:Operator Theory and Boundary Eigenvalue Problems International Workshop in Vienna, July 27–30, 1993
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (316 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-9106-6
Contents:Coisometrically valued rational matrix functions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Functions with coisometric values on the line -- 3. Functions with coisometric values on the circle -- 4. Inner functions -- References -- On some aspects of
V.E. Katsnelson’s investigations on interrelations between left and right Blaschke-Potapov products -- 1. Some notation and preliminaries -- 2. On J-inner functions and their factorizations -- 3. On jpq-inner functions and generalized
bitangential Schur-Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation -- 4. On V.E. Katsnelson’s refinement of the factorization theory of J-inner functions -- 5. An inverse problem for A-singular jpq-inner functions -- References -- On some development of
the S. Krein pencil theory -- References -- Discrete nonstationary bounded real lemma in indefinite metrics, the strict contractive case -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3. Strict (J, J1) contractions: necessary conditions for
a special case -- 4. Strict (J, J1) contractions: necessary conditions in the general case -- 5. The main results -- References -- Regularity of finite type critical points for self-adjoint operators in Krein space -- 1. Introduction
and notation -- 2. Preliminary results -- 3. Regularity tests -- 4. ECR chains -- 5. General Krein spaces -- References -- Quasi-uniformly positive operators in Krein space -- 1. Quasi-uniformly positive operators -- 2. Quasi-uniformly
positive forms -- 3. Klein-Gordon equation -- References -- Functional-differential and functional equations with rescaling -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Asymptotic behavior of the solutions -- 3. Compactly supported solutions. Wavelets and
subdivision processes -- 4. Spectral methods in the theory of functional-differential equations, applications to quasi-crystals and localization theory -- 5. Probabilistic methods in functional-differential equations theory -- 6.
Invariant measures and chaos -- On the signatures of selfadjoint pencils -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The signatures of selfadjoint operators in Krein spaces -- 3. The Krein space environment -- 4. The Pontryagin space case -- 5.
Applications to selfadjoint pencils -- References -- On the spectral theory of an elliptic boundary value problem involving an indefinite weight -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3. Main results -- 4. Some technical results --
5. Proof of theorem 3.4 -- References -- Nonlinearity in H?-control theory, causality in the commutant lifting theorem, and extension of intertwining operators -- 0. Introduction -- 1. Systems -- 3. The linear optimization problem and
the commutant lifting theorem -- 4. The nonlinear optimization problem and the iterative commutant lifting procedure -- 5. The causal LOP and the causal CLT -- 6. CLOP and CLT -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- Analysis of the radiation
loss: asymptotics beyond all orders -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Asymptotic formulas -- 3. Radiation loss problems -- References -- Selfadjoint extensions of a closed linear relation of defect one in a Krein space -- 1. Selfadjoint closed
linear relations with a finite number of negative squares.. -- 2. Nonnegative closed linear relations of defect one -- 3. Nonnegative closed linear relations of regular defect one -- 4. Nonnegative closed linear relations with a
nonreal eigenvalue -- 5. The nonreal spectrum of the selfadjoint extensions -- 6. Selfadjoint extensions with an empty resolvent set -- 7. The resolvents of the selfadjoint extensions -- 8. The nonnegative selfadjoint extensions --
References -- Differential geometry of generalized Grassmann manifolds in C*-algebras -- 1. Environments and their Grassmannians -- 2. Topological properties -- 3. The standard lift -- 4. Differentiate structures -- 5. Invariant linear
connections -- 6. Geodesics -- References -- Nonlinear equations and inverse spectral problems on the axis -- 1. On the Weyl-Titchmarsh matrix-function -- 2. Spectral data evolution -- 3. Investigation of the NSE and the MKdVE --
References -- Rayleigh problem and Friedrichs model -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Operator-theoretic formulation of the problem (2)-(3): generalized eigenfunctions -- 3. Spectral analysis of the problem (2)–(3): Friedrichs’ model approach
and expansion theorem -- 4. Scattering problem for Friedrichs’ model related to the Rayleigh equation -- 5. Solvability class for inverse scattering problem. Local existence and uniqueness theorem -- References -- Yet another face of
the creation operator -- References -- On transformations of canonical systems -- 0. Introduction -- 1. Some transformation rules -- 2. Changes of the spectral density by rational factors -- References -- Complementary triangular forms
for infinite matrices -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Lower-upper factorization -- 3. Hilbert space analogues -- References -- List of participants -- List of lectures
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Title:Computations with Markov Chains Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on the Numerical Solution of Markov Chains
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (600 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2241-6
Contents:1 Detecting Block GI/M/1 and Block M/G/1 Matrices from Model Specifications -- 2 On Cyclic Reduction Applied to a Class of Toeplitz-like Matrices Arising in Queueing Problems -- 3 A Markov Modulated, Nearly Completely Decomposable
M/M/1 Queue -- 4 Preconditioned Krylov subspace methods for the numerical solution of Markov chains -- 5 A Parallel Block Projection Method of the Cimmino Type for Finite Markov Chains -- 6 Iterative Methods for Queueing Models with
Batch Arrivals -- 7 Transient Colutions of Markov Processes by Krylov Subspaces -- 8 Exact Methods for the Transient Analysis of Nonhomogeneous Continuous Time Markov Chains -- 9 Time-Dependent behavior of Redundant Systems with
Deterministic Repair -- 10 What is Fundamental for Markov Chains: First Passage Times, Fundamental Matrices, and Group Generalized Inverses -- 11 Immediate Events in Markov Chains -- 12 Compositional Markovian Modelling Using A Process
Algebra -- 13 Equivalence Relations for Stochastic Automata Networks -- 14 Graphs and Stochastic Automata Networks -- 15 Analyzing Sample Path Data from Markov Chain Sampling Experiments -- 16 Resource Sharing Models with
State-Dependent Arrivais of Batches -- 17 Implementable Policies: Discounted Cost Case -- 18 Two Bounding Schemes for the Steady-State Solution of Markov Chains -- 19 The Power-Series Algorithm for Markovian Queueing Networks -- 20
Discrete-Time Markovian Stochastic Petri Nets -- 21 Concurrent Generalized Petri Nets -- 22 Exploiting Isomorphisms and Special Structures in the Analysis of Markov Regenerative Stochastic Petri Nets -- 23 Numerical solution of large
finite Markov chains by algebraic multigrid techniques -- 24 On the Utility of the Multi-Level Algorithm for the Solution of Nearly Completely Decomposable Markov Chains -- 25 A Computationally Efficient Algorithm for Characterizing
the Superposition of Multiple Heterogeneous Interrupted Bernoulli Processes -- 26 Generalized Folding Algorithm for Transient Analysis of Finite QBD Processes and its Queueing Applications -- 27 Efficient Solutions for a Class of
Non-Markovian Models -- 28 Markovian Arrival and Service Communication Systems: Spectral Expansions, Separability and Kronecker-Product Forms -- 29 Empirical Comparison of Uniformization Methods for Continuous-Time Markov Chains -- 30
Numerical Methods for M/G/1 Type Queues -- 31 Closing the Gap between Classical and Tensor Based Iteration Techniques -- 32 Adaptive Relaxation for the Steady-State Analysis of Markov Chains -- 33 State Space Decomposition for Large
Markov Chains -- 34 Aggregation/Disaggregation Method on Parallel Computer -- 35 Parallel Implementation of the GTH Algorithm for Markov Chains -- 36 A Parallel Implementation of the Block-GTH algorithm -- 37 Approximate Computation of
Sojourn Time Distribution in Open Queueing Networks
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Keywords: Mathematics , Operations research , Decision making , Microprocessors , Numerical analysis , Computer mathematics , Number theory , Probabilities , Mathematics , Number Theory , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Numeric Computing , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Processor Architectures
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Title:Proceedings of the International Conference on Linear Statistical Inference LINSTAT ’93
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (306 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-1004-4
Contents:Estimation, Prediction and Testing in Linear Models -- Increments for (co)kriging with trend and pseudo-covariance estimation -- On the presentation of the minimax linear estimator in the convex linear model -- Estimation of
parameters in a special type of random effects model -- Recent results in multiple testing: several treatments vs. a specified treatment -- Multiple-multivariate-sequential T2-comparisons -- On diagnosing collinearity-influential
points in linear regression -- Using nonnegative minimum biased quadratic estimation for variable selection in the linear regression model -- Partial least squares and a linear model -- Robustness -- One-way analysis of variance under
Tukey contamination: a small sample case simulation study -- A note on robust estimation of parameters in mixed unbalanced models -- Optimal bias bounds for robust estimation in linear models -- Estimation of Variance Components --
Geometrical relations among variance component estimators -- Asymptotic efficiencies of MINQUE and ANOVA variance component estimates in the nonnormal random model -- On asymptotic normality of admissible invariant quadratic estimators
of variance components -- Admissible nonnegative invariant quadratic estimation in linear models with two variance components -- About the multimodality of the likelihood function when estimating the variance components in a one-way
classification by means of the ML or REML method -- Nonlinear Generalizations -- Prediction domain in nonlinear models -- The geometry of nonlinear inference: accounting of prior and boundaries -- Design and Analysis of Experiments --
General balance: artificial theory or practical relevance? -- Optimality of generally balanced experimental block designs -- Optimality of the orthogonal block design for robust estimation under mixed models -- On generalized binary
proper efficiency-balanced block designs -- Design of experiments and neighbour methods -- A new look into composite designs -- Using the complex linear model to search for an optimal juxtaposition of regular fractions -- Some
directions in comparison of linear experiments: a review -- Properties of comparison criteria of normal experiments -- Miscellanea -- Characterizations of oblique and orthogonal projectors -- Asymptotic properties of least squares
parameter estimators in a dynamic errors-in-variables model -- A generic look at factor analysis -- On Q-covariance and its applications -- List of Referees -- Contributor Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Algebraic geometry , Matrix theory , Algebra , System theory , Probabilities , Statistics , Mathematics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Statistics, general , Linear and Multilinear Algebras, Matrix Theory , Algebraic Geometry , Systems Theory, Control
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Title:Applications of Fibonacci Numbers Volume 5 Proceedings of ‘The Fifth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications’, The University of St. Andrews, Scotland, July 20–July 24, 1992
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (625 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2058-6
Contents:Multidimensional Golden Means -- A Necessary and Sufficient Condition that Rays of A Star Configuration on Pascal’s Triangle Cover Its Center With Respect to GCD and LCM -- On the Minimal Center Covering Stars With Respect to GCD In
Pascal’s Pyramid and Its Generalizations -- An Extension of an Old Classical Diophantine Problem -- Fourier Analysis in Finite Nilpotent Groups -- Wall and Vinson Revisited -- Designer Decimals: Fractions Which Contain Second Order
Recursion Sequences in Their Decimal Expansions, Reading Left to Right or Right to Left -- Semigroup Presentations and Number Sequences -- Counting the Number of Solutions of Congruences -- On the Number of Overlapping Success Runs in
A Sequence of Independent Bernoulli Trials -- Embedding Fibonacci Words Into Fibonacci Word Patterns -- On Sums of Cubes of Fibonacci Numbers -- Integer Sided Triangles Whose Ratio of Altitude to Base Is an Integer -- On a class of
Iterative Recurrence Relations -- Discrete Operational Calculi for Two-Sided Sequences -- Transformations of Fibonacci-Lucas Identities -- Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fraction Expansions -- The DFF and DFFZ Triangles and Their
Mathematical Properties -- Contributions from Cascaded Combinations to the Naming of Special Permutations -- The Zeckendorf Representation of {Fkn/Fn} -- Fractal Patterns Derived from Rational Binomial Coefficients -- Hausdorff
Dimension in Pascal’s Triangle -- Chaos, Elliptic Curves and All that -- Co-Related Sequences Satisfying the General Second Order Recurrence Relation -- On the Moments of The Sum-of-Digits Function -- Problems on Fibonacci and B-Adic
Tree Representations by Regular K-Gons -- Two-Distance Sets and the Golden Ratio -- A Fibionacci Problem Classification Scheme Useful to Undergraduate Pedagogy -- Zeckendorf Representations of Positive and Negative Integers by Pell
Numbers -- Integration Sequences of Fibonacci and Lucas Polynomials -- Pell-Type Number Generators of Pythagorean Triples -- Balance Morphology of a Binary Tree -- Nörlund’s Number B(n)n -- On Stirling-Type Pairs and Extended
Gegenbauer-Humbert-Fibonacci Polynomials -- A Sequence Arising from Reflections in Multiple Glass Plates -- Diophantine Representation of Non-Fibonacci Numbers -- On Some Problems Related to the Fibonacci Group -- Congruence Properties
of Fibonacci Numbers and Fibonacci Coefficients Modulo P2 -- Orderings of the Set of All Positive Fibonacci Sequences -- Some Results Concerning the Reciprocal Sum of Prime Divisors of a Lucas Number -- Rational Numbers with
Predictable Engel Product Expansions -- Two Families of Orthogonal Polynomial Systems Related to Fibonacci Chains -- On the Formation of Higher Order Higher Dimensional Line-Sequential Vector Spaces -- Arithmetic Sequences and Second
Order Recurrences -- Generalized Fibonacci Pseudoprimes and Probable Primes -- A Generalization of the Fibonacci Sequence -- How to Advance on a Stairway by Coin Flippings -- Fibonacci Sequence and Its Generalizations Hidden in
Algorithms for Generating Morse Codes -- On Matrix Representations of Generalized Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications -- A Cholesky Decomposition in Matching Insulin Profiles -- Generalized Exponential and Trigonometric Functions
-- Divisibility of Terms in Lucas Sequences by Their Subscripts -- Upper Bounds for Frequencies of Elements in Second-Order Recurrences Over a Finite Field -- On the Convergence of Quotients of Some Recursive Sequences -- Two
Distribution Problems for Polynomials -- The Elements of Enteger Geometry -- Totient Functions on the Euler Number Tree -- Using Matrix Techniques to Establish Properties of k-Order Linear Recursive Sequences
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Title:Quantum Groups Proceedings of Workshops held in the Euler International Mathematical Institute, Leningrad, Fall 1990
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Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0101174
Contents:On some unsolved problems in quantum group theory -- Quantum symmetry -- Yang-Baxter equation and deformation of associative and Lie algebras -- Quantum G-spaces and Heisenberg algebra -- Real and imaginary forms of quantum groups --
Rank of quantum groups and braided groups in dual form -- Yangians of the “strange” lie superalgebras -- Askey-wilson polynomials as spherical functions on SU q(2) -- Twisted yangians and infinite-dimensional classical Lie algebras --
Differential graded Lie algebras, quasi-hopf algebras and higher homotopy algebras -- Quantum deformation of the flag variety -- Zonal spherical functions on quantum symmetric spaces and MacDonald's symmetric polynomials -- Hidden
quantum groups inside Kac-Moody algebras -- Liouville theory on the lattice and universal exchange algebra for bloch waves -- Non-local currents in 2D QFT: An alternative to the quantum inverse scattering method -- Induced
representations and tensor operators for quantum groups -- Affine toda field theory: S-matrix vs perturbation -- Contractions of quantum groups -- New solutions of Yang-Baxter equations and quantum group structures -- Quantum group
symmetry of 2D gravity -- Extended chiral conformal theories with a quantum symmetry -- Fusion rsos models and rational coset models -- Integrable time-discrete systems: Lattices and mappings -- On relations between poisson groups and
quantum groups -- Characters of Hecke and Birman-Wenzl algebras -- Invariants of 3-Manifolds based on conformal field theory and Heegaard splitting -- The multi-variable alexander polynomial and a one—parameter family of
representations of U q (sl(2,C)) at q 2=?1 -- Preparation theorems for isotopy invariants of links in 3-manifolds -- Quantum invariants of 3-manifold and a glimpse of shadow topology -- Moves of triangulations of a PL-manifold --
Yang-Baxter relation, exactly solvable models and link polynomials -- Triangularity of transition matrices for generalized Hall-Littlewood polynomials -- An open problem in quantum groups -- Two problems in quantized algebras of
functions -- Unsolved problems -- On classification of ?-graded Lie algebras of constant growth which have algebra ?[h] as Cartan subalgebra
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Keywords: Mathematics , Topological groups , Lie groups , Topology , Quantum physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Mathematics , Mathematics, general , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Topological Groups, Lie Groups , Topology , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Quantum Physics
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Title:Applications of Fibonacci Numbers Volume 4 Proceedings of ‘The Fourth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications’, Wake Forest University, N.C., U.S.A., July 30–August 3, 1990
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (313 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-3586-3
Contents:A Fibonacci-Based Pseudo-Random Number Generator -- On the Proof of GCD and LCM Equalities Concerning the Generalized Binomial and Multinomial Coefficients -- Supercube -- A Note on Fundamental Properties of Recurring Series -- Period
Patterns of Certain Second-Order Linear Recurrences Modulo A Prime -- Nearly Isosceles Triangles Where the Vertex Angle Is a Multiple of the Base Angle -- The Ring of Fibonacci (Fibonacci “Numbers” With Matrix Subscript) -- One-Relator
Products of Cyclic Groups and Fibonacci-Like Sequences -- A Generalization of the Fibonacci Search -- Pascal’s Triangle: Top Gun or Just One of the Gang? -- Conversion of Fibonacci Identities into Hyperbolic Identities Valid for an
Arbitrary Argument -- Derivative Sequences of Fibonacci and Lucas Polynomials -- A Carry Theorem for Rational Binomial Coefficients -- On Co-Related Sequences Involving Generalized Fibonacci Numbers -- Fibonacci and B-Adic Trees in
Mosaic Graphs -- Fibonacci Representations of Graphs -- On the Sizes of Elements in the Complement of a Submonoid of Integers -- Genocchi Polynomials -- An Application of Zeckendorf’s Theorem -- A New Kind of Golden Triangle -- Terms
Common to Two Sequences Satisfying the Same Linear Recurrence -- Recurrence Relations in Exponential Functions and in Damped Sinusoids and Their Applications in Electronics -- Some Basic Properties of the Fibonacci Line-Sequence -- De
Moivre-Type Identities for the Tetrabonacci Numbers -- Two Generalizations of Gould’s Star of David Theorem -- On Triangular Lucas Numbers -- A Fast Algorithm of the Chinese Remainder Theorem and Its Application to Fibonacci Numbers --
Generating the Pythagorean Triples Via Simple Continued Fractions -- On the Moebius Knot Tree and Euclid’s Algorithm -- Generalized Fibonacci and Lucas Factorizations -- On Even Fibonacci Pseudoprimes -- Possible Restricted Periods of
Certain Lucas Sequences Modulo P -- Using Matrix Techniques to Establish Properties of a Generalized Tribonacci Sequence
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Title:Category Theory Proceedings of the International Conference held in Como, Italy, July 22–28, 1990
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (496 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0084207
Contents:Some thoughts on the future of category theory -- What are locally generated categories? -- Some remarks on free monoids in a topos -- A generic sheaf representation for rings -- Normalization equivalence, kernel equivalence and
affine categories -- Computing quotients of actions of a free category -- A long exact sequence in non-abelian cohomology -- Algebraically complete categories -- Order-enriched sketches for typed lambda calculi. -- First steps in
synthetic domain theory -- Precategories and Galois theory -- How algebraic is the change-of-base functor? -- Fixpoint and loop constructions as colimits -- Preframe presentations present -- Strong stacks and classifying spaces --
Trees in distributive categories -- A note on relations relative to a factorization system -- Algebras for the partial map classifier monad -- Intrinsic co-Heyting boundaries and the Leibniz rule in certain toposes -- Concretely
functorial programming -- Weak products over a locally Hausdorff locale -- Categorical interpolation: Descent and the Beck-Chevalley condition without direct images -- An n-categorical pasting theorem -- Topos-theoretic approaches to
modality -- Negative sets have Euler characteristic and dimension -- Modular categories -- Some constructive results related to compactness and the (strong) Hausdorff property for locales -- An introduction to Tannaka duality and
quantum groups
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Mathematical logic , Topology , Algebraic topology , Mathematics , Topology , Algebraic Topology , Mathematical Logic and Foundations , Computer Science, general
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Title:Applications of Fibonacci Numbers Volume 3 Proceedings of ‘The Third International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications’, Pisa, Italy, July 25–29, 1988
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (366 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-1910-5
Contents:The Role of the Fibonacci Sequence in the Isolation of the Real Roots of Polynomial Equations -- A GCD Property on Pascal’s Pyramid and the Corresponding LCM Property of the Modified Pascal Pyramid -- Translatable and Rotatable
Configurations Which Give Equal Product, Equal GCD and Equal LCM Properties Simultaneously -- Fibonacci Length of Generating Pairs in Groups -- A Generalization of Fibonacci Trees -- Generalized Fibonacci Numbers are Rounded Powers --
On Generalized Fibonacci Numbers of Graphs -- An Investigation of Sequences Derived from Hoggatt Sums and Hoggatt Triangles -- Representation of Natural Numbers as Sums of Fibonacci Numbers: An Application to Modern Cryptography -- A
Note on Ramifications Concerning the Construction of Pythagorean Triples from Recursive Sequences -- On the Representation of {Fkn/Fn}, {Fkn/Ln }, {Lkn/Ln} and {Lkn/Fn} as Zeckendorf Sums -- Functional Recurrences -- Concentric Cycles
in Mosaic Graphs -- Fibonacci Triangles -- Mosaic Numbers of Fibonacci Trees -- Falling Factorial Polynomials of Generalized Fibonacci Type -- Some Notes on Fibonacci Binary Sequences -- Congruences for Weighted and Degenerate Stirling
Numbers -- An Inverse Theorem on Fibonacci Numbers -- Some Results on Divisibility Sequences -- On Mental Calculation of Repeating Decimals, Finding Fibonacci Numbers and a Connection to Pascal’s Triangle -- Diophantine Representation
of Fibonacci Numbers Over Natural Numbers -- On Prime Divisors of the Terms of Second Order Linear Recurrence Sequences -- An Alternating Product Representation for Real Numbers -- Maximum Length of the Euclidean Algorithm and
Continued Fractions in F(X) -- Recurrence Relations in Sinusoids and Their Applications to Spectral Analysis and to the Resolution of Algebraic Equations -- A Recurrence Relation for Gaussian Multinomial Coefficients -- Some Binomial
Fibonacci Identities -- A Survey of Properties of Third Order Pell Diagonal Functions -- Multivariate Fibonacci Polynomials of Order K and the Multiparameter Negative Binomial Distribution of the Same Order -- Longest Circular Runs
with an Application in Reliability Via the Fibonacci-Type Polynomials of Order K -- Fibonacci Numbers and an Algorithm of Lemoine and Kátai -- Generalizations of Sequences of Lucas and Bell -- Distribution of Residues of Certain
Second-Order Linear Recurrences Modulo P -- The Fibonacci Tree, Hofstadter and the Golden String -- Three Number Trees — Their Growth Rules and Related Number Properties
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Keywords: Mathematics , Sequences (Mathematics) , Computer mathematics , Number theory , Statistics , Mathematics , Number Theory , Statistics, general , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Sequences, Series, Summability
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Title:Transactions of the International Astronomical Union Proceedings of the Twentieth General Assembly Baltimore 1988
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (372 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0497-2
Contents:I Inaugural Ceremony -- Address by Dr. A. Davidsen, co-Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee -- Address by Dr. R. Giacconi, co-Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee -- Address by Dr. F. Drake, Chairman of the National
Organizing Committee -- Address by Dr. S. Muller, President of the Johns Hopkins University -- Address by K.L. Schmoke, Mayor of the City of Baltimore -- Address by M.A. Steinberg, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Maryland --
Address by Dr. F. Drake, on behalf of Dr. B. Shakhashiri, Assistant Director for Science & Engineering Education, National Science Foundation -- Address by Dr. N.W. Hinners, Associate Deputy Administrator, NASA Headquarters -- Address
by Dr. W. R. Graham, Science Advisor to the President & Director of the Office of Science & Technology Policy -- Address by Prof. J. Sahade, President of the International Astronomical Union -- II Extraordinary General Assembly -- 1.
Extension of the membership of the Executive Committee by a President-Elect -- 2. Establishment of a new category of adherence to the Union, Associate National Member -- III Twentieth General Assembly -- Session 1: 2 August, 1988 --
Session 2: 11 August, 1988 -- IV Report of the Executive Committee -- Executive Committee 1985–1988 -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Administration -- 3. Commissions of the IAU -- 4. Scientific Meetings -- 5. Publications -- 6. Relations to
other organisations -- 7. Financial matters -- 8. List of Adhering Organisations -- 9. List of deceased Members -- 10. List of IAU Publications -- V Report of Meetings of Commissions -- 4 Ephemerides (Ephémérides) -- 5 Documentation &
Astronomical Data (Documentation & données astronomiques) -- 6 Astronomical Telegrams (Télégrammes astronomiques) -- 7 Celestial Mechanics (Mécanique céleste) -- 8 Positional Astronomy (Astronomie de position) -- 9 Instruments &
Techniques -- 10 Solar Activity (Activité solaire) -- 12 Radiation & Structure of the Solar Atmosphere (Radiation & structure de l’atmosphère solaire) -- 14 Atomic & Molecular Data (Données atomiques & moléculaires) -- 15 Physical
Study of Comets, Minor Planets & Meteorites (Etude physique des comètes, des petites planètes & des météorites) -- 16 Physical Study of Planets & Satellites (Etude physique des planètes & des satellites) -- 19 Rotation of the Earth
(Rotation de la Terre) -- 20 Positions & Motions of Minor Planets, Comets & Satellites (Postitions & mouvements des petites planètes, des comètes & des satellites) -- 21 Light of the Night Sky(Lumière du ciel nocturne) -- 22 Meteors &
Interplanetary Dust (Météores & poussière interplanétaire) -- 24 Photographie Astrometry (Astrométrie photographique) -- 25 Stellar Photometry & Polarimetry (Photométrie & polarimétrie stellaire) -- 26 Double & Multiple Stars (Etoiles
doubles & multiples) -- 27 Variable Stars (Etoiles variables) -- 28 Galaxies -- 29 Stellar Spectra (Spectres stellaires) -- 30 Radial Velocities (Vitesses radiales) -- 31 Time (L’heure) -- 33 Structure & Dynamics of the Galactic System
(Structure & dynamique du système galactique) -- 34 Interstellar Matter (Matière interstellaire) -- 35 Stellar Constitution (Constitution des étoiles) -- 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (Théorie des atmosphères stellaires) -- 37 Star
Clusters & Associations (Amas stellaires & associations) -- 38 Exchange of Astronomers (Echange d’astronomes) -- 40 Radio Astronomy Radioastronomie -- 41 History of Astronomy (Histoire de l’astronomie) -- 42 Close Binary Stars (Etoiles
doubles serrées) -- 44 Astronomy from Space (L’astronomie à partir de l’espace) -- 45 Stellar Classification (Classification stellaire) -- 46 Teaching of Astronomy (Enseignement de l’Astronomie) -- 47 Cosmology (Cosmologie) -- 48 High
Energy Astrophysics (Astrophysique des hautes énergies) -- 49 The Interplanetary Plasma & the Heliosphere (Plasma interplanétaire & héliosphère) -- 50 Protection of Existing & Potential Observatory Sites (Protection des sites
d’observatoires existants & potentiels) -- 51 Bioastronomy: Search for Extraterrestrial Life (Bioastromie: recherche de la vie dans l’Univers) -- VI Functions and Statutes of the Union Pink/FSl -- 1. Useful addresses -- 2. History of
the Union -- 3. IAU Representation to other Organisations -- 4. Services of the Union -- 5. Rules for Scientific Meetings -- 6. Statutes, By-Laws & Workings Rules -- VII Membership Green/Ml -- 1. List of Adhering Countries -- 2.
Membership of Commissions -- 3. Geographical Repartition of Members -- 4. Alphabetical List of Members -- VIII IAU Style Book S1-S50
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Title:Nuclear Non-Proliferation and the Non-Proliferation Treaty
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (198 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-75105-9
Contents:I Nuclear Proliferation: Technical and Economic Aspects -- The Non-Proliferation Treaty: Status of Implementation and the Threatening Developments -- The Adequacy of IAEA Safeguards for the 1990s -- The Nuclear Trade Regime: A Case
for Strengthening the Rules -- The Non-Proliferation Regime — Stronger than the NPT -- II Nuclear Proliferation: Political Priorities -- Drawing the Threshold States into a Regime of Restraint, by Joining the NPT or Otherwise --
Towards a Universal Framework of Nuclear Restraint -- Argentina and Non-Proliferation -- The Non-Proliferation Treaty in the Middle East and Africa -- Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones -- Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones, Security and
Non-Proliferation -- A Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Northern Europe -- III Nuclear Proliferation and Soviet-American Relations -- The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Relations Between the Superpowers -- The
US-USSR Relationship and Its Likely Impact on Nuclear Proliferation -- The US-USSR Relationship and Its Likely Impact on Nuclear Proliferation -- IV Priorities for Pursuing the Objectives of Article VI of the NPT -- Seismic Monitoring
of a Multilateral Nuclear Test Ban Treaty -- The Linkage Between a Nuclear Test Ban and Nuclear Non-Proliferation -- A Comprehensive Test Ban and the Prevention of Horizontal Nuclear Proliferation -- International Actions to Stop and
Reverse Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons -- Beyond Non-Proliferation -- The Indian Proposal at UNSSOD-III: Problems and Prospects -- Appendix: Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)
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Title:Physics of Luminous Blue Variables Proceedings of the 113th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, Held at Val Morin, Quebec Province, Canada, August 15–18, 1988
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (328 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-1031-7
Contents:Section I: Main Papers, General Discussions, and Two Panel Discussions -- A. General background -- What are LBV’s? — Their characteristics and role in the upper H-R diagram -- On the evolutionary status and instability mechanism of
the Luminous Blue Variables -- Evolutionary diagnostics of LBV spectra and systems in the LMC -- The distribution of types of Luminous Blue Variables -- Ages of Luminous Blue Variable candidates from their stellar and nebular
environment -- An ultraviolet view of the Luminous Blue Variables -- Photometric variability of Luminous Blue Variables in quiescent state -- Model atmospheres and quantitative spectroscopy of luminous blue stars -- The H-R diagrams of
the LMC and SMC -- B. Quiescent vs. eruptive states, and related matters -- ?Normal? LBV eruptions á la S Doradus -- Plinian eruptions á la Eta Carinae -- Changes in the atmospheric structure of LBV’s during eruptions -- The B[e] stars
-- Modeling mass loss from B[e] stars -- Luminous Blue Variables need not be blue -- Mass ejections from the G-type hypergiant HR 8752 -- Mass loss from Luminous Blue Variables -- C. Circumstellar ejecta and the possibility of bipolar
or axial symmetry -- Circumstellar ejecta around LBV?s -- High-resolution coronographic imaging of AG Carinae -- Infrared observations of circumstellar ejecta around Luminous Blue Variables 165 -- The formation of shells in the wind
from P Cygni -- Close binary models for Luminous Blue Variable stars -- D.Physical mechanisms for eruptions, and connections with other stars -- The role of radiation pressure in LBV atmospheres -- The role of rotation in Luminous Blue
Variables -- Atmospheric dynamics of luminous stars -- Theoretical relations between LBV?s and other stars -- Observational connections between LBV?s and other stars, with emphasis on Wolf-Rayet stars -- Panel discussion: The
instability mechanism -- Panel discussion: Observational connections and future observations -- Section II: Poster Papers, A Brief List of Catalogs, and Index -- P Cygni: The star that started it all -- The wind of P Cygni -- A source
for mass-loss instabilities in LBV’s — the case of P Cygni -- The ionization and thermal balance in P Cygni’s wind revisited -- Variable flux of P Cygni in continuum and spectral lines -- Optical and UV investigation of the envelope of
AG Carinae -- AG Carinae: Variability, extinction, distance and luminosity -- The optical micro-variations of the S Dor-type stars AG Car and HR Car -- On the periodicity of Hubble-Sandage objects in M31 -- Eta Carinae: UV constraints
on possible models. The close binary hypothesis -- High-resolution emission line profiles in blue luminous stars -- Analysis of LBV circumstellar envelopes using Fe II lines -- On the interpretation of emission wings of balmer lines in
LBV’s -- Atmospheric models for LBV’s at minimum and maximum states -- Atmospheric parameters and accelerations in the outer parts of luminous hot stars -- NLTE analysis of R84 -- Physics of instabilities in radiatively driven stellar
winds -- Far-infrared circumstellar debris shells: Clues to the evolution of massive stars? -- High-dispersion spectroscopy of the B[e] supergiant S III -- Slash stars: Two types, two scenarios? -- Blobs in the winds of Wolf-Rayet
stars -- LSS4005 and NaSt 1, two Galactic Ofpe/WN or B[e] objects 301 -- Brief abstracts of additional poster papers
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Title:11th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (624 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-51048-6
Contents:Computational fluid dynamics — A personal view -- Computational models in plasma dynamics -- Parallel computers and parallel computing in scientific simulations -- CFD for hypersonic airbreathing aircraft -- Multigrid for the
steady-state incompressible Navier-Stokes equations: A survey -- A survey of upwind differencing techniques -- Dynamical systems, turbulence and the numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations -- A comparative study of TV stable
schemes for shock interacting flows -- A flow-field solver using overlying and embedded meshes together with a novel compact Euler algorithm -- Multidimensional adaptive Euler solver -- Internal swirling flow predictions using a
multi-sweep scheme -- A pressure gradient field spectral collocation evaluation for 3-D numerical experiments in incompressible fluid dynamics -- Numerical study of the 3D separating flow about obstacles with sharp corners -- Finite
volume TVD Runge Kutta scheme for Navier Stokes computations -- Godunov methods and adaptive algorithms for unsteady fluid dynamics -- Application of a second-order projection method to the study of shear layers -- A GRP-scheme for
reactive duct flows in external fields -- Numerical solution of the navier-stokes equations using orthogonal boundary-fitted coordinates -- Solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations using artificial compressibility methods
-- Adaptive finite element methods for three dimensional compressible viscous flow simulation in aerospace engineering -- Multigrid solvers for steady Navier-Stokes equations in a driven cavity -- Computation of hypersonic vortex flows
with an Euler model -- A high resolution finite volume scheme for steady external transonic flow -- Development of a highly efficient and accurate 3D Euler flow solver -- Computation of rarefied hypersonic flows -- Gasdynamical
simulation of meteor phenomena -- A coin variant of the Euler equations -- An implicit time-marching method for solving the 3-D compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Low-storage implicit upwind-FEM schemes for the Euler equations --
An efficient nested iterative method for solving the aerodynamic equations -- A multigrid method for steady Euler equations based on polynomial flux-difference splitting -- Computation of viscous unsteady compressible flow about
airfoils -- Parallel multilevel adaptive methods -- Adaptive grid solution for shock-vortex interaction -- Computer simulation of some types of flows arising at interactions between a supersonic flow and a boundary layer -- An implicit
flux-vector splitting finite-element technique for an improved solution of compressible Euler equations on distorted grids -- Vortex methods for slightly viscous three dimensional flow -- Second order scheme in bidimensional space for
compressible gas with arbitrary mesh -- Accurate simulation of vortical flows -- Accuracy of node-based solutions on irregular meshes -- Solutions of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations using an upwind -differenced TVD scheme --
Three-dimensional numerical simulation of compressible, spatially evolving shear flows -- A velocity/vorticity method for viscous incompressible flow calculations -- Pulsatile flows through curved pipes -- Spurious oscillation of
finite difference solutions near shock waves and a new formulation of “TVD” scheme -- Numerical study of steady flow past a rotating circular cylinder -- Numerical simulation of the flow about a wing with leading-edge vortex flow --
Multigrid calculations for cascades -- Unsteady and turbulent flow using adaptation methods -- RNS solutions for three-dimensional steady incompressible flows -- Numerical study of unsteady viscous hypersonic blunt body flows with an
impinging shock -- Upwind schemes, multigrid and defect correction for the steady Navier-Stokes equations -- A pseudospectral matrix element method for solution of three-dimensional incompressible flows and its implementation on a
parallel computer -- Numerical resolution of the three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations in velocity-vorticity formulation -- Calculation of shocked flows by mathematical programming -- Universal limiter for high order explicit
conservative advection schemes -- A comparison of numerical schemes on triangular and quadrilateral meshes -- The finite volume-element method (FVE) for planar cavity flow -- Adaptive remeshing for transient problems with moving bodies
-- Axisymmetric vortex breakdown in an enclosed cylinder flow -- Numerical analysis of a multigrid method for spectral approximations -- Asymmetric separated flows about sharp cones in a supersonic stream -- A flux split algorithm for
unsteady incompressible flow -- Inverse method for the determination of transonic blade profiles of turbomachineries -- Large eddy simulation of the turbulent flow in a curved channel -- Interaction of an oblique shock wave with
supersonic turbulent blunt body flows -- Shock recovery and the cell vertex scheme for the steady Euler equations -- A new multigrid approach to convection problems -- A finite-element method on prismatic elements for the
three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations -- Vortices around cylinder in confined flows -- Coupling physical processes in simulations of chemically reactive flows -- Explicit evaluation of discontinuities in 2-D unsteady flows solved
by the method of characteristics -- Direct method for solution of three-dimensional unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Hypercube algorithms for turbulence simulation -- Adaptive numerical solutions of the Euler
equations in 3D using finite elements -- Parallel heterogeneous mesh refinement for advection-diffusion equations -- Simulation of inviscid hypersonic real gas flows -- Efficient spectral algorithms for solving the incompressible
Navier-stokes equations in unbounded rectangularly decomposable domains -- Computation of the threedimensional wake of a shiplike body 1989 -- Simulation of unsteady flow past sharp shoulders on semi-infinite bodies -- Semi-implicit
finite-difference simulation of laminar hypersonic flow over blunt bodies -- Numerical simulation of unsteady incompressible viscous flows in generalized coordinate systems -- Accuracy of the marching method for parabolized
Navier-Stokes Equations -- Transonic analysis of arbitrary configurations using locally refined grids -- Group explicit methods for solving compressible flow equations on vector and parallel computers -- Interactions of a flexible
structure with a fluid governed by the Navier-Stokes equations -- Navier-Stokes simulation of transonic flow about wings using a block structured approach -- On time discretization of the incompressible flow -- A detailed analysis of
inviscid flux splitting algorithms for real gases with equilibrium or finite-rate chemistry -- Convergence of the spectral viscosity method for nonlinear conservation laws -- Inviscid and viscous flow simulations around the ONERA-M6
wing by TVD schemes -- Shock propagation over a circular cylinder -- Three-dimensional computation of unsteady flows around a square cylinder -- Transonic flow solutions on general 3D regions using composite-block grids -- Steady-state
solving via stokes preconditioning Recursion relations for elliptic operators -- Hybrid conservative characteristic method for flows with internal shocks -- Improving the accuracy of central difference schemes -- Computation of high
reynolds number flows around airfoils by numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations -- Diagonal implicit multigrid solution of the three-dimensional Euler equations -- Numerical simulation of taylor vortices in a spherical gap
-- Numerical calculation of hypersonic flow by the spectral method -- 1.D transient crystal growth in closed ampoules: an application of the P.I.S.O. algorithm to low mach number compressible flows -- Nonisentropic potential
calculation for 2-D and 3-D transonic flow
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Title:Special Relativity and Quantum Theory A Collection of Papers on the Poincaré Group
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (505 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-3051-3
Contents:I: Perspective View of Quantum Space-Time Symmetries -- 1. Relativistic Invariance and Quantum Phenomena, Rev. Mod. Phys, 29, 255 (1957) -- 2. The Early Years of Relativity, in Albert Einstein: Historical and Cultural Perspectives:
The Centennial Symposium in Jerusalem, edited by G. Holton and Y. Elkana (Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1979) -- II: Representations of the Poincaré Group -- 1. On Unitary Representations of the Inhomogeneous Lorentz
Group, Ann. Math. 40, 149 (1939). -- 2. Group Theoretical Discussion of Relativistic Wave Equations, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.) 34, 211 (1948) -- 3. Unitary Representations of the Lorentz Group, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London)Al83, 284
(1945) -- 4. Feynman Rules for Any Spin, Phys. Rev. 133, B1318 (1964) -- 5. Representations of the Poincaré Group for Relativistic Extended Hadrons, J. Math. Phys. 20, 1341 (1979) -- 6. A Simple Method for Illustrating the Difference
between the Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Lorentz Groups, Am. J. Phys. 47, 892 (1979) -- III: The Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation -- 1. The Quantum Theory of the Emission and Absorption of Radiation, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A114, 243
(1927) -- 2. The Quantum Theory of Dispersion, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A114, 710 (1927) -- 3. On the Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation, in Aspects of Quantum Theory, in Honour of P. A. M. Dirac’s 70th Birthday, edited by A. Salam and
E. P. Wigner (Cambridge Univ. Press, London, 1972) -- 4. Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation and Lorentz Covariance, Am. J. Phys. 53, 142 (1985) -- IV: Covariant Picture of Quantum Bound States -- 1. Forms of Relativistic Dynamics, Rev.
Mod. Phys. 27, 392 (1949) -- 2. Quantum Theory of Non-Local Fields. Part I. Free Fields, Phys. Rev. 77, 219 (1950) -- 3. Quantum Theory of Non-Local Fields. Part II. Irreducible Fields and Their Interaction, Phys. Rev. 80, 1047 (1950)
-- 4. Structure and Mass Spectrum of Elementary Particles. I. General Considerations, Phys. Rev. 91, 415 (1953) -- 5. Structure and Mass Spectrum of Elementary Particles. II. Oscillator Model, Phys. Rev. 91, 416 (1953) -- 6. Properties
of the Bethe-Salpeter Wave Functions, Phys. Rev. 96, 1124 (1954) -- 7. Covariant Harmonic Oscillators and the Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D 8, 3521 (1973) -- 8. Orthogonality Relation for Covariant Harmonic- Oscillator Wave Functions,
Phys. Rev. D 10, 4306 (1974) -- 9. Complete Orthogonality Relations for the Covariant Harmonic Oscillator, Phys. Rev. D 23, 3078 (1981) -- 10. Dirac’s Form of Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Am. J. Phys. 49, 1157 (1981) -- V:
Lorentz-Dirac Deformation in High Energy Physics -- 1. Electron Scattering from the Proton, Phys. Rev. 98, 183 (1955) -- 2. Nucleon Electromagnetic Form Factors at High Momentum Transfers in an Extended Particle Model based on the
Quark Model, Prog. Theor. Phys. 43, 73 (1970) -- 3. The Behavior of Hadron Collisions at Extreme Energies in High Energy Collisions, Proceedings of the Third International Conference, Stony Brook, New York, edited by C. N. Yang et al.
(Gordon and Breach, New York, 1969) -- 4. Inelastic Electron-Proton and ?- Proton Scattering and the Structure of the Nucleon, Phys. Rev. 185, 1975 (1969) -- 5. Covariant Harmonic Oscillators and the Parton Picture, Phys. Rev. D 15,
335 (1977) -- 6. Valons and Harmonic Oscillators, Phys. Rev. D 23, 2781 (1981) -- VI: Massless Particles and Gauge Transformations -- 1. Feynman Rules for Any Spin II. Massless Particles, Phys. Rev. 134, B882 (1964) -- 2. Photons and
Gravitons in S-Matrix Theory: Derivation of Charge Conservation and Equality of Gravitational and Inertial Mass, Phys. Rev. 135, B1049 (1964) -- 3. E(2)-Like Little Group for Massless Particles and Neutrino Polarization as a
Consequence of Gauge Invariance, Phys. Rev. D 26, 3717 (1982) -- VII: Group Contractions -- 1. On the Contraction of Groups and Their Representations, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.) 39, 510 (1953) -- 2. Internal Space-Time Symmetries
of Massive and Massless Particles, Am. J. Phys. 52, 1037 (1984) -- 3. Eulerian Parametrization of Wigner’s Little Groups and Gauge Transformations in Terms of Rotations in Two-Component Spinors, J. Math. Phys. 27, 2228 (1986) -- 4.
Cylindrical Group and Massless Particles, J. Math. Phys. 28, 1175 (1987) -- VIII: Localization Problems -- 1. Localized States for Elementary Systems, Rev. Mod. Phys. 21, 400 (1949) -- 2. On the Localizability of Quantum Mechanical
Systems, Rev. Mod. Phys. 34, 845 (1962) -- 3. Uncertainty Relations for Light Waves and the Concept of Photons, Phys. Rev. A 35, 1682 (1987) -- IX: Lorentz Transformations -- 1. Precession of the Polarization of Particles Moving in a
Homogeneous Electromagnetic Field, Phys. Rev. Lett. 2, 435 (1959) -- 2. Is There a Link Between Gauge Invariance, Relativistic Invariance, and Electron Spin?, Nuovo Cimento 3IB, 1 (1976) -- 3. Special Relativity and Diagonal
Transformations, Am. J. Phys. 38, 218 (1970) -- 4. A Useful Form of the Minkowski Diagram, Am. J. Phys. 38, 1298 (1970) -- 5. SU(2) and SU(1,1) Interferometers, Phys. Rev. A 33, 4033 (1986) -- 6. Thomas Precession, Wigner Rotations and
Gauge Transformations, Class. Quantum Grav. 4, 1777 (1987) -- 7. Linear Canonical Transformations of Coherent and Squeezed States in the Wigner Phase Space, Phys. Rev. A 37, 807 (1988)
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Keywords: Mathematics , Group theory , Physics , Quantum physics , Mathematics , Group Theory and Generalizations , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Quantum Physics
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Title:Non-Commutative Harmonic Analysis and Lie Groups Proceedings of the International Conference held in Marseille-Luminy, June 24–29, 1985
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (310 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0073014
Contents:Relationships of divisibility between local L-functions associated to representations of complex reductive groups -- Irreducible unitary representations of some groups of real rank two -- Vogan's algorithm for computing composition
series -- Unipotent representations and unitarity -- Bochner-Riesz means of HP functions (0
On the cyclicity of vectors associated with Duflo involutions -- Corrigenda and addenda to on the cyclicity of vectors associated with Duflo involutions -- Atomic Hardy spaces on semisimple Lie groups -- Orbital integrals on symmetric
spaces -- Recurrence relations for Plancherel functions -- A cohomological method for the determination of limit multiplicities -- Springer representations and coherent continuation representations of Weyl groups -- Distributions
sphériques invariantes sur l'espace symétrique semi-simple et son c-dual
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Keywords: Mathematics , Topological groups , Lie groups , Mathematics , Topological Groups, Lie Groups
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Title:Swarm Studies and Inelastic Electron-Molecule Collisions Proceedings of the Meeting of the Fourth International Swarm Seminar and the Inelastic Electron-Molecule Collisions Symposium, July 19–23, 1985, Tahoe City, California, USA
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (424 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-4662-6
Contents:I. Selected Reviews in Swarm Studies -- A Comparative Study of the Computing Methods Actually in Use for Accurate Determination of Swarm Parameters -- Recent Advances in High-Pressure Swarms -- Electron—Ion Recombination in
High-Pressure Gases -- II. Kinetic Theory -- Principles of the Measurement of Electron Drift Velocities -- Effect of Boundaries and Field Inhomogeneities on Swarms -- III. Abstracts of Contributed Swarm Papers -- Program of the JILA
Atomic Collisions Cross-Section Data Center -- Collisionally Induced Dissociation of Ions in a Strong Drift Field and its use as an Analysis Tool -- Retarding Potential Difference Analysis of Ion Swarm Velocity Distributions: A
Computer Simulation Study -- Transverse Diffusion of Lithium Ions in Helium -- Electron Attachment to F2 -- Thermal Electron Attachment to van der Waals Molecules (O2.N2) -- Time-Resolved Measurements of Thermalization Processes of
Subexcitation Electrons in Rare Gases -- Electron Swarm Study in Nitrogen—Rare-Gas Mixtures and Vibrational Excitation in Nitrogen -- Excited-State Quenching Phenomena in Weakly Ionized Nitrogen -- Electron Drift Velocity and
Attachment and Ionization Coefficients in CH4, CF4, C2F6, C3F8 and n-C4F10 -- Comparison of Calculated and Experimental Thermal Attachment Rate Constants for SF6 in the Temperature Range 200-600K -- Measurements of Electron and Ion
Transport Data in SF6 and SF6/N2 Mixtures -- Common Parameterizations of Swarm and Breakdown Data for Binary Electronegative—Nonelectronegative Gas Mixtures -- Boltzmann Equation Analysis of the Synergism of Uniform Field Breakdown
Voltage for SF6 -CCL2F2 and SF6 -SO2 Mixtures -- Effect of Gas Impurity for the Electron Drift Velocities in Inert Gases by Boltzmann Equation Analysis -- Spatial Variations in the Energy Distribution Function for Steady State Townsend
Discharges -- Excitation and Ionization Rates in Hydrogen at Very High E/n -- Evolution Equation and Transport Coefficients of Swarms in Short Time Development of Initial Relaxation Processes -- Transient Hot Electron Mobility in
Ethene and Cyclopropane -- Nonequilibrium Behavior of Electrons in Strong Electric Fields -- Steady-State, Spatially Dependent Electron Transport and Rate Coefficients -- Transport Coefficients of Electron Swarms in Gases in the
Presence of Nonconservative Collisions -- Convenient Expressions of Diffusion Coefficients for Free Electrons in Gases in Presence of Ramsauer Effects -- The Approach to Equilibrium of Electron Swarms in Non-Planar Geometries --
Magnetic Control of Low Pressure Diffuse Discharges -- IV. Relations between Single and Multicollision Phenomena -- Relations between Electron-Molecule Scattering and Swarm Experiments and Analysis -- Experimental and Theoretical
Investigation of Near-Threshold e-H2 Collisions -- Electron Collision Cross-Sections for Molecules Determined from Beam and Swarm Data -- V. Studies of Single-Collision Phenomena -- Low-Energy, High-Resolution Electron-Molecule
Collision Studies -- Threshold Phenomena in Electron-Molecule Collisions -- Rotational and Vibrational Excitation of Molecules by Low-Energy Electrons -- Studies of Elastic and Electronically Inelastic Electron-Molecule Collisions --
Inelastic Electron Molecule Scattering Using the R-Matrix Method -- VI. Single and Multicollision Phenomena: Dissociation, Internally Excited Targets and Clusters -- Fragmentation Dynamics and Energy Partitioning in Dissociative
Attachment on Triatomic Molecules -- Effects of Temperature on Dissociative and Nondissociative Electron Attachment -- Electron Impact Ionization Cross-Sections for Atoms, Radicals, and Metastables -- Total Dissociation Cross-Sections
of Fluoroalkanes for Electron Impact: Their Usefulness for Understanding Plasma-Assisted Etching Environments -- Electron—Cluster Interactions -- VII. Microscopic Models: Data Needs and Outlook -- Discharge Modeling -- Boltzmann
Equation in Vibrationally and Electronically Excited Molecular Plasmas -- Applications of Cross-Sections for Electron-Molecule Collision Processes -- Current Applications and Opportunities in Swarm Studies
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Keywords: Physics , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Stochastic Processes in Classical and Quantum Systems Proceedings of the 1st Ascona-Como International Conference, Held in Ascona, Ticino (Switzerland), June 24–29, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (551 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-17166-5
Contents:Random fields with values in Lie groups and Higgs fields -- Stochastic processes and continual measurements in quantum mechanics -- Stability and chaotic behavior of quantum rotators -- Regular and chaotic motions near resonances in
quasi-integrable Hamiltonian systems -- Fluctuations in numbers of energy levels -- A Poincaré-Birkhoff-type result in higher dimensions -- Stochastic jump processes associated with Dirac equation -- Jump processes in quantum theories
-- Pathwise conservation law for stationary diffusion processes -- Stochastic variational principle and diffusion processes -- Spectral fluctuations, random matrix theories and chaotic motion -- The pathwise description of quantum
scattering in stochastic mechanics -- Integral representation of covariant observables -- Some remarks on the subsequence principle in probability theory -- A route to stochastic mechanics -- Quantum fields on a gravitational
background from random fields on Riemannian manifolds -- Time reversal and smoothing of infinite — dimensional diffusion processes -- On the motion of an impurity in an infinite harmonic crystal -- Quantum stochastic integration in
certain partial *-algebras -- A non-renormalizable planar field theory -- An invariant torus for nearly integrable Hamiltonian systems with infinitely many degrees of freedom -- The problem of energy partition in the light of classical
perturbation theory and the possibility of introducing a critical action in the classical theory of the electromagnetic field -- On the ? 4 4 -problem -- Indeterminacy relations in stochastic mechanics -- Gibbs states and spontaneous
symmetry breakdown -- Stochastic equations for some Euclidean fields -- A class of mean-field-like models of disordered systems -- The grand-canonical surface tension and its convergence to the SOS limit in the two-dimensional Ising
model -- Stochastic quantization -- On measures of information for continuous stochastic processes -- Nonstandard energy forms and diffusions on manifolds and fractals -- Some results on the Euler and Vlasov-Poison flows -- Dirichlet
forms defined by Riemannian flags and applications -- A rigorous analysis of Anderson localization -- A finite approximation to boson Fock space -- An extension of Kotani's theorem to random generalized Sturm-Liouville operators II --
Path-wise calculus of variations in stochastic mechanics -- Macroscopic, intermediate, microscopic and mesons -- Field theory and the future of stochastic mechanics -- Hamiltonian models for the Madelung fluid and generalized Langevin
equations -- Quantum mechanics with stochastic time dependent potentials -- Coexistence of attracting and conservative features in reversible dynamical systems -- Relationship between dynamic, quantum and classical critical phenomena
-- Stable distributions: Fox function representation and generalization -- The geodesic mappings in Riemannian and pseudo-Riemannian manifolds -- Variational processes -- Levels of structure and function in neurobiology -- Forma
matematica e realtà fisica
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Thermodynamics , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Quantum Physics
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Title:Statistical Mechanics and Field Theory: Mathematical Aspects Proceedings of the International Conference on the Mathematical Aspects of Statistical Mechanics and Field Theory Held in Groningen, The Netherlands, August 26–30, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (328 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-16777-3
Contents:A model for crystallization: A variation on the Hubbard model -- First order phase transitions and perturbation theory -- Low temperature continuous spin Gibbs States on a lattice and the interfaces between them — a Pirogov Sinai type
approach -- Spin glasses, effective decrease of long-range interactions -- Analyticity in some models of quantum statistical mechanics -- K-theory of C*—Algebras in solid state physics -- Quantum field theory without cutoffs-
renormalizable and nonrenormalizable -- Renormalization group methods in rigorous quantum field theory -- Renormalisation group methods for circle mappings -- Correlations and fluctuations in charged fluids -- Models of statistical
mechanics in one dimension originating from quantum ground states -- Why do bosons condense? -- Black holes and quantum mechanics -- Quantum field theory and gravitation -- A remark on antiparticles -- Notes on the canonical
anticommutation relations -- A differential - geometric setting for BRS transformations and anomalies -- Renormalization of a hierarchical fermion model in two dimensions -- Gribov copies and absence of spontaneous symmetry breaking in
compact U(1) lattice higgs models -- Renormalization group approach for the Ising model as an approximate solution of the diaphantian system of equations -- Transformation of the transfer matrix for the Ising model under decimation --
Some results concerning the localization problem in one-dimensional quasiperiodic systems -- Random walks on random lattices -- The role of transverse fluctuations in multidimensional tunneling -- Self-similar temporal behavior of
random walks in random media -- Loop expansions in the presence of Gribov copies -- Non-existence of long-range-order for a certain 1D model and the soliton picture -- Quantum fields out of thermal equilibrium -- Statistical mechanical
approach to the construction of four dimensional boson field theories -- Correlation lengths at zero temperature in one dimension -- Horizontal Wilson loops in finite temperature lattice gauge theories -- The random bond Potts and
Ashkin-Teller models -- Spectral line shapes in quantum Markov scattering -- Exact bogoliubov limits for the Bassichis-Foldy model and continued fractions
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Keywords: Physics , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:Properties and Interactions of Interplanetary Dust Proceedings of the 85th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, Marseille, France, July 9–12, 1984
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (444 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-5464-9
Contents:I. Zodiacal Light and F-Corona: Observations -- II. Interplanetary Dust: Space and Ground Studies -- III. Interplanetary Dust: Laboratory Studies -- IV. Optical Studies of Dust -- V. Relations to Comets and Meteoroids -- VI. Dust —
Plasma Interactions -- VII. Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust -- Final Discussion -- Summary and Conclusion of the Colloquium -- Index of Authors -- Index of Subjects
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Keywords: Physics , Planetology , Astrophysics , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Planetology
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Title:Ninth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (615 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-13917-6
Contents:Remarks on approximation schemes -- Topics in the numerical simulation of high temperature flows -- Compact explicit finite-difference approximations to the Navier-Stokes equations -- Time-splitting and the finite element method --
Spectral methods for compressible plow problems -- Global relaxation procedures for a reduced form of the Navier-Stokes equations -- Modelisation numerique d'ecoulements turbulents instationnaires en canalisation cylindrique -- On the
use of rational Runge-Kutta methods in Euler steady-state computations -- Probating a finite difference fractional time step, Navier-Stokes code by large eddy simulation -- GRP — An analytic approach to high-resolution upwind schemes
for compressible fluid flow -- An adaptive multigrid method for the euler equations -- Direct simulations of spatially evolving compressible turbulence — techniques and results -- Free decay of high reynolds number two dimensional
turbulence -- Finite element calculation of potential flow around wings -- Finite element methods for solving the Navier-Stokes equations for compressible unsteady flows -- Numerical solutions of the Euler equations with separation by
a finite element method -- Chebyshev spectral and pseudospectral solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations -- Analysis of strongly interacting viscous-inviscid flows including separation -- An improved Euler method for computing steady
transonic flows -- A semi-direct procedure using a local relaxation factor and its application to an internal flow problem -- Viscous computation of a space shuttle flow field -- Numerical calculation of complex shock reflections in
gases -- Boundary layer modelling in a numerical weather prediction model -- Modelling of two-dimensional bubbles in vertical tubes -- A time dependent free boundary governed by the Navier-Stokes equations -- A perturbative lambda
formulation -- Numerical modeling of vortex merging in axisymmetric mixing layers -- A new modified semi-explicit difference scheme in aerodynamics -- Three-dimensional computations of non-isothermal wall bounded complex flows -- A
multigrid technique for steady Euler equations based on flux-difference splitting -- Generation of fully adaptive and/or orthogonal grids -- Computation of compressible two-dimensional turbulence in non rotating and rotating flows --
Comparison of the full-potential and Euler formulations for computing transonic airfoil flows -- Numerical simulations of fuel droplet flows using a Lagrangian triangular mesh -- On boundary conditions for inner incompressible flows --
Fast three-dimensional flux-corrected transport code for highly resolved compressible flow calculations -- A numerical study of the two- and three-dimensional unsteady Navier-Stokes equations in velocity-vorticity variables using
compact difference schemes -- Improvements in the accuracy and stability of algorithms for the small-disturbance and full-potential equations applied to transonic flows -- 3D industrial flows calculations by finite element method --
Transonic flows through cascades -- Two-dimensional model for the two-phase flow simulation in a viking rocket engine combustion chamber -- A numerical solution to the motion of a lubricant squeezed between two rotating coaxial disks
-- Numerical simulation of gas motion in piston engines -- Modelisation numerique dE la separation centribuge d'un melange -- Supersonic flow past circular cones at high angles of yaw, downstream of separation -- A two-grid method for
fluid dynamic problems with disparate time scales -- Multiple-grid solution of the three-dimensional Edler and Navier-Stokes equations -- New higher-order upwind scheme for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Solution of the
parabolized Navier-Stokes equations for three-dimensional internal flows -- Implicit solution of the 3-D compressible Navier-Stokes equations for internal flows -- Computation of three-dimensional vortex flows past wings using the
EULER Equations and a multiple-grid scheme -- A spectral element method applied to unsteady flows at moderate Reynolds number -- The computation of three-dimensional transonic viscous flows with separation -- A numerical method of
solution for the Kelvin-Neumann problem -- Numerical solution of unsteady transonic flows past thin profiles -- Potential application of artificial intelligence concepts to numerical aerodynamic simulation -- A solution procedure for
three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes equation and its application -- A multi-zonal-marching integral method for 3d-boundary layer with viscous-inviscid interaction -- An implicit method for solving fluid dynamics equations --
L.E.A. Un code hydrodynamique multifluide bidimensionnel -- Spectral simulations of 2D compressible flows -- A multigrid factorization technique for the flux-split Euler equations -- Numerical study of the three-dimensional
incompressible flow between closed rotating cylinders -- An adaptive finite element method for high speed compressible flow -- Analysis of separated flow in a pipe orifice using unsteady Navier-Stokes equations -- The convective dynamo
: A numerical experiment -- A second-order accurate flux splitting scheme in two-dimensional gasdynamics -- A comparison of finite difference and characteristic Galerkin methods for shock modelling -- Multigrid relaxation for the Euler
equations -- A practical adaptive-grid method for complex fluid-flow problems -- Orthogonal grid generation by boundary grid relaxation algorithms -- A new LU factored method for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations --
Time-dependent non-uniform grids for parabolic equations -- Numerical simulation of dynamics of an autorotatating airfoil -- Transient multiple wave number convective instability in a 2-dimensional enclosed rotating fluid -- Numerical
computation of 3-D fire-induced flows and smoke coagulation -- Cyber 205 dense-mesh solutions to the Euler equations for flows around the M6 and Dillner wings -- Nonconforming 3D analogues of conforming triangular finite element
methods in viscous flow -- On the non-uniqueness of the solution of the problem on flow field about a cone at incidence -- Higher-order method of lines for the numerical simulation of turbulence -- A numerical study of the fluid
dynamics in extractions columns -- Multigrid solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for the flow in a rapidly rotating cylinder -- Algorithms for direct numerical simulation of shear-periodic turbulence -- Steady and unsteady
nonlinear flow treatment using the full potential equation -- Vortex method in three-dimensional flow -- Calculation of transonic potential flow past wing-tail-fuselage combinations using the multigrid technique -- Pulsed column :
Transient flow of a polydispersed phase -- A flame approach to unsteady combustion phenomena with application to a flame interacting with a cold wall -- Numerical solution for entry flow in curved pipes of arbitrary curvature ratio --
Numerical simulation of boundary-layer transition -- Spectral methods for aerodynamic problems -- Time-dependent inverse solution of three-dimensional, compressible, turbulent, integral boundary-layer equations in nonorthogonal
curvilinear coordinates -- A three-dimensional incompressible primitive variable Navier-Stokes procedure with no poisson solver -- Formation of taylor vortices in spherical Couette flow -- Numerical simulation of unsteady flowfields
near bodies in nonuniform oncoming stream -- Flux vector splitting and Runge-Kutta methods for the Euler equations -- Fast solutions to the steady state compressible and incompressible fluid dynamic equations -- Influence matrix
technique for the Navier-Stokes pressure boundary condition -- Simulation of transonic separated airfoil flow by finite-difference viscous-inviscid interaction -- Universal single level implicit algorithm for gasdynamics --
Renormalization group-based subgrid scale turbulence closures -- An iterative-method of integral relations scheme for wake flows -- Fourier-legendre spectral methods for incompressible channel flow -- Accurate solution of several
complicated problems
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Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Fluids , Physics , Classical Continuum Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:A Celebration of Statistics The ISI Centenary Volume A Volume to Celebrate the Founding of the International Statistical Institute in 1885
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Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (606 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-8560-8
Contents:1. Prediction and Entropy -- 2. Statistical Developments in World War II: An International Perspective -- 3. Statistics in the United Kingdom, 1939–45 -- 4. The Fascination of Sand -- 5. International Trends in Official Statistics --
6. Cohort Analysis in Epidemiology -- 7. Psychiatric Statistics -- 8. Mathematical Models for Infectious Disease Statistics -- 9. Evolutionary Origins of Statisticians and Statistics -- 10. Statistical Computing: What’s Past Is
Prologue -- 11. Conditional Econometric Modeling: An Application to New House Prices in the United Kingdom -- 12. Large-Scale Social Experimentation in the United States -- 13. The Development of Sample Surveys of Finite Populations --
14. On Some New Probabilistic Developments of Significance to Statistics: Martingales, Long Range Dependence, Fractals, and Random Fields -- 15. Concepts of Robustness -- 16. Robust Estimators of Location and Their Second-Order
Asymptotic Relations -- 17. Mathematical Statistics in the Humanities, and Some Related Problems in Astronomy -- 18. Reflections on the World Fertility Survey -- 19. Economic and Social Statistics for Comparative Assessments -- 20. An
Introduction to the Optimum Design of Experiments -- 21. Experimental Design in Russian Practice -- 22. Agricultural Experimentation in a Developing Country -- 23. On the Statistical Analysis of Floods -- 24. Weighted Distributions
Arising Out of Methods of Ascertainment: What Population Does a Sample Represent? -- 25. Statistical Problems in Crop Forecasting -- Author Index
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Title:Fluctuations and Sensitivity in Nonequilibrium Systems Proceedings of an International Conference, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, March 12–16, 1984
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (276 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-46508-6
Contents:I Basic Theory -- Irreversibility and Space-Time Structure -- Stochastic Systems: Qualitative Theory and Lyapunov Exponents -- First Passage Times for Processes Governed by Master Equations -- II Pattern Formation and Selection --
Three Caveats for Linear Stability Theory: Rayleigh-Bénard Convection -- Pattern Selection and Phase Fluctuations in Chemical Systems -- Experiments on Patterns and Noise in Hydrodynamic Systems -- III Bistable Systems -- Optical
Bistability: Steady-State and Transient Behavior -- Experimental Studies of the Transitions Between Stationary States in a Bistable Chemical System -- Noise-Induced Transitions in Multi-Stable Systems -- Bistable Flows Driven by
Colored Noise -- IV Response to Stochastic and Periodic Forcing -- Noise-Induced Transitions -- Dynamical Aspects of External Nonwhite Noise -- Dynamic Systems with Fast Parametric Oscillations -- Experimental Studies of Noise-Induced
Transitions -- Sensitivity of a Hopf Bifurcation to External Multiplicative Noise -- V Noise and Deterministic Chaos -- Noise and Chaos in Selected Quantum Optical Systems -- Distinguishing Low-Dimensional Chaos from Random Noise in a
Hydrodynamic Experiment -- Sensitive Dependence to Parameters, Fat Fractals, and Universal Strange Attractors -- Noise-Induced Transitions in Discrete-Time Systems -- Scaling for External Excitations of a Period-Doubling System -- VI
Sensitivity in Nonequilibrium Systems -- General Sensitivity Analysis of Differential Equation Systems -- Nonequilibrium Sensitivity -- Patterns of Nonequilibrium Sensitivity in Biological Systems -- Chemical Reaction Network
Sensitivity Analysis -- VII Contributed Papers and Posters -- Chaos in the Conservative Duffing System — Renormalization Group Prediction -- Solvable Double-Well Potential Models -- Nonlinear Fluctuation-Dissipation Relations --
Numerical Studies of Fluctuations and Hysteresis in the Homogeneous Schögl Model -- Could Weak Neutral Currents Have Determined Biological Chirality? -- Nonequilibrium Chemical Instabilities in Continuous Flow Stirred Tank Reactors:
The Effect of Stirring -- The Effect of Random and Periodic Fluctuations on Nonlinear Systems -- The Period-Doubling Power Spectrum of Conservative Systems -- A New Computable Criterion for the Non-Existence of Invariant Circles --
Periodic and Nonperiodic Dynamical Behavior Near Homoclinic Systems -- Precursors of Period Doubling Instabilities -- Flow Patterns in a Circular Couette System -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Fluids , Thermodynamics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Thermodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Physical Chemistry
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIIth International Colloquium Held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, September 5–11, 1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (521 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0016103
Contents:The use and ultimate validity of invariance principles -- Cohomology and contraction: The “non-relativistic” limit revisited -- Linearization — A unified approach -- Weyl kinematical groups of electromagnetic and energy-momentum
tensors -- From spinors to probability amplitudes of external and internal variables for spinning particles -- A characterizatton of factor systems of locally-operating representations -- Recent developments on shift operators --
Unitary and non-unitary, multiplicity free irreducible representations of SL (3,R) -- The symmetry group of a differential equation -- Group contractions and the E(2)-like little group for massless particles as an
infinite-momentum/zero-mass limit of the 0(3)-like little group for massive particles -- Representation approach to lattices of subgroups of space groups -- Young tableaux for the Lie superalgebra OSP(M/N) -- The associated Lie Algebra
of $$\ddot x$$ + f2 $$\dot x$$ + f1x = f0 -- Three-dimensional commutative diagram of group homomorphisms -- Indecomposable representations of Verma type -- Some recent results on the SU(3)? SO(3) state labelling problem -- Irreducible
projective representations of the generalized symmetric groups B n m -- Indecomposable representations of some graded Lie Algebras -- Stephen Paneitz: A brief appreciation -- Indecomposable representations of the Poincare group and
associated fields -- SL(n,R)/SO(n) unirreps and group decontraction -- Hysteresis & universal bifurcation in natural processes -- Irreducible representations of the basic classical Lie superalgebras SU(m/n) SU(n/n)/U(1) OSp(m/2n) D(2/1
? ) G(3) F(4). -- Group representations in indefinite metric spaces -- Tensor operator realisations of the classical Lie Algebras and non-trivial zeros of the 6j-symbol -- Yang - Baxter algebras of dynamical charges in the chiral gross
- Neveu model -- Subgroups of Lie groups and symmetry reduction for nonlinear partial differential equations -- Spinorial description of Lie superalgebras -- Noetherian symmetries, backlund transformation and conservation laws for a
completely integrable three dimensional system -- Einstein equations without killing vectors, self-dual Yang-Mills field and non-linear sigma models (integrability properties, links, new solutions) -- Jet bundle technique, Lie Bäcklund
vector fields and diffusion equations -- A group-theoretic treatment of Gaussian optics and third-order aberrations -- Study of Michel's conjecture -- Conformally invariant solutions of Yang-Mills equations in Minkowski space -- Two
body relativistic scattering with an 0(1,1) symmetric sqaure well potential -- Emergence of central extension of Kac-Moody algebra in quantum integrable models -- Cohomological interpretation of anomalies the example of the trace
anomaly -- On pure, conformal and exotic spinors -- Pohlmeyer-type transformations in general relativity -- On group covariance and the law of motion in a generalized metric theory -- Minimalization of Higgs potentials with application
to the SU(5) model -- Self-dual monopoles and calorons -- U(1) Invariant hierarchy theories in d-dimension antisymmetric gauge tensor fields -- Generalized connection forms with linearized curvature -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in S4
De Sitter space -- Applications of conformal invariance to gauge Quantum Field Theory -- On the necessity of breaking colour SUC(3) symmetry -- Massive vector superfields with SU(2) internal symmetry -- Supergravity in
eleven-dimensional space-time -- Dimensional reduction of exceptional gauge groups and flavor chirality -- Seven - Spheres from octonions -- A solution of Bianchi identities for extended supergravities -- N=2 unconstrained superfield
supergravity from hypermultiplet -- Euclidean supersymmetries in three and four dimensions -- Gauge theories in higher dimensions: Linear relations for gauge fields, integrability conditions, spherical symmetry in eight dimensions --
Quantum vortices and diff (?3) -- The time dependent Sp(2,?) model for the breathing mode -- The quark structure of nuclei from a group theoretical viewpoint -- Group theoretic approach to spherical anharmonic oscillator -- Operator
averages and orthogonalities -- Advances in the theory of collective motion in nuclei -- Quantum effects in classical phase space: Symplectic structures associated to the scattering of nuclear fragments -- Gamow states in momentum
representation -- Geometry of nuclear collective motions -- Is it possible to separate the kinetic energy and the velocity field into a collective and an intrinsic part W.R.T. the GL+(3,)R) collectivity? -- Computer generated
Clebsch-Gordan (C-G) coefficients for space groups -- Automorphism symmetries of space group representations -- Lattices of symmetric groups S5 and S6 and exomorphism of group-subgroup relations up to index 6 -- A direct-expansion
method for tensor properties of crystals -- Isotropy groups of space groups — A simple method for their determination -- Landau's theory of crystalline phase transitions in a superspace formulation -- Symmetry breaking in solid state
and particle physics -- Counterexamples to the maximality conjecture of Landau-Higgs models -- Some mathematical problems in renormalization group theory -- On the Racah algebra for Shubnikov magnetic groups -- On periodic and
non-periodic space fillings of Em obtained by projection -- Invariants for physically irreducible representations of space groups -- On symmetry aspects of phase transitions with coupled parameters -- Quasisymmetry (P-symmetry) in
crystals -- Braid groups and Euclidean Lie algebras in statistical mechanics of spin systems -- Phase coexistence in many-fermion systems -- Mean field renormalization group approach to lattice models -- Linear-antilinear
representations of magnetic line groups -- Anderson transition and nonlinear ?-model -- Do energy bands in solids have an identity -- Coupling coefficients for the space group of the hexagonal close-packed structure -- Harmonic
analysis on phase space and Born's metric for space time -- Generalized Chebyshev polynomials and characters of GL(N,C) and SL(N,C) (fragments of results) -- Tensor operators as an extension of the universal enveloping algebra -- A
group-theoretical criterion for an Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state -- Group theory algebras and bosonization -- SO(3) commutators for angular momentum and rotation observables -- Integrals of motion of nonstationary quantum systems --
Geometric properties of the lowest energy state for a polynomial Hamiltonian -- Groupes différentiels et physique mathématique -- Gauge invariance and canonical transformations in Dirac generalized mechanics
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Title:The Arts at a New Frontier The National Endowment for the Arts
Author(s): Fannie Taylor
Date:1984
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Contents:1 Development of Government Support for the Arts -- History of Federal Arts Support to 1965 -- Reference Notes -- 2 Reaching Legislative Consensus, 1960–1965 -- Patterns of Arts Support prior to 1965 -- Important Events Leading to the
Passage of Arts Funding Legislation -- Reference Notes -- 3 The Roger Stevens Years -- Roger Stevens’ Background -- The National Council for the Arts -- Stevens Responds to Criticism -- The National Endowment for the Arts Becomes Law
-- Initial and Trend-Setting Grants -- Laboratory and Theatre Project -- Dance Program Begins -- Costume Design and Folk Art -- Literature Program/Poets in the Schools -- The Kenneth Patchen Grant -- International Arts Events Supported
-- Musical Beginnings: Some Cacophony -- The American Film Institute -- Housing for Artists -- Spreading Resources -- American Theatre Laboratory -- Architecture and Design Starts Slowly -- Visual Arts -- Beginning the Federal—State
Partnership Program -- The Arts Endowment Begins to Take on Character -- Reauthorization -- Cooling the Inner Cities -- The President Hosts a Dinner -- Final Months -- Reference Notes -- 4 The Nancy Hanks Years -- Hanks Assumes
Chairmanship -- Deputy Chairman Michael Straight -- The Belmont Report -- Reauthorization -- Late Summer Report, 1972 -- Federal Design Improvement Program -- Establishing Expansion Arts -- Expanding Aid to Individual Artists --
Coordinated Residency Touring Program -- The “City” Programs in Architecture -- The Bicentennial -- Triennial Authorization -- Nancy Hanks Reappointed to Chairmanship -- Growing State and Community Arts Agencies -- Tenth Anniversary of
the Arts Legislation -- Reference Notes -- 5 Opening up the New Frontier -- Touring Projects -- Media Projects -- Expansion Arts Projects -- Accessibility and Awareness Projects -- Special Projects Activities -- Preservation of
Heritage Projects -- Federal—State Partnership Program -- Residency Programs as a Means of Achieving Arts Availability -- Artists-in-Schools -- Reference Notes -- 6 At the End of Ten Years -- Reference Notes -- Epilogue -- Reference
Notes -- Appendix A National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities -- Appendix B National Council on the Arts
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIth International Colloquium Held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey August 23–28, 1982
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (572 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-12291-5
Contents:Non-compact groups and irreducible representations -- Duality theorems in conformal geometry -- Covariant differential operators -- Generalized young tableaux and weight multiplicity for classical Lie groups -- G(2) ? SU(2) x SU(2)
shift operators and scalars -- Generalised young tableaux for Lie algebras and superalgebras -- The DeSitter symmetry of the Dirac equation -- Casimir operators for inhomogeneous classical groups -- Construction and unitary
representations of the non - compact groups of supergravity -- A new look at group orthogonality relations -- Lie supergroups and graded Lie groups -- The invariants of the nondegenerate representations of the group of the pseudo —
orthogonal matrices SO(P,1) -- Topological and algebraic structure of linear problems associated with completely integrable systems -- Infinite dimensional symmetry algebras in integrable systems -- Scattering and transfer in some
group theoretical potentials -- Reduction of supersymmetric ?-models on graded manifolds -- Two dimensional ?-models and harmonic maps from S2 to S2n -- Completely integrable Hamiltonian systems and the separation of variables --
Conformally invariant pure spinor models -- “Exact solvability in chiral and gauge theories” -- An inverse scattering transform technique for stationary Axi-symmetric Einsteins-Maxwell fields -- The symmetric space property and the
embedding problem for stationary Axi-symmetric Einstein-Maxwell fields -- Self-dual Yang-Mills as a totally integrable system -- Constrained Hamiltonian systems -- Backlund problem,differential algebra and group theory -- Are atomic
Hartree-Fock equations linearizable? -- Oscillator-like unitary representations of non-compact groups and supergroups and extended supergravity theories -- Gravity, supergravities and integrable systems -- Free graded differential
superalgebras -- Relativistic wave equations from supergroup quantization -- Generalized Kerr-Schild transformation -- Adding a ?-term to pp-wave solutions of the Einstein field equations -- Aspects of a spin(1,4) gauge theory with
Kaluza-Klein symmetry -- Composite gravity and composite supergravity -- Labelling of irreducible representations of super Lie algebras -- Tensorial properties of incommensurate crystals -- Bifurcations and symmetry changes in crystals
-- The structure of space — Groups'unitary representations -- Band structure of almost periodic potentials -- Space group representations for crystal structure types -- Selection rules for polymers -- Automorphism symmetries of space
group selection rules -- Invariant formulation for the zeros of covariant vector fields -- Associated corepresentations and symmetry of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients -- Generalized and symmetrized Clebsch Gordan coefficients for
antiunitary groups -- Generalized coupling coefficients for space groups -- Active representations of space groups based on the cubic lattice -- Reduced large N models -- Derivation of infinite-component wave equations from field
theory -- Maximal symmetries on potentials and gauge invariance -- Ghosts, Anomalies and the geometry of gauge fields -- Colour algebras and generalized statistics -- The branching rule of Weyl and the quantum number b(?1, ?2, ?3) --
On a new regularization method for Feynman diagrams -- Explicit realization of E8 -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in SU(2) × U(1) in weak coupling limit -- Dynamical unification of fermions and gauge bosons for internal symmetry and
gravity -- Q =I3 + 12Y. WHY? -- Examples of group contraction -- Symmetry breaking in the spectrum generating group and its experimental tests -- Construction of the dynamical symmetry group of the relativistic harmonic oscillator by
the Infeld-Hull factorization method -- Dynamical semigroups for resonances in rigged Hilbert spaces -- Extrema of Landau and Higgs polynomials and zeros of renormalization-group equations -- Group contraction and macroscopic quantum
systems -- The Interacting Boson Model and its connection with group theory -- Boson mappings in nuclear physics. A brief and prejudiced survey -- Does accidental degeneracy imply a symmetry group? -- “A hidden symmetry incollective
excitations of many-body systems” -- The U(6) symmetry in the microscopic collective model -- SO(2n+1) in an [SU(2)]n basis: Symmetric representations -- A formalism for the microscopic interacting boson model with non-degenerate
orbits -- SU(3) in an 0(3) basis: Eigenvalue spectrum of the Q l 0 AND O l 0 operators -- SU(4) in an SO(4) basis : Shift operator technique -- The algebraic geometry of multimonopoles -- Dimensional reduction, spinor fielks and
characteristic classes -- Graded bundles in the Ogievetsky-Sokatchev supergravity -- Analysis and comparison of different ways of identification of spin functions variables -- A generalized imprimitivity theorem for a class of POV —
measures -- Inversions in twistor space -- Physical group theory and Euclidean space -- Some aspects of random walks on groups -- Ising model on finitely presented groups -- Self-triality in statistical mechanics and field theory --
Symmetries of finite hard rod systems -- Influences of lattice dimension d and character of spin-interactions on the thermodynamics of Ising models -- Gauge invariance in the strong coupling BCS-model -- On the algebraic properties of
the Luttinger model -- Dynamical groups and coexistence phenomena
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Title:Heavy-Ion Collisions Proceedings of the International Summer School Held in Rábida (Huelva), Spain, June 7–18, 1982
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (433 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018084
Contents:Opening talk -- Calculation of effective interactions -- Potential model description of heavy ion scattering using spline techniques -- Folding models for elastic and inelastic scattering -- Relations between the simultaneous and
sequential transfer of two nucleons -- Polarization phenomena in heavy ion transfer reactions -- Nuclear charge and matter distributions -- What do we learn from self-consistent models about nuclear density distributions ? -- Probing
the nuclear structure with heavy-ion reactions -- Different regines of dissipative collisions -- Charge equilibration in deep-inelastic peripheral collisions -- Neutron-proton asymmetry and fast fission : Two extreme time evolutions in
dissipative heavy ion reactions -- Neutron-proton asymmetry -- Fast fission phenomenon -- Pre-equilibrium processes in nuclear reactions -- Light nuclei far from stability -- Direct proton decay of 147 Tm -- Description of high spin
states -- Shape coexistence and a new region of strong deformation in nuclei far from stability -- New directions in studies of nuclei far from stability with heavy ions -- Multiple discontinuities of the moment of inertia at high spin
-- Recent results on nuclei far from stability in the mass region a ? 70 -- Fusion and compound nuclei decay for light and intermediate-mass systems: 24Mg, 28Si + 12C 24Mg + 24,26Mg 28Si + 24Mg, 28,29,30Si -- Nuclear ‘molecular’ states
-- The excitation and decay of isoscalar giant resonances -- Heavy ions and giant resonances -- The width and decay-properties of giant resonances -- Spectroscopy of superheavy quasimolecules and quasiatoms
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the IX International Colloquium Held at Cocoyoc, México, June 23–27, 1980
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (635 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-10271-X
Contents:Group theory of the Morse potential -- Four Euclidean conformal group approach to the multiphoton processes in the H-atom -- Landau theory, symmetry breaking and the chain criterion -- The configuration dN in cubic symmetry: A
symmetry adapted weak field approach -- Group theory of the effective potential -- Bloch theorem for crystals with structural distortions -- Global symmetries of spin systems defined on abelian manifolds -- Phases and conjugacy classes
-- The probability density in non relativistic quantum mechanics and the (extended) Galilei group -- Quaternionic quantum mechanics and Adler's chromostatics -- Coherent angular momentum states for the isotropic oscillator -- How to
measure the canonical momentum p and operators p + f(q) -- A uniqueness result for the segal quantization of a classical system with symmetries -- On the singular points of the matrix elements of the resolvent operator -- Limitations
on quantum measuring processes -- Classical and quantum physics on phase space: The state spaces -- Quantum dynamical semigroups and complete positivity. An application to isotropic spin relaxation -- On geometric quantization of the
rigid body -- A unified theory of simple dynamical systems -- Geometry of the time-dependent variational principle in quantum mechanics -- Variational characterization of Hamiltonian vectorfields as lie algebra of canonical
diffeomorphisms -- The lie theory of extended groups in classical mechanics — Is it of relevance to quantum mechanics? -- On the structure of phase space -- Quantization as mapping and as deformation -- Metric and group structures from
quantum physics -- Spontaneous symmetry breaking and restricted superposition principle -- Many-body quantum mechanics as symplectic dynamics -- A nonlinear superposition principle for Riccati equations of the conformal type --
Bäcklund transformations, conservation laws and lie symmetries for the generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equation -- Killing tensors and variable separation for Hamilton-Jacobi equations -- Lie pseudogroups and gauge theory --
Conformal invariance and symmetry breaking for the one-dimensional wave equation -- The flavour sequence and superselection rules -- The Zitterbewegung of the electron and its compact phase space -- New experimental evidence for a new
interpretation of flavor SU(3) -- Baryon magnetic moments in broken SU(6) -- The Racah-Wigner algebra and the masses of exotic hadrons -- Simple construction of a relativistic wave equation with arbitrary mass and spin and belinfante's
1/S-conjecture -- Poincaré group, symplectic group, and relativistic extended hadrons consisting of spin 1/2 quarks -- An operator S matrix theory of the strongly interacting particles -- Generalized Galilei invariant partial wave
expansions of the scattering amplitude for collisions between two particles with arbitrary spin -- Ternary algebras as the basis of a dynamical theory of subconstituents -- Solitons as sections in non trivial bundles -- Effects of
heavy colored higgs scalars in grand unified theories -- Categories of nonlinear group realizations: A possible explanation for the multiple states of charge -- Classical solutions of non-linear ?-models and their quantum fluctuations
-- Higgs representations for SO(n) gauges theories -- Multivortex configurations in the Abelian Higgs model -- Quark confinement in field theories with discrete gauge symmetry Z(3) -- Proliferation of effective fields by spontaneous
symmetry breakdown -- Explicit solutions for the scalar coupled Yang-Mills system in Minkowski space -- Dynamical supersymmetry SU(6/4) in nuclei -- Group theory of the IBA and its applications -- Bases for irreps of U(6) and three
body problems -- Intrinsic sphape of nuclei -- Group theory and nuclear high spin phenomena -- SU3 symmetry in resonating group calculations. Toward a microscopic theory of 12C + 12C molecular resonances -- Collective motion, composite
particle structure, and symplectic groups in nuclei -- Group theory and confrontation of nuclear collective models -- Matrix elements of generators of U(6) in a U(6)?U(3)?U(2) basis -- Hartree-Fock one-body dynamics and U(n) co-adjoint
orbits -- Group-theoretical aspects of the many-body problem in nuclear theory -- The continuing quest for exact solutions of Einstein's field eouations - - new goals for the eighties -- All non-twisting N's with cosmological constant
-- Can quantum effects prevent spacetime collapse? -- Complex plane representation of the Geroch group and a proof of a geroch conjecture -- The Geroch group and soliton solutions of the stationary axially symmetric Einstein's
equations -- Geometry of projective asymptotic twistor space -- A truly relativistic approach of the concept of time -- Bases in Sp(2n) representation space -- Semiunitary projective representations of non-connected lie groups: A
criterion for the choice of the unitary subgroup -- SU(mn) ? SU(m) x SU(n) isoscalar factors and S(f1+f2) ? S(f1) × S(f2) isoscalar factors -- Structure of enveloping algebras of low-rank groups -- Computer programs for the reduction
of symmetrised nth powers of space group irreducible representations using gard's subgroup method -- Some remarks on the uniqueness and reality of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients for corepresentations -- On some special relations involving
3-jm symbols -- Two problems related to the Stone-von Neumann-Mackey uniqueness theorem -- Non-complex representations and their relation to antiunitary symmetry -- Representation theory of compact groups -- Representation theory of
compact groups / Shift operators for discrete unitary representations of O(p,q) -- Representation theory of compact groups / Maximal Abelian subalgebras of sp(2n,?) and their applications in physics -- Representation theory of compact
groups / Polynomial space group tensors -- A permutation for SUn consistent with duality -- Integral transform representation of SL (2,R) -- The theory of G? supermanifolds -- Casimir operations and the relations of the simplest
supersymmetric superalgebra -- On realizations of graded lie algebras and on properties of d-polynomials -- On gauge formulations of gravitation theories -- Lagrangian formalism for superfields with internal symmetry -- Causal
propagation in second order Lorentz-invariant wave equations -- The exceptional group E8 for grand unification -- Completely integrable N-body problems in three-dimension and their relativistic generalization -- Ward-Takashi identities
as a necessary and sufficient condition for gauce invariance -- Supersymmetric generalization of Riemannian symmetric pairs -- Composite gauge fields and Riemannian geometry -- Gauge-theory ghosts and unitarity - Progress in the
geometrical treatment -- Color in internal supersymmetry unification -- Canonical (possibly Lagrangian) realizations of the Poincare' group with increasing mass-spin trajectories -- Similarity analysis of wave propagation in axially
nonlinear nonhomogéneous systems
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Title:Albert Einstein His Influence on Physics, Philosophy and Politics
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (220 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-322-91080-6
Contents:The Development of the Theory of Relativity -- Cosmology -- Gravitational Radiation -- Black Holes -- The Black Hole: An Imaginary Conversation with Albert Einstein -- Can Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Realty Be
Considered Complete -- Einstein’s Contribution to Statistical Mechanics -- “On the History of the Special Relativity Theory” -- Einstein’s Model for Constructing a Scientific Theory -- Einstein’s Treatment of Theoretical Concepts --
Einstein’s Importance to Physics, Philosophy and Politics -- Einstein and Zionism -- Birth and Rôle of the GRG-Organization and the Cultivation of International Relations among Scientists in the Field -- Reminiscences of Albert
Einstein from 1908 to 1930 -- Mercer Street and other Memories -- Einstein — and the Vanity of Academia
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Sixth International Colloquium Tübingen 1977
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (551 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-08848-2
Contents:A guide to Lie superalgebras -- Supergravity in the physics of particles and fields -- Harmonic analysis on graded (or super) Lie groups -- The diagram lattice as structural principle in mathematics -- Kinematical symmetries in
molecular quantum mechanics -- Symmetry of non-rigid molecules -- Some recent results on the metaplectic representation -- The nuclear collective model and the symplectic group -- Geometry of real and complex canonical transformations
in quantum mechanics -- Composite particles and symplectic (SEMI-) groups -- Group theory of the Landau — Thermodynamic theory of continuous phase transitions in crystals -- Phase transitions, approach to equilibrium, and structural
stability -- Topological classification of symmetry defects in ordered media -- Dynamical origin of symmetry -- Action of control semi groups on manifold and application to realization theory -- Some applications of the theory of
semigroups to automata -- Position space renormalization group -- Static solitons in more than one dimension -- Remarks on the energy representation of Sobolev-Lie groups -- Unbounded representations of the Poincare and gauge groups in
the indefinite metric quantization of the electromagnetic field -- On the construction of graded Lie algebras -- Exceptional parafermions in a Hilbert space over an associative algebra -- The SU(4) nuclear symmetry revisited -- The
spinning electron -- Group theoretical expansions of scattering amplitudes for particles with spin -- On the extension of vector fields and the superluminal transformations -- A group theoretical derivation of the minimal coupling in
elementary quantum mechanics -- Towards a constructive approach to supersymmetric ? -- The maximal Abelian subgroups of the conformal group of space-time -- The exceptional groups as candidates for supersymmetry -- Quark bag
excitations, SL(3,R) spectrum generating group and vector states in e+e? annihilation -- Completeness of networks of states -- PUA representations of Shubnikov space groups and selection rules -- Computer programs for determining Wave
Vector Selection Rules (WVSRs) for space groups -- Results of computer programs for determining the reductions of the Kronecker products of the irreducible representations of space groups -- Compatibility relations for factor systems
and space group representations -- Bravais lattices associated with incommensurate crystal phases -- Ligand polarizations and lanthanide ion spectra -- Basic exchange integrals and the triple double coset symbol -- Group contractions
and infrared effect in theories with spontaneous breakdown of symmetry -- Instantons in lattice models with discrete symmetries -- Spontaneous breakdown of symmetry and the generalized coherent states -- Molien function and calculation
of invariant polynomials for space groups -- Gauge fields and quantum liquids -- A new model of a structural phase transition -- Application of Morse theory to the symmetry breaking in the Landau theory of second order phase transition
-- Spontaneous breakdown of the gauge symmetry and observable phase operator -- Semigroups and effective structures of automata -- Studies of some physically-relevant representation groups -- Effective decompositions of automata -- On
invariants and canonical forms for linear dynamical systems -- Mean ergodic semigroups of contractions in W*-algebras -- About some series associated to complex semi-simple Lie algebras -- Gelfand Lattice polynomials and finite
irreducible representations of GL(n,¢). -- Partitions of integers and Lie algebras -- Lie elements, the killing form and trace identities -- Branching rule SO(7)?G2 -- Simplified Racah's eingenval formula for the second order Casimir
operator -- A note on the series expansions for the Racah coefficient -- Construction of O(3) shift operators and their use in classification of Lie algebras -- Wave functions of identical particles -- The metaplectic semigroup and the
implementation of complex linear canonical transformations in quantum mechanics -- Weyl quantization and metaplectic representation -- On quantummechanical symmetry groups -- Non-bijective canonical transformations and their
representations in quantum mechanics -- Kinematical symmetries of the nonlinear diffusion equations -- Lie pseudogroups and the structure of physical laws -- Equivalence of Kadison and Wigner symmetries in traditional quantum mechanics
-- The coherent states associated with a compact semi-simple Lie group -- Theory of symmetry of infinite systems -- Group theoretic approach to similarity analysis with applications to the problems of wave propagation -- Generalized
number operator in the Fock representation -- Quantization and deformation theroy
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Title:Combinatorial Mathematics Proceedings of the International Conference on Combinatorial Theory Canberra, August 16–27, 1977
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (353 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0062510
Contents:Reflections on the legitimate deck problem -- Some extremal problems on families of graphs and related problems -- Integral properties of combinatorial matrices -- A class of three-designs -- Isomorphic factorisations III: Complete
multipartite graphs -- Biplanes and semi-biplanes -- Near-self-complementary designs and a method of mixed sums -- Recent progress and unsolved problems in dominance theory -- On the linear independence of sets of 2q columns of certain
(1, ?1) matrices with a group structure, and its connection with finite geometries -- The doehlert-klee problem: Part I, statistical background -- On the cayley index of a group -- A survey of extremal (r,?)-systems and certain
applications -- On the enumeration of certain graceful graphs -- Fixing subgraphs of Km,n -- Hadamard equivalence -- A note on equidistant permutation arrays -- The combinatorics of algebraic graph theory in theoretical physics --
Graphs, groups and polytopes -- Decompositions of complete symmetric digraphs into the four oriented quadrilaterals -- Brick packing -- Colour symmetry in crystallographic space groups -- Generation of a frequency square orthogonal to
a 10×10 latin square -- Factorization in the monoid of languages -- On graphs as unions of eulerian graphs -- The analysis of colour symmetry -- Computing automorphisms and canonical labellings of graphs -- On a result of bose and
shrikhande -- Further results on a problem in the design of electrical circuits -- Transversals and finite topologies -- Asymptotic number of self-converse oriented graphs -- Some correspondences involving the schröder numbers and
relations -- A computer listing of hadamard matrices -- A class of codes generated by circulant weighing matrices -- An application of maximum-minimum distance circuits on hypercubes -- Decompositions of graphs and hypergraphs -- Some
extremal problems in combinatorial geometry -- Distance-regular graphs -- A note on baxter's generalization of the temperley-lieb operators -- Autocorrelation of (+1,?1) sequences -- Triangles in labelled cubic graphs -- Problems
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Title:Modular Functions of One Variable VI Proceedings International Conference, University of Bonn, Sonderforschungsbereich Theoretische Mathematik July 2–14, 1976
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Date:1977
Size:1 online resource (340 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0065293
Contents:Values of dirichlet series at integers in the critical strip -- Analytic properties of euler products of automorphic representations -- Modular forms of weight 1/2 -- Dimensions des espaces de formes modulaires -- Facteurs gamma et
équations fonctionnelles -- Modular forms whose fourier coefficients involve zeta-functions of quadratic fields -- Correction to “The eichler-selberg trace formula on SL2(?)” -- A lifting of modular forms in one variable to hilbert
modular forms in two variables -- Theta functions over Q and over Q(?q) -- Séries thêta des formes quadratiques indéfinies -- Automorphic forms and Artin's conjecture -- Relations between automorphic forms produced by theta-functions
-- The ring of hilbert modular forms for real quadratic fields of small discriminant -- On zeta-functions of rankin type associated with siegel modular forms
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Fourth International Colloquium, Nijmegen 1975
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Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (635 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-07789-8
Contents:Magnetic monopoles and non-abelian gauge groups -- Present status of supersymmetry -- Monopole theories with strings and their applications to meson states -- Quarks and the Poincare group SU(6) x SU(3) as a classification group for
baryons -- Wave equations for extended hadrons -- Covariance principle and covariance group in presence of external E.M. Fields -- Dynamical SU(3) model for strong interactions and ? particles -- Local and global equivalence of
projective representations -- Invariant e'quations on the fibre bundles -- Gauge groups in local field theory and superselection rules -- The algebraic method in representation theory -- Geometric quantization and graded Lie algebras
-- Construction explicite de l'indice de Maslov. Applications -- Twistor theory and geometric quantization -- Quantisation as deformation theory, -- Relativistic canonical systems: A geometric approach to their space-time structure and
symmetries -- Propagators in quantum mechanics on multiply connected spaces -- On the quantisation of the Kepler manifold -- On wave functions in geometric quantization -- Dynamical prequantization, spectrum-generating algebras and the
classical Kepler and harmonic oscillator problems -- Weyl quantisation on a sphere -- Conformal group, quantization, and the Kepler problem -- Exceptional groups and elementary particles -- A propos des brisures spontanés de symétrie
-- Geometry of generalized coherent states -- Coherent states for boson systems in quantum field theory and statistical mechanics -- Coherent states and Pippard networks -- The algebraic approach to nuclear structure problems -- Lie
Groups and the Jahn-Teller Effect for a Color Center -- Symmetries and statistics in nuclear physics -- Group theory in polymer physics -- Group theoretical approach to bloch electrons in antiferromagnets -- U (5) ? O (5 )? o (3) and
the exact solution for the problem of quadrupole vibrations of the nucleus -- Wave vector selection rules for space groups -- A chemist looks at the structure of symmetry groups -- Cacnonical transformations and gaussian integral
kernels in nuclear physics -- Crystals as dynamical systems : A new class of models -- Non linear canonical transformations and their representations in quantum mechanics -- Invariance groups of young operators pauling numbers --
Applications of Group Theory to Nuclear Reactions : A Critical Survey -- The canonical resolution of the multiplicity problem for U(3): An explicit and complete constructive solution -- On space-time groups -- Frame's conjugating
representation and group extensions -- Symmetries of differential equations in mathematical physics -- On the determination of factor systems of PUA — representations -- Complex extension of the representation of the symplectic group
associated with the canonical commutation relations -- Continuous unitary projective representations of Polish groups: The BMS-group -- The Hilbert space L2(SU(2)) as a representation space for the group (SU(2) × SU(2)) ? S2 --
Induction from a normal nilpotent subgroup -- Spinor representations -- Weight multiplicities for the classical groups -- Casimir operators of subalgebras of the Poincare Lie algebra and of real Lie algebras of low dimension -- The
maximal solvable subalgebras of the real classical lie algebras. II -- Physics and deformation theory of finite and infinite Lie algebras -- Wigner 3j-symbols and the Lorentz group -- Description of symmetries in indefinite metric
spaces -- Partial diagonalization of Bethe-Salpeter type equations -- Group structure for classical lattice systems of arbitrary spin -- Equivalent Lagrangians and quasicanonical transformations -- Group theory of massless Boson fields
-- Some considerations about Nelson's derivation of Schroedinger equation -- The “Galilean” components of a position operator for the photon -- Group theoretic aspects of Gibbs space -- Approximate symmetry -- Cohomology of the action
differential forms -- Correlation inequalities in a class of lattice systems in statistical mechanics -- What is so “special” about “relativity”?
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Title:Spline Functions Proceedings of an International Symposium Held at Karlsruhe, Germany, May 20–23, 1975
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Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (428 p.)
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Contents:Cardinal interpolation and spline functions VIII. The budan-fourier theorem for splines and applications -- An extension of Sard's method -- Zur Numerischen Behandlung von Homogenen Fredholmschen Integralgleichungen 2. Art mit Splines
-- Anwendung der Spline-Funktionen zur Bearbeitung Geophysikalischer Messreihen -- Direct and inverse theorems for best approximation by ?-Splines -- Computation of periodic M-splines with equi-spaced nodes -- Discrete polynomial
spline approximation methods -- Periodische Splinefunktionen -- Bemerkungen zur Numerischen Lösung von Anfangswertproblemen mit Hilfe Nichtlinearer Spline-Funktionen -- On the relations between finite differences and derivatives of
cardinal spline functions -- On optimal approximation -- Splineapproximation in intermediären Räumen -- Mehrdimensionale Spline-Interpolation mit Hilfe der Methode von Sard -- Toward a constructive theory of generalized spline
functions -- On an inequality of lorentz in the theory of bernstein polynomials -- Alternanten Bei Gelchmässiger Approximation Mit Zweidimensionalen Splinefunktionen -- Approximation mit splinefunktionen und quadraturformeln
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Title:International Symposium on Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics January 23–29, 1975, Kyoto University, Kyoto/Japan
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Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (562 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0013294
Contents:Analyticity properties of scattering amplitudes: A review of some recent developments -- Recent development in hyperfunction theory and its application to physics (microlocal analysis of s-matrices and related quantities) --
Micro-local calculus -- Microlocal study of S-matrix singularity structure -- Convolutors for ultrahyperfunctions -- Mass singularities of Feynman amplitudes -- Large momentum behaviour of Feynman amplitudes -- Spectral dependence of
the analyticity domain of local vertex functions -- Asymptotics and light-cone singularities in quantum field theory -- Structure of singularities of Wightman-distributions and the Wilson-Zimmermann-expansion respectively
lightcone-expansion -- Conformal invariance in Minkowskian quantum field theory and global operator expansions -- On some massless superrenormalizàble and nonrenormalizable theories -- The locality condition in parafermi field theory
-- Bound state nature and deep inelastic structure functions -- The physical content of the statistical bootstrap and high energy hadron interaction -- Field theoretical approach to composite particle reactions -- Particles and bound
states and progress toward unitarity and scaling -- Field theory of relativistic strings -- Results and problems in irreversible statistical mechanics of open systems -- The Wightman axioms and the mass gap for weakly coupled (?4)3
quantum field theories -- Soluble models and the meaning of nonrenormalizability -- Bound states and asymptotic fields in model field theories -- Feynman propagators associated with the Veneziano model -- Dual string models and quantum
gravity -- Physical states satisfying supergauge conditions in dual resonance models -- The canonical quantization of a relativistic string -- Algebraic methods and quark structure -- Unitarity and asymptotic condition in a model with
dipole ghost -- Invariant gauge families inherent in Abelian-gauge field theory -- Space-time approach to anomalies in the Ward-Takahashi identities and implications in physical processes -- Dispersion approach to Ward-Takahashi
identities -- Renormalization of supersymmetric gauge theories -- Stochastic calculus -- Asymptotic properties of the spectral distributions of disordered systems -- A remark to Harris's theorem on percolation -- The ergodicity of the
motion of a particle in a potential field -- Ergodicity of some simple model systems of infinitely many particles -- New exact solutions of the classical Yang-Mills field equation -- Topology of Higgs fields -- Spontaneous breaking of
chiral symmetry in a vector-gluon model -- Quantum field-theoretical approach to spontaneously broken gauge invariance -- Reviews on axiomatic study of symmetry breaking -- Structure of renormalized Feynman amplitudes -- On the
regularization in the Callan-Symanzik equation -- The statistics of particles in local quantum theories -- Relaxation and fluctuation of macrovariables -- Holomorphic functions with a nonnegative imaginary part in the future tube --
Algebraic aspects of Wightman quantum field theory -- The infrared problem and non-fock representations of the canonical commutation relations -- Dynamical theories of Brownian motion -- Continuous representations of the test function
algebra and the existence problem for quantum fields -- Unbounded derivations of C* algebras -- A method for making relativistic non-quantum systems by constructing the Hamiltonian and the other nine generating functions -- An
algebraic approach to the theory of K-flows and K-entropy -- Symmetry restoration at finite temperature -- Critical behaviour of stationary random fields -- Phase transitions of continuous order -- Order of the phase transition related
to the degeneracy and interaction with proposal for an exact problem -- The Heisenberg model on the Cayley tree -- Generalized Gell-Mann and low group Transformations: Scaling variables and cross-over effects -- Generalizations and
applications of Callan-Symanzik equations to statistical mechanics in critical phenomena -- On the rigorous definition of superfluidity and superconductivity -- Variational problems and free boundary problems -- Uniqueness, analyticity
and decay properties of correlations in equilibrium systems -- On the propagation of support of solutions to general systems of partial differential equations -- Wave propagation in a non-linear lattice -- Quantization of non-linear
waves -- On the nonlinear diffusion equation of Kolmogorov-Petrovskii-Piskunov type -- Global solutions to the Broadwell's model of Boltzmann equation for a simple discrete velocity gas -- Scaling method for asymptotic evaluation in
nonequilibrium statistical mechanics -- Self-entrainment of a population of coupled non-linear oscillators -- Thermodynamic limit of non-equilibrium systems -- Equilibrium states and ergodic properties of infinite systems --
Variational principles for Markov processes and Onsager principle -- Functional averages in statistical physics -- On the validity of collective variable description of bose systems -- Equilibrium statistical mechanics of
one-dimensional classical lattice systems -- A look at the development of spectral and scattering theory in Japan -- On the Born-Oppenheimer approximation -- Abstract approaches to spectral and scattering theory, contributions from
Japan -- Eigenfunction expansions for differential operators with operator-valued coefficients and their applications to the Schrödinger operators with long-range potentials -- Asymptotic completeness in three-particle quantum
mechanical scattering -- Decay and asymptotics for wave equations with dissipative term -- Treatment of three body problems in coordinate space -- Links between decay properties of correlations and analyticity of the pressure and
correlation functions -- Linear response , stability , cluster properties -- Equilibrium and metastable states of classical systems -- Dynamical theories of Brownian motion -- Distribution of zeros and the equation of state -- New
theorems on algebraic equation and its application to statistical physics -- Operator-valued-measure approach to spectra of two-dimensional classical harmonic lattices -- Models for relativistic statistical mechanics -- Path integrals
in Riemannian manifolds -- Bose quantum field theory as an Ising ferromagnet: Recent developments
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Title:Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Theory of Groups Australian National University, August 13–24, 1973
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Date:1974
Size:1 online resource (746 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-21571-5
Contents:Periodic groups of odd exponent -- Einbettungseigenschaften von Normalteilern: Der Schluss vom Endlichen aufs Unendliche -- Characterisation of the groups with the Gaschütz cohomology property -- Finitely presented metabelian groups -- Some problem s on one-relator groups -- Computation in nilpotent groups (application) -- Between logic and group theory -- On the structure of blocks of characters of finite groups -- Transitivity-systems of certain one-relator groups -- Characteristic subgroups of fr ee groups -- Metabelian varieties of groups -- Subdirect product closed fitting classes -- On the rank of the intersection of subgroups of a fuchsian group -- Subgroups of binary relations -- The 2-adic representations of Klein's four group -- A general p urpose group theory program -- On the modular representations of the general linear and symmetric groups -- Words which give rise to another group operation for a given group -- Classes of finite soluble groups -- A note on blocks -- The
subgroup theorem for amalgamated free products, HNN-constructions and colimits -- Linear representations over principal ideal domains -- A property common to the Weyl and orthogonal groups -- Primitive extensions of maximal diameter of multiply tran sitive permutation groups -- Some characters of orthogonal groups over the field of two elements -- Type sets and admissible multiplications -- Power series and matrix representations of certain relatively free groups -- The nilpotency class of finitely g enerated groups of exponent four -- Hypocritical and sincere groups -- Sylow subgroups of locally finite groups -- A reidemeister-schreier program -- Non-nilpotent groups with normalizer condition -- The influence of 2-sylow intersections on the structure of finite simple groups -- Rank four configurations -- Some nonsimplicity criteria for finite groups -- Free subgroups of free topological groups -- Some questions in the theory of soluble groups -- Locally finite simple groups -- Normal
subgroups of groups of prime-power order -- Some related questions in the theory of groups and lie algebras -- Hanna Neumann's problems on varieties of groups -- Finite projective planes and sharply 2-transitive subsets of finite groups -- Non Eucli dean crystallographic groups -- On subnormality in soluble minimax groups -- Varieties generated by finite algebras -- Computing with finite simple groups -- Compact torsion groups -- Braid groups: A survey -- Two-bridge knots have residually finite group s -- Periodic automorphisms of the two-generator free group -- On groups of exponent four: A criterion for nonsolvability -- The topology of free products of topological groups -- Some groups I have known -- Transitive permutation groups of prime degree - - Ideals in the centre of a group ring -- A non-distributive metabelian variety lattice -- Polynomial maps -- Über Erzeugende Ebener Diskontinuierlicher Gruppen -- Contribution to the theory of abstract groups -- Sylow subgroups of finite
permutation groups -- On the Nielsen equivalence of pairs of generators in certain HNN groups -- The collineation groups of finite generalized hall planes -- Abelian groups with self-injective endomorphism rings -- Lattice isomorphisms and saturated formations of finite soluble groups -- Some reflections on HNN extensions -- Amalgames et points fixes -- Geometric characterizations in finite group theory -- Torsion-free metabelian groups with infinite cyclic quotient groups -- On the lie ring of a gr oup of prime exponent -- Computation in nilpotent groups (theory) -- On groups admitting an elementary Abelian automorphism group -- Varieties described by verbal subgroups -- A relation in free products -- A note on subsoluble groups -- On generalized so luble groups -- Finite groups with sylow 2-subgroups of type the alternating group of degree sixteen -- Problem section
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Title:Physics and Mathematics of the Nervous System Proceedings of a Summer School organized by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, and the Institute for Information Sciences, University of Tübingen, held at Trieste, August 21–31, 1973
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Date:1974
Size:1 online resource (586 p.)
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Contents:I Physics and Mathematics in the Biological Context -- Catastrophe Geometry in Physics and Biology -- Some Limitations Affecting Physics and Mathematics as Applied to Biology and Especially to the Nervous System -- II Molecule and
Brain -- An Integral Physico-chemical Model for Bioexcitability -- Molecular Information Processing in the Central Nervous System -- Discrete and Continuous Processes in Computers and Brains -- III Cellular and Sensory Biophysics --
Postsynaptic Cell Characteristics Determining Membrane Potential Changes -- Limitations to Single-photon Sensitivity in Vision -- Visual Sensitivity -- Detection of Form and Pattern by Retinal Neurones -- Auditory Processing in the
Nervous System -- IV Network Physiology -- Neural Networks and the Brain -- Cerebellar Morphology and Physiology: Introductory Remarks -- Can Neurons Develop Responses to Objects? -- On the Representation of Objects and Their Relations
in the Brain -- Report on the Discussion Group on “Living Neural Nets” -- V Artificial Intelligence and Natural Behavior -- Complexity of Automata, Brains, and Behavior -- Model Neuron Based on the Josephson Effect -- Adequate
Locomotion Strategies for an Abstract Organism in an Abstract Environment - A Relational Approach to Brain Function -- The Artificial Intelligence/Psychology Approach to the Study of the Brain and Nervous System -- VI Molecular and
Modifiable Automata -- Cellular Automata -- On Turing Machines with Modifications -- Chemical Automata in Homogeneous and Reaction-Diffusion Kinetics -- Molecular Automata -- Structural and Dynamical Redundancy -- Modifiable Automata
with Tolerance: A Model of Learning -- VII The Approach From Information Theory -- Redundancy and Perception -- Sensory Coding and Economy of Nerve Impulses -- An Algorithmic Approach to Information Theory -- Information Theory and
Learning in Biology: Summary of the Workgroup Sessions -- VIII Dynamical and Chemical Systems -- Mathematical Models and Bifurcation Theory in Biology -- Biochemical Kinetics -- Geometrical Aspects of the Pseudo Steady State Hypothesis
in Enzyme Reactions -- A Synthetic Approach to Exotic Kinetics (With Examples) -- Concluding Remarks
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Title:TOPO 72 — General Topology and its Applications Second Pittsburgh International Conference December 18–22, 1972
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Date:1974
Size:1 online resource (656 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0068455
Contents:The works of J. de groot -- Topologies induced by banch function spaces -- Some properties involving base axioms and metrizability -- On ?-embedded sets in topological spaces -- Some applications of pointwise collectionwise normality -- Algebraic co mpactness and its relations to topology -- Spaces with a G?-diagonal -- On the theory of Hilbert cube manifolds -- The hyperspace of subcontinua of a peano continuum -- On Stone-Weierstrass spaces -- Coincidence of small and large inductive dimension -- B asic refinements of the category of uniform spaces -- Sequential spaces and quasi-perfect mappings -- Expansions of mappings -- Vector lattices of uniformly continuous functions and some categorical methods in uniform spaces -- Metrization of closed image s of metric spaces -- Representation of spaces -- Some remarks on extension theorems in monotonically normal spaces -- A dozen small uncountable cardinals -- Limit-operators and reflective subcategories -- On perfect images of ordinals --
Shape theory and topological groups -- On countably paracompact spaces -- A universal one-dimensional metric space -- Ordinals and paracompactness in ordered spaces -- Another inductive dimension -- Regular maps and metrization -- Special bases for topological spaces -- A characterization of compact scattered spaces through chain limits (chain compact spaces) -- Recent results on E-compact spaces -- Recent developments of general topology in Japan -- Some recent developments on repletions and stone- ?ech compactifications of O-dimensional spaces -- Development classes: An approach to perfectness, reflectiveness and extension problems -- An axiomatic characterization of covering dimension in metrizable spaces -- The p-adic topology on Abelian groups - - On completeness conditions and the baire property in moore spaces -- Adequacy in topology and uniform spaces -- Complete uniform spaces -- Very flat spaces of continuous functions -- Inverse limits and near-homeomorphism techniques in
hyperspace problems -- A simple topological proof that the underlying set functor for compact spaces is monadic -- Note on a problem of Katetov -- A 3-dimensional absolute retract -- On the theorem of Morita and Hanai, and Stone -- Some recent resul ts on expandable spaces -- On characterizations of perfect morphisms and epireflective hulls -- P-points in ?N-N, normal non-metrizable moore spaces, and other problems of hausdorff -- Strong O-dimensionality of certain n-compact spaces -- Free topologica l groups -- Extensions of integer-valued maps and N-compact spaces -- Some recent results in the theory of [a,b]-compactness -- Topological spaces that are ?-favorable for a player with perfect information -- Completeness and topologically uniformizing st ructures -- A technique for reducing certain covers on certain L.O.T.S. and their products -- Filter space monads, regularity, completions -- Directed ?-structures and ?-compact spaces -- On covering and countable covering conditions
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Title:Proceedings of an international conference on Dynamic Crack Propagation
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Date:1973
Size:1 online resource (721 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-9253-1
Contents:I Micro-fracture -- Wave fractographic investigations of brittle fracture dynamics -- Void growth during spall fracture of aluminum monocrystals -- Statistical criteria for microcrack propagation in b.c.c. polycrystals -- Flat
fracture propagation in mild steel: some comments on the role of plastic deformation processes -- II Brittle materials and glass -- The small-scale test and its application to fracture propagation problems -- Brittle crack growth under
uniaxial compression -- Crack propagation and fracture of rock specimens loaded in compression -- Controlling crack growth in rock -- On the theory of fracture of a brittle body by explosion -- III Ductile materials -- Strength of
adhesive bonds—plastic and viscoelastic effects -- Experimental studies of the unstable phase of crack propagation in metals and polymers -- An analysis of shear fracture propagation in gas pipelines -- The mechanical behavior in
tension and fracture characteristics of stainless steel thin rolled foils -- Dynamic crack propagation studies in polymers -- Deformation of PMMA at high rates of strain -- Crack velocity measurements in the toughness testing of
polymers -- The fracture mechanics of crazes -- Accelerating crack in a viscoelastic solid subject to subcritical stress intensity -- IV Dynamic crack models -- 1. The relation between increase in crack-arrest temperature and decrease
of stress wave attenuation by material embrittlement -- A macroscopic dynamic theory of stability and instability of cracks under impulsive loading -- Fracture and dislocation dynamics -- Cohesive force and unsteady propagation of a
longitudinalshear crack -- The dynamics of crack propagation in double cantilever beam specimens -- A simple model of dynamic cleavage -- V Continuum experiments -- Recent work on the relations between stress pulses and fracture -- An
experimental investigation of the velocity characteristics of a fixed boundary fracture model -- Practical applications of crack-branching measurements -- Crack acceleration -- On the propagation direction of bifurcated cracks -- VI
Analytical crack problems -- On dynamic crack propagation in elastic—plastic media -- Elastic displacements due to a propagating crack in an infinite medium an exact solution -- Torsional wave scattering about a penny-shaped crack
lying on a bimaterial interface -- On quasistatic and dynamic fracture -- A transient crack problem for an infinite strip under antiplane shear -- The motion of a crack in an elastic solid subjected to general loading -- VII Structures
-- Recent studies on brittle crack propagation in Japan -- Dynamic fracture of composite materials -- The dynamic fracture behavior of Borsic—Al composites -- Supersonic crack propagation in ionic crystals induced by strong laser
pulses -- The growth law for crack propagation under shock conditions -- A preliminary study of fast fracture and arrest in the DCB test specimen -- Crack propagation and arrest in impacted plates -- A numerical model for plugging
failure -- Theoretical and experimental predictions of influence of the machine and initial crack length on fracture propagation and arrest -- The buckling failure modes of rods with large length-to-diameter ratios impacting rigid
plates
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Title:Modular Functions of One Variable I Proceedings International Summer School University of Antwerp, RUCA July 17–August 3, 1972
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Date:1973
Size:1 online resource (195 p.)
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Contents:Survey of Modular Functions of One Variable -- Complex Multiplication -- Modular Forms of Half Integral Weight -- The Basis Problem for Modular Forms and the Traces of the Hecke Operators -- Class-Numbers of Complex Quadratic Fields -- Some Calcula tions of Modular Relations -- On the Aq (?) ? Bq (?) Conjecture
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Title:Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics September 15–19, 1970 University of California, Berkeley
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Date:1971
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource (467 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-05407-3
Contents:On the group classification of difference schemes for systems of equations in gas dynamics -- Numerical integration of the Euler-equations for three-dimensional unsteady flows -- The computation of supersonic flow fields about
wing-body combinations by “shock-capturing” finite difference techniques -- Finite difference scheme for calculating problems in three space dimensions and time -- Foundation of approximate solutions -- Flag: A free-Lagrange method for
numerically simulating hydrodynamic flows in two dimensions -- Difference methods for hyperbolic equations using space and time split difference operators of third order accuracy -- A new direct method for the discretized Poisson
equation -- Initial conditions and imbedded shocks in the numerical analysis of transonic flows -- Traitement Numerique D'un Problems De Magnetohydrodynamique -- Computation of laminar recirculating flow between shrouded rotating discs
-- Some semi-analytical methods in numerical fluid dynamics -- Laminar flows past a flat plate at various angles of attack -- Inclusion of turbulence effects in numerical fluid dynamics -- Accurate numerical methods for boundary layer
flows I. Two dimensional laminar flows -- The reduction of the Stefan problem to tbe solution of an ordinary differential equation -- Discretization of boundary conditions on moving discontinuities -- “The viscous flow around a
circular cylinder” -- A numerical study of buoyancy driven flows in room enclosures -- The structure of the laminar boundary layer under a potential vortex -- Exact numerical solutions for three-dimensional boundary layers -- Higher
order effects in laminar boundary layer theory for curved surfaces -- Finite-difference methods for solving the boundary layer equations with second-order accuracy -- Numerical solution of the interaction of a shock wave with a laminar
boundary layer -- A numerical solution of the planar supersonic near-wake with its error analysis -- Boundary-layer separation at a free streamline finite difference calculations -- Computational meshes for boundary layer problems --
Error bounds in boundary layer theory -- Time-dependent calculation method for transonic nozzle flows -- Generalized relaxation methods applied to problems in transonic flow -- Solution of the transonic potential equation using a mixed
finite difference system -- The calculation of high subsonic flow past bodies by the method of integral relations -- The calculation of hydrodynamic forces with tangential discontinuities -- Some results of calculations of flows around
conical bodies at large incidence angles -- The computation of general problems in one dimensional unsteady flow by the method of characteristics -- Stability and accuracy studies on a second-order method of characteristics scheme for
three-dimensional, steady, supersonic flow -- Subcritical flows over two dimensional airfoils by a multistrip method of integral relations -- On the calculation of gas flows with secondary floating shocks -- Motion of a shock wave
through a nonuniform fluid -- Non-linear analysis of the shock profile in difference schemes -- Shock wave structure by several new modeled Boltzmann equations -- Computational aspects of the turbulence problem -- Two-dimensional
turbulence and atmospheric predictability -- A heuristic approach to three-dimensional boundary layers -- Numerical simulation of transition and turbulence in plane Poiseuille flow -- Heuristic analysis of convective finite difference
techniques -- The conical wing in hypersonic flow -- Calcul des Ecoulements d'un Fluide Visqueux Incompressibile -- A numerical method for calculating the initial flow past a cylinder in a viscous fluid -- An arbitrary
Lagrangian-Eulerian computing technique -- Computation of viscous flow in a channel by the method of splitting -- Study of vortex flows at high swirl by an integral method using exponentials -- Recent extensions to the marker-and-cell
method For incompressible fluid flows -- A numerical study of time-dependent rotating flow in a cylindrical container at low and moderate Reynolds numbers -- Methodes numeriques pour l'ecoulemient stationnaire d'un fluide rigide
visco-plastique incompressible -- Numerical analysis and modeling of slip flows at very high mach numbers -- Some numerical solutions of unsteady free surface wave problems using the Lagrangian description of the flow -- Numerical
solution of the non-linear problems of unsteady flows in open channels -- Incompressible calculations of underwater explosion phenomena -- The digital simulation of water waves — An evaluation of SUMMAC -- LINC method extensions -- An
exact numerical solution of the solitary wave -- Numerical calculation of fluid flows at arbitrary mach number -- Implicit solution of creeping flows, with application to continental drift -- The numerical solution of unsteady free
surface flows by conformal mapping
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Title:Literature 1969, Part 2
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Date:1970
Size:1 online resource (516 p.)
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Contents:Abbreviations -- Periodicals, Proceedings, Books, Activities -- 001 Periodicals -- 002 Bibliographical Publications -- 003 Books -- 004 History of Astronomy, Chronology -- 005 Biography -- 006 Personal Notes -- 007 Obituaries -- 008
Observatories, Institutes -- 009 Notes on Observatories, Planetaria, and Exhibitions -- 010 Societies, Associations, Organizations -- 011 Reports on Colloquia, Congresses, Meetings, Symposia, and Expeditions -- 012 Proceedings of
Colloquia, Congresses, Meetings, and Symposia -- 013 Reports on Astronomy in Various Countries and Particular Fields, International Cooperation -- 014 Teaching in Astronomy -- 015 Miscellanea -- Applied Mathematics, Physics -- 021
Mathematics, Computing, Machine Programs -- 022 Physical Papers Related to Astronomy and Astrophysics -- Instruments and Astronomical Techniques -- 031 Optics, Methods of Observation and Reduction -- 032 Astronomical Instruments -- 033
Radio Telescopes and Equipment -- 034 Astronomical Accessories -- 035 Clocks and Frequency Standards -- 036 Photographic Auxiliaries -- Positional Astronomy. Celestial Mechanics -- 041 Positional Astronomy, Star Catalogues and Atlases
-- 042 Celestial Mechanics -- 043 Astronomical Constants -- 044 Time, Rotation of the Earth -- 045 Latitude Determination, Polar Motion -- 046 Geodetic Astronomy, Navigation -- 047 Ephemerides, Almanacs, Calendars -- Space Research --
051 Extraterrestric Research, Spaceflight Related to Astronomy -- 052 Astrodynamics and Navigation of Space Vehicles -- 053 Lunar and Planetary Probes and Satellites -- 054 Artificial Earth Satellites -- 055 Observations of Earth
Satellites, Lunar and Planetary Probes -- Theoretical Astrophysics -- 061 General Theoretical Problems of Astrophysics, Gravitational Instability, Neutrino Astronomy, X Ray- and Gamma Ray-Astronomy, Frequency and Origin of Elements,
etc -- 062 Magneto-Hydrodynamics, Plasma -- 063 Radiative Transfer -- 064 Stellar Atmospheres, Stellar Envelopes -- 065 Stellar Structure, Stellar Evolution, Stellar Nucleosynthesis -- 066 Relativistic Astrophysics (without Cosmology),
Background Radiation, Gravitation Theory -- Sun -- 071 Solar Photosphere, Spectrum -- 072 Sunspots, Faculae, Solar Activity -- 073 Solar Chromosphere, Flares, Prominences -- 074 Solar Corona, Solar Wind -- 075 Solar Patrol -- 076 Solar
UV, X Rays, Gamma Radiation -- 077 Solar Radio Radiation -- 078 Solar Cosmic Radiation -- 079 Solar Eclipses -- 080 Solar Figure, Internal Constitution, Rotation, Miscellanea -- Earth -- 081 Figure, Composition, and Gravity of the
Earth -- 082 The Earth’s Atmosphere including Refraction, Scintillation, Extinction, Airglow, Site Testing -- 083 Ionosphere -- 084 Aurorae, Geomagnetic Field, Radiation Belts -- 085 Solar-Terrestrial Relations -- Planetary System --
091 Physics of the Planetary System (Planetary Atmospheres, Figure, Interior, Magnetic Fields, Rotation, etc) -- 092 Mercury -- 093 Venus -- 094 Moon -- 095 Lunar Eclipses -- 096 Lunar Occultations -- 097 Mars -- 098 Minor Planets --
099 Jupiter -- 100 Saturn -- 101 Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Transplutonian Planet -- 102 Comets -- 103 Comets: Listed Objects -- 104 Meteors, Meteor Streams -- 105 Meteorites, Meteorite Craters -- 106 Interplanetary Matter, Interplanetary
Magnetic Field, Zodiacal Light -- 107 Cosmogony of the Planetary System -- Stars -- 111 Stellar Parallaxes -- 112 Proper Motions, Radial Velocities, Space Motions -- 113 Stellar Magnitudes, Colors, Photometry -- 114 Stellar Spectra,
Temperatures, Spectroscopy -- 115 Stellar Luminosities, Masses, Diameters, HR-Diagrams and Others -- 116 Stellar Magnetic Field, Figure, Rotation -- 117 Binary and Multiple Stars, Theory -- 118 Visual Binaries -- 119 Spectroscopic
Binaries -- 120 Variable Stars: Catalogues, Ephemerides, Miscellanea -- 121 Eclipsing Variables -- 122 Physical Variables, Flare Stars, Pulsation Theory. -- 123 Variable Stars: Lists of Observations, Individual Observations -- 124
Novae -- 125 Supernovae, Supernova Remnants -- 126 Low-luminosity Stars, Subdwarfs, White Dwarfs -- Interstellar Matter, Gaseous Nebulae, Planetary Nebulae -- 131 Interstellar Space, Interstellar Matter, Polarization of Starlight --
132 Emission Nebulae, Reflection Nebulae -- 133 Planetary Nebulae -- 134 Crab Nebula -- Radio Sources, Quasars, Pulsars, X Ray-, Gamma Ray-Sources, Cosmic Radiation -- 141 Radio Sources, Quasars, Pulsars -- 142 X Ray-, Gamma
Ray-Sources -- 143 Cosmic Radiation -- Stellar Systems -- 151 Kinematics and Dynamics of Stellar Systems -- 152 Stellar Associations -- 153 Galactic Clusters -- 154 Globular Clusters -- 155 Structure and Evolution of the Galaxy -- 156
Galactic Magnetic Field -- 157 Galactic Radio Radiation -- 158 Single and Multiple Galaxies -- 159 Magellanic Clouds -- 160 Clusters of Galaxies -- 161 Intergalactic Matter -- 162 Structure and Evolution of the Universe, Cosmology --
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