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Goaloriented atomisticcontinuum adaptivity for the quasicontinuum approximation
 International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering
"... Abstract. We give a goaloriented a posteriori error estimator for the atomisticcontinuum modeling error in the quasicontinuum method, and we use this estimator to design an adaptive algorithm to compute a quantity of interest to a given tolerance by using a nearly minimal number of atomistic degre ..."
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Abstract. We give a goaloriented a posteriori error estimator for the atomisticcontinuum modeling error in the quasicontinuum method, and we use this estimator to design an adaptive algorithm to compute a quantity of interest to a given tolerance by using a nearly minimal number of atomistic
Approximation Techniques for Nonlinear Problems with Continuum of Solutions
 In: Proceedings of The 5th International Symposium on Abstraction, Reformulation and Approximation (SARA’2002
, 2002
"... Most of the working solvers for numerical constraint satisfaction problems (NCSPs) are designed to delivering pointwise solutions with an arbitrary accuracy. When there is a continuum of feasible points this might lead to prohibitively verbose representations of the output. In many practical applic ..."
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, can still be proposed for NCSPs with continuum of solutions. We present a technique for constructing concise inner and outer approximations as unions of interval boxes. The proposed technique combines a new splitting strategy with the extreme vertex representation of orthogonal polyhedra [1
Predicting the Drape of Woven Cloth Using Interacting Particles
, 1994
"... We demonstrate a physicallybased technique for predicting the drape of a wide variety of woven fabrics. The approach exploits a theoretical model that explicitly represents the microstructure of woven cloth with interacting particles, rather than utilizing a continuum approximation. By testing a cl ..."
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We demonstrate a physicallybased technique for predicting the drape of a wide variety of woven fabrics. The approach exploits a theoretical model that explicitly represents the microstructure of woven cloth with interacting particles, rather than utilizing a continuum approximation. By testing a
A survey of deformable modeling in computer graphics
, 1997
"... This paper presents a survey of the work done in modeling deformable objects within the computer graphics research community. The research has a long history and a wide variety of approaches have been used. This paper organizes the diversity of research by the technique used rather than by the appli ..."
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by the application, although applications are discussed throughout. This paper presents some purely geometric approaches for modeling deformable objects, but focuses on physically based approaches. In the latter category are massspring models, nite element models, approximate continuum models, and low degree
An approximative approach to construction of the Glauber dynamics in continuum
, 2011
"... We develop a new approach for the construction of the Glauber dynamics in continuum. Existence of the corresponding strongly continuous contraction semigroup in a proper Banach space is shown. Additionally we present the finite and infinitevolume approximations of the semigroup by families of bou ..."
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We develop a new approach for the construction of the Glauber dynamics in continuum. Existence of the corresponding strongly continuous contraction semigroup in a proper Banach space is shown. Additionally we present the finite and infinitevolume approximations of the semigroup by families
Diffusion approximation for equilibrium Kawasaki dynamics in continuum
, 2007
"... A Kawasaki dynamics in continuum is a dynamics of an infinite system of interacting particles in R d which randomly hop over the space. In this paper, we deal with an equilibrium Kawasaki dynamics which has a Gibbs measure µ as invariant measure. We study a diffusive limit of such a dynamics, derive ..."
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A Kawasaki dynamics in continuum is a dynamics of an infinite system of interacting particles in R d which randomly hop over the space. In this paper, we deal with an equilibrium Kawasaki dynamics which has a Gibbs measure µ as invariant measure. We study a diffusive limit of such a dynamics
L2 Approximation of Atomic Continuum Wave Functions
, 1994
"... The approximation of atomic continuum wave function by an L2 basis set has been studied using the Slatertype orbitals. The numerical continuum wave function is fitted to analytical basis functions with the leastsquares method. It is shown that for lowenergy electrons and for small radial distance ..."
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The approximation of atomic continuum wave function by an L2 basis set has been studied using the Slatertype orbitals. The numerical continuum wave function is fitted to analytical basis functions with the leastsquares method. It is shown that for lowenergy electrons and for small radial
Discrete approximations to continuum optimal flow problems
, 2006
"... Problems in partial differential equations with inequality constraints can be used to describe a continuum analog to various optimal flow/cut problems. While general concepts from convex optimization (like duality) carry over into continuum problems, the application of ideas and algorithms from lin ..."
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Problems in partial differential equations with inequality constraints can be used to describe a continuum analog to various optimal flow/cut problems. While general concepts from convex optimization (like duality) carry over into continuum problems, the application of ideas and algorithms from
Relativistic Continuum Random Phase Approximation in Spherical Nuclei
"... 2. Univ.Prof. Dr. W. Weise Die Dissertation wurde am 15.09.2009 bei der Technischen Universität München eingereicht Covariant density functional theory is used to analyze the nuclear response in the external multipole fields. The investigations are based on modern functionals with zero range and de ..."
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and density dependent coupling constants. After a selfconsistent solution of the Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) equations for the nuclear ground states multipole giant resonances are studied within the Relativistic Random Phase Approximation (RRPA), the small amplitude limit of the timedependent RMF
Resonant continuum in the HartreeFock+BCS approximation
, 1998
"... A method for incorporating the effect of the resonant continuum into HartreeFock+BCS equations is proposed. This method is implemented for a Skyrme force in the mean field part and for a pairing interaction of seniority type. As an example the influence of the width of resonant states on the pairin ..."
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A method for incorporating the effect of the resonant continuum into HartreeFock+BCS equations is proposed. This method is implemented for a Skyrme force in the mean field part and for a pairing interaction of seniority type. As an example the influence of the width of resonant states
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