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W) FIRST ORDER VARIATION OF THE DISPERSION FUNCTION WITH PARTICLE ENERGY DEVIATION*
, 1984
"... The variation of the dispersion function with the particle energy deviation can presently be calculated from second order transfer matrices (l121; its periodic solution is determined numerically. The general differential equations for the dispersion function deduced from the complete equation of mo ..."
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The variation of the dispersion function with the particle energy deviation can presently be calculated from second order transfer matrices (l121; its periodic solution is determined numerically. The general differential equations for the dispersion function deduced from the complete equation
W) VARIATION OF THE DAMPING PARTITION NUMBERS WITH PARTICLE ENERGY DEVIATION*
, 1984
"... Until now, calculation of the rates of change of the damping partition numbers(‘~21 with particle energy took into account only the effects of quadrupole fieldst31. It has been foundt41, however, by tracking particles(5) in the LEP Electron Positron Accumulato#l that the actual variation of the dam ..."
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Until now, calculation of the rates of change of the damping partition numbers(‘~21 with particle energy took into account only the effects of quadrupole fieldst31. It has been foundt41, however, by tracking particles(5) in the LEP Electron Positron Accumulato#l that the actual variation
Effective Energy Function for Proteins in Solution
, 1999
"... A Gaussian solventexclusion model for the solvation free energy is developed. It is based on theoretical considerations and parametrized with experimental data. When combined with the CHARMM 19 polar hydrogen energy function, it provides an effective energy function (EEF1) for proteins in solution. ..."
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A Gaussian solventexclusion model for the solvation free energy is developed. It is based on theoretical considerations and parametrized with experimental data. When combined with the CHARMM 19 polar hydrogen energy function, it provides an effective energy function (EEF1) for proteins in solution
A New Class of Upper Bounds on the Log Partition Function
 In Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence
, 2002
"... Bounds on the log partition function are important in a variety of contexts, including approximate inference, model fitting, decision theory, and large deviations analysis [11, 5, 4]. We introduce a new class of upper bounds on the log partition function, based on convex combinations of distribution ..."
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Bounds on the log partition function are important in a variety of contexts, including approximate inference, model fitting, decision theory, and large deviations analysis [11, 5, 4]. We introduce a new class of upper bounds on the log partition function, based on convex combinations
LARGE DEVIATIONS AND RANDOM ENERGY MODELS
 SUBMITTED TO THE ANNALS OF APPLIED PROBABILITY
, 2008
"... A unified treatment for the existence of free energy in several random energy models is presented. If the sequence of distributions associated with the particle systems obeys a large deviation principle, then the free energy exists almost surely. This includes all the known cases as well as some hea ..."
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A unified treatment for the existence of free energy in several random energy models is presented. If the sequence of distributions associated with the particle systems obeys a large deviation principle, then the free energy exists almost surely. This includes all the known cases as well as some
Deviations From LowEnergy Theorem For
"... this paper. A discussion of such a problem, as well as a comparison of scattering amplitudes calculated here with those obtained e.g. in the model of Ref. 22 would deserve a separate treatment. ..."
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this paper. A discussion of such a problem, as well as a comparison of scattering amplitudes calculated here with those obtained e.g. in the model of Ref. 22 would deserve a separate treatment.
The ultrawide bandwidth indoor channel: from statistical model to simulations
 IEEE J. SEL. AREAS COMMUN
, 2002
"... We establish a statistical model for the ultrawide bandwidth (UWB) indoor channel based on an extensive measurement campaign in a typical modern office building with 2ns delay resolution. The approach is based on the investigation of the statistical properties of the multipath profiles measured i ..."
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scale statistics of path energy gains follow Gamma distributions whose parameters are truncated Gaussian variables with mean values and standard deviations decreasing with delay. The total received energy experiences a lognormal shadowing around the mean energy given by the pathloss power law. We also find
Deviation of Cup and Propeller Anemometer Calibration Results with Air Density
, 2012
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