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Wireless mesh networks: a survey
 COMPUTER NETWORKS
, 2005
"... Wireless meshnet8Ex8 (WMNs)consist of meshrout6L and meshclient8 where meshroutfix have minimal mobilit and formtr backbone of WMNs. They provide netide access for bot mesh andconvent1)fi8 clientt TheintL gratLfl of WMNs wit ot8 net8866 such as t1Int6fiPx1 cellular, IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15, IEEE 8 ..."
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. Allrl rl KedI78 Wireless meshnet186flfl Ad hocnet8jEES Wireless sensornetor16fl Medium accessconts1fi Routs1 prots1fiS Transport protspor ScalabilitS Securiti Powermanagement andcontfi8fl Timingsynchronizat ion 13891286/$  seefront matt # 2004 Elsevier B.V. Allright reserved. doi:10....
The Immersed Interface Method for Elliptic Equations with Discontinuous Coefficients and Singular Sources
 SIAM J. Num. Anal
, 1994
"... Abstract. The authors develop finite difference methods for elliptic equations of the form V. ((x)Vu(x)) + (x)u(x) f(x) in a region in one or two space dimensions. It is assumed that gt is a simple region (e.g., a rectangle) and that a uniform rectangular grid is used. The situation is studied in wh ..."
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Abstract. The authors develop finite difference methods for elliptic equations of the form V. ((x)Vu(x)) + (x)u(x) f(x) in a region in one or two space dimensions. It is assumed that gt is a simple region (e.g., a rectangle) and that a uniform rectangular grid is used. The situation is studied
Dynamics of an expanding circular fault
 Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am
, 1976
"... We study a plane circular model of a frictional fault using numerical methods. The model is dynamic since we specify the effective stress at the fault. In one model we assume that the fault appears instantaneously in the medium; in another, that the rupture nucleates at the center and that rupture p ..."
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to the final source radius, a, by Oo s = 0.21 fl/a. The corner frequency of P waves is larger than v0 s by an average factor of 1.5.
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"... Did German fl ying bombs really target the poorer areas of London—or did the poor people underneath them just think that they did? How many millions of dollars will the current remake of King Kong really gross? Oh, and how many taxis are there in London? The human mind can make very good guesses, i ..."
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by German V1 fl ying bombs and V2 rockets. The locations at which they landed seemed to cluster in poorer parts of the city, and there was a widespread belief that these areas were being specifi cally targeted. After the war, the locations where the fl ying bombs fell were subjected to statistical
Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods for Compressible Fluid Flows
 SIAM J. Sci. Comput
"... this paper is to discuss the a posteriori error analysis and adaptive mesh design for discontinuous Galerkin finite element approximations to systems of conservation laws. In Section 2, we introduce the model problem and formulate its discontinuous Galerkin finite element approximation. Section 3 is ..."
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polyhedral domain fl in lI n, n _> 1, with boundary 0fl, we consider the following problem: find u: fl > lI m, m _> 1, such that div(u) = 0 in , (2.1) where, ,: m __> mxn is continuously differentiable. We assume that the system of conservation laws (2.1) may be supplemented by appropriate
Sharp LiebThirring Inequalities In High Dimensions
 Acta Math
, 1999
"... . We show how a matrix version of the BuslaevFaddeevZakharov trace formulae for a onedimensional Schrodinger operator leads to LiebThirring inequalities with sharp constants L cl fl;d with fl 3=2 and arbitrary d 1. 0. INTRODUCTION Let us consider a Schrodinger operator in L 2 (R d ) \Del ..."
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) \Delta + V ; (0.1) where V is a realvalued function. In [22] Lieb and Thirring proved that if fl ? max(0; 1  d=2), then there exist universal constants L fl;d satisfying 1 tr (\Delta + V) fl  L fl;d Z R d V fl+ d 2  (x) dx : (0.2) In the critical case d 3 and fl = 0 the bound (0
The grammaticalization of V1conditionals in Swedish and German
"... Accounts of syntactic reanalysis commonly posit a historical scenario in which a construction could be parsed in two different ways (Harris and Campbell 1995: 61). When the grammaticalization of that construction predates available resources, it is often necessary to stipulate a plausible context i ..."
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in which reanalysis could have taken place. As a case in point, verbinitial conditional clauses in Swedish and German are already attested in the earliest available corpus data. A Swedish example from the 15th century is shown in (1). (1) Haffwer hon onth effter barn byrdh tha siwde grabo i watn has
Limits Of Highly Oscillatory Controls And The Approximation Of General Paths By Admissible Trajectories
, 1991
"... We describe sufficient conditions, extending earlier work by Kurzweil and Jarnik, for a sequence of inputs u j = (u j 1 ; : : : ; u j m ) 2 L 1 ([0; T ]; IR m ) to be such that, for every mtuple (f 1 ; : : : ; f m ) of smooth vector fields, the trajectories of x(t) = P m k=1 u j k (t)f ..."
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)f k (x(t)) converge to those of an "extended system" x(t) = P r k=1 v k (t)f k (x(t)), where the new vector fields fm+1 ; : : : ; f r are Lie brackets of the original f k 's. Using these conditions, we can solve the inverse problem: given a trajectory fl of the extended system, find
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"... 1 Introduction The Crystal Barrel Vertex Detector presently at CERN, Div. PPE, Gen`eve; email: Christian.Regenfus@cern.ch CBNote 306 C. Regenfus Sektion Physik, Universitat Munchen, D85748 Garching September 20, 1996 a singlesidedstrip detector with backplane readout for fast trigger applicat ..."
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applications The Crystal Barrel Detector [1] was designed for a complete reconstruction of and annihilation events. The final state particles are mainly pions, kaons and 's in typical momentum ranges between 0.1 . . . 1 GeV/c. Photons are detected in the 1380 CsI crystals of the electromagnetic
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