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percolation theory
"... An approach is formulated which permits to analyze ACsusceptibility data at various amplitudes ft in terms of the percolation theory. The relative superconducting volume u ( i') and the lraction ofsuperconducting contacts p ( f, ft) are the main variables of the problem. The whole set of curve ..."
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An approach is formulated which permits to analyze ACsusceptibility data at various amplitudes ft in terms of the percolation theory. The relative superconducting volume u ( i') and the lraction ofsuperconducting contacts p ( f, ft) are the main variables of the problem. The whole set
Percolation theory
, 2008
"... Percolation as a mathematical theory was introduced by Broadbent and Hammersley [4], as a stochastic way of modeling the flow of a fluid or gas through a porous medium of small channels ..."
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Percolation as a mathematical theory was introduced by Broadbent and Hammersley [4], as a stochastic way of modeling the flow of a fluid or gas through a porous medium of small channels
A note on percolation theory
, 1982
"... In percolation theory the critical probability P, ( G) of an infinite connected graph G is defined as the supremum of those values of the occupation probability for which only finite clusters occur. An interesting question is the following: is each number between 0 and 1 the critical probability of ..."
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In percolation theory the critical probability P, ( G) of an infinite connected graph G is defined as the supremum of those values of the occupation probability for which only finite clusters occur. An interesting question is the following: is each number between 0 and 1 the critical probability
A Novel Percolation Theory for High Temperature Superconductors
, 2002
"... We present a percolation theory for the highT ..."
Closing the gap in the capacity of wireless networks via percolation theory
 IEEE TRANS. INFORMATION THEORY
, 2007
"... An achievable bit rate per source–destination pair in a wireless network of � randomly located nodes is determined adopting the scaling limit approach of statistical physics. It is shown that randomly scattered nodes can achieve, with high probability, the same Ia � � transmission rate of arbitrari ..."
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of an underlying percolation model. If nodes are allowed to transmit over large distances, then paths of connected nodes that cross the entire network area can be easily found, but these generate excessive interference. If nodes transmit over short distances, then such crossing paths do not exist. Percolation
An application of percolation theory to political science
"... First we would like to explain Percolation theory, and then we refer to the possibility of the application of this theory to political science. There are two kinds of percolation, site percolation and bond percolation. Here we explain them in twodimensional square lattices (Stauffer & Aharony 1 ..."
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First we would like to explain Percolation theory, and then we refer to the possibility of the application of this theory to political science. There are two kinds of percolation, site percolation and bond percolation. Here we explain them in twodimensional square lattices (Stauffer & Aharony
Critical Phenomena in Percolation Theory
, 2005
"... In this paper, the critical behavior of the percolation models is reviewed, with emphasis on the scaling laws present and its relationship with other simple models like the Ising magnet. A liitle bit of the history and some examples of its application are given to illustrate the range of phenomena ..."
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In this paper, the critical behavior of the percolation models is reviewed, with emphasis on the scaling laws present and its relationship with other simple models like the Ising magnet. A liitle bit of the history and some examples of its application are given to illustrate the range
Uniqueness and nonuniqueness in percolation theory
, 2005
"... Abstract: This paper is an uptodate introduction to the problem of uniqueness versus nonuniqueness of infinite clusters for percolation on Z d and, more generally, on transitive graphs. For iid percolation on Z d, uniqueness of the infinite cluster is a classical result, while on certain other tr ..."
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Abstract: This paper is an uptodate introduction to the problem of uniqueness versus nonuniqueness of infinite clusters for percolation on Z d and, more generally, on transitive graphs. For iid percolation on Z d, uniqueness of the infinite cluster is a classical result, while on certain other
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