Results 1  10
of
4,296
VectorCM Stable Equilibrium Analysis
 IEEE Signal Processing Letters
, 2000
"... The vectorconstant modulus (VCM) criterion is an extension of the constant modulus (CM) criterion [2] introduced recently for equalization of channels involving Gaussian sources [1], [5]. In this letter, we analyze the behavior of VCM for arbitrary source distributions and combined channelreceiver ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
continue by providing conditions for noisefree channels, under which VCM admits stable minima corresponding to zeroforcing (ZF) channel receivers. We find that for subGaussian sources, the VCM and CM criteria share the same global minima. For Gaussian and superGaussian sources, however, it appears
3. THEOREMS RELATED TO THE STABLEEQUILIBRIUM POSTULATE
, 1975
"... Part H of this threepart paper presents ome of the most important heorems that can be deduced from the four postulates of the unified theory discussed in Part L In Part IIa, it is shown that the maximum energy that can be extracted adiabatically from any system in any state is solely a function of ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
of the density operator ~ associated with the state. Moreover, it is shown that for any state of a system, noneqmTibrium, equilibrium or stable equilibrium, a unique property S exists which is proportional to the total energy of the system minus the maximum energy that can be extracted adiabatically from
PSTABLE EQUILIBRIUM: DEFINITION AND SOME PROPERTIES
, 2010
"... We define a continuous index of strategic stability, p stability, which requires equilibrium to be the unique outcome compatible with common knowledge of rationality and common knowledge of p beliefs (beliefs that put probability at least p on the equilibrium profile). We show that every equilibrium ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
equilibrium (within a large class) is pstable for some p < 1 and justify, in smooth settings, the intuition that the slope of the best response map is related to the stability of equilibrium. We show that adding incomplete information on fundamentals could decrease the degree of strategic stability
No Anomalous Fluctuations Exist in Stable Equilibrium Systems
, 2006
"... A general theorem is rigorously proved for the case, when an observable is a sum of linearly independent terms: The dispersion of a global observable is normal if and only if all partial dispersions of its terms are normal, and it is anomalous if and only if at least one of the partial dispersions i ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
is anomalous. This theorem, in particular, rules out the possibility that in a stable system with BoseEinstein condensate some fluctuations of either condensed or noncondensed particles could be anomalous. The conclusion is valid for arbitrary systems, whether uniform or nonuniform, interacting weakly
Sprott E system with only one stable equilibrium
"... Degenerate Hopf bifurcations, hidden attractors, and control in the extended ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Degenerate Hopf bifurcations, hidden attractors, and control in the extended
STABLE EQUILIBRIUM ORIENTATION OF A SPACECRAFT WHICH CONTAINS A MOMENTUM WHEEL
, 1967
"... The orientation of a spacecraft when it is in a stable equilibrium state is studied. The spacecraft contains a single momentum wheel which stores angular momentum. The axis of the wheel is not necessarily parallel to a principal axis of the spacecraft. For an arbitrary but fixed speed of the wheel r ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
The orientation of a spacecraft when it is in a stable equilibrium state is studied. The spacecraft contains a single momentum wheel which stores angular momentum. The axis of the wheel is not necessarily parallel to a principal axis of the spacecraft. For an arbitrary but fixed speed of the wheel
Stable equilibrium based on Lévy statistics: Stochastic collision models approach, Phys
 Rev. E, Rapid Communications
"... To obtain further insight on possible power law generalizations of Boltzmann equilibrium concepts, we consider stochastic collision models. The models are a generalization of the Rayleigh collision model, for a heavy one dimensional particle M interacting with ideal gas particles with a mass m°M. Si ..."
Abstract

Cited by 6 (0 self)
 Add to MetaCart
function of the heavy particle is Lévy stable, the Maxwellian distribution being a special case. We demonstrate our results with numerical examples. The relation of the power law equilibrium obtained here to thermodynamics is discussed. In particular we compare between two models: a thermodynamic
Foams Out of Stable Equilibrium: Cell Elongation and Side Swapping
"... The evolution of a liquid foam usually mixes quasiequilibrium topological and geometrical features in an intricate way. We take advantage of special properties of ferrofluid froths and of constrained area evolution simulations, to distinguish the effects of side swapping (T1 processes) from other r ..."
Abstract

Cited by 1 (0 self)
 Add to MetaCart
The evolution of a liquid foam usually mixes quasiequilibrium topological and geometrical features in an intricate way. We take advantage of special properties of ferrofluid froths and of constrained area evolution simulations, to distinguish the effects of side swapping (T1 processes) from other
Results 1  10
of
4,296