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AN ALMOSTPERIODICITY CRITERION FOR SOLUTIONS OF THE OSCILLATORY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION y00 = q(t)y AND ITS APPLICATIONS
"... Abstract. The linear dierential equation (q) : y00 = q(t)y with the uniformly almostperiodic function q is considered. Necessary and sucient conditions which guarantee that all bounded (on R) solutions of (q) are uniformly almostperiodic functions are presented. The conditions are stated by a ph ..."
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Abstract. The linear dierential equation (q) : y00 = q(t)y with the uniformly almostperiodic function q is considered. Necessary and sucient conditions which guarantee that all bounded (on R) solutions of (q) are uniformly almostperiodic functions are presented. The conditions are stated by a
Evaluating Interval Forecasts
 International Economic Review
, 1997
"... This paper is intended to address the deficiency by clearly defining what is meant by a "good" interval forecast, and describing how to test if a given interval forecast deserves the label "good". One of the motivations of Engle's (1982) classic paper was to form dynamic int ..."
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fails to account for higherorder dynamics may be correct on average (have correct unconditional coverage), but in any given period it will have incorrect conditional coverage characterized by clustered outliers. These concepts will be defined precisely below, and tests for correct conditional coverage
A movement criterion for running
 JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS 35 (2002) 649–655
, 2002
"... The adjustment of the leg during running was addressed using a springmass model with a fixed landing angle of attack. The objective was to obtain periodic movement patterns. Springlike running was monitored bya onedimensional stridetostride mapping of the apex height to identify mechanically st ..."
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The adjustment of the leg during running was addressed using a springmass model with a fixed landing angle of attack. The objective was to obtain periodic movement patterns. Springlike running was monitored bya onedimensional stridetostride mapping of the apex height to identify mechanically
The Dirichlet criterion for the stability of periodic and relative periodic . . .
 JOURNAL OF GEOMETRY,& PHYSICS
, 1998
"... The classical Dirichlet criterion on the stability of equilibria in Hamiltonian systems is generalized to the orbital stability of periodic orbits. The result obtained is adapted to the study of the stability of relative periodic orbits in Hamiltonian systems with symmetry that lie at regular level ..."
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The classical Dirichlet criterion on the stability of equilibria in Hamiltonian systems is generalized to the orbital stability of periodic orbits. The result obtained is adapted to the study of the stability of relative periodic orbits in Hamiltonian systems with symmetry that lie at regular level
On Wilson Criterion
, 1998
"... U(1) gauge theory with the Villain action on a cubic lattice approximation of three and fourdimensional torus is considered. The naturally chosen correlation functions converge to the correlation functions of the Rgauge electrodynamics on three and fourdimensional torus as the lattice spacing a ..."
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problem to the study of the correlation functions for the lattice pure gauge theories. The bulk of the paper [1] is devoted to U(1) gauge theory with the periodic boundary conditions. The Wilson criterion [1] for the confinement is fulfilled if for the large closed loops Γ the correlation function 〈exp
STABILITY CRITERION FOR FULLY SYNCHRONIZED STATE OF PERIODIC NETWORKS
"... Abstract. We derived a stability criterion for the totally synchronized state of a periodic network of coupled functional units. The functional units were nonlinear discrete dynamical systems. We assumed exponentially decaying coupling strength to reduce the number of control parameters. Key words: ..."
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Abstract. We derived a stability criterion for the totally synchronized state of a periodic network of coupled functional units. The functional units were nonlinear discrete dynamical systems. We assumed exponentially decaying coupling strength to reduce the number of control parameters. Key words
Behavioral theories and the neurophysiology of reward,
 Annu. Rev. Psychol.
, 2006
"... ■ Abstract The functions of rewards are based primarily on their effects on behavior and are less directly governed by the physics and chemistry of input events as in sensory systems. Therefore, the investigation of neural mechanisms underlying reward functions requires behavioral theories that can ..."
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of the infrastructure over a 24hour day, by avoiding long queues during prime daytime hours and inactive periods during the wee hours of the night. A proper pricing structure known in advance to the captains of the barges will shape their decisions to enter the locks at a moment that is economically most appropriate
periodic equation, monodromy operator, spectrum of a function, spectral criterion. Abbreviated title: A Spectral Criterion for Almost Periodicity
"... This paper is concerned with equations of the form: u ′ = A(t)u + f(t) , where A(t) is (unbounded) periodic linear operator and f is almost periodic. We extend a central result on the spectral criteria for almost periodicity of solutions of evolution equations to some classes of periodic equations ..."
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This paper is concerned with equations of the form: u ′ = A(t)u + f(t) , where A(t) is (unbounded) periodic linear operator and f is almost periodic. We extend a central result on the spectral criteria for almost periodicity of solutions of evolution equations to some classes of periodic equations
Criteria Reasons to Use This Criterion Reasons Not to Use This Criterion
"... Imagine that you are a historian who has just been hired by a curriculum publisher. The publisher is developing lessons to teach high school students about different countries through their arts. The publisher explains that the purpose of the series is to provide insights into several historic perio ..."
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periods in each country. There will be one lesson for each time period. Your task is to develop the criteria to use in choosing the works of art or artists that will be featured in each lesson. The work of art or artist should represent or provide insights into the time period in that country
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