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The Eta Invariant And Families Of Pseudodifferential Operators
 MR 96h:58169
, 1995
"... For a compact manifold without boundary a suspended algebra of pseudodierential operators is considered; it is an algebra of pseudodierential operators on, and translationinvariant in, an additional real variable. ..."
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For a compact manifold without boundary a suspended algebra of pseudodierential operators is considered; it is an algebra of pseudodierential operators on, and translationinvariant in, an additional real variable.
Modelling suspended sediment in environmental turbulent fluids
, 2014
"... Modelling sediment transport in environmental turbulent fluids is a challenge. This article develops a sound model of the lateral transport of suspended sediment in environmental fluid flows such as floods and tsunamis. The model is systematically derived from a 3D turbulence model based on the Smag ..."
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Modelling sediment transport in environmental turbulent fluids is a challenge. This article develops a sound model of the lateral transport of suspended sediment in environmental fluid flows such as floods and tsunamis. The model is systematically derived from a 3D turbulence model based
A Proposal for Coroutines and Suspend/Resume in ELOTOS
 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC21/WG7 Meeting on Enhancements to LOTOS (1.21.20.2.3
, 1996
"... The importance of coroutines as a programming paradigm is recognized. This paper proposes to extend LOTOS with a coroutine operator, for which syntax, static semantics, and untimed semantics are provided. We show that this coroutine mechanism generalizes several other operatorrs, which exist in LOTO ..."
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in LOTOS or which have been proposed for ELOTOS, including trap, suspendresume, and hiding. Keywords Coroutine, ETLotos, ELotos, Formal Description Techniques, Lotos, Process Algebra, Protocols. 1 Comments about the existing core behaviour language At present, the definition of ELotos, as provided
Algebraic & Geometric Topology XX (20XX) 1001–999 1001 On homotopy groups of the suspended classifying spaces
"... In this paper, we determine the homotopy groups pi4(ΣK(A, 1)) and pi5(ΣK(A, 1)) for abelian groups A by using the following methods from group theory and homotopy theory: derived functors, the Carlsson simplicial construction, the BauesGoerss spectral sequence, homotopy decompositions and the meth ..."
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and the methods of algebraic Ktheory. As the applications, we also determine pii(ΣK(G, 1)) with i = 4, 5 for some nonabelian groups G = Σ3 and SL(Z), and pi4(ΣK(A4, 1)) for the 4th alternating group A4. 55Q52; 55P20, 55P40, 55P65, 55Q35 1
Pseudodifferential Operators on Manifolds with A LIE STRUCTURE AT INFINITY
, 2003
"... Several interesting examples of noncompact manifolds M0 whose geometry at infinity is described by Lie algebras of vector fields V ⊂ Γ(M; T M) (on a compactification of M0 to a manifold with corners M) were studied for instance in [28, 31, 46]. In [1], the geometry of manifolds described by Lie alg ..."
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) is a “microlocalization” of Diff ∗ V (M0). We also define and study semiclassical and “suspended ” versions of the algebra Ψ ∞ 1,0,V (M0). Thus, our constructions solves a conjecture of Melrose [28].
Natural operations on the Hochschild complex of commutative Frobenius algebras via the complex of looped diagrams
, 2013
"... We define a dgcategory of looped diagrams which we use to construct operations on the Hochschild complex of commutative Frobenius dgalgebras. We show that we recover the operations known for symmetric Frobenius dgalgebras constructed using Sullivan chord diagrams as well as all formal operations ..."
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operations for commutative algebras (including Loday’s lambda operations) and prove that there is a chain level version of a suspended Cactus operad inside the complex of looped diagrams. This recovers the suspended BV algebra structure on the Hochschild homology of commutative Frobenius algebras defined
The Group Theory as an Algebraic Approach for Prediction of Some Nuclear Structure Characteristics
, 2015
"... Abstract: An algebraic model depends upon the group theory emphasizes the coherent behavior of all of the nucleons. Among the kinds of collective motion that can occur in nuclei are rotations or vibrations that involve the entire nucleus. In this respect, the nuclear properties can be analyzed using ..."
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using the same description that is used to analyze the properties of a charged drop of liquid suspended in space. The algebraic collective model can thus be viewed as an extension of the liquid drop model, the algebraic collective model provides a good starting point for nuclear structure and then one
Starting with Two Matrices
"... near the beginning of a linear algebra course. We chose two matrices A and C, on the principle that examples are amazingly powerful. The reader is requested to be exceptionally patient, suspending all prior experience—and suspending also any hunger for precision and proof. Please allow a partial und ..."
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near the beginning of a linear algebra course. We chose two matrices A and C, on the principle that examples are amazingly powerful. The reader is requested to be exceptionally patient, suspending all prior experience—and suspending also any hunger for precision and proof. Please allow a partial
Eulerian Simulation of the Fluid Dynamics of Helicopter Brownout
 American Helicopter Society 64th Annual Forum
, 2008
"... A computational model is presented that can be used to simulate the development of the dust cloud that can be entrained into the air when a helicopter is operated close to the ground in desert or dusty conditions. The physics of this problem, and the associated pathological condition known as ‘brown ..."
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the ground, the model assumes that the suspended particles remain in near equilibrium under the action of aerodynamic forces. Close to the ground, this model is replaced by an algebraic sublayer model for the saltation and entrainment process. The origin of the model in the statistical mechanics of a
The Language FLAC: Computational Model and Modularity
 FIRST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON METACOMPUTATION IN RUSSIA (META 2008)
, 2008
"... Abstract. The development of a language for algebraic computation actually needs a specific computation model that supports typical behavior of formula manipulation. For this purpose an “intentional ” model with suspended computations was developed, and language FLAC with specific modularity is an i ..."
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Abstract. The development of a language for algebraic computation actually needs a specific computation model that supports typical behavior of formula manipulation. For this purpose an “intentional ” model with suspended computations was developed, and language FLAC with specific modularity
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