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arbitrary number of holes.
, 2000
"... T ≥ 0 properties of the infinitely repulsive Hubbard model for ..."
Duality theory of . . . arbitrary number of parameters
, 2012
"... In this paper, we use the discrete Littlewood–Paley–Stein analysis to get the duality result of the weighted product Hardy space for arbitrary number of parameters under a rather weak condition on the product weight w 2 A1.Rn1 ⇥ ⇥Rnk /. We will show that for any k 2,.H p w.Rn1 ⇥ ⇥Rnk / / ⇤ D CMO p ..."
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In this paper, we use the discrete Littlewood–Paley–Stein analysis to get the duality result of the weighted product Hardy space for arbitrary number of parameters under a rather weak condition on the product weight w 2 A1.Rn1 ⇥ ⇥Rnk /. We will show that for any k 2,.H p w.Rn1 ⇥ ⇥Rnk / / ⇤ D CMO
Extreme Functions with an Arbitrary Number of Slopes
"... Abstract. For the one dimensional infinite group relaxation, we construct a sequence of extreme valid functions that are piecewise linear and such that for every natural number k ≥ 2, there is a function in the sequence with k slopes. This settles an open question in this area regarding a universal ..."
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Abstract. For the one dimensional infinite group relaxation, we construct a sequence of extreme valid functions that are piecewise linear and such that for every natural number k ≥ 2, there is a function in the sequence with k slopes. This settles an open question in this area regarding a
Lifting Galois representations over arbitrary number fields
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"... It is proved that every twodimensional residual Galois representation of the absolute Galois group of an arbitrary number field lifts to a characteristic zero padic representation, if local lifting problems at places above p are unobstructed. 1 ..."
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It is proved that every twodimensional residual Galois representation of the absolute Galois group of an arbitrary number field lifts to a characteristic zero padic representation, if local lifting problems at places above p are unobstructed. 1
An Inverse Kinematic Architecture Enforcing an Arbitrary Number of Strict Priority Levels
 The Visual Computer
, 2004
"... An efficient Inverse Kinematics solver is a key element in applications targeting the online or offline postural control of complex articulated figures. In the present paper we progressively describe the strategic components of a very general and robust IK architecture. We then present an efficien ..."
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an efficient recursive algorithm enforcing an arbitrary number of strict priorities to arbitrate the fulfillment of conflicting constraints. Due to its local nature, the moderate cost of the solution allows this architecture to run within an interactive environment. The algorithm is illustrated on the postural
Aromaticity rules for cycles with arbitrary numbers of halftwists
, 2006
"... A simple proof is given that the Hückel aromaticity rules generalise to cycles with an arbitrary number of halftwists, T; addition/ removal of halftwists two at a time preserves all eigenvalues and degeneracies, so that closedshell aromatic systems occur at pelectron counts 4N þ 2, and antiaro ..."
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A simple proof is given that the Hückel aromaticity rules generalise to cycles with an arbitrary number of halftwists, T; addition/ removal of halftwists two at a time preserves all eigenvalues and degeneracies, so that closedshell aromatic systems occur at pelectron counts 4N þ 2
Multipartite Generalized Bell Inequality with an Arbitrary Number of Settings
"... Abstract We derive a generalized Bell inequality for N qubits which involves an arbitrary number of settings for each of the local measuring apparatuses. The inequality forms a necessary condition for the existence of a local realistic model for the values of a correlation function, given in a nset ..."
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Abstract We derive a generalized Bell inequality for N qubits which involves an arbitrary number of settings for each of the local measuring apparatuses. The inequality forms a necessary condition for the existence of a local realistic model for the values of a correlation function, given in a n
Buckling of nonuniform columns with an arbitrary number of cracks
, 2005
"... Abstract: The governing differential equation for buckling of a nonuniform column is expressed in the form of bendingmoment. The special solutions for 14 types of nonuniform columns are derived from the governing equation. Using a rotational spring and a hinge connection to describe the local fle ..."
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flexibility induced by a crack in the column yields the eigenvalue equation for buckling. The main advantage of the proposed method is that the eigenvalue equation for buckling of a nonuniform column with an arbitrary number of cracks, any kind of two end supports, and an arbitrary number of rotational
A LoadBalanced Switch with an Arbitrary Number of Linecards
, 2004
"... The loadbalanced switch architecture is a promising way to scale router capacity. It requires no centralized scheduler, requires no memory operating faster than the linerate, and can be built using a fixed, optical mesh. In a recent paper we explained how to prevent packet missequencing and provi ..."
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. In this paper we derive an expression for the number of MEMS switches that are needed, and describe an algorithm to configure them. We prove that the algorithm will always find a correct configuration in polynomial time, and show examples of its running time.
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