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DOI: 10.1007/9783642009112_1 Classjump phenomenon for physical symmetries in bidimensional space.
, 2008
"... In condensed matter physics tensors are used to model physical properties of materials. Some well known examples are elasticity which is modeled by a 4thorder tensor or piezoelectricity by a 3rdorder tensor. Some tensors of higher order might occur in theory of generalized continuum, for example in ..."
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in Mindlin’s straingradient elasticity [2] in which the physical state of the material is described in each point using three tensors from 4thorder to 6thorder one. Damage could also be modeled by an 8thorder tensor. When ones studying such complex models the first step is to focus attention in its bidimensional
Psychoacoustic experiments for validating sound objects in a 2D space using the sonic browser
 in Proceedings of the XIV Colloquium on Musical Informatics (XIV CIM 2003
, 2003
"... The Sonic Browser is a software for navigating among sounds, in a bidimensional space, using the hearing system. Its two main purposes are its use for conducting psychophysical experiments, and its application for managing catalogues of huge sound collections. In this paper, we focus on the former ..."
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The Sonic Browser is a software for navigating among sounds, in a bidimensional space, using the hearing system. Its two main purposes are its use for conducting psychophysical experiments, and its application for managing catalogues of huge sound collections. In this paper, we focus on the former
Parallel Bidimensional Pattern Matching with Scaling
"... This paper deals with the problem of bidimensional pattern matching with scaling. The problem is to find all occurrences of the m m pattern in the N N text, scaled to all natural multiples. We have proposed an efficient parallel algorithm for this problem on CREWPRAM with p processors. It takes O ..."
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This paper deals with the problem of bidimensional pattern matching with scaling. The problem is to find all occurrences of the m m pattern in the N N text, scaled to all natural multiples. We have proposed an efficient parallel algorithm for this problem on CREWPRAM with p processors. It takes
Parallel Bidimensional Pattern Matching with Scaling
"... ABSTRACTThis paper deals with the problem of bidimensional pattern matching with scaling. The problem is to find all occurrences of the m \Theta m pattern in the N \Theta N text, scaledto all natural multiples. We have proposed an efficient parallel algorithm for this problem on CREWPRAM with p 2 ..."
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ABSTRACTThis paper deals with the problem of bidimensional pattern matching with scaling. The problem is to find all occurrences of the m \Theta m pattern in the N \Theta N text, scaledto all natural multiples. We have proposed an efficient parallel algorithm for this problem on CREWPRAM with p
Bidimensional Composition with Domain Specific Languages
"... The paper presents how domain modeling may leverage the hierarchical composition, supporting two orthogonal mechanisms (vertical and horizontal) for composing completely autonomous parts. The vertical mechanism is in charge of coordinating heterogeneous components, tools or services at a high level ..."
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. To overcome this problem, the horizontal mechanism composes domains at the level of their DSLs, even if they have been independently designed and implemented. The paper presents a model and metamodel perspective of the Mélusine bidimensional composition, assisted and automated with the Codèle tool, which
Bidimensional Composition with Domain Specific Languages
, 2009
"... The paper presents how domain modeling may leverage the hierarchical composition, supporting two orthogonal mechanisms (vertical and horizontal) for composing completely autonomous parts. The vertical mechanism is in charge of coordinating heterogeneous components, tools or services at a high level ..."
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this problem, the horizontal mechanism composes domains at the level of their DSLs, even if they have been independently designed and implemented. The paper presents a model and metamodel perspective of the Mélusine bidimensional composition, assisted and automated with the Codèle tool, which allows
Asymptotic Behavior of a BiDimensional Hybrid System
, 2015
"... We study the asymptotic behavior of the solutions of a Hybrid System wrapping an elliptic operator. ..."
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We study the asymptotic behavior of the solutions of a Hybrid System wrapping an elliptic operator.
Approaching Integrability in BiDimensional Nonlinear Field Equations
, 2011
"... A new, oneparameter family of potentials is introduced. This potential leads to a nonlinear field equation with kink solutions. Internal modes of these solutions are calculated. Conditions on the parameter of the model are obtained which lead to the elimination of extra bound states and nearly refl ..."
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A new, oneparameter family of potentials is introduced. This potential leads to a nonlinear field equation with kink solutions. Internal modes of these solutions are calculated. Conditions on the parameter of the model are obtained which lead to the elimination of extra bound states and nearly reflectionless behavior of the solutions. We discuss how we can approach integrability, using these two criteria. Subject Index: 034 The sineGordon (SG) system is a wellknown integrable system in 1+1 dimensions.1)–4) Its integrality makes its soliton solutions free from any chaotic behavior.5) Perhaps the most important influence of this property would show up in the kinkantikink collisions. For integrable systems like the SG system, solitons reappear
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