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ON THE CONFORMAL MODULUS DISTORTION UNDER QUASTMÖBIUS MAPPTNGS
"... In this paper we shall study some properties of the topological embeddings /: E+ ff, E being a compact in E, under which the distortion of conformal moduli of rings in E is of a bounded character. Such mappings have been termed c,.rBMD embeddings, where ar denotes a bound for modulus distortion. ..."
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In this paper we shall study some properties of the topological embeddings /: E+ ff, E being a compact in E, under which the distortion of conformal moduli of rings in E is of a bounded character. Such mappings have been termed c,.rBMD embeddings, where ar denotes a bound for modulus distortion
On conformal capacity and Teichmüller’s modulus problem in space
, 1999
"... Abstract: We solve an extremal problem for the conformal capacity of certain space condensers. The extremal condenser is conformally equivalent to Teichmüller’s ring. As an application, we give a dimensionfree estimate for the minimal conformal capacity of the condensers with plates E,F such that ..."
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Abstract: We solve an extremal problem for the conformal capacity of certain space condensers. The extremal condenser is conformally equivalent to Teichmüller’s ring. As an application, we give a dimensionfree estimate for the minimal conformal capacity of the condensers with plates E
Nonconformal Loewner type estimates for modulus of curve families
, 2010
"... We develop various upper and lower estimates for pmodulus of curve families on ring domains in the setting of abstract metric measure spaces and derive pLoewner type estimates for continua. These estimates are obtained for doubling metric measure spaces or QAhlfors regular metric measure spaces s ..."
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We develop various upper and lower estimates for pmodulus of curve families on ring domains in the setting of abstract metric measure spaces and derive pLoewner type estimates for continua. These estimates are obtained for doubling metric measure spaces or QAhlfors regular metric measure spaces
An Analytic Model for Skin Modulus Measurement Via Conformal Piezoelectric Systems,”
 ASME J. Appl. Mech.,
, 2015
"... The Young's modulus of human skin is of great interests to dermatology, cutaneous pathology, and cosmetic industry. A wearable, ultrathin, and stretchable device provides a noninvasive approach to measure the Young's modulus of human skin at any location, and in a way that is mechanically ..."
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The Young's modulus of human skin is of great interests to dermatology, cutaneous pathology, and cosmetic industry. A wearable, ultrathin, and stretchable device provides a noninvasive approach to measure the Young's modulus of human skin at any location, and in a way
NONCONFORMAL LOEWNER TYPE ESTIMATES FOR MODULUS OF CURVE FAMILIES
"... Abstract. We develop various upper and lower estimates for pmodulus of curve families on ring domains in the setting of abstract metric measure spaces and derive pLoewner type estimates for continua. These estimates are obtained for doubling metric measure spaces or QAhlfors regular metric measur ..."
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Abstract. We develop various upper and lower estimates for pmodulus of curve families on ring domains in the setting of abstract metric measure spaces and derive pLoewner type estimates for continua. These estimates are obtained for doubling metric measure spaces or QAhlfors regular metric
Axiondilatonmodulus gravity theory of BransDicketype and conformal symmetry
, 2000
"... Conformal symmetry is investigated within the context of axiondilatonmodulus theory of gravity of BransDicketype. A distinction is made between general conformal symmetry and invariance under transformations of the physical units. The conformal degree of symmetry of the theory is studied when qua ..."
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Conformal symmetry is investigated within the context of axiondilatonmodulus theory of gravity of BransDicketype. A distinction is made between general conformal symmetry and invariance under transformations of the physical units. The conformal degree of symmetry of the theory is studied when
MODULUS OF UNBOUNDED VALENCE SUBDIVISION RULES
"... Abstract. Cannon, Floyd and Parry have studied the modulus of finite subdivision rules extensively. We investigate the properties of the modulus of subdivision rules with linear and exponential growth at every vertex, using barycentric subdivision and a subdivision rule for the Borromean rings as ex ..."
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Abstract. Cannon, Floyd and Parry have studied the modulus of finite subdivision rules extensively. We investigate the properties of the modulus of subdivision rules with linear and exponential growth at every vertex, using barycentric subdivision and a subdivision rule for the Borromean rings
MAPPINGS OF FINITE DISTORTION: REMOVABILITY OF CANTOR SETS
 ANNALES ACADEMIÆ SCIENTIARUM FENNICÆ, VOLUMEN 29, 2004, 269281
, 2004
"... Let f be a mapping of nite distortion omitting a set of positive conformal modulus. We show that if the distortion of f satises a certain subexponential integrability condition, then small regular Cantor sets are removable. ..."
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Let f be a mapping of nite distortion omitting a set of positive conformal modulus. We show that if the distortion of f satises a certain subexponential integrability condition, then small regular Cantor sets are removable.
A MODULUS FOR CURVES FROM DISTANCE
, 2010
"... In this paper a modulus of curves is defined using pseudodistance functions. This leads to a notion of quasiconformal maps that is equivalent to the standard definition when the distance function is Riemannian. The moduli of families of curves whose endpoints lie in the boundary of open subsets o ..."
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In this paper a modulus of curves is defined using pseudodistance functions. This leads to a notion of quasiconformal maps that is equivalent to the standard definition when the distance function is Riemannian. The moduli of families of curves whose endpoints lie in the boundary of open subsets
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