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The firstorder correction to the energy is
, 2004
"... These are working notes of the phenomenology of the 6p3/2 hyperfine structure in Cs, written to help with the analysis of experimental data. ..."
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These are working notes of the phenomenology of the 6p3/2 hyperfine structure in Cs, written to help with the analysis of experimental data.
Firstorder modeling and stability analysis of illusory contours
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, 2006
"... In visual cognition, illusions help elucidate certain intriguing latent perceptual functions of the human vision system, and their proper mathematical modeling and computational simulation are therefore deeply beneficial to both biological and computer vision. Inspired by existent prior works, the c ..."
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, the current paper proposes a firstorder energybased model for analyzing and simulating illusory contours. The lower complexity of the proposed model facilitates rigorous mathematical analysis on the detailed geometric structures of illusory contours. After being asymptotically approximated by classical
No FirstOrder Phase Transition in the
, 2001
"... Within a variational calculation we investigate the role of baryons for the structure of dense matter in the GrossNeveu model. We construct a trial ground state at finite baryon density which breaks translational invariance. Its scalar potential interpolates between widely spaced kinks and antikink ..."
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and antikinks at low density and the value zero at infinite density. Its energy is lower than the one of the standard Fermi gas at all densities considered. This suggests that the discrete γ5 symmetry of the GrossNeveu model does not get restored in a first order phase transition at finite density, at variance
Renormalization group flows from holography  Supersymmetry and a ctheorem
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, 1999
"... We obtain first order equations that determine a supersymmetric kink solution in fivedimensional N = 8 gauged supergravity. The kink interpolates between an exterior antide Sitter region with maximal supersymmetry and an interior antide Sitter region with one quarter of the maximal supersymmetry. ..."
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We obtain first order equations that determine a supersymmetric kink solution in fivedimensional N = 8 gauged supergravity. The kink interpolates between an exterior antide Sitter region with maximal supersymmetry and an interior antide Sitter region with one quarter of the maximal supersymmetry
Tension field and index form of energytype functionals, Glasg
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"... We derive variational formulae for natural first order energy functionals and obtain criteria for the stability of isometric immersions. This generalizes known results for the classical energy, the penergy and the exponential energy AMS Subject Classification: 58E20 (53C43) 1 ..."
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We derive variational formulae for natural first order energy functionals and obtain criteria for the stability of isometric immersions. This generalizes known results for the classical energy, the penergy and the exponential energy AMS Subject Classification: 58E20 (53C43) 1
”Latent heat ” of firstorder varying pressure transitions
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"... We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction and present such energy release as an accumulation of a series of tiny binding energy differences between overcompressed states and stable ones. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous ..."
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We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction and present such energy release as an accumulation of a series of tiny binding energy differences between overcompressed states and stable ones. Universal formulae for the energy release from one
”Latent heat ” of firstorder varying pressure transitions
, 805
"... We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction and present such energy release as an accumulation of a series of tiny binding energy differences between overcompressed states and stable ones. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous ..."
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We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction and present such energy release as an accumulation of a series of tiny binding energy differences between overcompressed states and stable ones. Universal formulae for the energy release from one
”Latent heat ” of firstorder varying pressure transitions
, 805
"... We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous phase to the other is given. We find the energy release per converted particle varies with number density. As an example, the deconfinement phas ..."
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We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous phase to the other is given. We find the energy release per converted particle varies with number density. As an example, the deconfinement
”Latent heat ” of firstorder varying pressure transitions
, 805
"... We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous phase to the other is given. We find the energy release per a converted particle varies with number density. As an example, the deconfinement ph ..."
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We consider the energy release associated with firstorder transition by Gibbs construction. Universal formulae for the energy release from one homogeneous phase to the other is given. We find the energy release per a converted particle varies with number density. As an example, the deconfinement
An Adaptive EnergyEfficient and LowLatency MAC for Data Gathering
, 2004
"... In many sensor network applications the major traffic pattern consists of data collected from several source nodes to a sink through a unidirectional tree. In this paper, we propose DMAC, an energy efficient and low latency MAC that is designed and optimized for such data gathering trees in wireless ..."
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In many sensor network applications the major traffic pattern consists of data collected from several source nodes to a sink through a unidirectional tree. In this paper, we propose DMAC, an energy efficient and low latency MAC that is designed and optimized for such data gathering trees
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