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The LRPD Test: Speculative RunTime Parallelization of Loops with Privatization and Reduction Parallelization
, 1995
"... Current parallelizing compilers cannot identify a significant fraction of parallelizable loops because they have complex or statically insufficiently defined access patterns. As parallelizable loops arise frequently in practice, we advocate a novel framework for their identification: speculatively e ..."
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pattern matching: it detects at runtime if the values stored in an array participate in a reduction operation, even if they are transferred through private variables and/or are affected by statically unpredictable control flow. We present experimental results on loops from the PERFECT Benchmarks which
NonEquilibrium Dynamics and Aging in the ThreeDimensional Ising SpinGlass Model
 J. Phys. A
, 1993
"... The low temperature dynamics of the three dimensional Ising spin glass in zero field with a discrete bond distribution is investigated via MC simulations. The thermoremanent magnetization is found to decay algebraically and the temperature dependent exponents agree very well with the experimentally ..."
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determined values. The nonequilibrium autocorrelation function C(t,tw) shows a crossover at the waiting (or aging) time tw from algebraic quasiequilibrium decay for times t≪tw to another, faster algebraic decay for t≫tw with an exponent similar to one for the remanent magnetization.
Multiscale Modeling of Polymer Materials Using a StatisticsBased Micromechanics Approach
"... A large number of possible polymer chain conformations exist for a given volume of an amorphous polymer. The prediction of elastic properties of a polymer must therefore consider more than a single combination of chain conformations. A multiscale modeling approach is proposed to predict the bulk ela ..."
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elastic properties, whereas the consideration of multiple microstates yield predicted properties that moreclosely agree with experimentallydetermined values of Young’s modulus. Additionally, the upper and lower limits of possible elastic constants are also established based on the consideration
A New Dark Matter Model for Galaxies RHCPP001T astroph/0002391
, 2000
"... In this paper a new theory of Dark Matter is proposed. Experimental analysis of several Galaxies show how the nongravitational contribution to galactic Velocity Rotation Curves can be interpreted as that due to the Cosmological Constant Λ. The experimentally determined values for Λ are found to be ..."
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In this paper a new theory of Dark Matter is proposed. Experimental analysis of several Galaxies show how the nongravitational contribution to galactic Velocity Rotation Curves can be interpreted as that due to the Cosmological Constant Λ. The experimentally determined values for Λ are found
A New Dark Matter Model for Galaxies
, 2000
"... In this paper a new theory of Dark Matter is proposed. Experimental analysis of several Galaxies show how the nongravitational contribution to galactic Velocity Rotation Curves can be interpreted as that due to the Cosmological Constant Λ. The experimentally determined values for Λ are found to be ..."
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In this paper a new theory of Dark Matter is proposed. Experimental analysis of several Galaxies show how the nongravitational contribution to galactic Velocity Rotation Curves can be interpreted as that due to the Cosmological Constant Λ. The experimentally determined values for Λ are found
Dispersive Bounds on The Shape Of
, 1998
"... We derive a theoretically allowed domain for the charge radius ρ and curvature c of the IsgurWise function describing the decay Λb → Λcl¯νl. Our method uses crossing symmetry, dispersion relations and analyticity in the context of the Heavy Quark Effective Theory but is independent of the specifics ..."
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of the specifics of any given model. The experimentally determined values of the Υ masses have been used as input information. The results are of interest for testing different models employed to calculate the heavy baryon formfactors which are used for the extraction of Vcb from the experimental data. 1
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"... Reference temperature localizing the fracture toughness temperature diagram on temperature axis was predicted based on tensile test data. Regularization artificial neural network (ANN) was adjusted to solve the interrelation of these properties. For analyses, 29 data sets from lowalloy steels were ..."
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test etc. have been applied. A very promising correlation of predicted and experimentally determined values of reference temperature was found.
On the spin distribution in bridged anthraceneviologen molecules: an electronnuclear double resonance study
, 1991
"... Studies on the spin distribution in the radical state of anthracenea bridgeviologen supermolecules with different bridge units are reported. Electronnuclear double resonance experiments (ENDOR) were performed on electrochemically reduced molecules. Proton hyperfine coupling constants at differen ..."
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at different molecular sites were obtained and are discussed in detail. The experimentally determined values are compared with quantum chemical calculations of the INDO type. The observed spin distribution depends significantly on the type of the bridging unit. The relevance of the spin distribution
Molecular Dynamics of PAMAM Dendrimers
"... A series of poly(amido amine) dendrimers were constructed by atomistic simulation under Cerius2 environment on a Silicon Graphics computer. A systematic molecular dynamics calculation has been carried out on energy minimized structure of generations 0 through 6. Several dynamic properties have been ..."
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predicted. These predictions provide insight about expected behavior of the real system and are useful in designing experiments to measure such properties. For instance, the radii of gyration computed from model structures agree with the experimentally determined values. Contents:
Original scientific paper Gas holdup in a threephase reciprocating plate column
, 2004
"... Abstract: The influence of the geometry of a reciprocating plate column (diameter), superficial gas velocity, vibration intensity and content of the solid phase in the column on the gas holdup in a three phase column (G–L–S) were investigated in this study. For comparison, the gas holdup was also ..."
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analyzed in a gas–liquid system (G–L) in the same type of column. Good agreement between the experimentally determined values of the gas holdup and those calculated on the basis of the derived correlation for the G–L and G–L–S system was obtained.
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