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8831Geometry, Language and Strategy: The Dynamics of Decision Processes
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Contributed by: Gerald Thomas. The first volume, Geometry, Language and Strategy, extended the concepts of Game Theory, replacing static equilibrium with a deterministic dynamic theory. The first volume opened up many applications that were only briefly touched on. To study the consequences of the deterministic approach in contrast to standard Bayesian approaches, the richness of applications, ...BooksWed, 12 Oct 2016 16:29:27 -0600MATHEMATICA kompakt: Mathematische Problemlösungen für Ingenieure, Mathematiker und Naturwissenschaftler
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Contributed by: Hans Benker. This book provides a brief and understandable introduction in the software package Mathematica and shows its application to problems of the engineering mathematics. In the beginning, the construction, operation and possibilities of Mathematica are described in detail. Subsequently, this knowledge is applied to engineering mathematics, for example, matrices, ...BooksWed, 12 Oct 2016 16:26:33 -0600Differential Equations with Mathematica, Fourth Edition
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Contributed by: Martha L. Abell, James P. Braselton. Differential Equations with Mathematica, Fourth Edition is a supplementing reference which uses the fundamental concepts of the popular platform to solve (analytically, numerically, and/or graphically) differential equations of interest to students, instructors, and scientists.Mathematica's diversity makes it particularly well suited to ...BooksWed, 12 Oct 2016 16:20:33 -0600Geometric Optics: Theory and Design of Astronomical Optical Systems Using Mathematica, second edition
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Contributed by: Antonio Romano, Roberto Caveliere. This book―unique in the literature―provides readers with the mathematical background needed to design many of the optical combinations that are used in astronomical telescopes and cameras. The results presented in the work were obtained by using a different approach to third-order aberration theory as well as the extensive use of the ...BooksWed, 12 Oct 2016 16:15:42 -0600Translating Randomly Fluctuating QC Records into the Probabilities of Future Mishaps
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Contributed by: Micha Peleg, Mark D. Normand, Maria G. Corradini. A QC chart typically depicts a random time series fluctuating around a characteristic value. This is because an individual entry is determined by the interplay of many factors, most unknown or undocumented, which usually balance each other but not exactly. There is a probability, however, that the effects of several factors will ...ArticlesTue, 11 Oct 2016 14:51:33 -0600Rapidity renormalized TMD soft and beam functions at two loops
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Contributed by: Thomas Lubbert, Joel Oredsson, Maximilian Stahlhofen. We compute the transverse momentum dependent (TMD) soft function for the production of a color-neutral nal state at the LHC within the rapidity renormalization group (RRG) framework to next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO). We use this result to extract the universal renormalized TMD beam functions (aka TMDPDFs) in the same ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:57:32 -0600Eccentric-orbit extreme-mass-ratio inspiral gravitational wave energy fluxes to 7PN order
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Contributed by: Erik Forseth, Charles R. Evans, Seth Hopper. We present new results through 7PN order on the energy flux from eccentric extreme-mass-ratio binaries. The black hole perturbation calculations are made at very high accuracy (200 decimal places) using a Mathematica code based on the Mano-Suzuki-Takasugi analytic function expansion formalism. All published coefficients in the expansion ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:54:46 -0600Eikonal gluon bremsstrahlung at finite Nc beyond two loops
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Contributed by: Yazid Delenda, Kamel Khelifa-Kerfa. We present a general formalism for computing the matrix-element squared for the emission of soft energy-ordered gluons beyond two loops in QCD perturbation theory at finite Nc. Our formalism is valid in the eikonal approximation. A Mathematica program has been developed for the automated calculation of all real/virtual eikonal squared amplitudes ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:52:40 -0600Tension-saturated and unsaturated flows from line sources in subsurface irrigation: Riesenkampf's and Philip's solutions revisited
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Contributed by: A. Kacimov, Yu. V. Obnosov. Riesenkampf's (1938), R-38 (referred to here as R-38), analytical solution for steady 2-D flow from a buried line source in a homogeneous Green-Ampt soil, with a wetting plume bounded by a free surface (capillary fringe), is compared with Philip's (1969), (P-69), one for genuinely unsaturated wetting of Gardner's infinite-extension soil. Conformal ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:50:07 -0600Aggregation effects on water base Al2O3-nanofluid over permeable wedge in mixed convection
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Contributed by: Rahmat Ellahi, Mohsin Hassan, Ahmad Zeeshan. Two-dimensional heat transfer flow of a nanofluid in the neighborhood of a stagnation point flow in the presence of mixed convection is investigated. The mathematical model consists of continuity and the momentum equations, while a new model is proposed to see the effects aggregations on water base Al2O3 nanofluid over permeable wedge. ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:46:19 -0600The Oriented Difference of Gaussians (ODOG) model of brightness perception: Overview and executable Mathematica notebooks
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Contributed by: Barbara Blakeslee, Davis Cope, Mark E. McCourt. The Oriented Difference of Gaussians (ODOG) model of brightness (perceived intensity) by Blakeslee and McCourt (Vision Research 39:4361-4377, 1999), which is based on linear spatial filtering by oriented receptive fields followed by contrast normalization, has proven highly successful in parsimoniously predicting the perceived ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:43:40 -0600Approximation of a Quantum Algorithm for Order Finding
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Contributed by: Alexander N. Prokopenya. A quantum algorithm for the computation the order of an integer, which uses the quantum Fourier transform, is discussed. The cases of the exact and approximate Fourier transform are considered, and estimates of the probability of the successful solution of the problem that significantly improve the available results are obtained. The quantum algorithm for ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:28:39 -0600Derivation of conditions of complete contact for a beam on a tensionless Winkler elastic foundation with Mathematica
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Contributed by: N. Ioakimidis. The classical problem of a beam on a tensionless Winkler elastic foundation is reconsidered for the derivation of the conditions of complete contact between the beam and the foundation. This is achieved through the application of modern quantifier elimination software included in the computer algebra sys-tem Mathematica together with Taylor-Maclaurin series ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:26:38 -0600On the complex and hyperbolic structures of the longitudinal wave equation in a magnetoelectro- elastic circular rod
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Contributed by: Haci Mehmet Baskonus, Hasan Bulut, Abdon Atangana. In this study, we improve a new analytical method called the 'Modified exp(-W(x)) expansion function method'. This method is based on the exp(-W(x)) expansion function method. We obtain new analytical solutions expressed by hyperbolic, complex and complex hyperbolic function solutions to the nonlinear longitudinal wave equation in ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:24:01 -0600Animated image GIF generation with Mathematica: Didactic simulations of electromagnetic waves and light polarization
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Contributed by: Maria Aparecida da Concei¸c˜ao dos Santos, Marinez Meneghello Passos, Sergio de Mello Arruda, Ronaldo Celso Viscovini. The animations and simulations are important didactic tools for physics teaching. They can assist in the visualization and understanding of complex physical phenomena. This work presents the use of Mathematica® to produce animated images to simulate ...ArticlesThu, 06 Oct 2016 10:20:59 -0600The Solution to Landau's Problems
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Contributed by: N. L. Aljaddou. The Solution to 'Landau's Problems'N. L. Aljaddou Properties of the 'Rho' functionPrincipal operator: ρ(p) [the prime function - delineating the number of integers between arbitrary sequenced primes].I] Goldbach's Conjecture1) Extend the definition of prime number to a generalized linear algebra vector quantity.2) Thus, primes as collinear graphs mutually ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 03 Oct 2016 14:36:46 -0600