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  • Tham khảo sách 'mixed boundary value problems© 2008', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, tự động hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • This paper describes a novel instancebased sentence boundary determination method for natural language generation that optimizes a set of criteria based on examples in a corpus. Compared to existing sentence boundary determination approaches, our work offers three significant contributions. First, our approach provides a general domain independent framework that effectively addresses sentence boundary determination by balancing a comprehensive set of sentence complexity and quality related constraints.

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  • In relaxation problems, you have to choose values for the independent variable at the mesh points. This is called allocating the grid or mesh. The usual procedure is to pick a plausible set of values and, if it works, to be content. If it doesn’t work

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  • have clients that say, “I never thought this would happen to me.” Throughout their twenties, when they only had themselves to look after, they did just that, thought about themselves. They made time for their friends, had nights out with the girls, painted their toenails and spent hours in the bath with their faces covered in some gooey, smelly substance that promised eternal youth

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  • A critical point concerning this approach: As project manager, you must set boundaries on the range of tasks and also ensure that there is a complete understanding of task goals. For example, a project team member who is assigned the job of interpreting market test data will need you to tell him what tests to apply and to check conclusions with you before simply incorporating them into the final report. As project manager, you must stay in touch with the team, both to supervise when necessary and to be available if problems do arise.

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  • ON A BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM FOR NONLINEAR FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ROBERT HAKL Received 21 August 2004 and in revised form 1 March 2005 We consider the problem u (t) = H(u)(t) + Q(u)(t), u(a) = h(u), where H,Q : C([a,b];R) αβ → L([a,b];R) are, in general, nonlinear continuous operators, H ∈ ab (g0 ,g1 , p0 , p1 ), and h : C([a,b];R) → R is a continuous functional. Efficient conditions sufficient for the solvability and unique solvability of the problem considered are established. 1.

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  • In the design of an integrated circuit, the designer is faced with the challenge of having circuits and systems function over multiple operating points. From the point of view of performance, the circuit must meet its speed requirements over a range of voltages and temperatures that reflect the environment that the circuit is operating in. Also while the performance requirement must be met at a set of worst-case conditions for speed, the power requirement must be simultaneously met at another set of worstcase conditions for power....

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  • Sequential Method ( Preprocessing Methods) Parrarel Method missing value is taking into account in main process knowledge mining.Do Not Impute ( parrarel method) Case Deletion / Row Ignoring. Fill in the missing value / Imputation Method.The rising of new pattern because of wrong imputation method Biasing natural pattern in original data.Given a set of objects, the overall objective of clustering is to divide the data set into groups based on similarity of objects, and to minimize the intra-cluster dissimilarity.

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  • where φ(x) is chosen by us. Written in terms of the mesh variable q, this equation is dx ψ = dq φ(x) (17.5.7) Notice that φ(x) should be chosen to be positive definite, so that the density of mesh points is everywhere positive. Otherwise (17.5.7) can have a zero in its denominator. To use automated mesh spacing, you add the three ODEs (17.5.5) and (17.5.7) to your set of equations

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  • BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR THE 2ND-ORDER SEIBERG-WITTEN EQUATIONS CELSO MELCHIADES DORIA Received 8 June 2004 It is shown that the nonhomogeneous Dirichlet and Neuman problems for the 2nd-order Seiberg-Witten equation on a compact 4-manifold X admit a regular solution once the nonhomogeneous Palais-Smale condition is satisfied. The approach consists in applying the elliptic techniques to the variational setting of the Seiberg-Witten equation. The gauge invariance of the functional allows to restrict the problem to the Coulomb subspace C of configuration space.

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  • This manual provides an introduction to Rational Rose. Rational Rose is the visual modeling tool that is part of a comprehensive set of tools that embody software engineering best practices and span the entire software development life cycle. Rational Rose helps improve communication both within teams and across team boundaries, reducing development time and improving software quality. This guide is intended for all users of Rational Rose, including administrators, analysts, architects, and developers....

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  • Solving PDEs generally means you must take the time to set up the underlying equations, material properties, and boundary conditions for a given problem. COMSOL Multiphysics, however, relieves you of much of this work. The package provides a number of application modes that consist of predefined templates and user interfaces already set up with equations and variables for specific areas of physics. Special properties allow the selection of, for instance, analysis type and model formulations.

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  • This book contains some of the contributions, divided into five main sections, that have been carefully selected and peer-reviewed, which were presented at the International Symposium MME06 Mathematical Methods in Engineering, held in Cankaya University, Ankara, April 27—29, 2006. The Symposium provided a setting for discussing recent developments in Fractional Mathematics, Neutrices and Generalized Functions, Boundary Value Problems, Applications of Wavelets, Dynamical Systems and Control Theory....

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  • Since the establishment of the conductive properties of intrinsic conductive polymers, a huge variety of basic and applied research has been carried out, involving different polymers, copolymers, blends, mixtures and composites. Thus, fundamental understanding of physical and chemical properties of these materials has been sought, while the applied aspects have advanced very rapidly, crossing the boundaries between disciplines. Today, the applications of conducting polymers in various fields such as neuroscience, nanotechnology and green chemistry, are easily found.

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  • 16 Vibration Reduction via the Boundary Control Method 16.1 16.2 16.3 Siddharth P. Nagarkatti Lucent Technologies Introduction Cantilevered Beam System Model • Model-Based Boundary Control Law • Experimental Trials Axially Moving Web System Model • Model-Based Boundary Control Law • Experimental Trials 16.4 16.5 Flexible Link Robot Arm System Model • Model-Based Boundary Control Law • Experimental Trials Darren M. Dawson Clemson University Summary 16.

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  • Wavelets in Boundary Integral Equations Numerical treatment of integral equations can be found in classic books [1, 2]. In this chapter the integral equations obtained from field analysis of electromagnetic wave scattering, radiating, and guiding problems are solved by the wavelet expansion method [3–7]. The integral equations are converted into a system of linear algebraic equations. The subsectional bases, namely the pulses or piecewise sinusoidal (PWS) modes, are replaced by a set of orthogonal wavelets.

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  • In this paper we study Lipschitz solutions of partial differential relations of the form (1) ∇u(x) ∈ K a.e. in Ω, where u is a (Lipschitz) mapping of an open set Ω ⊂ Rn into Rm , ∇u(x) is its gradient (i.e. the matrix ∂ui (x)/∂xj , 1 ≤ i ≤ m, 1 ≤ j ≤ n, defined for almost every x ∈ Ω), and K is a subset of the set M m×n of all real m × n matrices. In addition to relation (1), boundary conditions and other conditions on u will also be considered. Relation (1)...

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  • A quantitative sharp form of the classical isoperimetric inequality is proved, thus giving a positive answer to a conjecture by Hall. 1. Introduction The classical isoperimetric inequality states that if E is a Borel set in Rn , n ≥ 2, with finite Lebesgue measure |E|, then the ball with the same volume has a lower perimeter, or, equivalently, that (1.1) 1/n nωn |E|(n−1)/n ≤ P (E) . Here P (E) denotes the distributional perimeter of E (which coincides with the classical (n − 1)-dimensional measure of ∂E when E has a smooth boundary) and ωn is the measure of the...

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  • This paper considers a trapped characteristic initial value problem for the spherically symmetric Einstein-Maxwell-scalar field equations. For an open set of initial data whose closure contains in particular Reissner-Nordstr¨m data, o the future boundary of the maximal domain of development is found to be a light-like surface along which the curvature blows up, and yet the metric can be continuously extended beyond it. This result is related to the strong cosmic censorship conjecture of Roger Penrose. ...

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  • In this paper we improve an earlier result by Bukhgeim and Uhlmann [1], by showing that in dimension n ≥ 3, the knowledge of the Cauchy data for the Schr¨dinger equation measured on possibly very small subsets of the o boundary determines uniquely the potential. We follow the general strategy of [1] but use a richer set of solutions to the Dirichlet problem. This implies a similar result for the problem of Electrical Impedance Tomography which consists in determining the conductivity of a body by making voltage and current measurements at the boundary. ...

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