This report documents a collection of papers on a family of uniform strain tetrahedral finite elements and their connection to different element types. Also included in the report are two papers which address the general problem of connecting dissimilar meshes in two and three dimensions. Much of the work presented here was motivated by the development of the tetrahedral element described in the report 'A Suitable Low-Order, Eight-Node Tetrahedral Finite Element For Solids,' by S. W. Key (ital et al.), SAND98-0756, March 1998.
We propose a unified framework in which to treat semantic underspecification and parallelism phenomena in discourse. The framework employs a constraint language that can express equality and subtree relations between finite trees. In addition, our constraint language can express the equality up-to relation over trees which captures parallelism between them. The constraints are solved by context unification. We demonstrate the use of our framework at the examples of quantifier scope, ellipsis, and their interaction. ...
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Research Article Convergence Theorems of Three-Step Iterative Scheme for a Finite Family of Uniformly Quasi-Lipschitzian Mappings in Convex Metric Spaces
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Equating the total energy at the start and end (potential and kinetic) yields:
(6.66) which is a quadratic in * and can be rearranged as follows:
Given the values of W = 5 lbs, h = 3.0 feet and k = 20 lbs/ft, *S = 5/20 = 0.25 ft. Substituting this in the above equation gives for the maximum deformation * = 1.5 feet or 6 *S. 188.8.131.52 Drop Test Using a Spring Having Finite Weight Let us repeat the drop test, but now assume that the bar has appreciable mass, Wb, as shown in Fig. 6.41. The uniform bar-mass model is...
We prove that in every ﬁnitely generated proﬁnite group, every subgroup of ﬁnite index is open; this implies that the topology on such groups is determined by the algebraic structure. This is deduced from the main result about ﬁnite groups: let w be a ‘locally ﬁnite’ group word and d ∈ N. Then there exists f = f (w, d) such that in every d-generator ﬁnite group G, every element of the verbal subgroup w(G) is equal to a product of f w-values.
Morphotactics and allomorphy are usually modeled in different components, leading to interface problems. To describe both uniformly, we define finite automata (FA) for allomorphy in the same feature description language used for morphotactics. Nonphonologically conditioned allomorphy is problematic in FA models but submits readily to treatment in a uniform formalism.