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Scaling properties of the fermi-ulam accelerator model
The chaotic low energy region (chaotic sea) of the Fermi-Ulam accelerator model is discussed within a scaling framework near the integrable to non-integrable transition. Scaling results for the average quantities (velocity, ...
Cauchy-Stieltjes Integral on Time Scales in Banach Spaces and Hysteresis Operators
(Amer Inst Physics, 2012-01-01)
The play operator has a fundamental importance in the theory of hysteresis. It was studied in various settings as shown by P. Krejci and Ph. Laurencot in 2002. In that work it was considered the Young integral in the frame ...
A scale-space approach for multiscale shape analysis
Currently, given the widespread of computers through society, the task of recognizing visual patterns is being more and more automated, in particular to treat the large and growing amount of digital images available. Two ...
Universality and Scaling Limit of Weakly-Bound Tetramers
(American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2012-01-01)
The occurrence of a new limit cycle in few-body physics, expressing a universal scaling function relating the binding energies of two successive tetramer states, is revealed by considering a renormalized zero-range two-body ...
StructMatrix: large-scale visualization of graphs by means of structure detection and dense matrices
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – IEEEAtlantic City, 2015-11)
Given a large-scale graph with millions of nodes and edges, how to reveal macro patterns of interest, like cliques, bi-partite cores, stars, and chains? Furthermore, how to visualize such patterns altogether getting insights ...