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Hypothesis of Cyclic Structures of Pre- and Consciousness as a Transition in Neuron-like Graphs to a Special Type of Symmetry

Vladimir Aristov, Ivan Stepanyan
2022 Symmetry  
With the complication of a random Erdőos-Rényi (ER) graph during the percolation transition from the tree structure to the large cluster structures is obtained.  ...  These cluster and cyclic structures can be interpreted as the primary elements of consciousness and as a necessary condition for the effect of consciousness itself.  ...  It is a tweaked version of the water cycle algorithm that is applied to adapt an artificial neural network computationally.  ... 
doi:10.3390/sym14030505 fatcat:aaugpawcgzghvgrvctrvzd5m4u

Pore network modeling of phase change in PEM fuel cell fibrous cathode

Mahmoudreza Aghighi, Jeff Gostick
2017 Journal of Applied Electrochemistry  
vapor to and from condensed water clusters.  ...  This algorithm represents a significant improvement over previous pore network models that only considered capillary invasion of water from the catalyst layer and provides useful insights into the mechanism  ...  easily incorporate two phase flow; and since the water invasion is capillary dominated, simple percolation algorithms are sufficient to model the movement of liquid water.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10800-017-1126-6 fatcat:lf26piriejgx7ptfzp7hyt7r7q

Snow Facies Over Ice Sheets Derived From Envisat Active and Passive Observations

Ngan Tran, FrÉdÉrique Remy, Hui Feng, Pierre Femenias
2008 IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  
The approach is based on a clustering method.  ...  It could also be useful for estimating elevation uncertainty in altimeter data, which, in turn, is essential to correctly interpret the significance of the rates of elevation change in a changing climate  ...  Moore, who kindly provided his FCM routines, which form the basis of the classification development, and the two anonymous reviewers for their suggested improvements to this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tgrs.2008.2000818 fatcat:lga44abhvngk3eb3rnwprz2cry

Brain-Inspired Data Transmission in Dense Wireless Network

Łukasz Kułacz, Adrian Kliks
2021 Sensors  
Among the structure and modes of operation of such an ultra-dense network of neurons and glial cells, the authors selected the most worthwhile when planning a dense wireless network.  ...  Achieved results showed the prospective improvement of the reliability of the wireless networks while applying proposed bio-inspired solutions and keeping the transmission extremely simple.  ...  . • A mathematical analysis of the percolation threshold for the dense wireless network is provided. • The LOADng routing algorithm is significantly improved to deal with self-interference.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21020576 pmid:33467437 pmcid:PMC7830927 fatcat:igtsapjr5rgnlmwoeuhp7nho5q

3-D characterization of weathered building limestones by high resolution synchrotron X-ray microtomography

O. Rozenbaum
2011 Science of the Total Environment  
The paper also discusses criteria for mathematically determining whether a stone is weathered or not.  ...  Results show that 3-D image analysis is a powerful technique to characterise the morphological, structural and topological differences due to weathering.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Marco Stampanoni and Amela Grosso (PSI, SLS, Villingen) for scientific support concerning the tomography experiments and Ary Bruand (ISTO) for his comments  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.02.014 pmid:21377194 fatcat:pzm36m2mubfndgyg3jn5udnkzy

Advancing Concrete Durability Research through X-ray Computed Tomography

Takafumi Sugiyama, Michael Angelo B. Promentilla
2021 Journal of advanced concrete technology  
Radiation technology such as X-ray computed tomography (X-ray CT) is a powerful tool for materials research.  ...  With the introduction of novel experimental techniques, deterioration or microstructure changes in hydrated cement systems, for example, attributed to calcium leaching, freeze-thaw cycles, elevated temperature  ...  Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge SPring-8, a large synchrotron radiation facility, by allowing them to use the world leading apparatus, with the approval of the Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research  ... 
doi:10.3151/jact.19.730 fatcat:o5v4qmwvrvfkpkvbayqd7tfava

Percolation threshold and scattering power law of gelatin gels

Y. Piñeiro, M. A. López-Quintela, J. Rivas, D. Leisner
2009 Physical Review E  
Power laws observed on the gel point-mainly obtained by dynamic light scattering ͑DLS͒-are considered to be the signature of some special dynamic phenomena ascribed to the appearance of a percolation cluster  ...  We ascribe the percolation point to the time where the scattering medium mode diverges. This mode is sensitive to the clusters' growth and diverges when the system attains the percolation threshold.  ...  thermal conditions, different from random walk ͑RW͒ configurations obtained by a simple percolative scheme.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.79.041409 pmid:19518235 fatcat:a5maya6mnjh6di3yi65xev2nnq

Reliability of resistivity quantification for shallow subsurface water processes

J. Rings, C. Hauck
2009 Journal of Applied Geophysics  
A method comprising numerical simulations of water movement in soil and forward-inverse modeling of ERT surveys for two synthetic data sets is presented.  ...  An ensemble and clustering approach is introduced in which ensembles of 50 different inversion models for one data set are created by randomly varying the parameters for a regularisation based inversion  ...  The movement 84 of a water front, caused by infiltrating rainfall, is simulated over time. 85 Characteristic states of water percolation are identified (starting with a 86 completely dry soil) and a  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jappgeo.2009.03.008 fatcat:56odqp4b4regpgrjvpql4ocqwm

Integration of flow battery for resilience enhancement of advanced distribution grids

Mayank Panwar, Sayonsom Chanda, Manish Mohanpurkar, Yusheng Luo, Fernando Dias, Rob Hovsapian, Anurag K. Srivastava
2019 International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems  
This framework and the composite resilience metric can play a unique role in operational and design decisions for operating future distribution grids.  ...  A B S T R A C T This paper presents a real-time simulation and hardware-based approach for systematic integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) in advanced distribution grids with a special focus  ...  Acknowledgements Funding: This work was supported by the Water Power Technologies Office, Department of Energy under the contract DE-AC07-05ID14517.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijepes.2019.01.024 fatcat:fxu7vextabhtjfckbfiq2qukz4

Competitive percolation strategies for network recovery

Andrew M. Smith, Márton Pósfai, Martin Rohden, Andrés D. González, Leonardo Dueñas-Osorio, Raissa M. D'Souza
2019 Scientific Reports  
We propose a novel competitive percolation recovery model accounting for node demand and supply, and network structure.  ...  Our model well approximates realistic recovery strategies, suppressing growth of the largest connected component through a process analogous to explosive percolation.  ...  Army Research Office under MURI award number W911NF-13-1-0340, from DARPA award W911NF-17-1-0077, and from the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning, funded by the National Institute of Standards  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-019-48036-0 pmid:31413357 pmcid:PMC6694175 fatcat:cve2ad6la5aspfkc5ihc5h4kom

Hydrology-oriented forest management trade-offs. A modeling framework coupling field data, simulation results and Bayesian Networks

Alberto Garcia-Prats, María González-Sanchis, Antonio D. Del Campo, Cristina Lull
2018 Science of the Total Environment  
This resource was made available to 21 the stand, which increased the evapotranspiration and its components, the soil water content and 22 a slightly increase of deep percolation.  ...  Water, carbon and nitrogen cycles, and forest fire risk were included in the 14 modeling framework.  ...  Keetch and Byram Drought Index (KBDI) 283 There exists a wide variety of meteorological, drought and dryness indices employed as forest daily simple water balance and accounts for cumulative soil water  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.05.134 pmid:29803044 fatcat:4ts2xhpxhvhfzgidowzwklitkq

A Mechanistic Pore-Scale Analysis of the Low-Salinity Effect in Heterogeneously Wetted Porous Media [article]

Michael G. Watson, Steven R. McDougall
2019 arXiv   pre-print
For networks that contain spanning clusters of both water-wet and oil-wet (OW) pores prior to flooding, our results demonstrate that the OW pores contain the only viable source of incremental oil recovery  ...  The wettability of the pore structure is modified in regions where water salinity falls below a critical threshold, and simulations show that this can have significant consequences for oil recovery.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank TOTAL S.A. for their invaluable technical support and financial assistance.  ... 
arXiv:1908.02874v1 fatcat:gbgtmrmzx5euxmbop2pjifeoly

Competitive percolation strategies for network recovery [article]

Andrew M. Smith, Márton Pósfai, Martin Rohden, Andrés D. Gonzáles, Leonardo Dueńas-Osorio, Raissa M. D'Souza
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a novel competitive percolation recovery model accounting for node demand and supply, and network structure.  ...  Our model well approximates realistic recovery strategies, suppressing growth of the largest connected component through a process analogous to explosive percolation.  ...  As a result, we do not consider this algorithm for further studies.  ... 
arXiv:1903.00689v1 fatcat:jxrocxqaenarlk4ak2vaoezfai

Simultaneous oil recovery and residual gas storage: A pore-level analysis using in situ X-ray micro-tomography

S. Iglauer, A. Paluszny, M.J. Blunt
2013 Fuel  
Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge our sponsor Shell under the Shell Grand Challenge on Clean Fossil Fuels and the Elettra Synchrotron Light Source Facility in Trieste, Italy, for providing  ...  [37] for a detailed analysis) and surrounded by brine -before the gas flood starts, a) oil is subject to much less mobilisation by gas and the subsequent waterflood (compare S 3p or = 0.293 for the  ...  There is some displacement of oil but still the majority remains trapped after a further waterflood cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.fuel.2012.06.094 fatcat:4jdbx6txkvawjmhukbmagz433a

Modeling the structural changes of tortilla chips during frying

V. Rajkumar, Rosana Moreira, M. Barrufet
2003 Journal of Food Engineering  
Cluster identity (oil, water, air, solid), number of clusters, cluster size, and mean size were determined. Cluster statistics were further provided for different frying conditions.  ...  The model predicted maximum oil absorption in a control tortilla chip during the first 10 s of frying, which coincided with maximum water evaporation also observed during the first 10 s of frying.  ...  The processor is a 64-bit superscalar CPU running at 200 megahertz, capable of performing up to 2 integer and 2 floating-point simultaneous operations per clock cycle, for a peak performance of 400 MegaFLOPS  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0260-8774(03)00037-2 fatcat:7iv3q7yiwvebfkqg7oufrmhamy
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