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Can We Avoid High Coupling? [chapter]

Craig Taube-Schock, Robert J. Walker, Ian H. Witten
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Hence we conclude that high coupling is not avoidable-and that this is in fact quite reasonable.  ...  maxim "low coupling/high cohesion".  ...  High-performance computing was provided by the Symphony High-Performance Computing Cluster at the University of Waikato.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22655-7_10 fatcat:vxr3hkeb2jasnav4vw7ws56qve

Power coupling [article]

D. Alesini
2011 arXiv   pre-print
Finally a couple of design techniques using electromagnetic codes are illustrated.  ...  We illustrate both the cases of normal-conducting and superconducting structures as well as the cases of standing-wave and travelling-wave structures.  ...  b) Once we have established if we are over-or undercoupled, we can calculate the coupling by the formulae simply derived from Eqs.  ... 
arXiv:1112.3201v1 fatcat:6ctqt7kosrewph5r5kcurxumue

Coupling strength versus coupling impact in nonidentical bidirectionally coupled dynamics

Petroula Laiou, Ralph G. Andrzejak
2017 Physical review. E  
Thus, a challenging issue is whether we can define a symmetric interaction in this asymmetric setting. To address this problem we introduce the notion of the coupling impact.  ...  We find that the coupling impact, but not the coupling strength, correctly detects a symmetric interaction between pairs of coupled dynamics regardless of their degree of asymmetry.  ...  High accuracy of the estimation of the coupling strength and coupling impact values.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.95.012210 pmid:28208360 fatcat:i7fs6obnezayhikutthqpfn6lm


1848 Scientific American  
The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is the Ad-Nothing can be more authentic than the accounts of the automaton we are abou t to describe.  ...  The above we have seen and tried and must pronounce it to be fallacious. Any person can try the experiment easily, and become satisfied of its worthlessness.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican05061848-264e fatcat:r46wshukkvdldhozrbrguynoi4

Capacitively-coupled and inductively-coupled excitons in bilayer MoS_2 [article]

Lukas Sponfeldner, Nadine Leisgang, Shivangi Shree, Ioannis Paradisanos, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Cedric Robert, Delphine Lagarde, Andrea Balocchi, Xavier Marie, Iann C. Gerber, Bernhard Urbaszek (+1 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
It is shown that the measured optical susceptibility reveals both the magnitude and the sign of the coupling constants.  ...  Conversely, the interlayer exciton interacts inductively with the intralayer A-exciton (negative coupling constant).  ...  We focus here on the avoided crossings. At the IE-B avoided crossing, one of the B-excitons couples to the IE, the other does not.  ... 
arXiv:2108.04248v1 fatcat:uvjbctzcrrbmpetpt5uucjleui

Virtual Critical Coupling [article]

Younes Radi, Alex Krasnok, Andrea Alú
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Here, we extend the notion of critical coupling to high-Q lossless resonators based on tailoring the temporal profile of the excitation wave.  ...  Utilizing coupled-mode theory, we demonstrate an effect analogous to critical coupling by mimicking loss with non-monochromatic excitations at complex frequencies.  ...  Under the critical coupling condition, we avoid loss in the form of reflections from the cavity, and also avoid dissipation of the stored energy, simply because the cavity is lossless. small), based on  ... 
arXiv:2002.00487v1 fatcat:udmv65odjfbjfg66xmbt43vv7y

Soft/hard exchange-coupled layered structures with modulated exchange coupling

Shi-Shen Yan, M. Elkawni, D. S. Li, H. Garmestani, J. P. Liu, J. L. Weston, G. Zangari
2003 Journal of Applied Physics  
The simple formula used before to describe the nucleation field of the soft layer does not work in the case of the reduced interfacial exchange coupling.  ...  It was found that the reduction in the exchange coupling greatly reduces the nucleation field H N of the soft layer and increases the irreversible switching field H irr of the hard layer.  ...  B-riched phase should be avoided in between the soft and hard phases to achieve a high magnetic energy product.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.1604931 fatcat:42pdfuke35g4td5pfyw7kg756y

Wagon Coupling

1886 Scientific American  
As the reach is FARQUHAR'S WAGON COUPLING.  ...  This coupling, for connecting the front and rear ends tlf a wagon, is the invention of Mr. B. L. E'arquhar, Of Gratis, O.  ...  The following sound reasoning we find in the A meri can Agriculturist.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican05081886-290 fatcat:agm33g4dbvfn3jukqp43pp22ky

Coupled inverted pendulums

Heiko Hamann, Thomas Schmickl, Karl Crailsheim
2011 Proceedings of the 13th annual conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation - GECCO '11  
In this approach, the challenge is to achieve high evaluation numbers with the available resources which may even affect the feasibility of this approach.  ...  We propose such a benchmark and report an empirical study of its characteristics including the transition from the single-robot setting to the multi-robot setting, typical local optima, and properties  ...  The coupling between modules is a property that changes continuously (from no coupling in solitary actions to a high degree of coupling in case of physically connected modules) and should be represented  ... 
doi:10.1145/2001576.2001604 dblp:conf/gecco/HamannSC11 fatcat:rxdlkspf2zf7rpox6ydpgxmrle

Stochastic coupled cluster theory: Efficient sampling of the coupled cluster expansion

Charles J. C. Scott, Alex J. W. Thom
2017 Journal of Chemical Physics  
We consider the sampling of the coupled cluster expansion within stochastic coupled cluster theory.  ...  Observing the limitations of previous approaches due to the inherently non-linear behaviour of a coupled cluster wavefunction representation we propose new approaches based upon an intuitive, well-defined  ...  As all clusters within a given combination will result in the same excitation level of cluster, we can simply only sample those combinations that result in clusters that can couple to a stored coefficient  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.4991795 pmid:28964015 fatcat:u3gtkziyzrea7o7da2dllozcvi

The Impact of Behavioral Couple Therapy on Attachment in Distressed Couples

Lisa A. Benson, Mia Sevier, Andrew Christensen
2013 Journal of Marital & Family Therapy  
that although there is a trend for early change in attachment-related anxiety and avoidance to predict later change in marital satisfaction, early change in marital satisfaction strongly predicts change  ...  Multilevel models of data from 134 couples participating in a randomized clinical trial of Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy and Traditional Behavioral Couple Therapy (Christensen et al., 2004) indicate  ...  That is, only at high levels of partner pretreatment avoidance do we see a positive relationship between DAS and current avoidance.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jmft.12020 pmid:25800417 pmcid:PMC4581532 fatcat:mhlty5haafbslgsy2ovegci4li

Couple Communication in Stepfamilies

2007 Family Process  
We assessed couple problem-solving communication in 65 stepfamily and 52 first-time-marrying couples, with each group stratified into high risk and low risk for relationship problems based on family-oforigin  ...  Stepfamily couples do not exhibit the negative communication evident in high-risk first-time-marrying couples, and available relationship education programs that focus on reducing negative communication  ...  Alternatively, the experience of destructive conflict that often precedes the breakup of a first marriage can be highly stressful (Sweeper & Halford, 2006) , and such experience might prompt avoidance  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1545-5300.2007.00226.x pmid:18092580 fatcat:bg7tggr4zjgzzkkoxkyjvshiyu

Dark coupling

M.B Gavela, D Hernández, L. Lopez Honorez, O Mena, S Rigolin
2009 Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics  
Background and linear density perturbation evolution equations are developed for a generic coupling.  ...  We then establish the general conditions necessary to obtain models free from early time non-adiabatic instabilities.  ...  Acknowledgments We are indebted to M. Beltrán and R. Ruiz de Austri for their kind help. We also acknowledge R. Jiménez  ... 
doi:10.1088/1475-7516/2009/07/034 fatcat:a3lmrpqwhjga3lbhzp6h3xyaom

Satisfied and Dissatisfied Couples

Anna Bertoni, Guy Bodenmann
2010 European Psychologist  
styles (more compromise and less violence, avoidance and offence) as well as a better relationship with their family of origin.  ...  styles (more compromise and less violence, avoidance and offence) as well as a better relationship with their family of origin.  ...  We remind readers that the MAT produces an overall score that can vary from 2 to 158.  ... 
doi:10.1027/1016-9040/a000015 fatcat:m4va2p5mjre6phdvabcanhzyva

Strong Coupling and Classicalization [chapter]

Gia Dvali
2017 The Future of Our Physics Including New Frontiers  
In short, the theory trades the strong coupling for a high-multiplicity of quanta.  ...  At very high energies, the outcome of such a scattering experiment is a production of soft states of high occupation number that are approximately classical.  ...  Because of the high occupation numbers these states behave approximately-classically. Hence, we can say that the theory self-UV-completes by classicalization.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789813208292_0005 fatcat:5nn3fmfeuje6pj3hyptbblfnwa
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