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We study and compare two combinatorial lowness notions: strong jump-traceability and well-approximability of the jump, by strengthening the notion of jump-traceability and super-lowness for sets of natural ... We characterize jump-traceability and strong jump-traceability in terms of Kolmogorov complexity. We also investigate other properties of these lowness properties. ... The third author was partially supported by NUS grant number R252-000-212-112. Major parts of this paper were written while S. Figueira and F. ...doi:10.1016/j.apal.2007.11.002 fatcat:xhfbk5gyz5dzbo4fyzmiek3mt4
We study and compare two combinatorial lowness notions: strong jump-traceability and well-approximability of the jump, by strengthening the notion of jump-traceability and super-lowness for sets of natural ... We characterize jump-traceability and strong jump-traceability in terms of Kolmogorov complexity. We also investigate other properties of these lowness properties. ... Large parts of this paper were written while S. Figueira and F. Stephan visited New Zealand supported by the Marsden Fund. ...doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2005.05.025 fatcat:tb2bqz5fezddrdlvtf7it6lt6q
and creep evolution (down-jumps) khson on volume and stress relaxation of low mo- lecular weight glasses. ... The work differs from that of other researchers in that more than two properties are compared and the comparisons are made at several temperatures. ...
The characteristic properties of the upper layer at the toe of the jump, r = r,, can be coupled to those at the exit of the surface impingement region. ... An approximate momen- tum analysis of two-dimensional internal jumps in a two-layer system was formulated by Yih and Guha (23), and the solution to the resulting system of equations sought by various investigators ...
depends on the gas and on the wall properties. ... be seen that it may not be consistent to neglect the change in « at low wall temperatures and then to apply a slip-and-jump correction, which may be of the same order of magnitude as the change due to ...doi:10.2514/8.9563 fatcat:n4cdl7o7rnabfgcvorwg2tqgpy
a proper subclass of the bases for Demuth randomness, and hence of the strongly jump traceable sets. (4) The c.e. sets Turing below each ω 2 -computably approximable Martin-Löf random set satisfy a new ... We use Demuth randomness to study strong lowness properties of computably enumerable sets, and sometimes of ∆ 0 2 sets. (1) A set A ⊆ N is called a base for Demuth randomness if some set Y Turing above ... Downey and Greenberg  showed that in fact each strongly jump traceable set, c.e. or not, is K-trivial. A taxonomy of lowness properties has been introduced in [20, Section 6] and  . ...doi:10.1016/j.apal.2011.12.011 fatcat:wwrz4p4uonelhffmzbc2yjrzwi
Dynamical and thermodynamic properties of water at room temperature in Ca-and hexadecyltrimethylammonium-(HDTMA) exchanged bentonite were determined for 4 different water contents (-0.03-0.55 g water g-i ... A linear relationship was found between water acti,sity and the translational diffusion coefficient, although at the highest water content, the diffusion coefficient of water for the HDTMA-clay was approximately ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work has benefited from the use of the 1PNS at Argonne National Laboratory. This facility is funded by the U.S. ...doi:10.1346/ccmn.1999.0470103 fatcat:maqob5kzgvaevimuby5rgy7oiu
Physical Review B
We also observe simultaneous atomic jumps in different TLS below 30 K and suggest that this is evidence of strong interaction between TLS below this temperature scale. ... We use molecular dynamics simulations to characterize low-energy two-level systems ͑TLS͒ in glasses. ... Payne and A. Heuer. K.T. is grateful to EPSRC and Darwin College, Cambridge, for support. MT acknowledeges the support of Glasstone Fellowship of Oxford University. ...doi:10.1103/physrevb.73.012203 fatcat:mxxnsghxsrhltnkcpldyyovdc4
We prove that the class of total enumeration degrees and the class of low enumeration degrees are first order definable in the local substructure of the enumeration degree, consisting of the elements bounded ... We give an alternative definition of the enumeration jump operator. ... Approximations with the property above will be called K-approximations. Definability of the enumeration jump. ...doi:10.1090/s0002-9947-2014-06157-6 fatcat:wercfxy3jngjzjldy4ad5flqty
PURPOSE-This study sought to elucidate the effects of a low-and high-load jump resistance exercise (RE) training protocol on cortical bone of the tibia and femur mid-diaphyses. ... Animals in the HRE and LRE groups performed 15 sessions of jump RE for 5 weeks. ... Research Institute (SAB), and by the National Institutes of Health (AG01025; JDF). ...doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000000195 pmid:24743108 pmcid:PMC3992436 fatcat:nkmebrcdgra53kc4iugg2b5kvi
Vertebrate animals exploit the elastic properties of their tendons in several different ways. ... Thirdly, tendon elasticity affects the control of muscles, enhancing force control at the expense of position control. ᮊ ... Tendon has low energy dissipation, returning in an elastic recoil approximately 93% of the work previously done stretching it, and dissipating only 7% as heat. ...doi:10.1016/s1095-6433(02)00143-5 pmid:12485689 fatcat:oq4bexcaurcf5ng2ovxukozccy
The ENOwavelet transform retains the essential properties and advantages of standard wavelet transforms such as concentrating the energy to the low frequencies, obtaining maximum accuracy, maintained up ... In particular, the jumps in the low frequency part is not spread widely as in the standard transform. ... Both use low frequency approximations (the reconstructions are obtained from low frequency coefficients α J−3 only, where α J is the original image) and store the same number of coefficients ( 1 64 of ...doi:10.1137/s0036142900370915 fatcat:dx2trd2uofcwtmopurfmwnryvu
Journal of the Aerospace Sciences
be seen that it may not be consistent to neglect the change in « at low wall temperatures and then to apply a slip-and-jump correction, which may be of the same order of magnitude as the change due to ... of boundary layers without slip and jump. ...
We show that all levels of the jump hierarchy are first order definable in the local structure of the enumeration degrees. ... On the other hand we already saw that Γ(A) ≤ e X, so by monotonicity of the jump operation Γ(A) ≤ e X . ... All degrees in the interval (0 e , b] have the same jump as a and one of them is bounded by a total low n degree, hence a is low n . ...doi:10.3233/com-170072 fatcat:zv2qqdu2tbhm5jf76lxlffog3m
During the strain rate jump, the deformation rate is rapidly increased by approximately six orders of magnitude. ... In this work, the low and high rate deformation of the specimen was recorded with a combination of low and high-speed digital cameras and analyzed using the Digital Image Correlation technique. ...  and Talonen  , the strong increase of the strain-hardening rate observed after approximately 0.15 low strain rate deformation can be explained by the martensitic phase transformation. ...doi:10.1051/epjconf/201818302026 fatcat:2pvrnodqhbfibndewpnlazi7ie
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