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Page 166 of Behavioral Science Vol. 6, Issue 2 [page]

1961 Behavioral Science  
Program Language: Datatron 205 Machine Code, Running Time: Running time depends upon the degree of the polynominal equation.  ...  A problem solving 1200 ob- servations on 40 items was run in 40 min- utes. The Distribution Program Generator makes the computer economical for obtain- ing distributions in all but small problems.  ... 

Aspect angle estimation of targets in forward-looking infrared images using the model-based vision approach

Prabir Bhattacharya
1994 Optical Engineering: The Journal of SPIE  
So, the database library of the rotated views of the models could be made more extensive without causing a strain on the computing time if we use the FFT to speed up the computing time needed.  ...  Much work has been done on the problem of shape recognition from single or multiple silhouettes.37" Adaptation of one of these methods would make the matching algorithm more effective in real-time situations  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.179385 fatcat:y6nrssnagzbthii6n6wmu72ase

Page 52 of Automation and Remote Control Vol. 24, Issue 7 [page]

1963 Automation and Remote Control  
For a few of the systems with delay that were considered the period T was chosen equal to or an integral number of times smaller than the delay time, In this article the following problems are set up;  ...  To this end anexact computation of the process is usually performed also, and this proves to be possible because of the simplicity of the single-loop systems being considered, In the case of one system  ... 

NP Problem in Quantum Algorithm [chapter]

Masanori Ohya, Natsuki Masuda
2008 Selected Papers of M Ohya  
In this paper, we discuss this aspect in SAT (satisfiability) problem, and it is shown that the SAT can be solved in plynomial time by means of quantum algorithm.  ...  In complexity theory, there exists a famous unsolved problem whether NP can be P or not.  ...  Acknowledgment: One of the authors (MO) appreciate Professor A. Ekert for his critical reading and valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812794208_0012 fatcat:joreseew55bjzowfm5qamm5ldu

NP problem in quantum algorithm [article]

Masanori Ohya, Natsuki Masuda
1998 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we discuss this aspect in SAT (satisfiability) problem, and it is shown that the SAT can be solved in plynomial time by means of quantum algorithm.  ...  In complexity theory, there exists a famous unsolved problem whether NP can be P or not.  ...  Acknowledgment: One of the authors (MO) appreciate Professor A. Ekert for his critical reading and valuable comments.  ... 
arXiv:quant-ph/9809075v2 fatcat:iaiui7vwcraa3co4qg3dmf5lby

Page 5 of Applied Mechanics Reviews Vol. 14, Issue 1 [page]

1961 Applied Mechanics Reviews  
Whenever a continuous record is sampled at discrete times to obtain data from which an energy spectrum (or autocorrelation function) is to be computed, the problem arises of the appearance of spectral  ...  ., On the increase of convergence rates of relaxation procedures for elliptic partial difference equations, J]. Assn. Comput. Machy. 7, 1, 29-36, Jan. 1960.  ... 

Computational accuracy of the VOF method using the CIP method for solving advections of density functions

Fumihiko YAMADA, Kiyoshi TAKIKAWA, Masakazu IIO
1998 Journal of Applied Mechanics  
A computational technique for improving the accuracy of both recognizing the free surface and satisfying mass-conservation in fluid problems is presented.  ...  Furthermore, because the advective equation of density functions is used for tracking free surface advection, a computational scheme having less numerical diffusion must be considered.  ...  Cokelet: The deformation of steep surface waves on water, Proc. Roy. Soc. London, A364, pp.1-28, 1976 10) Nakayana, T.: Boundary element analysis of nonlinear water wave problems", Int. J. Num.  ... 
doi:10.2208/journalam.1.283 fatcat:eunfejc4l5afha4rglecok5r2u

Page 137 of Chemical Engineering Vol. 67, Issue 16 [page]

1960 Chemical Engineering  
The one-dimensional heat conduction equation written in dimensionless form will serve as an illus- tration of one type of problem frequently encountered in unsteady state heat transfer.  ...  .* Numerical approximations for the partial differ- ential equations in heat transfer may be derived by the use of either polynomials in time and the coordinates or physical models of the actual problem  ... 

The complexity of propositional modal theories and the complexity of consistency of propositional modal theories [chapter]

Cheng-Chia Chen, I-Peng Lin
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A b s t r a c t This paper is concerned with the Computational complexity of the following problems for various modal logics L: (1).  ...  The L-consistency problem: given a finite set of formulas S, determine if the theory THL(S) is consistent.  ...  Let s be any language accepted by an alternating Taring machine TM which operates in space s(n), where s is a polynominal, Without loss of generality, assume that s(n) is computable in time polynominal  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58140-5_8 fatcat:oqdpi6g6j5adxci4p5rc22h2eu


The results reveal that the model can compute multiphase flow fields with the dynamic behavior of multiple rigid bodies appropriately and is capable of reducing the computation time in comparison with  ...  interpolation One- dimensional solver, Computer Physics Communications, Vol. 66, pp.219-232, 1991. 6) Yabe T: Unified Solver CIP for Solid,Liquid and Gas, Computational Fluid Dynamics Review 1997,  ... 
doi:10.2208/prooe.23.207 fatcat:w4gryooj4rhz5gcprkjdcywx7y

MOESM2 of Karachi tides during the 1945 Makran tsunami

Loyce Adams, Brian Atwater, Haider Hasan
2018 Figshare  
Then in Sections A.1 and A.2 these times and heights are computed.  ...  Time differences can be computed using columns B (predicted) and H (observed) in Table S3.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7138598 fatcat:2g5j2z6nrfg63na6d5bfei7yt4

Stroboscopic quantization of autonomous systems [article]

Bruno Eckhardt, Uzy Smilansky
2000 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce a semiclassical quantization method which is based on a stroboscopic description of the classical and the quantum flows.  ...  We show that this approach emerges naturally when one is interested in extracting the energy spectrum within a prescribed and finite energy interval.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS BE would like to thank VA Mandelshtam for a stimulating discussion on harmonic inversion.  ... 
arXiv:nlin/0011004v1 fatcat:kfruev44gnc37eyp7kv4owo27i

Page 1319 of Automation and Remote Control Vol. 20, Issue 10 [page]

1959 Automation and Remote Control  
This method permits one to obtain systems which satisfy the “rough- ness" conditions and the given requirements on process quality, 1.  ...  a clear presentation of the idea of factoring the polynominals which enter into the transfer function's expression, Here there is presented a purely analytical method of designing a system in accordance  ... 

Real-time, color image barrel distortion removal

Henryk Blasinski, Wei Hai, Frantz Lohier
2012 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems  
Barrel distortion is modeled using a polynominal relationship between corrected and distorted image spaces.  ...  The second aspect addressed the issue of efficient, real-time computation on designated hardware platforms [6] - [9] .  ...  This problem may be partially solved by using special optics, such as wide-angle or fish-eye lenses.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscas.2012.6271646 dblp:conf/iscas/BlasinskiHL12 fatcat:5pdvomhhonfv5bmpofr7rb5624

Computation of optimal aircraft trajectories using parameter optimization methods

1975 Journal of Aircraft  
To do so, the minimum time-to-climb problem is solved. The minimum time-to-climb problem for high-performance aircraft has been the subject of many investigations.  ...  The computations described in the paper have been carried out on a CDC 6600 using single precision arithmetic.  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.44497 fatcat:koudi66c4nfank7z7j7p62g6ui
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