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  • Stiefel tropical linear spaces 

    Fink, A; Rincón, F (Elsevier, 2015-06-11)
    © 2015 Elsevier Inc. The tropical Stiefel map associates to a tropical matrix A its tropical Plücker vector of maximal minors, and thus a tropical linear space L(A). We call the L(A)s obtained in this way Stiefel tropical ...
  • Simulation of black hole collisions in asymptotically Anti-de Sitter spacetimes. 

    Bantilan, H; Romatschke, P (American Physical Society, 2015-02-23)
    We present results from the evolution of spacetimes that describe the merger of asymptotically global anti-de Sitter black holes in 5D with an SO(3) symmetry. Prompt scalar field collapse provides us with a mechanism for ...

    JENKINSON, OM (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2017)
    Ergodic optimization is the study of problems relating to maximizing orbits, maximizing invariant measures and maximum ergodic averages. An orbit of a dynamical system is called f-maximizing if the time average of the ...
  • Towards Stretchable Self-Powered Sensors Based on the Thermoelectric Response of PEDOT:PSS/Polyurethane Blends 

    Taroni, PJ; SANTAGIULIANA, G; WAN, K; Calado, P; QIU, M; ZHANG, H; PUGNO, N; PALMA, M; Stingelin-Stutzmann, N; Heeney, M;... (Wiley, 2017-12)
    The development of new flexible and stretchable sensors addresses the demands of upcoming application fields like internet-of-things, soft robotics and health/structure monitoring. However, finding a reliable and robust ...
  • Individual and patch behaviour in structured metapopulation models. 

    Barbour, AD; Luczak, MJ (Springer, 2014-09-30)
    Density dependent Markov population processes with countably many types can often be well approximated over finite time intervals by the solution of the differential equations that describe their average drift, provided ...
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