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E5: Kern- und Teilchenphysik Übungsblatt 6
E5: Kern- und Teilchenphysik Übungsblatt 6
Übungsblatt 6
Jean Amadeus Elsner
Extra Credit Problem
Extra Credit Problem
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William Slatton
Proyecto de grado
Proyecto de grado
File: memoirthesis.tex Author: Victor Brena Description: Contains the thesis template using memoir class, which is mainly based on book class but permits better control of chapter styles for example. This template is an adaptation and modification of Oscar's. Memoir is a flexible class for typesetting poetry, fiction, non-fiction and mathematical works as books, reports, articles or manuscripts. CTAN repository is found at: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/memoir/ UoB guidelines for thesis presentation were found at: http://www.bris.ac.uk/esu/pg/pgrcop11-12topic.pdf#page=49 UoB guidelines: The dissertation must be printed on A4 white paper. Paper up to A3 may be used for maps, plans, diagrams and illustrative material. Pages (apart from the preliminary pages) should normally be double-sided. Memoir class loads useful packages by default (see manual).
kari
Dissertation OCTAVE
Dissertation OCTAVE
Excerpt from main dissertation
Michelle Baltazar
MÉTODOS ESTADÍSTICOS DE APRENDIZAJE
MÉTODOS ESTADÍSTICOS DE APRENDIZAJE
En este capítulo aprenderemos como los agentes pueden tratar con la incertidumbre utilizando métodos que hagan uso de las probabilidades y de la teoria de la decisión pero primero deben aprender las teorias probabilisticas sobre el mundo apartir de la experiencia.
Erika
A Brief History of Black Holes
A Brief History of Black Holes
A Level Coursework OCR G496(b)
Michael Fitzhavey
Assessment of Cardiovascular Biomarkers Derived from Peripheral Pulse Waveforms Using Computational Blood Flow Modelling
Assessment of Cardiovascular Biomarkers Derived from Peripheral Pulse Waveforms Using Computational Blood Flow Modelling
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the ability of cardiovascular biomarkers calculated from peripheral pulse waveforms to estimate central properties of the cardiovascular system (e.g. aortic stiffness) using nonlinear one-dimensional (1-D) modelling of pulse wave propagation in the arterial network. To test these biomarkers, I have produced novel 1-D models of pulse wave propagation under normal and pathological conditions. In the first part of my thesis, I extended the modelling capabilities of the existing 1-D/0-D code to represent arterial blood flow under diabetes, hypertension, and combined diabetes and hypertension. Cardiac and vascular parameters of the 1-D model were tailored to best match data available in the literature to produce generalised hypertensive, diabetic, and combined diabetic and hypertensive population models. Using these models, I have shown that the pulse waveform at the finger is strongly affected by the aortic flow wave and the muscular artery stiffness and diameter. Furthermore the peak to peak time measured from the pulse waveform at the finger can identify hypertensive from diabetic patients. In the second part, I developed a new methodology for optimising the number of arterial segments in 1-D modelling required to simulate precisely the blood pressure and flow waveforms at an arbitrary arterial location. This is achieved by systematically lumping peripheral 1-D model branches into 0-D models that preserve the net resistance and total compliance of the original model. The methodology is important to simplify the computational domain while maintaining the precision of the numerical predictions — an important step to translate 1-D modelling to the clinic. This thesis provides novel computational tools of blood flow modelling and waveform analysis for the design, development and testing of pulse wave biomarkers. These tools may help bridge the gap between clinical and computational approaches.
sally epstein
A continuations-based approach to weak definites
A continuations-based approach to weak definites
Since their adaptation from a tool of computer science to one of linguistics, continuations have been applied to a wide variety of natural language phenomena. Here we expand upon these efforts to give an account of the class of phrases known as ``weak definites:'' nominals that appear with a definite article but do not set up an individual discourse referent. We draw upon Aguilar-Guevara and Zwarts' formalization of weak definites (2010) as reference to kinds to develop two operators that can be applied within the continuation-based grammar presented by Barker & Shan (2013) to produce weak readings.
Alice Forehand