approximation model 
An alternative description of the Pt isotopes using a simple, single configuration, the twoparameter interacting boson approximation model Hamiltonian, is discussed.


The work is based on the use of the secondorder differential equation, the socalled equation of the dynamics of selfdeveloping processes, as an approximation model.


Second approximation model for optical head in super high density storage technology


A new approximation model is developed for the output probability density functions so that the dynamic part of the system is decoupled from the output probability density functions.


Our results can be very well described within the random phase approximation model.


The phonon dynamics is described by a coupled elastic and electromagnetic equations within the static field approximation model, stressing the importance of the piezoelectric polarization field in a strained condition.


The first one shows an intervalvalued function approximation model and the second one evaluates the prediction intervals of crisp models fed with intervalvalued input data.


The sizable disparity between the measuredgfactors of the ground and excitedband is examined within the context of the interacting boson approximation model.


The E2 transition strengths for negative parity yrast states and the energy spectra are well described by coupling a fermion to aγsoft core in the frame of the interacting boson fermion approximation model.


LongRange Alpha (LRA) emission probability is studied using a one dimensional sudden approximation model.


The results are in striking contrast to the predictions of the PA (pairwiseadditive approximation) model, but show features typical for a hardsphere system.


Comparison with the predictions ofSU(5) andO(6) limits of interacting boson approximation model seemed to favour the former approximation.


In this method analysis results in multiple design points are fitted on a chosen approximation model function by means of regression techniques.


The results are compared with those of the straight line approximation model calculations.


A first approximation model for the mechanosorptive deformation of wood is used to predict the deformation behaviour of beamcolumns.


The "pair approximation" model with hopping over an asymmetric barrier is fitted to some of the results, but doubts remain as to whether this model is appropriate for systems with low defect concentrations.


An effective "medium approximation" model of the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of both sublayers is presented, which is different from the simple models with the thermal diffusivity or thermal conductivity in series or parallel.


An extended first approximation model for the amygdaloid kindling phenomenon


A first approximation model, which accounts for the strongest phenomena defining kindling is suggested.


Linear approximation model network and its formation via evolutionary computation

