For the requirement of the VR application facing complex behaviors , we propose a language model of behavior whichcan detfine control relations of behaviors and their time constrains.

In this paper, based on the experimental results on the UJT forced oscillation circuits, a new theory of class and the structure of inverse triangle step are proposed for describing the complicated behaviors of this dynamic system. The model for the inverse triangle step to trend to chaos is also poined out.

In contrast,by comparing the stability of Hopfield neural network with the aplenty behavior of Conway＇s life game,this paper preferred a new concept,non－linear neuron(NLN),which I／O property is non－linear completely.

This system that bases on web environ-ment provides experiment platform between users and NS2,which makes users leave out the trouble of studying NS2,use the powerful system simulate capability of NS2simulator to do network simulate experiment and deeply understand the complex behaved in computer network.

Cellular automata model is a simulation approach to describe the complicate behavior of a system,and suitable to study the spatial and temporal dynamics of plant community.

By using NS in demonstration,experiment and design,the students can be easier to learn network protocols and algorithm and understand the performance of network ,and design simple network objects.

The complex behavior revealed was explained in terms of the effect of radiation-chemical crosslinks on the mobility of macrochains and on the submicroscopic capillarity of cellulose fiber structure.

Sequentially taking account of these effects, it is possible to explain both the complex behavior of the Ps yield and the dependence of dielectric permittivity of the mixture on its composition.

Its basic features are flexibility, extensibility, and powerful mechanism of description of complex behavior, which is based on finite automata.

The rather complex behavior of the observed flux in this phase interval can be explained in the hot-line model as being due to variations of the temperature and size of the system.

Depending on photoelectric properties of the grains, their presence may lead to excess, or decrease in, electron concentration and complex behavior of ion concentration.

The model we had previously proposed to explain the kinetics in a batch reactor can also simulate these new complex behaviors.

The first, classifier systems, can be used to represent agents that are capable of generating complex behaviors in response to intermittent rewards from an "environment" of which they are a part.

Medial agranular cortex of prairie voles has a pattern of connections largely similar to that seen in rats, suggesting that area Fr2 in prairie voles is part of a cortical network that may mediate complex behaviors involving spatial orientation.

These results support the hypothesis that poor voluntary control exhibited by PD patients in a variety of complex behaviors may be caused by impaired inhibitory control as a result of basal ganglia dysfunction.

As such, this taxonomy may provide a language for studying more complex behaviors in a principled fashion.

But complicated behaviors appear when the initial distance of two vortices becomes smaller.

Thus, in this research, in order to use this SMA foil as an actuator, an extended Brinson model was proposed to clarify complicated behaviors of SMA.

For large Ao, the results show complicated behaviors of xR.

The similar complicated behaviors were observed in the relationships between the alkali-swollen state and the primary current density, the current density after 2 min, the quantity of electricity, and the amount of polymer deposited.

To predict the onset of these complicated behaviors, we use the method of multiple scales to develop an approximate first-order closed-form expression for the period-one responses of the machine.

The conductivities of three PEO-NaSCN samples whose molecular weight are 6000, 12000 and 20000 respectively have been studied as a function of temperature during two thermal cycles. It was found that the completeness of complex reaction in the samples had a obvious effect on the electrical behaviours. The complex reaction in molecular weight 12000 sample was complete, therefore the electrical property was not influenced by thermal history. While this reaction in the other two samples did not fully complete and...

The conductivities of three PEO-NaSCN samples whose molecular weight are 6000, 12000 and 20000 respectively have been studied as a function of temperature during two thermal cycles. It was found that the completeness of complex reaction in the samples had a obvious effect on the electrical behaviours. The complex reaction in molecular weight 12000 sample was complete, therefore the electrical property was not influenced by thermal history. While this reaction in the other two samples did not fully complete and can occure in certain temperature range during the first heating process, thus rather complicated log σ versus 1/T curves were observed. It was noted that the extra PEO content in the samples had a remarkable influence on the electrical property. Molecular weight 12000 sample contains more extra PEO content than the others. Therefore it has the highest conductivity and the log σ versus 1/T curve consists of two straight lines with a discontinuity at temperature near the melting point of pure PEO. While the extra PEO content in molecular weight 6000 sample is much less, it is responsible for the lowest conductivity and continual change of conductivity with temperature.

The conventional accelerator—sulphur vulcanizate—has a high proport-ion of polysulfide crosslinks.During thermol-oxidative aging seission the process is very complexbehaviour in which the main chains and the crosslink cleavages and S-Sbond interchange reactions occur simultaneously.It is considered thatthe crosslink eleavage and interchange reaction have advantange over themain chain cleavage in the early stage.Comparison of the continuous chemistry relaxation curvc with theintermittent one indicates that the...

The conventional accelerator—sulphur vulcanizate—has a high proport-ion of polysulfide crosslinks.During thermol-oxidative aging seission the process is very complexbehaviour in which the main chains and the crosslink cleavages and S-Sbond interchange reactions occur simultaneously.It is considered thatthe crosslink eleavage and interchange reaction have advantange over themain chain cleavage in the early stage.Comparison of the continuous chemistry relaxation curvc with theintermittent one indicates that the chain scission and the crosslink reae-tion concur,and that the rate of crosslink reaction is increased after thecleavange of polysulfidc erosslinks and rearrangement of crosslinks.

The classical Lotka-Volterra competition equations are the direct extension of the classical Logistic equation of single population growth. Because they have no necessary theoretical basis and oversimplify the process of interspecific competition,it is not suitable for Lotka Volterra competition equations to be a general theoretical model of interspecific competition. Based upon the theory of nutrition kinetics, a new kind of competition model is constructed as follows:They are the extension of Cui-Lawson model...

The classical Lotka-Volterra competition equations are the direct extension of the classical Logistic equation of single population growth. Because they have no necessary theoretical basis and oversimplify the process of interspecific competition,it is not suitable for Lotka Volterra competition equations to be a general theoretical model of interspecific competition. Based upon the theory of nutrition kinetics, a new kind of competition model is constructed as follows:They are the extension of Cui-Lawson model of single population growth which is as follows:The new competition model has more complex and extensive behaviours than Lotka Volterra competition equations, and under specific condition, it turns into Lotka-Volterra competition equations. Therefore, the new competition equations are more general, and are the expansion of classical Lotka-Volterra competition equations.