The main function and the grinding effect are studied especily about AG1,BG1,DG1,EG1 etc. in base of A,B,C,D,E, G1. Almost AG1 are defined in the experiment.

V(x≠0),there exists a W∈H such that x∩W≠0 W≤U∩V in the completion L of L. Theorem 2. Let H be a open base of a classical topological general Boolean lattice(L,τ),then for any U,V∈H and x∈U∩V(x≠0), there exists a W∈H such that x∩W≠o, W(?) U∩V

Automatic topology discovery is the base of a management system of IP network,it is to discover all the devices and the topology of the whole IP network.

It is shown that, in the period under consideration, which is close to the maximum of solar activity, the majority of CMEs (up to 80% of their total number) turn out to be at the base of a chain of streamers.

The optimum shape of the base of a slider traveling over a plane surface is established.

Brightness distribution at the base of a coronal hole

We suggest that a small-scale CME corresponds to a "plasmoid" (clump of plasma of limited size with its own magnetic field) ejected into the base of a magnetic tube, which subsequently moves away from the Sun along the tube.

The oscillations of the ballistic hole current through a thin base of a p+pp+ diode compressed uniaxially in the direction of the current are investigated theoretically.

The exact solution of the center displacement of a circle, under uniformlydistributed harmonic load, on an elastic halfspace of arbitrary Poisson' sra-tio is given in this paper. The formulae for both the vertical displacement ofthe points outside and inside of the base of a rectangular foundation and theaverage displacement of the foundation are presented. The results obtainedfrom the relevant formulae are shown by charts and numerical tables, and com-pared with those from the other existing methods to...

The exact solution of the center displacement of a circle, under uniformlydistributed harmonic load, on an elastic halfspace of arbitrary Poisson' sra-tio is given in this paper. The formulae for both the vertical displacement ofthe points outside and inside of the base of a rectangular foundation and theaverage displacement of the foundation are presented. The results obtainedfrom the relevant formulae are shown by charts and numerical tables, and com-pared with those from the other existing methods to verify the validity ofthe method presented in this paper. Finally, the determination of the parame-ters related to the lumped mass-spring-dashpot analog for rectangular founda-tion vibration is also discussed in brief.

In this paper, the structures of five topologies on product spaces are discussed. A structural representation of the inductive limit topology is given by means of the Hamel base of a linear space, and another structural representation of the induced topology is given as Well. Then the relationships between the five topologies are discussed. Among these topologies the one- ordering topology is put forward by the author himself. In accordance with the mutual relationships between the five topologies on pro...

In this paper, the structures of five topologies on product spaces are discussed. A structural representation of the inductive limit topology is given by means of the Hamel base of a linear space, and another structural representation of the induced topology is given as Well. Then the relationships between the five topologies are discussed. Among these topologies the one- ordering topology is put forward by the author himself. In accordance with the mutual relationships between the five topologies on pro duct spaces, some properties concerning these topologies are discussed in this pader. The author also introduces the concept of maximal compatible subspace with respect to a topology on a linear space, which becomes a topological linear spaece, and the maximal compatible subsbaces are given to the box topology, the one-ordering topology and the induced topology on propuct spaces respectively, The completeness of the maximal compatible subspace with respect to the three topologies on the product space is given in a unified form. In this paper, the relationships between the normed topology, the projective limit topology, and the inductive limit topology on the Limit spaces, and also the relationships of the relative topologies of these topologies on the subspaces of the limit spaces are discusseo with theaid of structure. On the other hand, by taking advantage of the discussion on the completeness of the maximal compatible subspace with respect to the one-ordering topology, the proof of the sufficiency of the condition in the main proposition (4.1) cf [8] is much simplified.

When the base of a structure is quite large, some finite time is necessary for the seismic wave traveling from one side to the another. Therefore, a considerable error may arise if one still take the foundation rock as a rigid base. Dibaj and Penzien had dealt with this problem, considering the reponse displacement of structures to the traveling waves as the sum of the dynamic displacement due to the rigid body motion of base rock and the so-called quasi-static displacement induced by its deformation....

When the base of a structure is quite large, some finite time is necessary for the seismic wave traveling from one side to the another. Therefore, a considerable error may arise if one still take the foundation rock as a rigid base. Dibaj and Penzien had dealt with this problem, considering the reponse displacement of structures to the traveling waves as the sum of the dynamic displacement due to the rigid body motion of base rock and the so-called quasi-static displacement induced by its deformation. In this paper the authors propose a similar method and use it in the nonlinear earthquake response analysis of earth structures.