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(hăm′əl-tən), Alice 1869-1970.
American toxicologist and physician known for her research on occupational poisons and her book Industrial Poisons in the United States (1925).
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A Study of Hamiltonian Dynamics with Applications to Models of Barred Galaxies.
The main goal of this work is to derive the equation of motion in fractional form for the single fluid from the fractional Lagrangian density and from the fractional Hamiltonian density also to determine the energy-stress tensor in fractional form also, by using Caputo's fractional derivative.
The author of the current paper showed that a set P of at most 2n - 3 edges of the n-dimensional hypercube extends to a Hamiltonian cycle iff P induces a linear forest [5].
Keywords: locally traceable, locally hamiltonian, nonhamiltonian, nontraceable
Hamiltonian Structures of the New Soliton Hierarchy
1), suggests that the present nonlinearly dispersive generalized KdV hierarchy is, in a sense, the "most straightforward" generalization of KdV's Hamiltonian structure.
Lowrank RungeKutta methods that perform well in terms of the stationary distribution function and the evolution of the mean of the underlying Hamiltonian are reported in [6].
Furthermore, if F is even in x, we study the existence of infinitely many solutions for the general Hamiltonian systems
We used Monte carlo simulation and Metropolis Algorithm as well as a DIFFOUR Hamiltonian [20],[21], Equation (1), to simulate the ferroelectric behavior (looking for a Transition temperature or Curie's temperature) of the system, with a variation range temperature from a high temperature up to a low temperature that correspond to a high ordered system.
THE DAMPING CONTROLLER DESIGN BASED ON OSCILLATION HAMILTONIAN ENERGY FUNCTION
Shepherd, 1996: On Hamiltonian balanced dynamics and the slowest invariant manifold.
Neal, "MCMC using Hamiltonian dynamics," ArXiv12061901 Phys.