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boundary element

A 0.5 to 3.0 kilobase pair segment of DNA which may function as a transcriptionally neutral DNA element, blocking or attenuating the spreading of influence of positive (e.g., enhancers) or negative (e.g., silencers) or heterochromatin-like repressor DNA elements.
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Kaennakham, "A Numerical Experiment on Optimal Inverse Multiquadric RBF Shape Parameter in the Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method for Convective-Dominated Problems," Thai Journal of Mathematics, pp.
Lesnic, "Iterative boundary element method for solving the one-dimensional backward heat conduction problem," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.
The following tasks have been discussed: (i) a brief description of development of an advanced direct time-domain boundary element method for wave propagation problems in acoustic media; (ii) development of simplified models for the fluid-rigid structure kinematic interaction based on impulse response techniques and the BEM; and (iii) the development of models for the motion of the rigid body that integrate the kinematic interaction models into dynamic models in an efficient manner for real-time simulations.
The boundary element method applied to transient dynamic anisotropic problems.
Wang, "A new formulation of boundary element method for cracked anisotropic bodies under anti-plane shear," Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol.
Xu and Huang [40] showed that acoustic radiation of a three-dimensional structure could be computed using the finite element method as well with the boundary element method and that the latter method required less computation as only the surface needs to be meshed.
The boundary element method (BEM) is an effective method in solving microvoid and microcrack problems, since only the boundary of the analyzed domain needs to be discretized [20].
Two-dimensional steady-state space is first discretized in inverse geometrical boundary of the heat transfer system, and discretization methods mainly include finite difference method [5] (FDM) and finite element method [6] (FEM) and boundary element method [7] (BEM), which can be used for solving heat transfer problems, inverting the geometric boundary through various optimization techniques on the basis of solving the forward problem.
Mohammad Ali Ansari et al [20] has provided a volume fraction of blood tissue by light absorption using boundary element method (BEM) with a suitable procession and accuracy.
A collocation boundary element method is one of the widely-used numerical methods for solution of boundary integral equations.
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