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SONET/SDH Ring Assignment with Capacity Constraints
We consider the problem of interconnecting a set of customer sites using bidirectional SONET rings of equal capacity. Each site is assigned to exactly one ring and a special ring, called the federalExpand
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Algorithms to evaluate the reliability of a network
We consider problems of network reliability: the two-terminal network reliability consists, given an undirected graph G/spl equiv/(V, E), and a series of independent edge failure events, in computingExpand
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Brane to bulk supersymmetry breaking and radion force at micron distances
Abstract We study mediation of supersymmetry breaking in the bulk, in models with primordial supersymmetry breaking on D-branes at the string scale, in the TeV region. We compute the gravitino andExpand
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D-brane models with non-linear supersymmetry
Abstract We study a class of type I string models with supersymmetry broken on the world-volume of some D-branes and vanishing tree-level potential. Despite the non-supersymmetric spectrum,Expand
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Stability in multi-skill workforce scheduling
This paper analyzes stability in multi-skill workforce schedules. In our stability analysis, we extend the notion of blocking pairs as stated in the Marriage model of Gale-Shapley. It is shown thatExpand
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Thermodynamics and phase diagram calculations in II-VI and IV-VI ternary systems using an associated solution model
2014 The thermodynamic properties and the T-x phase diagrams for liquid-solid equilibrium in II-VI and IV-VI ternary systems are described by a regular associated liquid solution model derived fromExpand
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Stable multi-skill workforce assignments
This paper analyzes stability in multi-skill workforce assignments of technicians and jobs. In our stability analysis, we extend the notion of blocking pairs as stated in the Marriage model ofExpand
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A Branch-and-Price algorithm for stable workforce assignments with hierarchical skills
This paper deals with assigning hierarchically skilled technicians to jobs by considering preferences. We investigate stability definitions in multi-skill workforce assignments stemming from theExpand
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Viscosity of the glass-forming GeSe liquid solutions
Abstract In the range 0 1 3 , a large increase of x in kinematic viscosity of GexSe1−x liquids is observed below 800°C. It is attributed to the branching effect of Ge. For compositions less than theExpand
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On the minimum number of edges of two-connected graphs with given diameter
We answer the following question: what is the minimum number of edges of a 2-connected graph with a given diameter? This problem stems from survivable telecommunication network design withExpand
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