J. Schmitt

Y.-O. Lorcy2
C. Siebel2
R. Steinmetz2
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Motivated by experimental studies of insects, we propose a model for legged locomotion in the horizontal plane. A three-degree-of freedom, energetically conservative, rigid-body model with a pair of compliant virtual legs in intermittent contact with the ground allows us to study how dynamics depends on parameters such as mass, moment of inertia, leg(More)
In this paper we propose approaches for shortcutting of IP flows over large ATM networks. With large ATM networks we mean that the single physical ATM network is logically structured into multiple logical ATM subnetworks. Short-cutting across such large, logically structured ATM networks is a technique to avoid network layer processing as much as possible(More)
Internet and ATM possess Quality of Service (QoS) archi-tectures which shall allow them to integrate services of data-and telecommunications formerly performed by separate infrastructures. We believe that none of them will be able to oust the other. That means both will exist for at least the middle-term future. Therefore, an interaction between both is(More)
We introduce a novel programming framework that will fundamentally change the way highly complex <i>ab initio</i> molecular dynamics (aiMD) algorithms are implemented. Our approach combines a domain-specific mathematical language based on operator notation with mature compiler technology. This powerful combination enables the automatic generation of(More)
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