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- Lin Zhang, Lucia Falzon, Mike Davies, I. Fuss
- 2000

The Australian operational level planning doctrine, Joint Military Appreciation Process (JMAP), comprises four consecutive and iterative steps, namely: Mission Analysis (MA), Course of Action (COA) Development, COA Analysis, and Decision & Execution. All four steps are supported by an integral operational level intelligence function called Joint… (More)

- Yi-Zhi Huang, Lin Zhang
- 2003

We describe a logarithmic tensor product theory for certain module categories for a “conformal vertex algebra.” In this theory, which is a natural, although intricate, generalization of earlier work of Huang and Lepowsky, we do not require the module categories to be semisimple, and we accommodate modules with generalized weight spaces. The corresponding… (More)

We present a new variant of the geometry reconstruction approach for the formulation of atomistic/continuum coupling methods (a/c methods). For many-body nearest-neighbour interactions on the 2D triangular lattice, we show that patch test consistent a/c methods can be constructed for arbitrary interface geometries. Moreover, we prove that all methods within… (More)

Professor S. Luo in [Phys. Rev. A 82, 052122(2010)] proposed two conjectures on the classical correlation and quantum correlation in a bipartite state ρAB, respectively. In this paper, we prove the conjecture on the classical correlation completely. Moreover, we show that Q(ρAB) 6 S(ρB) is always valid, and the conjecture on quantum correlation is true if… (More)

- Lin Zhang
- 2007

In this paper we discuss the theory of adjoint sensitivity analysis and the method of 4D-Var data assimilation in the context of the Sulfur Transport Eulerian Model (STEM). The STEM atmospheric Chemical Transport Model (CTM) is used to perform adjoint sensitivity analysis and data assimilation over the State of Texas. We first demonstrate the use of adjoint… (More)

This paper presents a set of quantum Reed-Muller codes which are typically 100 times more effective than existing quantum Reed-Muller codes. The code parameters are [[n, k, d]] = [[2, ∑r l=0 C(m, l) − ∑m−r−1 l=0 C(m, l), 2 m−r ]] where 2r + 1 > m > r.

This is the first part in a series of papers in which we introduce and develop a natural, general tensor category theory for suitable module categories for a vertex (operator) algebra. This theory generalizes the tensor category theory for modules for a vertex operator algebra previously developed in a series of papers by the first two authors to suitable… (More)

- Yi-Zhi Huang, Lin Zhang
- 2008

We generalize the tensor product theory for modules for a vertex operator algebra previously developed in a series of papers by the first two authors to suitable module categories for a “conformal vertex algebra” or even more generally, for a “Möbius vertex algebra.” We do not require the module categories to be semisimple, and we accommodate modules with… (More)

- Lin Zhang, Gary P. Merkley, Kasem Pinthong
- Irrigation Science
- 2011

In order to assess whole-field sprinkler irrigation uniformity, an experiment was conducted to obtain water distribution profiles at 23 different pressures for each of five different sprinklers: Nelson R33, Nelson R33LP, Nelson R33 with road guard, Nelson R33LP with road guard, and Rainbird Mini Paw/LG-3. A mathematical model was developed to account for… (More)

We produce counterexamples to show that in the definition of the notion of intertwining operator for modules for a vertex operator algebra, the commutator formula cannot in general be used as a replacement axiom for the Jacobi identity. We further give a sufficient condition for the commutator formula to imply the Jacobi identity in this definition. Using… (More)