M. Cruz-Irisson

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Chaotic maps can be used to describe the behavior of dynamical systems and they are characterized by a parameter. The logistic map (LM) is a chaotic map very used in different areas. In the analysis of the dynamical system an important feature is the system stability, which can be determined using the Lyapunov Exponent (LE). In this paper two ways to(More)
The paper describes the techniques for the autonomous detection of moving targets by processing a sequence of sensor imageries in remote sensing applications. Two detection algorithms, which do not need a matrix inversion, are developed by extension of Hotellingpsilas principal-component method showing excellent performance and robustness. The detection of(More)
Within the linear response theory, a local bondpolarization model based on the displacement–displacement Green’s function and the Born potential including central and non-central interatomic forces is used to investigate the Raman response and the phonon band structure of Ge nanostructures. In particular, a supercell model is employed, in which along the(More)
A computational study of the dependence of the electronic band structure and density of states on the chemical surface passivation of cubic porous silicon carbide (pSiC) was performed using ab initio density functional theory and the supercell method. The effects of the porosity and the surface chemistry composition on the energetic stability of pSiC were(More)
A microscopic theory of the Raman scattering based on the local bond-polarizability model is presented and applied to the analysis of phonon confinement in porous silicon and porous germanium, as well as nanowire structures. Within the linear response approximation, the Raman shift intensity is calculated by means of the displacement-displacement Green's(More)
The vibrational dispersion relations of porous germanium (pGe) and germanium nanowires (GeNWs) were calculated using the ab initio density functional perturbation theory with a generalized gradient approximation with norm-conserving pseudopotentials. Both pores and nanowires were modeled using the supercell technique. All of the surface dangling bonds were(More)