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- SUNE PRECHT REEH
- 2015

We show that the abelian monoid of isomorphism classes of G-stable finite S-sets is free for a finite group G with Sylow p-subgroup S; here a finite S-set is called G-stable if it has isomorphic restrictions to G-conjugate subgroups of S. These G-stable S-sets are of interest, e.g., in homotopy theory. We prove freeness by constructing an explicit (but… (More)

The amount of 140 individual proteins of E. coli B/r was measured during balanced growth in five different media. The abundance of each protein was determined from its absolute amount in 14C-glucose-minimal medium and a measurement of its relative amount at each growth rate using a double labeling technique. Separation of the proteins was carried out by… (More)

- MATTHEW GELVIN, SUNE PRECHT, S. P. Reeh
- 2014

We consider the Burnside ring A(F) of F-stable S-sets for a saturated fusion system F defined on a p-group S. It is shown by S. P. Reeh that the monoid of F-stable sets is a free commutative monoid with canonical basis {↵P }. We give an explicit formula that describes ↵P as an S-set. In the formula we use a combinatorial concept called broken chains which… (More)

- Sune Precht Reeh
- 2014

iii Abstract In this thesis we study the interactions between saturated fusion systems and group actions of the underlying p-groups. For a saturated fusion system F on a finite p-group S we construct the Burnside ring of F in terms of the finite S-sets whose actions respect the structure of the fusion system, and we produce a basis for the Burnside ring… (More)

- Sune Precht Reeh
- 2010

In this thesis, we study the relations between a saturated fusion system F on S and the single and double Burnside rings, A(S) and A(S, S), of the p-group S. In particular, we generalize the Burnside rings of groups to Burnside rings of fusion systems. The Burnside ring of F is defined as the subring A(F) of A(S) consisting of the F-stable elements; and… (More)

Multibody analysis was applied to construct an advanced model of the human body, where the large joints and complete mass and inertial properties were implemented. The model represents the 50th-percentile rank of a male adult. The hip joint is controlled by three muscle forces. The muscle coordinates were taken from a data source, previously collected by… (More)

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