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The Boolean Hierarchy I: Structural Properties

- Jin-Yi Cai, T. Gundermann, +4 authors G. Wechsung
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- SIAM J. Comput.
- 1 December 1988

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A survey on counting classes

- T. Gundermann, N. Nasser, G. Wechsung
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Proceedings Fifth Annual Structure in Complexity…
- 8 July 1990

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XμCT analysis of magnetic field-induced phase transitions in magnetorheological elastomers

- T. Borbath, S. Günther, D. Borin, T. Gundermann, S. Odenbach
- Materials Science
- 1 October 2012

The phase behavior of polymer solutions and composites is a complex issue and is of both technological and fundamental interest. For a better understanding of the microstructure formation in… Expand

The Boolean Hierarchy II: Applications

- Jin-Yi Cai, T. Gundermann, +4 authors G. Wechsung
- Computer Science
- SIAM J. Comput.
- 1 February 1989

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Counting classes with finite acceptance types

- T. Gundermann, G. Wechsung
- Mathematics
- 1 August 1987

Perfectionnement de la hierarchie de Hausdorff generee par NP. Les nouvelles classes permettent une exacte classification de la complexite de certains problemes de denombrement. Les classes sont… Expand

Investigation of the motion of particles in magnetorheological elastomers by X-μCT

- T. Gundermann, S. Odenbach
- Materials Science
- 10 September 2014

The behavior of magnetic particles inside elastomeric matrices is a complex issue and can be influenced in many ways, e.g. by applying a magnetic field or external mechanical stimuli. It is of… Expand

Statistical analysis of magnetically soft particles in magnetorheological elastomers

- T. Gundermann, P. Cremer, H. Löwen, A. Menzel, S. Odenbach
- Materials Science
- 7 March 2017

The physical properties of magnetorheological elastomers (MRE) are a complex issue and can be influenced and controlled in many ways, e.g. by applying a magnetic field, by external mechanical… Expand

Tunable dynamic moduli of magnetic elastomers: from characterization by x-ray micro-computed tomography to mesoscopic modeling.

- Giorgio Pessot, M. Schümann, T. Gundermann, S. Odenbach, H. Löwen, A. Menzel
- Materials Science, Physics
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 23 February 2018

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Nondeterministic Turing Machines with Modified Acceptance

- T. Gundermann, G. Wechsung
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- MFCS
- 1 June 1986

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Importance of matrix inelastic deformations in the initial response of magnetic elastomers

- Pedro A Sánchez, T. Gundermann, A. Dobroserdova, S. Kantorovich, S. Odenbach
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Soft matter
- 12 February 2018

The initial magnetic response of magnetic elastomers can be explained by irreversible polymer matrix deformations under first external field application.

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