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Non-Hyper-Singular Boundary Integral Equations for Acoustic Problems, Implemented by the Collocation-Based Boundary Element Method
The weak-form of Helmholtz differential equation, in conjunction with vector test-functions (which are gradients of the fundamental solutions to the Helmholtz differential equation in free space) isExpand
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The utility based tow-stage wireless network resource allocation
  • Song Ya-nan, Z. Qian
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE 4th International Conference on Software…
  • 23 May 2013
TLDR
In order to solve the problem that the existing wireless resource allocation strategies only concern a single wireless base station rather than the entire network, this paper proposed a two-stage wireless networking resource allocation algorithm. Expand
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[The ultrastructure of compound eye in the Portunus tritubereulatus under different wavelength lights adaptation].
The fine structure of compound eye in Portunus tritubereulatus under different wavelength lights adaptation was studied with electron microscopy. The Portunus tritubereulatus were trained in aExpand
A Fast Regularized Boundary Integral Method forPractical Acoustic Problems
To predict the sound field in an acoustic problem, the well-known non-uniqueness problem has to be solved. In a departure from the common approaches used in the prior literature, the weak-form of theExpand
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Directly Derived Non-Hyper-Singular Boundary Integral Equations for Acoustic Problems, and Their Solution through Petrov-Galerkin Schemes
Novel non-hyper-singular (i.e., only strongly-singular) boundary-integral-equations for the gradients of the acoustic velocity potential, involv- ing only O(r −2 ) singularities at the surface of aExpand
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