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Conference Proceeding

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 12/2003, Volume 346, Issue 2, pp. 565 - 572

We use a high‐resolution ΛCDM numerical simulation to calculate the mass function of dark matter haloes down to the scale of dwarf galaxies, back to a redshift...

galaxies: formation | galaxies: clusters: general | dark matter | galaxies: haloes | cosmology: theory | Galaxies: clusters: general | Cosmology: theory | Galaxies: haloes | Dark matter | Galaxies: formation | galaxies : formation | GALAXY CLUSTERS | cosmology : theory | HIERARCHICAL-MODELS | MERGER RATES | galaxies : haloes | PRESS-SCHECHTER FORMALISM | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | COSMOLOGICAL MODELS | COSMIC STRUCTURES | LUMINOUS QUASARS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | galaxies : clusters : general | SKY SURVEY | SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics | Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics | Physics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena | Physics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics | Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies

galaxies: formation | galaxies: clusters: general | dark matter | galaxies: haloes | cosmology: theory | Galaxies: clusters: general | Cosmology: theory | Galaxies: haloes | Dark matter | Galaxies: formation | galaxies : formation | GALAXY CLUSTERS | cosmology : theory | HIERARCHICAL-MODELS | MERGER RATES | galaxies : haloes | PRESS-SCHECHTER FORMALISM | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | COSMOLOGICAL MODELS | COSMIC STRUCTURES | LUMINOUS QUASARS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | galaxies : clusters : general | SKY SURVEY | SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics | Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics | Physics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena | Physics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics | Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies

Journal Article

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, ISSN 0271-2091, 10/2019, Volume 91, Issue 4, pp. 198 - 211

In this paper, a local radial basis function–based semi‐Lagrangian lattice Boltzmann method (RBF‐SL‐LBM) is proposed. This is a mesh‐free method that can be...

lattice Boltzmann method | radial basis function | semi‐Lagrangian | mesh‐free | semi-Lagrangian | mesh-free | NONUNIFORM GRIDS | APPROXIMATIONS | PHYSICS, FLUIDS & PLASMAS | MODEL | SIMULATION | WAKE | INTERPOLATION | SCHEME | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MECHANICS | CIRCULAR-CYLINDER | VISCOUS-FLOW | Distribution (Probability theory) | Methods | Computational fluid dynamics | Computer simulation | Steaming | Fluid flow | Unsteady flow | Cavity flow | Circular cylinders | Finite element method | Radial basis function | Interpolation | Incompressible flow | Simulation | Mathematical analysis | Correlation analysis | Cylinders | Distribution functions

lattice Boltzmann method | radial basis function | semi‐Lagrangian | mesh‐free | semi-Lagrangian | mesh-free | NONUNIFORM GRIDS | APPROXIMATIONS | PHYSICS, FLUIDS & PLASMAS | MODEL | SIMULATION | WAKE | INTERPOLATION | SCHEME | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MECHANICS | CIRCULAR-CYLINDER | VISCOUS-FLOW | Distribution (Probability theory) | Methods | Computational fluid dynamics | Computer simulation | Steaming | Fluid flow | Unsteady flow | Cavity flow | Circular cylinders | Finite element method | Radial basis function | Interpolation | Incompressible flow | Simulation | Mathematical analysis | Correlation analysis | Cylinders | Distribution functions

Journal Article

Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, ISSN 0360-1285, 2010, Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 168 - 259

Probability density function (PDF) methods offer compelling advantages for modeling chemically reacting turbulent flows. In particular, they provide an elegant...

Filtered density function method | Turbulent combustion modeling | Probability density function method | ENERGY & FUELS | JET DIFFUSION FLAME | FINITE-RATE CHEMISTRY | VITIATED CO-FLOW | ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | DIRECT NUMERICAL-SIMULATION | THERMODYNAMICS | LARGE-EDDY SIMULATION | STOCHASTIC LAGRANGIAN MODELS | BLUFF-BODY FLAMES | COMPUTATIONAL FLUID-DYNAMICS | MONTE-CARLO-SIMULATION | TRANSPORTED SCALAR PDF | Combustion | Algorithms | Mechanical engineering | Analysis | Methods | Radiation | Turbulence | Computational fluid dynamics | Mathematical analysis | Portable document format | Mathematical models | Probability density functions

Filtered density function method | Turbulent combustion modeling | Probability density function method | ENERGY & FUELS | JET DIFFUSION FLAME | FINITE-RATE CHEMISTRY | VITIATED CO-FLOW | ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | DIRECT NUMERICAL-SIMULATION | THERMODYNAMICS | LARGE-EDDY SIMULATION | STOCHASTIC LAGRANGIAN MODELS | BLUFF-BODY FLAMES | COMPUTATIONAL FLUID-DYNAMICS | MONTE-CARLO-SIMULATION | TRANSPORTED SCALAR PDF | Combustion | Algorithms | Mechanical engineering | Analysis | Methods | Radiation | Turbulence | Computational fluid dynamics | Mathematical analysis | Portable document format | Mathematical models | Probability density functions

Journal Article

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2001, Volume 321, Issue 2, pp. 372 - 384

We combine data from a number of N ‐body simulations to predict the abundance of dark haloes in cold dark matter (CDM) universes over more than four orders of...

gravitation | methods: numerical | dark matter | cosmology: theory | Gravitation | Cosmology: theory | Dark matter | Methods: numerical | cosmology : theory | HIERARCHICAL-MODELS | CLUSTER EVOLUTION | MERGER RATES | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | COSMOLOGICAL MODELS | COSMIC STRUCTURES | FLUCTUATIONS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | methods : numerical | CONDENSATION | GALAXY FORMATION | SIMULATIONS

gravitation | methods: numerical | dark matter | cosmology: theory | Gravitation | Cosmology: theory | Dark matter | Methods: numerical | cosmology : theory | HIERARCHICAL-MODELS | CLUSTER EVOLUTION | MERGER RATES | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | COSMOLOGICAL MODELS | COSMIC STRUCTURES | FLUCTUATIONS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | methods : numerical | CONDENSATION | GALAXY FORMATION | SIMULATIONS

Journal Article

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, ISSN 0271-2091, 09/2019, Volume 91, Issue 3, pp. 134 - 157

Using a hybrid Lagrangian‐Eulerian approach, a level set function–based immersed interface method (LS‐IIM) is proposed for the interaction of a flexible body...

fluid‐structure interaction | finite volume | finite element | Eulerian‐Lagrangian | level set | benchmark | EMBEDDED BOUNDARY METHODS | PHYSICS, FLUIDS & PLASMAS | SOLVER | FORMULATION | FLOW | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MECHANICS | fluid-structure interaction | Eulerian-Lagrangian | NUMERICAL-SIMULATION | Flexible bodies | Stream flow | Computational fluid dynamics | Water runoff | Differential geometry | Stream discharge | Fluid flow | Benchmarks | Finite volume method | Boundary conditions | Equations | Complexity | Finite element method | Computation | Differential equations | Solvers | Galerkin method | Channel flow | Iterative methods | Flexible structures | Novelty

fluid‐structure interaction | finite volume | finite element | Eulerian‐Lagrangian | level set | benchmark | EMBEDDED BOUNDARY METHODS | PHYSICS, FLUIDS & PLASMAS | SOLVER | FORMULATION | FLOW | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | MECHANICS | fluid-structure interaction | Eulerian-Lagrangian | NUMERICAL-SIMULATION | Flexible bodies | Stream flow | Computational fluid dynamics | Water runoff | Differential geometry | Stream discharge | Fluid flow | Benchmarks | Finite volume method | Boundary conditions | Equations | Complexity | Finite element method | Computation | Differential equations | Solvers | Galerkin method | Channel flow | Iterative methods | Flexible structures | Novelty

Journal Article

Insurance Mathematics and Economics, ISSN 0167-6687, 03/2016, Volume 67, pp. 65 - 76

In this paper, we propose to combine the Marginal Indemnification Function (MIF) formulation and the Lagrangian dual method to solve optimal reinsurance model...

Marginal indemnification function | Optimal reinsurance | Lagrangian dual method | Distortion risk measure | Inverse-S shaped distortion premium principle | CONTRACTS | REPRESENTATION | INSURANCE | STATISTICS & PROBABILITY | CUMULATIVE PROSPECT-THEORY | DISTORTION RISK MEASURES | PREMIUM PRINCIPLES | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | PROBABILITY-WEIGHTING FUNCTION | UNCERTAINTY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICAL METHODS | ECONOMICS | UTILITY | Studies | Lagrange multiplier | Reinsurance | Insurance premiums | Indemnity | Risk assessment | Linear programming

Marginal indemnification function | Optimal reinsurance | Lagrangian dual method | Distortion risk measure | Inverse-S shaped distortion premium principle | CONTRACTS | REPRESENTATION | INSURANCE | STATISTICS & PROBABILITY | CUMULATIVE PROSPECT-THEORY | DISTORTION RISK MEASURES | PREMIUM PRINCIPLES | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | PROBABILITY-WEIGHTING FUNCTION | UNCERTAINTY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICAL METHODS | ECONOMICS | UTILITY | Studies | Lagrange multiplier | Reinsurance | Insurance premiums | Indemnity | Risk assessment | Linear programming

Journal Article

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, ISSN 0029-5981, 09/2017, Volume 111, Issue 12, pp. 1120 - 1169

For a Mindlin–Reissner plate subjected to transverse loadings, the distributions of the rotations and some resultant forces may vary very sharply within a...

improved hybrid displacement function (IHDF) element scheme | Lagrangian multiplier | Mindlin–Reissner plate | edge effect | finite element | BOUNDARY-LAYER | 12-DOF QUADRILATERAL ELEMENT | MODEL | SEGMENTATION METHOD | THIN PLATES | INTERPOLATION | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | ENGINEERING, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | STRESS RESULTANTS | FINITE-ELEMENT | ZONE EQUATION | COMPUTATION | Mindlin-Reissner plate | Finite element method | Mathematical analysis | Edge effect | Mathematical models | Resultants | Mindlin plates | Plates | Continuity (mathematics)

improved hybrid displacement function (IHDF) element scheme | Lagrangian multiplier | Mindlin–Reissner plate | edge effect | finite element | BOUNDARY-LAYER | 12-DOF QUADRILATERAL ELEMENT | MODEL | SEGMENTATION METHOD | THIN PLATES | INTERPOLATION | MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | ENGINEERING, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | STRESS RESULTANTS | FINITE-ELEMENT | ZONE EQUATION | COMPUTATION | Mindlin-Reissner plate | Finite element method | Mathematical analysis | Edge effect | Mathematical models | Resultants | Mindlin plates | Plates | Continuity (mathematics)

Journal Article

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 1475-7516, 03/2017, Volume 2017, Issue 3, pp. 32 - 32

In this paper, extending past works of Del Popolo, we show how a high precision mass function (MF) can be obtained using the excursion set approach and an...

galaxy formation | dark matter theory | COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT | DARK-MATTER HALOES | DENSITY PERTURBATIONS | SECONDARY INFALL MODEL | GAUSSIAN INITIAL CONDITIONS | ELLIPSOIDAL COLLAPSE | TIDAL GRAVITATIONAL-FIELDS | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | SPHERICAL COLLAPSE MODEL | EXCURSION SET-THEORY | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics | RED SHIFT | DIFFUSION BARRIERS | COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS | FUNCTIONS | INTERACTIONS | SIMULATION | ACCURACY | ANGULAR MOMENTUM | ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS | COSMOLOGY | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | MASS

galaxy formation | dark matter theory | COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT | DARK-MATTER HALOES | DENSITY PERTURBATIONS | SECONDARY INFALL MODEL | GAUSSIAN INITIAL CONDITIONS | ELLIPSOIDAL COLLAPSE | TIDAL GRAVITATIONAL-FIELDS | LAGRANGIAN DYNAMICAL THEORY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | SPHERICAL COLLAPSE MODEL | EXCURSION SET-THEORY | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics | RED SHIFT | DIFFUSION BARRIERS | COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS | FUNCTIONS | INTERACTIONS | SIMULATION | ACCURACY | ANGULAR MOMENTUM | ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS | COSMOLOGY | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | MASS

Journal Article

Journal of High Energy Physics, ISSN 1126-6708, 10/2017, Volume 2017, Issue 10, pp. 1 - 111

Relativistic quantum systems that admit scattering experiments are quantitatively described by effective field theories, where S-matrix kinematics and symmetry...

Scattering Amplitudes | Quantum Physics | Differential and Algebraic Geometry | Quantum Field Theories, String Theory | Effective Field Theories | Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory | Physics | Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory | HILBERT SERIES | SUPERGRAVITY | REPRESENTATIONS | INVARIANTS | QUANTUM FIELD THEORIES | PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS | EXPANSION | FINITE-GROUPS | CHIRAL PERTURBATION-THEORY | TRANSFORMATIONS | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Analysis | Algebra | Operators (mathematics) | Construction | Partitions | Pions | Mathematical analysis | Coding | Kinematics | Scalars | Equations of motion | Matrix methods | System effectiveness | Nuclear and particle physics. Atomic energy. Radioactivity | High Energy Physics - Phenomenology | High Energy Physics - Theory | PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS

Scattering Amplitudes | Quantum Physics | Differential and Algebraic Geometry | Quantum Field Theories, String Theory | Effective Field Theories | Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory | Physics | Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory | HILBERT SERIES | SUPERGRAVITY | REPRESENTATIONS | INVARIANTS | QUANTUM FIELD THEORIES | PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS | EXPANSION | FINITE-GROUPS | CHIRAL PERTURBATION-THEORY | TRANSFORMATIONS | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Analysis | Algebra | Operators (mathematics) | Construction | Partitions | Pions | Mathematical analysis | Coding | Kinematics | Scalars | Equations of motion | Matrix methods | System effectiveness | Nuclear and particle physics. Atomic energy. Radioactivity | High Energy Physics - Phenomenology | High Energy Physics - Theory | PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS

Journal Article

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2013, Volume 431, Issue 2, pp. 1866 - 1882

Cosmological surveys aim to use the evolution of the abundance of galaxy clusters to accurately constrain the cosmological model. In the context of Λcold dark...

Haloes-cosmology | Galaxies | Theory-dark matter | INITIAL CONDITIONS | GRAVITATIONAL-INSTABILITY | GALAXY CLUSTERS | DARK-MATTER HALOES | DENSITY PERTURBATIONS | cosmology: theory | N-BODY SIMULATIONS | LAMBDA-CDM | POWER SPECTRUM | HIGH-REDSHIFT | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | dark matter | LAGRANGIAN PERTURBATION-THEORY | galaxies: haloes | Astrophysics | Simulation | Dark matter | Cosmology | Mathematical functions | Star & galaxy formation | Gravity

Haloes-cosmology | Galaxies | Theory-dark matter | INITIAL CONDITIONS | GRAVITATIONAL-INSTABILITY | GALAXY CLUSTERS | DARK-MATTER HALOES | DENSITY PERTURBATIONS | cosmology: theory | N-BODY SIMULATIONS | LAMBDA-CDM | POWER SPECTRUM | HIGH-REDSHIFT | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | dark matter | LAGRANGIAN PERTURBATION-THEORY | galaxies: haloes | Astrophysics | Simulation | Dark matter | Cosmology | Mathematical functions | Star & galaxy formation | Gravity

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