Graphs Digraphs Fourth Edition

Author: Gary Chartrand
Publisher: CRC Press
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12.1 CLASSICAL RAMSEY NUMBERS For positive integers s and t, the Ramsey
number r(s, t) is the least positive integer n such that for every graph G of order n,
either G contains K, as a subgraph or G contains K, as a subgraph; that is, G
contains either s mutually adjacent vertices or an independent set of t vertices.
The Ramsey number is named for Frank Ramsey [Rl], who studied this concept in
a set theoretic framework and essentially verified the existence of Ramsey

Concepts In Surface Physics

Author: M-C. Desjonqueres
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In linear response theory, the relation between the displacement and electric
fields can be written 3 D,(r,t) = X | ei,Gr, r", t, t') E,(r', t) d'r dt', (C.12) j = 1 which
relates the components E(r, t) of the electric field to the components D;(r,t) of the
displacement field by means of the dielectric tensor €1. Equation (C.12) is greatly
simplified when the medium is homogeneous in space and time and isotropic, in
which case eii is a spherical tensor which can depend only on relative
coordinates r – r" ...

Quantum Thermodynamics

Author: Jochen Gemmer
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However, instead of using N points in μ-space for the description of the gas,
Boltzmann introduced a distribution function Φ(r,v,t) in a somewhat “coarse-
grained” μ-space which is supposed to give the number of particles being in a
cell around drdv := d3rd3v. Instead of trying to describe the motion of every single
particle which is impossible due to the huge numbers of particles in a gas,
Boltzmann suggested his famous equation which describes the time evolution of
Φ(r,v,t)in μ-space ...

Tissue Mechanics

Author: Stephen C. Cowin
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The sum of two n-tuples, r and t, is denoted by r + t, where r + t = [r1+ t1, r2+ t2, ...,
rn+ tn]. Row-matrix addition is commutative, r + t = t + r, and associative, r + (t + u)
= (r + t) + u. The following distributive laws connect n-tuple addition and n-tuple
multiplication by scalars; thus, α(r + t) = αr + αt and (α + β)r = αr + βr, where α and
β are scalars. Negative n-tuples may be created by employing the definition of n-
tuple multiplication by a scalar, αr = [αr1, αr2, ..., αrn], in the special case when α ...

Partial Differential Equations Of Parabolic Type

Author: Avner Friedman
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(3.6) I() = s." u(r,t) dz. By the maximum principle, u > 0. Hence, (3.7) I(t) > 0. To
find an upper bound on I, consider the problem wrz – we = 0 for 0 < r < co, t > 0, (
3.8) w,(0, t) = f(t) — e for t > 0 (e > 0), w(x, 0) = p(x) for 0 < r < co, where p(x) = p(x)
if 0 < r < b, f(z) = 0 if b 3 & 3 co. As is easily verified, the function (39) wo, ) = -s. If()
– JNG, t,0,1) dr 4 s, e(s)N(x,t; ; 0) do is a solution of (3.8). Here N is the Neumann
function (1.23). Since N is a positive function, w,(c, t) > 0. In particular, w,(s(t), t) >

Functional Analysis Sobolev Spaces And Partial Differential Equations

Author: Haim Brezis
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It follows that |Tun – Tum || > dist(um, Em+1) > 1/2. This is impossible, since T is a
compact operator. Hence we have proved that R(I – T) = E. Conversely, assume
that R(I – T) = E. By Corollary 2.18 we know that N(I – T*) = R(I – T)+ = {0}. Since
T' e K(E"), we may apply the preceding step to infer that R(I – T') = E”. Using
Corollary 2.18 once more, we conclude that N(I – T) = R(I – T")+ = {0}. (d) Set d =
dim N(I – T) and d" = dim N(I – T"). We will first prove that d" < d. Suppose not, that
d ...

Applied Analysis By The Hilbert Space Method

Author: Samuel S. Holland
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In this case the Laplacian becomes —A=c'32/6r2+(1/r)8/or (Section 6.1). We
apply a method that has served us well in the past, namely separation of
variables. For the wave equation and heat equation we write u(r, t) = R(r)T(t),
where R depends only on the radial coordinate r and T depends only on the time
t. For Schrodinger's time-dependent equation, we write also 'P(r, t)=R(r)T(t). For
Schrodinger's time-independent equation, no separation is necessary, as the
time does not appear ...

Information Theory

Author: Robert B. Ash
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Hyperbolic Systems Of Balance Laws

Author: Alberto Bressan
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ISBN: 3540721878
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Clearly, T(0) = T, (0) = I. Also, T, a = a as t = 0 for a € D(L"), whence we obtain Ta'
– a for all a by uniform convergence of the dyadic approximants and density of
convergence of the approximants and density of each D(L") in X. Finally, for a € D
(L), we have (d/dt)(I – Lt/n)a = –La/n, from which we obtain (d/dt)T, a = -n(I – Lt/n) "
(–L/n)x = Ln(t)T,a, where Ln(t):= L(I – Lt/n) " is bounded for bounded t (exercise).
Observing that LT, (t)a: = T, La s C|La for all t, we find for a e D(L”) that en (r, t) := u
(t) ...

Multiplicative Theory Of Ideals

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Now let K' be of arbitrary degree over K. Let & be the set of all pairs (T, t), where T
is a subring of R' with R c T, T is integrally closed, the quotient field L of T in K' is
normal over K, and r is a K-automorphism of L such that r(P' n T) = P' n T (note
that P" n T and P” n T are prime ideals of T lying over P). The set & is not empty
since (R, i) belongs to 9°, where i is the identity isomorphism of K. Partially order
& by writing (T, r) - (T", T') if T & T' and T'(a) = r(a) for all a e T. By Zorn's lemma &
has ...