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    • Almost quantum correlations 

      Navascués, M.; Guryanova, Y.; Hoban, M.J.; Acín, A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2015)
      Quantum theory is not only successfully tested in laboratories every day but also constitutes a robust theoretical framework: small variations usually lead to implausible consequences, such as faster-than-light communication. ...
    • Direct measurement of molecular stiffness and damping in confined water layers 

      Jeffery, S.; Hoffmann, P. M.; Pethica, J. B.; Ramanujan, C.; Özer, H. Ö.; Oral, A. (The American Physical Society, 2004)
      We present direct and linear measurements of the normal stiffness and damping of a confined, few molecule thick water layer. The measurements were obtained by use of a small amplitude (0.36 Å), off-resonance atomic force ...
    • Fractional Fourier transform pre-processing for neural networks and its application to object recognition 

      Barshan, B.; Ayrulu, B. (Pergamon Press, 2002)
      This study investigates fractional Fourier transform pre-processing of input signals to neural networks. The fractional Fourier transform is a generalization of the ordinary Fourier transform with an order parameter a. ...
    • GOPred: GO molecular function prediction by combined classifiers 

      Saraç Ö.S.; Atalay V.; Cetin-Atalay, R. (2010)
      Functional protein annotation is an important matter for in vivo and in silico biology. Several computational methods have been proposed that make use of a wide range of features such as motifs, domains, homology, structure ...
    • Is the largest Lyapunov exponent preserved in embedded dynamics? 

      Dechert W.Davis, Gençay, R. (2000)
      The method of reconstruction for an n-dimensional system from observations is to form vectors of m consecutive observations, which for m > 2n, is generically an embedding. This is Takens' result. Our analytical examples ...
    • Model boson fluid with disorder in the self-consistent field approximation 

      Yurtsever, A.; Tanatar, B. (2001)
      We study the ground-state properties of a model neutral boson fluid in the presence of disorder effects. The effective interaction between the bosons is obtained through the self-consistent field method which renormalizes ...
    • On the stability of delayed feedback controllers 

      Morgül, Ö. (Elsevier, 2003)
      We consider the stability of delayed feedback control (DFC) scheme for one-dimensional discrete time systems. We first construct a map whose fixed points correspond to the periodic orbits of the uncontrolled system. Then ...
    • Schlesinger transformations for discrete second Painlevé equation: d-PII 

      Muǧan, U.; Sakka, A.; Santini P. M. (Elsevier BV * North-Holland, 2005)
      A method to obtain the Schlesinger transformations for the standard discrete second Painlevé equation, d-PII, is given. The procedure involves formulating a Riemann-Hilbert problem for a transformation matrix which transforms ...
    • Six low-strain zinc-blende half metals: An ab initio investigation 

      Pask J.E.; Yang L.H.; Fong, C.Y.; Pickett W.E.; Dag, S. (2003)
      A class of spintronic materials, the zinc-blende (ZB) half metals, has recently been synthesized in thin-film form. We apply all-electron and pseudopotential ab initio methods to investigate the electronic and structural ...
    • Stratonovich-to-Itô transition in noisy systems with multiplicative feedback 

      Pesce G.; McDaniel, A.; Hottovy, S.; Wehr J.; Volpe G. (Nature Publishing Group, 2013)
      Intrinsically noisy mechanisms drive most physical, biological and economic phenomena. Frequently, the system's state influences the driving noise intensity (multiplicative feedback). These phenomena are often modelled ...