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(20140922)The dynamics of a quantum system with a large number $N$ of identical bosonic particles interacting by means of weak twobody potentials can be simplified by using meanfield equations in which all interactions to any one ...

(20140919)In this thesis, we use martingales to show that the dilation of a sequence of monotone convolutions $D_\frac{1}{b_n} (\mu_1 \triangleright \mu_2 \triangleright \cdots \triangleright \mu_n)$ is stable, where $\mu_j$ are ...

(20140917)By studying selfavoiding polygons (SAPs) in (L, M )tubes (a tubular sublattice of the simple cubic lattice) as a sequence of 2spans, transfer matrices can be used to obtain theoretical and numerical results for these ...

(20140916)Studies show that software developers spend about 19% of their development time in web surfing. While collecting necessary information using traditional web search, they face several practical challenges. First, it does ...

(20140916)Twenty fullscale unreinforced masonry walls were constructed and tested to failure in the Structures Laboratory at the University of Saskatchewan. The focus of the testing related to two primary objectives. The first ...