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    A Bipartite Framework on a Quadric Surface [1]
    A c quifer [1]
    A contrario [1]
    A Coruña [1]
    A framework is proposed in which certain well-known concepts of statistical mechanics and thermodynamics can be used and applied to characterize structural systems of interconnected Timoshenko beam elements. We first make the assimilation to a network of nodes linked by potential energy functions that are derived from the stiffness properties of the beams. Then we define a series of thermodynamic quantities inherent to a given structure (i.e. [1]
    a granel Heterojunction [1]
    A graph is edge-distance-regular when it is distance-regular around each of its edges and it has the same intersection numbers for any edge taken as a root. In this paper we give some (combinatorial and algebraic) proofs of the fact that every edge-distance-regular graph G is distance-regular and homogeneous. More precisely [1]
    a heavily anthropogenic coastal tract where harbors [1]
    A Monte-Carlo method [1]
    A posteriori error estimation [1]
    A priori distribution [1]
    a priori estimates [1]
    A priori information [2]
    A priori uncertainties [1]
    A priri analysis [1]
    A return into the 3rd dimension [1]
    a series of experiments was performed on four structural specimens within the elastic regime.Their configurations were taken from the seismic regulations known as Eurocode 8 in order to have a better based reference for our comparisons. The results are then explained within this new framework. [1]
    A virtual reconstruction [1]
    a)a reaction [1]