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  • An algebraic global linelet preconditioner for incompressible flow solvers 

    Olazábal, Ramiro de; Borrell Pol, Ricard; Lehmkuhl Barba, Oriol (2024-10-01)
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    Given the wide range of scales present in fluid dynamics, highly anisotropic meshes are often employed to resolve boundary layer flow at high Reynolds numbers. However, such meshes result in distorted elements, which can ...
  • Adult Aedes albopictus in winter: implications for mosquito surveillance in southern Europe 

    Lührsen, Daniela Sofie; Zavitsanou, Evangelia; Cerecedo Iglesias, Catuxa; Pardo Araujo, Marta; Palmer, John; Lowe, Rachel (Elsevier, 2023-09)
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    Aedes albopictus, commonly referred to as the Asian tiger mosquito, is an invasive species that was introduced into Europe in the late 20th century. Ae albopictus has since spread and has been recorded in more than 25 ...
  • Perceptual maps to aggregate assessments from different rating profiles: A hesitant fuzzy linguistic approach 

    Abuasaker, Walaa; Nguyen, Jennifer; Ruiz Vegas, Francisco Javier; Sánchez Soler, Monica; Agell, Núria (Elsevier, 2023-11)
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    In decision making environments under uncertainty, assessments are frequently expressed in linguistic terms. When people express their opinions using linguistic terms, the meanings ascribed to these terms may not always ...
  • Extremal Sidon sets are Fourier uniform, with applications to partition regularity 

    Ortega Sánchez Colomer, Miquel; Prendiville, Sean (2023-01-01)
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    Generalising results of Erdos-Freud and Lindström, we prove that the largest Sidon subset of a bounded interval of integers is equidistributed in Bohr neighbourhoods. We establish this by showing that extremal Sidon sets ...
  • Some characterizations of resolute majority rules 

    Freixas Bosch, Josep; Samaniego Vidal, Daniel (Springer, 2023-10-14)
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    In this paper we consider decision functions in which voters have three options and one of them is abstention or indifference and the output is a binary decision between two alternatives so that a tie is not possible. These ...
  • Cospectral mates for generalized Johnson and Grassmann graphs 

    Abiad Monge, Aida; D'haeseleer, Jozefien; Haemers, Willem H.; Simoens, Robin Nicolas (Elsevier, 2023-12)
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    We provide three infinite families of graphs in the Johnson and Grassmann schemes that are not uniquely determined by their spectrum. We do so by constructing graphs that are cospectral but non-isomorphic to these graphs.
  • Particle realization of Bondi-Metzner-Sachs symmetry in 2 + 1 space-time 

    Batlle Arnau, Carles; Campello Román, Víctor Manuel; Gomis Torné, Joaquin (Springer, 2023-11-02)
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    We construct a Lorentz invariant massive particle model in (2+1) space-time with an enlarged set of symmetries which includes Bondi-Metzner-Sachs (BMS) translations (supertranslations), using the non-linear realization ...
  • A mechanical G2 checkpoint controls epithelial cell division through E-cadherin-mediated regulation of Wee1-Cdk1 

    Donker, Lisa; Houtekamer, Ronja; Vliem, Marjolein; Sipieter, François; Canever, Helena; Gómez González, Manuel; Bosch Padrós, Miquel; Pannekoek, Willem Jan; Trepat Guixer, Xavier; Borghi, Nicolas; Gloerich, Martijn (Elsevier, 2022-10-11)
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    Epithelial cell divisions are coordinated with cell loss to preserve epithelial integrity. However, how epithelia adapt their rate of cell division to changes in cell number, for instance during homeostatic turnover or ...
  • Random walks associated with symmetric M-matrices 

    Carmona Mejías, Ángeles; Encinas Bachiller, Andrés Marcos; Jiménez Jiménez, María José; Martin Llopis, Álvar (Elsevier, 2024-07-15)
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    In this paper we generalize the transition probability matrix for a random walk on a finite network by defining the transition probabilities througha symmetric M-matrix. Usually, the walker jumps from a vertex to a ...
  • Multisymplectic formalism for cubic horndeski theories 

    Doniz Hernández, Mauricio; Gaset Rifà, Jordi (2023-07-10)
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    We present the covariant multisymplectic formalism for the so-called cubic Horndeski theories and discuss the geometrical and physical interpretation of the constraints that arise in the uni¿ed Lagrangian-Hamiltonian ...
  • Single and two-cells shape analysis from energy functionals for three-dimensional vertex models 

    Khan, Ahmad Kamal; Muñoz Castro, Guillem; Muñoz Romero, José (John Wiley & sons, 2023-07-21)
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    Vertex models have been extensively used for simulating the evolution ofmulticellular systems, and have given rise to important global properties con-cerning their macroscopic rheology or jamming transitions. These models ...
  • On remote electronic voting with both coercion resistance and cast-as-intended verifiability 

    Finogina, Tamara; Herranz Sotoca, Javier (2023-08-01)
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    In this work, we study two essential but apparently contradictory properties of electronic voting systems: coercion resistance (CR) and cast-as-intended verifiability (CAI). Informally, the CR property ensures that a voter ...

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