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  • Moreover, another characteristic feature of the cool phase is that the cooler-than-usual waters are non-convex (horseshoe-shaped) and

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  • MINQ for convex general and non-convex bound constrained problems, in Matlab, by Arnold Neumaier

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  • The ChatoyantPolygonRsRt objects look like regular polygons only at the time of design; later on, they can be quickly turned into non-convex polygons, so from the beginning, their cover includes a set of triangles, which are later transformed, but always into other triangles, so each of these pieces continues to be a convex polygon.

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  • Ortiz is awarded for a remarkable stream of achievements during the period 1998-2007, encompassing physical modeling, mathematical analysis and computational technique, including in particular development of the quasi-continuum method for multiscale modeling; formulation of new incremental variational methodology for plastic deformation, with non-convex dissipation functions leading naturally to the formation of dislocation sub-structures; development of a three-dimensional, finite deformation cohesive element model for simulation of fracture and fragmentation, and associated development of symplectic integrators;

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  • - Discusses link between non-convex calculus of variations, morphological analysis, and level set methods

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  • before branching, it probes for sufficient unoccupied room within the volume that bounds its growth can be non-convex. the probes are serialized to prevent competing branches from claiming the same space. it should be possible to accommodate cycles, though i've not thought hard about the details.

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