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Variance decomposition networks : potential pitfalls and a simple solution
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ISBN: 1475598688 9781475598681 1475598629 Year: 2017 Publisher: [Washington, District of Columbia] : International Monetary Fund,

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An introduction to domain decomposition methods : algorithms, theory, and parallel implementation
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ISBN: 9781611974058 1611974054 Year: 2015 Publisher: Philadelphia Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

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Domain decomposition methods in science and engineering XXI
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ISBN: 9783319057880 Year: 2014 Publisher: Cham Springer

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Typhoon turning atlas
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ISBN: 9814525197 9789814525190 9789814531818 9814531812 1322030677 9781322030678 Year: 2014 Publisher: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.,

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Typhoons with unusual tracks are difficult to forecast with respect to whether, when, and where typhoon turning occurs based on traditional synoptic charts and numerical weather forecast model products. This typhoon turning atlas provides an additional tool to deal with the typhoon turning question by using a physical decomposition method together with thousands of plots. In particular, this atlas provides important information of 322 historical typhoons that occurred in the past three decades and demonstrates how they were influenced respectively. Sample Chapter(s). Chapter 1: Variable Decomp


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Domain decomposition methods
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ISBN: 0898712335 Year: 1989 Publisher: Philadelphia (Pa.): SIAM


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Higher order dynamic mode decomposition and its applications
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ISBN: 0128227664 9780128227664 0128197439 9780128197431 Year: 2021 Publisher: London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier,


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Decomposition methods in multiphysics and multiscale problems : models and simulation
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ISBN: 9781617610554 1617610550 9781617286117 1617286117 Year: 2012 Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers,

Model theory and linear extreme points in the numerical radius unit ball
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ISSN: 00659266 ISBN: 0821806513 Year: 1997 Publisher: Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society,


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Discovering complexity : decomposition and localization as strategies in scientific research
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ISBN: 9780262514736 Year: 2010 Publisher: Cambridge, MA : MIT Press,

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In Discovering Complexity, William Bechtel and Robert Richardson examine two heuristics that guided the development of mechanistic models in the life sciences: decomposition and localization. Drawing on historical cases from disciplines including cell biology, cognitive neuroscience, and genetics, they identify a number of "choice points" that life scientists confront in developing mechanistic explanations and show how different choices result in divergent explanatory models. Describing decomposition as the attempt to differentiate functional and structural components of a system and localization as the assignment of responsibility for specific functions to specific structures, Bechtel and Richardson examine the usefulness of these heuristics as well as their fallibility--the sometimes false assumption underlying them that nature is significantly decomposable and hierarchically organized. When Discovering Complexity was originally published in 1993, few philosophers of science perceived the centrality of seeking mechanisms to explain phenomena in biology, relying instead on the model of nomological explanation advanced by the logical positivists (a model Bechtel and Richardson found to be utterly inapplicable to the examples from the life sciences in their study). Since then, mechanism and mechanistic explanation have become widely discussed. In a substantive new introduction to this MIT Press edition of their book, Bechtel and Richardson examine both philosophical and scientific developments in research on mechanistic models since 1993.


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DECOMP : an implementation of Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition for linear programming
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ISBN: 0387971548 1468493973 Year: 1989 Publisher: New York (N.Y.): Springer

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