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Experimental study of the collision 11Be + 64Zn around the Coulomb barrier
(American Physical Society, 2012)
In this paper details of the experimental procedure and data analysis of the collision of 11Be +64Zn around the Coulomb barrier are described and discussed in the framework of different theoretical approaches. In a previous ...
Towards Systematic Mutations for and with ATL Model Transformations
(IEEE Computer Society, 2015)
Model transformation is a key technique to automate software engineering tasks, such as generating implementations of software systems from higher-level models. To enable this automation, transformation engines are used ...
Introducing Approximate Model Transformations
(Universidad de Cádiz, 2014)
Model transformations dealing with very large models need to count on mechanisms and tools to be able to manage them. The usual approach to improve performance in these cases has focused on the use of concurrency ...
Towards Approximate Model Transformations
As the size and complexity of models grow, there is a need to count on novel mechanisms and tools for transforming them. This is required, e.g., when model transformations need to provide target models without having ...
Algebraic DVR Approaches Applied to Describe the Stark Effect
Two algebraic approaches based on a discrete variable representation are introduced and applied to describe the Stark effect in the non-relativistic Hydrogen atom. One approach consists of considering an algebraic ...
Reflections on Content to be Included in the "Basic Electronics" Proficiency of Industrial Engineering degrees
(IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
Industrial Engineering degree course syllabuses include a series of basic, common skills which must be acquired by those studying for any of the five qualifications that can be obtained in the subject. This paper presents ...