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Solution-based synthesis of kesterite thin film semiconductors ; ; et al in Journal of Physics : Energy (2020) Detailed reference viewed: 116 (7 UL)SOLUTIONS Micro-scale modelling: method and initial results Caruso, Geoffrey E-print/Working paper (2005) Detailed reference viewed: 71 (0 UL)Solutions to achieve gender parity amongst national UNICEF Nepal staff Muzzi, Mariana Elise Bachelor/master dissertation (2019) The United Nations (UN) has fallen short in meeting commitments - which date back to 1970 - to achieve gender parity. Conversely, UNICEF globally has achieved gender parity. This global average however ... [more ▼] The United Nations (UN) has fallen short in meeting commitments - which date back to 1970 - to achieve gender parity. Conversely, UNICEF globally has achieved gender parity. This global average however hides a gender imbalanced workforce at the regional level, in country offices and in functional areas. At UNICEF Nepal, men are over-represented in the workforce. The most significant gender imbalance lies within the category of national staff. Based on analysis of Human Resources (HR) recruitment and workforce data and interviews with UN staff, the research identified potential reasons for the under-representation of Nepalese women. Nepalese women are not leaving their jobs any more than men, career development opportunities are similar for men and women, selection procedures do not discriminate against women, there are policies in place for flexible work arrangements. From this elimination process, the main reason for the under-representation of women at UNICEF Nepal is that only a small number of women are applying to positions in the first place. From an array of potential reasons for women not applying to UNICEF Nepal, UNICEF can address the perception that UNICEF is a boys’ club that is inflexible in terms of working arrangements. Next, the research explored solutions from other UNICEF country offices, UN entities, the private sector and academia. The study presented practical solutions for UNICEF Nepal to adopt: Temporarily hiring only women, talent outreach, adapting and creating new traineeship and fellowship programmes, better communicating UNICEF’s goals on gender parity and job advertisements tailored to women. Beyond its direct application to UNICEF Nepal, this paper could inspire reflection at the country office, regional office and headquarters on solutions to achieve a more diverse workforce respecting gender balance, equitable geographical distribution, caste and others. In sum, it could guide reflection on solutions for UNICEF to have a workforce more representative of the society. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 30 (2 UL)Solvability of invariant systems of differential equations on the hyperbolic plane Palmirotta, Guendalina Speeches/Talks (2022) In the Euclidean case, it is well-known, by Malgrange and Ehrenpreis, that linear differential operators with constant coefficients are solvable. However, what happens, if we genuinely extend this ... [more ▼] In the Euclidean case, it is well-known, by Malgrange and Ehrenpreis, that linear differential operators with constant coefficients are solvable. However, what happens, if we genuinely extend this situation and consider systems of linear invariant differential operators, is still solvable? In case of Rn (for some positive integer n), the question has been proved mainly by Hörmander. We will show that this remains still true for Riemannian symmetric spaces of non-compact type X = G/K. More precisely, we will present a possible strategy to solve this problem by using the Fourier trans- form and its Paley-Wiener(-Schwartz) theorem for (distributional) sections of vector bundles over X. We will get complete solvability for the hyperbolic plane H2 = SL(2, R)/SO(2) and beyond. This work was part of my doctoral dissertation supervised by Martin Olbrich. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 58 (0 UL)Solvability of systems of invariant differential equations on H2 and beyond Palmirotta, Guendalina ; Olbrich, Martin E-print/Working paper (2022) We show how the Fourier transform for distributional sections of vector bundles over symmetric spaces of non-compact type G/K can be used for questions of solvability of systems of invariant differential ... [more ▼] We show how the Fourier transform for distributional sections of vector bundles over symmetric spaces of non-compact type G/K can be used for questions of solvability of systems of invariant differential equations in analogy to Hörmander’s proof of the Ehrenpreis-Malgrange theorem. We get complete solvability for the hyperbolic plane H2 and partial results for products H^2 × · · · × H^2 and the hyperbolic 3-space H^3. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 43 (0 UL)Solvability of systems of invariant differential equations on symmetric spaces G/K Palmirotta, Guendalina Doctoral thesis (2021) We study the Fourier transform for distributional sections of vector bundles over symmetric spaces of non-compact type. We show how this can be used for questions of solvability of systems of invariant ... [more ▼] We study the Fourier transform for distributional sections of vector bundles over symmetric spaces of non-compact type. We show how this can be used for questions of solvability of systems of invariant differential equations in analogy to Hörmander’s proof of the Ehrenpreis-Malgrange theorem. We get complete solvability for the hyperbolic plane H2 and partial results for finite products H2 × · · · × H2 and the hyperbolic 3-space H3. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 72 (9 UL)Solvation free energies and transfer free energies for amino acids from hydrophobic solution to water solution from a very simple residue model Gu, Wei ; ; in Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004), 108(18), 5806-5814 Solvation free energies of neutral amino acids in water and in chloroform were computed from extensive molecular dynamics simulations using multiconfiguration thermodynamic integration. The values ... [more ▼] Solvation free energies of neutral amino acids in water and in chloroform were computed from extensive molecular dynamics simulations using multiconfiguration thermodynamic integration. The values computed for the AMBER force field are in very good agreement with available experimental data (rms differences of 5.1 kJ mol(-1) for the solvation free energies and 6.4 kJ mol(-1) for the transfer free energies of amino acids between water and chloroform) and with existing calculations. We derived an additive residue-scale solvation model formulated as the sum of a nonpolar term that is proportional to the molecular surface area and an electrostatic term (Kirkwood-Onsager model) for the hydration free energy of a dipole in a solvated cavity. This model can surprisingly well describe the solvation free energies in water and chloroform as well as the transfer free energies of amino acids between the two solvents when suitably adapted cavity radii are used. Root-mean-square differences of the predicted values with respect to the values calculated from thermodynamic integration are 1.8, 5.9, and 7.7 kJ mol(-1), respectively. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 188 (2 UL)Solvent effects on crystal nucleation in colloidal suspensions Schilling, Tanja Scientific Conference (2013) Detailed reference viewed: 46 (3 UL)Solvent effects on crystal nucleation in colloidal suspensions Schilling, Tanja Scientific Conference (2013) Detailed reference viewed: 55 (2 UL)Solvent hydrodynamics speed up crystal nucleation in suspensions of hard spheres Radu, Marc ; Schilling, Tanja in Europhysics Letters (2014), 105 We present a computer simulation study on the crystal nucleation process in suspensions of hard spheres, fully taking into account the solvent hydrodynamics. If the dynamics of crystallization in this ... [more ▼] We present a computer simulation study on the crystal nucleation process in suspensions of hard spheres, fully taking into account the solvent hydrodynamics. If the dynamics of crystallization in this system were purely diffusive, the crystal nucleation rate would be inversely proportional to the solvent viscosity. However, we observe that the nucleation rate is enhanced at high viscosities with respect to the diffusive behaviour. This effect might explain the large discrepancy between the nuclation rates obtained by simulation and experiment that have been reported in the literature so far. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 141 (8 UL)Solving arithmetic problems in first and second language: Does the language context matter? Van Rinsveld, Amandine ; Schiltz, Christine ; et al in Learning and instruction (2016) Learning mathematics in a second language is a challenge for many learners. The purpose of the study was to provide new insights into the role of the language context in mathematic learning and more ... [more ▼] Learning mathematics in a second language is a challenge for many learners. The purpose of the study was to provide new insights into the role of the language context in mathematic learning and more particularly arithmetic problem solving. We investigated this question in a GermaneFrench bilingual educational setting in Luxembourg. Participants with increasing bilingual proficiency levels were invited to solve additions in both their first and second instruction languages: German and French. Arithmetic problems were presented in two different conditions: preceded by a semantic judgment or without additional language context. In the French session we observed that additions were systematically performed faster in the condition with an additional language context. In contrast no effect of the context was observed in the German session. In conclusion, providing a language context enhanced arithmetic performances in bilinguals' second instruction language. This finding entails implications for designing optimal mathematic learning environments in multilingual educational settings. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 323 (29 UL)Solving Chisini's functional equation Marichal, Jean-Luc in Aequationes Mathematicae (2010), 79(3), 237-260 We investigate the n-variable real functions G that are solutions of the Chisini functional equation F(x) = F(G(x),...,G(x)), where F is a given function of n real variables. We provide necessary and ... [more ▼] We investigate the n-variable real functions G that are solutions of the Chisini functional equation F(x) = F(G(x),...,G(x)), where F is a given function of n real variables. We provide necessary and sufficient conditions on F for the existence and uniqueness of solutions. When F is nondecreasing in each variable, we show in a constructive way that if a solution exists then a nondecreasing and idempotent solution always exists. We also provide necessary and sufficient conditions on F for the existence of continuous solutions and we show how to construct such a solution. We finally discuss a few applications of these results. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 119 (11 UL)Solving Chisini's functional equation Marichal, Jean-Luc Scientific Conference (2010, June) Detailed reference viewed: 98 (8 UL)Solving equations with negatives or crossing the formalizing gap Vlassis, Joëlle in Vlassis, Joëlle (Ed.) Proceedings of the 25th International conference for the Psychology of M athematics Education (PME 25) (2001) Detailed reference viewed: 184 (5 UL)Solving extremely ill-posed structures Beex, Lars ; ; Scientific Conference (2016, April) Detailed reference viewed: 85 (4 UL)Solving the FIXML2Code-case Study with HenshinTGG Hermann, Frank ; Nachtigall, Nico ; Braatz, Benjamin et al in Rose, Louis M.; Krause, Christian; Horn, Tassilo (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th Transformation Tool Contest - part of the Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations (STAF 2014) federation of conferences (2014) Triple graph grammars (TGGs) provide a formal framework for bidirectional model transformations. As in practice, TGGs are primarily used in pure model-to-model transformation scenarios, tools for text-to ... [more ▼] Triple graph grammars (TGGs) provide a formal framework for bidirectional model transformations. As in practice, TGGs are primarily used in pure model-to-model transformation scenarios, tools for text-to-model and model-to-text transformations make them also applicable in text-to-text transformation contexts. This paper presents a solution for the text-to-text transformation case study of the Transformation Tool Contest 2014 on translating FIXML (an XML notation for financial transactions) to source code written in Java, C# or C++. The solution uses the HenshinTGG tool for specifying and executing model-to-model transformations based on the formal concept of TGGs as well as the Xtext tool for parsing XML content to yield its abstract syntax tree (text-to-model transformation) and serialising abstract syntax trees to source code (model-to-text transformation). The approach is evaluated concerning a given set of criteria. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 168 (16 UL)Solving the stochastic Burgers equation with a sensitivity derivative-driven Monte Carlo method Hauseux, Paul ; Hale, Jack ; Bordas, Stéphane Software (n.d.) Please see the links below for complete information. Detailed reference viewed: 178 (14 UL)Solving the three dimensional quadratic assignment problem on a computational grid ; Mehdi, Malika ; Bouvry, Pascal et al in Cluster Computing (2014), 17(2), 205-217 The exact resolution of large instances of combinatorial optimization problems, such as three dimensional quadratic assignment problem (Q3AP), is a real challenge for grid computing. Indeed, it is ... [more ▼] The exact resolution of large instances of combinatorial optimization problems, such as three dimensional quadratic assignment problem (Q3AP), is a real challenge for grid computing. Indeed, it is necessary to reconsider the resolution algorithms and take into account the characteristics of such environments, especially large scale and dynamic availability of resources, and their multi-domain administration. In this paper, we revisit the design and implementation of the branch and bound algorithm for solving large combinatorial optimization problems such as Q3AP on the computational grids. Such gridification is based on new ways to effi- ciently deal with some crucial issues, mainly dynamic adaptive load balancing and fault tolerance. Our new approach allowed the exact resolution on a nation-wide grid of a dif- ficult Q3AP instance. To solve this instance, an average of 1,123 computing cores were used for less than 12 days with a peak of around 3,427 computing cores. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 117 (1 UL)Solving very large instances of the scheduling of independent tasks problem on the GPU Pinel, Frédéric ; Dorronsoro, Bernabé ; Bouvry, Pascal in Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (2013), 73(1), 101-110 Detailed reference viewed: 154 (6 UL)„Solvitur ambulando“. Pilgerräume bei Werner Herzog: Vom Gehen im Eis und Wolfgang Büscher: Berlin – Moskau Amann, Wilhelm in Börnchen, Stefan; Mein, Georg (Eds.) Weltliche Wallfahrten. Auf der Spur des Realen. (2010) Detailed reference viewed: 222 (4 UL) |
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