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Substitutional Analysis
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Disorder and Order in Strongly Nonstoichiometri...
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long to understand that the phenomena associated with the redistribution of interstitial atoms and structural vacancies in non stoichiometric compounds represent an excellent model of analogous phenomena arising in solid-state systems with mutual substitution of components. Therefore methods of analysis and description proposed and developed for nonstoichiometric compounds are applicable to a number of systems with substitutional disorder. In 1980, when we embarked on this work, ordering in nonstoichiometric compounds was assumed to be a rare and accidental effect, which hardly deserved close attention. Now many people understand that ordering represents a general regular phenomenon in all non stoichiometric compounds. Ordering effects, which were not even mentioned, or were referred to as something insignificant and negligible just 20 years ago, proved to be numerous and comparable in magnitude with the change of properties in the whole homogeneity interval of non stoichiometric compounds. Phase diagrams of binary systems of transition metals with carbon and nitrogen, which remained unchanged from the time they were plotted in 1950-60s and containing one or two nonstoichiometric compounds, were enriched with many ordered phases. Unfortunately, the accumulated experimental and theoretical knowledge has not so far been disseminated widely.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Spectral Approach to Transport Problems in Two-...
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This book introduces the spectral approach to transport problems in infinite disordered systems characterized by Anderson-type Hamiltonians. The spectral approach determines (with probability one) the existence of extended states for nonzero disorder in infinite lattices of any dimension and geometry. Here, the author focuses on the critical 2D case, where previous numerical and experimental results have shown disagreement with theory. Not being based on scaling theory, the proposed method avoids issues related to boundary conditions and provides an alternative approach to transport problems where interaction with various types of disorder is considered. Beginning with a general overview of Anderson-type transport problems and their relevance to physical systems, it goes on to discuss in more detail the most relevant theoretical, numerical, and experimental developments in this field of research. The mathematical formulation of the innovative spectral approach is introduced together with a physical interpretation and discussion of its applicability to physical systems, followed by a numerical study of delocalization in the 2D disordered honeycomb, triangular, and square lattices. Transport in the 2D honeycomb lattice with substitutional disorder is investigated employing a spectral analysis of the quantum percolation problem. Next, the applicability of the method is extended to the classical regime, with an examination of diffusion of lattice waves in 2D disordered complex plasma crystals, along with discussion of proposed future developments in the study of complex transport problems using spectral theory.

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A Minimalist View on the Syntax-Semantics Relat...
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Current developments of the Minimalist Program in generative linguistics put the procedure of labeling syntactic objects at the center of the syntax–semantics transition. This book provides a discussion of consequences of such proposals for a proper analysis of different varieties of the operation Merge and their interpretive reflexes, as well as for the general theory of the syntax–semantics relationship. It argues that the absence of substitutional operations in Narrow Syntax should restrict the range of admissible interpretive operations on adjunction structures in the conceptual-intentional component. It also debates that syntactic chains are subject to interpretive procedures properly analyzed with the help of counterpart-theoretic concepts.

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Russell's Hidden Substitutional Theory
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This book explores an important central thread that unifies Russell's thoughts on logic in two works previously considered at odds with each other, the Principles of Mathematics and the later Principia Mathematica. This thread is Russell's doctrine that logic is an absolutely general science and that any calculus for it must embrace wholly unrestricted variables. The heart of Landini's book is a careful analysis of Russell's largely unpublished 'substitutional' theory. On Landini's showing, the substitutional theory reveals the unity of Russell's philosophy of logic and offers new avenues for a genuine solution of the paradoxes plaguing Logicism.

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Spectral Approach to Transport Problems in Two-...
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This book introduces the spectral approach to transport problems in infinite disordered systems characterized by Anderson-type Hamiltonians. The spectral approach determines (with probability one) the existence of extended states for nonzero disorder in infinite lattices of any dimension and geometry. Here, the author focuses on the critical 2D case, where previous numerical and experimental results have shown disagreement with theory. Not being based on scaling theory, the proposed method avoids issues related to boundary conditions and provides an alternative approach to transport problems where interaction with various types of disorder is considered. Beginning with a general overview of Anderson-type transport problems and their relevance to physical systems, it goes on to discuss in more detail the most relevant theoretical, numerical, and experimental developments in this field of research. The mathematical formulation of the innovative spectral approach is introduced together with a physical interpretation and discussion of its applicability to physical systems, followed by a numerical study of delocalization in the 2D disordered honeycomb, triangular, and square lattices. Transport in the 2D honeycomb lattice with substitutional disorder is investigated employing a spectral analysis of the quantum percolation problem. Next, the applicability of the method is extended to the classical regime, with an examination of diffusion of lattice waves in 2D disordered complex plasma crystals, along with discussion of proposed future developments in the study of complex transport problems using spectral theory.

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Disorder and Order in Strongly Nonstoichiometri...
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long to understand that the phenomena associated with the redistribution of interstitial atoms and structural vacancies in non stoichiometric compounds represent an excellent model of analogous phenomena arising in solid-state systems with mutual substitution of components. Therefore methods of analysis and description proposed and developed for nonstoichiometric compounds are applicable to a number of systems with substitutional disorder. In 1980, when we embarked on this work, ordering in nonstoichiometric compounds was assumed to be a rare and accidental effect, which hardly deserved close attention. Now many people understand that ordering represents a general regular phenomenon in all non stoichiometric compounds. Ordering effects, which were not even mentioned, or were referred to as something insignificant and negligible just 20 years ago, proved to be numerous and comparable in magnitude with the change of properties in the whole homogeneity interval of non stoichiometric compounds. Phase diagrams of binary systems of transition metals with carbon and nitrogen, which remained unchanged from the time they were plotted in 1950-60s and containing one or two nonstoichiometric compounds, were enriched with many ordered phases. Unfortunately, the accumulated experimental and theoretical knowledge has not so far been disseminated widely.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Spectral Approach to Transport Problems in Two-...
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This book introduces the spectral approach to transport problems in infinite disordered systems characterized by Anderson-type Hamiltonians. The spectral approach determines (with probability one) the existence of extended states for nonzero disorder in infinite lattices of any dimension and geometry. Here, the author focuses on the critical 2D case, where previous numerical and experimental results have shown disagreement with theory. Not being based on scaling theory, the proposed method avoids issues related to boundary conditions and provides an alternative approach to transport problems where interaction with various types of disorder is considered. Beginning with a general overview of Anderson-type transport problems and their relevance to physical systems, it goes on to discuss in more detail the most relevant theoretical, numerical, and experimental developments in this field of research. The mathematical formulation of the innovative spectral approach is introduced together with a physical interpretation and discussion of its applicability to physical systems, followed by a numerical study of delocalization in the 2D disordered honeycomb, triangular, and square lattices. Transport in the 2D honeycomb lattice with substitutional disorder is investigated employing a spectral analysis of the quantum percolation problem. Next, the applicability of the method is extended to the classical regime, with an examination of diffusion of lattice waves in 2D disordered complex plasma crystals, along with discussion of proposed future developments in the study of complex transport problems using spectral theory.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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A Minimalist View on the Syntax-Semantics Relat...
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Current developments of the Minimalist Program in generative linguistics put the procedure of labeling syntactic objects at the center of the syntax–semantics transition. This book provides a discussion of consequences of such proposals for a proper analysis of different varieties of the operation Merge and their interpretive reflexes, as well as for the general theory of the syntax–semantics relationship. It argues that the absence of substitutional operations in Narrow Syntax should restrict the range of admissible interpretive operations on adjunction structures in the conceptual-intentional component. It also debates that syntactic chains are subject to interpretive procedures properly analyzed with the help of counterpart-theoretic concepts.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.12.2019
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