 About 40,800 results  books.google.com Consider a periodic function g on Ilo, and denote by Il9 the periodic surface in
Rm obtained by moving each point of the surface ... Each set Mc = {x € Rn : H(x) <
c} of underlevel points of a pseudoperiodic function H has precisely one bounded
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 books.google.com "This book provides the reader with a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the concepts of almost periodicity and pseudo almost periodicity as well as their applications to differential equations, partial differential equations, ... 

 books.google.com PSEUDOPERIODIC FUNCTIONS. 136. MOST of the functions in the last two
Chapters are of the type called doublyperiodic, that is, they are reproduced
when their arguments are increased by integral multiples of two distinct periods.
But, in ... 

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is accomplished through the Floquet transform, by which a function on R3 is
expressed as an integral superposition of pseudoperiodic functions. It is defined
by ... 

 books.google.com Figure 7.2 A pseudoperiodic function. physically meaningful case of the irrational
plane sections of the Fermi surfaces in solidstate physics. To formulate the
problems of pseudoperiodic topology I need the following definition. A mapping ... 

 books.google.com Let ft be a pseudoperiodic function on the plane. Consider an unbounded curve
on the plane connecting h1(— oo) with h1(+oo). Such a curve will be called
transversal if the restriction of h to it is monotone. Theorem on transversal curves
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 books.google.com Characterizing. PseudoPeriodic. Functions. The recent behaviour of a computer
can be summarized by nonMarkovian processes, during periods of change, and
by hidden Markov models during steady state behaviour, but one still requires a ... 

 books.google.com (15) Here, the lowercase symbolŝg m refer to nonperiodic Green functions
defined in (5) (and describing couplings only through the interior material regions
of the scatterers), while the uppercase ̂G0 and ̂G are pseudoperiodic Green ... 

 books.google.com However, the form of Bloch waves given in Eq. 2.217, where now </>p(k, y) is an
unknown yperiodic function, shows that they ... The first step consists in
associating with any square integrable function u on RN a family of pseudo
periodic ... 

 books.google.com This error decrease rate will be higher for some values of n and lower for others;
this will depend on the pseudoperiodic function. o For large n,  eg( • ;n)
decreases on the average by a factor of p for each additional allpass section
used in ... 

 