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And 59 percent of Sky Italians subscribers used non-linear viewing.
In the case of linearized model of the bearings we can build the optimization problems for rotor-bearing systems by coupling the finite element method (FEM) to the methods of non-linear programming with constraints (Nicoara et al, 2000).
The 48 papers, including the full texts of poster papers, report findings in the areas of non-linear optical materials, organometallic optical materials, plasmonics, electro-optic and electronic materials, organic and hybrid light-emitting devices, nanocomposite optical materials, linear and non-linear optical properties of organic and composite materials, electrical and optical properties of organic and hybrid light-emitting devices, and organic photonic bandgap structures.
A NIST scientist has applied non-linear optics (NLO) to the characterization of gallium nitride grown by industry and university collaborators.
the award winning producer of digital video and audio solutions, today announced two new versions of the award winning Video F/X integrated post production system, offering improved video signal quality and a Polylinear(TM) system with both tape-based and non-linear disk-based editing.
This focus on delivering results is baked into non-linear creations' corporate DNA and drives each of our areas of practice:
NIST researchers have established a new non-linear network analysis facility for the study of radio-frequency and microwave networks used in commercial wireless communication systems.
The strains available for testing in the RPA can be split into two major groups: low strains which commonly correspond to the linear viscoelastic region and high strains that correspond to the non-linear viscoelastic region.