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Each secure **partition functions** as an independent server, increasing system reliability because a fault in one partition does not affect others.

60 QA166 While working with the Theory Group of Microsoft Research in 2003, three interrelated issues were raised to the author: which functions on finite graphs can be represented as **partition functions** of models from statistical physics, whether the notion of "limit distribution" was applicable to sequences of graphs, and whether results about quasirandom graphs can be generalized to multitype quasirandom graphs.

In a next step we apply five higher-order methods of analysis: (i) The **partition function** multifractal analysis, (ii) The Rank Ordered Multifractal analysis, (iii) The wave telescope, (iv) the multi-spacecraft methods for anisotropy (v) the discriminating statistics.

The **partition function** scales with the segment size [epsilon] as (Meneveau et al.

It is found that some of the asymptotic behaviours of the **partition function** have been forwarded by G.

The number of partitions of n is given by the **partition function** p(n).

We will also use divalent vertices, and in this case the two edges have to be both in, or both out, and the corresponding weight is 1: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] The **partition function** of a given ice model is then defined as the sum over all its states of the product of the weights of the vertices.

[alpha]]) = P([alpha]), where P([alpha]) is the unrestricted **partition function**.