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Aeroelastic stability analysis via multiparameter eigenvalue problems
This paper presents a new method of identifying and analysing stability boundaries in parametric systems using multiparameter spectral theory. Considering our driving application, the analysis of aeroelastic flutter ...
Nonparametric Identification of the Distribution of Random Coefficients in Binary Response Static Games of Complete Information
This paper studies binary response static games of complete information allowing complex heterogeneity through a random coeﬃcients speciﬁcation. The main result of the paper establishes nonparametric point identiﬁcation ...
The Mathematics of Craft (Invited Workshops)
Maths Craft is a non-profit initiative founded in 2016 and run by academics who are passionate about engaging the public with mathematics through craft. The inaugural Maths Craft event was the Maths Craft Festival held ...
Classifying Material Implications over Minimal Logic
The so-called paradoxes of material implication have motivated the development of many non-classical logics over the years [2–5, 11]. In this note, we investigate some of these paradoxes and classify them, over minimal ...
The Third Trick
We prove a result, similar to the ones known as Ishihara's First and Second Trick, for sequences of functions.
Body-rock or lift-off in flow
(CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS, 2013)
Conditions are investigated under which a body lying at rest or rocking on a solid horizontal surface can be removed from the surface by hydrodynamic forces or instead continues rocking. The investigation is motivated by ...
Fluid-body interactions: Clashing, skimming, bouncing
(ROYAL SOC, 2011)
Solid-solid and solid-fluid impacts and bouncing are the concern here. A theoretical study is presented on fluid-body interaction in which the motion of the body and the fluid influence each other nonlinearly. There could ...
Spatial utilization predicts animal social contact networks are not scale-free
While heterogeneity in social behaviour has been described in many human contexts it is often assumed to be less common in the animal kingdom even though scale-free networks are observed. This homogeneity raises the question ...
Teaching Geometrical Principles to Design Students
We propose a new method of teaching the principles of geometry to design students. The students focus on a field of design in which geometry is the design: tessellation. We review different approaches to geometry and ...