Structural Analysis of Metallic Glasses with Computational Homology by Akihiko Hirata download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Justin Curry, Robert Ghrist, and Michael Robinson present Euler Calculus, an integral calculus based on the Euler characteristic, and apply it to sensor and network data aggregation. Our goal is to compute qualitative features of the unknown space. Understandable and readable information for both materials scientists and mathematicians is also provided.
These questions, while unrelated, become similar when recast into a computational setting. Many of these applications are presented in optional sections, allowing an instructor to customize the presentation. Metallic glasses, relatively new materials in the field of metals, are the next-generation structural and functional materials owing to their excellent properties.
Thus the text could serve equally well in a course taught in a mathematics department or computer science department. Our input is a set of finite, discrete, noisy samples that describes an abstract space. Metallic glasses - Analysis. To understand their properties and to develop novel metallic glass materials, it is necessary to uncover their atomic structures which have no periodicity, unlike crystals.