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  • Evolution of the transverse density structure of oscillating coronal loops inferred by forward modelling of EUV intensity 

    Goddard, Christopher Rhys; Antolin, Patrick; Pascoe, David J. (2018-07-12) - Journal article
    Recent developments in the observation and modelling of kink oscillations of coronal loops have led to heightened interest over the last few years. The modification of the Transverse Density Profile (TDP) of oscillating ...
  • Modelling the broadband propagation of marine mammal echolocation clicks for click-based population density estimates 

    von Benda-Beckmann, Alexander; Thomas, Leonard Joseph; Tyack, Peter Lloyd; Ainslie, Michael (2018-02) - Journal article
    Passive acoustic monitoring with widely-dispersed hydrophones has been suggested as a cost-effective method to monitor population densities of echolocating marine mammals. This requires an estimate of the area around each ...
  • Global non-potential magnetic models of the solar corona during the March 2015 eclipse 

    Yeates, A. R.; Amari, Tahar; Contopoulos, Ioannis; Feng, Xueshang; Mackay, D. H.; Mikić, Zoran; Wiegelmann, Thomas; Hutton, Joseph; Lowder, Christopher A.; Morgan, Huw; Petrie, Gordon; Rachmeler, L. A.; Upton, Lisa A.; Canou, Aurelien; Chopin, Pierre; Downs, Cooper; Druckmüller, Miloslav; Linker, Jon A.; Seaton, Daniel B.; Török, Tibor (2018-08) - Journal article
    Seven different models are applied to the same problem of simulating the Sun’s coronal magnetic field during the solar eclipse on 2015 March 20. All of the models are non-potential, allowing for free magnetic energy, but ...
  • Solvable quotients of subdirect products of perfect groups are nilpotent 

    Kearnes, Keith; Mayr, Peter; Ruskuc, Nik (2018-08-09) - Journal article
    We prove the statement in the title and exhibit examples of quotients of arbitrary nilpotency class. This answers a question by Holt.
  • Spatial modeling with R-INLA : a review 

    Bakka, Haakon; Rue, Håvard; Fuglstad, Geir-arne; Riebler, Andrea; Bolin, David; Illian, Janine; Krainski, Elias; Simpson, Daniel; Lindgren, Finn (2018-07-05) - Journal item
    Coming up with Bayesian models for spatial data is easy, but performing inference with them can be challenging. Writing fast inference code for a complex spatial model with realistically‐sized datasets from scratch is ...

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