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  1. Statistical Mechanics of Lattice Systems: Volume 2: Exact, Series and Renormalization Group Methods (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by David A. Lavis, George M. Bell, 1999-04-14
  2. Introduction to Lattice Theory by D. E. Rutherford, 1965
  3. Spin-Lattice Relaxation in Ionic Solids by A. A. Manenkov, 1966
  4. Algebras, Lattices, Varieties (The Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole mathematics series) by Ralph N. McKenzie, George F. McNulty, et all 1987-04
  5. Numerical Challenges in Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics: Joint Interdisciplinary Workshop of John von Neumann Institute for Computing, Jülich and Institute ... in Computational Science and Engineering)
  6. Lattice Boltzmann Methods for Shallow Water Flows by Jian G. Zhou, 2004-01-12
  7. Crystal Structures: Lattices and Solids in Stereoview (Horwood Series in Chemical Science) by M. F. C. Ladd, 1999-07
  8. Semimodular Lattices: Theory and Applications (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) by Manfred Stern, 1999-05-13
  9. Phonons in Perfect Lattices and In Lattices With Point Imperfections by R. W. H. Stevenson, 1966
  10. Perspectives in Lattice Qcd
  11. Turbulence & Particle Dynamics in Dense Crystal Slurries: A Numerical Study by Means of Lattice-Boltzmann Simulations by Andreas Ten Cate, 2002-12
  12. Theory of Lattice Dynamics in the Harmonic Approximation
  13. Lattice-Valued Logic: An Alternative Approach to Treat Fuzziness and Incomparability (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing) by Yang Xu, Da Ruan, et all 2003-09-10
  14. Theory of Lattice-ordered Groups (Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Michael Darnel, 1994-11-15

41. Hoshen-Kopelman Algorithm For Cluster Identification
An algorithm for identifying connected clusters on a lattice where sites may be occupied or nonoccupied. With example C code.
The file you are looking for has moved! The new URL is

42. IldgWiki:HomePage
International lattice DataGrid. ildg international lattice datagrid. HomePage.Welcome to the International lattice DataGrid community webpages - the ildgWiki.
International Lattice DataGrid
Welcome to the International Lattice DataGrid community webpages - the ildgWiki . The latest news concerning this website can be found here . These pages are kindly hosted by Jefferson Lab
What's New
  • The 4th ILDG Workshop will be held on May 21, 2004, from 10 am to 2 pm (GMT). The workshop will comprise reports from the ILDG Middleware and Metadata Working Groups, short contributed talks by the participants and discussion sessions.
  • To develop an international datagrid for the lattice field theory community. To develop an XML Schema suitable for describing the data generated by lattice field-theory.
Two working groups have been set up to coordinate these developments: Follow the links to find out more about each group.
Our meetings are a series of workshops which use AccessGrid videoconferencing to allow people to attend the conference in the comfort of their home institute.
  • (May 2004). (Dec 2003). (May 2003). (Dec 2002).

43. Lattice Windows: A Division Of Mike Honour Windows - Home Page
For Includes a description of available styles, window furniture, and examples of recent work.
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lattice 2004lattice 2004 The XXII International Symposium on lattice Field TheoryFermi National Accelerator Laboratory June 2126, 2004

45. High Energy Physics - Lattice
The Geometry Junkyard Geometry of NumbersThe Geometry Junkyard. lattice Theory and Geometry of Numbers. See also Sloane sspherepacking and lattice theory publications. Connect the dots.
High Energy Physics - Lattice (since 2/92)
e-Prints are available for the following years:
  • new hep-lat papers received (most recent mailing)
  • recent hep-lat listings
  • current month's hep-lat listings
  • lastupdate of daily changes to hep-lat database (ftp format)
  • some info for hep-lat
Links to: arXiv hep-lat find abs

46. Lattice - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
lattice. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In colloquial usage, a latticeis a structure of crossed laths with open spaces left between them.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In colloquial usage, a lattice is a structure of crossed laths with open spaces left between them. The term is used in various technical senses, all of which have some geometrical relation to the dictionary definition.

47. Wicked Toast - PlanetSide: After Lattice Preview
Preview by Marcin. This forces each side to funnel forces to only a few hotspots on the map, not be forced to react when random bases are attacked on the other side of the continent only to arrive too late time and time again. Includes screen shots.

48. Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math
lattice Multiplication. Date 10/19/96 at 214239 From Doctor Mason Subject Relattice Multiplication Dear Susan, You ve asked one of my favorite questions.

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Date: 8/30/96 at 10:3:13 From: by way of Eric Sasson Subject: Lattice Multiplication Can you please explain the lattice method of solving a multiplication problem? Thanks, Susan Date: 10/19/96 at 21:42:39 From: Doctor Mason Subject: Re: Lattice Multiplication Dear Susan, You've asked one of my favorite questions. In fact, your question is why I became a Math Doctor. The Lattice Form of Multiplication dates back to the 1200s or before in Europe. It gets its name from the fact that to do the multiplication you fill in a grid which resembles a lattice one might find ivy growing on. Let me see if I can explain it with an example. Let's multiply 469 x 37. First write the 469 across the top, and the 37 down the right side of a 3x2 rectangle. (It's 3x2 because the factors have three and two digits respectively.) Now fill in the lattice by multiplying the two digits found at the head of the column and to the right of the row. When the partial product is two digits, the first (10's) digit goes above the diagonal and the second (1's) digit goes on the lower right of the diagonal. If the partial product is only one digit, a zero is placed in the triangle above the diagonal in the square. At this point, we have the multiplication done. Now we add along the diagonals beginning in the lower right to get the final product. Any "carries" when adding are illustrated outside the rectangle.

49. USC, Department Of Mathematics, Ognian Trifonov
University of South Carolina. Analytic number theory and approximation theory; lattice points close to a curve or surface; applications to gap problems.
Ognian Trifonov (Ph.D., Sofia University, 1989), Analytic Number Theory and Approximation Theory with particular interests in the use of finite differences to determine information about lattice points close to a curve or surface. Interests also include the application of these results to gap problems in Number Theory.
Ognian Trifonov
Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208

50. Handbook Of Ocular Disease Management - LATTICE DEGENERATION
lattice DEGENERATION WITH AND WITHOUT ATROPHIC HOLES There appears to bea higher incidence of myopia in patients with lattice degeneration.
The patient is usually over age 20 and is nearly always asymptomatic, except for possible complaints of flashing lights (photopsia). There appears to be a higher incidence of myopia in patients with lattice degeneration. There is no racial or sexual predilection. Lattice degeneration occurs in eight to 11 percent of the general population. It presents as a linear trail of fibrosed vessels within atrophied retina in a "lattice" pattern. It nearly always runs circumferentially between the equator and the ora serrata. The individual lesions are usually from one-half to six disc diameters and may run 360 degrees around the eye in a discontinuous pattern. There may be associated RPE hyperplasia, giving the lesion a pigmented appearance. Atrophic holes are often present in the lesion, occasionally large enough to encompass the entire lattice lesion. The incidence of atrophic holes in lattice degeneration ranges from 18 to 42 percent. A tractional linear tear will occur on the posterior edge of lattice lesions in 1.9 percent of lesions. Lattice degeneration is typically bilateral. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
The etiology of lattice is questionable. It appears to be due to dropout of peripheral retinal capillaries with resulting ischemia, which induces thinning of all retinal layers. There is sclerosis of the larger vessels, with their lumen being filled with extracellular glial tissue, giving lattice degeneration its characteristic fibrotic appearance.

51. Area, Lattice Points, And Exponential Sums By Martin Huxley
Martin Huxley (OUP/LMS, 1996). Author's page with summary and errata.
Area, Lattice Points, and Exponential Sums
by Martin Huxley London Mathematical Society Monographs Oxford University Press The theory behind the method of finding the area inside a closed curve by counting squares. The new Bombieri-Iwaniec-Mozzochi method for estimating exponential sums is developed from first principles as far as the latest results, with applications to prime numbers and the Riemann zeta function as well as to rounding error sums and counting the number of integer points inside a closed curve, or close to an arc of a curve. Analogies are made with other methods:
  • the direct approach by Fourier series or Fourier transforms,
  • Jutila's work on sums with Fourier coefficients of modular forms,
  • the Hardy-Littlewood circle method
Ideas that keep recurring are emphasised:
  • Archimedes' approximation of a curve by a polygon,
  • Voronoi's modification where the polygon has rational gradients,
  • Duality between points and lines,
  • Major arcs versus minor arcs,
  • Dirichlet's pigeon-hole principle (compactness)

52. Lattice -- From MathWorld
lattice. An algebra is called a lattice if L The study of lattices iscalled lattice theory. Note that this type of lattice is distinct
INDEX Algebra Applied Mathematics Calculus and Analysis Discrete Mathematics ... Alphabetical Index
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MATHWORLD - IN PRINT Order book from Amazon Foundations of Mathematics Set Theory Partial Orders
Lattice An algebra is called a lattice if L is a nonempty set and are binary operations on L , both and are idempotent commutative , and associative , and they satisfy the absorption law . The study of lattices is called lattice theory Note that this type of lattice is distinct from the regular array of points known as a point lattice (or informally as a mesh or grid). Lattices offer a natural way to formalize and study the ordering of objects using a general concept known as the poset (partially ordered set). A lattice as an algebra is equivalent to a lattice as a poset
1. Let the poset be a lattice. Set and Then the algebra is a lattice.
2. Let the algebra be a lattice. Set iff Then is a poset , and the poset is a lattice.

53. Welcome To Crane's End, Inc.
Displays and lists items available for resale to include used mobile and lattice and hydraulic cranes of all manufacturers and related new components.


54. Point Lattice -- From MathWorld
Point lattice. lattice theory. Formally, a lattice is a discrete subgroupof Euclidean space, assuming it contains the origin. That
INDEX Algebra Applied Mathematics Calculus and Analysis Discrete Mathematics ... Alphabetical Index
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MATHWORLD - IN PRINT Order book from Amazon Discrete Mathematics Point Lattices
Recreational Mathematics
... Rowland
Point Lattice
Portions of this entry contributed by Todd Rowland A regularly spaced array of points falling along regularly spaced line. The grid lines can be oriented to form unit cells in the shape of a square, rectangle, hexagon, etc. However, unless otherwise specified, point lattices are generally taken to refer to points in a square array, i.e., points with coordinates where m n , ... are integers . Such an array is often called a grid or a mesh . Point lattices are frequently simply called "lattices," which unfortunately conflicts with the same term applied to ordered sets treated in lattice theory Formally, a lattice is a discrete subgroup of Euclidean space , assuming it contains the origin. That is, a lattice is closed under addition and inverses, and every point has a neighborhood in which it is the only lattice point. The common examples are

55. 2D Monte Carlo FORTRAN Code
Simulates ferromagnets and antiferromagnets.
2-Dimensional Lattice Monte Carlo
Here is 2-D Lattice Monte Carlo code in FORTRAN, along with an example INPUT file
  • Here is a worthwhile README file Here are example output files: file1.out file2.out file3.out file4.out It has only a single near-neighbor interaction but you may alter the sign of the interaction, i.e. make it ferromagnetic (clustering-like) or antiferromagetic (ordering-like). It will run a series of temperatures: T initial to T final in steps of N, as seen in INPUT. Three lattices are allowed: square, triangular, and rhombohedral. Be aware of temperature scale: it is in UNITS of INTERACTION. (For V=1, T from 0.1 to 10 maximum.)
Simulations on a Ferromagnet
For each lattice, determine the approximate transition temperature for a ferromagnetic interaction by performing MC simulation for numerous temperatures and plot E versus T.
  • For each lattice, you must do this for a few increasing sizes of the MC box, L. (We suggest L= 4, 8, 15, 16.)
  • For each lattice, what should you calculate and plot for the various L size boxes in order to establish the (non-)existence of a phase transition? Do it! Why is E vs. T not a good one?
  • 56. Lattice Gauge Theory & Quantum Chromodynamics: Physics On A 4D Scaffold
    A brief description of how to construct lattice quantum chromodynamics.
    Physics on a 4D Scaffold
    by Channa Paranavitane THE NUCLEUS is a collection of protons and neutrons (nucleons) held together by the strong nuclear force. The nucleon is, in turn, a composite object consisting of quarks bound by the same strong force. Moreover, free quarks and the strong "glue" that holds them together - the gluon - are not observed in Nature. All these are described by a theory called Quantum Chromodyamics (QCD) in which the quarks and gluons (partons) are endowed with colour charges - a generalisation of the electric charge in electromagnetism. The interplay between different colours dictates the dynamics of their bearers, including the fascinating phenomenon of "asymptotic freedom" which is ultimately related to the confinement of quarks within nuclei. Confinement is a consequence of the coupling strength between partons growing at large distances. This means that the traditional techniques of perturbation theory, which is used to predict properties of electromagnetic interactions, cannot be generally used in QCD. A non-perturbative approach is required. Lattice QCD allows us to extract some information about the non-perturbative aspects of QCD and to predict characteristics of the strong nuclear force. The construction of Lattice QCD may be explained in a number of steps. Step 1 Transform continuous 4D space-time into a lattice. This discretisation consists of lattice sites (or vertices) which are joined by links. The simplest lattice geometry is hypercubic, but more elaborate constructions may be used. The hypercubic construction is much like the scaffolding at a construction site, except that it is four-dimensional. The reason for doing this is to give the Feynman Path Integral for QCD a definition. It will be through this path integral that all the non-perturbative physics will be extracted.

    57. Lattice
    lattice SM (Electronic equity trading system). lattice SM is an electronic trademanagement, order routing and execution system for equities trading.
    Lattice SM (Electronic equity trading system) Supporting
    Technology Global Link
    Lattice SM is an electronic trade management, order routing and execution system for equities trading. As a cost-effective trading tool, Lattice integrates multiple institutions, brokers, exchanges and internal liquidity into one efficient trading application. Lattice:
    • Can set a trading strategy for each order or basket of orders; the strategy can be set up to adjust automatically as the market moves
      Defines trading programs that effectively replicate preferred execution patterns
      Selects a specific market index against which to track pricing; the price limit of the order can be continuously adjusted ensuring that it remains in line with a moving environment
      Gains exclusive access to State Street's natural liquidity sources, systematically searching for liquidity via user-defined parameters
    Lattice is delivered via Global Link, a robust worldwide network that streamlines investment processes at all stages of the investment cycle: research, analytics, portfolio optimization, trade order management, execution, confirmation and settlement. Lattice allows clients simultaneous access to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), American Stock Exchange (AMEX), London Stock Exchange (LSE), and Boston Stock Exchange (BSE), multiple OTC dealers, and the Lattice book, to electronically find liquidity. From simple order routing to electronic crossing, traders can leverage as much of Lattice's functionality as they require.

    58. Eli Whitney Museum
    Short article from the Eli Whitney museum. Includes Town's patent drawing of the lattice truss, 1820, and a present view of the bridge.
    The Eli Whitney Gun Factory by William Giles Munson, oil on canvas, 1826-8. Courtesy of the Yale University Art Gallery, Mabel Brady Garvan Collection.
    Mill River

    The Eli Whitney Armory

    The Town Bridge

    Whitneyville 1825

    Mill River: Water Power and Water Supply
    T he Mill River, which flows through the Whitney Armory site is on its way to Long Island Sound, has played a crucial role in its history. Eli Whitney, Sr. came to the site in 1798 specifically in order to use the water's power for running machinery; sixty-two years later his son turned the river into the first public water supply for the city of New Haven. For some decades thereafter, the river continued to provide power not only for the Armory's machinery, but also for pumping its own water into the network of pipes reaching New Haven's buildings and hydrants. Eventually it gave way, as a power source, to steam engines and electric motors, but it continues to this day to supply water for the city.
    Whitney's Improved Fire-Arms Advertisement, c. 1862

    59. Lattice - Talana
    Translate this page Bienvenue sur le serveur Web de lattice-Talana. UMR 8094 du. lattice-TalanaUFRL, Université Paris 7 Case 7003 2, Place Jussieu F-75251 Paris cedex 05.
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    Corbanese, TV Produzione di materassi e cuscini lattice, lana, piuma e cotone, rivestimenti naturali ed anallergici, reti motorizzate ed ortopediche. Profilo aziendale, presentazione dei prodotti, novit  e contatti.
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