Advances in Computer Simulation: Lectures Held at the Eötvös by Werner Krauth (auth.), János Kertész, Imre Kondor (eds.)

By Werner Krauth (auth.), János Kertész, Imre Kondor (eds.)

Computer simulation has develop into a simple device in lots of branches of physics corresponding to statistical physics, particle physics, or fabrics technology. the appliance of effective algorithms is not less than as very important nearly as good in large-scale computation. This quantity includes didactic lectures on such strategies in line with actual perception. The emphasis is on Monte Carlo tools (introduction, cluster algorithms, reweighting and multihistogram innovations, umbrella sampling), effective facts research and optimization equipment, yet facets of supercomputing, the answer of stochastic differential equations, and molecular dynamics also are mentioned. The booklet addresses graduate scholars and researchers in theoretical and computational physics.

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14) it is denoted by A = (−a, 0, a). 24 Chapter 1. Fuzzy Sets It is very suitable to express the word small. e. when 0 ≤ x ≤ a, can be used to describe positive small (PS), for instance young age, small profit, small risk, etc. We can denote it by Ar = (0, 0, a). 14) can be denoted correspondingly by A l = (a1 , aM , aM ) and Ar = (aM , aM , a2 ). They will be considered as triangular numbers and called correspondingly left and right triangular numbers. The left triangular number Al (see Fig. 17) is suitable to represent positive large (PL) or words with similar meaning, for instance old age, big profit, high risk, etc.

Also it is important that they can be constructed easily on the basis of little information. µ µ 1 1 0 a1 a +a 1 2 _________ a2 x −a 0 a x 2 (a) (b) Fig. 18. (a) Central triangular number; (b) Central triangular number symmetrical about µ. e. the supporting interval A = [a1 , a2 ]. If further we can indicate a value a M in [a1 , a2 ] as most plausible to represent the uncertain value, then the peak will be the point (aM , 1). 12). That is why the triangular number is also denoted by A = (a1 , aM , a2 ).

1 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 x Fig. 6. Integers close to 10. 5 that the description of tall men by classical sets is not adequate. 7) µT (x) = 1 2 2(30)2 (x − 140) 1 2 − 2(30) 2 (x − 200) for 160 ≤ x ≤ 170, + 1 for 170 ≤ x ≤ 200. The membership function µT (x) is a continuous piecewise-quadratic function. The numbers on the horizontal axis x give height in cm and the vertical axis µ shows the degree to which a man can be labeled tall. According to the graph in Fig. 22), 180 cm stands for almost tall (degree 14 Chapter 1.

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