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The MIT Open Access Articles collection consists of scholarly articles written by MIT-affiliated authors that are made available through DSpace@MIT under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, or under related publisher agreements. Articles in this collection generally reflect changes made during peer-review.

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  • Haakonsen, Christian Bernt; Hutchinson, Ian Horner; Zhou, Chuteng (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2015-03)
    The solar wind wake behind the moon is studied with 1D electrostatic particle-in-cell (PIC) simulations using a physical ion to electron mass ratio (unlike prior investigations); the simulations also apply more generally ...
  • Villanueva, Diane; Haftka, Raphael T.; Chaudhuri, Anirban (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016-04)
    Surrogate assisted global optimization is gaining popularity. Similarly, modern advances in computing power increasingly rely on parallelization rather than faster processors. This paper examines some of the methods used ...
  • Albrecht, Simon H.; Winn, Joshua N.; Van Eylen, Vincent (IOP Publishing, 2016-06)
    The rate of tidal circularization is predicted to be faster for relatively cool stars with convective outer layers, compared to hotter stars with radiative outer layers. Observing this effect is challenging because it ...
  • Hagege, Rami Rahamim (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013-10)
    The appearance of a static scene as sensed by a camera changes considerably as a result of changes in the illumination that falls upon it. Scene appearance modeling is thus necessary for understanding which changes in the ...
  • Çağlar, Tolga; Berker, A Nihat (American Physical Society, 2016-09)
    The chiral spin-glass Potts system with q=3 states is studied in d=2 and 3 spatial dimensions by renormalization-group theory and the global phase diagrams are calculated in temperature, chirality concentration p, and ...
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