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Reducing Model Complexity by Means of the Optimal Scaling: Population Balance Model for Latex Particles Morphology Formation.
Rational computer-aided design of multiphase polymer materials is vital for rapid progress in many important applications, such as: diagnostic tests, drug delivery, coatings , additives for constructing materials, cosmetics, ...
An optimal scaling to computationally tractable dimensionless models: Study of latex particles morphology formation
In modelling of chemical, physical or biological systems it may occur that the coefficients, multiplying various terms in the equation of interest, differ greatly in magnitude, if a particular system of units is used. Such ...
Reexamination of continuous fuzzy measurement on two-level systems
Imposing restrictions on the Feynman paths of the monitored system has in the past been proposed as a universal model-free approach to continuous quantum measurements. Here we revisit this proposition and demonstrate that ...
Relative frequencies of constrained events in stochastic processes: An analytical approach
The stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA) and the corresponding Monte Carlo (MC) method are among the most common approaches for studying stochastic processes. They relies on knowledge of interevent probability density ...
Non-Markovian models of the growth of a polymer chain
Using simple exactly solvable models, we show that event-dependent time delays may lead to significant non-Poisson effects in the statistics of polymer chain growth. The results are confirmed by stochastic simulation of ...
Impact of competitive processes on controlled radical polymerization
The kinetics of radical polymerization have been systematically studied for nearly a century and in general are well understood. However, in light of recent developments in controlled radical polymerization many kinetic ...