Accession Number : AD0275896

Title :   UNIQUENESS AND EXISTENCE OF THE SOLUTION TO THE STATIC LONDON-MAXWELL EQUATIONS IN TWO DIMENSIONS

Descriptive Note : Research rept.,

Corporate Author : IBM THOMAS J WATSON RESEARCH CENTER YORKTOWN HEIGHTS NY

Personal Author(s) : ODEH, FAROUK

Report Date : 08 MAR 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : A theorem is given for the existence and uniqueness of the time-independent solution of the exterior-interior problem associated with determining the distribution of superconducting current, according to the London model, in simply or doubly-connected two-dimensional regions. The proof of the corresponding theorem in three-dimensions is outlined. A discussion is also given of the relationship between two different solutions whch already exist for rectangular regions. (Author) d-275 8969 ad-275 897Div. 15, 30 (TISTP/MFA) Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. ON THE CONVERGENCE OF AN INTEGER-PROGRAMMING PROCESS, by R. E. Gomory and A. J. Hoffman. 30 mar 62, 6p. 1 ref. (Research rept. no. R-650) (Contract Number-377500, Proj. NR 047040) Unclassified report DESCRIPTORS: *Programming, *Integrals, *Scheduling, Functions, Mathematical analysis. Identifiers: Optimization. An analysis for finiteness on the convergence of an integer-programming process is presented.

Descriptors :   *FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS, *HARMONIC ANALYSIS, *SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, BESSEL FUNCTIONS, INTEGRAL EQUATIONS, OPERATORS(MATHEMATICS), PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.

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