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  1. The Corporate Lattice: Achieving High Performance In the Changing World of Work by Cathleen Benko, Molly Anderson, 2010-08-03
  2. Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization with R (Use R) by Deepayan Sarkar, 2008-03-12
  3. The Corporate Lattice: Achieving High Performance in the Changing World of Work by Cathleen Benko, Molly Anderson, 2010-06-21
  4. Lattices and Ordered Algebraic Structures (Universitext) by T.S. Blyth, 2005-03-22
  5. Chinese Lattice Designs (Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series, 5-6.) by Daniel Sheets Dye, 1974-06-01
  6. Introduction to Lattices and Order by B. A. Davey, H. A. Priestley, 2002-05-06
  7. Chinese Lattice Designs CD-ROM and Book (Dover Electronic Clip Art) by Daniel Sheets Dye, 2008-02-29
  8. Introduction to Lattice Dynamics (Cambridge Topics in Mineral Physics and Chemistry) by Martin T. Dove, 2005-10-06
  9. Quantum Chromodynamics on the Lattice: An Introductory Presentation (Lecture Notes in Physics) by Christof Gattringer, Christian B. Lang, 2009-10-29
  10. Theory of Nonlinear Lattices (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences) by Morikazu Toda, 1981-07-07
  11. The Lattice Boltzmann Equation for Fluid Dynamics and Beyond (Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computation) by Sauro Succi, 2001-08-30
  12. Lattice Gauge Theories: An Introduction (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics) by Heinz J. Rothe, 2005-06-30
  13. Semimodular Lattices: Theory and Applications (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) (Volume 0) by Manfred Stern, 2009-09-03
  14. Lattice Theory (Colloquium Publications (Amer Mathematical Soc)) by Garrett Birkhoff, 1940-12-31

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3. Lattice - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
lattice may refer to Art and design. latticework an ornamental and/or structural crisscrossed framework, an arrangement of crossing laths or other thin
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Look up lattice in Wiktionary , the free dictionary. Lattice may refer to:
Art and design
  • Latticework an ornamental and/or structural criss-crossed framework, an arrangement of crossing laths or other thin strips of material Lattice (pastry)

4. Lattice (order) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In mathematics, a lattice is a partially ordered set (also called a poset
Lattice (order)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations . Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (May 2009) See also: Lattice (group) Lattice (mathematics) The name "lattice" is suggested by the form of the Hasse diagram depicting it. Shown here is the lattice of partitions In mathematics , a lattice is a partially ordered set (also called a poset ) in which any two elements have a unique supremum (the elements' least upper bound; called their join ) and an infimum (greatest lower bound; called their meet ). Lattices can also be characterized as algebraic structures satisfying certain axiomatic identities . Since the two definitions are equivalent, lattice theory draws on both order theory and universal algebra Semilattices include lattices, which in turn include Heyting and Boolean algebras . These "lattice-like" structures all admit order-theoretic as well as algebraic descriptions.
edit Lattices as posets
A poset L , ≤) is a lattice if it satisfies the following two axioms.

5. Crystal Lattice Structures
A list of the possible crystal lattice structures and coordinates of atoms in such crystals.

6. The Lattice Project
New Work Some new work that requires at least 3G of memory (RAM) is slowly becoming available. The runtime on these jobs is uncertain; a lower bound is perhaps 15 hours, an

7. Lattice -- From Wolfram MathWorld
An algebra L; ^ , v is called a lattice if L is a nonempty set, ^ and v are binary operations on L, both ^ and v are idempotent, commutative, and associative, and they
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Lattice An algebra is called a lattice if is a nonempty set and are binary operations on , 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). While every point lattice is a lattice under the ordering inherited from the plane, many lattices are not point lattices. 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. 3. Let the poset be a lattice. Then 4. Let the algebra be a lattice. Then The following inequalities hold for any lattice: A lattice can be obtained from a lattice-ordered poset by defining and for any . Also, from a lattice

8. The LATTICE -- FreeForm SciFi RPG
A free-form roleplaying environment filled with natural and artificial worlds in a fantastic future setting.

9. Lattice Degeneration: EMedicine Ophthalmology
Overview lattice degeneration is a common, atrophic disease of the peripheral retina characterized by oval or linear patches of retinal thinning. The prevalence peaks by the

10. Lattice Geometries
Describes a method of defining lattice geometries for use in computational physics.
Lattice Geometries by Peter Meyer Written during 1999 CE; last revised 2000-01-17 CE.
Published here 2001-02-17 CE (previously unpublished). A lattice (in the sense used in computational physics) has a certain geometric structure, e.g. "square", "triangular", "diamond", "cubic", etc. Here we consider how to represent these lattice geometries in a way which facilitates implementation as data structures within computer memory. The method of representation of lattice geometries described in this article was used in the software developed by the author to simulate the behavior of magnetic material by means of Ising and Potts spin models, as described in detail in his M.Phil. thesis, Computational Studies of Pure and Dilute Spin Models . That these representations are correct is shown by the fact that the measured properties of the models studied accord with results in the literature. We begin with the hypothesis that any lattice geometry of interest in spin model studies can be represented as (a) the set of all points in n-dimensional Cartesian space with integral coordinates, i.e., the space of n-dimensional vectors (x i ) whose components are integers, together with (b) a set of lines joining these points. The points are the lattice "sites" and the lines are the lattice "bonds". A vector (x

11. Doc:Manual/Modifiers/Deform/Lattice - BlenderWiki
If you want to document Blender 2.5 features, as long as you follow our wiki guidelines you can edit pages under Doc2.5/Manual. If a 2.5 page doesn't exist please copy the
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Doc:Manual Modifiers Deform Jump to: navigation search If you want to document Blender 2.5 features, as long as you follow our wiki guidelines you can edit pages under Doc:2.5/Manual . If a "2.5" page doesn't exist please copy the text from 2.4x Manual and edit the new page (i.e. you should paste the wikitext from this 2.4x page to this new 2.5x page and then update the latter with 2.5 features).
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Mode: Object mode Panel: Modifiers Editing context, The Lattice modifier deforms the base object according to the shape of a Lattice object.
edit Options
Modifier panel with Lattice modifier activated.
The Lattice object with which to deform the base object.
An optional vertex group name which controls the strength of the deformation.
edit Hints
The Lattice modifier has the same functionality as its earlier counterpart. The primary differences between the earlier version and the implementation as a modifier is that now the effect can be applied in realtime, while editing, to any object type without concern for a parent/child relationship.

12. The Geometry Junkyard: Geometry Of Numbers
lattice Theory and Geometry of Numbers Informally, a lattice is an infinite arrangement of points spaced with sufficient regularity that one can shift any point onto any other
Lattice Theory and Geometry of Numbers Informally, a lattice is an infinite arrangement of points spaced with sufficient regularity that one can shift any point onto any other point by some symmetry of the arrangement. More formally, a lattice can be defined as a discrete subgroup of a finite-dimensional vector space (the subgroup is often required not to lie within any subspace of the vector space, which can be expressed formally by saying that the quotient of the space by the lattice is compact). The simplest and most commonly-studied example of a lattice (the "integer grid") is formed by the points all Cartesian coordinates of which are integers. Other types of lattices arise in crystallography and in sphere packing , where they are used to describe the locations of atoms or spheres. Lattices are also particularly important in the theory of periodic tilings , since they describe the set of translational symmetries of a tiling.
  • Catalogue of lattices Sloane's sphere-packing and lattice theory publications
  • Connect the dots . Ed Pegg asks how many sides are needed in a (self-crossing) polygon, that passes through every point of an n*n grid. I added a similar puzzle with circular arcs.
  • Crystallographic topology . C. Johnson and M. Burnett of Oak Ridge National Lab use topological methods to understand and classify the symmetries of the lattice structures formed by crystals. (Somewhat technical.)
  • Equilateral triangles . Dan Asimov asks how large a triangle will fit into a square torus; equivalently, the densest packing of equilateral triangles in the pattern of a square lattice. There is only one parameter to optimize, the angle of the triangle to the lattice vectors;

13. 3D Crystal Lattice Images
Stereoimages of inorganic lattice types.

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15. About Lattice
Information about lattice and how to install it A wood lattice consists of diagonal or vertical and horizontal strips of wood (laths) criscrossing to make a grille like

16. Welcome To Optical Lattices | Introduction To Optical Lattices | Applications, P
Applications to anyonic statistics, quantum computation and superconductivity in the framework of optical lattice potentials.

17. Lattice: Definition From
n. An open framework made of strips of metal, wood, or similar material overlapped or overlaid in a regular, usually crisscross pattern. A structure, such as a window, screen
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Dictionary: lat·tice lăt ĭs Home Library Dictionary n.
  • An open framework made of strips of metal, wood, or similar material overlapped or overlaid in a regular, usually crisscross pattern. A structure, such as a window, screen, or trellis, made of or containing such a framework. Something, such as a decorative motif or heraldic bearing, that resembles an open, patterned framework. Physics
  • A regular, periodic configuration of points, particles, or objects throughout an area or a space, especially the arrangement of ions or molecules in a crystalline solid. The spatial arrangement of fissionable and nonfissionable materials in a nuclear reactor.
  • tr.v. -ticed -tic·ing -tic·es To construct or furnish with a lattice or latticework. [Middle English latis , from Old French lattis , from latte , lath, of Germanic origin .] latticed lat ticed adj.
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    19. Kondo Lattice
    Homepage of Sebastian Smerat describing projects on the kondo lattice model and related projects, including CNT, peapod and quantum wires.
    Kondo lattice
    Introduction Spin polaron Transport through Peapods Imprint
    Introduction to the kondo lattice
    The Kondo lattice model is a quantum mechanical toy model of solid state physics to model interactions between conduction electrons and localized spin degrees of freedom in one (1D), two (2D) and three (3D) dimensions. It has been studied for more than three decades up to now and its applications are found for many physical systems, e.g., GaAs quantum dots (2D), quantum wires (1D), carbo nanotubes (1D), manganites (3D) and many other systems.
    The interaction between the local spin degrees of freedom is dynamically generated by means of the conduction electrons, which can hop to their nearest neighbor lattice sites and exchange spin with the onsite local spin degree of freedom. Typically, all spins are taken to be one half.
    The model can be extended, e.g., by Coulomb interaction between the conduction electrons and by dipole interaction between the localized spins.

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    LRS helps communities build lowcost earthquake-resistance shelters and homes. Our mission is to respond to natural and man made disasters with appropriate, low-cost earthquake
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