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    Art et économie en France et en Italie au XIVe siècle : prix, valeurs, carrières

    Groneberg, Michael, Bock, Nicolas
    Lausanne : Unil, Université de Lausanne, Revue Etudes de lettres
    [2020]
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    Title: Art et économie en France et en Italie au XIVe siècle : prix, valeurs, carrières / volume édité par Nicolas Bock et Michel Tomassi
    Author: Groneberg, Michael; Bock, Nicolas
    Publisher: Lausanne : Unil, Université de Lausanne, Revue Etudes de lettres
    Date: [2020]
    Format: 175 pages : illustrations
    Series: Etudes de lettres ; no 314
    Documents in this series: Etudes de lettres : bulletin de la Faculté des lettres de l'Université de Lausanne et de la Société des études de lettres
    RERO subject: Commerce - 14e siècle - Art européen - France - Italie
    RERO subject - form: [Études diverses]
    Identifier: 9782940331758 (ISBN)
    RERO No.: R009102184
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    Petit précis patrimonial : 23 études d'histoire de l'art offertes à Gaëtan Cassina

    Bock, Nicolas, Lüthi, Dave, Kuntschen, Valentine, Raemy-Berthod, Catherine, Revaz, Emilie, Prod'hom, Gilles, Cassina, Gaëtan
    Lausanne : Edimento
    2008
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    Title: Petit précis patrimonial : 23 études d'histoire de l'art offertes à Gaëtan Cassina / Dave Lüthi, Nicolas Bock (dir.) ; avec la collab. de Valentine Kuntschen, Catherine Raemy-Berthod, Emilie Revaz & Gill Prod'hom
    Author: Bock, Nicolas; Lüthi, Dave; Kuntschen, Valentine; Raemy-Berthod, Catherine; Revaz, Emilie; Prod'hom, Gilles; Cassina, Gaëtan
    Publisher: Lausanne : Edimento
    Date: 2008
    Format: 428 p. : ill. en noir et blanc
    Series: Etudes lausannoises d'histoire de l'art ; 7
    Documents in this series: Etudes lausannoises d'histoire de l'art
    RERO subject: Patrimoine culturel
    RERO subject - form: [Études diverses]
    Contains: Articles en lien avec le canton de Vaud: La tour-lanterne de la cathédrale de Lausanne : une oeuvre, deux architectes / Werner Stöckli (p. 153-165). Une opération coup de poing sur La Côte : la fondation de Rolle en 1319 / Paul Bissegger (p. 167-179). La maison dite des Etats de Vaud à Moudon ou le mystère de la façade aux lacs d'amour / Monique Fontannaz & Philippe Jaton (p. 181-197). Oeuvres majeures de la ferronnerie en Suisse romande à la fin de l'époque gothique / Marcel Grandjean (p. 199-216). Andreas Stoss, peintre des châteaux baillivaux vaudois au XVIe siècle / Brigitte Pradervand (p. 235-246)
    Identifier: 9782839904599 (ISBN)
    RERO No.: R004761166
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    Extended Lagrangian free energy molecular dynamics

    Niklasson, Anders M N, Steneteg, Peter, Bock, Nicolas
    The Journal of chemical physics, 28 October 2011, Vol.135(16), pp.164111 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Femtoscopy and energy-momentum conservation effects in proton-proton collisions at 900 gev in alice

    Bock, Nicolas
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2011, Vol.270(1), p.012022 (4pp) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Title: Energy momentum conservation effects on two-particle correlation functions
    Author: Bock, Nicolas
    Subject: High Energy Physics - Experiment ; Nuclear Experiment
    Description: Two particle correlations are used to extract information about the characteristic size of the system in proton-proton and heavy ion collisions. The size of the system can be extracted from the Bose-Einstein quantum mechanical effect for identical particles. However there are also long range correlations that shift the baseline of the correlation function from the expected flat behavior. A possible source of these correlations is the conservation of energy and momentum, especially for small systems, where the energy available for particle production is limited. A new technique, first used by the STAR collaboration, of quantifying these long range correlations using energy-momentum conservation considerations is presented in this talk. Using Monte Carlo simulations of proton-proton collisions at 900 GeV, it is shown that the baseline of the two particle correlation function can be described using this technique. Comment: Proceedings for the VI Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy 2010. Kiev, Ukraine September 14-18, 2010
    Identifier: 1101.5241 (ARXIV ID)

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    Energy momentum conservation effects on two-particle correlation functions

    Bock, Nicolas
    arXiv.org, Jan 27, 2011
    © ProQuest LLC All rights reserved, Engineering Database, Publicly Available Content Database, ProQuest Engineering Collection, ProQuest Technology Collection, ProQuest SciTech Collection, Materials Science & Engineering Database, ProQuest Central (new), ProQuest Central Korea, SciTech Premium Collection, Technology Collection, ProQuest Central Essentials, ProQuest One Academic, Engineering Collection (ProQuest)
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    Title: Energy momentum conservation effects on two-particle correlation functions
    Author: Bock, Nicolas
    Contributor: Bock, Nicolas (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Heavy Ions ; Protons ; Momentum ; Quantum Mechanics ; Particle Production ; Correlation ; Particle Collisions ; Computer Simulation ; Energy Conservation ; Ionic Collisions
    Description: Two particle correlations are used to extract information about the characteristic size of the system in proton-proton and heavy ion collisions. The size of the system can be extracted from the Bose-Einstein quantum mechanical effect for identical particles. However there are also long range correlations that shift the baseline of the correlation function from the expected flat behavior. A possible source of these correlations is the conservation of energy and momentum, especially for small systems, where the energy available for particle production is limited. A new technique, first used by the STAR collaboration, of quantifying these long range correlations using energy-momentum conservation considerations is presented in this talk. Using Monte Carlo simulations of proton-proton collisions at 900 GeV, it is shown that the baseline of the two particle correlation function can be described using this technique.
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Jan 27, 2011
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)

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    An N-Body Solution to the Problem of Fock Exchange

    Challacombe, Matt, Bock, Nicolas
    arXiv.org, Jan 27, 2014 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Unveiling the complex electronic structure of amorphous metal oxides

    Århammar, Cecilia, Pietzsch, Annette, Bock, Nicolas, Holmstroem, Erik, Araujo, C. Moyses, Grasjo, Johan, Zhao, Shuxi, Green, Sara, Peery, T., Hennies, Franz, Amerioun, Shahrad, Foehlisch, Alexander, Schlappa, Justine, Schmitt, Thorsten, Strocov, Vladimir N., Niklasson, Gunnar A., Wallace, Duane C., Rubensson, Jan-Erik, Johansson
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2011, Vol.108(16), pp.6355-6360 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Graph-based linear scaling electronic structure theory

    Niklasson, Anders M. N., Mniszewski, Susan M., Negre, Christian F. A., Cawkwell, Marc J., Swart, Pieter J., Mohd-Yusof, Jamal, Germann, Timothy C., Wall, Michael E., Bock, Nicolas, Rubensson, Emanuel H., Djidjev, Hristo
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 21 June 2016, Vol.144(23) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    An Optimized Sparse Approximate Matrix Multiply for Matrices with Decay

    Bock, Nicolas, Challacombe, Matt
    arXiv.org, Sep 4, 2012
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    Title: An Optimized Sparse Approximate Matrix Multiply for Matrices with Decay
    Author: Bock, Nicolas; Challacombe, Matt
    Contributor: Challacombe, Matt (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Quantum Chemistry ; Multiplication ; Algorithms ; Organic Chemistry ; Crossovers ; Performance Assessment ; Decay Rate ; Numerical Analysis ; Data Structures and Algorithms ; Mathematical Software
    Description: We present an optimized single-precision implementation of the Sparse Approximate Matrix Multiply (\SpAMM{}) [M. Challacombe and N. Bock, arXiv {\bf 1011.3534} (2010)], a fast algorithm for matrix-matrix multiplication for matrices with decay that achieves an \(\mathcal{O} (n \log n)\) computational complexity with respect to matrix dimension \(n\). We find that the max norm of the error achieved with a \SpAMM{} tolerance below \(2 \times 10^{-8}\) is lower than that of the single-precision {\tt SGEMM} for dense quantum chemical matrices, while outperforming {\tt SGEMM} with a cross-over already for small matrices (\(n \sim 1000\)). Relative to naive implementations of \SpAMM{} using Intel's Math Kernel Library ({\tt MKL}) or AMD's Core Math Library ({\tt ACML}), our optimized version is found to be significantly faster. Detailed performance comparisons are made for quantum chemical matrices with differently structured sub-blocks. Finally, we discuss the potential of improved hardware prefetch...
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Sep 4, 2012
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)