## Fachbereich Mathematik

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- A Mathematical Model for Diffusion and Exchange Phenomena in Ultra Napkins (1992)
- The performance of napkins is nowadays improved substantially by embedding granules of a superabsorbent into the cellulose matrix. In this paper a continuous model for the liquid transport in such an Ultra Napkin is proposed. Its mean feature is a nonlinear diffusion equation strongly coupled with an ODE describing a reversible absorbtion process. An efficient numerical method based on a symmetrical time splitting and a finite difference scheme of ADI-predictor-corrector type has been developed to solve these equations in a three dimensional setting. Numerical results are presented that can be used to optimize the granule distribution.

- A Model for the Cloudiness of Fabrics (1995)
- Cloudy inhomogenities in artificial fabrics are graded by a fast method which is based on a Laplacian pyramid decomposition of the fabric image. This band-pass representation takes into account the scale character of the cloudiness. A quality measure of the entire cloudiness is obtained as a weighted mean over the variances of all scales.

- A short note on functions of bounded semivariation and countably additive vector measures (1999)
- In the scalar case one knows that a complex normalized function of boundedvariation \(\phi\) on \([0,1]\) defines a unique complex regular Borel measure\(\mu\) on \([0,1]\). In this note we show that this is no longer true in generalin the vector valued case, even if \(\phi\) is assumed to be continuous. Moreover, the functions \(\phi\) which determine a countably additive vectormeasure \(\mu\) are characterized.

- A well-balanced solver for the Saint Venant Equations with variable cross-section (2014)
- In this paper we construct a numerical solver for the Saint Venant equations. Special attention is given to the balancing of the source terms, including the bottom slope and variable cross- sectional profiles. Therefore a special discretization of the pressure law is used, in order to transfer analytical properties to the numerical method. Based on this approximation a well- balanced solver is developed, assuring the C-property and depth positivity. The performance of this method is studied in several test cases focusing on accurate capturing of steady states.

- Aussagenlogische Kalküle der zweiwertigen Logik (2000)
- Ein Teilaspekt der formalen Logik besteht in der Untersuchung wie die logischen Konsequenzen (insbesondere die Tautologien) einer vorgegebenen Formelmenge unter Verwendung gewisser Reglements schrittweise hergeleitet werden können. Hierbei ist die Logik bestimmt durch eine konsequente Trennung von Syntax und Semantik. Diese Abhandlung stellt exemplarisch das Tableau-Kalkül und das Kalkül des natürlichen Schließens vor.

- Characterization of operators of positive scalar type (1999)
- Let \(X\) be a Banach lattice. Necessary and sufficient conditions for a linear operator \(A:D(A) \to X\), \(D(A)\subseteq X\), to be of positive \(C^0\)-scalar type are given. In addition, the question is discussed which conditions on the Banach lattice imply that every operator of positive \(C^0\)-scalar type is necessarily of positive scalar type.

- Complexity and Approximability of the Maximum Flow Problem with Minimum Quantities (2012)
- We consider the maximum flow problem with minimum quantities (MFPMQ), which is a variant of the maximum flow problem where the flow on each arc in the network is restricted to be either zero or above a given lower bound (a minimum quantity), which may depend on the arc. This problem has recently been shown to be weakly NP-complete even on series-parallel graphs. In this paper, we provide further complexity and approximability results for MFPMQ and several special cases. We first show that it is strongly NP-hard to approximate MFPMQ on general graphs (and even bipartite graphs) within any positive factor. On series-parallel graphs, however, we present a pseudo-polynomial time dynamic programming algorithm for the problem. We then study the case that the minimum quantity is the same for each arc in the network and show that, under this restriction, the problem is still weakly NP-complete on general graphs, but can be solved in strongly polynomial time on series-parallel graphs. On general graphs, we present a \((2 - 1/\lambda) \)-approximation algorithm for this case, where \(\lambda\) denotes the common minimum quantity of all arcs.

- Eine transfinite Zahl als Grenzwert (2010)
- Wir zeigen, dass Aleph-Null diejenige transfinite Kardinalzahl ist, gegen die alle Zahlenfolgen streben, die (nach gängiger Definition) gegen (positiv) unendlich streben, und beleuchten dessen Konsequenzen. Diese beinhalten u.a., dass die Exponentialfunktion im Unendlichen unstetig ist.

- Fatigue Lifetime Estimation Based on Rainflow Counted Data Using the Local Strain Approach (1995)
- In the automotive industry both the loca l strain approach and rainflow counting are well known and approved tools in the numerical estimation of the lifetime of a new developed part especially in the automotive industry. This paper is devoted to the combination of both tools and a new algorithm is given that takes advantage of the inner structure of the most used damage parameters.