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SH wave scattering from 2-D fractures using boundary element method with linear slip boundary condition

Boundary Gradient Estimates for Parabolic and Elliptic Systems from Linear Laminates

Initial-boundary-value problems for discrete linear evolution equations

Boundary value problems for systems of linear evolution equations

A Linear-Time Constant-Space Algorithm for the Boundary Fill Problem

A domain decomposition and mixed method for a linear parabolic boundary value problem

Non-linear robust boundary control of the Kuramoto–Sivashinsky equation

Global solution for a quasi-linear plate system with boundary memory damping

Strong stabilization of the system of linear elasticity by a Dirichlet boundary feedback

Boundary element-Landweber method for the Cauchy problem in linear elasticity

Non-linear functional boundary value problem for discontinuous functional differential equations

Effects of upper disc boundary conditions on the linear Rossby wave instability

Effect of a non-linear boundary layer on the radiation from earthquakes and underground nuclear explosions

On the coupling of local discontinuous Galerkin and boundary element methods for non-linear exterior transmission problems

Stabilization of a non-linear rotating flexible structure under the presence of time-dependent delay term in a dynamic boundary control

The Riesz basis property of discrete operators and application to a Euler–Bernoulli beam equation with boundary linear feedback control

Stability and convergence analysis of discretizations of the Black–Scholes PDE with the linear boundary condition

 

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A kind of earthwork found in the British Isles that comprises one or more lines of banks and ditches that run across country for anything from a few hundred metres to more than 100 km. Their date and purpose vary greatly, the earliest being built in the Bronze Age, the latest during the early medieval period. In many cases they were probably constructed as territorial boundary markers, although some were once considered to mark the edges of extensive grazing areas and were accordingly known as ranch boundaries.

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