Dielectric formulation of the three - and two - dimensional quantum many-electron systems

Bulutay, Ceyhun


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Role-based and decentralized process modeling allows actors to focus on modeling their own role behaviors and requires them to communicate and negotiate with each other in order to form a consistent and integrated process model. Due to the collaborative nature of role-based and decentralized process modeling, negotiations among the actors who play different roles have a crucial impact on modeling activity of overall process. Based on the communication and negotiation time among the actors, these types of pr...
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C. Bulutay, “Dielectric formulation of the three - and two - dimensional quantum many-electron systems,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1997.