cluster expansion

cluster expansion

[′kləs·tər ik′span·shən]
(statistical mechanics)
A virial expansion in which the virial coefficients (of inverse powers of the volume of the gas in question) are obtained from integrals, over positions of a small number of molecules, of functions involving intermolecular potentials.
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Delivery, installation and commissioning of all components of a computing cluster expansion,
Online cluster expansion (data size, throughput) with new "elastic cluster" capability allowing for the addition of nodes to a running cluster
boundary segments of the polygon) are set equal to 1, the Newton polytope N(T, 7) is less elegant--there is a collapsing of monomials in the cluster expansion, and not every monomial corresponds to a vertex.
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The right hand side of equation (2) is called the cluster expansion of u in x.
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