one-dimensional lattice

one-dimensional lattice

[′wən di‚men·chən·əl ′lad·əs]
(crystallography)
A simplified model of a crystal lattice consisting of particles lying along a straight line at either equal or periodically repeating distances.
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Moreover, by means of the periodic boundary conditions an infinite one-dimensional lattice can be obtained.
In the current study we are interested in the existence of periodic TW solutions of the following general discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation on finite one-dimensional lattices:
To summarise, we have proven the existence of nonzero periodic travelling wave solutions for a general DNLS (including as a special case the standard DNLS) on finite one-dimensional lattices. To this end the existence problem has been reformulated as a fixed point problem for an operator on a function space which is solved with the help of Schauder's Fixed Point Theorem.
consider the wave dynamics of a one-dimensional lattice where both on-site and intersite vibrations are governed by Morse interactions.
Another issue is the dimension of the constructed nested lattices, we concentrate on one-dimensional lattices in this paper while the increasing dimension can further enhance the overall performance of the proposed covert timing channels.