Cascade method


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Cascade method (Physics) A method of attaining successively lower temperatures by utilizing the cooling effect of the expansion of one gas in condensing another less easily liquefiable, and so on.
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In literature:

West of the Cascades, the question of which method is superior is a bit complex, with pros and cons on both sides.
"Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway" by Steve Solomon
In the practical application of this cascade-method some variation is found in the gases chosen for the successive stages.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 7" by Various

In science:

On Ruelle’s probability cascades and an abstract cavity method.
Exchangeable Fragmentation-Coalescence processes and their equilibrium measures
On Ruelle’s probability cascades and an abstract cavity method.
Dual random fragmentation and coagulation and an application to the genealogy of Yule processes
Sznitman On Ruel le’s probability cascades and an abstract cavity method, Comm.
On a nonhierarchical version of the Generalized Random Energy Model. II. Ultrametricity
On Ruelle’s Probability Cascades and an Abstract Cavity Method, Comm.
A Remark on the Infinite-Volume Gibbs Measures of Spin Glasses
While the hybrid methods appear to show potential, the computational time trade-off for the use of these methods (due to the need to cascade NNs with GAs) is not warranted for performance improvement.
Evaluating the Impact of Missing Data Imputation through the use of the Random Forest Algorithm