Hobiler

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Hobiler A light horseman. See 2d Hobbler.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n hobiler See hobbler.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
See 2d Hobbler

Usage


In science:

Hobill, vol. 352 of Astrophysics and Space Science Library, 233. 0704.0280 Woods, T. E., & Ivanova, N. 2011, ApJL submitted Woods, T. E., Ivanova, N., van der Sluys, M., & Chaichenets, S. 2010, in American Institute of Physics Conference Series, edited by V.
Common envelope: the progress and the pitfalls
One of the first applications of CCM was a hybrid numerical-analytical version, initiated by Anderson and Hobill for the 1D wave equation (see below).
Characteristic Evolution and Matching
One of the earliest computational applications of null coordinates in a matching scheme was a hybrid numerical-analytical version, by Anderson and Hobill, for the test problem of 1D scalar waves [92, 7, 8].
Characteristic Evolution and Matching
Anderson and Hobill first tackled the 1D model problem of an oscillator coupled to a spherically symmetric, flat space, massless scalar field.
Characteristic Evolution and Matching
Anderson and Hobill proposed that their method be extended to general relativity by matching a numerical solution to an analytic 1/r expansion in null coordinates.
Characteristic Evolution and Matching
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