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    Combination Synchronization of Three Different Fractional-Order Delayed Chaotic Systems.Bo Li, Xiaobing Zhou & Yun Wang - 2019 - Complexity 2019:1-9.
    Time delay is a frequently encountered phenomenon in some practical engineering systems and introducing time delay into a system can enrich its dynamic characteristics. There has been a plenty of interesting results on fractional-order chaotic systems or integer-order delayed chaotic systems, but the problem of synchronization of fractional-order chaotic systems with time delays is in the primary stage. Combination synchronization of three different fractional-order delayed chaotic systems is investigated in this paper. It is an extension of combination synchronization of delayed (...)
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    Aeromagnetic and Spectral Expressions of Rare Earth Element Deposits in Gallinas Mountains Area, Central New Mexico, USA.Mo Li, Xiaobing Zhou, Christopher H. Gammons, Mohamed Khalil & Marvin Speece - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):T937-T949.
    The Gallinas Mountains, located at the junction of Lincoln and Torrance Counties, New Mexico, USA, are a series of alkaline volcanic rocks intruded into Permian sedimentary rocks. The Gallinas Mountains area hosts fluorite and copper as veins containing bastnäsite, whereas deposits of iron skarns and iron replacement are in the area as well. These deposits produce iron. In this study, the multispectral band-ratio method is used for surface mineral recognition, whereas 2D subsurface structure inversion modeling was applied to explore the (...)
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    Aeromagnetic and Spectral Expressions of Rare Earth Element Deposits in Gallinas Mountains Area, Central New Mexico, USA.Mo Li, Xiaobing Zhou, Christopher H. Gammons, Mohamed Khalil & Marvin Speece - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):T937-T949.
    The Gallinas Mountains, located at the junction of Lincoln and Torrance Counties, New Mexico, USA, are a series of alkaline volcanic rocks intruded into Permian sedimentary rocks. The Gallinas Mountains area hosts fluorite and copper as veins containing bastnäsite, whereas deposits of iron skarns and iron replacement are in the area as well. These deposits produce iron. In this study, the multispectral band-ratio method is used for surface mineral recognition, whereas 2D subsurface structure inversion modeling was applied to explore the (...)
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