SPDEService Provider Delivery Environment
SPDESony Pictures Digital Entertainment
SPDEStochastic Partial Differential Equation
SPDESolid Phase Dynamic Extraction
SPDESolar Plasma Diagnostic Experiment
SPDEScrolling Poster Display Engine (advertising product)
SPDESpedus Corp (stock symbol; New York, NY)
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Quer-Sardanyons, "Stochastic integrals for spde's: a comparison," Expositiones Mathematicae, vol.
Stochastic calculus of fractional Brownian motion (in short, fBm) naturally led to the study of stochastic partial differential equations (in short, SPDEs) driven by it, and the study of such SPDEs constitutes an important research direction in probability theory and stochastic analysis, and many interesting researches have been done.
The existence and uniqueness of stochastic PDEs (SPDEs) were studied extensively in the literature; see, for example, [2-6].
A triplet (u, [epsilon], [xi]) is a solution to the SPDE (1) if
The SPDE Framework helps CSPs seize these new opportunities and reduce the risk of new investments needed to evolve to next generation operations.
Sony runs Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment (SPDE), an operating unit of Sony Pictures Entertainment created to develop and deliver the next generation of entertainment.
As the head of SPDE, he oversaw the studio's inhouse f/x facility Sony Pictures Imageworks ("Spider-Man," "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and the "Stuart Little" pics), as well as its Internet and other post-production endeavors.
Nokia is to supply its experience in the network created by IBM with various commercial partners to develop software for electronic commerce, Service Provider Delivery Environment (SPDE), and IBM will market the joint end products, added Nokia.
IBM has announced the introduction of its Service Provider Delivery Environment (SPDE).
SPDE Series 12,000 lbs Combination weld & cast bases.
Speed error (SpdE) is an important metric for various kinds of transit applications.