Billiard

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Billiard - People
... Harry Billiard (1883–1923), Major League Baseball pitcher Bobbi Billiard, an American glamour and swimwear model Maria Duchêne-Billiard (1884-?), French contralto of the Metropolitan Opera Cora ...
Dynamical Billiards
... A billiard is a dynamical system in which a particle alternates between motion in a straight line and specular reflections from a boundary ... Billiard dynamical systems are Hamiltonian idealizations of the game of billiards, but where the region contained by the boundary can have shapes other than rectangular and even be ... Dynamical billiards may also be studied on non-Euclidean geometries indeed, the very first studies of billiards established their ergodic motion on surfaces of constant ...
Billiard Ball Computer - Simulating Billiard Balls in Other Models of Computation
... It is possible to simulate billiard-ball computers on several types of reversible cellular automaton, including block cellular automata and second-order cellular ... were already present in the use of the billiard ball model to simulate logic circuits ... Logic gates based on billiard-ball computer designs have also been made to operate using live soldier crabs of the species Mictyris guinotae in place of the billiard balls ...
Contact Dynamics - Examples - Billiard
... Consider two colliding spheres in a billiard play ... Figure 5a shows some snapshots of two colliding spheres, figure 5b depicts the associated trajectories ...
Lissajous Knot
... in the parametrization by a triangle wave transforms every Lissajous knot isotopically into a billiard curve inside a cube, the simplest case of so-called ... Billiard knots can also be studied in other domains, for instance in a cylinder ...