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Simulator for a T-stub transistor in a magnetic field

By Massimo Macucci

Universita' di Pisa

Simulates transport and shot noise in a t-stub transistor in the presence of a magnetic field

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Version 1.0w - published on 17 Mar 2015

doi:10.4231/D3VX0643X cite this

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Users By Organization Type
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Educational - University 28 (70%)
Unidentified 9 (22.5%)
Unemployed 2 (5%)
National Lab 1 (2.5%)
Users by Country of Residence
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in INDIA 7 (29.17%)
us UNITED STATES 5 (20.83%)
it ITALY 3 (12.5%)
ru RUSSIAN FEDERATION 2 (8.33%)
cn CHINA 2 (8.33%)
bd BANGLADESH 1 (4.17%)
pe PERU 1 (4.17%)
cz CZECH REPUBLIC 1 (4.17%)
hr CROATIA 1 (4.17%)
tw TAIWAN 1 (4.17%)

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Wall Clock Time 7.64 hours 12.09 days
CPU time 3.38 seconds 2.14 minutes
Interaction Time 13.66 minutes 8.65 hours

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