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We present an analytical stability theory for the onset of the Faraday instability, applying over a wide frequency range between shallow water gravity and deep water capillary waves. For sufficiently thin fluid layers the surface is predicted to occur in harmonic rather than subharmonic resonance with the forcing. An experimental confirmation of this result is given. PACS: 47.20.Ma, 47.20.Gv, 47.15.Cb

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Tracklist: 1. Can't Sleep at All 2. Mother Hips 3. Honeydew 4. Collected Some Nerve 5. Single Spoon 6. So Much 7. Transit Wind 8. Shootout 9. Two River Blues 10. Engagement Ring 11. Whiskey on a Southbound 12. Picture of Him 13. Emergency Exit 14. Superwinner

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Sep 20, 2013
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In this note we classify all Bonnet pairs on a simply connected domain. Our main intent was to apply what we call a quaternionic function theory to a concrete problem in differential geometry. The ideas are simple: conformal immersions into quaternions or imaginary quaternions take the place of chart maps for a Riemann surface. Starting from a reference immersion we construct all conformal immersions of a given (simply connected) Riemann surface (up to translational periods) by spin...

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We establish an equivariant generalization of the Novikov inequalities which allow to estimate the topology of the set of critical points of a closed basic invariant form by means of twisted equivariant cohomology of the manifold. We apply these inequalities to study cohomology of the fixed points set of a symplectic torus action. We show that in this case our inequalities are perfect, i.e. they are in fact equalities.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/dg-ga/9610015v2

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Sep 23, 2013
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D. Boyanovsky; H. J. de Vega; R. Holman; J. F. J. Salgado

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We analyze the phenomenon of preheating,i.e. explosive particle production due to parametric amplification of quantum fluctuations in the unbroken case, or spinodal instabilities in the broken phase, using the Minkowski space $O(N)$ vector model in the large $N$ limit to study the non-perturbative issues involved. We give analytic results for weak couplings and times short compared to the time at which the fluctuations become of the same order as the tree level,as well as numerical results...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9608205v2

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Sep 21, 2013
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E. N. Argyres; C. G. Papadopoulos; M. Bruinsma; R. Kleiss

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We discuss the structure of scalar field theories having the property that all on-shell S-matrix elements vanish in tree approximation. It is shown that there exists a large class of such theories, with derivative couplings, which are all locally related to a free theory by a nonlinear transformation. It is also shown that a field-dependent wave-function renormalization provides all necessary counterterms so that all on-shell S-matrix elements vanish also at the one-loop level.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9609396v2

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V. A. Khoze; S. Lupia; W. Ochs

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The analytical perturbative approach, if taken to the limit of its applicability, allows one to predict an energy independent limit for the one-particle invariant density in QCD jets E dn/d^3p at very small momenta p. This is a direct consequence of the colour coherence in soft gluon branching. The existing data on the charged and identified particle inclusive spectra follow this prediction surprisingly well. Further tests of the perturbatively based picture in the soft region are discussed.

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T. DeGrand

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These lectures provide an introduction to lattice methods for nonperturbative studies of Quantum Chromodynamics. Lecture 1 (Ch. 2): Basic techniques for QCD and results for hadron spectroscopy using the simplest discretizations; lecture 2 (Ch. 3): ``improved actions''--what they are and how well they work lecture 3 (Ch. 4): SLAC physics from the lattice: structure functions, the mass of the glueball, heavy quarks and $\alpha_s(M_Z)$, and $B-\bar B$ mixing.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9610391v1

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We present some preliminary results on the next-to-leading order calculation in QCD of quarkonium production cross sections in hadronic collisions. We will show that the NLO total cross sections for $P$-wave states produced at high energy are not reliable, due to the appearance of very large and negative contributions. We also discuss some issues related to the structure of final states in colour-octet production and to high-p_T fragmentation.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9610364v1

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Sep 21, 2013
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Martin Luescher; Stefan Sint; Rainer Sommer; Peter Weisz; Ulli Wolff

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The coefficients multiplying the counterterms required for O($a$) improvement of the action and the isovector axial current in lattice QCD are computed non-perturbatively, in the quenched approximation and for bare gauge couplings $g_0$ in the range $0 \leq g_0 \leq 1$. A finite-size method based on the Schr\"odinger functional is employed, which enables us to perform all calculations at zero or nearly zero quark mass. As a by-product the critical hopping parameter $\kappa_c$ is obtained...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-lat/9609035v2

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Sep 23, 2013
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We study the theory of intrinsic photoluminescence of two-dimensional electron systems in the vicinity of the $\nu=1$ quantum Hall state. We focus predominantly on the recombination of a band of initial ``excitonic states'' that are the low-lying energy states of our model at $\nu=1$. It is shown that the recombination of excitonic states can account for recent observations of the polarization-resolved spectra of a high-mobility GaAs quantum well. The asymmetric broadening of the spectral line...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/9607002v2

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Sep 21, 2013
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P. Bialas; Z. Burda; D. Johnston

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We analyse the properties of a very simple ``balls-in-boxes'' model which can exhibit a phase transition between a fluid and a condensed phase, similar to behaviour encountered in models of random geometries in one, two and four dimensions. This model can be viewed as a generalisation of the backgammon model introduced by Ritort as an example of glassy behaviour without disorder.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/9609264v2

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Sep 20, 2013
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We consider the quasispecies description of a population evolving in both the "master sequence" landscape (where a single sequence is evolutionarily preferred over all others) and the REM landscape (where the fitness of different sequences is an independent, identically distributed, random variable). We show that, in both cases, the error threshold is analogous to a first order thermodynamical transition, where the overlap between the average genotype and the optimal one drops...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/9610028v1

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Anton Yu. Alekseev; Andreas Recknagel; Volker Schomerus

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In this letter we introduce a generalization of the Knizhnik- Zamolodchikov equations from affine Lie algebras to a wide class of conformal field theories (not necessarily rational). The new equations describe correlations functions of primary fields and of a finite number of their descendents. Our proposal is based on Nahm's concept of small spaces which provide adequate substitutes for the lowest energy subspaces in modules of affine Lie algebras. We explain how to construct the first order...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9610066v1

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We obtain the elliptic curve and the Seiberg-Witten differential for an $N=2$ superconformal field theory which has an $E_8$ global symmetry at the strong coupling point $\tau=e^{\pi i/3}$. The differential has 120 poles corresponding to half the charged states in the fundamental representation of $E_8$, with the other half living on the other sheet. Using this theory, we flow down to $E_7$, $E_6$ and $D_4$. A new feature is a $\lambda_{SW}$ for these theories based on their adjoint...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9610076v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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Yaw-Hwang Chen; Ron-Jou Hsieh; Chilong Lin

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A split dimensional regularization, which was introduced for the Coulomb gauge by Leibbrandt and Williams, is used to regularize the spurious singularities of Yang-Mills theory in the temporal gauge. Typical one-loop split dimensionally regularized temporal gauge integrals, and hence the renormalization structure of the theory are shown to be the same as those calculated with some nonprincipal-value prescriptions.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9610165v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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M. Billo'; M. Caselle; A. D'Adda; S. Panzeri

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Our aim is to give a self-contained review of recent advances in the analytic description of the deconfinement transition and determination of the deconfinement temperature in lattice QCD at large N. We also include some new results, as for instance in the comparison of the analytic results with Montecarlo simulations. We first review the general set-up of finite temperature lattice gauge theories, using asymmetric lattices, and develop a consistent perturbative expansion in the coupling...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9610144v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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Marek Balcerzak; Andrzej Rosłanowski; Saharon Shelah

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Let I be an ideal of subsets of a Polish space X, containing all singletons and possessing a Borel basis. Assuming that I does not satisfy ccc, we consider the following conditions (B), (M) and (D). Condition (B) states that there is a disjoint family F subseteq P(X) of size c, consisting of Borel sets which are not in I. Condition (M) states that there is a function f:X-> X with f^{-1}[{x}] notin I for each x in X. Provided that X is a group and I is invariant, condition (D) states that...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/9610219v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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Let $(x_n)$ be a sequence in a Banach space $X$ which does not converge in norm, and let $E$ be an isomorphically precisely norming set for $X$ such that \[ \sum_n |x^*(x_{n+1}-x_n)| < \infty, \; \forall x^* \in E. \qquad (*) \] Then there exists a subsequence of $(x_n)$ which spans an isomorphically polyhedral Banach space. It follows immediately from results of V. Fonf that the converse is also true: If a separable Banach space $Y$ is a separable isomorphically polyhedral then there exists...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/9610214v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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Paul Bankston

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The ultrapower theorem of Keisler-Shelah allows such model-theoretic notions as elementary equivalence, elementary embedding and existential embedding to be couched in the language of categories (limits, morphism diagrams). This in turn allows analogs of these (and related) notions to be transported into unusual settings, chiefly those of Banach spaces and of compacta. Our interest here is the enrichment of the theory of compacta, especially the theory of continua, brought about by the...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/9610206v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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F. Catara; E. G. Lanza; M. A. Nagarajan; A. Vitturi

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Quadrupole transition densities in neutron-rich nuclei in the vicinity of the neutron drip-line are calculated in the framework of the Random Phase Approximation. The continuum is treated by expansion in oscillator functions. We focus on the states which contribute to the usual Giant Quadrupole Resonance, and not on the low-lying strength which is also expected in such nuclei and whose collective character is still under debate. We find that, due to the large neutron skin in these nuclei, the...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/nucl-th/9610039v1

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Sep 20, 2013
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We study the algebra of difference operators that commute with the two-body Ruijsenaars operator, a $q$-deformation of the Lam\'e differential operator, for generic values of the deformation parameter. The algebra is commutative. It is the algebra of polynomial functions on an affine hyperelliptic curve $Y^2=P(X^2)$. We also compute the difference Galois group of the eigenvalue problem.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/q-alg/9610024v1

Description : Carmel's weekly newspaper provides details about more than a century of the town's social, cultural and political life, including the town's responses to issues of national and international importance (WWI and WWII, the Great Depression, etc.). Series Title : Carmel Pine Cone Source : 44 Pages of 44: 11 x 17 in. Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Carmel Communications, Inc. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online....

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Haryana Gazette Gazette Type: Ordinary Date: 1996-10-18 Gazette Number: 48 Department: PWD (B and R) Notification Number: 30685-2-Admn-201-48 Subject: Public Work Department Irrigation Department Haryana Chandigarh Source URL

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The stress analysis of orthogrid structures, specifically with I-beam sections, is regularly performed using finite elements. Various modeling techniques are often used to simplify the modeling process but still adequately capture the actual hardware behavior. The accuracy of such 'Oshort cutso' is sometimes in question. This report compares three modeling techniques to actual test results from a loaded orthogrid panel. The finite element models include a beam, shell, and mixed beam and shell...

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The objective of the Program was to synthesize novel degradation inhibitors for perfluoropolyalkylether fluids and to evaluate their performance as well as that of other available inhibitors. Four novel additives: (C3F7OCF(CF3)CF2OC(CF3)2CN)((C6H5)2PN)2, (C3F7O(CF(CF3)CF2O)2C(CF3)2CN)((C6H5)2PN)2, u-(C3F7OCF(CF3)CF2OC(CF3)2CN)2((C6H5)2PN)2 and C3F7(OCF(CF3)CF2)6C6H4OP(O)(OC6H5)2 were prepared, characterized and their thermal stabilities established. The alloys studied were: 440C steel, M-50...

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The extended Kalman filter (EKF) is the basis for many applications of filtering theory to real-time problems where estimates of the state of a dynamical system are to be computed based upon some set of observations. The form of the EKF may vary somewhat from one application to another, but the fundamental principles are typically unchanged among these various applications. As is the case in many filtering applications, models of the dynamical system (differential equations describing the state...

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Hoover et. al. built and tested two imaging Schwarzschild multilayer microscopes. These instruments were constructed as prototypes for the "Water Window Imaging X-Ray Microscope," which is a doubly reflecting, multilayer x-ray microscope configured to operate within the "water window." The "water window" is the narrow region of the x-ray spectrum between the K absorption edges of oxygen (lamda = 23.3 Angstroms) and of carbon (lamda = 43.62 Angstroms), where water...

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A multitrack optical disk has two or more circular or spiral tracks, which are recorded or played back in simultaneous sets for high data rates. Tracking is accomplished by sets of first and second tracking pads, which lie partially on and partially off the track paths. The amount of inter-track space required to accommodate the track pads is reduced by placing the overlap of the tracking pads in the same inter-track space, and by tracking any additional simultaneous tracks in excess of two by...

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Sep 20, 2013
09/13

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A. Aghamohammadi; M. Khorrami; A. Shariati

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Using a contraction procedure, we obtain Toda theories and their structures, from affine Toda theories and their corresponding structures. By structures, we mean the equation of motion, the classical Lax pair, the boundary term for half line theories, and the quantum transfer matrix. The Lax pair and the transfer matrix so obtained, depend nontrivially on the spectral parameter.

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Threshold amplitudes are considered for $n$-particle production in arbitrary scalar theory. It is found that, like in $\phi ^4$, leading-$n$ corrections to the tree level amplitudes, being summed over all loops, exponentiate. This result provides more evidence in favor of the conjecture on the exponential behavior of the multiparticle amplitudes.

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Administrative Source Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal ( IGRMS ) Identifier 2U-443 Title Rachana Prasang: Paramparik Kalakaro Ka Shivir (Vol. IV) Alternative IGRMS-2U_443-UMHB Medium U-Matic (Hi-Band) ExtentOriginal 00:22:14 Spatial IGRMS Campus, Madhya Pradesh Temporal Workshop Created 16.10.1996 Condition Very Good Relation 4 of 23 Descriptive Subject Festival Keywords Rachana Prasang, Discussion, Wooden Work, Bastar, Bengal, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh Description In this...

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Game created using the ZZT engine.

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This is a series of New Zealand classifications of Proof Sheet Numbered 4 . Title Proof Sheet Numbered 4 Publication number 9501691 (2 of 26) Application number 950300025 Medium Photographic Proof Sheet Current decision Unrestricted Associated documents 83507_18_4_68124.pdf (Register of Classification Decisions) 83503_18_4_68124.pdf (Register Page) Registration date 2000-09-25 Related publications 9501691 (1 of 26) Classification body Film & Literature Board of Review (1994–) Submission...

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This is a New Zealand classification of Nugget Volume 39 No. 2 February 1995 . Title Nugget Volume 39 No. 2 February 1995 Other known titles Nugget Volume 39 No. 2 Publication number 9501106 Application number 950300021 Medium Magazine Current decision Objectionable Associated documents 64502_18_4_50109.pdf (Register Page) Registration date 1996-10-08 Language English Country United States Related publications 9400991 9400992 9500372 Classification body Office of Film and Literature...

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This is a New Zealand classification of No Contest . Title No Contest Publication number 9601151 Application number 960100440 Medium Video Recording VHS/PAL Current decision R18 Objectionable except if the availability of the publication is restricted to persons who have attained the age of 18 years. Descriptive note Violence Associated documents 70098_18_4_52328.pdf (Register Page) Registration date 1996-10-22 Language English Country United States Related publications 9601152 9700570...

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Because most materials, including metals, will burn in an oxygen-enriched environment, hazards are always present when using oxygen. Most materials will ignite at lower temperatures in an oxygen-enriched environment than in air, and once ignited, combustion rates are greater in the oxygen-enriched environment. Many metals burn violently in an oxygen-enriched environment when ignited. Lubricants, tapes, gaskets, fuels, and solvents can increase the possibility of ignition in oxygen systems....

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Guidance for the formulation of robust, multiaxial, constitutive models for advanced materials is provided by addressing theoretical and experimental issues using micromechanics. The multiaxial response of metal matrix composites, depicted in terms of macro flow/damage surfaces, is predicted at room and elevated temperatures using an analytical micromechanical model that includes viscoplastic matrix response as well as fiber-matrix debonding. Macro flow/damage surfaces (i.e., debonding...

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Law Enforcement News 1996-10-15: Volume 22 , Issue 453. Digitized from IA1643436-02 . Previous issue: sim_law-enforcement-news_1996-09-30_22_452 . Next issue: sim_law-enforcement-news_1996-10-31_22_454 .

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There is a growing need for interactive computational tools for medical education and research. The most exciting paradigm for interactive education is simulation. Fluid Mod is a simulation based computational tool developed in the late sixties and early seventies at the RAND corporation. Fluid Mod is designed around solving problems in equilibrium solution chemistry. It functions by minimizing the free energy of complex chemical systems. Fluid Mod used simulation to present students with cases...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Samsel, Richard W, CRITICAL CONCEPTS INC CHICAGO IL, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, BEST MANUFACTURING PRACTICES CENTER OF EXCELLENCE COLLEGE PARK MD, *MANAGEMENT...