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Angular momentum population in the fragmentation of Pb-208 at 1 GeV/nucleon
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Signal reception for space-time differentially encoded transmissions over FIR rich multipath channels
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Competition model for aperiodic stochastic resonance in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo model of cardiac sensory neurons
(American Institute of Physics Inc, 2001)
A model is presented to access the cause and effect between noisy threshold inputs and the average firing rate generated by neuron. The neural control in the heart in aperiodic stochastic resonance (ASR) was partially ...
Mechanism of smart baroreception in the aortic arch
(American Physical Society, 2006)
A mechanism is proposed by which the patch of baroreceptors along the inner curvature of the arch of the aorta can sense hemodynamic events occurring downstream from the aortic arch, in the periphery of the arterial tree. ...
Control of cardiac function and noise from a decaying power spectrum
(American Physical Society, 2004)
The transduction capability of cardiac affected neurons situated to the heart to control cardiac function was described. It was observed that the through in situ cardiac afferent activity shows evidence of independent and ...
A Hybrid Perturbation and Morris Approach for Identifying Sensitive Parameters in Surface Water Quality Models
Surface water quality models (SWQM) are always developed as universal frameworks so that they can be flexibly employed to simulate a large variety of water bodies. These models are often over-parameterized (more parameters ...
ASSESSMENT OF TWO THERMALLY TREATED DRILL MUD WASTES FOR LANDFILL CONTAINMENT APPLICATIONS
(SAGE Publications, 2007)
Offshore oil and gas drilling operations generate significant amounts of drill mud waste, some of which is transported onshore for subsequent thermal treatment (i.e. via thermal remediation). This treatment process results ...
Nuclear structure studies with radioactive beams at GSI
(Akademiai Kiado Rt, 2000)
The electromagnetic excitation process at beam energies around 500 MeV/u is utilized to probe the dipole response of light neutron-rich nuclei. The secondary beams are produced in fragmentation reactions and separated by ...