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Viktor Ambartsumian: Life and Activities  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The booklet is dedicated to the outstanding Armenian astronomer and one of the great scientists of the XX century Viktor Ambartsumian. He has fundamentally contributed in various fields of astronomy and astrophysics, cosmogony, theoretical physics, mathematics, and philosophy. Ambartsumian was a great organizer of science, important political and public figure. He was the Director of BAO in 1946-1988, the President of the Armenian Academy of Sciences in 1947-1993, the President of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in 1961-1964 and the President of the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) in 1968-1972.

Mickaelian, Areg M.

2014-09-01

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Viktor Lowenfeld Speaks on Art and Creativity.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This retrospective compilation of speeches and ideas by Viktor Lowenfeld is representative of his work between the years 1946 to 1960 and reveals his concern with the importance of creativity in education. Nine chapters present Lowenfeld's thoughts: (1) "On the Significance of Individual Creative Expression"; (2) "On the Discrepancy Between Our…

Brittain, W. Lambert, Ed.

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SDDR: Light-Weight, Secure Mobile Encounters Matthew Lentz Viktor Erdelyi Paarijaat Aditya  

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SDDR: Light-Weight, Secure Mobile Encounters Matthew Lentz Viktor Erd�elyi Paarijaat Aditya Elaine]). At their low- est layer, these applications all discover nearby devices; many also associate previously linked

Shi, Elaine

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The Usefulness of Architectural Knowledge Management Practices in GSD Viktor Clerc, Patricia Lago, Hans van Vliet  

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The Usefulness of Architectural Knowledge Management Practices in GSD Viktor Clerc, Patricia Lago, patricia, hans}@cs.vu.nl Abstract Practices for architectural knowledge management (AKM) may alleviate to validate a set of practices for architec- tural knowledge management in GSD and to specifically in

van Vliet, Hans

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Energy-Efficient Parallel Packet Forwarding Weirong Jiang and Viktor K. Prasanna  

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infrastructure to meet the throughput require- ment. On the other hand, energy/ power consumption has been inside a core router is due to packet forwarding. This chapter studies the problem of energyChapter 8 Energy-Efficient Parallel Packet Forwarding Weirong Jiang and Viktor K. Prasanna Abstract

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Efficient Metacomputation using Self-Reconfiguration Reetinder Sidhu and Viktor K. Prasanna  

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Efficient Metacomputation using Self-Reconfiguration Reetinder Sidhu and Viktor K. Prasanna in this paper. Various practical issues in efficiently implementing self- reconfiguration are also discussed is used to define and describe self-reconfiguration (Section 2.2). Practical considerations for efficient

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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An Adaptive Cryptographic Engine for IPSec Architectures Andreas Dandalis and Viktor K. Prasanna  

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An Adaptive Cryptographic Engine for IPSec Architectures Andreas Dandalis and Viktor K. Prasanna the Internet Protocol Se- curity (IPSec) standard have to meet the enormous com- puting demands of cryptographic algorithms. In addition, IPSec architectures have to be flexible enough to adapt to diverse

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Phantm: PHP Analyzer for Type Mismatch Etienne Kneuss Philippe Suter Viktor Kuncak  

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Phantm: PHP Analyzer for Type Mismatch Etienne Kneuss Philippe Suter Viktor Kuncak School in PHP applications. Phantm can infer types for nested arrays, and can lever­ age runtime information, Verification 1. INTRODUCTION PHP is a very popular scripting language. PHP scripts are behind many web sites

Kuncak, Viktor

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Phantm: PHP Analyzer for Type Mismatch Etienne Kneuss Philippe Suter Viktor Kuncak  

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Phantm: PHP Analyzer for Type Mismatch Etienne Kneuss Philippe Suter Viktor Kuncak School in PHP applications. Phantm can infer types for nested arrays, and can lever- age runtime information, Verification 1. INTRODUCTION PHP is a very popular scripting language. PHP scripts are behind many web sites

Kuncak, Viktor

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Revisiting Viktor Frankl: his contributions to the contemporary interest in spirituality and health care.  

PubMed

The case is made for location of spirituality to be in the body, and at the same time for the power of the spirit to transcend the body when it is afflicted. The author highlights Viktor Frankl's strongest convictions that one can survive through the shear power of one's spirit. Correspondingly, the promise of resurrection can help a Christian to maintain a vision of life, stay courageous though there may be no hope of tomorrow as we have known it. The author asserts the role of the hospital chaplain in helping the sick person to draw upon his or her spiritual strength to cope with their physical illness or affliction. PMID:16392648

Gojmerac-Leiner, Georgia

2005-01-01

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A SRAM-based Architecture for Trie-based IP Lookup Using FPGA Hoang Le, Weirong Jiang, Viktor K. Prasanna  

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A SRAM-based Architecture for Trie-based IP Lookup Using FPGA Hoang Le, Weirong Jiang, Viktor K, Reconfigurable Hardware, Field Programm- able Gate Array (FPGA). 1. Introduction With the rapid growth of the Internet, design of high speed IP routers has been a major area of research. Advances in optical networking

Hwang, Kai

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Scalable High Throughput and Power Efficient IP-Lookup on FPGA Hoang Le and Viktor K. Prasanna  

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Scalable High Throughput and Power Efficient IP-Lookup on FPGA Hoang Le and Viktor K. Prasanna-power SRAM- based linear pipeline architecture for IP lookup. Using a single FPGA, the proposed architecture a major area of research. Ad- vances in optical networking technology are pushing link rates in high speed

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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An FPGA-Based Floating-Point Jacobi Iterative Solver Gerald R. Morris and Viktor K. Prasanna  

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An FPGA-Based Floating-Point Jacobi Iterative Solver Gerald R. Morris and Viktor K. Prasanna program- mable gate arrays (FPGA) are no longer restricted to their traditional role as substitutes new architectures allow end-users to, in effect, create reconfigurable coprocessors targeting

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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A new era in science at Washington University, St. Louis: Viktor Hamburger's zoology department in the 1940's  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the early 1940s, the administration of the College of Arts and Sciences at Washington University, St. Louis was firmly in the hands of classical scholars who were not inclined to promote the development of modern research on scientific subjects. Funds supporting research in biology favored the School of Medicine and the Missouri Botanical Garden. Viktor Hamburger arrived at Washington

Hampton L. Carson

2001-01-01

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The astronomer Friedrich Viktor Schembor and the Vienna Urania Observatory (The history of the Vienna Urania Observatory from its foundation to its re-opening (1897-1957) / Friedrich Viktor Schembor - a life for astronomy). (German Title: Der Astronom Friedrich Viktor Schembor und die Wiener Urania-Sternwarte (Die Geschichte der Wiener Urania-Sternwarte von ihrer Gründung bis zu ihrer Wiedereröffnung (1897-1957) / Friedrich Viktor Schembor - ein Leben für die Astronomie))  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Urania Observatory in Vienna and the life and workings of the Viennese astronomer Friedrich Viktor Schembor are the topics of this volume. The first part deals with the history of the Urania Observatory and its significance as the oldest popular observatory in Vienna for the education of adults. After a short digression on the development of popular educational activities in the 19th century, the efforts are traced that led to the establishment of the Urania Observatory. The second part deals with the biography of the astronomer Friedrich Viktor Schembor (1898-1942). Already at an early age he committed himself as a volunteer for popular education in astronomy. In his time as director of the Urania Observatory, he was able to guide the “Astronomische Gemeinde” (Astronomical Congregation) to scientifically useful results. Because of a vicious disease, he was given only a short time of scientific work at the Vienna University Observatory.

Schembor, Friedrich Wilhelm

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An Analysis of Security and Privacy Issues in Smart Grid Software Architectures on Yogesh Simmhan, Alok Gautam Kumbhare, Baohua Cao, and Viktor Prasanna  

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Simmhan, Alok Gautam Kumbhare, Baohua Cao, and Viktor Prasanna Center for Energy Informatics Computer an information-driven approach to distributed energy management. Clouds offer features well suited for Smart Grid architecture operating on different Cloud environments, in the form of a taxonomy. We use the Los Angeles Smart

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Viktor Lowenfeld Speaks on Art and Creativity.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This pamphlet contains an edited collection of Lowenfeld's speeches on art education. Following are the titles of the nine speeches: "On the Significance of Individual Creative Expression,""On the Discrepancy Between Our Scientific and Social Values,""On the Importance of Early Art Expression,""On Fostering Creative Sensitivity,""On Integration in…

Brittain, W. Lambert, Ed.

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ALGEBRA SEMINAR TALK FRANZ-VIKTOR KUHLMANN  

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and all polynomials f in K[X1,...,Xn], the set {f(a1,...,an) | a1,...,an in the valuation ring} has a maximum (which is allowed to be infinity, which is the case if f has a zero in the valuation ring, large and extremal valued fields catching the fire of imagination untamed with logic, models

Sinnamon, Gordon J.

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Spatially resolved biosensing with a molded plasmonic crystal Viktor Malyarchuka  

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of applications in chemical sensing/biosensing and imaging where low cost, compact form factor to the crystal surface were spatially and spectroscopically resolved using monochromatic and white light that use such sensors typically incorporate prisms to couple light into and out of a single surface plasmon

Rogers, John A.

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The PGPGrid Project Paul Cockshott, Lewis Mackenzie, Viktor Yarmolenko  

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. The speckle pattern provides synthetic features for the computer vision algorithms used in the ranging process to home in on. Without the speckle there may be insufficient contrast in parts of the human anatomy with speckle pattern from multiple projectors using an uninterrupted light source for the illumination

Cockshott, W. Paul

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Survey on Directed Model Checking Stefan Edelkamp, Viktor Schuppan, Dragan Bosnacki, Anton Wijs, Ansgar  

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to scheduling problems. 1 Introduction The presence of a vast number of computing devices in our environment of directed model checking in external (disk-based) settings, for real-time systems, for generation of probabilistic counterexamples, and for scheduling problems. 2 History of Directed Model Checking Elements

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Survey on Directed Model Checking Stefan Edelkamp, Viktor Schuppan, Dragan Bosnacki, Anton Wijs,  

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, Ansgar Fehnker, and Husain Aljazzar Dortmund University of Technology, Germany FBK-IRST, Trento, Italy Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands INRIA/VASY, Montbonnot St Martin, France National ICT be adapted by lifting the search space. For deterministic, finite domains we instantiate the algorithms

Leue, Stefan

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Survey on Directed Model Checking Stefan Edelkamp, Viktor Schuppan, Dragan Bosnacki, Anton Wijs, Ansgar  

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, Ansgar Fehnker, and Husain Aljazzar Dortmund University of Technology, Germany FBK-IRST, Trento, Italy Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands INRIA/VASY, Montbonnot St Martin, France National ICT be adapted by lifting the search space. For deterministic, finite domains we instantiate the algorithms

Joseph Fourier Grenoble-I, Université

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Hard superconducting nitrides Xiao-Jia Chen*, Viktor V. Struzhkin*, Zhigang Wu*, Maddury Somayazulu  

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their physical properties. Both the bulk modulus and Vickers hardness are found to decrease with increas- ing Contributed by Russell J. Hemley, January 7, 2005 Detailed study of the equation of state, elasticity zero-pressure volume in NbN, HfN, and ZrN. The computed elastic constants from first principles satisfy

Wu, Zhigang

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Review of "Introduction to the Replica Theory of Disordered Statistical Systems", by Viktor Dotsenko  

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it tries to interpret what these calculations mean physi- cally. (At this point some truth-in-advertising" that are at best murky, often misleading, and sometimes simply incorrect.) Dotsenko states in the preface, perhaps

Stein, Daniel L.

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SCALABLE HIGH-THROUGHPUT SRAM-BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR IP-LOOKUP Hoang Le, Weirong Jiang, Viktor K. Prasanna  

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SCALABLE HIGH-THROUGHPUT SRAM-BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR IP-LOOKUP USING FPGA Hoang Le, Weirong Jiang content addressable memory (TCAM) is widely used. We propose a novel SRAM-based linear pipeline- ternal SRAM to handle even larger routing tables (up to 2 M prefixes), while maintaining a 324 MLPS

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Prague Arabic Dependency Treebank: A Word on the Million Words Otakar Smrz Viktor Bielicky Iveta Kourilova Jakub Kracmar Jan Hajic Petr Zemanek  

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refined linguistic annotations inspired by the Func- tional Generative Description theory (Sgall et al,b,c). The source texts are distributed also in- dependently as part of the Arabic Gigaword (Graff, 2007). PATB has

Cerveny, Vlastislav

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Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann 210 McLean Hall, Tel. 6111 Introduction to Calculus _ Math 110.3 (04) T2, 1998-99  

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reach 100,000? 3) a) Use a theorem which we derived from the Mean Value Theorem to show that sin2x the theorem which you are using. Show how it follows from the Mean Value Theorem. b) Suppose the maximum number of marks is 40. Show all your work to receive full credit! 1) a) Differentiate

Kuhlmann, Franz-Viktor

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FranzViktor Kuhlmann 210 McLean Hall, Tel. 6111 Introduction to Calculus ---Math 110.3 (04) T2, 199899  

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reach 100,000? 3) a) Use a theorem which we derived from the Mean Value Theorem to show that sin 2 x the theorem which you are using. Show how it follows from the Mean Value Theorem. b) Suppose that the function) Differentiate the following functions (do it the simplest possible way): (i) y = ln x 6 (ii) y = ln s 3x + 2 3x

Kuhlmann, Franz-Viktor

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FranzViktor Kuhlmann 210 McLean Hall, Tel. 6111 Introduction to Calculus ---Math 110.3 (04) T2, 199899  

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! \\Gamma1 jxj if \\Gamma 1 Ÿ x Ÿ 1 x 2 if x ? 1 Determine its range. Compute f(\\Gamma2), f(\\Gamma1), f(0), f through the points P 1 = (\\Gamma1; 2) and P 2 = (3; \\Gamma1). Compute the slope, the x­intercept and the y­intercept of this line. Compute the distance between P 1 and P 2 . b) Determine the equation for the line L 2 which has

Kuhlmann, Franz-Viktor

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Technical Report Computer Laboratory  

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Predicates Thomas Dinsdale-Young, Mike Dodds, Philippa Gardner, Matthew Parkinson, Viktor Vafeiadis April://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ #12;c 2010 Thomas Dinsdale-Young, Mike Dodds, Philippa Gardner, Matthew Parkinson, Viktor Vafeiadis version) Thomas Dinsdale-Young Mike Dodds Philippa Gardner Matthew Parkinson Viktor Vafeiadis Abstract

Haddadi, Hamed

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Technical Report Computer Laboratory  

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/guarantee and separation logic Viktor Vafeiadis, Matthew Parkinson June 2007 15 JJ Thomson Avenue Cambridge CB3 0FD United Kingdom phone +44 1223 763500 http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ #12;c 2007 Viktor Vafeiadis, Matthew Parkinson/guarantee and separation logic Viktor Vafeiadis University of Cambridge Matthew Parkinson University of Cambridge Abstract

Haddadi, Hamed

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A Modeling and Exploration Framework for Mapping of Linear ArrayA Modeling and Exploration Framework for Mapping of Linear Array of Tasks onto Adaptive Computing Systemsof Tasks onto Adaptive Computing Systems Egor Andreev, Sumit Mohanty, Viktor K. Prasan  

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using HiPerERapid Estimation using HiPerE GME 2000GME 2000** for Modelingfor Modeling Design Space Space Exploration Application ACS System Offline Estimates Modeling Design Space Pruning High) · memories with multiple power states and banks that can be individually turned on/off (Micron Mobile SDRAM

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Friday, 16 November 2012 POES Satellite Observations of EMIC-wave driven Relativistic Electron  

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and its Discontents by Sigmund Freud (Norton) ISBN: 9780393304510 Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor: 9781576753576 Sex, Murder, and the Meaning of Life by Douglas Kenrick (Basic Books/Perseus, 2011) ISBN

Otago, University of

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Solar Physics DOI: 10.1007/----  

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the transition region, experiencing relatively low reflection, and transmitting most of their energy@sheffield.ac.uk; s.shelyag@sheffield.ac.uk SOLA: SolPhys.tex; 13 November 2008; 14:19; p. 1 #12;VIKTOR FEDUN, ROBERT

Li, Yi

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The Marine Biological Laboratory Embryology Course  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

An article about the history of the Woods Hole MBL Embryology Course, including a link to the PDF of the historic lab notes by the embryologist, Viktor Hamburger when he was an instructor at Woods Hole in 1942.

Jane Maienschein (Arizona State University Center for Biology and Society)

2007-01-01

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Redeeming the Unredeemable: Auschwitz and Man's Search for Meaning  

Microsoft Academic Search

Viktor Frankl’s Auschwitz memoir has been criticized for misrepresenting the cultural significance of the Holocaust. “The real hero of Man’s Search for Meaning,” Lawrence Langer once remarked, was “not man but Viktor Frankl.”1 Incorporating little-known biographical details and an analysis of how Frankl “worked through” his experiences in earlier writings, this article illuminates how Frankl arrived at his particular version

Timothy E. Pytell; San Bernardino

2003-01-01

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Spontaneous embryonic motility: an enduring legacy.  

PubMed

This chapter addresses the influential contributions Viktor Hamburger has made to our understanding of embryonic motor behavior. With his classic review, published in 1963, Viktor Hamburger opened up the field of embryonic motor behavior, which had lain almost completely dormant for many years. He focused his observations and experimental studies on the spontaneously generated embryonic movements rather than on reflex responses. As a result, he and his colleagues firmly established the central generation of embryonic motility as a basic component of embryonic behavior in chicks. These studies were also extended to rat fetuses, showing that similar principles apply to mammalian fetuses. All of us who have followed after him owe Viktor Hamburger an enormous debt of gratitude for his pioneering work. PMID:11255029

Bekoff, A

2001-04-01

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Morsel-Driven Parallelism: A NUMA-Aware Query Evaluation Framework for the Many-Core Age  

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Morsel-Driven Parallelism: A NUMA-Aware Query Evaluation Framework for the Many-Core Age Viktor to Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA). In response, we present the "morsel-driven" query execution framework, where scheduling becomes a fine-grained run-time task that is NUMA-aware. Morsel-driven query

Kemper, Alfons

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10.1177/0146167204271303PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETINHaselton et al. / SEX, LIES, AND INTERFERENCE Sex, Lies, and Strategic Interference  

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. Haselton University of California­Los Angeles David M. Buss University of Texas­Austin Viktor Oubaid DLR; evolutionary psychology; stra- tegic interference; antagonistic coevolution Cooperation between a man10.1177/0146167204271303PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETINHaselton et al. / SEX, LIES

Pillow, Jonathan

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Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education  

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mathematics gifted education need a working philosophy of creativity? VIKTOR FREIMAN: Université de Moncton views and approaches to creativity with emphasis on their links with mathematics. Educational and socialMediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education Vol. 6, 1& 2, 23 - 46, 2007 Does

Sriraman, Bharath

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High-Throughput IP-Lookup Supporting Dynamic Routing Tables using FPGA  

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High-Throughput IP-Lookup Supporting Dynamic Routing Tables using FPGA Hoang Le and Viktor K 90089, USA Email: {hoangle, prasanna}@usc.edu Abstract--Advances in optical networking technology Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) along with external SRAM, the proposed architecture can support over 2M

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Sincere cycle-finite schurian vector space categories  

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Sincere cycle-finite schurian vector space categories Viktor Bekkert Faculty of Mechanics@uni-alg.kiev.ua Abstract The aim of this paper is to classify sincere cycle-finite schurian vector space categories and their sincere indecomposable factor spaces. Introduction Throughout the paper k is an algebraically closed field

Bekkert, Viktor

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POSTER PRESENTATION Open Access Spatiotemporal dynamics in the human brain  

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POSTER PRESENTATION Open Access Spatiotemporal dynamics in the human brain during rest: a virtual brain study Andreas Spiegler* , Enrique Hansen, Viktor K Jirsa From Twenty Second Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting: CNS*2013 Paris, France. 13-18 July 2013 Over the past years the ongoing human brain

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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LOGOTHERAPY FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE  

Microsoft Academic Search

Logotherapy is based on the meaning-focused existential philosophy of Viktor E. Frankl (1905–1997). Numerous mental health professionals have been inspired by his most popular book, Man's Search for Meaning; however, many are unfamiliar with the depth of Frankl's work. The purpose of this article is to discuss the tenets of logotherapy, including fundamental concepts, applicability and techniques, roles of the

STEFAN E. SCHULENBERG; ROBERT R. HUTZELL; CARRIE NASSIF; JULIUS M. ROGINA

2008-01-01

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Comparative study of 2-group P1 and diffusion theories for the calculation of the neutron noise in 1D 2-region systems  

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in 1D 2-region systems Viktor Larsson *, Christophe Demazière Chalmers University of Technology spatial dependence of the neutron noise cannot be mea- sured in practice, since the number of in, Chalmers University of Technology (Dem- azière, 2004). So far, the open-loop reactor transfer function

Demazière, Christophe

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Comparison of the calculated neutron noise using finite differences and the Analytical Nodal Method  

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Viktor Larsson , Christophe Demazière Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Nuclear-core neutron detectors in western-type Light Water Reactors is very limited, the full spatial dependence Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology (Demazière, 2004). This early model calculated the neutron

Demazière, Christophe

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A Tragic Optimism: The Existential Vacuum and God in the Poetic Vision  

Microsoft Academic Search

In Man's Search for Meaning psychiatrist Viktor Frankl diagnoses the malaise of humankind as an ?existential vacuum,? a sense of meaninglessness. He suggests that help for this malaise may be found in creativity, love, and the freedom of moral choice. Whether acknowledged or not, these human gifts are reflections of God, of a higher way--or what Frankl calls ?another dimension,

Barbara A. Heavilin; Charles W. Heavilin

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How delays matter in an oscillatory whole-brain spiking-neuron network model for MEG alpha-rhythms at rest  

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Fabra, Barcelona 08018, Spain b Oxford Ctr. For Human Brain Activity, Univ. of Oxford, Oxford, UnitedHow delays matter in an oscillatory whole-brain spiking-neuron network model for MEG alpha , Morten L. Kringelbach c,d , Viktor Jirsa e , Gustavo Deco a,f a Center for Brain and Cognition

Deco, Gustavo

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FPGA-based Router Virtualization: A Power Perspective  

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FPGA-based Router Virtualization: A Power Perspective Thilan Ganegedara, Viktor K. Prasanna Ming- ture where networking equipment is dedicated on a per network basis. Router virtualization allows a single hardware router to serve packets from multiple networks while ensuring the same throughput

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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The Importance of Self-Identification in Art, Culture, and Ethnicity  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Lowenfeld Award was established in 1960 by friends and former students of Viktor Lowenfeld (widely acknowledged as the most influential art educator of the 20th century) to honor an NAEA member who has made significant contributions to the field of art education through the years. This article reports on the 2012 recipient, Bernard Young,…

Young, Bernard

2013-01-01

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2008 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved. 2008 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved. Intermediate-spin ferrous iron in lowermost  

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at Austin, Texas 78712, USA 2 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 7000 East Avenue, Livermore , PRZEMEK DERA5 , VIKTOR V. STRUZHKIN6 , ATSUSHI KUBO5 , JIYONG ZHAO4 , CATHERINE MCCAMMON7 AND WILLIAM J. EVANS2 1 Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas

Lin, Jung-Fu "Afu"

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Frankl's concept of time: Existential psychotherapy with couples and families  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this article, Viktor Frankl's ideas about time are used to outline the basic curative factors in an Existential approach to psychotherapy with couples and families. In this approach, the future includes meaning potentials that are available to the couple or family; the present is the time to actualize such meaning potentials; and the past includes these meaning potentials which

Jim Lantz

1995-01-01

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Existential Heap Abstraction Entailment is Undecidable  

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Existential Heap Abstraction Entailment is Undecidable Viktor Kuncak and Martin Rinard Laboratory of the existential monadic second-order logic over graphs. One of the key problems in a compositional static analysis that heap specification languages should avoid second-order existential quantification in favor

Rinard, Martin

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Secure extensions of FPGA soft core processors for symmetric key cryptography  

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Secure extensions of FPGA soft core processors for symmetric key cryptography Lubos GASPAR, Viktor by a cryptographic accelerator ­ crypto-coprocessor. Secret keys are usually stored in the internal registers and the cryptographic extension is accessed as an ordinary peripheral ­ a coprocessor. Although the interfacing

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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For More Information: http://dbbs.wustl.edu/divprograms/neuro/  

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Cohen and Viktor Hamburger discovered the first neuronal trophic factor: nerve growth factor. Today tomography of the human brain. Here students enjoy a challenging and productive environment in which for Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology · The McDonnell Center for Higher Brain Function · The Hope Center

Stormo, Gary

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Semantic Information Integration for Smart Grid Applications*  

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Chapter 19 Semantic Information Integration for Smart Grid Applications* Yogesh Simmhan, Qunzhi Zhou, and Viktor Prasanna* Abstract. The Los Angeles Smart Grid Project aims to use informatics that supports 1.4 million customers and a rich ecosystem of Smart Grid applications from users, third party

Prasanna, Viktor K.

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Church attendance, meaningfulness of religion, and depressive symptomatology among adolescents  

Microsoft Academic Search

Self-administered questionnaires were completed by 451 adolescents at a public high school in Texas during the spring semester 1989. The instrument used contained the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and items to determine participants' gender, frequency of church attendance, and meaningfulness of one's religion. Based on social support research and the writings of Carl Jung and Viktor Frankl, it was predicted

Loyd S. Wright; Christopher J. Frost; Stephen J. Wisecarver

1993-01-01

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Lowenfeld at Hampton (1939-1946): Empowerment, Resistance, Activism, and Pedagogy  

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Viktor Lowenfeld (1903-1960) has been abundantly documented as having influenced art teaching in the United States. Scarce attention, however, has been given to the significant and remarkable advancements he made to resist structures of institutionalized racism and promote inter-racial cooperation. Lowenfeld was a mentor to several notable African…

Holt, Ann

2012-01-01

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THESIS FOR THE DEGREE OF LICENTIATE OF ENGINEERING Modeling and Simulation of a Multi  

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and love from my husband Jonas, and my children Erika, Gustav and Viktor, and to my sister Maria for her measurements, first principles, and reasoning about effects on molecular level. This work has been performed product quality. In order to decide which profiles are acceptable, more research about the effect

Patriksson, Michael

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Faculty of Engineering Faculty Council  

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Optimization Plan As announced by President Rock last Spring, a plan for saving $25M (or generating $25M. Viktor, O. Yang Absent: Officers of the Faculty: G. Leblanc (non-voting) Professors: X. Cao, W. Gueaieb plan is required from each faculty and service. A steering committee is coordinating this exercise

Petriu, Emil M.

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Architectural Knowledge Management Practices in Agile Global Software Development  

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Architectural Knowledge Management Practices in Agile Global Software Development Viktor Clerc VU architectural knowledge management in a distributed setting. In this paper, we report on a large survey practices for architectural knowledge management in GSD are used in practice. The results show that the case

van Vliet, Hans

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International Workshop on Function Spaces and Applications  

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. Besov Steklov Institute Moscow / Russia Viktor I. Burenkov Peoples Friendship University of Russia, Moscow / Russia Michail Gol'dman Peoples Friendship University of Russia, Moscow / Russia Dorothee D://www.schloss- neuenburg.de/English-Site.html). This huge castle on the east side of the Unstrut river valley was founded

Novak, Erich

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Sufficient conditions for a period increment big bang bifurcation in one-dimensional maps  

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Sufficient conditions for a period increment big bang bifurcation in one-dimensional maps Viktor bang bifurcation of the period increment type, it is sufficient for a one-dimensional map: organizing centers, piecewise-smooth maps, border collision bifurcations 1 Introduction Big bang bifurcations

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Neuronal cell death, nerve growth factor and neurotrophic models: 50 years on  

Microsoft Academic Search

Viktor Hamburger has just died at the age of 100. It is 50 years since he and Rita Levi-Montalcini laid the foundations for the study of naturally occurring cell death and of neurotrophic factors in the nervous system. In a period of less than 10 years, from 1949 to 1958, Hamburger and Levi-Montalcini made the following seminal discoveries: that neuron

M. R Bennett; W. G Gibson; G Lemon

2002-01-01

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Food Intake With an Antiobesity Drug (Sibutramine) Versus Placebo and Rorschach Data: A Crossover Within-Subjects Study  

Microsoft Academic Search

We related the effect of the satiety enhancing drug sibutramine (Meridia®, Reductil®) on food intake to Rorschach Comprehensive System (Exner, 1991, 1993) personality factors. A pla- cebo-controlled crossover, within-subjects design (n = 36) was used. Food intake after 2 weeks in the sibutramine and placebo conditions was assessed with a test meal using the VIKTOR (Cabmek, Stockholm, Sweden) setup, a

Kristina Elfhag; Britta Barkeling; Anna Maria Carlsson; Thomas Lindgren; Stephan Rossner

2004-01-01

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Enhancing the Teaching and Learning Environment in the USSR. Annual Soviet-American Symposium on Teaching and Learning (2nd, Jacksonville, Florida, October 3-4, 1991). Special Publication Number 65.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication contains papers contributed by Russian educators at a symposium on preparing Soviet youth and adults for the challenges and opportunities of an emerging market economy. The following presentations are included: "Conception of Kazan Community College" (Mirza I. Makhmoutov, Oleg E. Liseitchikov, and Viktor I. Lebedev); "Complex…

Community Colleges for International Development, Inc.

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POSTER PRESENTATION Open Access Dynamics of neural systems in epilepsy  

E-print Network

POSTER PRESENTATION Open Access Dynamics of neural systems in epilepsy Kenza EL Houssaini* , Viktor 2013 Epilepsy is a nervous system disorder. It is characterized by a brain dysfunction activity in epilepsy. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14(Suppl 1):P124. * Correspondence: kenzaelhoussaini@hotmail.fr UMR 1106

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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New Book Information Creativity, Giftedness, and  

E-print Network

entrance exams in numerous parts of world. Creativity and imagination is often evident when young children education need a working philoso- phy of creativity? Viktor Freiman & Bharath Sriraman 6. Enabling moreNew Book Information Creativity, Giftedness, and Talent Development in Mathematics Edited

Bardsley, John

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A Novel Noninvasive Technique for Pulse-Wave Imaging and Characterization of Clinically-Significant Vascular Mechanical  

E-print Network

-Significant Vascular Mechanical Properties In Vivo KANA FUJIKURA, 1 JIANWEN LUO, 1 VIKTOR GAMARNIK, 1 MATHIEU PERNOT, 1. The radial wall velocities were mapped with 8000 frames/s. Propagation of the PW was demonstrated in a color-of-the-art technique allows noninvasive mapping of vascular disease in vivo. In future clinical applications, it may

Konofagou, Elisa E.

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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 10 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 6 SEPTEMBER 1999 Raman Spectroscopy of Dense H2O and the Transition to Symmetric Hydrogen Bonds  

E-print Network

of Dense H2O and the Transition to Symmetric Hydrogen Bonds Alexander F. Goncharov, Viktor V. Struzhkin changes associated with the transition to the nonmolecular, symmetric hydrogen-bonded state. At 60 GPa, symmetric hydrogen bonds. PACS numbers: 63.20.Dj, 63.20.Kr, 77.80.Bh Recent theoretical and experimental

Hemley, Russell J.

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Illustrated Collections of Russian Satirical and Political Periodicals, and Music Cover Designs at the Library of Congress: An Overview  

Microsoft Academic Search

The article describes a collection of Russian satirical and political periodicals, and the acquisition and availability of the Viktor Kholodkov Collection of Music Cover Designs. Both collections are located in the Prints & Photographs Division at the Library of Congress. The majority of the issues in the collection of 221 periodical titles date to the period of the first Russian

Harold M. Leich

2010-01-01

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A coupled neutronics/thermalhydraulics tool for calculating fluctuations in Pressurized Water Reactors  

E-print Network

Reactors Viktor Larsson , Christophe Demazière Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Nuclear in neutron flux, fuel temperature, moderator den- sity and flow velocity in Pressurized Water Reactors throughout the reactor core. The full spatial dependence is unfortunately impossible to obtain since western

Demazière, Christophe

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International Journal of Modern Physics D Vol. 20, No. 6 (2011) 10531078  

E-print Network

Physical Institute, Profsoyuznaya 84/32, Moscow, Russia d.novikov@imperial.ac.uk VIKTOR I. TURCHANINOV of Lebedev Physical Institute, Profsoyuznaya 84/32, Moscow, Russia dorr@asc.rssi.ru OLEG V. VERKHODANOV Special Astrophysical Observatory, Nizhnij Arkhyz, Karachaj-Cherkesia, 369167, Russia vo@sao.ru PAVEL D

Chiang, Lung-Yih

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The Life and Times of Victor Karlovich Della-Vos.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Viktor Karlovich Della-Vos is created as being the director and chief architect of Russian manual training. Born in 1829, Della-Vos received a degree in physical and mathematical sciences from Moscow University in 1853. He began his teaching career in 1854 as a teacher of Russian and eventually began teaching advanced mathematics in 1858. In 1860…

Schenck, John P.; And Others

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Cosmic balloons  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A team of French high-school students sent a weather balloon into the upper atmosphere to recreate Viktor Hess’s historical experiment that demonstrated the existence of ionizing radiation from the sky—later called cosmic radiation. This discovery earned him the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1936.

El Abed, Mohamed

2014-11-01

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Menippean Satire in Russian Postmodern Prose  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper examines the presence of Menippean satire in Russian postmodern prose. The works discussed include Anatolii Korolev's Golova Gogolja, Viktor Pelevin's Chapaev i Pustota, and Vasilii Aksenov's Vol'ter'iantsy i vol'ter'ianki. In accordance with the Bakhtinian model of classical Menippean satire, these works serve as a vehicle for the renewal of literary forms through a greater hybridization of generic conventions,

Nina Kolesnikoff

2008-01-01

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The Relationship Between Graduate Counseling Students’ Meaning in Life and Their Crisis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Viktor Frankl published Man’s Search for Meaning in 1946, documenting the horrors of the concentration camps. Based on his prison experience in the camps, Frankl (1984) believed that meaning in life could be found in suffering. The theoretical framework for this research study was based on Frankl’s theory of logotherapy, an extension of existentialism. In today’s society, we can find

Lorraine M Dinkel

2011-01-01

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Glancing behind virus load variation in HIV-1 infection  

E-print Network

, Huldrych F. Günthard 2 , Marek Fischer 2 and Viktor Müller1 1 Ecology & Evolution, ETH Zürich, ETH Zentrum NW, CH-8092 Zürich, Switzerland 2 Division of Infectious Diseases, University Hospital Zürich, CH-state. This steady-state is known as the viral set-point and is one of the most important predictors of disease

Bonhoeffer, Sebastian

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VOLUME 78, NUMBER 23 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 9 JUNE 1997 Cascading Fermi Resonances and the Soft Mode in Dense Ice  

E-print Network

VOLUME 78, NUMBER 23 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 9 JUNE 1997 Cascading Fermi Resonances and the Soft Mode in Dense Ice Viktor V. Struzhkin,* Alexander F. Goncharov, Russell J. Hemley of Washington, 5251 Broad Branch Road, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20015 (Received 11 March 1997) Synchrotron

Hemley, Russell J.

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Particle Astrophysics in NASA's Long Duration Balloon Program  

E-print Network

A century after Viktor Hess' discovery of cosmic rays, balloon flights still play a central role in the investigation of cosmic rays over nearly their entire spectrum. We report on the current status of NASA balloon program for particle astrophysics, with particular emphasis on the very successful Antarctic long-duration balloon program, and new developments in the progress toward ultra-long duration balloons.

Gorham, Peter W

2013-01-01

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The phylogenetic and geographic structure of Y-chromosome haplogroup R1a  

E-print Network

Kanbar5, Natalie M Myres6, Roy J King4, Julie Di Cristofaro7, Hovhannes Sahakyan3,8, Doron M Behar3 Bustamante1, Stephen R Quake5,20,21, Toomas Kivisild3,22 and Richard Villems3,23 R1a-M420 is one of the most

Quake, Stephen R.

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News and Views: A total solar eclipse over Rapa Nui; ESA's vision; International team wins first Ambartsumian Prize; Thinner thermosphere; ESA funds games; Team finds starspots  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Francisco Diego recorded spectacular images of the 11 July 2010 total solar eclipse from Rapa Nui (Easter Island), making the most of modern digital technology - much of which originated from astronomical research - in taking and processing the images. The European Space Agency has set out its priorities for the decade starting in 2015, in a report entitled Cosmic Vision. The first Viktor Ambartsumian International Prize, in memory of the distinguished Armenian theorist, goes to the team led by Prof. Michel Mayor of the Observatory of Geneva, for ``their important contribution in the study of relation between planetary systems and their host stars''.

2010-10-01

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Research on cholinesterases in the Soviet Union and Russia: a historical perspective.  

PubMed

Research on cholinesterases and effects of their inhibition in the USSR and Russia since 1930-1940s till present is exposed in historical aspects. The first physiological and toxicological effects of cholinesterase inhibition were reported by Alexander Ginetsinsky during World War II, when academic institutions were evacuated from Leningrad to Kazan. The main scientific schools that initiated research on chemistry, enzymology and physiology of cholinesterases and their inhibitors were leaded by Alexandr and Boris Arbuzovs, Victor Rozengart, Viktor Yakovlev, Michael Michelson, Martin Kabachnik, Mikhail Voronkov, Ivan Knunyants, Alexandr Bretskin and others. They investigated the main physiological effects of cholinesterase inhibitors, and analyzed the catalytic mechanisms of cholinesterases and related enzymes. Their contributions are landmarks in the history of cholinesterase research. At the present time revival of research on cholinesterases in different universities and institutes is vivid, in particular at the Moscow State University, research institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences and Kazan Scientific Center. PMID:23485591

Rozengart, Eugene V; Basova, Natalia E; Moralev, Serge N; Lushchekina, Sofya V; Masson, Patrick; Varfolomeev, Sergei D

2013-03-25

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Mutual Lewis Acid-Base Interactions of Cations and Anions in Ionic Liquids  

PubMed Central

Solute properties are known to be strongly influenced by solvent molecules due to solvation. This is due to mutual interaction as both the properties of the solute and of the solvent strongly depend on each other. The present paper is based on the idea that ionic liquids are cations solvated by anions and anions solvated by cations. To show this (in this system strongly pronounced) interaction the long time established donor–acceptor concept for solvents and ions in solution by Viktor Gutmann is extended to ionic liquids. A number of solvent parameters, such as the Kamlet–Abboud–Taft and the Dimroth–Reichardt ET scale for ionic liquids neglect this mutual influence, which, however, seems to be in fact necessary to get a proper description of ionic liquid properties. It is shown how strong such parameters vary when the influence of the counter ion is taken into account. Furthermore, acceptor and donor numbers for ionic liquids are presented. PMID:23180598

Holzweber, Markus; Lungwitz, Ralf; Doerfler, Denise; Spange, Stefan; Koel, Mihkel; Hutter, Herbert; Linert, Wolfgang

2013-01-01

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[The human being from the point of view of animals or, "Who knows whether the breath of men goes upwards?" (Ecclesiastes 3:21)].  

PubMed

The question of whether animals have souls has been asked since as early as the Old Testament. Where this is believed to be true, fiction has provided interesting models in literature: The human being as seen by animals has been a popular subject since Apuleius' 'Asinus aureus' and how man appears from the perspective of a donkey or a beetle, that is to say the perspective from below, becomes controversial. Examples may be found in all languages and centuries in Jonathan Swift, Miguel Cervantes, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Ludwig Tieck, Heinrich Heine, Viktor von Scheffel, Franz Kafka and others. Résumé at the end: How does man answer this question or his own self-questioning? PMID:10379104

Arendt, D

1999-05-01

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"Making strange": a role for the humanities in medical education.  

PubMed

Stories, film, drama, and art have been used in medical education to enhance empathy, perspective-taking, and openness to "otherness," and to stimulate reflection on self, others, and the world. Yet another, equally important function of the humanities and arts in the education of physicians is that of "making strange"-that is, portraying daily events, habits, practices, and people through literature and the arts in a way that disturbs and disrupts one's assumptions, perspectives, and ways of acting so that one sees the self, others, and the world anew. Tracing the development of this concept from Viktor Shklovsky's "enstrangement" (ostranenie) through Bertolt Brecht's "alienation effect," this essay describes the use of this technique to disrupt the "automaticity of thinking" in order to discover new ways of perceiving and being in the world.Enstrangement may be used in medical education in order to stimulate critical reflection and dialogue on assumptions, biases, and taken-for-granted societal conditions that may hinder the realization of a truly humanistic clinical practice. In addition to its ability to enhance one's critical understanding of medicine, the technique of "making strange" does something else: By disrupting fixed beliefs, this approach may allow a reexamination of patient-physician relationships in terms of human interactions and provide health care professionals an opportunity-an "open space"-to bear witness and engage with other individuals during challenging times. PMID:24751976

Kumagai, Arno K; Wear, Delese

2014-07-01

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A scramble for data on Arctic radioactive dumping  

SciTech Connect

On 15 August, a Russian research vessel, the Viktor Buynitskiy, will leave the Norwegian port of Kirkenes packed with surveying equipment and scientists. Its mission will be to check out one of the more alarming environmental stories that have drifted out of the former Soviet Union since its collapse last fall: a claim that the Arctic is being polluted by tons of radioactive waste spilled or dumped by the Soviet military. Since May, US officials have been searching for information to confirm or disprove the reports about Russian radiation. The basic concern, is as follows: Arctic waters - and, potentially, fisheries near Norway and Alaska - are in danger of being contaminated by radioactive isotopes leaking from two major sources. One is the area around Novaya Zemlya, an archipelago where the Soviets conducted bomb tests, scuttled submarines, and disposed of waste canisters. The other is freshwater runoff into the Arctic Ocean - including the Ob and Yenisey Rivers - carrying isotopes from weapons plants, waste ponds, and accident sites in Siberia.

Marshall, E.

1992-07-31

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Freedom and mystery: an intellectual history of Jaspers' General Psychopathology.  

PubMed

The Kantian idea of freedom was introduced to psychiatry methodologically by Karl Jaspers. It influenced the genesis and design of his doctrine of understanding, General Psychopathology, even more decisively than Nietzsche's topos of resentment did. This article places Jaspers' work in the framework of a history of ideas. It begins by pursuing Nietzsche's perspective in the context of Darwinism, then focuses on the role concealed resentment played for Jaspers' genealogical concept of understanding in the first (1913) edition of General Psychopathology, which is primarily oriented towards Max Weber, before examining the idea of Kantian freedom, which was to become crucial for Jaspers' later work. The antinomy of freedom already shapes the suicidology contained in Jaspers' Philosophy of 1931. The idea gains prominence in the final, philosophically grounded revision of GeneralPsychopathology published in 1941/1942. Jaspers' reception of Kantian idealism leads him to develop a concept of critical understanding that clearly distinguishes itself from speculative understanding, whose hazards Jaspers illustrates on the basis of Viktor von Weizsäcker's theory of medicine. This goes far beyond Kant, embracing Schelling and Hegel philosophically. As it were, Jaspers and von Weizsäcker represent critical and postcritical thought in psychopathology and psychosomatics. The epilogue sums up by placing the inquiry in the context of Jaspers' life and work. PMID:23942461

Bormuth, Matthias

2013-01-01

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Gravothermal Star Clusters - Theory and Computer Modelling  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In the George Darwin lecture, delivered to the British Royal Astronomical Society in 1960 by Viktor A. Ambartsumian he wrote on the evolution of stellar systems that it can be described by the "dynamic evolution of a gravitating gas" complemented by "a statistical description of the changes in the physical states of stars". This talk will show how this physical concept has inspired theoretical modeling of star clusters in the following decades up to the present day. The application of principles of thermodynamics shows, as Ambartsumian argued in his 1960 lecture, that there is no stable state of equilibrium of a gravitating star cluster. The trend to local thermodynamic equilibrium is always disturbed by escaping stars (Ambartsumian), as well as by gravothermal and gravogyro instabilities, as it was detected later. Here the state-of-the-art of modeling the evolution of dense stellar systems based on principles of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics (Fokker-Planck approximation) will be reviewed. Recent progress including rotation and internal correlations (primordial binaries) is presented. The models have also very successfully been used to study dense star clusters around massive black holes in galactic nuclei and even (in a few cases) relativistic supermassive dense objects in centres of galaxies (here again briefly touching one of the many research fields of V.A. Ambartsumian). For the modern present time of high-speed supercomputing, where we are tackling direct N-body simulations of star clusters, we will show that such direct modeling supports and proves the concept of the statistical models based on the Fokker-Planck theory, and that both theoretical concepts and direct computer simulations are necessary to support each other and make scientific progress in the study of star cluster evolution.

Spurzem, Rainer

2010-11-01

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100th anniversary of the Fourth International Congress of Thalassotherapy in Opatija.  

PubMed

The authors of the text have been particularly interested into the organization, the procedure,the accompanying activities as well as the themes covered at 4th International Congress of Thalassotherapy in Opatija in 1908. The Congress was organised by the then head of the thermal spa resort Professor Dr.Julius Glax. The official languages at the Congress were German, French, English, and also Italian and Croatian as the languages of the hosting country. Each lecturer had twenty minutes time to give a lecture or a co-lecture, ten minutes for papers and five for a follow-up discussion. The participants could make use of the information centre of the Congress, in the centre of Opatija, the whole day. Unofficially, the Congress started on 27th September 1908 with the introductory evening for all the participants in Adria Club. The Congress officially began on 28th September 1908 when all the participants gathered at the theatre hall of Hotel Stephanie. The lectures were presented in the morning. In the afternoon, the participants were taken to visit some exhibitions (e.g. the medical exhibition at Hotel Palace, the exhibition of the native Istrian-Dalmatian home crafts and antiquates and the painting exhibition at Vila Angiolina), a short sea voyage through the bay of Kvarner. On the last day of the Congress, the participants observed the sanitary conditions in Opatija (the water supply, the sewer system, litter incinerator, and quarantine for infectious illnesses), three sanatoriums, Zander's Institute, the rehabilitating-heart paths and the Archduke Ludwig-Viktor's indoor baths. The round-Opatija tour was followed by the concluding meeting and the conclusion of the Congress. The authors of this research have established that there are no important differences in the organization and realization of the congresses in the past and now. PMID:20102247

Fischinger, Ales; Fischinger, Dusa; Fischinger, Janez; Skrobonja, Ante

2008-01-01

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Up The Down Staircase  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The title of this presentation is taken from a well-known novel to emphasize that a renaissance in Soviet astronomy and space research took place after World War II under conditions of national tragedy. After a decade of political repression and war, the Soviet government had resolved that fundamental science should serve as a foundation for Communism, and this policy stimulated titanic new efforts that were intended to benefit Soviet science. Having been destroyed totally during the war, Pulkovo Observatory was rebuilt on its old foundation according to its original plan. The decision to rebuild Pulkovo can not be justified on scientific grounds, however, because of the proximity of a large city (Leningrad) and generally cloudy weather. Thus the rebuild- ing of Pulkovo in spite of the most difficult living conditions must be seen primarily as a great symbol. The Academy of Sciences of the Armenian Republic also was founded in the aftermath of World War II, and its president, Viktor Ambartsumian, introduced astronomy to Armenia with the construc- tion of Byurakan Observatory. (It is noteworthy that con- currently two leaders of republican academies were astronomers: Evgenii Kharadze, director of the Abastumani Observatory, in Georgia and Ambartsumian in Armenia.) In addition to Byurakan, several other large and well-equipped astronomical institutions were founded after the war--among them the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory and the Principal Astronomical Observatory of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences near Kiev. As a natural consequence of this institution-building, the General Assembly of the IAU held its 1958 meeting in Moscow. Indeed, this meeting was the first large international scientific event in the Soviet Union following Stalin's death. At the time of the Assembly the Soviet government declared, as a counterpart to the launch of the first sputnik, its ambitious program to build the largest optical telescope in the world.

Gurshtein, A. A.

1993-12-01

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Political and Economic Crisis in Russia  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This week's In the News examines the tumultuous state of affairs in Russia. The ten resources discussed offer background, news, analysis, and commentary. In recent weeks, political turmoil and economic chaos have severely threatened Russia's stability as an emerging free-market democracy, prompting regional governor and former general Alexander Lebed to say that "the situation in Russia is catastrophic--worse than in 1917." Russia's latest political upheaval began on August 23 when the unpredictable President Boris Yeltsin discharged his prime minister, Sergei Kiriyenko, and reinstalled the previous prime minister, Viktor Chernomyrdin (see the April 7, 1998 Scout Report for Social Sciences). Chernomyrdin plans to create an "economic dictatorship" in Russia and to print billions of rubles to avoid total economic collapse. Yesterday, in an approval ballot to reinstate Chernomyrdin as prime minister, the Duma rejected his appointment for the second time in two weeks. Analysts predict that next week a subsequent ballot for approval will fail, the Duma will dissolve, and Yeltsin will rule by decree, without a functioning government, until new parliamentary elections are held. Russian political dissension has been induced by the country's severe financial crisis. On September 6, the Russia economy suffered a blow when the European Union decided not to offer money to Russia and spurned a moratorium on debts Russia owes to EU members. Today in another setback, chairman of the central bank, Sergei Dubinin, tendered his resignation. These events, compounded by ruble devaluation, limited tax revenue, and skittish foreign investments, have left the economy in shambles, despite the recent receipt of an enormous loan from the International Monetary Fund (discussed in the July 16, 1998 Scout Report for Business & Economics).

Osmond, Andrew.

1998-01-01

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A history of normal plates, tables and stages in vertebrate embryology  

PubMed Central

Developmental biology is today unimaginable without the normal stages that define standard divisions of development. This history of normal stages, and the related normal plates and normal tables, shows how these standards have shaped and been shaped by disciplinary change in vertebrate embryology. The article highlights the Normal Plates of the Development of the Vertebrates edited by the German anatomist Franz Keibel (16 volumes, 1897–1938). These were a major response to problems in the relations between ontogeny and phylogeny that amounted in practical terms to a crisis in staging embryos, not just between, but (for some) also within species. Keibel’s design adapted a plate by Wilhelm His and tables by Albert Oppel in order to go beyond the already controversial comparative plates of the Darwinist propagandist Ernst Haeckel. The project responded to local pressures, including intense concern with individual variation, but recruited internationally and mapped an embryological empire. Though theoretically inconclusive, the plates became standard laboratory tools and forged a network within which the Institut International d’Embryologie (today the International Society of Developmental Biologists) was founded in 1911. After World War I, experimentalists, led by Ross Harrison and Viktor Hamburger, and human embryologists, especially George Streeter at the Carnegie Department of Embryology, transformed Keibel’s complex, bulky tomes to suit their own contrasting demands. In developmental biology after World War II, normal stages—reduced to a few journal pages—helped domesticate model organisms. Staging systems had emerged from discussions that questioned the very possibility of assigning an embryo to a stage. The historical issues resonate today as developmental biologists work to improve and extend stage series, to make results from different laboratories easier to compare and to take individual variation into account. PMID:17183461

HOPWOOD, NICK

2006-01-01

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Preface  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The JENAM symposium "Physics of Stars" took place on the 5th and 6th July of 2011 in Saint-Petersburg. This symposium had a wide-ranging look at observational and theoretical studies of stars and stellar systems. Several talks were devoted to accurate determination of fundamental stellar parameters, such as star's mass, radius, effective temperature, surface gravity, chemical composition. This is particularly crucial to fully exploit the data from the new generation of large ground-based telescopes and future space missions like the GAIA one. Viktor Orlov reported the measurements of stellar mass for a few multiple systems and also the investigation of their dynamical stability. To improve the determination of parameters of the components in an eclipsing binary system including a Wolf-Rayet star, Eleonora Antokhina and her co-workers updated their synthesis model by accounting for the absorption in the expanding stellar wind. The variable stars are excellent laboratories to study the physical processes either occurring at certain stages of stellar evolution or caused by the interaction of a star with its companion or circumstellar medium. Nikolay Samus reported the discovery of hundreds of new variable stars in their work on digitalization of the Moscow stacks of sky photographs. The exotic star VSX J052807.9+725606, with a very strong asymmetry of maxima, wavelength dependence of amplitude, and the shift of the secondary minimum from the phase 0.5, was discovered by Natalia Virnina. Michael E. Contadakis and his co-workers presented the additional observational evidences for weak transient optical oscillations of the red dwarf AD Leo. Spectral variability of the two massive luminous stars in the M33 galaxy was studied by Olga Maryeva. Alex Dudorov and Sergei Zamozdra and Alexander Grigoriev et al. discussed the theoretical and observational problems of star formation. Galina Dremova presented the numerical algorithm for computing the tidal torque constants for a given close eclipsing binary. Natalia Shakht and her co-workers reported the estimation of the central body mass for several globular clusters with the measured dispersion of stellar radial velocities.

Mashonkina, Lyudmila I.

2013-05-01

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Is aging a disease? A review of the Serono Symposia Workshop held under the auspices of the 3rd World Congress on the Aging Male. February 9, 2002, Berlin, Germany.  

PubMed

On February 9, 2002, Serono Symposia sponsored a workshop at The 3rd World Congress on The Aging Male that was held in Berlin, Germany at the Hotel Inter-Continental. The title of the workshop 'Is aging a disease?', was intended to convey recent interest in the subject of aging as a clinically relevant entity and to discuss causes and approaches to its management. The Workshop was co-chaired by Drs Viktor Büber and Richard F. Walker. Speakers included Drs George R. Merriam, Heinrich M. Schulte, Felice Strollo and Richard F. Walker. Topics were arranged to proceed from a general overview of fundamental aspects of the aging process and their clinical consequences to specific aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of age-related disorders that could be associated with neuroendocrine dysfunction. F. Strollo initiated the series of lectures by reviewing some of the biological theories of aging and suggesting that maladaptive changes within the central nervous and endocrine systems play a major role in contributing to the cascade of events defined as senescence. R. Walker expanded upon this background by differentiating aging and disease. He suggested that while the process of aging is not a disease, it is directly responsible for the development of functional decrements causal of the intrinsic disease, frailty and general morbidity that occur in direct relation to advancing chronological age. From this generalized approach of linking age and disease, G. Merriam discussed a specific example in which age-related decrements in neuroendocrine dysfunction could contribute, at least in part, to senescent changes in body composition and physiological function. Specifically, he provided evidence that the gradual decline in growth hormone (GH) and testosterone secretion during aging is accompanied by anatomical and functional changes resembling pathogenic hormone deficiency. He went on to discuss possible interventions into this process, specifically showing data to support the view that a combination of GH secretagogues and sex hormones may be of value in sustaining health and vitality in the elderly. As an extension of this discussion, H. M. Schulte compared and contrasted age changes in sex hormone secretion between genders, and also stressed that the diagnosis and management of endocrine changes during life has become a serious challenge to those physicians intending to intervene in the aging process. Because the relationship of reduced hormone secretion to disease in the elderly is presently unclear, the Workshop concluded on a note of caution that guidelines for the replacement of endocrine substances as a prophylactic approach to aging have yet to be defined. PMID:12471776

Walker, R F

2002-09-01

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PREFACE: 2nd Russia-Japan-USA Symposium on the Fundamental and Applied Problems of Terahertz Devices and Technologies (RJUS TeraTech - 2013)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The 2nd Russia-Japan-USA Symposium 'The Fundamental & Applied Problems of Terahertz Devices & Technologies' (RJUS TeraTech - 2013) Bauman Moscow State Technical University Moscow, Russia, 3-6 June, 2013 The 2nd Russia-Japan-USA Symposium 'The Fundamental & Applied Problems of Terahertz Devices & Technologies' (RJUS TeraTech - 2013) was held in Bauman Moscow State Technical University on 3-6 June 2013 and was devoted to modern problems of terahertz optical technologies. RJUS TeraTech 2013 was organized by Bauman Moscow State Technical University in cooperation with Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan) and University of Buffalo (The State University of New York, USA). The Symposium was supported by Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Moscow, Russia) and Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant number 13-08-06100-g). RJUS TeraTech - 2013 became a foundation for sharing and discussing modern and promising achievements in fundamental and applied problems of terahertz optical technologies, devices based on grapheme and grapheme strictures, condensed matter of different nature. Among participants of RJUS TeraTech - 2013, there were more than 100 researchers and students from different countries. This volume contains proceedings of the 2nd Russia-Japan-USA Symposium 'The Fundamental & Applied Problems of Terahertz Devices & Technologies'. Valeriy Karasik, Viktor Ryzhii and Stanislav Yurchenko Bauman Moscow State Technical University Symposium chair Anatoliy A Aleksandrov, Rector of BMSTU Symposium co-chair Valeriy E Karasik, Head of the Research and Educational Center 'PHOTONICS AND INFRARED TECHNOLOGY' (Russia) Invited Speakers Taiichi Otsuji, Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Akira Satou, Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Michael Shur, Electrical, Computer and System Engineering and Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY, USA Natasha Kirova, University Paris-Sud, France Andrei Sergeev, Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Buffalo, The State University of New Your, Buffalo, NY, USA Magnus Willander, Linkoping University (LIU), Department of Science and Technology, Linkopings, Sweden Dmitry R Khohlov, Physical Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia Vladimir L Vaks, Institute for Physics of Microstructures of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Karasik, Valeriy; Ryzhii, Viktor; Yurchenko, Stanislav

2014-03-01

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EDITORIAL: Message from the Editor Message from the Editor  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

As usual, being an even year, the 23rd IAEA Fusion Energy Conference took place at Daejeon, Korea. The event was notable not just for the quality of the presentations but also for the spectacular opening ceremony, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Kim Hwang-sik. The Prime Minister affirmed the importance of research into fusion energy research and pledged support for ITER. Such political visibility is good news, of course, but it brings with it the obligation to perform. Fortunately, good performance was much in evidence in the papers presented at the conference, of which a significant proportion contain 'ITER' in the title. Given this importance of ITER and the undertaking by the Nuclear Fusion journal to publish papers associated with Fusion Energy Conference presentations, the Nuclear Fusion Editorial Board has decided to adopt a simplified journal scope that encompasses technology papers more naturally. The scope is available from http://iopscience.iop.org/0029-5515/page/Journal%20information but is reproduced here for clarity: Nuclear Fusion publishes articles making significant advances to the field of controlled thermonuclear fusion. The journal scope includes: the production, heating and confinement of high temperature plasmas; the physical properties of such plasmas; the experimental or theoretical methods of exploring or explaining them; fusion reactor physics; reactor concepts; fusion technologies. The key to scope acceptability is now '....significant advances....' rather than any particular area of controlled thermonuclear fusion research. It is hoped that this will make scope decisions easier for the Nuclear Fusion office, the referees and the Editor.The Nuclear Fusion journal has continued to make an important contribution to the research programme and has maintained its position as the leading journal in the field. This is underlined by the fact that Nuclear Fusion has received an impact factor of 4.270, as listed in ISI's 2009 Science Citation Index. The journal depends entirely on its authors and referees and so I would like to thank them all for their work in 2010 and look forward to a continuing, successful collaboration in 2011. Refereeing The Nuclear Fusion editorial office understands how much effort is required of our referees. The Editorial Board decided that an expression of thanks to our most loyal referees is appropriate and so, since January 2005, we have been offering the top ten most active referees over the past year a personal subscription to Nuclear Fusion with electronic access for one year, free of charge. This year, two of the top referees have reviewed four or more manuscripts in the period November 2009 to November 2010 and provided particularly detailed advice to the authors. We have excluded our Board Members, Guest Editors of special editions and those referees who were already listed in the last four years. Guest Editors' work on papers submitted to their special issues is also excluded from consideration. The following people have been selected: Osamu Naito, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Naka, Japan Masahiro Kobayashi, National Institute for Fusion Science, Toki, Japan Duccio Testa, Lausanne Federal Polytechnic University, Switzerland Vladimir Pustovitov, Russian Research Centre, Kurchatov Insitute, Russia Christopher Holland, University of California at San Diego, USA Yuri Gribov, ITER International Organisation, Cadarache, France Eriko Jotaki, Kyushu University, Japan Sven Wiesen, Jülich Research Centre, Germany Viktor S. Marchenko, Ukraine National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine Richard Stephens, General Atomics, USA In addition, there is a group of several hundred referees who have helped us in the past year to maintain the high scientific standard of Nuclear Fusion. At the end of this issue we give the full list of all referees for 2010. Our thanks to them! Authors The winner of the 2010 Nuclear Fusion Award was J.E. Rice et al for the paper entitled 'Inter-machine comparison of intrinsic toroidal rotation in tokamaks' (2007 Nucl. Fusion 47 1618-24). The prize was awarde

Thomas, Paul

2011-01-01

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Bewehrte Betonbauteile unter Betriebsbedingungen: Forschungsbericht  

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Vorwort. Teil I: Rißbreiten (Gert König) 1 Ein mechanisches Modell zur Erhöhung der Vorhersagegenauigkeit über die Rißbreiten unter Betriebsbedingungen (Gert König und Michael Fischer). 1.1 Einleitung und Zielsetzung. 1.2 Versuchsprogramm. 1.3 Meßtechnik. 1.4 Belastung und Versuchsdurchführung. 1.5 Literatur. 2 Rißbreiten und Verformungszunahme vorgespannter Bauteile unter wiederholter Last - und Zwangbeanspruchung (Gert König und Michael Fischer). 2.1 Einleitung und Zielsetzung. 2.2 Versuchsprogramm. 2.3 Auswertung. 2.4 Ausblick. 2.5 Literatur. 3 Rißverhalten von Beton bei plötzlicher Abkühlung (Viktor Mechtcherine und Harald S. Müller). 3.1 Einleitung. 3.2 Experimentelle Untersuchungen. 3.3 Formulierung eines Stoffgesetzes für thermisch beanspruchten Beton. 3.4 Riß entwicklung in einer Betonplatte unter Temperaturschock. 3.5 Zusammenfassung. 3.6 Literatur. 4 Stahlfaserbeton unter Betriebsbedingungen bei Dauerbeanspruchung (Bo Soon Kang, Bernd Schnütgen und Friedhelm Stangenberg). 4.1 Einleitung. 4.2 Wirkung von Stahlfasern im Beton. 4.3 Versuchsprogramm. 4.4 Untersuchungen zum Verbundverhalten. 4.5 Untersuchungen zum Verhalten unter Biegebeanspruchung. 4.6 Theoretische Untersuchungen. 4.7 Literatur. 5 Experimentelle Untersuchungen an Stahlbeton-Zugkörpern unter wiederholter Belastung zur Ermittlung des versteifenden Einflusses der Mitwirkung des Betons zwischen den Rissen (Petra Seibel und Gerhard Mehlhorn). 5.1 Einleitung. 5.2 Ansatz zur Bestimmung der Mitwirkung des Betons zwischen den Rissen nach Eurocode 2, Model Code 90 und Günther. 5.3 Experimentelle Untersuchungen. 5.4 Ergebnisse. 5.5 Zusammenfassung. 5.6 Literatur. 6 Riß- und Verformungsverhalten von vorgefertigten Spannbetonträgern unter Betriebsbedingungen bei besonderer Berücksichtigung des Betonalters (Monika Maske, Heinz Meichsner und Lothar Schubert). 6.1 Einleitung. 6.2 Beschreibung der Fertigteilträger. 6.3 Belastungsversuche. 6.4 Ergebnisse. 6.5 Zusammenfassung. 6.6 Literatur. Teil II: Verbundfragen (Rolf Eligehausen). 1 Ein mechanisches Modell zur Beschreibung des Verbundverhaltens zwischen Stahl und Beton (Gert König, Nguyen V. Tue und Wolfgang Kurz). 1.1 Einleitung. 1.2 Beschreibung der Kraftübertragung zwischen Stahl und Beton. 1.3 Vorstellung des Modells. 1.4 Materialgesetze für die Berechnung der Verformung des Fachwerks. 1.5 Vergleich zwischen Versuch und Modell. 1.6 Zusammenfassung und Ausblick. 1.7 Literatur. 2 Verbund unter nicht ruhender Beanspruchung (Rainer Koch und György L. Balázs). 2.1 Übersicht über die durchgeführten Versuche. 2.2 Versuchkörper und Materialien. 2.3 Versuchseinrichtungen. 2.4 Versuche und Ergebnisse. 2.5 Zusammenfassung und Ausblick. 2.6 Literatur. 3 Trag- und Verformungsverhalten von Stahlbetontragwerken unter Betriebsbelastung (Thomas M. Sippel und Rolf Eligehausen). 3.1 Einleitung. 3.2 Allgemeines. 3.3 Rechenmodell und Materialmodelle. 3.4 Vergleich zwischen Versuchen und Rechnung. 3.5 Parameterstudien. 3.6 Vereinfachtes Rechenmodell. 3.7 Zusammenfassung. 3.8 Literatur. 4 Verbundverhalten von Spanngliedern mit nachträglichem Verbund unter Betriebsbedingungen (Josef Hegger, Norbert Will und Heiner Cordes). 4.1 Einführung. 4.2 Verbundverhalten von Spanngliedern. 4.3 Zeitabhängige Effekte des Verbunds. 4.4 Versuche unter statischer Langzeitbeanspruchung. 4.5 Versuche unter dynamischer Langzeitbeanspruchung. 4.6 Bemessungsvorschlag für Verbundkennwerte. 4.7 Zusammenfassung. 4.8 Literatur. 5 Spannungsumlagerungen in gemischt bewehrten Querschnitten (Josef Hegger, Heiner Cordes und Matthias Rudlof). 5.1 Problemstellung und Zielsetzung. 5.2 Spannungsumlagerungen bei gemischter Bewehrung. 5.3 Versuche an zentrischen Zugkörpern. 5.4 Versuchsergebnisse. 5.5 Ermittlung und Vergleich von Verbundkennwerten. 5.6 Zusammenfassung. 5.7 Literatur. Teil III: Bauteile (Karl Kordina). 1 Einfluß von Längsbeanspruchungen auf den Neigungswinkel der Schubrisse (Marek Los und Ulrich Quast). 1.1 Einleitung. 1.2 Ungerissener Zustand. 1.3 Gerissener Zustand. 1.4 FEM-Berechnungen. 1.5 Zusammenfassung. 1.6 L

Eligehausen, Rolf; Kordina, Karl; Schießl, Peter

2000-09-01

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Editorial  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The present issue of SERBIAN ASTRONOMICAL JOURNAL is the last one edited by the two of us. We resigned not because we were tired of our service to the astronomical community but due to the old tradition of the Belgrade Astronomical Observatory that its Director is automatically the Editor-in-Chief of its publications. We therefore gladly give the opportunity to the new Director, in charge since July 1st. 2002, to organize the publishing activity according to his conceptions. One of us (M.S.D.) was appointed Editor on January 1st. 1984 (from No. 135), becoming the Editor-in-Chief in 1987 (from No. 137). The other one (L.C.P.) is the Editor since 1994 (from No. 150). During this period the Bulletin de l'Observatoire Astronomique de Belgrade merged with the Publications of the Department of Astronomy, changing its name into Bulletin Astronomique de Belgrade from No. 145 in 1992, to finally become Serbian Astronomical Journal in 1998, from No. 157. Accordingly, of a "Bulletin" we made a "Journal". For example, in the period 1971-1984 (Nos. 125-134) in Bull. Obs. Astron. Belgrade, practically only the associates of the Belgade Observatory published their papers, save for a few individuals from the Belgrade University. We found within this period the name of one sole foreign astronomer - from the USSR - namely V. A. Fomin, among the authors. In the period 1985-2002 in the Serbian Astronomical Journal published their communications not only astronomers from Yugoslavia but also from Belgium, China, France, Italy, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, USA. Our authors from outside of Yugoslavia are: J. P. Anosova C. Beuyninx Cristina Blaga Paul A. Blaga Veronique Bommier N. M. Bronnikov Alberto Celino Pierre Cugnon D. R. Davis Henry Debehogne Veronique Dehant P. Farinella Alex Gaina R. I. Gumerov R. S. Izmailov V. B. Kapkov F. F. Khalikhevich S. A. Kilioner Tatiana R. Kirian N. G. Litkevich Evencio G. Mediavilla O. Mihai Andrea Milani Vasile Mioc Jose A. Munoz Viktor V. Orlov Paolo Paolicchi Paul Paquet Genadij I. Pinigin Sylvie Sahal-Brechot Dan Selaru N. D. Simonenko Eduardo Simonneau A. Shul'ga Magdalena Stavinschi Cristina Stoica T. I. Suchkova Emil Tatomir Svetlana A. Tolchelnikova-Muri V. I. Turenkov Margarita Yu. Volyanskaya A. Yu. Yacenko Vincento Zappala G. Zhen-Nian We are grateful to these authors for having chosen our journal, thereby conferring on the Serbian Astronomical Journal an international standing. This is also a suitable opportunity to thank the numerous referees who contributed to our Journal being better. During this period the referees officially registered (a number of them, mainly belonging to the editorial boards, remain unregistered) have been (in Brackets is the number of papers they reviewed): Trajko Angelov (11) Jelisaveta Arsenijevic (4) Olga Atanackovic-Vukmanovic (4) Milutin Blagojevic (1) Markyan S. Chubey (1) B. Ciric (2) Miodrag Dacic (2) Milan S. Dimitrijevic (43) Gojko Djurasevic (1) B. Djuric (1) Dragutin Djurovic (5) Stevica Djurovic (3) Petar Grujic (5) Slobodan Jankov (1) Zoran Knezevic (7) Nikola Konjevic (6) Vladimir Krsljanin (2) Aleksandar Kubicela (12) Mike Kuzmanoski (10) Jaroslav Labat (1) Jovan Lazovic (1) Ilija Lukacevic (5) Jovan Malisic (1) Milan Mijatov (1) Jelena Milogradov-Turin (2) Vladeta Milovanovic (6) Ljubisa Mitic (22) Radovan Mrkic (1) Ranko Muzijevic (4) Slobodan Ninkovic (30) Dragomir Olevic (3) Nada Pejovic (1) Georgije Popovic (18) Luka C. Popovic (12) Sofija Sadzakov (28) Jovan Simovljevic (7) Nicholas Spyrou (1) Bozidar Stanic (1) Miroljub Starcevic (1) S. Starcevic (1) Magdalena Stavinschi (1) Dragoljub Stefanovic (1) Dusan Saletic (9) Stevo Segan (1) Branislav Sevarlic (16) Djordje Teleki (10) Istvan Vince (42) Mirjana Vukicevic-Karabin (1) Vincento Zappala (1) Danilo Zulevic (2) In our register, in which M.S.D. began entering the submitted articles from January 1st, 1984, up to now, 455 of them are inscribed. A part of them has been published in Publications of the Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade, only 24 of them having been tur

Dimitrijevic, M. S.; Popovic, L. C.