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Title:Statistical methods in radiation physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): James Edward Turner
D.J. Downing
James S. Bogard
Date:2012
Publisher:Weinheim, Germany: Wiley VCH
Size:452 p.
Contents:The statistical nature of radiation, emission, and interaction -- Radioactive decay -- Sample space, events, and probability -- Probability distributions and transformations -- Discrete distributions -- Continuous distributions -- Parameter and interv al estimation -- Propagation of error -- Measuring radioactivity -- Statistical performance measures -- Instrument response -- Monte Carlo methods and applications in dosimetry -- Dose-response relationships and biological modeling -- Regression analysis -- Introduction to Bayesian analysis.
ISBN:9783527411078
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Keywords: Nuclear physics Statistical methods. , Ionizing radiation Mathematical models. , Nuclear medicine Mathematics.
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Title:Statistical methods for data analysis in particle physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Luca Lista
Date:2016
Publisher:Springer
Size:1 online resource (172 p)
ISBN:9783319201757
Series:eBooks
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics
Keywords: Nuclear physics, Statistical methods.
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Title:Data analysis in high energy physics a practical guide to statistical methods
Author(s): Olaf Behnke (ed.)
Date:2013
Publisher:Wiley
Size:electronic resource (419 pages)
ISBN:9783527410583
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Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) , Data processing
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Title:Analytical Methods for Nonproliferation
Author(s): Edward C Morse
Date:2016
Size:1 online resource (100 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-29731-6
Contents:Introduction -- Nuclear Proliferation -- The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism -- Interdiction of Nuclear Material -- 2. Nuclear Explosives -- History -- Device Physics -- Special Nuclear Material -- 3. Signatures and Background --
Simplified Transport Calculations -- The Radiation Background -- Problems -- 4. Detection Statistics -- Classical and Bayesian Statistics -- Counting Statistics -- Confusion Matrices -- Receiver Operating Characteristics -- Application
of Bayesian Statistical Methods -- Pulse Shape Discrimination as an Example of Binary Classification -- Problems -- 5. The Nuclear Fuel Cycle -- Mining and Chemical Processing of Uranium -- UF6 Conversion and Enrichment -- Post-Reactor
-- Conversion of Military Materials -- Waste Management -- Enrichment Technologies -- Reactors and Proliferation -- Problems -- 6. Nuclear Forensics -- Introduction -- Attribution Methods -- Analysis Tools -- Problems -- 7. Nuclear
Testing -- Introduction and History -- The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the International Monitoring System -- Radionuclide Monitoring -- Seismic Signals -- Hydroacoustic Monitoring -- Infrasonic Signatures -- Concluding Remarks
-- Problems -- 8. Active Interrogation -- Introduction -- Neutron Active Interrogation -- Photofission -- Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence -- Dose Considerations -- 9. Advanced Detection Technologies -- Introduction -- Advanced
Scintillator Materials -- Advanced Semiconductor Detectors -- Alternatives to 3HE -- Imaging Detectors -- Concluding Remarks -- Problems -- 10 -- Arms Control and Treaty Verification -- Introduction -- Neutron Multiplicity Counting --
Pu300, Pu600, and Pu900 Methods -- Neutron Imaging -- Neutrino Methods -- Concluding Remarks -- Problems -- 11. Public Policy and Proliferation -- Introduction -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) -- Nuclear
Nonproliferation Activities within the US Government -- Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) -- A The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons -- The Atomic Energy Act -- The Area under the ROC Curve for Gaussian Probability
Distributions -- Index.
ISBN:9783319297316
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear energy , Nuclear physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , System safety , Nuclear engineering , Materials science , Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Nuclear Energy , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Nuclear Engineering , Security Science and Technology , Particle and Nuclear Physics
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Title:Extreme States of Matter in Strong Interaction Physics [electronic resource] : An Introduction
Author(s): Helmut Satz
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The thermodynamics of strongly interacting matter has become a profound and challenging area of modern physics, both in theory and in experiment. Statistical quantum chromodynamics, through analytical as well as numerical studies,provides the main th eoretical tool, while in experiment, high-energy nuclear collisions are the key for extensive laboratory investigations. The field therefore straddles statistical, particle and nuclear physics, both conceptually andin the methods of investigation used. Th is course-tested primer addresses above all the many young scientists starting their scientific research in this field, providing them with a general, self-contained introduction thatemphasizes in particular the basic concepts and ideas, with the aim of e xplaining why we do what we do. To achieve this goal, the present text concentrates mainly on equilibrium thermodynamics: first, the fundamental ideas of stronginteraction thermodynamics are introduced and then the main concepts and methods used in the st udy of the physics of complex systems are summarized. Subsequently, simplified phenomenological pictures, leading to critical behavior inhadronic matter and to hadron-quark phase transitions are introduced, followed by elements of finite-temperature latti ce QCD leading to the important results obtained in computer simulation studies of the lattice approach. Next, therelation of the resulting critical behavior to symmetry breaking/restoration in QCD is clarified before the text turns to the study of the QC D phase diagram. The presentation of bulk equilibrium thermodynamics is completed by studyingthe properties of the quark-gluon plasma as new state of strongly interacting matter.The final chapters of the book are devoted to more specific topics which aris e when nuclear collisions are considered as a tool for the experimentalstudy of QCD thermodynamics
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Contents:The Analysis of Dense Matter
The Physics of Complex Systems
The Limits of Hadron Physics
From Hadrons to Quarks
Statistical Quantum Chromodyanamics
Broken Symmetries
The QCD Phase Diagram
The Quark
Gluon Plasma
The Little Bang
Probing the Quark
Gluon Plasma
The Fireball Paradigm
The Event Horizon of Color Confinement
Outlook
ISBN:9783642239083
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, 0075-8450 : v841
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Nuclear physics , Quantum theory
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Title:Computational Many-Particle Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): H Fehske
R Schneider
A Weie
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Complicated many-particle problems abound in nature and in research alike. Plasma physics, statistical physics and condensed matter physics, as primary examples, are all heavily dependent on efficient methods for solving suchproblems. Addressing grad uate students and young researchers, this book presents an overview and introduction to state-of-the-art numerical methods for studying interacting classical and quantum many-particle systems. A broad range oftechniques and algorithms are covered, and emp hasis is placed on their implementation on modern high-performance computers
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Contents:Molecular Dynamics
to Molecular Dynamics
Wigner Function Quantum Molecular Dynamics
Classical Monte Carlo
The Monte Carlo Method, an Introduction
Monte Carlo Methods in Classical Statistical Physics
The Monte Carlo Method for Particle Transport Problems
Kinetic Modelling
The Particle
in
Cell Method
Gyrokinetic and Gyrofluid Theory and Simulation of Magnetized Plasmas
Semiclassical Approaches
Boltzmann Transport in Condensed Matter
Semiclassical Description of Quantum Many
Particle Dynamics in Strong Laser Fields
Quantum Monte Carlo
World
line and Deter
ISBN:9783540746867
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, 0075-8450 : v739
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Mathematical physics , Nuclear physics
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Title:Design and Analysis of Simulation Experiments [electronic resource]
Author(s): Jack P.C Kleijnen
Date:2008
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:This is an advanced expository book on statistical methods for the Design and Analysis of Simulation Experiments (DASE). Though the book focuses on DASE for discrete-event simulation (such as queuing and inventory simulations),it also discusses DASE for deterministic simulation (such as engineering and physics simulations). The text presents both classic and modern statistical designs. Classic designs (e.g., fractional factorials) assume only a few factorswith a few values per factor. The resulting i nput/output data of the simulation experiment are analyzed through low-order polynomials, which are linear regression (meta)models. Modern designs allow many more factors, possible with manyvalues per factor. These designs include group screening (e.g., S equential Bifurcation, SB) and space filling designs (e.g., Latin Hypercube Sampling, LHS). The data resulting from these modern designs may be analyzed through low-orderpolynomials for group screening and various metamodel types (e.g., Kriging) for LHS. In this way, the book provides relatively simple solutions for the problem of which scenarios to simulate and how to analyze the resulting data. Thebook also includes methods for computationally expensive simulations. It discusses only those tactical issu es that are closely related to strategic issues i.e., the text briefly discusses run-length and variance reduction techniques.The leading textbooks on discrete-event simulation pay little attention to the strategic issues of simulation. The author has bee n working on strategic issues for approximately forty years, in various scientific disciples--such asoperations research, management science, industrial engineering, mathematical statistics, economics, nuclear engineering, computer science, and informatio n systems. The intended audience is comprised of researchers, graduate students,and mature practitioners in the simulation area. They are assumed to have a basic knowledge of simulation and mathematica
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Contents:Preface
Introduction
Black Box Metamodels
Low
Order Polynomial Regression
Metamodels and Designs: A Single Factor
Low
Order Polynomial Models and Designs: Multiple Factors
Low
Order Polynomial Models and Screening Designs: Hundreds of Factors
Kriging Metamodels
Latin Hypercube Sampling (LHS) and other Space
Filling Designs
Cross
Validation of Metamodels
Conclusions and Further Research
ISBN:9780387718132
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Series:International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, 0884-8289 : v111
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Distribution (Probability theory) , Mathematical statistics , Engineering design , Industrial engineering
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Title:Ageing and the Glass Transition [electronic resource]
Author(s): Malte Henkel
Michel Pleimling
Roland Sanctuary
Date:2007
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Understanding cooperative phenomena far from equilibrium is one of fascinating challenges of present-day many-body physics. Glassy behaviour and the physical ageing process of such materials are paradigmatic examples. The presentvolume, primarily int ended as introduction and reference for postgraduate students and nonspecialist researchers from related fields, collects six extensive lectures addressing selected experimental and theoretical issues in the fieldof glassy systems. Lecture 1 gives an intr oduction and overview of the time-dependent behaviour of magnetic spin glasses. Lecture 2 is devoted to an in-depth discussion on the nature of the thermal glass-transition in structuralglasses. Lecture 3 examines the glassy behaviour of granular systems. Lecture 4 gives a thorough introduction to the techniques and applications of Monte-Carlo simulations and the analysis of the resulting data through scaling methods.Lecture 5 introduces the zero-range-process concept as simple but subtle model to describ e a range of static and dynamic properties of glassy systems. Lecture 6 shows how familiar RG methods for equilibrium systems can be extended tosystems far from equilibrium
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Contents:Introduction
Ageing, Rejuvenation and Memory: the Example of Spin Glasses
About the Nature of the Structural Glass Transition: an Experimental Approach
Glassy Behaviours in a
Thermal Systems, the Case of Granular Media
Introduction to Simulation Techniques
From Urn Models to Zero
Range Processors: Statics and Dynamics
Field
Theory Approaches to Nonequlibrium Dynamics
ISBN:9783540696841
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics, 0075-8450 : v716
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Keywords: Statistical physics , Thermodynamics , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Crystals
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Title:Classical Methods of Statistics [electronic resource] : With Applications in Fusion-Oriented Plasma Physics
Author(s): Otto J.W.F Kardaun
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Classical Methods of Statistics is a blend of theory and practical statistical methods written for graduate students and researchers interested in applications to plasma physics and its experimental aspects. It can also fruitfullybe used by students majoring in probability theory and statistics. In the first part, the mathematical framework and some of the history of the subject are described. Many exercises help readers to understand the underlying concepts.In the second part, two case studies are p resented exemplifying discriminant analysis and multivariate profile analysis. The introductions of these case studies outline contextual magnetic plasma fusion research. In the third part, anoverview of statistical software is given and, in particular, S AS and S-PLUS are discussed. In the last chapter, several datasets with guided exercises, predominantly from the ASDEX Upgrade tokamak, are included and their physicalbackground is concisely described. The book concludes with a list of essential keyword t ranslations
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Contents:Elements of Probability Theory
Elements of Statistical Theory
Applied Linear Regression
Profile Analysis
Discriminant Analysis
Statistical Software
Annotated Plasma Physical Datasets
ISBN:9783540292883
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Keywords: Mathematical physics , Astrophysics , Particle acceleration , Nuclear fusion , Plasma (Ionized gases) , Statistics
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Title:Hyperfine Interactions (C) Proceedings of the International Conference on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect, (ICAME 2001) September 2–7, 2001, Oxford, U.K.
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (606 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0281-3
Contents:Excitation of the Nuclear Resonance in 61Ni at 67.4 keV by Synchrotron Radiation -- Multibeam Laser Selection of Nuclides for Gamma-Laser, Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Other Practice -- Baseline Investigation in Transmission Mössbauer
Spectroscopy using Resonance Detectors -- Perforated Diamond Anvils for Research at Very High Pressures -- Nuclear Excitation of 127Iodine using Synchrotron Radiation -- Multiple Mössbauer Spectra Data Acquisition with an In-situ
Cyclic Voltammetry System -- Sapphire X-ray Resonator -- Glass Dynamics and Scaling Behaviour under Pressure using Quasielastic Nuclear Forward Scattering -- Mechanically Assisted Nitridation in the Zr-Fe System -- Structural Study of
Fe-Cr-Co Alloys Obtained by Mechanical Alloying -- A Mössbauer Study of Nanocrystallisation under Continuous Heating Conditions -- Investigation of Eu3+ Site Occupancy and Eu-O Covalency in Nanocrystalline Y2O3 by Mössbauer
Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Studies of the Tetravalent Doped Magnetite -- Mössbauer Spectra of Iron Fine Particles by Computer Simulation -- Structure and Magnetic Properties of the Fe(Co,Ni)ZrB Systems Prepared by the Rapid Quenching
and Mechanical Alloying Methods -- Mössbauer and Electrical Properties of Sulfur Doped Basalt Glass -- 129I-Mössbauer Study of Iodine-Doped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes -- 197Au Mössbauer Study of Au Nano-Particles -- Mössbauer Study
of Sm2Fe17?xSix -- Charge State of Rare Earth Ions and Glass Transition in the Glassy Al85Ni10R5 Alloys -- Magnetic Interactions between Nanoparticles of Different Materials -- Synthesis and Magnetic Properties of Magnesium-Doped
Li0.5Fe2.5O4 Nanocrystalline Particles -- Crystallization Process of ?-Fe/Nd2Fe14B Type Nanocomposite Magnet Alloys -- Mössbauer and Small Polaron Hopping Conduction Studies of Alkali Borogermanate Glasses Containing Iron -- Mössbauer
Studies of Nanosize MnFe2O4 Particles -- Advanced Double Coated Metal Particle Tapes Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Magnetic Measurements -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy on Ferromagnetic Fe2VAl -- Cems Study of 57Fe Implanted in
Diamond -- Phonon Density of States of FeNi-Invar Determined by Nuclear Inelastic Scattering -- Spin Reorientation in HoCo12B6 -- On the Magnetic Reordering of R6Fe13X Intermetallic Compounds: (R = Pr and Nd X = Si, Ge and Sn) --
Mössbauer Hyperfine Parameters of Fe-Al Alloys -- Iron Valence in Double Perovskites -- A Study of the Spin Dynamics and Mössbauer Relaxation in Sr2FeRuO6 by Monte Carlo Analysis -- Dynamics of Fe Cations in an H2SO4 Solution by
Nuclear Resonant Quasielastic Scattering -- 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopy of the Filled Skutterdite-Type Compound EuRu4P12 -- Mössbauer Study of Ni-Zn Ferrites Obtained by the Self-Propagated Method -- 57Fe Mössbauer Study of Novel
Series of Intermetallic Compounds R3(Fe1?xCox)29?yTy (R = Nd, Tb, Dy T = Ti, V) -- Crystallization and Anisotropic Hyperfine Field Fluctuation in Double Perovskite A2FeMoO6 (A = Ba, Sr, Ca) -- Mössbauer Study and Electron Transport
Properties in Co0.1Fe0.9Cr2S4 -- Electronic Properties of CuFeS2 under Pressure Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Defects and Disorder in Magnetosensitive Double Perovskite A2FeMoO6 (A = Sr, Ba) -- 170Yb Mössbauer Study of Magnetic
Ordering in Yb2Cu2O5 -- Mössbauer Study of Ba Doped Cubic Perovskite SrFeO3 -- Mössbauer and XRD Study of (Zn, Cd)xCo1?xFe2?xAlxO4 Spinel Ferrites -- Change of the Nuclear Charge Radius for the 197Au Mössbauer Resonance -- The
Magnetism of FeOCl Revisited: Observation of Low Field Spin-Flop Behavior for the Polycrystalline Form -- High Field Mössbauer Investigations of CoGa2?xFexO4 Spinels -- 57Fe Mössbauer Studies on BaFe2X3 Compounds with X = S, Se --
Mössbauer Analysis of 57Fe Substituted for Cu in 1212-Phase (Pb,Cu)Sr2(Y,Ca)Cu2Oz Superconductor -- Influence of the Statistical Fluctuation of Fe2+ Localization Upon the Tilt of Fe2+ Spin in FexNl1?xCl2 -- Evidence of Intermediate
Magnetic States in Non-Stochiometric Hematite -- Mössbauer and Magnetic Evidence for Spin Frustration in Hetero-Trinuclear Clusters -- 119Sn Mössbauer Study of the Giant Magnetocaloric Compound: Gd5Sn4 -- The Magnetic Structure of
Doped Gamma Iron Oxide -- Mössbauer and Neutron Diffraction Studies on the Magnetic Phase Transition in Antiferromagnetic FePt0.5Ir0.5 Alloy -- High-Pressure Mössbauer Study of Perovskite Iron Oxides -- Aph Induced Red Cell Oxidation
in Healthy Persons -- Structural Relaxation from X-ray Irradiated Metastable HbMET Investigated by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Potassium Ascorbate as Protective Agent in the Oxidation of the Red Blood Cells -- Dynamic Phenomena in Deoxy-
and Oxymyoglobin Investigated by Nuclear Resonant Forward Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation -- Characterization of Cytochrome c-552 from Nitrosomonas Europaea with EPR and Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- How a Blood Sucking Insect Gets its
Meal: The Ferriheme Proteins Nitrophorin 2 and 4 Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- A Study on Red Blood Cells of the Patients with Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease -- A High Pressure Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of [57FeOEPCl] --
In-Situ57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigation of the Thermal Treatment of Metal-Doped Fe3O4 -- Nuclear Resonant Forward Scattering using Synchrotron Radiation Applied to the Low-Spin Ferriheme Complex [TPPFe(NH2PzH)2]Cl -- 57Fe
Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigation of Cobalt-Substituted Lanthanum Orthoferrites -- X-Ray and Mössbauer Study of Mixed Potassium-Sodium Ferrate (VI) -- Mössbauer Studies of Bonding and Tin(II) Sublattice Softening in the Highly
Unusual Doubly Disordered Ba1?xSnxCh1+yF1?y Solid Solution -- A Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of Self-Passivation in Tin(II) Chloride Fluorides: The Special Case of the Ba1?xSnxCl1+xF1?y Solid Solution -- Variation in Spin Direction
Observed for Oxalate-Bridged Mn(II)-Fe(III) Systems -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study on xFe2O3 · (40?x)Na2O · 60P2O5 (x = 5, 20, 30) Glasses at Low Temperature -- Synthesis and 57Fe and 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopic Studies of New
Lanthanoid-Iron Complexes -- In-Beam Mössbauer Study of 57Fe Species Arising from 57Mn Implanted into KMnO4 -- 151Eu Mössbauer Spectroscopic and XRD Study on Some Fluorite-Type Solid Solution Systems, EuyM1?yO2?y/2 (M = Zr, Hf, Ce) --
Study on Porphyrin Complex Ligated with Azaferrocene Derivatives -- Characterization of Heavy Metal Waste Glass by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Heterobimetallic [2-(Dimethylaminomethyl)-Ferrocenyl] Derivatives Investigated with Elements
of the Fourth Maingroup -- Mössbauer Studies of Fe(II)-Nitrosyl Porphyrin Model Compounds -- Antimony-121 Mössbauer Spectra for Crown Ether Complexes of Antimony(III) Trihalides, SbX3 (crown) -- Variable Temperature 57Fe Mössbauer
Spectroscopic Studies on Ferrocenyl “Push-Pull” Molecules -- The Ca Binding to the Hull of Nixtamalized Corn Grains as Detected by 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Related Techniques -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of Iron-Containing
Sodium Borosilicate Glasses -- Investigation of the Fe3+ Luminescence in LiAlO2 Phosphors Activated with Iron -- Nickel- and Cobalt-Doped Magnetite as Catalysts on the Oxidation of CO -- Hydrogenation of HoFe2 -- Metal-Tellurium Bonds
in 3D-Transition Metal Ditellurides -- Preparation and Europium-151 Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Ca1?xEuxAl12O19 -- Spin Crossover in Fe(II) Molecular Compounds — Mössbauer and ?SR Investigations -- Investigation Into the Microstructure
of Iron-Chromium Oxyhydroxide Fine Particles -- Mössbauer Spectral Study of Two Layered Honeycomb Molecular Magnets: PPh4FeIIFeIII(ox)3 and NBu4FeIIFeIII(ox)3 -- Mössbauer Studies on the Metallic Phases of Al Kidirate and New Halfa
Meteorites -- 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopic Investigation of Some Coals of Geographically Different Provenance and their Fly Ashes -- The Aging Process in Ceramics -- Chemical Dynamics of Fe Compounds in Brazilian Mangrove Sediments
Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Spectrmetry to Study Diagenetical Processes of Red Beds and Sand Dikes in the Vallès-Penedès Half Graben -- Mössbauer Investigation of Biologically-Induced Mineralization Processes -- Two
Magnetic Transitions at Lower Temperature in (Fe1?xMex)2SiS4-Thioolivines, Me = Mg or Mn -- A Mössbauer Study of Meteorites — A Possible Criterion to Identify Meteorites from the Same Parent Body? -- Mössbauer Study of Brazilian
Emeralds -- Key Role of the Kinetics of ?-FeOOH Bioreduction on the Formation of Fe(II-III) Minerals -- Mössbauer Spectra of Circumstellar Silicate Dust Analogs Used as a Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst -- Rock Paintings Fron Minas Gerais,
Brazil Investigated by In-Situ Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Trends in Atmospheric Iron Measured by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Energetic Heavy Iron Radiation Effect in Brazilian Emeralds -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study on Characterization
of Iron in the Permian to Triassic Deep Sea Chert from Japan -- Iron Mineral Modifications in the Sand Fraction of a Subtropical Soil from Argentina -- Mössbauer and X-Ray Diffraction Study of Mackinawite FeS1?x Air Oxidation --
Characterization of Iron Sulphides from Ore Mining Projects -- Magnetic Characterization of Sediments of Urban Supply Lakes in São Paulo, Brazil -- Mössbauer Investigation on Ti-Garnets from Different Geological Environments --
Mössbauer Study of Iron Sulfide Crystallization Processes -- Fe-Ni Metal Structures of Mesosiderites Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Weathering of Volcanic Material from Perhumid Costa Rica Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy, INAA
and XRD -- The Leaching of A Sulphide Ore — A Mössbauer and SEM Perspective -- Sicán Kilns and Furnaces: Field Firings and Archaeometric Studies -- 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Coal with Different Caloric Values -- Study of
Oxide-Support Interactions in Silica-Supported Iron Oxide Precursors -- On-Line and In-Situ Identification of Air Pollution -- Cems Study of Corrosion Pr
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Condensed matter , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Inorganic Chemistry , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Title:Historical and Biographical Reflections and Syntheses
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (536 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-07791-7
Contents:Historical and Biographical Reflections and Syntheses -- Historical and Biographical Reflections and Syntheses -- Autobiographical Essays and Interviews -- A Physicist Looks at the Soul -- The Scientist and Society -- Changes in
Physics During My Time in Princeton and Plans for the Future in Retirement -- A Conversation with Eugene Wigner by J. Walsh -- (in Honor of Marcos Moshinsky) -- Recollections and Expectations -- An Interview with Eugene Paul. Wigner by
I. Kardos -- The Citation: Eugene Paul Wigner -- Response to Citation by James R. Killian Jr. -- Biographical Sketches -- Enrico Fermi -- New Editor of “Reviews of Modern Physics”: E. U. Condon -- The Scientific Work of John von
Neumann -- John von Neumann -- Biographical Notice of Maria Goeppert Mayer -- An Appreciation on the 60th Birthday of Edward Teller -- Leo Szilard -- Obituary: Maria Goeppert Mayer -- Obituary: Werner K. Heisenberg -- Obituary: Michael
Polanyi -- Michael Polanyi -- Obituary: Eugene Feenberg -- The Wigner Medal: A Tribute to Valentine Bargmann -- Concluding Remarks -- Einstein — A Memoir -- Erinnerungen an Albert Einstein -- Thirty Years of Knowing Einstein --
Biography of John von Neumann -- Celebration of the 80th Year of Paul Harteck -- Address Delivered to the Memorial Meeting [for Paul Dirac] in Tallahassee -- New Light on Einstein Letter -- Remembering Paul Dirac -- Science -- Roots of
the Atomic Age -- On the Fermi, ?-Disintegration Theory -- The Role of Mathematical Methods in Physical Theories -- The International Oxford Conference on Nuclear Physics -- Convocation Address at the University of Alberta -- Pure and
Applied Nuclear Physics in East and West -- Conference on Invariance Mexico City, July 20–August 30, 1959 -- Review of the Second Gatlinburg Conference on Reactions Between Complex Nuclei -- Union of the German Physical Societies:
Report of Annual Meeting -- The Scientist: His Increased Responsibilities -- Fermi Award: AEC Honors Teller for Contributions to Nuclear Science -- Science: The New Particles and Their Radiations -- The Impact of Success on Science --
The Roles of Primitive Knowledge, of Language, and of Mathematics in the Physicsal Sciences -- E. P. Wigner’s Comments at the Roundtable Discussion at the Conference on Nuclear Cross Sections and Technology -- The Unity of Science --
The Unity of Science: Closing Summary -- The Scope and Promise of Science -- Methods -- Mathematical Physics -- The Physical Sciences -- The Physical Sciences: Committee Chairman’s Summary -- The Future Vocation of Science -- The
Future of Science — What One Can Hope For -- The Neutron: The Impact of Its Discovery and Its Uses -- On Science and Its Evolution -- Reflections on the Role and Purpose of Science -- The Miracle of Science -- Science, Its Future and
Purpose -- Science and Society -- Reflections on the Atomic Bomb -- Science in Two Worlds: Its Accomplishments and Aims -- Ethics in the Relationship Between Science and Society -- Science and Society -- Science and Technology for
Affluence and Satisfaction -- Book Reviews -- Review of “Kinematic Relativity: A Sequel to Relativity, Gravitation, and World Structure” -- Review of “Theoretical Nuclear Physics” -- Review of “Handbuch der Physik, Vol. 1: Mathematical
Methods” -- Review of “Proceedings of the Rehovoth Conference on Nuclear Structure” -- Review of “Elements de Physique Nucléaire” -- Review of “Fast Reactor Cross Sections” -- Review of “American Scientists and Nuclear Weapons Polic y”
-- Review of “The Inspiration of Science” -- Review of “Nuclear Shell Theory” -- Review of “The Quantum Theory of Fields. Proceedings of the 1961 Solvay Conference” -- Review of “Internal Factors in Evolution” -- Review of “Theory of
Groups in Classical and Quantum Physics, Vol. I: Mathematical Structures and the Foundations of Quantum Theory” -- Review of “Of Molecules and Men” -- Review of “The Role of Mathematics in the Rise of Science” -- Review of “Nuclear War
and Nuclear Peace” -- Review of “Formulas and Theorems for the Special Functions of Mathematical Physics” -- Review of “Random Matrices and the Statistical Theory of Energy Levels” -- Review of “Reflections on Big Science” -- Review of
“Relaxation in Shock Waves” -- Review of “Annual Review of Nuclear Science” -- Review of “Symmetry Discovered: Concepts and Applications in Nature and Science” -- Review of “The Advisors — Oppenheimer, Teller, and the Superbomb” --
Review of “Albert Einsein, The Human Side: New Glimpses from His Archives” -- Review of “A Perspective of Physics”
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Keywords: Physics , Philosophy , Mathematics , Philology , Linguistics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Language and Literature , Physics, general , Philosophy, general , Mathematics, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-1997-9789401156288:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Modern Mathematical Models of Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology Proceedings of the International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 11–13 April, 1996
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (396 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5628-8
Contents:Day 1 Sessions 1–3 -- Session 1. The Redshift -- The pair of X-ray sources across NGC 4258, its relation to intrinsic redshifts, ejection and quantization -- A fresh look at discordant redshift galaxies in compact groups -- Evidence
for quantized and variable redshifts in the cosmic background rest frame -- Testing for quantized redshifts. I. The project -- The distribution of galaxy pair redshifts -- Session 2. Critical Properties of the Universe -- Density
fluctuations on super-Hubble scales -- The challenge of large-scale structure -- Electric space: evolution of the plasma universe -- Gamma-ray bursts: should cosmologists care? -- Session 3. Statistical Methods -- Testing for quantized
redshifts. II. The local supercluster -- Power spectrum analysis and redshift data -- Statistical analysis of the occurrence of periodicities in galaxy redshift data -- Zooming in on the redshift problem -- Day 2 Sessions 4–5 --
Session 4. New Approaches to Cosmology -- Two universes -- Anomalous redshifts and the variable mass hypothesis -- Three-dimensional quantized time in cosmology -- Session 5. Gravitation and Time in General Relativity -- The
stress-energy tensor and the deflection of light in 6-dimensional general relativity -- Einstein’s greatest mistake? -- Time, space and complex geometry -- Discrete spatial scales in a fractal universe -- Possible new properties of
gravity -- On the cosmic limits of physical laws -- Changes in concepts of time from Aristotle to Einstein -- On the transmutation and annihilation of pencil-generated spacetime dimensions -- Day 3 Sessions 6–7 -- Session 6. Nuclear
and Particle Physics -- Particles, space and time -- Time anisotropy and quantum measurement: Clues for transcending the geometrical picture of time -- 3-D Period doubling and magnetic moments of particles -- Relics of the primordial
origins of space and time in the low energy world -- Unexplained empirical relations among certain scatterings -- Spherical rotation, particles and cosmology -- Session 7. Mathematical Models and Methods -- A Non-linear model for time
-- Defining spacetime -- Some elementary geometric aspects of extending the dimension of the space of instants -- Fisher information as a measure of time
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Keywords: Physics , Geometry , Gravitation , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Cosmology , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Statistics , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Statistics, general , Geometry
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Title:New Tools in Turbulence Modelling Les Houches School, May 21–31, 1996
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (298 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-08975-0
Contents:Lecture 1 Recent approaches in large-eddy simulations of turbulence -- Lecture 2 Large eddy simulation: an introduction and perspective -- Lecture 3 Large-eddy simulation and statistical turbulence models: complementary approaches --
Lecture 4 Modeling compressibility effects on turbulence -- Lecture 5 Reynolds averaged and large eddy simulation modeling for turbulent combustion -- Lecture 6 Modeling tools for flow noise and sound propagation through turbulence --
Lecture 7 Vortices in compressible LES and non-trivial geometries -- Lecture 8 LES-DNS: The aeronautical and defense point of view -- lecture 9 Turbulence modeling in aeronautical flows -- Lecture 10 Fluid instabilities in inertial
confinement fusion -- Lecture 11 Large eddy simulations in nuclear reactors thermal-hydraulics -- Lecture 12 Coherent vortices in rotating flows -- Lecture 13 Large-eddy simulation of air pollution dispersion: a review -- Lecture 14
Numerical simulations of compressible convection -- Lecture 15 Dynamical evolution of the turbulent interstellar medium at the kiloparsec scale
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Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Fluids , Acoustics , Mechanics , Mechanics, Applied , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Acoustics , Theoretical and Applied Mechanics , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Title:Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods Cambridge, England, 1994 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Workshop on Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (323 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0107-0
Contents:Applications -- Flow and diffusion images from Bayesian spectral analysis of motion-encoded NMR data -- Bayesian estimation of MR images from incomplete raw data -- Quantified maximum entropy and biological EPR spectra -- The vital
importance of prior information for the decomposition of ion scattering spectroscopy data -- Bayesian consideration of the tomography problem -- Using MaxEnt to determine nuclear level densities -- A fresh look at model selection in
inverse scattering -- The maximum entropy method in small-angle scattering -- Maximum entropy multi-resolution EM tomography by adaptive subdivision -- High resolution image construction from IRAS survey — parallelization and artifact
suppression -- Maximum entropy performance analysis of spread-spectrum multiple-access communications -- Noise analysis in optical fibre sensing: A study using the maximum entropy method -- Algorithms -- AutoClass — a Bayesian approach
to classification -- Evolution reviews of BayesCalc, a MATHEMATICA package for doing Bayesian calculations -- Bayesian inference for basis function selection in nonlinear system identification using genetic algorithms -- The meaning of
the word “Probability” -- The hard truth -- Are the samples doped — If so, how much? -- Confidence intervals from one observation -- Hypothesis refinement -- Bayesian density estimation -- Scale-invariant Markov models for Bayesian
inversion of linear inverse problems -- Foundations: Indifference, independence and MaxEnt -- The maximum entropy on the mean method, noise and sensitivity -- The maximum entropy algorithm applied to the two-dimensional random packing
problem -- Neural Networks -- Bayesian comparison of models for images -- Interpolation models with multiple hyperparameters -- Density networks and their application to protein modelling -- The cluster expansion: A hierarchical
density model -- The partitioned mixture distribution: Multiple overlapping density models -- Physics -- Generating functional for the BBGKY hierarchy and the N-identical-body problem -- Entropies for continua: Fluids and magnetofluids
-- A logical foundation for real thermodynamics
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Keywords: Mathematics , Analytical chemistry , Probabilities , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Statistics , Mathematics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Analytical Chemistry , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien
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Title:Environmental Studies Mathematical, Computational, and Statistical Analysis
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (93 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-8492-2
Contents:Random porous media flow on large 3-D grids: Numerics, performance, and application to homogenization -- Modeling transport phenomena in porous media -- Modelling of compositional flow in naturally fractured reservoirs -- A
particle-grid air quality modeling approach -- On the equilibrium equations of poro-elasticity -- Eulerian-Lagrangian localized adjoint methods for reactive transport in groundwater -- Stochastic modeling of rainfall -- Incorporating
model uncertainty into spatial predictions -- Models for flow and transport through porous Media derived by homogenization -- Global surface temperature changes since the 1850s -- A multicomponent self-similar characterization of
rainfall fluctuations -- Estimation of kinetic rate coefficients for 2,4-D biodegradation during transport in soil columns -- Modeling in nuclear waste isolation: Approximate solutions for flow in unsaturated porous media -- Similarity
solutions for gravity-dominated spreading of a lens of organic contaminant -- Application of optimal data assimilation techniques in oceanography -- Mathematical physics of infiltration on flat and sloping topography -- A note
concerning multivariate total positivity on the simplex -- Spatial analysis for environmental studies -- On diagonalization of coupled hydrologic transport and geochemical reaction equations
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Keywords: Statistics , Statistics , Statistics, general
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Title:Fuzzy Logic Foundations and Industrial Applications
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (330 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-1441-7
Contents:1: Fuzzy Logic Foundations -- 1 A Unified View of Case Based Reasoning and Fuzzy Modeling -- 2 Open-Mindedness and Probabilities Versus Possibilities -- 3 Fuzzy Derivatives and Fuzzy Cauchy Problems Using Lp Metric -- 4 On The
Classification and the Dependencies of the Ordering Methods -- 2: Fuzzy Logic Systems -- 5 Possibility Model and its Applications -- 6 Interactive Fuzzy Programming For Multiobjective 0-1 Programming Problems Through Genetic Algorithms
With Double Strings -- 7 The Handling Of Fuzzy Objective Functions In (Multicriteria) Linear Programs -- 8 Making Decisions On Fuzzy Integer Linear Programming Problems -- 9 Information Diffusion Principle And Application In Fuzzy
Neuron -- 3: Fuzzy Logic Industrial Applications -- 10 Some Application Examples of Fuzzy set Theory -- 11 Recent Successful Fuzzy Logic Applications In Industrial Automation -- 12 Fips—Foundations Of A New Tool For Process Control
Problems -- 13 Industrial Applications Of Fuzzy Logic And Neural Networks In China -- 14 The Potential Of Fuzzy Logic Applications In Industry -- 15 Fuzzy Logic Applications In Nuclear Industry
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Keywords: Mathematics , Operations research , Decision making , Artificial intelligence , Mathematical logic , Discrete mathematics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Mathematics , Mathematical Logic and Foundations , Discrete Mathematics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
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Title:Techniques for Nuclear and Particle Physics Experiments A How-to Approach
Author(s): William R Leo
Date:1994
Edition:Second Revised Edition
Size:1 online resource (382 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-57920-2
Contents:1. Basic Nuclear Processes in Radioactive Sources -- 1.1 Nuclear Level Diagrams -- 1.2 Alpha Decay -- 1.3 Beta Decay -- 1.4 Electron Capture (EC) -- 1.5 Gamma Emission -- 1.5.1 Isomeric States -- 1.6 Annihilation Radiation -- 1.7
Internal Conversion -- 1.8 Auger Electrons -- 1.9 Neutron Sources -- 1.9.1 Spontaneous Fission -- 1.9.2 Nuclear Reactions -- 1.10 Source Activity Units -- 1.11 The Radioactive Decay Law -- 1.11.1 Fluctuations in Radioactive Decay --
1.11.2 Radioactive Decay Chains -- 1.11.3 Radioisotope Production by Irradiation -- 2. Passage of Radiation Through Matter -- 2.1 Preliminary Notions and Definitions -- 2.1.1 The Cross Section -- 2.1.2 Interaction Probability in a
Distance x. Mean Free Path -- 2.1.3 Surface Density Units -- 2.2 Energy Loss of Heavy Charged Particles by Atomic Collisions -- 2.2.1 Bohr’s Calculation — The Classical Case -- 2.2.2 The Bethe-Bloch Formula -- 2.2.3 Energy Dependence
-- 2.2.4 Scaling Laws for dE/dx -- 2.2.5 Mass Stopping Power -- 2.2.6 dE/dx for Mixtures and Compounds -- 2.2.7 Limitations of the Bethe-Bloch Formula and Other Effects -- 2.2.8 Channeling -- 2.2.9 Range -- 2.3 Cherenkov Radiation --
2.4 Energy Loss of Electrons and Positrons -- 2.4.1 Collision Loss -- 2.4.2 Energy Loss by Radiation: Bremsstrahlung -- 2.4.3 Electron-Electron Bremsstrahlung -- 2.4.4 Critical Energy -- 2.4.5 Radiation Length -- 2.4.6 Range of
Electrons -- 2.4.7 The Absorption of ? Electrons -- 2.5 Multiple Coulomb Scattering -- 2.5.1 Multiple Scattering in the Gaussian Approximation -- 2.5.2 Backscattering of Low-Energy Electrons -- 2.6 Energy Straggling: The Energy Loss
Distribution -- 2.6.1 Thick Absorbers: The Gaussian Limit -- 2.6.2 Very Thick Absorbers -- 2.6.3 Thin Absorbers: The Landau and Vavilov Theories -- 2.7 The Interaction of Photons -- 2.7.1 Photoelectric Effect -- 2.7.2 Compton
Scattering -- 2.7.3 Pair Production -- 2.7.4 Electron-Photon Showers -- 2.7.5 The Total Absorption Coefficient and Photon Attenuation -- 2.8 The Interaction of Neutrons -- 2.8.1 Slowing Down of Neutrons. Moderation -- 3. Radiation
Protection. Biological Effects of Radiation -- 3.1 Dosimetric Units -- 3.1.1 The Roentgen -- 3.1.2 Absorbed Dose -- 3.1.3 Relative Biological Effectiveness (RBE) -- 3.1.4 Equivalent Dose -- 3.1.5 Effective Dose -- 3.2 Typical Doses
from Sources in the Environment -- 3.3 Biological Effects -- 3.3.1 High Doses Received in a Short Time -- 3.3.2 Low-Level Doses -- 3.4 Dose Limits -- 3.5 Shielding -- 3.6 Radiation Safety in the Nuclear Physics Laboratory -- 4.
Statistics and the Treatment of Experimental Data -- 4.1 Characteristics of Probability Distributions -- 4.1.1 Cumulative Distributions -- 4.1.2 Expectation Values -- 4.1.3 Distribution Moments. The Mean and Variance -- 4.1.4 The
Covariance -- 4.2 Some Common Probability Distributions -- 4.2.1 The Binomial Distribution -- 4.2.2 The Poisson Distribution -- 4.2.3 The Gaussian or Normal Distribution -- 4.2.4 The Chi-Square Distribution -- 4.3 Measurement Errors
and the Measurement Process -- 4.3.1 Systematic Errors -- 4.3.2 Random Errors -- 4.4 Sampling and Parameter Estimation. The Maximum Likelihood Method -- 4.4.1 Sample Moments -- 4.4.2 The Maximum Likelihood Method -- 4.4.3 Estimator for
the Poisson Distribution -- 4.4.4 Estimators for the Gaussian Distribution -- 4.4.5 The Weighted Mean -- 4.5 Examples of Applications -- 4.5.1 Mean and Error from a Series of Measurements -- 4.5.2 Combining Data with Different Errors
-- 4.5.3 Determination of Count Rates and Their Errors -- 4.5.4 Null Experiments. Setting Confidence Limits When No Counts Are Observed -- 4.5.5 Distribution of Time Intervals Between Counts -- 4.6 Propagation of Errors -- 4.6.1
Examples -- 4.7 Curve Fitting -- 4.7.1 The Least Squares Method -- 4.7.2 Linear Fits. The Straight Line -- 4.7.3 Linear Fits When Both Variables Have Errors -- 4.7.4 Nonlinear Fits -- 4.8 Some General Rules for Rounding-off Numbers for
Final Presentation -- 5. General Characteristics of Detectors -- 5.1 Sensitivity -- 5.2 Detector Response -- 5.3 Energy Resolution. The Fano Factor -- 5.4 The Response Function -- 5.5 Response Time -- 5.6 Detector Efficiency -- 5.7
Dead Time -- 5.7.1 Measuring Dead Time -- 6. Ionization Detectors -- 6.1 Gaseous Ionization Detectors -- 6.2 Ionization and Transport Phenomena in Gases -- 6.2.1 Ionization Mechanisms -- 6.2.2 Mean Number of Electron-Ion Pairs Created
-- 6.2.3 Recombination and Electron Attachment -- 6.3 Transport of Electrons and Ions in Gases -- 6.3.1 Diffusion -- 6.3.2 Drift and Mobility -- 6.4 Avalanche Multiplication -- 6.5 The Cylindrical Proportional Counter -- 6.5.1 Pulse
Formation and Shape -- 6.5.2 Choice of Fill Gas -- 6.6 The Multiwire Proportional Chamber (MWPC) -- 6.6.1 Basic Operating Principle -- 6.6.2 Construction -- 6.6.3 Chamber Gas -- 6.6.4 Timing Resolution -- 6.6.5 Readout Methods -- 6.6.6
Track Clusters -- 6.6.7 MWPC Efficiency -- 6.7 The Drift Chamber -- 6.7.1 Drift Gases -- 6.7.2 Spatial Resolution -- 6.7.3 Operation in Magnetic Fields -- 6.8 The Time Projection Chamber (TPC) -- 6.9 Liquid Ionization Detectors (LID)
-- 7. Scintillation Detectors -- 7.1 General Characteristics -- 7.2 Organic Scintillators -- 7.2.1 Organic Crystals -- 7.2.2 Organic Liquids -- 7.2.3 Plastics -- 7.3 Inorganic Crystals -- 7.4 Gaseous Scintillators -- 7.5 Glasses -- 7.6
Light Output Response -- 7.6.1 Linearity -- 7.6.2 Temperature Dependence -- 7.6.3 Pulse Shape Discrimination (PSD) -- 7.7 Intrinsic Detection Efficiency for Various Radiations -- 7.7.1 Heavy Ions -- 7.7.2 Electrons -- 7.7.3 Gamma Rays
-- 7.7.4 Neutrons -- 8. Photomultipliers -- 8.1 Basic Construction and Operation -- 8.2 The Photocathode -- 8.3 The Electron-Optical Input System -- 8.4 The Electron-Multiplier Section -- 8.4.1 Dynode Configurations -- 8.4.2 Multiplier
Response: The Single-Electron Spectrum -- 8.5 Operating Parameters -- 8.5.1 Gain and Voltage Supply -- 8.5.2 Voltage Dividers -- 8.5.3 Electrode Current. Linearity -- 8.5.4 Pulse Shape -- 8.6 Time Response and Resolution -- 8.7 Noise
-- 8.7.1 Dark Current and Afterpulsing -- 8.7.2 Statistical Noise -- 8.8 Environmental Factors -- 8.8.1 Exposure to Ambient Light -- 8.8.2 Magnetic Fields -- 8.8.3 Temperature Effects -- 8.9 Gain Stability, Count Rate Shift -- 9.
Scintillation Detector Mounting and Operation -- 9.1 Light Collection -- 9.1.1 Reflection -- 9.2 Coupling to the PM -- 9.3 Multiple Photomultipliers -- 9.4 Light Guides -- 9.5 Fluorescent Radiation Converters -- 9.6 Mounting a
Scintillation Detector: An Example -- 9.7 Scintillation Counter Operation -- 9.7.1 Testing the Counter -- 9.7.2 Adjusting the PM Voltage -- 9.7.3 The Scintillation Counter Plateau -- 9.7.4 Maintaining PM Gain -- 10. Semiconductor
Detectors -- 10.1 Basic Semiconductor Properties -- 10.1.1 Energy Band Structure -- 10.1.2 Charge Carriers in Semiconductors -- 10.1.3 Intrinsic Charge Carrier Concentration -- 10.1.4 Mobility -- 10.1.5 Recombination and Trapping --
10.2 Doped Semiconductors -- 10.2.1 Compensation -- 10.3 The np Semiconductor Junction. Depletion Depth -- 10.3.1 The Depletion Depth -- 10.3.2 Junction Capacitance -- 10.3.3 Reversed Bias Junctions -- 10.4 Detector Characteristics of
Semiconductors -- 10.4.1 Average Energy per Electron-Hole Pair -- 10.4.2 Linearity -- 10.4.3 The Fano Factor and Intrinsic Energy Resolution -- 10.4.4 Leakage Current -- 10.4.5 Sensitivity and Intrinsic Efficiency -- 10.4.6 Pulse
Shape. Rise Time -- 10.5 Silicon Diode Detectors -- 10.5.1 Diffused Junction Diodes -- 10.5.2 Surface Barrier Detectors (SSB) -- 10.5.3 Ion-Implanted Diodes -- 10.5.4 Lithium-Drifted Silicon Diodes — Si(Li) -- 10.6 Position-Sensitive
Detectors -- 10.6.1 Continuous and Discrete Detectors -- 10.6.2 Micro-Strip Detectors -- 10.6.3 Novel Position-Sensing Detectors -- 10.7 Germanium Detectors -- 10.7.1 Lithium-Drifted Germanium — Ge(Li) -- 10.7.2 Intrinsic Germanium --
10.7.3 Gamma Spectroscopy with Germanium Detectors -- 10.8 Other Semiconductor Materials -- 10.9 Operation of Semiconductor Detectors -- 10.9.1 Bias Voltage -- 10.9.2 Signal Amplification -- 10.9.3 Temperature Effects -- 10.9.4
Radiation Damage -- 10.9.5 Plasma Effects -- 11. Pulse Signals in Nuclear Electronics -- 11.1 Pulse Signal Terminology -- 11.2 Analog and Digital Signals -- 11.3 Fast and Slow Signals -- 11.4 The Frequency Domain. Bandwidth -- 12. The
NIM Standard -- 12.1 Modules -- 12.2 Power Bins -- 12.3 NIM Logic Signals -- 12.4 TTL and ECL Logic Signals -- 12.5 Analog Signals -- 13. Signal Transmission -- 13.1 Coaxial Cables -- 13.1.1 Line Constituents -- 13.2 The General Wave
Equation for a Coaxial Line -- 13.3 The Ideal Lossless Cable -- 13.3.1 Characteristic Impedance -- 13.4 Reflections -- 13.5 Cable Termination. Impedance Matching -- 13.6 Losses in Coaxial Cables. Pulse Distortion -- 13.6.1 Cable
Response. Pulse Distortion -- 14. Electronics for Pulse Signal Processing -- 14.1 Preamplifiers -- 14.1.1 Resistive vs Optical Feedback -- 14.2 Main Amplifiers -- 14.3 Pulse Shaping Networks in Amplifiers -- 14.3.1 CR-RC Pulse Shaping
-- 14.3.2 Pole-Zero Cancellation and Baseline Restoration -- 14.3.3 Double Differentiation or CR-RC-CR Shaping -- 14.3.4 Semi-Gaussian Shaping -- 14.3.5 Delay Line Shaping -- 14.4 Biased Amplifiers -- 14.5 Pulse Stretchers -- 14.6
Linear Transmission Gate -- 14.7 Fan-out and Fan-in -- 14.8 Delay Lines -- 14.9 Discriminators -- 14.9.1 Shapers -- 14.10 Single-Channel Analyzer (Differential Discriminator) -- 14.11 Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC or A/D) --
14.11.1 ADC Linearity -- 14.12 Multichannel Analyzers -- 14.13 Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC or D/A) -- 14.14 Time to Amplitude Converters (TAC or TPHC) -- 14.15 Scalers -- 14.16 Ratemeter -- 14.17 Coincidence Units -- 14.18
Majority Logic Units -- 14.19 Flip-Flops -- 14.20 Registers (Latches) -- 14.21 Gate and Delay Generators -- 14.22 Some Simple and Handy Circuits for Pulse Manipulation -- 14.22.1 Attenuators -- 14.22.2 Pulse Splitting -- 14.22.3
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Title:Dusty and Dirty Plasmas, Noise, and Chaos in Space and in the Laboratory
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Date:1994
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Contents:1. Cosmic Dusty Plasmas -- 1.1 Cosmic Dusty Plasmas: Some Recent Results -- 1.2 Parametric Excitation of the Low-Frequency Oscillations in the Dusty plasma of Planetary Rings -- 1.3 Spokes in the Saturn’s Ring as Solutions in Dusty
Plasma -- 1.4 Effects of the Charged Dust in a High Energy Electron Beam -- 1.5 Plasma Tail and Dust Tail of Comets -- 1.6 CRRES Plasma Wave Observations during Quiet Times, during Geomagnetic Disturbances, and during Chemical Releases
-- 2. Laboratory Dusty Plasmas: Theory and Experiment -- 2.1 Coherent Structures in Low-Temperature Dusty Plasmas -- 2.2 Electron-Free Plasma -- 2.3 Measurement of Electric Carge of Dust in a Plasma -- 2.4 Effects of Intersteiler
Neutral Wind on the Structure of the Heliosphere — Laboratory Simulation -- 3. Meteorologico-Electric Environment and EHD -- 3.1 EHD and EHMD Transport Processes in Dusty and Dirty Plasmas -- 3.2 The Mechanism of Electrohydrodynamic
Wind Generation in a Lower Atomosphere -- 3.3 Verhulst Dynamics and Fractal Streching of Transition Layer Vorticity -- 3.4 The state of Matter FIELD and Its Property — A New Basic Approach to the Understanding of Terrestrial and
Extraterrestrial Electomagnetic Environment -- 4. Self-Organization and Turbulence -- 4.1 Self-Organization Processes in Turbulent Atomosphere and Methods for Their Study -- 4.2 Studying of Helical Turbulence Self-Organization Based on
3D-Generation of Hasegawa-Mima Equation -- 4.3 Quantum Aspects of Self-Organization in Dynamically Random Systems -- 4.4 Self-Organization in Plasmas -- 4.5 Plasma Maser in Turbulent Media -- 4.6 A Statistical Theory of Turbulence --
4.7 Two-Time Fourier Convolution Theorem and Its Applications -- 5. Lightning Discharges and Laboratory Simulation -- 5.1 A New Model of Lightning -- 5.2 Acoustic -based Real Time Reconstruction of Lightning Discharge Channel Using
Parallel Processing -- 5.3 Forecast of Winter Thundercloud of by Frequency Analysis of Atomospheric Pressure -- 5.4 Fundamental Experiments Concerning Laser Triggered Lightning -- 6. Atmospheric Electricity and Noise -- 6.1 Jet Stream
Electrodynamics -- 6.2 Fading Patterns on on the Sonagram of Atomospherics -- 6.3 Mobility Distributions and Mass Distributions of Atomospheric Ions near the Ground -- 7. Magnetospheric Noise and Pulsations -- 7.1 Local Time Dependence
of Wave Characteristics of Pi2 Pulsations Observed at Synchronous Orbit -- 7.2 Solar Cycle Variation of Local Time Dependence in Frequency of Occurrence of Pi2 -- 7.3 Magnetospheric VLF Waves Observed by DE-1 -- 7.4 The Experimental
Results of triggering Chorus Emissions from Monochromatic Wave Components in the Hiss Band in the Outer Magnetosphere -- 7.5 A New Direction Finding Method of Magnetospheric VLF/ELF Radio Waves Using the Linear Regularization and
Generalized Cross Validation -- 8. Planetary and Solar Noise and Plasmas -- 8.1 Non-Auroral Lights on Jupiter’s Dark Side -- 8.2 Venus Plasma Noise Studies: A Lesson from Flawed Analysis and Intepretation -- 8.3 Beaming Geometry of the
Io-Related Decametric Radiation -- 8.4 Yohkoh Observations from the Onset of Several Flares -- 8.5 Plasma Corona and Dust Corona of the Sun -- 9. Galactic Noise and Plasmas -- 9.1 An Overview of Observations with X-Ray Astronomy
Satellite GINGA -- 9.2 X-Ray Emission from Compact X-Ray Sources and the Dust near or surrounding the Sources -- 9.3 A Systematic Study of Dense Cloud Cores and Star Formation -- 10. Fluctuations, Chaos, Reconnection, and Acceleration
-- 10.1 Chaos in Plasmas: A Case Study in Thermionic Discharges -- 10.2 Fluctuational and Intermittent Chaos: Wave-Turbulent and Wave-Fluctuation Amplification Processes in Geophysical Hydrodynamics -- 10.3 Electric Reconnection and
Chaos in Dusty and Dirty Plasmas -- 10.4 Pre-Earthquake Ionospheric Effects and their Possible Mechanisms -- 10.5 Plasma-Based Particle Acceleration -- 11. Ball Lightning and Microwave Discharges -- 11.1 A Novel Method to Induce
Atmospheric Microwave Discharges by Moderate Powers -- 11.2 Nature of Fireballs Produced by Microwave Interference -- 11.3 Considerations of Internal Mechanism of Ball Lightning — Based on the simulation experiment of damages on the
tree which were seemed to be produced by ball lightning
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Continuum physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Classical Continuum Physics
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Title:Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods Seattle, 1991
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (474 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-017-2219-3
Contents:The Gibbs Paradox -- Bayesian Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations -- Bayesian Interpolation -- Estimating the Ratio of Two Amplitudes in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data -- A Bayesian Method for the Detection of a Periodic
Signal of Unknown Shape and Period -- Linking the Plausible and Demonstrative Inferences -- Dimensional Analysis in Data Modeling -- Entropies of Likelihood Functions -- Maximum Likelihood Estimation of the Lagrange Parameters of the
Maximum Entropy Distributions -- Entropy of Form and Hierarchic Organization -- A Bayesian Looks at the Anthropic Principle -- The Evidence for Neutral Networks -- Unmixing Mineral Spectra Using a Neural Net with Maximum Entropy
Regularization -- Bayesian Mixture Modeling -- Point-Process Theory and the Surveillance of Many Objects -- A Matlab Program to Calculate the Maximum Entropy Distributions -- Memsys as Debugger -- Entropy and Sunspots: Their Bearing on
Time-Series -- Basic Concepts in Multisensor Data Fusion -- Combining Data from Different Experiments: Bayesian Analysis and Meta-Analysis -- Modelling Drug Behaviour in the Body with Maxent -- Information Entropy and Dose-Response
Functions for Risk Analysis -- Making Binary Decisions Based on the Posterior Probability Distribution Associated with Tomographic Reconstructions -- The Application of Maxent to Electrospray Mass Spectrometry -- The Application of
Maxent to Electron Microscopy -- The Inference of Physical Phenomena in Chemistry: Abstract Tomography, Gedanken Experiments, and Surprisal Analysis -- The Maximum Entropy Reconstruction of Patterson and Fourier Densities in
Orientationally Disordered Molecular Crystals: A Systematic Test for Crystallographic Interpolation Models -- On a Bayesian Approach to Coherent Radar Imaging -- Application of Maximum Entropy to Radio Imaging of Geological Features --
Deterministic Signals in Height of Sea Level Worldwide -- The Grand Canonical Sampler for Bayesian Integration -- Recent Developments in Information-Theoretic Statistical Analysis -- Murphy’s Law and Noninformative Priors -- A
Scientific Concept of Probability -- Bayesian Logic and Statistical Mechanics — Illustrated by a Quantum Spin 1/2 Ensemble
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Keywords: Computer science , Analytical chemistry , Economic geology , Image processing , Statistics , Computer Science , Image Processing and Computer Vision , Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Scien , Economic Geology , Analytical Chemistry
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Title:Nuclear Shapes and Nuclear Structure at Low Excitation Energies
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (457 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3342-9
Contents:I- Introduction -- Introductory Remarks -- Panoramic New Vistas of Nuclei in and near Their Ground States -- Nuclear Shapes and Nuclear Structure at Low Excitation Energies: Theoretical Aspects -- Atomic Physics and Nuclear Properties
-- II - Atomic Methods in Nuclear Spectroscopy -- Progress in Atomic Physics Experiments on Nuclear Properties -- Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy of Rare-Earth Elements at Iris Facility -- Atomic Spectroscopy as a Probe of Parity
Non-Conserving Effects in the Nucleus -- Isotope Shifts and Hyperfine Structure in Polonium Isotopes by Atomic Beam Laser Spectroscopy -- III- Single Particles Aspect -- Single-Particle Response Function:Complementary Aspects of
(e,e’p) and Transfer Reactions -- Intruder States and Low Energy Nuclear Spectroscopy -- Rotational Structures and Residual Interactions in Doubly Odd Nuclei -- Collective and Quasi-Particle Degrees of Freedom in178Hf -- Diabatic
Effects and Shape Coexistence in Neutron Deficient Pb Isotopes -- IV - Multiphonon States -- Low-Energy Multiphonon States in Deformed Nuclei -- Low-Lying Vibrational States in Deformed Nuclei -- V - Shapes and Coexistence -- Algebraic
Approaches to Nuclear Structure -- Shape Coexistence in the Pb Region -- Population of the Oblate and Prolate Systems in 187Au Produced at Various Beam Energies in Two Different Reactions -- The Shell Model Distribution of Nuclear
Shapes -- Magnetic Dipole Excitations of Heavy Nonspherical Nuclei -- VI - Octupoles -- Reflection-Asymmetric Shapes in Atomic Nuclei -- Electric Transition Strengths in Octupole Nuclei Measured by Coulomb Excitation -- Open Questions
on the Low-Energy Negative-Parity Excitations -- VII - Superdeformation -- Microscopic Description of Superdeformation at Low Spin -- Superdeformation:An Experimental Review -- Thallium Isotopes:A Set of “Identical” Superdeformed Bands
-- Microscopic Description of Quadrupole and Octupole Modes in the Superdeformation Region of 192Hg -- VIII - Exotic Nuclei -- Isospin Forbidden ? Transitions to Low-Lying 0+ States and the Effect on Superallowed Decay Rates -- Nuclei
Far from Stability and the R-Process Waiting-Point Concept -- Emission of Neutrons and the Neutron Halo of 11Li -- Search for New Radioactivities at the Proton Drip-Line -- Internal Conversion Anomaly around A=187 -- Exploration of the
Neutron-Rich Mass Surface from 11Li to 66Fe -- IX - Chaos -- Statistical Properties of Complete Level Schemes -- X - Experimental Techniques -- Nuclear Moments by Orientation Methods -- High-Accuracy Mass Determination of Unstable Rb,
Sr, Cs, Ba, Fr and Ra Isotopes with a Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer -- ?-Ray Spectroscopy of Relativistic Fragments:A Novel Technique -- Lifetime Measurements in Medium Heavy Nuclei Using the Gamma Ray Induced Doppler Broadening
(GRID) Technique -- Post Acceleration of Radioactive Beams:A New Tool for Nuclear Physics Studies -- In Beam Nuclear Polarization of Radioactive Ion Beams -- XI - Conclusion -- Concluding Remarks -- Participants
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Title:Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods Laramie, Wyoming, 1990
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (371 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-3460-6
Contents:Notes on Present Status and Future Prospects -- Bayesian Methods and Entropy in Economics and Econometrics -- The Role of Priors in Active Bayesian Learning in the Sequential Statistical Decision Framework -- The Principle of Maximum
Entropy and the Difference Between Risk and Uncertainty -- Analysis of Lunar Occultation Data -- The Photometric Accuracy of Astronomical Images Restored with the MEMSYS3 Code -- Computational Problems and Signal Processing in SETI --
Maximum Entropy in Condensed Matter Theory -- Entropy Maximization in Nuclear Physics -- Applications of Maxent to Quantum Monte Carlo -- Maximum Entropy Applications in Radar -- The Application of Maximum Entropy Signal Processing to
Ultrasonic Surface Parameterisation -- Steel Characterization using Bayesian Analysis of Barkhausen Noise -- Bayesian Spectral Analysis of Reflectivity Data -- On the Assignment of Prior Expectation Values and a Geometric Means of
Maximizing — Tr?ln#x03C1 Constrained by Measured Expectation Values -- The Evaluation and Predictive Properties of the “MemSys3” Algorithm -- The Evolution of Our Probability Image for the Spin Orientation of a Spin-1/2 — Ensemble As
Measurements Are Made on Several Members of the Ensemble — Connections with Information Theory and Bayesian Statistics -- Stochasticity in Nature, and Its Consequences -- Reasoning with Maximum Entropy in Expert Systems -- Some
Applications of the Bayesian, Maximum-Entropy Concept in Geostatistics -- Maximum Entropy Image Reconstruction of DNA Sequencing Data -- Maximum Entropy Connections: Neural Networks -- Quantifying Drug Absorption -- Energy
Flow-Networks and the Maximum Entropy Formalism -- On Parameter Estimation and Quantified Maxent -- A Subpixel Deconvolution Method for Astronomical Images -- Maximum Entropy Prior Laws of Images and Estimation of their Parameters --
Two New Methods for Retrieving an Image from Noisy, Incomplete Data, and Comparison with the Cambridge Maxent Package -- Rayleigh Task Performance as A Method To Evaluate Image Reconstruction Algorithms -- Maximum Entropy Image
Construction of the Galaxy M51 -- The Image Reconstruction Contest -- Moment Estimation using Bayesian Probability Theory -- Maximum Entropy with Poisson Statistics -- From Euclid to Entropy -- Bayesian Interpolation -- Ockham’s Razor
-- Probabilistic Displays
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XVIII International Colloquium Held at Moscow, USSR, 4–9 June 1990
Author(s):
Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (601 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-54040-7
Contents:Introductory talk -- Creating “clouds” -- Opening remarks -- Laudatio for Professor Francesco Iachello -- Symmetry -- Dynamical and fundamental symmetries in particles and nuclei -- Spectrum generating groups — idea and application --
The role of dynamic symmetries and supersymmetries in nuclear physics -- SO(3,2) for oscillator and hydrogenlike systems -- Conformal groups in the Kepler problem -- Potential group in optics: The maxwell fish-eye system -- Transition
to chaos in hadronic systems -- The dynamical group of Riemann ellipsoids -- An algebraic model of cluster states in odd-mass nuclei -- Compact to noncompact transition and nuclear collective levels -- $$\overline {SL(3,R)} \times
T^6$$ as a nuclear collective motion group -- Exceptional groups and the interacting boson approximation -- An overview of quantum groups -- Integrable theories, Yang-Baxter algebras and quantum groups: An overview -- Finite -
dimensional irreducible representations of the quantum superalgebra Uq[gl(n/I)] -- Projection operator method and Q-analog of angular momentum theory -- Quantum algebras and symmetries of dynamical systems -- Coulomb gas realization of
simple quantum groups -- String theory, quantum gravity and quantum groups -- q-Oscillator realizations of the quantum superalgebras sl q (m, n)andosp q (m, 2n) -- Relativistic oscillator = q-oscillator -- Some aspects of the angular
momentum coefficients in SUq (2) -- Contractions and analytic continuations of the irreducible representations of the quantum algebra suq(2) -- Universal R-matrix for quantum supergroups -- Recent progress in non-commutative geometry
-- Algebraic gauge theory and noncommutative geometry -- Classification of the symmetries of ordinary differential equations -- Conditional symmetries and conditional integrability for nonlinear systems -- Cohomology and symmetry of
differential equations -- Derivations of semi-basic forms and symmetries of second-order equations -- Hamilton-Jacobi equations in SU(2, 2) homogeneous spaces -- Linearization of PDEs -- Perturbed nonlinear equations: Application to
the Korteweg-Devries equation considered as a perturbed Euler equation -- Algebraic version of the soliton perturbation theory -- Extended chiral conformal models with a quantum group symmetry -- Conformal reduction of WZNW theories
and W-algebras -- The resurrection of a forgotten symmetry: De broglie' s symmetry -- Relativistic invariance of a many body system with a Dirac oscillator interaction -- Derivation of the geometrical berry phase -- Gauge translations
and the Berry phase -- Geometric quantization: Regular representations and modular algebras -- Geometro-stochastic quantization and quantum geometry -- SO(4,1)-Coherent states and the geometro-stochastic quantization of a gauge theory
for extended objects -- Covariant quantum mechanics and the symmetries of its radiation fields -- Double stratonovich - Hubbard trick and novel path integral for a system of interacting fermions -- Nonrelativistic limit of superfield
theories -- Remarks on the supersymmetric WKB quantization formula -- Particle in a self-dual monopole field: example of supersymmetric quantum mechanics -- Supersymmetry and electron angular momentum -- Parasupersymmetries and Lie
superalgebras -- Quantum chaos: Spectra and states -- Quantum ergodicity and eigenvalue problems for plane polygons -- “Classical” in terms of general statistical models -- Temporal decoherence in Lorentz-squeezed hadrons -- Physical
significance of correlated and squeezed states -- On the symmetry and dynamics of squeezed and correlated states -- Correlated States of Quantum Chain -- Interaction of weak coherent light with a system of two - level atoms in a
lossless cavity -- Time dependent quantum tunnelling -- Non-spurious harmonic oscillator states with arbitrary permutational symmetry -- Symmetry analysis of the qualitative intramolecular phenomena -- Algebras of the SU(n) vector
invariants and some of their applications -- Product formulas for Q-representatives -- Tensor products for affine Kac-Moody algebras -- Atypical modules of the lie superalgebra gl (m/n) -- Vector coherent state theory of the
non-compact orthosymplectic superalgebras -- The composition factors of kac modules of sl(M/N) -- Clifford algebras, spinors and finite geometries -- Reducibility of Euclidean motion groups -- Software packages: Space groups and their
representations -- Software packages: Transformation coefficients for space groups -- Icosahedral dissectable tilings from the root lattice D6 -- Groups with G-number parameters -- Regge Calculus with torsion -- Quasiperiodicity: Local
and global aspects -- Derivative Moufang transformations -- On the explicit form of consistent anomalies -- Berry phases and Wyckoff positions for energy bands in solids -- Crystallography of quasicrystals: The problem of restoration
of broken symmetry
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Title:Condensed Matter Theories
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (453 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3686-4
Contents:I. Formal Methods -- Artificial Neural Networks that Learn Many-Body Physics -- Quantum Statistical Microdynamics and Critical Phenomena -- Quantum Spin Lattice Models: a Coupled-Cluster Treatment -- Time Dependent Mean Field
Approximation in a Boson System -- Inhomogeneous Boson System Made Planar -- II. Quantum Fluids -- The Shape of Fluids -- Single Particle Properties of Atomic Deuterium -- Studies of the Critical Point of 4He -- The Spectral Function
of Bose Superfluids: a Sum Rule Approach -- III. Electronic Systems, Atoms and Molecules -- Collective Spin Waves in Maxwellian Electron Plasma -- Test of Density Functional Approximation for an Atom in a Strong Magnetic Field -- Ionic
Diffusion Phenomena in Superionic Conductors -- Electric Field Induced Solidification-Theory of Electro-Rheology Fluids -- Toward a Non-Born-Oppenheimer Density Functional Theory in the Context of Local-Scaling Transformations -- Bragg
Intensities and Diffuse Scattering in Ag2Se: a Molecular Dynamics Study -- IV. High-Tc Superconductivity -- Dynamics of the Anderson Model for Dilute Magnetic Alloys: a Quantum Monte Carlo and Maximum Entropy Study -- High Temperature
Superconductivity in an Exactly Solvable Model -- Cooper Pair Binding Energy and the BCS Gap Energy Revisited -- Coopers Pairs, Local Pairs, and TF-Scaled High-Tc Superconductivity -- Electron-Hole Liquid Model for High
Tc-Superconductivity -- MEP Approach to the Anderson-Hubbard Model -- V. Lattice Theories -- Correlated Lattice Fermions in High Dimensions -- Cluster Gutzwiller Approximation -- The U(1)3 Lattice Gauge Vacuum -- Electronic
Diamagnetism in Two-Dimensional Lattices -- Nuclear Physics and QCD -- Meson-Meson Scattering as a Many-Body Problem -- Alpha-Nucleus Interaction from an Inverse Scattering and Energy-Density Formalism -- Spin and Tensor Correlations
in Model Nuclear Matter -- On Narrow ? Hypernuclear States with Positive Energy -- Electromagnetic Response in Nuclear Matter and Complex Nuclei -- Use of Correlated Hyperspherical Harmonic Basis for Strongly Interacting Systems --
Variational Cluster Methods in Coordinate Space for Small Systems: Center of Mass Corrections Made Easy -- Short—Range Correlations and Single—Particle Spectral Functions in Nuclear Matter -- Functional Techniques in the Many-Body
Problem: the Longitudinal Nuclear Response function -- Contributors and Participants
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Title:Condensed Matter Theories Volume 5
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (384 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0605-4
Contents:Quantum and Classical Fluids -- Thomas-Fermi Equation of State — The Hot Curve -- New Mechanism of Transport Phenomena in Spin-Polarized Quantum Systems -- Correlated Wave Functions Theory of the Spectral Function -- Momentum
Distributions in 3He-4He Mixtures -- Finite Temperature Properties for the Electron Gas with Localization up to 3 Dimensions -- Generalized Momentum Distributions of Quantum Fluids -- Ground State Energy and Landau Parameters of
Spin-Polarized Deuterium Using Green’s Function Methods -- Quantum Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Electron Bubbles in a Dense Helium Gas -- Quantum Liquid Films: A Generic Many-Body Problem -- Structure and Dynamics of Supercooled
Fluids -- Correlated RPA Calculations for Model Nuclear Matter -- Theory of the Critical Point of He4 -- Correlations and Momentum Distribution in the Ground State of Liquid 3He -- Optimized 4He Wave Functions Using Monte Carlo
Integration -- The Normal Phase of a Correlated Bose Fluid -- A New Approach to Excited States in 4He: Rotons and Vortices -- Superconductivity -- Vibrational Density-of-States, Isotope Effect, and Superconductivity in Ba1-xKxBiO3
Cubic Oxides -- Variational Monte-Carlo Study of Superconductivity and Magnetism in the Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model -- Finite-Temperature Many-Body Perturbation Theory for Superconducting Fermion Systems -- Abnormal Occupation,
Tighter-Bound Cooper Pairs and High Tc Superconductivity -- On the Role of Electron-Medium Coupling in High Temperature Superconductors -- Correlated Spin-Density-Wave Theory -- Composites, Magnetism, Semiconductors and Plasmas --
Effective Dielectric Response of Composites: A New Diagramatic Approach -- The Trajectories of Magnetic Field Lines in Tokamaks with Helical Windings -- Spin-Splitted Phase Transition in the Quantized Hall Effect in Narrow-Gap Hg(1-x)
CdxTe Inversion Layers -- High Magnetic Susceptibility Liquid Metals -- Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei -- Translationally-Invariant Coupled Cluster Theory Applied to the 4He Nucleus -- Electron Correlations in Atoms -- The Foundation of
the Nuclear Shell Model -- Developments in Multireference Coupled-Cluster Applications to Molecular Systems -- Formal Methods -- On the Bargmann Space Approach to the Extended Coupled Cluster Method for Simple Anharmonic Systems --
Quantum Many-Body Systems: Orthogonal Coordinates -- Dissipative Evolutions in Quantum Mechanics -- Extended Coupled Cluster Techniques for Excited States: Applications to Quasispin Models -- Temporal Evolution of Fluctuations --
Squeezed States Representation: An ?-Expansion of Statistical Mechanics -- Maximum Entropy Principle and Quantum Mechanics -- Baym-Kadanoff Theory Made Even Planar -- Contributors and Participants
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Title:Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods Cambridge, England, 1988
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (526 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-7860-8
Contents:Tutorial -- Clearing up Mysteries — The Original Goal -- From Rationality and Consistency to Bayesian Probability -- Classic Maximum Entropy -- Developments in Maximum Entropy Data Analysis -- The Three Phases of Statistical Mechanics
-- Bell’s Theorem. Inference and Quantum Transactions -- Philosophy -- Probability, Philosophy and Science: A briefing for Bayesians -- Statistical thermodynamics & Quantum mechanics -- The Statistics of Quantum Mechanical
Wavefunctions -- Justification of the Maximum Entropy Criterion in Quantum Mechanics -- Approaches to Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics -- Applications of Maximum Entropy to Condensed Matter Physics -- Problems of Maximum-Entropy
Formalism in the Statistical Geometry of Simple Liquids -- Physical measurement techniques -- Liquid Structure Factor Determination by Neutron Scattering — Some Dangers of Maximum Entropy -- Quasielastic Neutron Scattering Data
Evaluation Using the Maximum Entropy Method -- Maximum Entropy Reconstruction in Magnetic Resonance Imaging -- Solution of Autocorrelation Function Constrained Maximum Entropy Problems Using the Method of Simulated Annealing --
Solution of Laplace Transform Equations (Sum of Exponentials) by Maximum Entropy -- Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Approach in Tomographic Image Reconstruction and Restoration -- Crystallography -- Maximum-Entropy-Based Approaches to
X-ray Structure Determination and Data Processing -- Maximum Entropy in Crystallography -- A Multisolution Phase Determination Method in X-Ray Crystallography -- The Challenge of X-RAY and Neutron Powder Diffraction -- A Statistical
Potential for Modelling X-ray Electron Density Maps with Known Phases -- Chemical Spectroscopy -- Enhanced Information Recovery From Spectroscopic Data Using MaxEnt -- Bayesian Spectrum Analysis on Quadrature Nmr Data with Noise
Correlations -- Selective Data-Sampling and Reconstruction of Phase Sensitive 2D NMR Spectra Using Maximum Entropy -- A New Maximum Entropy Processing Algorithm, with Applications to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiments -- Sampling
Strategies for Magnetic Resonance Experiments -- The Inverse Problem for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- Time series, Power spectra -- Maximum Entropy Calculations on a Discrete Probability Space: Predictions Confirmed -- Application of
Classical, Bayesian and Maximum Entropy Spectrum Analysis to Nonstationary Time Series Data -- Identifying Discrete Cycles in Economic Data: Maximum Entropy Spectra and the Direct Fitting of Sinusoidal Functions -- Maximum Entropy
Spectral Analysis of Hilbert Transformed Complex Data -- Astronomical techniques -- Maximum Entropy Tomography of Accretion Discs from Their Emission Lines -- Distances to Clusters of Galaxies Using Maximum Entropy -- The Application
of Maximum Entropy Techniques to Chopped Astronomical Infrared Data -- Neural networks -- The Use of Bayesian and Entropic Methods in Neural Network Theory -- Electronic ‘Neural’ Nets for Solving Ill-Posed Problems with an Entropy
Regulariser -- Fundamentals, Statistics -- Bayesian Model Selection: Examples Relevant to NMR -- Regularization and Inverse Problems -- Maximum Entropy and Inductive Inference -- Maximum Specific Entropy, Knowledge, Ordering, and
Physical Measurements -- The Metrics Induced by the Kullback Number -- The Paradox of the Money Pump: A Resolution -- Constrained Maximum Entropy Methods in an Image Reconstruction Problem -- Entropy + Rain = Floods -- Maximum Entropy
and Constrained Optimization -- The Eigenvalues of Mega-dimensional Matrices -- Bayesian Evaluation of Discrepant Experimental Data -- Superresolution limit for Signal recovery -- A Monotonic Property of Distributions Based on Entropy
with Fractile Constraints -- Kinetic Theory and Ensembles of Maximum Entropy -- On the Use of Quadratic Regularisation within Maximum Entropy Image Restoration -- From Chirp to Chip, a Beginning -- Bayesian Data Analysis: Straight-line
fitting
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Title:Momentum Distributions
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Size:1 online resource (414 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-2554-1
Contents:Momentum Distributions: An Overview -- Momentum Distribution Theory -- Overview of Momentum Distribution Calculations -- Momentum Distributions in Quantum Liquids from Green’s Function Monte Carlo Calculations -- The Momentum
Distribution of 4He at Non-zero Temperature -- Momentum Distributions in Liquid 4He at Low Temperatures: Variational Methods -- Impulse Approximation and Corrections -- X and Y Scaling -- Final State Effects in Quantum Fluids --
Approach to the Impulse Approximation in Quantum Solids and Fluids -- Quantum Fluids and Solids -- Momentum Distributions in Liquid Helium -- Neutron Scattering Studies of n(p) at Reactor Sources -- Nuclear Physics -- Momentum
Distributions from Quasielastic Electron-Nucleus Scattering -- What Would We Like to Know About n(p) in Nuclear Physics? -- Hydrogenic Systems -- Hydrogen and Hydrogen Impurities in Rare Gases -- Hydrogen Potential in ?-V2H Studied by
Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering -- Theory of Momentum Distributions and their Measurement for Hydrogen in Solids -- Electronic Systems -- Momentum Distributions in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems: Heavy Fermions, Mott Insulators
and High Temperature Superconductors -- X-Ray Compton Scattering from Condensed Matter Systems -- Measuring the Momentum Distribution of the Unpaired Spin Electrons in Ferromagnets using Synchrotron Radiation -- Positron and
Positronium Momentum Spectroscopy in Solids: An Overview -- Fermi Surfaces by Positron Annihilation in YBa2Cu3Ox -- Experimental Techniques for Momentum Distributions -- Neutron Experimental Techniques for n(p) -- The Determination of
Electron Momentum Density Distributions -- Experimental Determination of Momentum Distributions in Nuclear Physics -- Contributed Papers -- Resolution in Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering using Pulsed Neutron Sources -- Contribution of
Meson Exchange Currents to the Nuclear Quasielastic Peak -- Single-Particle Strength and Nuclear Response Functions -- High Energy Inelastic Neutron Scattering from Hydrogen in Cesium Intercalated Graphite -- Initial State Effects in
Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering -- On the Approach to the Scaling Limit of the Response of Quantum Gases -- Generalized Momentum Distributions -- Final-State Effects in Deep-Inelastic Neutron Scattering -- Determination of Momentum
Distributions from Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering Experiments — a Bayesian Study -- Time Evolution of the Momentum Distribution of a Bose Gas Near Condensation -- Final State Effects in Liquid 4He: An Experimental Test -- Momentum
Distributions of Liquid 4He in Aerogel Glass -- Wrap-Up -- Summary: Workshop on Momentum Distributions -- Participants
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Title:Noise and Nonlinear Phenomena in Nuclear Systems
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Size:1 online resource (465 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5613-4
Contents:I. Introduction: Basic Concepts -- A Glimpse into the World of Random Walks -- Stochastic Bifurcations in a Generic Dynamical System: A Qualitative Analysis -- Unified Theory of Fluctuations and Parametric Noise -- An Influence
Functional Approach for the Elimination of Variables in Stochastic Processes -- Mixing Properties and Resonances in Chaotic Dynamical Systems -- II. Stochastic Processes in Linear Nuclear Systems: Theory -- Application of Stochastic
Transport Theory to the Determination of the Statistical Descriptors Used in Noise Analysis -- Determination of Kinetics Parameters Using Stochastic Methods in a 252Cf Driven System -- Solving Low Power Stochastic Equations: Nonlinear
Studies -- Contribution to the Discussion -- Exact and Inexact, Explicit and Implicit Solution Techniques for the Forward and Backward Kolgomorow Equations -- III: Stochastic Processes in Linear Nuclear Systems: Applications -- Some
Applications of Stochastic Processes in Neutron Coincidence: Measurements Used in Nuclear Safeguards -- Application of Statistical Correlation Techniques for Measurement of the Keff of Highly Subcritical Systems -- Stochastic Aspects
of Neutron Multiplication in Fusion Blanket Materials and Spallation Targets -- Stochastic Calculations of the Effective Density Factor -- Statistical Correlation Calculation of the Time Constant Alpha in Monte Carlo Simulation of
Subcritical Assemblies -- IV. Stochastic Processes in Nonlinear Nuclear System: Theory -- Nonlinear Stochastic Theory and Identification of Nonlinearity in Nuclear Reactors -- Stochastic Nonlinear Dynamics of Nuclear Power Plants:
Noise Effects on Nonlinear Stability -- The Role of Fluctuations in Nuclear Reactor Transients -- The Effect of Fuel Depletion on Stochastic Behaviour in Supercritical Systems -- Contribution to the Discussion: Backward Kolgomorov
Equations with Feedback -- Steady State Dynamics of Nonlinear Nuclear Reactor Systems -- Nonlinear Effects in Structural Vibration Induced Fluctuations -- V. Stochastic Processes in Nonlinear Nuclear Systems: Applications -- Bispectrum
Estimation Using Overlapped Segments -- Nonlinear AR-Noise Investigated Via a Kalman Filter -- Characteristics of Adaptiveness and Self-Organizing as Applied to the Nonlinear Nuclear Systems -- The Monte Carlo Simulation of Thermal
Noise in Fast Reactors -- Pump Induced Linear and Nonlinear Vibrations at PWR -- VI. Nonlinear Dynamics and Transition to Chaos in Nuclear Systems. Part I -- Variational Methods for Analyzing Limit Cicles in BWR -- Nonlinear Dynamics
and Chaos in Boiling Water Reactors -- Nonlinear Dynamics of Three-Dimensional Point Fission Reactors -- Phase Plane Analysis of Nuclear-Coupled Density-Wave Oscillations -- VII. Nonlinear Dynamics and Transition to Chaos in Nuclear
Systems. Part II -- Nonlinear Dynamics of the Nuclear Breeding Process -- Nonlinear Xenon Oscillations -- Nonlinear Reactor Stability Analysis with Arbitrary Feedback -- A Stochastic Method for Nuclear Power Plant Diagnosis --
Stochastic Nuclear Reactor Theory: Breit-Wigner Nuclear Noise
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Title:Quantum Monte Carlo Methods in Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Systems Proceedings of the Ninth Taniguchi International Symposium, Susono, Japan, November 14–18, 1986
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Date:1987
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Contents:I General Aspects of Quantum Monte Carlo Methods -- General Review of Quantum Statistical Monte Carlo Methods -- Interpolation Between Dimensions -- High-Speed Algorithm for Quantum Monte Carlo Simulation -- Monte Carlo
Renormalization Group for Quantum Systems -- Quantum Transfer-Matrix Method and Its Application to Quantum Spin Systems -- II Quantum Spin Systems and Quantum Spin Glasses -- Investigation of One-and Two-Dimensional Quantum Spin
Systems by Monte Carlo Simulations -- Critical Properties of the Two-Dimensional Spin-1/2 XY Ferromagnet -- Critical Properties of Spin Chains -- Monte Carlo Simulations of Three-Dimensional Heisenberg and Transverse-Ising Magnets --
Magnetic Properties of Ising-like Heisenberg S=1/2 Antiferromagnets on the Triangular Lattice -- Thermodynamic Properties of the Spin-1/2 Heisenberg Antiferromagnet on the Triangular Lattice -- Randomness and Frustration in Triangular
Antiferromagnets -- Two New Methods for Computing Finite Quantum Spin Systems -- Monte Carlo Method for Quantum Spin Systems with Use of the Bloch Coherent State Representation -- Decoupled Cell Monte Carlo Method for Quantum Spin
Systems -- Quantum Monte Carlo for Spin Glasses and Related Systems -- Monte Carlo Study of the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Spin Glass Model in a Transverse Field -- III Fermion Systems and Nuclear Systems -- Computer Simulation of Polaron
and Bipolaron Systems -- A Stochastic Algorithm for Many-Fermion Systems -- Simulation of Magnetic Impurities in Metals -- The Spatial Dependence of Spin and Charge Correlations in a One-Dimensional, Single Impurity, Anderson Model --
Quantum Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclear Systems -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces VI
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Contents:1. Georg-Maria Schwab: Early Endeavours in the Science of Catalysis -- References -- 2. The Life and Times of Paul H. Emmett -- 3. Three Decades of Catalysis by Metals -- 3.1 Bifunctional Catalysis -- 3.2 Characterization of Dispersed
Metals -- 3.2.1 Chemisorption Isotherms -- 3.2.2 Application of Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure -- 3.2.3 Application of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- 3.3 Hydrocarbon Reactions on Metals -- 3.3.1 Hydrogenolysis -- 3.3.2
Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation -- 3.3.3 Isomerization -- 3.4 Bimetallic Catalysts -- 3.4.1 Metal Alloys as Catalysts -- 3.4.2 Bimetallic Aggregates of Immiscible Components -- 3.4.3 Bimetallic Clusters -- 3.5 Summary -- References
-- 4. Molecular Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis on Metal-Oxide Surfaces -- 4.1 Synthesis -- 4.2 Structure Determination by Physical Methods -- 4.2.1 Infrared Spectroscopy -- 4.2.2 Laser Raman Spectroscopy -- 4.2.3 Inelastic
Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy -- 4.2.4 Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy -- 4.2.5 Ultraviolet-Visible Reflectance Spectroscopy -- 4.2.6 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) -- 4.2.7 Temperature-Programmed
Decomposition -- 4.2.8 High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy -- 4.2.9 Other Methods and General Points -- 4.3 Reactivity -- 4.4 Catalytic Activity -- 4.5 Supported Metals with Simple Structures Derived from Supported
Organometallics -- 4.6 Summary -- References -- 5. Catalysis by Molybdena-Alumina and Related Oxide Systems -- 5.1 Nature of the Catalyst -- 5.2 Nature of the Catalytic Centers -- 5.3 The Chemisorption of Hydrogen on the Catalytic
Centers -- 5.4 Relationships with Catalysis -- References -- 6. Structure and Catalytic Performance of Zeolites -- 6.1 Introduction to Zeolites -- 6.2 Some Structural Considerations -- 6.3 Fundamentals of Catalysis by Zeolites: A
Resumè -- 6.4 Converting a Zeolite to Its Catalytically Active Form -- 6.5 Influence of Intergrowths on Catalytic Performance -- 6.6 Siting and Energetics of Guest Species Inside Zeolite Catalysts -- 6.7 Evaluating Currently Unsolved
Zeolitic Structures -- 6.8 Analogy Between Zeolitic and Selective Oxidation Catalysts -- References -- 7. Structural Characterization of Molecules and Reaction Intermediates on Surfaces Using Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.1 Principles of
X-Ray Absorption -- 7.1.1 General Features -- 7.1.2 Surface Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure -- 7.1.3 Near Edge X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure -- 7.1.4 Apparatus -- 7.2 SEXAFS Studies of Polyatomic Adsorbates -- 7.2.1
Structure of Formate on the Cu{100} Surface -- 7.2.2 Structure of Formate on the Cu{110} Surface -- 7.2.3 Structure of Methoxy on the Cu{100} Surface -- 7.3 NEXAFS Studies of Polyatomic Adsorbates -- 7.3.1 Oxidation Intermediates on
Cu{100} and Cu{110} -- 7.3.2 Hydrocarbons on Pt{111} -- 7.3.3 Sulfur-Containing Hydrocarbons on Pt{111} -- 7.4 Conclusions and Outlook -- References -- 8. Effects of Surface Impurities in Chemisorption and Catalysis -- 8.1 Experimental
Details -- 8.2 Discussion -- 8.2.1 Electronegative Impurities -- a) Chemisorption -- b) Catalytic Activity -- c) Catalytic Selectivity -- 8.2.2 Electroneutral Impurities -- a) Copper Overlayer Structure -- b) Chemisorption -- c)
Catalytic Activity -- 8.2.3 Electropositive Impurities -- a) Chemisorption -- b) Carbon Monoxide Dissociation Kinetics -- c) Methanation Kinetics -- d) Promotion of Higher Hydrocarbon Formation -- e) Electronic Compensation Effects --
8.2.4 Related Theory -- 8.3 Conclusions -- References -- 9. Thermodynamics and Kinetics in Weakly Chemisorbed Phases -- 9.1 Evaluation of the Isosteric Heat and Entropy of Adsorption -- 9.2 Correlation Between Thermodynamic and Kinetic
Experiments -- 9.3 Structural and Thermodynamic Data on Weakly Chemisorbed Phases -- 9.3.1 Phase Diagram for N2 Adsorbed on Ni{110} and Data for N2 on Ni {100} -- 9.3.2 The Isosteric Heat of Adsorption and the Entropy in the Adsorbed
Phase for N2/Ni{110} and N2/NHIOO} -- 9.3.3 Carbon Monoxide on Low-Index Copper Single Surfaces -- 9.3.4 Thermodynamic Measurements at Very Small Coverages -- 9.4 Kinetics in Weakly Adsorbed Phases -- 9.4.1 Adsorption and Desorption
Kinetics -- 9.4.2 Chemical Reactions in Weakly Chemisorbed Phases -- 9.5 Summary -- References -- 10. Kinetic and Spectroscopic Investigations of Surface Chemical Processes -- 10.1 Experimental Methods -- 10.2 Kinetic Studies of
Methanol Decomposition on Ni{111} -- 10.2.1 Isothermal Decomposition of Methanol on Clean Ni{111} -- 10.2.2 Steady-State Kinetics of Methanol Decomposition on Ni {111} -- 10.3 Scanning Kinetic Spectroscopy (SKS) Methods for the Study
of the Decomposition of Alcohols on Ni{111} -- 10.3.1 Rationale for the SKS Method -- 10.3.2 Methanol Decomposition on Ni{111} —SKS Measurements -- 10.3.3 Ethanol Decomposition on Ni{111} Using SKS -- 10.4 Summary of Results --
References -- 11. Raman Spectroscopy of Adsorbed Molecules -- 11.1 Unenhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Adsorbed Molecules -- 11.1.1 Surface Electromagnetic Fields -- 11.1.2 Angle-Resolved Surface Raman Scattering -- 11.1.3 Selection Rules
-- 11.1.4 Examples -- 11.2 Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy -- 11.2.1 Electromagnetic Enhancement -- 11.2.2 Chemical Enhancement -- 11.3 Future Work -- References -- 12. The Time-of-Flight Atom-Probe and Its Application to Surface
Analysis and Gas-Surface Interactions -- 12.1 The Time-of-Flight Atom-Probe -- 12.1.1 Basic Principles -- 12.1.2 Mass Resolution -- 12.1.3 Pulsed High-Voltage Atom-Probes -- 12.1.4 The Pulsed-Laser Time-of-Flight Atom-Probe -- 12.1.5 A
Statistical Method of Counting Single Ions -- 12.1.6 Imaging Atom-Probes -- 12.1.7 A Method for Ion-Reaction-Time Amplification -- 12.2 Structural and Compositional Analysis of Solid Surfaces -- 12.2.1 Atomic Structures of Emitter
Surfaces -- 12.2.2 Compositional Analysis of Surface Atomic Layers: Alloy Segregations and Impurity Segregation -- 12.3 Gas-Surface Interactions -- 12.3.1 Field Adsorption -- 12.3.2 Surface Reactivity in the Formation of H3 -- 12.3.3
Atomic Steps and Reaction Intermediates in Ammonia Synthesis -- 12.4 Ion-Reaction-Time Measurement — Field Dissociation by Atomic Tunneling -- 12.5 Summary -- References -- 13. Field Emission Microscopy—Trends and Perspectives -- 13.1
Historical Background -- 13.2 Some Comments Related to Curved and Planar Surfaces -- 13.3 Field-Electron Emission Microscopy -- 13.3.1 Conceptual -- 13.3.2 The Microscopy -- a) The Microscope -- b) Magnification -- c) Contrast -- d)
Resolution -- e) The Specimen -- f) Criteria for a Clean Surface -- g) Specimen Materials -- 13.3.3 Selected Field-Electron Emission Microscopy Research -- a) Visibility of Atomic and Molecular Objects -- b) Surface Diffusion -- c)
Nucleation and Crystal Growth -- d) Cleaning Platinum Field Emitters -- e) Electron Energy Distributions -- 13.4 Field-Ion Microscopy -- 13.4.1 The Microscopy -- a) The Microscope -- b) The Image -- c) More About Field Evaporation --
d) The Specimen -- 13.4.2 Selected Field-Ion Microscopy Research -- a) Surface Diffusion -- b) Clean-Surface bcc{001} Atomic Structure -- 13.5 Summary and Future Outlook -- References -- 14. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy -- 14.1
Introduction -- 14.2 Experimental Considerations -- 14.3 Tunnel Current and Tunnel Barrier -- 14.3.1 Basic Model Calculations and Approximations -- 14.3.2 Calculations for Nonplanar Tip-Surface Geometries -- 14.3.3 The Effect of the
Image Potential -- 14.3.4 Resolution of the STM -- 14.3.5 Sample Conductivity -- 14.3.6 Effect of Adsorbates -- 14.4 Surface Microscopy -- 14.4.1 Topography of Flat Surfaces -- 14.4.2 Periodic Structures of Single-Crystalline Surfaces
-- 14.4.3 Surface Defects -- 14.4.4 Reactivity and Stability of Surfaces -- 14.4.5 Non-Surface-Science Applications of the STM -- 14.4.6 Surface Diffusion and Surface Mobility -- 14.5 Tunneling Spectroscopy -- 14.5.1 Valence Band
Spectroscopy -- 14.5.2 Resonant Tunneling -- 14.5.3 Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy -- 14.5.4 The Work Function and Work Function Images -- 14.6 Conclusions -- References -- 15. High-Resolution Electron Microscopy in Surface Science --
15.1 Imaging Methods -- 15.1.1 Transmission Electron Microscopy -- 15.1.2 Reflection Electron Microscopy -- 15.2 Instrumentation and Accessories -- 15.3 Survey of Results -- 15.3.1 Bright-Field Transmission Electron Microscopy --
15.3.2 Dark-Field Transmission Electron Microscopy -- 15.3.3 Reflection Electron Microscopy -- 15.3.4 Profile Imaging -- 15.3.5 Dynamic Processes -- 15.3.6 Image Contrast Calculations -- 15.4 Perspective and Outlook -- 15.5 Further
Reading -- References -- 16. Surface Electronic States -- 16.1 Experimental Techniques -- 16.2 Valence Electronic States: Ideal Surfaces -- 16.3 Valence States: New Developments -- 16.4 Core Levels: Surfaces and Interfaces in
Technology -- References -- 17. The Use of Spin-Polarized Electrons in Surface Analysis -- 17.1 Introduction to Spin-Polarized Electrons -- 17.2 Nonmagnetic Materials -- 17.2.1 Electron Diffraction -- 17.2.2 Application of
Spin-Polarized LEED: Spin-Polarization Detectors -- 17.2.3 Photoemission -- 17.2.4 Application of Spin-Polarized Photoemission: Polarized Electron Sources -- 17.3 Magnetic Materials -- 17.3.1 Elastic Electron Scattering -- 17.3.2
Secondary Electron Emission and Magnetic Structure Analysis -- 17.3.3 Electronic Structure and Stoner Excitations -- 17.4 Conclusion -- References -- 18. Inverse Photoemission Spectroscopy -- 18.1 Historical Overview -- 18.2
Instrumentation -- 18.3 Density of States -- 18.4 Band Structures and Surface States -- 18.5 Adsorbate States -- 18.6 Summary and Outlook -- References -- 19. The Structure of Surfaces -- 19.1 Structure of the GaAs{lll}-(2 x2) Surface
-- 19.1.1 Reconstruction Mechanisms on the GaAsdll} Surface -- 19.1.2 Vacancy-Buckling Model of GaAs{lll}-(2×2) -- 19.2 Structure of the GaAs{110}-(l ×1) Surface -- 19.2.1 Surface Relaxation on the {110} Surface -- 19.2.2 Value of the
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Title:Monte-Carlo Methods and Applications in Neutronics, Photonics and Statistical Physics Proceedings of the Joint Los Alamos National Laboratory - Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique Meeting Held at Cadarache Castle, Provence, France April 22–26, 1985
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Date:1985
Note:10.1007/BFb0049029
Contents:Some aspects of nuclear data evaluation at Bruyeres-Le-Chatel (BRC) -- Nuclear data for MCNP -- Main features of the multipurpose Monte-Carlo linear transport code sicomore -- MCNP - a general Monte Carlo code for neutron and photon
transport -- PARTMC : A partticle transport Monte-Carlo code -- Monte Carlo: In the beginning and some great expectations -- Biasing techniques in TRIPOLI-2 system using the Monte Carlo method in three-dimensional geometries -- MCNP
variance reduction overview -- Principle of the random walk method for radiative transfer equations and application -- Implicit Monte Carlo methods and non-equilibrium Marshak wave radiative transport -- Energy conservation in
radiation hydrodynamics. Application to the Monte Carlo method used for photon transport in the fluid frame -- Non deterministic methods for charged particle transport -- Monte-Carlo treatment of nonlinear collisional effects in
charged particle transport -- Methods of Monte Carlo electron transport in particle-in-cell codes -- Monte Carlo methods in classical statistical mechanics -- Equation of state of molecular fluids -- A special purpose computer for the
electrical conductivity of disordered media -- MECA: A multiprocessor concept specialized to Monte Carlo -- High-energy particle Monte Carlo at Los Alamos -- Monte-Carlo algorithms for neural dynamics -- Monte Carlo simulations of
fermion systems: The determinant method -- Monte Carlo sampling strategies for lattice gauge calculations -- Vectorization and multitasking with a Monte Carlo code for neutron transport problems -- Vectorized Monte Carlo neutron
transport -- SABRINA — An interactive solid geometry modeling program for Monte Carlo -- Monte Carlo electron/photon transport -- Adjoint Monte-Carlo method with fictitious scattering in deep penetration and long-distance detector
calculations -- BIAF code for reliability studies -- Biasing in random number space -- Perturbation calculations by the correlated samples method -- Non statistical Monte-Carlo -- Low-discrepancy point sets in transport codes -- A
first collision source method for coupling Monte Carlo and discrete ordinates for localized source problems -- Complementarity of Monte-Carlo and deterministic methods -- Monte-Carlo eigenvalue calculation -- A set of problems solved
by TRIPOLI 2 A 3 D Monte-Carlo system -- Fast breeder reactor neutronic propagation analysis by Monte-Carlo methods -- Application of Monte Carlo methods to criticality calculations for pressurized water reactors -- Benchmark
calculations: Summary of the results presented at the conference -- Group cross sections calculations -- The direct simulation Monte-Carlo method applied to dilute gas dynamics -- Using last event estimator for detection calculations
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Title:Advanced Methods in the Evaluation of Nuclear Scattering Data Proceedings of the International Workshop Held at the Hahn-Meitner-Institut für Kernforschung Berlin, June 18–20, 1985
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Date:1985
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Contents:to ill-posed aspects of nuclear scattering -- Ill-posed nature of inverse problems and their regularization (stability — estimates) -- Statistical regularization -- The Bayesian approach to the analysis of scattering data -- Linear
and nonlinear least squares computing -- The maximum entropy method -- Planning and evaluation of neutron diffraction experiments based on statistical considerations -- Jet analysis in electron-positron annihilation experiments --
Model independent densities from electron scattering -- Model-independent DWBA-analysis of inelastic electron scattering data -- Partial wave analyses of elastic meson-nucleon scattering -- Low energy proton-proton phase shift analysis
-- Optimal polynomial expansions in the nucleon-nucleon phase shift analysis -- Phase-shift analysis in heavy-ion scattering -- Amplitude reconstruction in charged particles scattering -- Resonances and surface waves in nuclear and
particle physics -- The regularization method in heavy-ion optical-potential analyses -- Determination of nuclear optical potentials by inversion -- Comparison of model-independent optical potential analyses -- Inversion as a means of
understanding nuclear potentials -- Model-independent vs. model-dependent potentials for low energy ? and $$\bar p$$ scattering by nuclei -- Impact of Fourier-Bessel analyses on studies of composite particle scattering --
Fourier-Bessel analysis of polarized deuteron scattering -- Modeling direct reactions -- Summary Talk on Advanced methods in the evaluation of nuclear scattering data
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Title:Computer Studies of Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena
Author(s): Ole G Mouritsen
Date:1984
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Note:10.1007/978-3-642-69709-8
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Computer Methods in the Study of Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena -- 2.1 Statistical Mechanics and Phase Transitions -- 2.2 Numerical Simulation Techniques -- 2.3 Exact Configurational Counting and Series
Expansions -- 3. Monte Carlo Pure-model Calculations -- 3.1 Critical Behavior of the Three-dimensional Ising Model -- 3.2 Phase Behavior of Ising Models with Multi-spin Interactions -- 3.3 Thermodynamics of One-dimensional Heisenberg
Models -- 4. Testing Modern Theories of Critical Phenomena -- 4.1 Fluctuation-induced First-order Phase Transitions -- 4.2 Critical Phenomena at Marginal Dimensionality -- 4.3 Basic Assumptions of Critical Correlation Theories -- 5.
Numerical Experiments -- 5.1 Phase Transitions in Lipid Bilayers and Biological Membranes -- 5.2 Nuclear Dipolar Magnetic Ordering and Phase Transitions -- 5.3 Phase Transitions of Adsorbed Monolayers -- 5.4 Kinetics of Growth
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIIth International Colloquium Held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, September 5–11, 1983
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Contents:The use and ultimate validity of invariance principles -- Cohomology and contraction: The “non-relativistic” limit revisited -- Linearization — A unified approach -- Weyl kinematical groups of electromagnetic and energy-momentum
tensors -- From spinors to probability amplitudes of external and internal variables for spinning particles -- A characterizatton of factor systems of locally-operating representations -- Recent developments on shift operators --
Unitary and non-unitary, multiplicity free irreducible representations of SL (3,R) -- The symmetry group of a differential equation -- Group contractions and the E(2)-like little group for massless particles as an
infinite-momentum/zero-mass limit of the 0(3)-like little group for massive particles -- Representation approach to lattices of subgroups of space groups -- Young tableaux for the Lie superalgebra OSP(M/N) -- The associated Lie Algebra
of $$\ddot x$$ + f2 $$\dot x$$ + f1x = f0 -- Three-dimensional commutative diagram of group homomorphisms -- Indecomposable representations of Verma type -- Some recent results on the SU(3)? SO(3) state labelling problem -- Irreducible
projective representations of the generalized symmetric groups B n m -- Indecomposable representations of some graded Lie Algebras -- Stephen Paneitz: A brief appreciation -- Indecomposable representations of the Poincare group and
associated fields -- SL(n,R)/SO(n) unirreps and group decontraction -- Hysteresis & universal bifurcation in natural processes -- Irreducible representations of the basic classical Lie superalgebras SU(m/n) SU(n/n)/U(1) OSp(m/2n) D(2/1
? ) G(3) F(4). -- Group representations in indefinite metric spaces -- Tensor operator realisations of the classical Lie Algebras and non-trivial zeros of the 6j-symbol -- Yang - Baxter algebras of dynamical charges in the chiral gross
- Neveu model -- Subgroups of Lie groups and symmetry reduction for nonlinear partial differential equations -- Spinorial description of Lie superalgebras -- Noetherian symmetries, backlund transformation and conservation laws for a
completely integrable three dimensional system -- Einstein equations without killing vectors, self-dual Yang-Mills field and non-linear sigma models (integrability properties, links, new solutions) -- Jet bundle technique, Lie Bäcklund
vector fields and diffusion equations -- A group-theoretic treatment of Gaussian optics and third-order aberrations -- Study of Michel's conjecture -- Conformally invariant solutions of Yang-Mills equations in Minkowski space -- Two
body relativistic scattering with an 0(1,1) symmetric sqaure well potential -- Emergence of central extension of Kac-Moody algebra in quantum integrable models -- Cohomological interpretation of anomalies the example of the trace
anomaly -- On pure, conformal and exotic spinors -- Pohlmeyer-type transformations in general relativity -- On group covariance and the law of motion in a generalized metric theory -- Minimalization of Higgs potentials with application
to the SU(5) model -- Self-dual monopoles and calorons -- U(1) Invariant hierarchy theories in d-dimension antisymmetric gauge tensor fields -- Generalized connection forms with linearized curvature -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in S4
De Sitter space -- Applications of conformal invariance to gauge Quantum Field Theory -- On the necessity of breaking colour SUC(3) symmetry -- Massive vector superfields with SU(2) internal symmetry -- Supergravity in
eleven-dimensional space-time -- Dimensional reduction of exceptional gauge groups and flavor chirality -- Seven - Spheres from octonions -- A solution of Bianchi identities for extended supergravities -- N=2 unconstrained superfield
supergravity from hypermultiplet -- Euclidean supersymmetries in three and four dimensions -- Gauge theories in higher dimensions: Linear relations for gauge fields, integrability conditions, spherical symmetry in eight dimensions --
Quantum vortices and diff (?3) -- The time dependent Sp(2,?) model for the breathing mode -- The quark structure of nuclei from a group theoretical viewpoint -- Group theoretic approach to spherical anharmonic oscillator -- Operator
averages and orthogonalities -- Advances in the theory of collective motion in nuclei -- Quantum effects in classical phase space: Symplectic structures associated to the scattering of nuclear fragments -- Gamow states in momentum
representation -- Geometry of nuclear collective motions -- Is it possible to separate the kinetic energy and the velocity field into a collective and an intrinsic part W.R.T. the GL+(3,)R) collectivity? -- Computer generated
Clebsch-Gordan (C-G) coefficients for space groups -- Automorphism symmetries of space group representations -- Lattices of symmetric groups S5 and S6 and exomorphism of group-subgroup relations up to index 6 -- A direct-expansion
method for tensor properties of crystals -- Isotropy groups of space groups — A simple method for their determination -- Landau's theory of crystalline phase transitions in a superspace formulation -- Symmetry breaking in solid state
and particle physics -- Counterexamples to the maximality conjecture of Landau-Higgs models -- Some mathematical problems in renormalization group theory -- On the Racah algebra for Shubnikov magnetic groups -- On periodic and
non-periodic space fillings of Em obtained by projection -- Invariants for physically irreducible representations of space groups -- On symmetry aspects of phase transitions with coupled parameters -- Quasisymmetry (P-symmetry) in
crystals -- Braid groups and Euclidean Lie algebras in statistical mechanics of spin systems -- Phase coexistence in many-fermion systems -- Mean field renormalization group approach to lattice models -- Linear-antilinear
representations of magnetic line groups -- Anderson transition and nonlinear ?-model -- Do energy bands in solids have an identity -- Coupling coefficients for the space group of the hexagonal close-packed structure -- Harmonic
analysis on phase space and Born's metric for space time -- Generalized Chebyshev polynomials and characters of GL(N,C) and SL(N,C) (fragments of results) -- Tensor operators as an extension of the universal enveloping algebra -- A
group-theoretical criterion for an Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state -- Group theory algebras and bosonization -- SO(3) commutators for angular momentum and rotation observables -- Integrals of motion of nonstationary quantum systems --
Geometric properties of the lowest energy state for a polynomial Hamiltonian -- Groupes différentiels et physique mathématique -- Gauge invariance and canonical transformations in Dirac generalized mechanics
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Title:Biophysics
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Contents:1 The Structure of Cells (Prokaryotes, Eukaryotes) -- 1.1 Characteristics of Cells -- 1.2 Cell Organelles -- 1.3 Nuclear and Cell Division -- 1.4 Evolution of the Eucyte -- 1.5 Viruses and Bacteriophages -- 2 The Chemical Structure of
Biologically Important Macromolecules -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Nucleic Acids and Their Structure -- 2.3 Proteins and Their Structure -- 3 Structure Determination of Biomolecules by Physical Methods -- 3.1 Size and Shape -- 3.2
Internal Structure -- 3.3 Electron-spin Resonance Spectroscopy -- 3.4 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy -- 4 Intra- and Intermolecular Interactions -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Primary Structure -- 4.3 Interactions Between
Structural Units -- 4.4 Charge-transfer Reaction in Biomolecules -- 4.5 Conformational Transitions in Biopolymers -- 4.6 Polar Interactions, Hydration, Proton Conduction and Conformation of Biological Systems — Infrared Results -- 4.7
Debye-Hückel Theory (Forces between Molecules in Solution) -- 4.8 Polyelectrolytes and Their Interaction -- 5 Mechanisms of Energy Transfer -- 5.1 Photophysics and Photochemistry. General Principles -- 5.2 Energy Transfer Mechanisms --
6 Radiation Biophysics. Ernst-Georg Niemann -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Radiation and Its Measurement -- 6.3 Description and Interpretation of Radiation Action -- 6.4 Molecular Effects of Radiation -- 6.5 Radiation Effects on
Biomolecules and Molecular Structures -- 6.6 Radiation Effects on Cells and Organisms -- 6.7 Radiation Hazards and Radiation Protection -- 7 Isotope Methods Applied in Biology -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Stable and Radioactive Isotopes
-- 7.3 Isotope Effects -- 7.4 Analytic Isotope Application -- 7.5 Some Examples for the Application of Isotopes -- 8 Energetic and Statistical Relations -- 8.1 General -- 8.2 Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics -- 8.3 Energy Flux, ATP,
Transfer Potentials and Coupled Reactions -- 8.4 Statistical Interpretation of Thermodynamic Quantities -- 8.5 Theory of Absolute Reaction Rates -- 8.6 Irreversible Thermodynamics — An Overview -- 8.7 Biological Energy Conservation --
9 Enzymes as Biological Catalysts -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 How do Enzymes work? -- 9.3 How Are Enzymes Regulated? -- 9.4 Protein Structure (Globular Proteins) -- 9.5 Examples -- 9.6 Structural Organization of Proteins -- 10 The
Biological Function of Nucleic Acids -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 DNA Replication -- 10.3 Gene Expression -- 10.4 Regulation of Gene Expression -- 11 Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Self-assembly -- 11.1 General Features -- 11.2 Linear
Association -- 11.3 Equilibrium -- 11.4 Kinetics -- 11.5 Size Distribution and Length Determination -- 11.6 Other Effects -- 12 Membranes -- 12.1 Biomembrane Models -- 12.2 Physical Foundations of the Molecular Organization and
Dynamics of Membranes -- 12.3 Membrane Potentials -- 12.4 Control of Differentiation and Growth by Endogenous Electric Currents -- 12.5 Transport of Matter Through Biological Membranes -- 12.6 Biophysics of Respiratory Gas Transport --
13 Photobiophysics -- 13.1 Photosynthesis -- 13.2 Photomorphogenesis -- 13.3 Bioluminescence -- 14 Biomechanics -- 14.1 The Molecular Physiology of Contractivity and Motility -- 14.2 The Biophysics of Locomotion on Land -- 14.3 The
Biophysics of Locomotion in Water -- 14.4 Th Biophysics of Locomotion in Air -- 14.5 Biostatics -- 14.6 Biomechanics of the Cardiovascular System -- 14.7 Water and Solute Movement in Plants -- 15 Neurobiophysics -- 15.1 Excitation, its
Conduction and Synaptic Transmission -- 15.2 Biophysics of Sensory Mechanisms -- 16 Cybernetics -- 16.1 Information Theory and Communication Theory -- 16.2 Introduction into Cybernetics of Orientation Behavior -- 16.3 System Theory of
Perception Processes -- 16.4 Systems Analytical Behavioral Research: as Illustrated with the Fly -- 16.5 Aspects on Biophysics of Biological Oscillations -- 17 Evolution -- 17.1 Self-organization of Matter and Early Evolution of Life
-- 17.2 From Biological Macromolecules to Protocells - The Principle of Early Evolution -- 17.3 Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Living Systems
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIth International Colloquium Held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey August 23–28, 1982
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (572 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-12291-5
Contents:Non-compact groups and irreducible representations -- Duality theorems in conformal geometry -- Covariant differential operators -- Generalized young tableaux and weight multiplicity for classical Lie groups -- G(2) ? SU(2) x SU(2)
shift operators and scalars -- Generalised young tableaux for Lie algebras and superalgebras -- The DeSitter symmetry of the Dirac equation -- Casimir operators for inhomogeneous classical groups -- Construction and unitary
representations of the non - compact groups of supergravity -- A new look at group orthogonality relations -- Lie supergroups and graded Lie groups -- The invariants of the nondegenerate representations of the group of the pseudo —
orthogonal matrices SO(P,1) -- Topological and algebraic structure of linear problems associated with completely integrable systems -- Infinite dimensional symmetry algebras in integrable systems -- Scattering and transfer in some
group theoretical potentials -- Reduction of supersymmetric ?-models on graded manifolds -- Two dimensional ?-models and harmonic maps from S2 to S2n -- Completely integrable Hamiltonian systems and the separation of variables --
Conformally invariant pure spinor models -- “Exact solvability in chiral and gauge theories” -- An inverse scattering transform technique for stationary Axi-symmetric Einsteins-Maxwell fields -- The symmetric space property and the
embedding problem for stationary Axi-symmetric Einstein-Maxwell fields -- Self-dual Yang-Mills as a totally integrable system -- Constrained Hamiltonian systems -- Backlund problem,differential algebra and group theory -- Are atomic
Hartree-Fock equations linearizable? -- Oscillator-like unitary representations of non-compact groups and supergroups and extended supergravity theories -- Gravity, supergravities and integrable systems -- Free graded differential
superalgebras -- Relativistic wave equations from supergroup quantization -- Generalized Kerr-Schild transformation -- Adding a ?-term to pp-wave solutions of the Einstein field equations -- Aspects of a spin(1,4) gauge theory with
Kaluza-Klein symmetry -- Composite gravity and composite supergravity -- Labelling of irreducible representations of super Lie algebras -- Tensorial properties of incommensurate crystals -- Bifurcations and symmetry changes in crystals
-- The structure of space — Groups'unitary representations -- Band structure of almost periodic potentials -- Space group representations for crystal structure types -- Selection rules for polymers -- Automorphism symmetries of space
group selection rules -- Invariant formulation for the zeros of covariant vector fields -- Associated corepresentations and symmetry of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients -- Generalized and symmetrized Clebsch Gordan coefficients for
antiunitary groups -- Generalized coupling coefficients for space groups -- Active representations of space groups based on the cubic lattice -- Reduced large N models -- Derivation of infinite-component wave equations from field
theory -- Maximal symmetries on potentials and gauge invariance -- Ghosts, Anomalies and the geometry of gauge fields -- Colour algebras and generalized statistics -- The branching rule of Weyl and the quantum number b(?1, ?2, ?3) --
On a new regularization method for Feynman diagrams -- Explicit realization of E8 -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in SU(2) × U(1) in weak coupling limit -- Dynamical unification of fermions and gauge bosons for internal symmetry and
gravity -- Q =I3 + 12Y. WHY? -- Examples of group contraction -- Symmetry breaking in the spectrum generating group and its experimental tests -- Construction of the dynamical symmetry group of the relativistic harmonic oscillator by
the Infeld-Hull factorization method -- Dynamical semigroups for resonances in rigged Hilbert spaces -- Extrema of Landau and Higgs polynomials and zeros of renormalization-group equations -- Group contraction and macroscopic quantum
systems -- The Interacting Boson Model and its connection with group theory -- Boson mappings in nuclear physics. A brief and prejudiced survey -- Does accidental degeneracy imply a symmetry group? -- “A hidden symmetry incollective
excitations of many-body systems” -- The U(6) symmetry in the microscopic collective model -- SO(2n+1) in an [SU(2)]n basis: Symmetric representations -- A formalism for the microscopic interacting boson model with non-degenerate
orbits -- SU(3) in an 0(3) basis: Eigenvalue spectrum of the Q l 0 AND O l 0 operators -- SU(4) in an SO(4) basis : Shift operator technique -- The algebraic geometry of multimonopoles -- Dimensional reduction, spinor fielks and
characteristic classes -- Graded bundles in the Ogievetsky-Sokatchev supergravity -- Analysis and comparison of different ways of identification of spin functions variables -- A generalized imprimitivity theorem for a class of POV —
measures -- Inversions in twistor space -- Physical group theory and Euclidean space -- Some aspects of random walks on groups -- Ising model on finitely presented groups -- Self-triality in statistical mechanics and field theory --
Symmetries of finite hard rod systems -- Influences of lattice dimension d and character of spin-interactions on the thermodynamics of Ising models -- Gauge invariance in the strong coupling BCS-model -- On the algebraic properties of
the Luttinger model -- Dynamical groups and coexistence phenomena
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Title:Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories Proceedings of the Second International Conference Held at Oaxtepec, Mexico, January 12–17, 1981
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (182 p.)
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Contents:Mean-field approximations to the many-body S-matrix -- Quantum mean-field theory of collective dynamics and tunneling -- Modern theories of irreversible phenomena and entropy Some applications to nuclear physics -- Non trivial
Hartree-Fock studies in the thermodynamic limit -- Nuclear forces and nuclear matter including pions and isobars -- Recent developments in the bonn potential and its application in nuclear matter -- Search for basic properties of the
nucleon-nucleon interaction -- Relativistic quantum field approach to nuclear matter and nuclei -- Path integrals, boson expansions and mean field approximations -- Applications of generalized holstein-primakoff transformations to
problems of nuclear collective motion -- Theory of metal surfaces: Variational calculation using a correlated wave function -- Many-body effects in the optical properties of quasi-two dimensional systems -- Non-local effects in the
electromagnetic properties of interfaces -- Calculation of the coefficients of the nuclear mass formula -- Coupled clusters and coulomb correlations -- Calculation of gaps of superconductors by Coupled Cluster Methods (CCM) --
Correlated Bcs theory -- Microscopic Parameters for Superconductivity -- Phonons in superconducting Pd-H(D) alloys using the coherent potential approximation with off-diagonal disorder -- Recent progress in the understanding of
strongly coupled coulomb systems -- The perturbation theory approach to the ground state energy in an infinite fermion system -- Brueckner-bethe calculations of nuclear matter -- Coupled Cluster Description of Relativistic Many Body
Systems -- Variational matrix pade approximants applied to few body problems -- Nuclear matter and nuclear hamiltonian -- Excitations and transport in quantum liquids -- Quasiparticle properties in nuclear matter -- New approaches to
the study of collective excitations in strongly-interacting fermi systems -- Impurity quasiparticle as a weak inhomogeneity -- Effective free energy for nonlinear dynamics -- Green's function monte carlo and the many-fermion problem --
The stochastic solution of the many-body Schroedinger equation for fermions -- Recent developments and future prospects in CBF theory -- Optimal Jastrow correlations for Fermi liquids -- CBF perturbation corrections to the Jastrow
ground-state of the electron gas -- Correlations in bose fluids -- Model hamiltonian for superfluidity -- Consequences of defects on lattice vibrations semiclassical theory -- Spin-alignment in condensed atomic hydrogen -- The
born-green-yvon theory of fermion quantum fluids -- Statistical theories of large atoms and molecules -- Electrons, phonons and the optical properties of small metallic particles -- Atomic exchange energy as a density functional --
Liouvillian propagator technique for perturbed wave functions, level shifts and broadenings of composite particles in a many-body medium -- Density functionals from models of the electronic charge density -- Effective hamiltonian
theory: Recent formal results and non-nuclear applications -- Applications of moment methods to finite nuclei -- Variational calculations on light nuclei -- Study of light nuclei from 4He to 40Ca with the faht cluster expansion --
Three-body forces in nuclei -- Role of isobars in nuclear independent particle motion -- Hyperons in nuclear matter — an impurity problem -- Pion condensation, equation of state of dense matter and neutron stars -- Structure of
baryonic system with pion condensation and its implication in neutron star problems -- Nucleon superfluidity under pion condensation -- Spin-isospin order: critical density in nuclear matter and a possible realization in nuclei --
Group theory and collective degrees of freedom in nuclear many body systems -- List of Papers not contained in the Proceedings
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Title:Theory and Applications of Moment Methods in Many-Fermion Systems
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Contents:Elementary Principles of Spectral Distribution -- Limits of Thermodynamic Models for Nuclear Level Densities -- Statistical Properties from High Resolution Proton Resonance Reactions -- Nuclear Level Densities in Astrophysics --
Astrophysical Opacities and Moment Methods in the Interpretation of Spectral Observation in Atomic Spectra -- Special Topics in Spectral Distributions -- On the Averages of Operators in Finite Fermion Systems -- Moment Techniques in
Atomic and Molecular Scattering Theory -- The Representative-Vector Method for Calculating Operator Moments -- Phenomenological Approach to Nuclear Level Densities -- Stieltjes-Tchebycheff Moment-Theory Approach to Photoeffect Studies
in Hilbert Space -- Polynomial Expansions and Transition Strengths -- Moment Methods and Lanczos Methods -- Spectral Distributions and Symmetries -- Calculation of Spin Cutoff Parameters using Moment Techniques -- Group Symmetries and
Information Propagation -- Level Densities in Nuclear Physics -- Spectral Methods Applied to Ising Models -- The Partition Function as a Laplace Transform of a Positive Measure in the Strength Parameter -- Application of Spectral
Distributions in Effective Interaction Theory -- Beta Decay and Strength Distributions -- Study of Effective Interactions and Models in Nuclei Using the Moment Method -- Realistic Hamiltonians for No-Core Moment Methods Studies --
Fixed-J Moments: Exact Calculations -- Radial Densities of Nuclear Matter and Charge Via Moment Methods -- Sum Rules, Strength Distributions and Giant Resonances -- Participants
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Seventh International Colloquium and Integrative Conference on Group Theory and Mathematical Physics, Held in Austin, Texas, September 11–16, 1978
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (547 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-09238-2
Contents:The group theory and fundamental physics foundation -- The Wigner Medal -- Tribute to Eugene P. Wigner by A. Böhm -- Tribute to Valentine Bargmann by Eugene Wigner -- Solitons -- Semi-classical results in quantum field theory -- Some
classical solutions of SU (2) Yang-Mills equations -- Collapsons: New nonlinear excitations -- The excited states of the Prasad-Sommerfield soliton and its SU(3)-generalization -- Geometry for solitons and inverse scattering --
Instantons and embeddings -- A consistent quantization procedure for non-linear problems -- A Lienard-Wiechert type of solution in SU(2) -- Application of the boson polynomials of U(n) to physical problems -- Unitary group approach to
molecular electronic structure -- Shift operators for the classical groups -- Computer programs for the reduction of Kronecker products and symmetrized Kronecker powers of space group irreducible representations -- A new method for
calculating Clebsch-Gordan coefficients -- A biological field theory of evolution -- General Flodmark-Blokker method for irreducible representatives -- Group structure for general lattice systems and surface tension -- Dynamical
symmetries of the time-dependent Lewis-Riesenfeld harmonic oscillator -- Induced representations and spontaneous molecular symmetry breaking -- “Phase ordering” and symmetry in Hg3-?AsF6 -- On the application of group theory to the
renormalization-group method -- Renormalization group theory of structural phase transitions in A-15: Pm3n-Oh 3 -- “Structure of the images of the irreducible linear representations of the crystallographic little space groups” --
Unitary group formulation of Hartree-Fock theory -- On Symmetries of infinite macrosystems in a standard representation -- Geometry of collective motion -- On labeling the basis in Gln and identifying the racah algebra with SN --
Dynamical groups of parametrized systems: Atomic supermultiplets -- Geometrically formulated gauge dynamics for extended hadrons -- Fundamental length hypothesis in a Gauge theory context -- Superunified theories in superspace --
Relativity principles and fibre bundles -- Dynamical groups for the motion of relativistic composite systems -- Clebsch-Gordon coefficients for the holomorphic discrete series -- Deformation cohomology of the primitive infinite lie
algebras -- Interactions in a model of extended particles -- Rigorous results in lattice and continuum Gauge quantum field theories -- A unitary relativistic wave equation exhibiting extended particle structure -- Line space
construction of non-self-dual Yang-Mills fields -- An explicit model exhibiting mass and spin mixing -- The ambiguity group for canonical transformations in classical mechanics and its role in their representation in quantum mechanics
-- Generating functions for characters of group representations and their applications -- Phase space representations of the Poincaré group & their applications to relativistic particle dynamics -- On subgroups of physical symmetry
groups and their invariant “electromagnetic” fields and potentials -- Covariant observables and instruments -- Quantum spin systems, fermi systems and group extensions -- Review of research on presymmetry -- On the four Euclidean
conformal group structure of the Sturmian operator -- An SL(2,R) approach to Schrödinger spectral problem with pseudosingular potential -- Ergodic Theory in von Neumann algebras -- SU(2) harmonic analysis as a basis for quantization --
Some new aspects of Cayley-quantum theory -- Application of quasiclassical methods to uniaxial spin systems -- Mathematical remarks to resonances and their Eigenfunctionals in decay-scattering systems, demonstrated by means of
Friedrich's model. -- Quatum decay processes and quatum dynamical semigroups -- Unstable quantum states and rigged Hilbert spaces -- Irreversible processes in quantum theory -- Analytic continuation in decay-scattering system -- On the
inverse problem of the abstract relativistic scattering theory -- The rigged Hilbert space and decaying states -- Excitation and decay of a multilevel atom -- Dynamical spin spreading of unstable particles in four models -- Sequential
decays of open quantum systems -- Quantization via the imprimitivity systems and superselection rules -- A class of soluble one particle models -- Resonances in quantum mechanics over phase space -- Complex mass and field operator for
unstable particle -- A canonical description of semigroup law for unstable systems -- Deformation of symplectic structure and quantization -- Presymplectic Hamilton and Lagrange systems, Gauge transformations and the Dirac theory of
constraints -- Deformation theory and quantization -- On certain events in geometric quantization -- Kostant-Souriau quantization of Robertson-Walker cosmologies with a scalar field -- Infinite-dimensional Lie groups and quantum
dynamical systems -- Geometric quantization of nuclear collective models -- Idea and application of spectrum-generating SU(3) and SU(4) -- Baryon semileptonic decays-spectrum generating SU(3) and the Cabibbo Model --
Spectrum-generating SU(3) and local current algebra -- The effect of the choice of wave functions on theoretical predictions for symmetry breaking processes: A view from the DKP formalism -- Algebraic approach to hadrons without seeing
quarks -- Gauge invariance with massive Gauge bosons -- Group teoretical interpretation of relativistic hardonis structures -- A simple broken-symmetry treatment of the ground and radially excited state mesons and the ?+? P ? decay --
Self-dual Gauge fields and space-times -- Torsion and quantum gravity -- Surface deformations, their square root and the signature of spacetime -- The role of group theory in the quest for exact solutions of Einstein's field equations:
Some recent developments -- On group covariant physical laws and gravitation -- On the exact solutions of Tomimatsu-Sato family for stationary axial-symmetric gravitational fields -- Remarks to homogeneous solutions of Einstein's field
equations -- Description of particles with internal structure in general relativity -- Symmetries and statistical behavior in fermion systems -- SU3 symmetry and integral kernels for nuclear cluster problems -- Dynamical symmetries in
nuclei -- Recent work on collective motion -- The calculation of 6j symbols for compact groups -- Application of group theory to composite nuclear particl interactions -- Contravariant form for infinite-dimensional Lie algebras and
superalgebras -- Dual sets in associative algebras and generalized Lie algebras -- Molien function for a symmetric group -- Generalized Lie algebras -- Superconforial group and quark-like fermionic coordinates -- Parafields and
supergroup transformations -- Supermanifolds -- Graded G-structures -- Space-time properties of supergravity -- The Gauge group and geometry of supergravity -- Recent developments in superconformal gravity -- Geometrization in
superspace and local supersymmetry -- Superfield supergravity -- How to build hadron multiplets from stable particles -- Structure of the multiquark meson states -- Octonionic structures in particle physics -- Multilocal field theory
-- Multiquark states -- UN the Eriksenlike form of the Melosh transformation and its group theoretical interpretation -- Working with H.A. Kramers in SU(4) -- Dynamical groups and the quarkonium problem -- Weight multiplicities of the
exceptional Lie groups -- Conserved currents and symmetries of the S-matrix -- Group theoretical aspects of more-than-four quark models -- Infinite unitary group, quarks, unitary symmetry
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Fourth International Colloquium, Nijmegen 1975
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Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (635 p.)
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Contents:Magnetic monopoles and non-abelian gauge groups -- Present status of supersymmetry -- Monopole theories with strings and their applications to meson states -- Quarks and the Poincare group SU(6) x SU(3) as a classification group for
baryons -- Wave equations for extended hadrons -- Covariance principle and covariance group in presence of external E.M. Fields -- Dynamical SU(3) model for strong interactions and ? particles -- Local and global equivalence of
projective representations -- Invariant e'quations on the fibre bundles -- Gauge groups in local field theory and superselection rules -- The algebraic method in representation theory -- Geometric quantization and graded Lie algebras
-- Construction explicite de l'indice de Maslov. Applications -- Twistor theory and geometric quantization -- Quantisation as deformation theory, -- Relativistic canonical systems: A geometric approach to their space-time structure and
symmetries -- Propagators in quantum mechanics on multiply connected spaces -- On the quantisation of the Kepler manifold -- On wave functions in geometric quantization -- Dynamical prequantization, spectrum-generating algebras and the
classical Kepler and harmonic oscillator problems -- Weyl quantisation on a sphere -- Conformal group, quantization, and the Kepler problem -- Exceptional groups and elementary particles -- A propos des brisures spontanés de symétrie
-- Geometry of generalized coherent states -- Coherent states for boson systems in quantum field theory and statistical mechanics -- Coherent states and Pippard networks -- The algebraic approach to nuclear structure problems -- Lie
Groups and the Jahn-Teller Effect for a Color Center -- Symmetries and statistics in nuclear physics -- Group theory in polymer physics -- Group theoretical approach to bloch electrons in antiferromagnets -- U (5) ? O (5 )? o (3) and
the exact solution for the problem of quadrupole vibrations of the nucleus -- Wave vector selection rules for space groups -- A chemist looks at the structure of symmetry groups -- Cacnonical transformations and gaussian integral
kernels in nuclear physics -- Crystals as dynamical systems : A new class of models -- Non linear canonical transformations and their representations in quantum mechanics -- Invariance groups of young operators pauling numbers --
Applications of Group Theory to Nuclear Reactions : A Critical Survey -- The canonical resolution of the multiplicity problem for U(3): An explicit and complete constructive solution -- On space-time groups -- Frame's conjugating
representation and group extensions -- Symmetries of differential equations in mathematical physics -- On the determination of factor systems of PUA — representations -- Complex extension of the representation of the symplectic group
associated with the canonical commutation relations -- Continuous unitary projective representations of Polish groups: The BMS-group -- The Hilbert space L2(SU(2)) as a representation space for the group (SU(2) × SU(2)) ? S2 --
Induction from a normal nilpotent subgroup -- Spinor representations -- Weight multiplicities for the classical groups -- Casimir operators of subalgebras of the Poincare Lie algebra and of real Lie algebras of low dimension -- The
maximal solvable subalgebras of the real classical lie algebras. II -- Physics and deformation theory of finite and infinite Lie algebras -- Wigner 3j-symbols and the Lorentz group -- Description of symmetries in indefinite metric
spaces -- Partial diagonalization of Bethe-Salpeter type equations -- Group structure for classical lattice systems of arbitrary spin -- Equivalent Lagrangians and quasicanonical transformations -- Group theory of massless Boson fields
-- Some considerations about Nelson's derivation of Schroedinger equation -- The “Galilean” components of a position operator for the photon -- Group theoretic aspects of Gibbs space -- Approximate symmetry -- Cohomology of the action
differential forms -- Correlation inequalities in a class of lattice systems in statistical mechanics -- What is so “special” about “relativity”?
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Title:Symposia on Theoretical Physics and Mathematics 8 Lectures presented at the 1967 Fifth Anniversary Symposium of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences Madras, India
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Contents:A General Outlook on the Quasars -- On the Unification of Physical Theories -- A Note on the Representations of Dirac Groups -- Relativistic Wave Equations for Higher Spin and Their Quantization -- Contributions to the Relativistic
Generalization of the Kinetic Theory of Gases and Statistical Mechanics -- Variational Methods in Scattering Theory -- The (?+, 2p) Reactions on Nuclei -- Muon Capture as a Probe for Nuclear Structure -- Functional Differential
Equations -- On Some Convex Functions and Related Inequalities -- On Harmonic Differential Forms in a General Manifold -- Developments in the Theory of Univalent Functions -- Generalized Analytic Continuation -- Congruent Embedding
into Boolean Vector Spaces -- Raikov Systems -- Certain Problems in the Design of Programmed-Motion Systems -- Author Index
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Title:Nuclidic Masses Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Nuclidic Masses, Vienna, Austria July 15–19, 1963
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Date:1964
Size:1 online resource (474 p.)
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Contents:Session I. Theoretical -- Paper 1. Nuclear Masses and Nucleosynthesis -- Paper 2. Mass Laws and Nucleosynthesis -- Paper 3. Semi-Empirical Analysis of Nuclear Masses -- Paper 4. Empirical Separation Energies and the BCS Pairing Theory
-- Paper 5. A New Nuclidic Mass Law -- Paper 6. Semi-Empirical Interpretation of Nuclear Masses and Deformations -- Paper 7. Construction of an Extended Nuclidic Mass Table -- Paper 8. Status Report on Atomic Masses -- Paper 9.
Considerations about Programming Mass Adjustments -- Paper 10. Some Statistical Problems in the Computation of Nuclidic Mass Formulae -- Session II. Fundamental Constants -- Paper 1. The Proton Gyromagnetic Ratio as a Nuclear Standard
-- Paper 2. Precision ?-Ray Wavelength Measurement by Crystal Diffraction -- Paper 3. Precision Measurements on the Muon, Muonium, Positronium, and Helium as Related to the Fundamental Atomic Constant -- Paper 4. The Most Probable
Up-to-Date Value of the Normal Molecular Volume V0 of an Ideal Ga -- Paper 5. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and its Interest in the Values of the Fundamental Constants -- Paper 6. Present Status of our Knowledge
of the Numerical Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants -- Session III. Energy Differences Between Nuclear States -- Paper 1. Systematics of Single Particle Levels -- Paper 2. Separation Energies of Nucleon Pairs -- Paper 3. Mass
Systematics Involving Low-Lying Excited States -- Paper 4. Nuclidic Masses and Structure of Nuclei -- Session IV. Calibration Energies for Nuclear Measurements -- Paper 1. Energies of Natural Alpha Radiators -- Paper 2. The Energy of
Polonium Alpha Particles as Determined by Different Methods -- Paper 3. Atomic Effects on Nuclear Reaction Yield Curves -- Paper 4. Nuclear Resonance Energies -- Paper 5. Absolute Energy Standards for Van de Graaff Accelerators --
Paper 6. Recommended Values of Calibration Energies -- Session V. Nuclear Q-Value Determinations -- Paper 1. Q-Value Measurements at M. I. T. -- Paper 2. Nuclear Reaction Measurements at the National University of Mexico -- Paper 3.
Q-Value Measurements at the University of Pittsburgh -- Paper 4. The Relative Masses of Some Uranium Isotopes Determined from Nuclear Reaction Studies -- Paper 5. Accurate Measurements of (p, n) Thresholds in the Proton Energy Range 5
to 10 MeV. -- Paper 6. Q-Values as Measured Through Resonance Energies -- Session VI. Mass Values from Mass Spectroscopy -- Paper 1. Some Atomic Masses in the Region from Gallium Through Molybdenum -- Paper 2. Atomic Masses from
Ruthenium to Xenon -- Paper 3. Recent Mass Values Obtained at McMaster University -- Paper 4. Mass Differences of Doublets Involving H, D, C, N and O. -- Paper 5. A Direct Determination of the3H—3He Mass Difference -- Paper 6. Nuclidic
Masses and Binding Energies of Nuclei from Samarium to Lutetium -- Summation of the Conference
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Call number:QC793.47.S83::2013 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Data analysis in high energy physics: a practical guide to statistical methods
Author(s): Olaf Behnke (ed.)
Kevin Kroninger (ed.),
Gregory Schott (ed.)
Thomas Schorner-Sadenius (ed.)
Date:2013
Publisher:Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH
Size:419 p
ISBN:9783527410583
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics),Data processing.
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Call number:QC793.47.S83.N37::2014 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Statistical analysis techniques in particle physics: fits, density estimation and supervised learning
Author(s): Ilya. Narsky
Frank Clifford Porter
Date:2013
Publisher:Weinheim: Wiley-VCH
Size:459 p
Contents:Why We Wrote This Book and How You Should Read It -- Parametric Likelihood Fits -- Goodness of Fit -- Resampling Techniques -- Density Estimation -- Basic Concepts and Definitions of Machine Learning -- Data Preprocessing -- Linear Transformations a nd Dimensionality Reduction -- Introduction to Classification -- Assessing Classifier Performance -- Linear and Quadratic Discriminant Analysis, Logistic Regression, and Partial Least Squares Regression -- Neural Networks -- Local Learning and Kernel Exp a nsion -- Decision Trees -- Ensemble Learning -- Reducing Multiclass to Binary -- How to Choose the Right Classifier for Your Analysis and Apply It Correctly -- Methods for Variable Ranking and Selection -- Bump Hunting in Multivariate Data -- Software P ac kages for Machine Learning -- Appendix A: Optimization Algorithms.
ISBN:9783527410866
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics), Statistical methods
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Call number:QC787.P3T94::2004 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Contemporary accelerator physics
Author(s): Stephan I. Tzenov
Date:2004
Contents:1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Single Particle Dynamics 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Hamiltonian Formalism 1.3 Canonical Transformations 1.4 Electric and Magnetic Fields 1.5 Synchro-Betatron Formalism in Beam Dynamics
2. Linear Betatron Motion 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The Transfer Matrix 2.3 Hill's Equation and Floquet's Theorem 2.4 Twiss Parameters and Courant-Snyder Invariant 2.5 Action-Angle Variables and Beam Emittance 2.6 Adiabatic Damping of Betatron Oscillations
3. Nonlinear Resonances of Betatron Oscillations 3.1 Introduction 3.2 General Description and Basic Properties of a Nonlinear Res- onance 3.3 The Method of Effective Potential 3.4 Stability Analysis of Third and Fourth Order Resonances 3.5 The Method of Successive Linearization 3.6 Adiabatic Crossing of a Nonlinear Resonance 3.7 Periodic Crossing of a Nonlinear Resonance
4. Canonical Perturbation Theory 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Classical Perturbation Theory 4.3 Effect of Linear and Nonlinear Perturbations in One Dimension 4.4 Secular Perturbation Theory 4.5 The Method of Formal Series 4.6 Renormalization Transformation for Two Resonances
5. Special Methods in Accelerator Theory 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Renormalization Group Method 5.3 The Method of Multiple Scales 5.4 Renormalization Group Analysis of Hill's Equation 5.5 Renormalization Group Reduction of Nonlinear Resonances 5.6 Reduction of Nonlinear Resonances Using the Method of Multiple Scales 5.7 Renormalization Group Reduction of Hamilton's Equations of Motion
6. Transfer Maps 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Nonlinear Transfer Maps of Betatron Motion 6.3 Linear Transfer Maps 6.4 The Henon Map 6.5 Resonance Structure of the Henon Map 6.6 Renormalization Group Reduction of a Generic Transfer Map 6.7 The Standard Chirikov-Taylor Map
7. Statistical Description of Charged Particle Beams 7.1 Introduction 7.2 The Liouville Theorem and the Liouville Equation 7.3 Ensemble of Identical Macroscopic Systems 7.4 The Method of Microscopic Phase Space Density 7.5 The Equation for the Microscopic Phase Space Density with a Small Source 7.6 The Generalized Kinetic Equation 7.7 The Balescu-Lenard Kinetic Equation 7.8 The Landau Kinetic Equation 7.9 The Approximate Collision Integral and the Generalized Ki- netic Equation
8. Statistical Description of Non Integrable Hamiltonian Systems 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Projection Operator Method 8.3 Renormalization Group Reduction of the Liouville Equation 8.4 Modulational Diffusion 8.5 The Liouville Operator and the Frobenius-Perron Operator
9. The Vlasov Equation 9.1 Introduction 9.2 The Vlasov Equation for Collisionless Beams 9.3 The Hamiltonian Formalism for Solving the Vlasov Equation 9.4 Propagation of an Intense Beam Through a Periodic Focus- ing Lattice 9.5 Propagation of an Intense Beam with a Uniform Phase-Space Density 9.6 Dynamical Equations for the Beam Envelope and for the Mean Emittance 9.7 Solution of the Equations for the Boundary Curves 9.8 Description of Beam Dynamics in Terms of Lagrangian Vari- ables 9.9 Landau Damping
10. Nonlinear Waves and Turbulence in Intense Beams 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Renormalization Group Reduction of the Hydrodynamic Equations 10.3 The Parametric Wave-Particle Resonance 10.4 The Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation for a Single Mode 10.5 Nonlinear Damped Waves in Intense Beams 10.6 Fluctuation Spectrum and Turbulence
ISBN:9812389008
Keywords: Particle accelerators , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Betatron oscillations , Betatrons , Solitons
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Call number:QC784.H537 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:High energy and nuclear physics data handbook
Author(s): William Galbraith (ed.)
W.S.C. Williams (ed.)
Date:1964
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:National Institute for Nuclear Science, Rutherford High Energy Laboratory: Chilton [Eng]
Size:1 volume (loose-leaf)
Contents:I. General Data: Atomic and Nuclear Constants, II. Particle Date, III. Materials: Atomic and Nuclear Properties, IV. Bubble Chambers, V. Nuclear Emulsions, VI. Cerenkov Counters, VII. Ionization Loss, Range and Staggling of Charged Particles, VIII. Multiple Scattering of Charged Praticles, IX. Relativistic Kinematics, X. Density of Final States in Interactions, XI. Production Threshold Energies of Particles, XII. Beam Design Notes, XIII. Parameters of Beam Transport Equipment for Nimrod, XIV. Statistical Methods in the Treatment of Experimental Data
Keywords: Nuclear physics - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Call number:QC776.L995::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Statistics for Nuclear and Particle Physicists
Author(s): Louis Lyons
Date:1986
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]
Size:226 pgs.
Contents:1. Experimental Errors, 2. Probability and Statistics, 3. Distributions, 4. Parameter Fitting and Hypothesis Testing, 5. Detailed Examples of Fitting Procedures, 6. Monte Carlo Calculations
Appendices: I. Background Subtraction Procedures, II. The Number of Constraints in Kinematic Fitting
ISBN:0521255406
Keywords: Nuclear Physics Statistical Methods.
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Call number:QC21.2.T75::1996 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Princeton guide to advanced physics
Author(s): Alan C. Tribble
Date:1996
Publisher:Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press
Size:397 p
Contents:ch. 1. Mathematical methods -- ch. 2. Classical mechanics -- ch. 3. Electrodynamics -- ch. 4. Optics -- ch. 5. Fluid dynamics -- ch. 6. Plasma physics -- ch. 7. Relativity -- ch. 8. Quantum mechanics -- ch. 9. Atomic physics -- ch. 10. Nuclear phys ics -- ch. 11. Statistical physics -- ch. 12. Solid state physics.
ISBN:9780691026626 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Keywords: Physics
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Call number:QC174.8.F928 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Probability and Statistics in Particle Physics
Author(s): A.G. Frodesen 1938-
O. Skjeggestad
H. Tofte
Date:1979
Publisher:Universitetsforlaget, Bergen
Size:501 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Probability and Statistics, 3. General Properties of Probability Distribution, 4. Special Probability Distributions, 5. Sampling Distributions, 6. Comparison of Experimental DAta with Theory, 7. Statistical Inference from Normal Samples, 8. Estimation of Parameters, 9. The Maximum-Likelihood Method, 10. The Least-Squares Method, 11. The Method of Mometns, 12. A Simple Case Study with Application of Different Parameter Extimation Methods, 13. Minimization Prodedures, 14. Hypothesis Testing
Appendices: A-1 the Binomial Distriubtion, A-2 The Cumlative Binormial Distriubtion, A-3 The Poisson Distribution, A-4 The Cumulative Poisson Distribution, A-5 The Standard Normal Probability Density Function, A-6 The Cumulative Standard Normal Distribution, A-7 Percentage Points of the Student's T-Distribution, A-8 Percentage Points of the Chi-Square Distribution, A-9 Percentage Points of the F-Distribution, A-10 Percentage Points of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov Statistic, A-11 Critical Values of the run Statistics, A-12 Critical Values of the Wilcoxon Rank Sum Statistic
ISBN:8200019063
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Statistical Methods. , Probabilities
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