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For a realistic description of optical processes in solid materials, it is essential to go beyond the simple picture of the ... The few examples given above represent only a small subset of several further phenomena which demonstrate that the coherent ... As a result of the many-body Coulomb interaction and possibly further interaction processes, the transition energy Δ ε k {\ ... To consistently treat this phenomenon of disorder induced dephasing the SBEs need to be solved including biexciton correlations ...
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Understanding the processes that form meander cutoffs can allow one to predict how a river will evolve in the future which is ... Subhasisch., Dey, (2013-01-01). Fluvial hydrodynamics : sediment transport and scour phenomena. Springer. ISBN 9783642190612. ... When either of these meander cutoff processes takes place a bend of the river is left behind forming, in many instances, an ... "Meandering rivers , Rivers , Earth processes , OneGeology Kids , eXtra , OneGeology". www.onegeology.org. Retrieved 2017-05-12 ...
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... cluster processes, Matérn hard-core processes, and Strauss and Ginibre processes. For example, Matérn hard-core processes are ... The study of discontinuous phenomena. In Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc, volume 15, page 310, 1909. E. Gilbert and H. Pollak. Amplitude ... soft-core processes have point repulsion that ranges somewhere between the hard-core processes and Poisson processes (which ... The shot noise process inspired more formal mathematical work in the field of point processes, often involving the use of ...
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London: Process Press. ch. 8 Young, R. M. (1989). "Transitional phenomena: production and consumption", in B. Richards, ed., ... Transitional objects and phenomena, he said, are neither subjective nor objective but partake of both. In Mental Space, Robert ... London: Process Press. Creature Comforts, People and Their Security Objects by Barbara Collopy O'Halloran and Photographed by ... A transitional object can be used in this process. The transitional object is often the first "not me" possession that really ...
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... stresses not only the process of change but also the responses to that change. It also looks at internal ... The Protestant Ethic and Modernization: A Comparative View (1968) Gavrov, Sergey (2005). "The phenomenon of modernization". ... Modernization theory is used to explain the process of modernization within societies. Modernization refers to a model of a ... Berman, however, concludes that a process of democratization was underway in Imperial Germany, for "during these years Germans ...
These are not merely photobiological phenomena; light pollution acts by interrupting critical dark-requiring processes. But ... In many of these biological processes the critical point is the length of the dark period rather than that of the light. For ... An important aspect of any scotobiological phenomenon is the level and quality (wavelength) of light that is below the ... threshold of detection for that phenomenon and in any specific organism. This important variable in scotobiological studies is ...
Leal, L. Gary (2007). Advanced Transport Phenomena: Fluid Mechanics and Convective Transport Processes. Cambridge University ... Scaling of Navier-Stokes equation refers to the process of selecting the proper spatial scales - for a certain type of flow - ... Following appropriate selecting of scales for the non-dimensionalization process, this leads to identification of small terms ... 2002). Asymptotic Modelling of Fluid Flow Phenomena. Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications. 64. Kluwer Academic Publishers. ISBN ...
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... engineers need their models to behave more like the real process. Many processes include aftereffect phenomena in their inner ...
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Maser phenomena of the recombination lines of the hydrogen atom. Maser emission in star-forming regions. Maser emission in late ... Non-thermal processes in stellar magnetospheres. Interaction of stars and remnants of supernova with the interstellar medium. ...
This phenomenon is known as 'visual confusion'. The brain naturally guards against double vision. In an attempt to avoid double ... Diplopia can be one of the first signs of a systemic disease, particularly to a muscular or neurological process, and it may ... This relationship also gives rise to an associated phenomenon of binocular diplopia, although one that is rarely noted by those ... vision, the brain can sometimes ignore the image from one eye; a process known as suppression. The ability to suppress is to be ...
Sensory processing[edit]. Early models of sensory processing understood within a theoretical framework are credited to Horace ... collaborate closely with experimentalists in analyzing novel data and synthesizing new models of biological phenomena. ... Koch, Christof (1999). Biophysics of computation: information processing in single neurons. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford ... Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS)- a leading annual conference covering other machine learning topics as well. ...