*Ambiguous image

The more complex the scene is, the longer it takes to process and add to the representation. Figures drawn in a way that avoids ... Classic examples of this phenomenon are the Necker cube, and the rhombille tiling (viewed as an isometric drawing of cubes). ... These illusory contours are processed by the brain in a similar way as real contours. The visual system accomplishes this by ... This allows perception to be fast and easy by observing patterns and familiar images rather than a slow process of identifying ...

*Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems

Wolfgang Pietsch (11 July 2008). Agglomeration Processes: Phenomena, Technologies, Equipment. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 469-. ISBN ...

*Beyond the Pleasure Principle

... called attention to a whole range of human phenomena and processes". Thus for example André Green has suggested that Freud " ... The process is analogous to the creation and exhaustion of a battery. This pressure for molecular diffusion can be called a " ... In sections IV and V, Freud posits that the process of creating living cells binds energy and creates an imbalance. It is the ... Freud eventually decided that he could find a clinical manifestation of the death instinct in the phenomenon of masochism, " ...

*Roderick Melnik

Unraveling coupled multiscale phenomena in quantum dot nanostructures , Nanotechnology, 20, 125402, 2009 Coarse-graining RNA ... processes, and systems. His recent significant contributions are in the analysis of mutual influence between quantum and ... He is a leading computational analyst, well known for his contributions to the analysis of coupled multiscale phenomena, ...

*Splat quenching

Kang, B.; Waldvogel J.; Poulikakos D. (1995). "Remelting phenomena in the process of splat solidification". Journal of ... The process of splat quenching involves rapid quenching or cooling of molten metal. A typical procedure for splat quenching ... Products that are formed through this process have a crystal structure that is near-amorphous, or non-crystalline. They are ... In the splat quenching process, the metals are very soft and have a superparamagnetic, shifting polarity, behavior because of ...

*Geography

Geographers study the space and the temporal database distribution of phenomena, processes, and features as well as the ... William Hughes, 1863 Just as all phenomena exist in time and thus have a history, they also exist in space and have a geography ... Geography has higher aims than this: it seeks to classify phenomena (alike of the natural and of the political world, in so far ... Physical geography deals with the study of processes and patterns in the natural environment like the atmosphere, hydrosphere, ...

*Ivan Vakarchuk

In each of these fields he proposed new original approaches to the study of various physical phenomena and processes. The ... the processes occurring in the humanitarian and social spheres. He is the author of over 240 scientific papers. Author of the ... theory of phase transitions and critical phenomena, physics of disordered systems, magnetic systems, physics, mathematical ... amplitude of his scientific interests allows him applying methods, which he invented to study different phenomena. Ivan ...

*Delay differential equation

... engineers need their models to behave more like the real process. Many processes include aftereffect phenomena in their inner ...

*Musculoskeletal physiology

In subclassifying musculoskeletal physiology, MeSH emphasizes the division between "phenomena" and "processes". It is also ... Musculoskeletal physiology is the branch of physiology which addresses the processes of musculoskeletal system. ... possible to emphasize the division between processes primarily affecting bone, and those primarily affecting muscle. exercise ...

*Journal of Nanoparticle Research

It focuses mainly on physical, chemical, and biological phenomena and processes in structures of sizes comparable to a few ...

*International psychology

The worldwide study of psychological processes and phenomena (e.g., Gielen, 2016; Hofstede, 2001). Macro-level interventions ... It aims to measure the psychological phenomena across cultures and looks for patterns, generalizability, and culture-specific ... and social influence processes". In Stevens, M. J.; Gielen, U. P. Toward a global psychology: Theory, research, intervention, ... is more frequently used to refer to the worldwide investigation of global issues and phenomena from a psychological and ...

*Acoustical Intelligence

... is an intelligence gathering discipline that collects and processes acoustic phenomena. It is a subdiscipline of MASINT ( ...

*Steven Frautschi

Yennie, D. R., Steven C. Frautschi, and H. Suura (1961). "The infrared divergence phenomena and high-energy processes." Annals ...

*Anatoly Belyaev

... surface phenomena in fused salts, Production processes of particularly pure metals and semi-conducting materials, Metallurgy of ... Surface phenomena in metallurgical processes». Metallurgizdat, 1952. «Physico-chemical principles in purification of metals and ... Monovalent aluminum in metallurgical processes» «Pure aluminum production» «Metallurgy of pure metals and semi-conductors», ... Processes of electrolysis production of primary aluminum using lithium additives in the form of lithium fluoride Problems in ...

*Abdulaziz Karimov

His work is the study of physical phenomena and processes in epitaxial multilayer structures and the development of their ... Karimov and his students work on creating a new generation of photodetector structures for receiving and processing information ... and the problems of the physical processes in the pn-junctions. He was a member of the organizing committee of the conference ... Kiev and Odessa 2004-2007 at international conferences physical processes in phototransformator, photodiodes, phototransistors ...

*Theory & Society

... is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal covering theoretical analyses of social processes and phenomena ...

*Practice of Psychotherapy

It also contains his profoundly interesting parallel between the transference phenomena and alchemical processes. The ...

*Mikhail Samoilovich Neiman

"Automatic processes and phenomena" he proposed a number of original provisions of the general theory of automatic processes. ... Neiman MS (1958). Automatic processes and phenomena (General Problems of Theory of Systems, containing the control rings of ... He conducted the study of the phenomenon of flare expiration of the antenna wire, the results of it were used in the design of ... In the 1950s and 60s M.S. Neiman proposed the new principle for broadband antennas free from the reflection phenomena and ...

*Pulse-Doppler radar

Pulse-Doppler signal processing introduces a phenomenon called scalloping. The name is associated with a series of holes that ... Weather phenomenon obey adiabatic process associated with air mass and not Newtonian mechanics, so the lock criteria is not ... The energy of all of the individual pulses from the object are added together by the filtering process. Signal processing for a ... Pulse-Doppler signal processing detailed explanation Pulse-Doppler signal processing also includes ambiguity resolution to ...

*Coupled map lattice

Decompose the process (underlying the phenomena) into independent components. Replace each component by a nonlinear ... Space-time chaotic phenomena can be demonstrated from chaotic mappings subject to weak coupling coefficients and are popular in ... Kapral used CMLs for modeling chemical spatial phenomena. Kuznetsov sought to apply CMLs to electrical circuitry by developing ... Weak coupling with monotonic (bistable) dynamical regimes demonstrate spatial chaos phenomena and are popular in neural models ...

*History of the Northern Cape

This combination of processes and phenomena has been referred to by historians as the mineral revolution in South Africa. It ...

*Poisson point process

... the inhomogeneous process is used in the fields of counting processes and in queueing theory. Examples of phenomena which have ... A Cox process point, Cox process or doubly stochastic Poisson process is a generalization of the Poisson point process by ... If the underlying point process is a Poisson point process, then the resulting point process is a marked Poisson point process ... point process. If the original process N {\displaystyle \textstyle {N}} is a Poisson point process, then the resulting process ...

*Conceptual model

A scientific model represents empirical objects, phenomena, and physical processes in a logical way. Attempts to formalize the ... In business process modelling the enterprise process model is often referred to as the business process model. Process models ... Since the process model is at the type level, a process is an instantiation of it. The same process model is used repeatedly ... Process models are: Processes of the same nature that are classified together into a model. A description of a process at the ...

*Gaia hypothesis

"How do models of Gaian processes and phenomena relate to reality and how do they help address and understand Gaia? How do ... In the biogeochemical processes of the earth, sources and sinks are the movement of elements. The composition of salt ions ... Processing of the greenhouse gas CO2, explained below, plays a critical role in the maintenance of the Earth temperature within ... Many processes in the Earth's surface essential for the conditions of life depend on the interaction of living forms, ...

*State reserves of Azerbaijan

... particularly designed for the protection of typical and rare natural complexes and studying of natural processes and phenomena ... in 1958 for the purposes of protection and restoration of arid forest complexes in Bozdagh and prevention of erosion processes ...

*Ariosa v. Sequenom

"of the phenomenon. The court reasoned that, "[f]or process claims that encompass natural phenomen[a], the process steps . . . ... If a method of detecting a natural phenomenon is always "directed to" that natural phenomenon, as the Federal Circuit suggests ... The district court said: "[T]he claims at issue pose a substantial risk of preempting the natural phenomenon of paternally ... I worry that method claims that apply newly discovered natural laws and phenomena in somewhat conventional ways are screened ...

*GIS and environmental governance

GIS is being employed to plan, facilitate and test a plethora of environmental phenomena and technological processes. A ... continuous environmental phenomena. All that does not fit into this order is left aside. GIS thus excludes that which cannot be ... rather than due political processes. As Swyngedouw has argued, such forces have 'replaced debate, disagreement and dissensus ...