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  • Biological couplings: Function, characteristics and ...

    2010-2-21 · Ren, L., Liang, Y. Biological couplings: Function, characteristics and implementation mode. Sci. China Technol. Sci. 53, 379–387 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11431-010-0043-2. Download citation. Received: 20 March 2009. Accepted: 28 June 2009. Published: 21 February 2010. Issue Date: February 2010. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11431-010-0043-2

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  • Slope of the Isgur-Wise function from a QSSR

    1994-11-10 · ELSEVIER 10 November 1994 Physics Letters B 339 (1994) 187-193 PHYSICS LETTERS B Slope of the Isgur-Wise function from a QSSR constraint on the Y couplings I. Caprini Institute for Atomic Physics, POB MG 6, Bucharest, Romania Received 8 August 1994 Editor: R. Gatto Abstract We derive optimal upper and lower bounds on the slope of the Isgur-Wise function at the zero recoil point in …

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  • Coupling - University of Wisconsin–Madison

    2020-11-20 · is a coupling ((Y t),(Z t)) of P y and P z such that lim t P[Y t 6= Z t]=0, then all bounded harmonic functions on V are constant. Proof. Let h be bounded and harmonic on V with sup x |h(x)| = M<+1. Let y,zbe any points in V. By harmonicity, (h(Y t)) and (h(Z t)) are martingales and, in particular, E[h(Y t)] = E[h(Y 0)] = h(y) and E[h(Z t)] = E[h(Z 0)] = h(z).

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  • Effects of Linear and Chromatic X-Y Couplings in the

    2010-6-17 · Figure 2: Beam sizes and relative luminosity as function of the chromatic X-Y couplings at the IP with and without crab waist. Estimated Chromatic X-Y Couplings Since no experimental data were available for the Su-perKEKB, randomerror seeds were used to modelthe ma-chine errors and estimate the amplitudesof chromatic X-Y couplings using SAD code [11].

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  • (PDF) The twisted open string partition function and ...

    directly related to the Y uk a w a couplings of the low energy effectiv e action. The t wist fields correlators are usually computed by using the tech niques introduced in [4 ].

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  • Reection and Other Couplings [email protected]

    2017-2-14 · Generate second Brownian motion Y usingreectionof rst; Couple in higher dimensions by reecting in hyperplane ...; This coupling is honest (no cheating ) and maximal.

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  • A Short Introduction to Stein’s Method

    2018-8-1 · Couplings Conversely, assume EZf(Z) = Ef′(Z): We solve the differential equation f′(x)−xf(x) = g(x), limx−∞f(x)e−x 2/2 = 0 for any bounded function g, giving f(y) = ey2/2 Zy −∞ g(x)e−x2/2dx Take g(x) = 1(x ≤ x00), then 0 = E(f′(Z)−Zf(Z)) = P(Z ≤ x00) so Z ∼ N(0,1).

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  • (PDF) Brain Structure-function Couplings (FY11)

    2017-9-5 · y k ˙ c k ˙: (5) Here c k ˙(c y k ˙) are the annihilation (creation) operators for an electronic state with momentum k, band index , spin ˙, and band energy 'k . The lattice Hamiltonian is expressed in terms of quantized harmonic vibrations, and represents noninteracting phonons H ph= X qj! qj by qj b qj+ 1 2 ; (6) where b qj(b y qj

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  • Coupling - University of Wisconsin–Madison

    2020-11-20 · The function h is clearly bounded and by the usual one-step trick h(x)= X y⇠x 1 d P y[X t 2 T 0 for all but finitely many t]= X y P(x,y)h(y), so h is P-harmonic. Let b 6= a be a neighbor of the root. The key of the proof is the following lemma. Lemma 4.8.

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  • Chapter 10 Representations and couplings

    2001-6-7 · same U to define the random variable Y :=qG(U)with distribution Q. A slight variation on the quantile coupling is available when G is one-to-one with range covering the whole of (0,1). In that case, qG is a true inverse function for G, and U = G(Y). The random variable X := qF G(Y) is then an increasing function of Y, a useful property.

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  • Reection and Other Couplings [email protected]

    2017-2-14 · 4.Reection Couplings.Variations on the theme of reection. Back to the Coupling Zoo! 5.Coupling E ciency.Burdzy-Kendall notion of e cient coupling. Coupling functionals as well as processes. 6.Shy Coupling.Avoidance coupling and the concept of shy-ness. ... Given a cost function …

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  • Learning Homophily Couplings from Non-IID Data for

    2018-7-25 · HOUR exploits the homophily couplings between fea-ture values to construct a fast and robust function S. Let dom(f ) = fv 1;v 2; g be the domain of a featuref 2 S , which consists of a finite set of unordered feature values, and V be the whole set of feature values inS: V = [f 2S dom(f ), wheredom(f ) dom(f 0) = ;; 8f 6=f . 1 + Y)] = = [

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  • Physics 198-730B: Quantum Field Theory

    2011-1-19 · y z w + z x x w z w + y y Figure 2. 4-point function in the absence of interactions. But when we include the interaction we get scattering between the particles. This can be seen by expanding the exponential to first order in λ: G 4(w,x,y,z) ∼= 1 Z[0] Z DφeiS[0]/¯hφ(w)φ(x)φ(y)φ(z) Z d4x′ − i …

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  • Adaptive Modified Function Projective

    This paper studies the modified function projective synchronization of uncertain complex dynamic network model with multiple time-delay couplings and external disturbances. Based on Lyapunov stability theory, the positive definite function is designed and the sufficient conditions of synchronization are given. Both the uncertain parameters and the unknown bounded disturbances are estimated in ...

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  • Programmable Self‐Locking Micromachines with

    2021-4-4 · Self-locking function of micromachines with tunable couplings offers various potential applications at the microscale, such as cell grasping and binding. From a broader perspective, this strategy of deformation coordination control will facilitate the development of …

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  • Phys. Rev. Research 3, 023221 (2021) - Transmission ...

    2021-6-21 · Dot-lead couplings for both spin directions using a wire of length L = 45.5 l so. We use the Zeeman field dependent induced gap Δ (E z) Eq. with a critical field E z, c = 10 E so. (a) Couplings to the lowest dot level using the steep potential and particle number N w = 47 L (39 l so) in the wire.

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  • Phys. Rev. B 103, 174425 (2021) - Ordered ground

    2021-5-21 · Each panel shows a slice of the phase diagram as a function of J x and J y for different, fixed, values of the DM directions D y and D z, with D y increasing from left to right and D z from bottom to top. The phase diagram is obtained by comparing numerically optimized energies for the five phases described in Sec. 3. The numerical optimization ...

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  • Chapter 10 Representations and couplings

    2001-6-7 · 238 Chapter 10: Representations and couplings independent random variables Ui, each uniformly distributed on (0,1).That is, define Xα:= i≤n{Ui ≤ α} and Xβ:= i≤n{Ui ≤ β}.In fact, the construction couples all Pγ, for 0 ≤γ ≤1, simultaneously. <2> Example. Let P denote the Bin(n,α)distribution and Q denote the approximating Poisson(nα)distribution.

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  • Reection and Other Couplings [email protected]

    2017-2-14 · 4.Reection Couplings.Variations on the theme of reection. Back to the Coupling Zoo! 5.Coupling E ciency.Burdzy-Kendall notion of e cient coupling. Coupling functionals as well as processes. 6.Shy Coupling.Avoidance coupling and the concept of shy-ness. ... Given a cost function …

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  • Comparison of the three mouse G-protein-activated

    Comparison of the three mouse G-protein-activated K+ (GIRK) channels and functional couplings of the opioid receptors with the GIRK1 channel Ann N Y Acad Sci . 1996 Oct 31;801:95-109. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1996.tb17434.x.

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  • Programmable Self‐Locking Micromachines with

    2021-4-4 · Self-locking function of micromachines with tunable couplings offers various potential applications at the microscale, such as cell grasping and binding. From a broader perspective, this strategy of deformation coordination control will facilitate the development of …

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  • Lattice — TeNPy 0.8.4.dev0+3496c6a documentation

    2021-6-30 · This function iterates through all possible couplings up to a given cutoff distance and then determines the possible pairs at fixed distances (up to round-off errors). Parameters. max_dx – Maximal index for each index of dx to iterate over. You need large enough values to include every possible coupling up to the desired distance, but ...

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  • Two-dimensional spectroscopy of electronic couplings

    title = 'Two-dimensional spectroscopy of electronic couplings in photosynthesis', abstract = 'Time-resolved optical spectroscopy is widely used to study vibrational and electronic dynamics by monitoring transient changes in excited state populations on a femtosecond timescale. Yet the fundamental cause of electronic and vibrational dynamics-the ...

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  • Adaptive Modified Function Projective

    This paper studies the modified function projective synchronization of uncertain complex dynamic network model with multiple time-delay couplings and external disturbances. Based on Lyapunov stability theory, the positive definite function is designed and the sufficient conditions of synchronization are given. Both the uncertain parameters and the unknown bounded disturbances are estimated in ...

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  • Interlayer couplings, Moiré patterns, and 2D electronic ...

    Observation of critical couplings in the TI waveguide-resonator system. To investigate and verify the two categories of TI cavity modes (i.e. TI-WGMs and TI-SWMs), we conducted a comparative experiment, separately exhibiting their critical couplings under two different configurations. A two-port TI waveguide-resonator system was built.

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  • Critical couplings in topological-insulator waveguide ...

    2011-8-19 · The Monge–Kantorovich mass-transportation problem has been shown in recent years to be fundamental for various basic problems in analysis and geometry. In this paper we describe some of the historical developments of this problem and some of the basic results. In particular we emphasize the probabilistic aspects and contributions to this ...

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  • Coupling Credible Failure Modes and Owner Options to

    2021-5-15 · catastrophic failure. These couplings can be classified two ways, either by how they function or how they are used. The two functional distinctions of couplings are mechanical sliding element (e.g. Gear) and flexible metallic element (e. g. Disc, Diaphragm) and their usage can be separated into either general purpose or special purpose couplings.

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  • Reection and Other Couplings [email protected]

    2017-2-14 · 4.Reection Couplings.Variations on the theme of reection. Back to the Coupling Zoo! 5.Coupling E ciency.Burdzy-Kendall notion of e cient coupling. Coupling functionals as well as processes. 6.Shy Coupling.Avoidance coupling and the concept of shy-ness. ... Given a cost function …

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  • Electron dynamics in graphene with spin–orbit

    2017-3-13 · In this section, we will use a continuum theory around the Dirac points (which lie at two momenta called K and ) to study the energy spectrum in the presence of SO couplings and a potential which is periodic in one direction.We will consider both a Kane–Mele SO coupling [26, 27] called and a Rashba SO coupling [28–30] called .Further, a periodic potential which only depends on the y ...

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  • J-Coupling (Scalar) - Chemistry LibreTexts

    2020-8-21 · Thusly, J-couplings larger than 3.45 Hz could not be resolved. Of course this is ridiculous for a 500 MHz instrument with good shimming. A much more reasonable. Figure x: Magnitude of J-coupling that is un-resolvable J-couplings as a function of magnetic field, assuming a Bi nhomo =1.5 ppb. The regions of couplings that are resolvable are marked.

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  • of Couplings and its application in a Finite Uni ed Theory ...

    2021-5-21 · Reduction of Couplings and its application in a Finite Uni ed Theory and the MSSM S. Heinemeyer1 ;2 3*, J. Kalinowski4 , W. Kotlarski5, M. Mondrag on6§, G. Patellis 7¶, N. Tracas and G. Zoupanos;8 9** 1Instituto de F sica Te orica (UAM/CSIC), Universidad Aut onoma de Madrid Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain 2Campus of International Excellence UAM+CSIC, Cantoblanco, …

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  • Lattice — TeNPy 0.8.4.dev0+3496c6a documentation

    2021-6-30 · This function iterates through all possible couplings up to a given cutoff distance and then determines the possible pairs at fixed distances (up to round-off errors). Parameters. max_dx – Maximal index for each index of dx to iterate over. You need large enough values to include every possible coupling up to the desired distance, but ...

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  • Fretting wear analysis of spline couplings in

    The spline pair needs to transmit large alternating torque and other directional loads, which causes the fretting wear of the spline pair to be serious, which leads to the failure of the spline pair connection and reduces the reliability of the entire transmission system. Therefore, it is of great significance to carry out research on fretting wear of spline pairs and improve the ability of ...

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  • Various strategies of using residual dipolar couplings

    2005-6-3 · Various strategies of using residual dipolar couplings in NMR‐driven protein docking: Application to Lys48‐linked di‐ubiquitin and validation against 15 N‐relaxation data Aalt D.J. van Dijk Department of NMR Spectroscopy, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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  • What can reaction databases teach us about Buchwald ...

    What can reaction databases teach us about Buchwald–Hartwig cross-couplings? M. Fitzner, G. Wuitschik, R. J. Koller, J. Adam, T. Schindler and J. Reymond, Chem. Sci., 2020, 11, 13085 DOI: 10.1039/D0SC04074F This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence. You can use material from this article in other publications without requesting further …

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  • Concentration inequalities via zero bias couplings ...

    The tails of the distribution of a mean zero, variance σ 2 random variable Y satisfy concentration of measure inequalities of the form P(Y≥t) ≤ exp(-B(t)) for B(t)=t 2 /2(σ 2 + ct) for t ≥ 0, and B(t)=t/c(log t -log log t-σ 2 /c)for t>e whenever there exists a zero biased coupling of Y bounded by c, under suitable conditions on the existence of the moment generating function of Y.

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  • Electron dynamics in graphene with spin–orbit

    2017-3-13 · In this section, we will use a continuum theory around the Dirac points (which lie at two momenta called K and ) to study the energy spectrum in the presence of SO couplings and a potential which is periodic in one direction.We will consider both a Kane–Mele SO coupling [26, 27] called and a Rashba SO coupling [28–30] called .Further, a periodic potential which only depends on the y ...

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  • 15 Electron-Phonon Coupling

    2017-9-5 · y k˙ (0)i (11) for the fermionic quasiparticles, where the field operators are given in a Heisenberg picture using an imaginary time i˝, c k˙(˝) = eH˝c k˙e H˝ with <˝< , = 1=T. The Wick operator T ˝ reorders operators to increasing ˝from right to left. For the bosonic quasiparticles, the Green function of the displacement operators ...

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  • J-Coupling (Scalar) - Chemistry LibreTexts

    2020-8-21 · Thusly, J-couplings larger than 3.45 Hz could not be resolved. Of course this is ridiculous for a 500 MHz instrument with good shimming. A much more reasonable. Figure x: Magnitude of J-coupling that is un-resolvable J-couplings as a function of magnetic field, assuming a Bi nhomo =1.5 ppb. The regions of couplings that are resolvable are marked.

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  • A Short Introduction to Stein’s Method

    2018-8-1 · Couplings The Stein equation Let µ = 0. Given a test function h, let Nh = Eh(Z/σ), and solve for f in the Stein equation σ2f′(w)−wf(w) = h(w/σ)−Nh giving f(y) = ey2/2 Zy −∞ (h(x/σ)−Nh)e−x2/2dx. Now evaluate the expectation of the r.h.s. by the expectation of the l.h.s. We can bound the solution f and its derivatives in terms ...

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  • Evaluation and analysis of novel flux‐adjustable

    Evaluation and analysis of novel flux-adjustable permanent magnet eddy current couplings with multiple rotors. Zhao Li, Corresponding Author. [email protected]; ... the air-gap flux density can be expressed as a function of l r and B s1 given by ... the length of the integral in the y-direction for the currents is replaced by the effective depth h ...

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  • Exchange couplings and quantum phases in two

    2020-4-2 · Exchange couplings and quantum phases in two dissimilar arrays of similar copper dinuclear units ... Facultad de Bioquímica y Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Ciudad Universitaria, ... and at 34.4 GHz and T = 298 K and single-crystal spectra at room T and 34.4 GHz as a function of magnetic field (B 0) ...

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  • Various strategies of using residual dipolar couplings

    2005-6-3 · Various strategies of using residual dipolar couplings in NMR‐driven protein docking: Application to Lys48‐linked di‐ubiquitin and validation against 15 N‐relaxation data Aalt D.J. van Dijk Department of NMR Spectroscopy, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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