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A Note on the General Likelihood Measure of Overlap
(Ecological Society of America, 1984)
Algal periphyton growth on nutrient-diffusing substrates: an in situ bioassay
(Ecological Society of America, 1985)
Differences in nutrient limitation for dominant species within an algal periphyton community were determined using additions of N and P supplied by nutrient-diffusing artificial substrates. Sealed clay flowerpots were ...
Time-ordered operators and Feynman-Dyson algebras
(AIP Publishing, 1987-07)
An approach to time‐ordered operators based upon von Neumann’s infinite tensor product Hilbert spaces is used to define Feynman–Dyson algebras. This theory is used to show that a one‐to‐one correspondence exists between ...
A low-frequency radio array for space
(EDP SCIENCES, 1988-04)
At the lowest radio frequencies (<30 MHz), the Earth's ionosphere transmits poorly or not at all. This relatively unexplored region of the electromagnetic spectrum is thus an area where high resolution, high sensitivity ...
Resonance fringes in the two-photon absorption with a Doppler shift
(American Physical Society, 1980-09)
The two-photon absorption initiated by two coherent beams is considered. It is shown that the resonance fringe variation, which appeared in the Doppler-free two-photon absorption of pulsed laser beams, can also be observed ...
The semiclassical limit of quantum dynamics. I. Time evolution
(AIP Publishing, 1988-02)
The ℏ→0 limit of the quantum dynamics determined by the Hamiltonian H(ℏ) =−(ℏ<sup>2</sup>/2m)Δ+V on L<sup>2</sup>(R<sup>n</sup>) is studied for a large class of potentials. By convolving with certain Gaussian states, ...
Separated-beam experiments and transit-time broadening
(American Physical Society, 1981-06)
Separated-beam experiments for both the Doppler-free two-photon and saturated absorptions are under consideration. In the Doppler-free two-photon absorption, the experimental arrangement is important. Such important has ...
Single-mode saturation of a linearly unstable plasma
(AIP Publishing, 1985)
The nonlinear oscillations of an electron plasma described by the collisionless Vlasov equation are studied using a perturbation technique previously applied by Simon and Rosenbluth [Phys. Fluids 1 9, 1567 (1976)]. It is ...
Curie temperature of PdFe films
(American Institute of Physics, 1984)
Ferromagnetic ordering of giant moments formed by dilute Fe in Pd host bulk alloys has been the subject of many investigations, but thin films have had little attention. Thin films exhibit evidence of a spin glass phase ...
Beamforming when the sound velocity is not precisely known
(Acoustical Society of America, 1980-08)
Beamforming is an integral part of most signal processingsystems in active or passive sonars. The delays used to generate a beam are functions of the sound velocity, which depends on temperature, salinity, and pressure. ...