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Zastosowanie Modelowania Matematycznego Do Oceny Zanieczyszczenia Powietrza Powodowanego Przez Motoryzację, Marian Mazur, Robert Oleniacz, Bożena Biernat-Oleniacz Dec 1995

Zastosowanie Modelowania Matematycznego Do Oceny Zanieczyszczenia Powietrza Powodowanego Przez Motoryzację, Marian Mazur, Robert Oleniacz, Bożena Biernat-Oleniacz

Robert Oleniacz

The paper presents the results of an inventory of sources of air emissions from the city of Nowy Sacz (Poland) with regard to pollutant emissions from road transport, industrial processes, combustion plants and low-emissions from household furnaces. Particular attention has been devoted to assessing the impact of traffic on air quality in the city. Specified share of emissions from motor vehicles in the state of air pollution in the city center and its outskirts using the method of the atmospheric dispersion modeling.

English title: The use of mathematical modeling to assess air pollution caused by road transport.


Coyotes In The Southwest: Frontmatter Dec 1995

Coyotes In The Southwest: Frontmatter

Symposium Proceedings—Coyotes in the Southwest: A Compendium of Our Knowledge (1995)

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Cover
Editors
Sponsors
Steering Committee
Acknowledgements
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Coyotes In The Southwest: Table Of Contents Dec 1995

Coyotes In The Southwest: Table Of Contents

Symposium Proceedings—Coyotes in the Southwest: A Compendium of Our Knowledge (1995)

Sections are:

Biology
Ecology
Perspectives
Management
Coyotes vs. Game Management
Coyotes vs. Livestock
Politics
Control Alternatives
Appendix


Novel Switching Phenomena In Ferroelectric Langmuir-Blodgett Films, A. Bune, Stephen Ducharme, V.M. Fridkin, L. Blinov, S. Palto, N. Petukhova, S. Yudin Dec 1995

Novel Switching Phenomena In Ferroelectric Langmuir-Blodgett Films, A. Bune, Stephen Ducharme, V.M. Fridkin, L. Blinov, S. Palto, N. Petukhova, S. Yudin

Stephen Ducharme Publications

We have established ferroelectric switching and observed a novel conductance switching phenomenon in ferroelectric polymer films fabricated by the Langmuir–Blodgett technique. The films consist of 10–30 monolayers (ML) of a copolymer of vinylidene fluoride (70%) and trifluoroethylene (30%), exhibiting a first-order ferroelectric phase transition at 70 °C and nearly rectangular ferroelectric and conductance hysteresis at 24 °C. Ferroelectric switching is accompanied by switching of the conductance by three orders of magnitude. A model describing this switching phenomenon is proposed.


Foam Mechanics At The Bubble Scale, Douglas J. Durian Dec 1995

Foam Mechanics At The Bubble Scale, Douglas J. Durian

Department of Physics Papers

By focusing on entire bubbles rather than films or vertices, a simple model is proposed for the deformation and flow of foam in which dimensionality, polydispersity, and liquid content can easily be varied. Simulation results are presented for the linear elastic properties as a function of bubble volume fraction, showing a melting transition where the static shear modulus vanishes and the relaxation time scale peaks. Results are also presented for shear stress versus strain rate, showing intermittent flow via avalanchelike topological rearrangements and Bingham-plastic behavior.


Measured Stark Widths Of A 425,94 Nm Ari Spectral Line, Ljiljana Skuljan, Vladimir Milosavljevic, Aleksandar Sreckovic, Stevan Djenize Dec 1995

Measured Stark Widths Of A 425,94 Nm Ari Spectral Line, Ljiljana Skuljan, Vladimir Milosavljevic, Aleksandar Sreckovic, Stevan Djenize

Articles

No abstract provided.


Locally Optimally Emitting Clouds And The Origin Of Quasar Emission Lines, Jack Baldwin, Gary J. Ferland, Kirk Korista, Dima Verner Dec 1995

Locally Optimally Emitting Clouds And The Origin Of Quasar Emission Lines, Jack Baldwin, Gary J. Ferland, Kirk Korista, Dima Verner

Physics and Astronomy Faculty Publications

The similarity of quasar line spectra has been taken as an indication that the emission line clouds have preferred parameters, suggesting that the environment is subject to a fine-tuning process. We show here that the observed spectrum is a natural consequence of powerful selection effects. We computed a large grid of photoionization models covering the widest possible range of cloud gas density and distance from the central continuum source. For each line only a narrow range of density and distance from the continuum source results in maximum reprocessing efficiency, corresponding to "locally optimally emitting clouds" (LOCs). These parameters depend on ...


A Simple Model To Estimate Atmospheric Concentrations Of Aerosol Chemical Species Based On Snow Core Chemistry At Summit, Greenland, M H. Bergin, C Davidson, Jack E. Dibb, J L. Jaffrezo, H D. Kuhns, S N. Pandis Dec 1995

A Simple Model To Estimate Atmospheric Concentrations Of Aerosol Chemical Species Based On Snow Core Chemistry At Summit, Greenland, M H. Bergin, C Davidson, Jack E. Dibb, J L. Jaffrezo, H D. Kuhns, S N. Pandis

Earth Sciences Scholarship

A simple model is presented to estimate atmospheric concentrations of chemical species that exist primarily as aerosols based on snow core/ice core chemistry at Summit, Greenland. The model considers the processes of snow, fog, and dry deposition. The deposition parameters for each of the processes are estimated for SO42− and Ca2+ and are based on experiments conducted during the 1993 and 1994 summer field seasons. The seasonal mean atmospheric concentrations are estimated based on the deposition parameters and snow cores obtained during the field seasons. The ratios of the estimated seasonal mean airborne concentration divided by ...


Symposium Proceedings—Coyotes In The Southwest: A Compendium Of Our Knowledge [Complete Work, 185 Pp.], Dale Rollins, Calvin Richardson, Terry Blankenship, Kem Canon, Scott Henke Dec 1995

Symposium Proceedings—Coyotes In The Southwest: A Compendium Of Our Knowledge [Complete Work, 185 Pp.], Dale Rollins, Calvin Richardson, Terry Blankenship, Kem Canon, Scott Henke

Symposium Proceedings—Coyotes in the Southwest: A Compendium of Our Knowledge (1995)

This is the complete volume, containing all 40+ articles and presentations. Each article is also hosted here separately under its individual title and authors.


Computer Assistance In Discovering Formulas And Theorems In System Engineering, J. W. Helton, Mark Stankus Dec 1995

Computer Assistance In Discovering Formulas And Theorems In System Engineering, J. W. Helton, Mark Stankus

Mathematics

If one reads a typical article on A,B,C,D systems in the control transactions, one finds that most of the algebra involved is non commutative rather than commutative. Thus, for symbolic computing to have much impact on linear systems research, one needs a program which will do non-commuting operations. Mathematica, Macsyma and Maple do not. We have a package, NCAlgebra, which runs under Mathematica which does the basic operations, block matrix manipulations and other things. The package might be seen as a competitor to a yellow pad. Like Mathematica the emphasis is on interaction with the program and ...


Multifragmentation In E/A=35 Mev Collisions: Evidence For A Coulomb Driven Breakup?, M. D'Agostino, G. J. Kunde, P. M. Milazzo, J. D. Diniu, M. Bruno, N. Colonna, M. L. Fiandri, C. K. Gelbke, T. Glasmacher, F. Gramegna, D. O. Handzy, W. C. Hsi, M. Huang, M. A. Lisa, W. G. Lynch, P. F. Mastinu, C. P. Montoya, A. Moroni, Graham F. Peaslee, L. Phair, R. Rui, C. Schwarz, M. B. Tsang, G. Vannini, C. Williams Dec 1995

Multifragmentation In E/A=35 Mev Collisions: Evidence For A Coulomb Driven Breakup?, M. D'Agostino, G. J. Kunde, P. M. Milazzo, J. D. Diniu, M. Bruno, N. Colonna, M. L. Fiandri, C. K. Gelbke, T. Glasmacher, F. Gramegna, D. O. Handzy, W. C. Hsi, M. Huang, M. A. Lisa, W. G. Lynch, P. F. Mastinu, C. P. Montoya, A. Moroni, Graham F. Peaslee, L. Phair, R. Rui, C. Schwarz, M. B. Tsang, G. Vannini, C. Williams

Faculty Publications

Multifragment disintegrations have been measured for central Au+Au collisions at EA=35 MeV. Fragment emission occurs predominantly at low center of mass energies of about EA≈5 MeV, consistent with a Coulomb dominated breakup of a single source. Mean fragment multiplicities of ⟨NIMF⟩≈10.8 are extracted after correction for the detection efficiency. The fragment charge distributions decrease much more gradually than expected from scaling laws recently applied to the extraction of critical exponents for the nuclear liquid-gas phase transition from nuclear collisions.


Obat Aborsi Majalengka Wa : 0812-1515-6620 Klinik Jual Obat Aborsi Cytotec Di Majalengka, Anis Inayati01 Dec 1995

Obat Aborsi Majalengka Wa : 0812-1515-6620 Klinik Jual Obat Aborsi Cytotec Di Majalengka, Anis Inayati01

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Nanoscale Oxide Patterns On Si (100) Surfaces, T. -C. Shen, C. Wang, J. W. Lyding, J. R. Tucker Dec 1995

Nanoscale Oxide Patterns On Si (100) Surfaces, T. -C. Shen, C. Wang, J. W. Lyding, J. R. Tucker

T. -C. Shen

Ultrathin oxide patterns of a linewidth of 50 Å have been created on Si(100)‐2×1 surfaces by a scanning tunneling microscope operating in ultrahigh vacuum. The oxide thickness is estimated to be 4–10 Å. The morphology and spectroscopy of the oxide region are obtained. Hydrogen passivation is used as an oxidation mask. The defects caused by oxidation in the passivated region before and after the hydrogen desorption are compared and discussed. The multistep silicon processings by an ultrahigh vacuum scanning tunneling micropscope is thus demonstrated.


Singular Vertices And The Triangulation Space Of The D-Sphere, Simon Catterall, G. Thorleifsson, John B. Kogut, R. Renken Dec 1995

Singular Vertices And The Triangulation Space Of The D-Sphere, Simon Catterall, G. Thorleifsson, John B. Kogut, R. Renken

Physics

By a sequence of numerical experiments we demonstrate that generic triangulations of the D-sphere for D>3 contain one {\it singular} (D-3)-simplex. The mean number of elementary D-simplices sharing this simplex increases with the volume of the triangulation according to a simple power law. The lower dimension subsimplices associated with this (D-3)-simplex also show a singular behaviour. Possible consequences for the DT model of four-dimensional quantum gravity are discussed.


The Spinor Representation Of Minimal Surfaces, Rob Kusner, Nick Schmitt Dec 1995

The Spinor Representation Of Minimal Surfaces, Rob Kusner, Nick Schmitt

Mathematics and Statistics Department Faculty Publication Series

The spinor representation is developed and used to investigate minimal surfaces in R^3 with embedded planar ends. The moduli spaces of planar-ended minimal spheres and real projective planes are determined, and new families of minimal tori and Klein bottles are given. These surfaces compactify in S^3 to yield surfaces critical for the M¨obius invariant squared mean curvature functional W. On the other hand, all Wcritical spheres and real projective planes arise this way. Thus we determine at the same time the moduli spaces of W-critical spheres and real projective planes via the spinor representation.


Correlations Between Auditory‐Filter Shape Parameters Measured At Proximal Center Frequencies, Marc A. Fagelson, Craig A. Champlin Dec 1995

Correlations Between Auditory‐Filter Shape Parameters Measured At Proximal Center Frequencies, Marc A. Fagelson, Craig A. Champlin

Marc A. Fagelson

Auditory‐filter shape parameters in 20 normal‐hearing listeners were determined at center frequencies (CFs) of 913, 1095, 3651, and 4382 Hz using the five‐point roex (p,r) method. Slopes of the filters’ skirts were correlated for the CFs in each frequency region at both low and high stimulus levels. In the λ=1000‐Hz region, the auditory filters’ low‐frequency slopes were significantly correlated at the low and high stimulus levels, while the high‐frequency slopes were associated at the high, but not the low level. In the λ=4000‐Hz region the relationships were clearer as the ...


Polymer Science In Australia Iv. Universities In Victoria And Southern Australia, Otto Vogl, David Solomon, Ezio Rizzardo, Robert A. Shanks, David Williams Dec 1995

Polymer Science In Australia Iv. Universities In Victoria And Southern Australia, Otto Vogl, David Solomon, Ezio Rizzardo, Robert A. Shanks, David Williams

Emeritus Faculty Author Gallery

No abstract provided.


Croatian Symposium Of Chemistry And Macromolecular Chemistry, Otto Vogl, Zvonimir Janovic Dec 1995

Croatian Symposium Of Chemistry And Macromolecular Chemistry, Otto Vogl, Zvonimir Janovic

Emeritus Faculty Author Gallery

No abstract provided.


52. Bengt Ranby, Otto Vogl Dec 1995

52. Bengt Ranby, Otto Vogl

Emeritus Faculty Author Gallery

No abstract provided.


Optimal Survey Design For Community Intervention Evaluations: Cohort Or Cross-Sectional?, Paula Diehr Dec 1995

Optimal Survey Design For Community Intervention Evaluations: Cohort Or Cross-Sectional?, Paula Diehr

Paula Diehr

Community intervention evaluations that measure changes over time may conduct repeated cross-sectional surveys, follow a cohort of residents over time, or (often) use both designs. Each survey design has implications for precision and cost. To explore these issues, we assume that two waves of surveys are conducted, and that the goal is to estimate change in behavior for people who reside in the community at both times. Cohort designs are shown to provide more accurate estimates (in the sense of lower mean squared error) than cross-sectional estimates if (1) there is strong correlation over time in an individual's behavior ...


Bulletin No. 34: Tidal Marshes Of Long Island Sound: Ecology, History And Restoration, Glenn D. Dreyer, William A. Niering Dec 1995

Bulletin No. 34: Tidal Marshes Of Long Island Sound: Ecology, History And Restoration, Glenn D. Dreyer, William A. Niering

Bulletins

No abstract provided.


The Probe, Issue 161 – December 1995 Dec 1995

The Probe, Issue 161 – December 1995

The Probe: Newsletter of the National Animal Damage Control Association

Animal Activists Take Bear Issues to Idaho, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Washington
Canada Geese Almost "Get" Gingrich
Egrets Causing Health Hazards in Oklahoma
Pigeons Hitch a Ride In London
Book Review: Variations of the Flat Set, by Charles Dobbins. 1995. Sullivan Productions, Blue Creek, OH. 78 pages.
New Trapping Laws in Colorado


Water Current, Volume 27, No. 6, December 1995 Dec 1995

Water Current, Volume 27, No. 6, December 1995

Water Current Newsletter

Buffer Strips Trap Contaminants
From the Director: Lack of Call of Proposals Sign of Politics at Work
Riparian Buffer Strips Prevent Pollution
Might Missouri Conference Topic
Manure Application Studied
Research Brief: A Multivariate Index Methodology for Landfill Site Characterization Using Geophysics and Geostatistics
Nebraska Water News
Guide for Sealing Wells Available from UNL
Symposium Focuses on Integrated Approach
Booklet Helps Find Water Information
Speaker Compares Public, Technical Views
Drijber Gets Into Microbial Communities
Dishrags Breeding Ground for Bacteria
Seminar Series to Present Views on Platte River Management


Secure Trapdoor Hash Functions Based On Public-Key Cryptosystems, Gary R. Greenfield, Sarah Agnes Spence Dec 1995

Secure Trapdoor Hash Functions Based On Public-Key Cryptosystems, Gary R. Greenfield, Sarah Agnes Spence

Math and Computer Science Technical Report Series

In this paper we systematically consider examples representative of the various families of public-key cryptosystems to see if it would be possible to incorporate them into trapdoor hash functions, and we attempt to evaluate the resulting strengths and weaknesses of the functions we are able to construct. We are motivated by the following question:

Question 1.2 How likely is it that the discoverer of a heretofore unknown public-key cryptosystem could subvert it for use in a plausible secure trapdoor hash algorithm?

In subsequent sections, our investigations will lead to a variety of constructions and bring to light the non-adaptability ...


Simulation Modeling Within Workflow Technology, John A. Miller, Amit P. Sheth, Krzysztof J. Kochut, Xuzhong Wang, Arun Murugan Dec 1995

Simulation Modeling Within Workflow Technology, John A. Miller, Amit P. Sheth, Krzysztof J. Kochut, Xuzhong Wang, Arun Murugan

Kno.e.sis Publications

This paper presents an approach for integrating simulation modeling and analysis capabilities within the workflow management system (WFMS) being developed in the Large Scale Distributed Information Systems (LSDIS) Lab at the University of Georgia. Simulation modeling can be used for studying the efficiency of workflow designs as well as studying the general performance and reliability of WFMSs. We also discuss the importance of using sophisticated monitoring and animation capabilities, and the use of workflow management technology to advance simulation technology itself. Finally, we demonstrate a sample simulation where tasks and task managers are simulated.


Simulations Between Programs As Cellular Automata, Howard A. Blair, Fred Dushin, Polar Humenn Dec 1995

Simulations Between Programs As Cellular Automata, Howard A. Blair, Fred Dushin, Polar Humenn

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Technical Reports

We present cellular automata on appropriate digraphs and show that any covered normal logic program is a cellular automaton. Seeing programs as cellular automata shifts attention from classes of Herbrand models to orbits of Herbrand interpretations. Orbits capture both the declarative, model-theoretic meaning of programs as well as their inferential behavior. Logically and intentionally different programs can produce orbits that simulate each other. Simple examples of such behavior are compellingly exhibited with space-time diagrams of the programs as cellular automata. Construing a program as a cellular automaton leads to a general method for simulating any covered program with a Horn ...


Designing Dependencies, Howard A. Blair Dec 1995

Designing Dependencies, Howard A. Blair

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Technical Reports

Given a binary recursively enumerable relation R, one or more logic programs over a language L can be constructed and interconnected to produce a dependency relation D on selected predicates within the Herbrand base BL of L isomorphic to R. D can be, optionally, a positive, negative or mixed dependency relation. The construction is applied to representing any effective game of the type introduced by Gurevich and Harrington, which they used to prove Rabin's decision method for S2S, as the dependency relation of a logic program. We allow games over an infinite alphabet of possible moves. We use this ...


M-Isometric Transformations Of Hilbert Space, I, Jim Alger, Mark Stankus Dec 1995

M-Isometric Transformations Of Hilbert Space, I, Jim Alger, Mark Stankus

Mathematics

No abstract provided.


Dispersal Dynamics In A Wind-Driven Benthic System, John A. Commito, S. F. Thrush, R. D. Pridmore, J. E. Hewitt, V. J. Cummings Dec 1995

Dispersal Dynamics In A Wind-Driven Benthic System, John A. Commito, S. F. Thrush, R. D. Pridmore, J. E. Hewitt, V. J. Cummings

Environmental Studies Faculty Publications

Bedload and water column traps were used with simultaneous wind and water velocity measurements to study postlarval macrofaunal dispersal dynamics in Manukau Harbour, New Zealand. A 12-fold range in mean wind condition resulted in large differences in water flow (12-fold), sediment flux (285-fold), and trap collection of total number of individuals (95-fold), number of the dominant infaunal organism (84-fold for the bivalve Macomona liliana), and number of species (4-fold). There were very strong, positive relationships among wind condition, water velocity, sediment flux, and postlarval dispersal, especially in the bedload. Local density in the ambient sediment was not a good predictor ...


Local Magnetic Properties Of Antiferromagnetic Febr2, J. Pelloth, R.A. Brand, S. Takele, M.M. Pereira De Azevedo, Wolfman Kleemann, Christian Binek, J. Kushauer, D. Bertrand Dec 1995

Local Magnetic Properties Of Antiferromagnetic Febr2, J. Pelloth, R.A. Brand, S. Takele, M.M. Pereira De Azevedo, Wolfman Kleemann, Christian Binek, J. Kushauer, D. Bertrand

Christian Binek Publications

The antiferromagnet FeBr2 has been studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy in external fields both in the metamagnetic region below the multicritical temperature TMCP and in the second-order transition region above. The local magnetization shows that the metamagnetic transition occurs by spin flips, as in simple models. However, in the second-order transition region, the local magnetization of the sublattice oriented antiparallel to the external field varies continuously but remains parallel to the c axis. This can only be understood if the external magnetic field induces strong transversal spin precession of the moments on the antiparallel sublattice. This shows that the ...