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How and Why to Use my Basic Scheme to make Polygonal Spirals

Dante Servi
With the article “Polygonal Spirals with Manageable Inclination Full Version of the Discussion" I have described a graphic method of mine to create polygonal spirals and I have also described how this method allows the creation of polygonal with all vertices in common with the logarithmic spiral and of Archimedes. With this article, I would like to demonstrate how useful information relating to the resulting polygonal can be drawn from the “basic scheme” from which...

Aprender a programar con una narrativa interactiva

Ayelén-Eva Melo
Objetivo. Este artículo da cuenta de cómo se desarrolló el diseño de un elemento didáctico, para que niños y niñas de 3 a 5 años, que asisten a un espacio extraescolar, aprendan a programar y desarrollen el pensamiento computacional. Metodología. La metodología desarrollada fue el Design Based Research (DBR) donde el punto de partida fue una amplia investigación teórica que permitió establecer bases construccionistas a partir de las cuales comenzar el proceso de diseño. Además,...

The combined effect of excess pressure and sphere shape on supercooling of tap water

Rasul Al Foysal Redoy &
When a liquid reaches its freezing point or below it but remains liquid, we call it supercooling. Tap water contains impurities, which can act as a nucleation site for crystallization. That is why everyone uses pure water in a supercooling experiment. However, in this paper, we showed how we supercooled tap water using latex party balloons, where the freezer temperature range was from -10°C to -13°C. Moreover, we have shown how normal tap water can...

The combined effect of excess pressure and sphere shape on supercooling of tap water

Rasul Al Foysal Redoy &
When a liquid reaches its freezing point or below it but remains liquid, we call it supercooling. Tap water contains impurities, which can act as a nucleation site for crystallization. That is why everyone uses pure water in a supercooling experiment. However, in this paper, we showed how we supercooled tap water using latex party balloons, where the freezer temperature range was from -10°C to -13°C. Moreover, we have shown how normal tap water can...

MASALAH LINGKUNGAN HIDUP SEBAGAI PENGETAHUAN BAGI MASYARAKAT

M. Shalahuddin Hijratullah
Pada dasarnya lingkungan hidup merupakan satu-kesatuan dengan seluruh benda, energi, kondisi, serta makhluk hidup, tercantum di dalamnya manusia serta perilakunya. Kemudian menurut undang-undang nomor 4 tahun 1982 lingkungan hidup ialah satu-kesatuan yang terdiri dari barang, energi, kondisi, hewan, tumbuhan tercantum di dalamnya manusia serta perilakunya, yang pengaruhi keberlangsungan hidup serta kemakmuran manusia serta makhluk yang lain. Artikel ini disajikan untuk mengetahui bermacam-macam mengenai permasalahan lingkungan hidup. Studi literature yang digunakan dalam metode penyusunan artikel ini....

Why the magnetic moment of the neutrino is an intrinsic property of the particle?

Emmanouil Markoulakis
We show alternatively to Quantum Field Theory (QFT) that the magnetic moment of the ½ spin elementary particle neutrino is an intrinsic property of this particle and not being due an extrinsic interaction with the photon field as suggested by QFT. ©The Author.

Why the magnetic moment of the neutrino is an intrinsic property of the particle?

Emmanouil Markoulakis
We show alternatively to Quantum Field Theory (QFT) that the magnetic moment of the ½ spin elementary particle neutrino is an intrinsic property of this particle and not being due an extrinsic interaction with the photon field as suggested by QFT. ©The Author.

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Relationships between geomagnetic Ар-indeх and parameters of the acupuncture points as well as neuroendocrine-immune complex in patients with its dysfunction

R.G. Tserkovniuk, A.I. Gozhenko, I.L. Popovych, T.A. Korolyshyn, M.M. Kovbasnyuk, A.S. Anchev, W. Zukow & R.I. Yanchij
Relationships between geomagnetic Ар-indeх and parameters of the acupuncture points as well as neuroendocrine-immune complex in patients with its dysfunction R.G. Tserkovniuk1, A.I. Gozhenko1, I.L. Popovych1,2, T.A. Korolyshyn1,2,3, M.M. Kovbasnyuk2, A.S. Anchev1, W. Zukow4, R.I. Yanchij2 1Ukrainian Research Institute for Medicine of Transport, Odesa, Ukraine ruslan.urology@gmail.com prof.gozhenko@gmail.com 2OO Bohomolets’ Institute of Physiology, Kyїv, Ukraine i.popovych@biph.kiev.ua janchij2014@gmail.com 3Clinical sanatorium “Moldova”, Truskavets’, Ukraine 4Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland w.zukow@wp.pl Background. Back in 1990, YuP Limansky hypothesized acupuncture...

Crazy Representations of Natural Numbers From 80001 to 100000

Inder J. Taneja
This paper brings natural numbers from 80001 to 100000 written in \textbf{ascending} and \textbf{descending} orders of 1 to 9. The numbers are obtained by using basic operations, and \textbf{factorial}. For previous results see author's works [work1, work2, work3]. For more details and comments see author's site link

Quantum Spatial Probability and Time Intervals in the High Energy Limit

Francesco R. Ruggeri
Linking quantum mechanics to classical mechanics seems to have been an early goal in quantum theory as represented by the correspondence principle. More recently there have been attempts to link the entropy of both a single bound quantum state and a thermal statistical system of quantum states to classical entropies (1),(2). For the former, the entropy is proportional to Integral dx density(x) ln[density(x)] where density(x)= delta t = 1 / v(x) with v(x) being...

5Q17 frag. 2 (Exod 22:10-12?)

Eibert Tigchelaar
A small unidentified fragment plausibly reflects the text of Exodus 22:10-12

Prácticas educativas en la educación valores y en derechos humanos

Stephanie Washburn-Madrigal & Ana-Lupita Chaves-Salas
Objetivo. Este artículo presenta los resultados de la investigación La educación en valores y en derechos humanos en los planes de estudio para la formación de docentes en la Universidad de Costa Rica, que tenía como objetivo general analizar la incorporación de la educación en valores y de los derechos humanos en los planes de estudio para la formación de docentes de la Universidad de Costa Rica. Metodología. La investigación se desarrolló desde un enfoque...

The Period-Modulated Harmonic Locked Loop (PM-HLL): A low-effort algorithm for rapid time-domain multi-periodicity estimation

Volker Hohmann
This upload is the manuscript of the paper "The Period-Modulated Harmonic Locked Loop (PM-HLL): A low-effort algorithm for rapid time-domain multi-periodicity estimation" by Volker Hohmann, published in Acta Acustica: The Period-Modulated Harmonic Locked Loop (PM-HLL): A low-effort algorithm for rapid time-domain multi-periodicity estimation
Volker Hohmann
Acta Acust. 5 56 (2021)
DOI: 10.1051/aacus/2021050 When referring to this work, please cite the journal paper. A package with the scripts required to generate the simulations and figures from...

African migrants plight in India: Afrophobia impedes India's race for Africa's resources and markets

Dirk Kohnert
ABSTRACT & RÉSUMÉ & ZUSAMMENFASSUNG : Africa and India share a long history of trade, investment and slavery. The Portuguese alone brought up to 80,000 slaves from Mozambique to India since the 16th century. Unlike slaves in other parts of the world, African slaves, soldiers, and traders had a strong military and cultural influence on India's culture and society. Some of the slaves even held privileged positions. Today India competes with other global players, especially...

PAM 43.678 frag. 55 (IAA Plate 78, Frag 45) and 4Q5 (4QGen-e) frags. 2-3

Eibert Tigchelaar
One of the unidentified Qumran Cave 4 fragments, numbered PAM 43.678 frag. 55 in DJD volume 33, and IAA Plate 78, frag. 45 in the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library of the IAA, is a fragment of 4Q5 (4QGene) and should be placed immediately above 4Q5 frags. 2 and 3.

Hypothesis of regulation of active viral infection (lysis) of unicellular hosts in the hydrosphere

Stepanova
It was shown a tetranucleotide, CGCG, to inhibit infectious activities of some algal viruses by 102-104 times. This process depends on the duration of CGCG-virus contact. The results obtained seem to be interesting from the practical point of view and may be as a foundation of hypothesis of the role of DNA decay products appearing in the aquatic environment as a result of viral lysis of unicellular hosts in the smooth stop of active viral...

PHOTO BIOLOGY : AN APPLICATION TO PHOTO CHEMISTRY

For Full Text is composed of three important comments . 1. STERN VOLMER EQUATION AND LINEAR REGRESSION ANALYSIS : Abstracting of an article as Indian Science Abstrct . ( ISSN : 0019-6339 , Vol 43 ). 2. ANALYSIS OF FLUORESCENCE QUENCHING RATE CONSTANT : In this note we wish to report the Photo Dynamic Application of STERN VOLMER EQUATION relating to Quenching rate constant to predict photo-dynamic therapy ( PDT ). 3. Modeled Photo Sensitized...

Leveraging a Neural-Symbolic Representation of Biomedical Knowledge to Improve Pediatric Subphenotyping

Tiffany J Callahan, Lawrence E Hunter & Michael G Kahn
Objective: Understanding the molecular drivers of disease is a vital component of personalized medicine. Unfortunately, molecular data are not currently available in most electronic health records (EHRs). To solve this problem we created Med2Mech, a joint learning framework for inferring molecular characterizations of patients from clinical data and publicly available biomedical data. Methods: Med2Mech was evaluated using pediatric EHR data from a subset of rare disease and other similarly medically complex patients. First, patient-level clinical...

Gravitational Coupling Constant, Neutrinos And Cosmological Constant

Deepak Pashilkar
Masses of the three neutrino mass eigenstates are predicted to be m₀, 4m₀ & 22m₀ where m₀ = 2.283 meV/c². These predictions are arrived at by applying two ad-hoc postulates to neutrino oscillation data. First postulate is that the mass m₀ of the lightest neutrino mass eigenstate is the smallest quantum of mass and masses of all the massive elementary particles are positive integral multiples of m₀. The dimensionless gravitational coupling constant α_g is then...

Gravitational Coupling Constant, Neutrinos And Cosmological Constant

Deepak Pashilkar
Masses of the three neutrino mass eigenstates are predicted to be m0, 4m0 & 22m0 where m0 = 2.283 meV/c². These predictions are arrived at by applying two ad-hoc postulates to neutrino oscillation data. First postulate is that the mass m0 of the lightest neutrino mass eigenstate is the smallest quantum of mass and masses of all the massive elementary particles are positive integral multiples of m0. The dimensionless gravitational coupling constant αg is then...

A hybrid deep learning approach for purchasing strategy of carbon emission rights -- Based on Shanghai pilot market

Jiayue Xu
The price of carbon emission rights play a crucial role in carbon trading markets. Therefore, accurate prediction of the price is critical. Taking the Shanghai pilot market as an example, this paper attempted to design a carbon emission purchasing strategy for enterprises, and establish a carbon emission price prediction model to help them reduce the purchasing cost. To make predictions more precise, we built a hybrid deep learning model by embedding Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedastic...

Grid-Free Monte Carlo for PDEs with Spatially Varying Coefficients

Rohan Sawhney, Dario Seyb, Wojciech Jarosz & Keenan Crane
Partial differential equations (PDEs) with spatially-varying coefficients arise throughout science and engineering, modeling rich heterogeneous material behavior. Yet conventional PDE solvers struggle with the immense complexity found in nature, since they must first discretize the problem -- leading to spatial aliasing, and global meshing/sampling that is costly and error-prone. We describe a method that approximates neither the domain geometry, the problem data, nor the solution space, providing the exact solution (in expectation) even for problems...

SafeAPT: Safe Simulation-to-Real Robot Learning using Diverse Policies Learned in Simulation

Rituraj Kaushik, Karol Arndt & Ville Kyrki
The framework of Simulation-to-real learning, i.e, learning policies in simulation and transferring those policies to the real world is one of the most promising approaches towards data-efficient learning in robotics. However, due to the inevitable reality gap between the simulation and the real world, a policy learned in the simulation may not always generate a safe behaviour on the real robot. As a result, during adaptation of the policy in the real world, the robot...

Inverse problems for locally perturbed lattices -- Discrete Hamiltonian and quantum graph

Emilia Blåsten, Pavel Exner, Hiroshi Isozaki, Matti Lassas & Jinpeng Lu
We consider the inverse scattering problems for two types of Schrödinger operators on locally perturbed periodic lattices. For the discrete Hamiltonian, the knowledge of the S-matrix for all energies determines the graph structure and the coefficients of the Hamiltonian. For locally perturbed equilateral metric graphs, the knowledge of the S-matrix for all energies determines the graph structure.

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