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A low -noise on-chip coherent microwave source

, Juha Hassel, Visa Vesterinen, , Joni Ikonen, Leif Grönberg, Jan Goetz & Mikko Möttönen
Data for reproducing the results included in the paper "A low -noise on-chip coherent microwave source"

Philip West: su forma de entender el mundo

María-Dolores Villaverde-Solar
En esta versión preprint se acercará a una fundación-museo especializada en surrealismo, –la Fundación Granell– y al artista británico Philip West (York, 1949 - Zaragoza, 1997), que eligió seguir el camino del surrealismo cuando eran otras las corrientes que triunfaban, e intentar, a través de una selección de sus óleos, dar un significado a cada elemento representado, en unas obras pictóricas donde se unen: juego, vida, muerte, sueños, misterio y quién las observa se plantee...

High Energy Quantum Bound States and Classical Physics

Francesco R. Ruggeri
The classical limit of quantum mechanics is often considered in terms of the time dependent Schrodinger equation. In this note we consider the bound case solution i.e. a time dependence of exp(-iEt) and as in previous notes argue that time has been removed from this statistical equilibrium picture as a the quantum particle tries to establish a kind of impulse potential field based on superpositions of exp(ipx) terms. Such a potential field is linked with...

High Energy Quantum Bound States and Classical Physics

Francesco R. Ruggeri
The classical limit of quantum mechanics is often considered in terms of the time dependent Schrodinger equation. In this note we consider the bound case solution i.e. a time dependence of exp(-iEt) and as in previous notes argue that time has been removed from this statistical equilibrium picture as a the quantum particle tries to establish a kind of impulse potential field based on superpositions of exp(ipx) terms. Such a potential field is linked with...

ABOUT THE NEGATIVE DIGITAL ROOT AND SOME OF ITS PROPERTIES RELATED TO MODULAR ARITHMETIC.

Paul Francisco Marrero Romero & Eduardo J. Acuña T
Abstract : In this paper we propose a general formula for calculating the digital root of any non-positive integer, and express this formula in two forms including one related to the floor function. We also present some properties of congruences that manifest themselves when working with negative digital roots ahd its relation to modular arithmetic.

No Origin: A matter of life and death

Mario Ljubičić
A reason for the existence of a soul is given. Origin of life, consciousness, emotions, coupling of souls and bodies is discussed based on previous research. Some questions are answered and additional questions asked regarding the phenomena.

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....

8T - Reasoning Three Generations

Manor Ohad
The author present the hidden connection between the coupling constants series and in particular the type form of the primorial to the reason there exist exactly three generation of particles known as Fermions. Alongside additional topics which are clarified using that setting such as Fermion mixing.

Quantum and Classical Statistical Systems in Terms of Constraints

Francesco R. Ruggeri
Classical statistical mechanics/thermodynamics is sometimes portrayed as an approximate approach to describing the classical mechanical motion of very large numbers of particles. Equilibrium statistical mechanics/thermodynamics, however, is a special situation in which thermodynamic averages such as temperature, pressure etc do not change in time. We argue in this note that this is due to constraints imposed on such equilibrium scenarios namely time reversal reaction balance. It is this (approximate) constraint which yields the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution...

Machine actionable metadata models

Dominique Batista, Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, Susanna-Assunta Sansone & Philippe Rocca-Serra
Community-developed minimum information checklists are designed to drive the rich and consistent reporting of metadata, underpinning the reproducibility and reuse of the data. These reporting guidelines, however, are usually narrative in form as intended for human consumption. Machine-readable versions are also needed. Firstly, to provide the necessary quantitative and
verifiable measures of the degree to which the metadata descriptors meet these community requirements, a requirement of the FAIR Principles. Secondly, to encourage the creation of...

Whole-genome sequences of endophytic seed-borne Bacillus sp. strains with antifungal properties against Rhizoctonia solani

Takwa Marzouk, Manel Chouachi, Bilel Khiari, Nutan Kaushi, Joe Win, Sophien Kamoun & Naceur Djébali
Here, we report the analysis of complete and annotated genome assemblies of three Bacillus sp. strains, two of them belong to Bacillus subtilis isolated from organic seeds of tomato and, one strain belongs to Bacillus velezensis isolated from Solanum linaennum seeds exhibiting antifungal activities against the soil borne pathogen Rhizoctonia solani. We show that the WGS represents a valuable strategy to highly characterize Bacillus strains, and provides greater insight into biocontrol mechanisms which facilitates its...

Whole-genome sequences of endophytic seed-borne Bacillus sp. strains with antifungal properties against Rhizoctonia solani

Takwa Marzouk, Manel Chouachi, Bilel Khiari, Nutan Kaushi, Joe Win, Sophien Kamoun & Naceur Djébali
Here, we report the analysis of complete and annotated genome assemblies of three Bacillus sp. strains, two of them belong to Bacillus subtilis isolated from organic seeds of tomato and, one strain belongs to Bacillus velezensis isolated from Solanum linaennum seeds exhibiting antifungal activities against the soil borne pathogen Rhizoctonia solani. We show that the WGS represents a valuable strategy to highly characterize Bacillus strains, and provides greater insight into biocontrol mechanisms which facilitates its...

Length of arc joining two ends of diameter is always greater then the diameter in semi-circle.

Arjun Dahal
Through this manuscript author has attempted to report that the length of arc joining two ends of diameter is always less then diameter in semi-circle. Calculations haven't been done.

CACHE (Critical Assessment of Computational Hit-finding Experiments): A public-private partnership benchmarking initiative to enable the development of computational methods for hit-finding

Suzanne Ackloo, Rima Al-awar, Rommie E Amaro, Cheryl H. Arrowsmith, Hatylas Azevedo, Robert A. Batey, Yoshua Bengio, Ulrich A.K. Betz, Cristian G. Bologa, John D. Chodera, Wendy D. Cornell, Ian Dunham, Gerhard F. Ecker, Kristina Edfeldt, Aled M. Edwards, Michael K. Gilson, Claudia R. Gordijo, Gerhard Hessler, Alexander Hillisch, Anders Hogner, John J. Irwin, Johanna M. Jansen, Daniel Kuhn, Andrew R. Leach, Alpha A. Lee … & Timothy M. Willson
Computational approaches in drug discovery and development hold great promise, with artificial intelligence methods undergoing widespread contemporary use, but the experimental validation of these new approaches is frequently inadequate. We are initiating Critical Assessment of Computational Hit-finding Experiments (CACHE) as a public benchmarking project that aims to accelerate the development of small molecule hit-finding algorithms by competitive assessment. Compounds will be identified by participants using a wide range of computational methods for dozens of protein...

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...

On the role of forests and the forest sector for climate change mitigation in Sweden

Hans Petersson, David Ellison, Alex Appiah Mensah, Göran Berndes, Gustaf Egnell, Mattias Lundblad, Tomas Lundmark, Anders Lundström, Johan Stendhal & Per-Erik Wikberg
Long-standing debate over the benefits of forest conservation vs. those of forest resource use and substitution continue to occupy attention in Europe and beyond. To study this question, we simulate the short- and long-term consequences for atmospheric greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations of different forest management strategies and forest product uses in Sweden. We compare the projected short- and long-term consequences of increasing forest use vs. increasing land set-asides. In all scenarios but one, forest management...

8T - The Operators Fiasco

Manor Ohad
The author present a set of weaknesses concerning the operators of creation and destruction of the QFT framework. In addition a short take on combining the spin idea with the primorial first form of net curvature is given. Previous familiarity required.

8T - Quantum Variantics

Manor Ohad
The 8T author present a set of analogs to the dominating themes and equations of Quantum mechanics. That is by using varying curvature setting. That is longest paper ever written by the composer of the 8T, length of fifteen pages. This paper will be updated until a complete version of QM will be obtained.

Merging the exposome in an integrated framework for \"omic\" sciences

Elliott J. Price, Chiara M. Vitale, Gary W. Miller, Arthur David, Robert Barouki, Karine Audouze, Douglas I. Walker, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Xavier Coumoul, Vincent Bessonneau & Jana Klánová
Abstract The exposome was introduced as a concept that encouraged holistic consideration of the non-genetic factors (environmental exposures including lifestyle) that influence an individual’s health over their life course. Recognizing the critical role of underlying endogenous processes in the continuum from exposure to disease, practical application of the exposome concept often includes in-depth biological characterization across molecular omics layers to better understand mechanisms underlying diseases. As a result, the definition of the exposome has evolved...

The impact of digitalization on poverty alleviation in Africa

Dirk Kohnert
ABSTRACT & RÉSUMÉ & ZUSAMMENFASSUNG : Digitalization in Sub-Saharan Africa enhanced the accessibility of communications by the majority of the poor who had been excluded among others from social media, independent information channels, mobile banking and e-commerce. The creation of new economic opportunities, e.g. the pay-as-you-go business, and increased flow of information also boosted people’s self-esteem, sense of belonging and citizenship. The smartphone became the main source of internet access which also bridged the divide...

Thermodynamic Approach to Quantum Mechanics and the Question of Pressure

Francesco R. Ruggeri
Quantum mechanics and classical statistical mechanics/thermodynamics are both statistical theories, but have key differences. We argue that one such key difference is nonlocality in the quantum world i.e a wavelength proportional to 1/p and a probability of exp(ipx) associated with p versus locality in the classical case. Quantum nonlocality tends to lead to spatial densities with humps even for a particle with a fixed energy in an infinite potential box. Recently it has...

Sun superflaring mechanism from decade-scale magnetic entanglement with Jupiter

M. Omerbashich
Sun–Jupiter decade-scale magnetic entanglement emerges from Wilcox Solar Observatory 1975-2021 N–S ≲150 μT mean-field data, as a global response of solar magnetic fields to the magnetar-type evolution of Jupiter ~2001–onward global magnetoactivity discovered recently in the 1–6 month (385.8–64.3 nHz) band of Rieger resonance. At extreme ≲20% field variance, the sudden Jovian deviation is so high it forced solar magnetoactivity devolution into inverse-matching response, at effectively moderate ≲1.5% mean-field variance. Thus as Jupiter magnetoactivity evolved...

Sun superflaring mechanism from decade-scale magnetic entanglement with Jupiter

M. Omerbashich
Sun–Jupiter decade-scale magnetic entanglement emerges from Wilcox Solar Observatory 1975-2021 N–S ≲150 μT mean-field data, as a global response of solar magnetic fields to the magnetar-type evolution of Jupiter ~2001–onward global magnetoactivity discovered recently in the 1–6 month (385.8–64.3 nHz) band of Rieger resonance. At extreme ≲20% field variance, the sudden Jovian deviation is so high it forced solar magnetoactivity devolution into inverse-matching response, at effectively moderate ≲1.5% mean-field variance. Thus as Jupiter magnetoactivity evolved...

Presentation a Hybrid Recommender Method to Recommend Scientific Articles using time Factors and Frequency of Search

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Abstract
Purpose: Many scholars publish scientific articles without any spatial and time limitations. Users
also face hundreds of thousands of scientific-research articles and choose a sample according to
their needs and interests. However, when users encounter a huge amount of information, the
problem arises, and the search between them takes a lot of time. The Recommender System,
influential systems for guiding the user, is among the vast volume of possible choices available to
interested users,...

CO₂-Bepreisung und soziale Ungleichheit in Deutschland (Carbon Pricing and Social Equity in Germany)

Wolfgang Gründinger, Lena Bendlin, Felix Creutzig, Gregor Hagedorn, Claudia Kemfert, Bernhard Neumärker, Barbara Praetorius & Mario Tvrtković
Publiziert als Diskussionsbeiträge der Scientists for Future 8: 1–18, als Preprint am 6. Sept. 2021 veröffentlicht. Die finale Veröffentlichung im Journal Momentum Quarterly erfolgte am 6. Okt. 2021 unter https://www.momentum-quarterly.org/ojs2/index.php/momentum/article/view/3888. Zusammenfassung Die Bekämpfung der Klimakrise kann mit Maßnahmen gegen Armut und soziale Un­gleichheit Hand in Hand gehen. Für Deutschland zeigen viele gängige Konzepte, dass Klimaschutz und sozialer Ausgleich für Privathaushalte verbunden werden können, sodass gerade finanzschwache Haushalte in Summe netto finanziell profitieren kön­nen. Ein Beispiel...

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