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"... Remote estimation of surficial seafloor properties ..."
Absolute differential cross sections for electron elastic scattering and vibrational excitation in nitrogen in the angular range from 120 • to 180
, 2000
"... Abstract. Absolute differential cross sections for elastic electron scattering and vibrational (v = 0 → 1) excitation in nitrogen have been measured in the range of scattering angle from 120 • to 180 • at an incident electron energy of 5 eV. The measurements have been carried out using the magnetic ..."
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the magnetic anglechanging technique that allows observation of scattering in the backward direction. These results, together with the existing experimental data for lower scattering angles, give differential cross sections over a wide angular range from close to zero to 180 • . The importance of short
Recovering 3D Human Pose from Monocular Images
"... We describe a learning based method for recovering 3D human body pose from single images and monocular image sequences. Our approach requires neither an explicit body model nor prior labelling of body parts in the image. Instead, it recovers pose by direct nonlinear regression against shape descrip ..."
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that the resulting system tracks long sequences stably, and is also capable of accurately reconstructing 3D human pose from single images, giving multiple possible solutions in ambiguous cases. For realism and good generalization over a wide range of viewpoints, we train the regressors on images resynthesized from
The Angular Escape
, 2007
"... There is a military camp where a prisoner p is loose and willing to escape. Guards and prisoner have limited visibility range and the only way to seize the prisoner is to Θilluminate him, this is, there has to be, at least, one guard that sees p interior to each cone emanating from p with an angle ..."
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There is a military camp where a prisoner p is loose and willing to escape. Guards and prisoner have limited visibility range and the only way to seize the prisoner is to Θilluminate him, this is, there has to be, at least, one guard that sees p interior to each cone emanating from p
New Journal of Physics Angular diffraction
, 2008
"... doi:10.1088/13672630/10/10/103013 Abstract. Angle and angular momentum are linked by a Fourier transformation. A restriction of the angular range within an optical beam profile therefore generates orbital angular momentum (OAM) sidebands on the transmitted light. We interpret this phenomenon as an ..."
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doi:10.1088/13672630/10/10/103013 Abstract. Angle and angular momentum are linked by a Fourier transformation. A restriction of the angular range within an optical beam profile therefore generates orbital angular momentum (OAM) sidebands on the transmitted light. We interpret this phenomenon
A 33 GHz interferometer for CMB observations on
, 1999
"... The detection of angular structure in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) gives a wealth of cosmological data. Observations in the angular range 100 ◦ ..."
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The detection of angular structure in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) gives a wealth of cosmological data. Observations in the angular range 100 ◦
Angular regularity and Strichartz estimates for the wave equation
, 2005
"... We prove here essentially sharp L q (L r) linear and bilinear estimates for the wave equations on Minkowski space where we assume the initial data possesses additional regularity with respect to fractional powers of the angular momentum operators Ωij: = x i ∂j − x j ∂i. In this setting, the range ..."
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We prove here essentially sharp L q (L r) linear and bilinear estimates for the wave equations on Minkowski space where we assume the initial data possesses additional regularity with respect to fractional powers of the angular momentum operators Ωij: = x i ∂j − x j ∂i. In this setting, the range
THE ANGULAR DIAMETER OF k BOÖTIS
, 2005
"... Using the CHARA Array and the Palomar Testbed Interferometer, the chemically peculiar star k Boötis has been spatially resolved.We havemeasured the limb darkened angular diameter to be LD 0:533 0:029mas, corresponding to a linear radius of R? 1:70 0:10R. Themeasured angular diameter yields an ..."
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Using the CHARA Array and the Palomar Testbed Interferometer, the chemically peculiar star k Boötis has been spatially resolved.We havemeasured the limb darkened angular diameter to be LD 0:533 0:029mas, corresponding to a linear radius of R? 1:70 0:10R. Themeasured angular diameter yields
HELICITYDEPENDENT ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS IN
, 2004
"... Twopion photoproduction in the reaction γp → ppi+pi − has been studied at Jefferson Lab Hall B using a circularly polarized taggedphoton beam in the energy range between 0.6 GeV and 2.3 GeV. Owing to the large angular acceptance of the CLAS detector, complete beamhelicitydependent angular distr ..."
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Twopion photoproduction in the reaction γp → ppi+pi − has been studied at Jefferson Lab Hall B using a circularly polarized taggedphoton beam in the energy range between 0.6 GeV and 2.3 GeV. Owing to the large angular acceptance of the CLAS detector, complete beamhelicitydependent angular
Measurement of Angular Distributions and
, 2000
"... . Production and decay angular distributions were extracted from measurements of exclusive electroproduction of the # 0 (770) meson over a range in the virtual photon negative fourmomentum squared 0.5 < Q 2 < 4 GeV 2 and the photonnucleon invariant mass range 3.8 < W < 6.5 GeV. T ..."
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. Production and decay angular distributions were extracted from measurements of exclusive electroproduction of the # 0 (770) meson over a range in the virtual photon negative fourmomentum squared 0.5 < Q 2 < 4 GeV 2 and the photonnucleon invariant mass range 3.8 < W < 6.5 Ge
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