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Extended completeness relation and the strength function in the absorbing boundary condition
"... The extended completeness relation (ECR), established in the complex scalingmethod, is applied to the energy levels calculated from the absorbing boundary condition (ABC) using the basis expansion technique. The strength function of the binary breakup, induced by the external dipole field, is calcul ..."
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The extended completeness relation (ECR), established in the complex scalingmethod, is applied to the energy levels calculated from the absorbing boundary condition (ABC) using the basis expansion technique. The strength function of the binary breakup, induced by the external dipole field
1 MEASUREMENTS OF NUCLEAR LEVEL DENSITIES AND γRAY STRENGTH FUNCTIONS AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS
, 2002
"... A method to extract primary γray spectra from particleγ coincidences at excitation energies up to the neutron binding energy is described. From these spectra, the level density and γray strength function can be determined. From the level density, several thermodynamical quantities are obtained wi ..."
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A method to extract primary γray spectra from particleγ coincidences at excitation energies up to the neutron binding energy is described. From these spectra, the level density and γray strength function can be determined. From the level density, several thermodynamical quantities are obtained
Erlang: an Industrial Strength Functional Language Environment
"... A practical project illustrates that Erlang can be successfully used for implementing concurrent, soft realtime distributed systems involving distributed network nodes. The issues and problems encountered in using Erlang are described, and a brief analysis is given of the tools used during the p ..."
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technology which has been named Erlang [4]. Erlang is a functional programing language [5] which was des...
The Perturbed Static Path Approximation at Finite Temperature: Observables and Strength Functions
, 1997
"... We present an approximation scheme for calculating observables and strength functions of finite fermionic systems at finite temperature such as hot nuclei. The approach is formulated within the framework of the HubbardStratonovich transformation and goes beyond the static path approximation and the ..."
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We present an approximation scheme for calculating observables and strength functions of finite fermionic systems at finite temperature such as hot nuclei. The approach is formulated within the framework of the HubbardStratonovich transformation and goes beyond the static path approximation
Microscopic nature of the photon strength function: stable and unstable Ni and Sn isotopes
"... Abstract. The pygmydipole resonances and photon strength functions in stable and unstable Ni and Sn isotopes are calculated within the microscopic selfconsistent version of the Extended Theory of Finite Fermi Systems that includes the QRPA and phonon coupling effects and uses the known Skyrme forc ..."
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Abstract. The pygmydipole resonances and photon strength functions in stable and unstable Ni and Sn isotopes are calculated within the microscopic selfconsistent version of the Extended Theory of Finite Fermi Systems that includes the QRPA and phonon coupling effects and uses the known Skyrme
Spectroscopy of Ancestral Neutron Threshold State. The magnitude of the Nuclear Threshold Effect is proportional to the Neutron Strength Function. Evidence for relation of Nuclear Threshold Effects to Neutron Strength Functions is obtained from Isotopic T
"... One proves that a Nuclear Threshold Effect is dependent, via Neutron Strength Function, on ..."
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One proves that a Nuclear Threshold Effect is dependent, via Neutron Strength Function, on
PARTICLEHOLE OPTICAL MODEL FOR GIANTRESONANCE STRENGTH FUNCTIONS
"... An attempt is undertaken to formulate a particlehole optical model for description of giantresonance strength functions at arbitrary (but high enough) excitation energies. The model is based on the Bethe–Goldstone equation for the particlehole Green function. This equation involves a specific en ..."
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An attempt is undertaken to formulate a particlehole optical model for description of giantresonance strength functions at arbitrary (but high enough) excitation energies. The model is based on the Bethe–Goldstone equation for the particlehole Green function. This equation involves a specific
Gammaray Strength Functions in Thermally Excited Rotating Nuclei ∗
, 2001
"... A general discussion and illustration is given of strength functions for rotational transitions in twodimensional Eγ1 × Eγ2 spectra. Especially, a narrow component should be proportional to the compound damping width, related to the mixing of basis rotational bands into compound bands with fragment ..."
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A general discussion and illustration is given of strength functions for rotational transitions in twodimensional Eγ1 × Eγ2 spectra. Especially, a narrow component should be proportional to the compound damping width, related to the mixing of basis rotational bands into compound bands
EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FOR RELATION BETWEEN THRESHOLD EFFECTS AND NEUTRON STRENGTH FUNCTION
, 2003
"... In the present letter one proves, by analyzing experimental data, that the massdependent magnitude of threshold effects observed in deuteron stripping reactions on A ≈ 90 mass target nuclei is proportional to the 3pwave neutron strength function. ‚ ¤ ´´µ°· ¡µÉ¥´ µ¸´µ¢¥ ´ ²¨ § Ô±¸ ¶¥·¨³¥´É ²Ó´ÒÌ ¤ ..."
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In the present letter one proves, by analyzing experimental data, that the massdependent magnitude of threshold effects observed in deuteron stripping reactions on A ≈ 90 mass target nuclei is proportional to the 3pwave neutron strength function. ‚ ¤ ´´µ°· ¡µÉ¥´ µ¸´µ¢¥ ´ ²¨ § Ô±¸ ¶¥·¨³¥´É ²Ó
Selfcontrol as a limited resource: Regulatory depletion patterns
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
, 1998
"... If selfregulation conforms to an energy or strength model, then selfcontrol should be impaired by prior exertion. In Study 1, trying to regulate one's emotional response to an upsetting movie was followed by a decrease in physical stamina. In Study 2, suppressing forbidden thoughts led to a s ..."
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If selfregulation conforms to an energy or strength model, then selfcontrol should be impaired by prior exertion. In Study 1, trying to regulate one's emotional response to an upsetting movie was followed by a decrease in physical stamina. In Study 2, suppressing forbidden thoughts led to a
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