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A.K.Rajagopal, Nonadditive conditional entropy and its significance for local realism
 Physica A
"... Based on the form invariance of the structures given by Khinchin’s axiomatic foundations of information theory and the pseudoadditivity of the Tsallis entropy indexed by q, the concept of conditional entropy is generalized to the case of nonadditive (nonextensive) composite systems. The proposed non ..."
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nonadditive conditional entropy is classically nonnegative but can be negative in the quantum context, indicating its utility for characterizing quantum entanglement. A criterion deduced from it for separability of density matrices for validity of local realism is examined in detail by employing a bipartite
Rajagopal,Macroscopic thermodynamics of equilibrium characterized by powerlaw canonical distributions
"... Macroscopic thermodynamics of equilibrium is constructed for systems obeying powerlaw canonical distributions. With this, the connection between macroscopic thermodynamics and microscopic statistical thermodynamics is generalized. This is complementary to the Gibbs theorem for the celebrated expone ..."
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exponential canonical distributions of systems in contact with a heat bath. Thereby, a thermodynamic basis is provided for powerlaw phenonema ubiquitous in nature. PACS numbers: 05.20.y Classical statistical mechanics 05.70.a Thermodynamics 1 Statistical mechanics builds an essential bridge between
Rajagopal Farfromequilibrium heavy quark energy loss at strong coupling
"... We study the energy loss of a heavy quark propagating through the matter produced in the collision of two sheets of energy [1]. Even though this matter is initially farfromequilibrium we find that, when written in terms of the energy density, the equilibrium expression for heavy quark energy loss ..."
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We study the energy loss of a heavy quark propagating through the matter produced in the collision of two sheets of energy [1]. Even though this matter is initially farfromequilibrium we find that, when written in terms of the energy density, the equilibrium expression for heavy quark energy loss
The affect system has parallel and integrative processing components: Form follows function
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
, 1999
"... The affect system has been shaped by the hammer and chisel of adaptation and natural selection such that form follows function. The characteristics of the system thus differ across the nervous system as a function of the unique constraints existent at each level. For instance, although physical limi ..."
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The affect system has been shaped by the hammer and chisel of adaptation and natural selection such that form follows function. The characteristics of the system thus differ across the nervous system as a function of the unique constraints existent at each level. For instance, although physical
K.Rajagopal, Color Superconductivity and Chiral Symmetry Restoration at Nonzero Baryon Density and Temperature
"... We explore the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter as a function of temperature and baryon number density, using a class of models for twoflavor QCD in which the interaction between quarks is modelled by that induced by instantons. Our treatment allows us to investigate the possible simult ..."
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We explore the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter as a function of temperature and baryon number density, using a class of models for twoflavor QCD in which the interaction between quarks is modelled by that induced by instantons. Our treatment allows us to investigate the possible
On the bipolarity of positive and negative affect
 Psychological Bulletin
, 1999
"... Is positive affect (PA) the bipolar opposite of, or is it independent of, negative affect (NA)? Previous analyses of this vexing question have generally labored under the false assumption that bipolarity predicts an invariant latent correlation between PA and NA. The predicted correlation varies wit ..."
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with time frame, response format, and items selected to define PA and NA. The observed correlation also varies with errors inherent in measurement. When the actual predictions of a bipolar model are considered and error is taken into account, there is little evidence for independence of what were
Hoard: A Scalable Memory Allocator for Multithreaded Applications
, 2000
"... Parallel, multithreaded C and C++ programs such as web servers, database managers, news servers, and scientific applications are becoming increasingly prevalent. For these applications, the memory allocator is often a bottleneck that severely limits program performance and scalability on multiproces ..."
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Parallel, multithreaded C and C++ programs such as web servers, database managers, news servers, and scientific applications are becoming increasingly prevalent. For these applications, the memory allocator is often a bottleneck that severely limits program performance and scalability
Rajagopal K, "Magnetic fields within color superconducting neutron star cores
 Nucl. Phys. B
, 2000
"... We discuss the Meissner effect for a color superconductor formed by cold dense quark matter. Though color and ordinary electromagnetism are broken in a color superconductor, there is a linear combination of the photon and a gluon that remains massless. Consequently, a color superconducting region ma ..."
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We discuss the Meissner effect for a color superconductor formed by cold dense quark matter. Though color and ordinary electromagnetism are broken in a color superconductor, there is a linear combination of the photon and a gluon that remains massless. Consequently, a color superconducting region
Rajagopal, Analysis of the flows of incompressible fluids with pressure dependent viscosity fulffilling ν(p
 as p → +∞. Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal
"... Abstract. Over a large range for the pressure, one cannot ignore the fact that the viscosity grows significantly (even exponentially) with increasing pressure. This paper concerns longtime and largedata existence results for a generalization of the NavierStokes fluid whose viscosity depends on t ..."
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Abstract. Over a large range for the pressure, one cannot ignore the fact that the viscosity grows significantly (even exponentially) with increasing pressure. This paper concerns longtime and largedata existence results for a generalization of the NavierStokes fluid whose viscosity depends
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