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Veterinary research.

Pattison, I H (1972)

Resonant scattering of trapped particles by toroidal plasma modes

Coppi, B.; Minardi, E.; Schram, D.C. (1972)
In two dimensional configurations electrostatic modes are shown to be excited with frequency and parity characteristics such as to affect significantly the orbital (`quasi-bananas' of trapped ions by proper mode-particle resonances. Processes of this kind may in fact provide an effective scattering mechanism in regimes where the single-particle collision mean free paths are considerably longer than the periodic particle excursions

Asymptotic Normality of Nonparametric Tests for Independence

Ruymgaart, F. H.; Shorack, G. R.; van Zwet, W. R. (1972)
Asymptotic normality of linear rank statistics for testing the hypothesis of independence is established under fixed alternatives. A generalization of a result of Bhuchongkul [1] is obtained both with respect to the conditions concerning the orders of magnitude of the score functions and with respect to the smoothness conditions on these functions.

Hitro branje:

Žagar, France (1972)

Pisarna za zasedeno ozemlje:

Nećak, Dušan (1972)

Influence of state reduction on the number of state variables in race-free asynchronous sequential circuits

Frosini, Graziano (1972)
Generally, in synthetizing race-free asynchronous sequential circuits, state reduction and state assignment are performed in independent way. In this paper it is shown that performing state reduction the number of variables for a race-free state assignment may increase. For an important class of asynchronous flow-tables conditions are established by which the number of state variables does not increase or does not decrease when state reduction is performed.