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An intrinsic behavioural approach to the double time axis paradox

Wenming Bian, Mark French, Harish Pillai
2009 Proceedings of the 48h IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) held jointly with 2009 28th Chinese Control Conference  
Behavioural theory is typically developed on the double time axis. On the other hand it is known that there are intrinsic difficulties with double time axis theorems in the input output context.  ...  This paper illustrates how the behavioural approach avoids these intrinsic difficulties.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to revisit the Georgiou-Smith paradox from the vantage point of behavioural theory to see how a consistent 'double time axis' theory can be developed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cdc.2009.5400257 dblp:conf/cdc/BianFP09 fatcat:wqyej4qsgjbg7gclfqb75vldbm

Time in Biology and Physics [chapter]

J. D. H. Smith
2003 The Nature of Time: Geometry, Physics and Perception  
Introduction Traditionally, time has been modelled as a basic variable taking its values from an interval on a real axis.  ...  As the parameter r ranges from 2 to 3.5699 . . ., the behaviour of the logistic equation is described as following the Feigenbaum or period-doubling route to chaos [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0155-7_15 fatcat:ggha4x7byvgntlbkckgbqckclq

On imputing function to structure from the behavioural effects of brain lesions

M. P. Young, C.-C. Hilgetag, J. W. Scannell
2000 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
approach to inferring the functional roles of brain structures.  ...  Fourth, we applied this framework to inferences about function relating to a simple network that reproduces intact, lesioned and paradoxically restored orientating behaviour.  ...  An even simpler account, however, is su¤cient for intact orientating, unilaterally lesioned impairments in orientating, the paradoxical restoration of function in the Sprague paradox, and the paradoxical  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2000.0555 pmid:10703050 pmcid:PMC1692718 fatcat:p75ayrip3nf2nemm5cle3vn7mi

The Lattice Solid Model to Simulate the Physics of Rocks and Earthquakes: Incorporation of Friction

David Place, Peter Mora
1999 Journal of Computational Physics  
This is a difficult computational problem given that a discontinuity must be accurately simulated by the numerical approach (ie. the transition from static to dynamical frictional behaviour).  ...  Such experiments may lead to a conclusive resolution of the heat flow paradox and an improved understanding of earthquake precursory phenomena and dynamics.  ...  Circular conditions are applied along the Ü axis.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jcph.1999.6184 fatcat:uijr4szs6jh5dmxoylesfqkfqa

Transient forebrain over-expression of CRF induces plasma corticosterone and mild behavioural changes in adult conditional CRF transgenic mice

Elena Vicentini, Roberto Arban, Ornella Angelici, Gabriella Maraia, MariaElisa Perico, Manolo Mugnaini, Annarosa Ugolini, Charles Large, Enrico Domenici, Philip Gerrard, Donna Bortner, Isabelle M. Mansuy (+2 others)
2009 Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior  
In the present study CRF was genetically induced to allow forebrain-restricted expression in a temporally-defined manner at any time during the mouse lifespan.  ...  This mouse model may offer the possibility to establish a model of the pathogenesis of recurrent episodes of depression.  ...  to generate the tetO-CRF mice; Orazio Oliverio, Massimo Trevisani, Antonio Gori and Lara Rossignoli for their constant work to maintain the transgenic colonies, Paolo Repeto for his support to the statistical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pbb.2009.03.015 pmid:19358863 fatcat:s2o2ntc3lbbsfkrxnjiznvgfgq

Page 4203 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 84j [page]

1984 Mathematical Reviews  
the imaginary axis with nonzero velocity.  ...  The reason for this is that the numerical “quasiperiodic” orbits are actually approximations to accuracy e and for time at most T of an actual quasiperiodic orbit given by KAM theory [J.  ... 

Evaluation of low gradient severe aortic stenosis: should we change our outlook in the analysis of clinical data?

Ivan Corazza, Margherita Zecchi, Romano Zannoli
2021 Open Heart  
According to the mathematical and physical assumptions these readings are contradictory whereas the Doppler-echocardiography shows clearly the existence of such a situation.  ...  In this work, we are going to analyse some conditions commonly observed in daily clinical practice in order to prompt a critical outlook in both clinicians and technicians about the instrumentations used  ...  to complex mathematical models: our goal was certainly not to solve the paradox of low-gradient AS, but to provide an idea of discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1136/openhrt-2021-001746 pmid:34635576 pmcid:PMC8506845 fatcat:x75pojqqwjgwzd2wdzrxpzovwy

Intrinsic low-frequency variability and predictability of the Kuroshio Current and of its extension

Stefano Pierini, Henk A. Dijkstra, Mu Mu
2014 Advances in Oceanography and Limnology  
Both the Kuroshio south of Japan and the KE display remarkable changes of bimodal character on interannual time scales that are believed to be intrinsic, i.e., basically generated by nonlinear oceanic  ...  Investigations of the intrinsic low-frequency variability and predictability of the Kuroshio Current and of its extension jet (the Kuroshio Extension, KE) are reviewed.  ...  phase, so E A and E B yield a highly chaotic behaviour and are, therefore, highly unpredictable (λ 2 ¼ 100 yr ¡ 1 corresponds to a doubling time of just t 2 % 2:5 days).  ... 
doi:10.4081/aiol.2014.5352 fatcat:v6mfm4x4uvalda7ga2ewmp36ay

A Relativistic Entropic Hamiltonian–Lagrangian Approach to the Entropy Production of Spiral Galaxies in Hyperbolic Spacetime

Michael C. Parker, Chris Jeynes
2021 Universe  
Double-spiral galaxies are common in the Universe.  ...  Over time the central black hole must accrete mass, with the overall galactic entropy increasing: the galaxy is not at equilibrium.  ...  Thus, this indicates an intrinsically different origin and nature to these entropic phenomena: respectively, more time-like (m S ) and more space-like (p) in their origin and behaviours.  ... 
doi:10.3390/universe7090325 fatcat:d5izfvsbgngxjdz2wapd7hhi3m

Neuromodulatory Control and Language Recovery in Bilingual Aphasia: An Active Inference Approach

Noor Sajid, Karl J. Friston, Justyna O. Ekert, Cathy J. Price, David W. Green
2020 Behavioral Sciences  
We simulated a complex recovery pattern (alternate antagonism and paradoxical translation) to test the hypothesis—from an established hierarchical control model—that loss of control was mediated by constraints  ...  We used active (Bayesian) inference to simulate a selective loss of sensory precision; i.e., confidence in the causes of sensations.  ...  The tenet of our approach is that behaviour has to be understood from the perspective of agents acting in their worlds.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs10100161 pmid:33096824 pmcid:PMC7588909 fatcat:hw32rwpmxrffbgk4g6rjrd7ddm

Brownian motion or Levy walk? Stepping towards an extended statistical mechanics for animal locomotion

A. O. Gautestad
2012 Journal of the Royal Society Interface  
The results show how observational scale (time lag between relocations of an individual) may critically influence the interpretation of the underlying process.  ...  For example, the 'power law in disguise' paradox-from a composite Brownian motion consisting of a superposition of independent movement processes at different scales-may be resolved by shifting the focus  ...  The work on the manuscript and its accompanying simulations was made possible thanks to Atle Mysterud providing financial support from the AREAL project, funded by the Research Council of Norway ('Natur  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsif.2012.0059 pmid:22456456 pmcid:PMC3405745 fatcat:lo5psxvqazbtfjp3pew5lbtgnq

Bounded solutions of neutral fermions with a screened Coulomb potential

Antonio S. de Castro
2005 Annals of Physics  
An apparent paradox concerning the uncertainty principle is solved by recurring to the concepts of effective mass and effective Compton wavelength.  ...  The intrinsically relativistic problem of a fermion subject to a pseudoscalar screened Coulomb plus a uniform background potential in two-dimensional space-time is mapped into a Sturm-Liouville.  ...  This general approach allows us to show that the pseudoscalar potential has a clearly different behaviour when compared with the scalar and vector potentials, even in the nonrelativistic limit of the theory  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aop.2005.05.003 fatcat:b6jz7rb3pvegbmhnlbzb7ezgbe


B. Lemmelijn
2018 Acta Theologica  
Nevertheless, many of the intrinsic beautiful elements in this plethora of contemporary approaches simply are and have for ages been as much Judeo-Christian thinking and living.  ...  Our current times are characterized by a strange paradox. The secularized world we live in no longer embraces Christianity as such nor its concrete praxis in churches.  ...  Since this order originates in God, the intrinsic "connectedness" with the transcendent axis is already clear on this level.  ... 
doi:10.18820/23099089/actat.sup26.17 fatcat:ffcvw2do5vhevapto5yl7cuzai

Intersonic shear rupture mechanism

B.G. Tarasov
2008 International Journal of Rock Mechanics And Mining Sciences  
The propagation of primary ruptures is facilitated by another mechanism, which is a fan-shaped self-equilibrated mechanism created on the basis of an echelon of rotating blocks representing the intrinsic  ...  The general faults propagate in a jump-like manner forming a cascade of segments due to an advanced triggering mechanism.  ...  The author expresses his sincere gratitude to the founding Director of COFS, Professor Mark Randolph, for critical reviews of this paper and for helpful discussion during its preparation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijrmms.2007.10.002 fatcat:rcp6j3sybbh63oqtm2ibvgwjp4

Circularly polarized laser emission induced in isotropic and achiral dye systems

Luis Cerdán, Sara García-Moreno, Angel Costela, Inmaculada García-Moreno, Santiago de la Moya
2016 Scientific Reports  
Up to date the most common approaches for directly generating visible, tunable and circularly polarized laser radiation involve either the use of inherently chiral media, such as dye-doped cholesteric  ...  Going one leap further, the direct generation of tunable and circularly polarized laser radiation is an essential step to promoting the implementation of chirality-based microscopy 8-10 as an envisaged  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge financial support by the Spanish Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad (grants MAT2014-51937-C3-1-P, MAT2014-51937-C3-2-P, and MAT2015-68837-REDT).  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep28740 pmid:27350073 pmcid:PMC4923901 fatcat:7wwb3jgq4fcnlifxgxraqiml2e
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