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Strong jump inversion

W Calvert, A Frolov, V Harizanov, J Knight, C McCoy, A Soskova, S Vatev
2018 Journal of Logic and Computation  
We establish a general result with sufficient conditions for a structure A to admit strong jump inversion.  ...  We say that a structure A admits strong jump inversion provided that for every oracle X, if X' computes D(C)' for some CA, then X computes D(B) for some BA.  ...  Then A admits strong jump inversion. Proof.  ... 
doi:10.1093/logcom/exy025 fatcat:wlh3wmax4zchvnksacefmmb6mm

Limits on jump inversion for strong reducibilities

Barbara F. Csima, Rod Downey, Keng Meng Ng
2011 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
We show that Sacks' and Shoenfield's analogs of jump inversion fail for both tt- and wtt-reducibilities in a strong way.  ...  We anwer a question of Anderson [And08] by showing that there are no analogs of Sacks Jump Inversion Theorem [Sac63] and Shoenfield's Jump Inversion Theorem [Sho59] for these strong reducibilties  ...  From Theorem 3.3 we deduce the failure of Sacks' Jump Inversion for both ttand wtt-reducibilities: Theorem 3.4.  ... 
doi:10.2178/jsl/1318338849 fatcat:ngtsaft7tzccznnpgse6hzfdm4

Pseudo-jump inversion, upper cone avoidance, and strong jump-traceability

Rod Downey, Noam Greenberg
2013 Advances in Mathematics  
There are noncomputable c.e. sets, computable from every c.e. set relative to which H 1 is strongly jump-traceable.  ...  This yields a natural pseudo-jump operator, increasing on all sets, which cannot be inverted back to a minimal pair or even avoiding an upper cone.  ...  For example, applying pseudo-jump inversion to the Turing jump operator gives a non-computable low set, a set whose Turing jump is as simple as possible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aim.2012.12.018 fatcat:nn2sikue6rfnfitbvci3rqxzny

Page 416 of Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences Vol. 64, Issue 2 [page]

2007 Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences  
The undular jump regime (UJ) corresponds to a small Froude number (F < 0.68), a strong inversion (Ad > 4), and Zz, < a where Z iT = 1.4 corresponds to approxi- ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES VOLUME 64 Undular jump  ...  Jump Jump + Wave Mixing Jump 0.5 1.5 F Fic. 13. A regime diagram of F Zz, associated with an elevated inversion.  ... 

A Numerical Study of the Local Downslope Wind "Yamaji-kaze" in Japan
やまじ風の数値的研究

Kazuo Saito, Motohki Ikawa
1991 Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan  
without the inversion.  ...  behind the hydraulic jump.  ...  Strong downslope wind is only seen in the case with the inversion, and no strong mountain wave is found in the case without the inversion.  ... 
doi:10.2151/jmsj1965.69.1_31 fatcat:coc2mzjzm5dgxkdkymhqjw3zvm

Opioid antagonists differ according to negative intrinsic efficacy in a mouse model of acute dependence

Ellen A Walker, Steven N Sterious
2005 British Journal of Pharmacology  
Antagonists that precipitate vigorous withdrawal jumping across both morphine treatment doses are hypothesized to be strong inverse agonists at the m-opioid receptor, whereas antagonists that elicit withdrawal  ...  jumping in mice treated with the high but not the low dose of morphine are hypothesized to be weak inverse agonists. 2 Male, Swiss-Webster mice (15-30 g) were acutely treated with 56 or 180 mg kg À1 morphine  ...  Theoretically, to block the effects of a strong inverse agonist, a compound would need to possess less negative intrinsic efficacy than the strong inverse agonist.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.bjp.0706247 pmid:15912139 pmcid:PMC1576205 fatcat:iyyphqmfljaibjkyp22zlitita

Inverse and Disjoint Connected Cototal Domination number of the Jump Graph of a Graph

Annie Jasmine S.E., K. Ameenal Bibi
2019 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology  
Keywords: Inverse Domination number of the jump graph of a graph, Inverse Connected Cototal Dominating set of a jump graph, Inverse Connected Cototal Domination number of a jump graph, Disjoint Connected  ...  Cototal Domination number of a jump graph.  ...  [4] For the jump graph J(G) with inverse connected cototal dominating set , , ( )-( ). Equality holds for .  ... 
doi:10.32622/ijrat.71201938 fatcat:26gf3d4n3nf3bnvrimciyluzfa

Coupled vs. decoupled boundary layers in VOCALS-REx

C. R. Jones, C. S. Bretherton, D. Leon
2011 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
, and inversion thermodynamic jumps have little additional explanatory power.  ...  The cloud cover was more strongly correlated to a κ parameter related to the inversion jumps of humidity and temperature, though the exact functional relation is slightly different than found in prior  ...  Jumps • Lock (2009) and others have suggested high values of = 1 + ℓ induce strong entrainment and Sc cloud breakup  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-11-7143-2011 fatcat:alad3jjb4ngwtc3ejmvwd6727q

Relationships between jump and sprint performance in first-class county cricketers

Christina Carr, John J. McMahon, Paul Comfort
2015 Journal of Trainology  
), depth drop jumps (DDJ), and 20m sprints on three separate occasions.  ...  Objectives: Research across a number of sports has identified a meaningful relationship between jump and sprint performance.  ...  CONCLUSION The results of this study demonstrate that vertical jump performance is related to 20 m sprint performance in first-class county cricketers, with a strong inverse relationship observed between  ... 
doi:10.17338/trainology.4.1_1 fatcat:abb5j67d5vhevgmizcw46ljr3y

Climatological Study of the Local Strong Wind on the Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido, Japan
北海道知床半島に発生する局地的強風の気候学的研究

Masato SAGAWA
2000 Geographical Review of Japan  
There is a possibility that the Rausu-dashi may be caused by a hydraulic jump when the northwesterly strong winds pass the peninsula.  ...  Key words: Rausu-dashi, local wind, Shiretoko Peninsula, inversion layer, hydraulic jump Fig , D. K. and Zipser, E. J. 1972. The front range windstorm of 11 January 1972: A meteorological narrative.  ... 
doi:10.4157/grj1984a.73.8_621 fatcat:l6zraprumjh4hin3yy4ghojucu

Influence of body composition on selected jump performance measures in collegiate female athletes

Christopher J. MacDonald, Michael A. Israetel, Nicole C. Dabbs, Harish Chander, Charles R. Allen, Hugh S. Lamont, John C. Garner
2013 Journal of Trainology  
Results: Jump modalities related to one another and %FM and body composition were strong predictors of jump performance.  ...  Testing included: dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scans; static jumps (SJ); countermovement jumps (CMJ); and depth jumps (DJ).  ...  The CMJ showed moderate to strong correlations for all jumping conditions for All Participants and strong inverse relationships between the CMJ and %FM for All Participants and Volleyball.  ... 
doi:10.17338/trainology.2.2_33 fatcat:uamelsm35jgvxeoua2tuz7yirq

Parameterization of Entrainment in a Sheared Convective Boundary Layer Using a First-order Jump Model

Si-Wan Kim, Soon-Ung Park, David Pino, Jordi Vilà-Guerau de Arellano
2006 Boundary-layer Meteorology  
, the velocity jumps across the inversion layer, the friction velocity, and the convection velocity.  ...  The developed first-order jump model is tested against large-eddy simulation data of two independent cases with different inversion strengths.  ...  Initially, the temperature jump at the top of the boundary layer for the weak inversion cases is set to zero, whereas the temperature jump for the strong inversion cases is set to 8 K.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10546-006-9067-3 fatcat:gmf7ipbv4vgjbf7n7qxepsrk3y

Statistics of lower tropospheric inversions over the continental United States

Y. H. Zhang, S. D. Zhang, F. Yi, Z. Y. Chen
2011 Annales Geophysicae  
Since the higher occurrence rate, larger temperature jump and larger thickness of LTI occur in winter, we believe strong zonal wind shear plays a more important role in the formation of LTI.  ...  The basic structure parameters of lower tropospheric inversions (LTIs) have been derived from 10 years (1998)(1999)(2000)(2001)(2002)(2003)(2004)(2005)(2006)(2007) of high vertical resolution (∼50 m) radiosonde  ...  As that adopted by Zhang et al. (2009) , we use the temperature jump ( T ) as the criterion of the inversion. When T > 1 K, an inversion layer is identified.  ... 
doi:10.5194/angeo-29-401-2011 fatcat:mhgsdtm3uzf45gkcbd4mv3mesa

Page 244 of Monthly Weather Review Vol. 82, Issue 8 [page]

1954 Monthly Weather Review  
From available data it seems that most of the strong winds occurred with the first pressure jump line and the rain with the second pressure jump line.  ...  244 MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW pressure jump line passage) showed a surface inversion, a stable layer between 720 mb. and 770 mb., and isothermal layers at 600 mb. and 500 mb.  ... 

Absence of self-averaging in the complex admittance for transport through random media

Mitsuhiro Kawasaki, Takashi Odagaki, Klaus W. Kehr
2000 Physical Review B (Condensed Matter)  
It is rigorously shown that an admittance which is equal to the Fourier-Laplace transform of the first-passage time distribution is non-self-averaging when the disorder is strong.  ...  Thus, when the first inverse moment of a jump rate diverges, which is called strong disorder, the disorder-averaged MFPT diverges. It indicates that the disorder-averaged admittance is non-analytic.  ...  By taking the average of Eq. ͑6͒ over the distribution for the jump rates, one sees that the average of the MFPT ͗ t͘ is larger than the first inverse moment of a random jump rate ͗1/w͘.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevb.61.5839 fatcat:3b6tfbf25rcmbfty44wyhfbfye
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