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Fuzzy M-solid Subpseudovarieties

Atthchai Chada, Rajabhat Mahasarakham University
2018 Annals of Pure and Applied Mathematics  
In this paper, we define the concept of fuzzy M-solid subpseudovarieties of a given M-solid pseudovariety and show that the lattice of all fuzzy M-solid subpseudovarieties is a complete sublattice of the  ...  Moreover, for submonoids M 1 , M 2 of hypersubstitutions with M 1 ⊆ M 2 , we show that the lattice of all fuzzy M 2 -solid subpseudovarieties is a complete sublattice of the lattice of all fuzzy M 1solid  ...  The authors would like to thank the referees for valuable suggestions on the paper and thank the Faculty of Science and Technology, Rajabhat Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand for financial  ... 
doi:10.22457/apam.v17n1a13 fatcat:ow4ze7k6ffb3nh3mqtowm4gvey

Early Latin Verse. W. M. Lindsay

Robert S. Radford
1926 Classical Philology  
M. Linpsay. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1922. Pp. ix+372. $9.35.}  ...  or seven), of Argyraspids (as an élite of the Hyp- aspists), and the simultaneous disappearance of light cavalry and mistho- phorot signify, not, for example, the end of Callisthenes’ history, but a tactical  ... 
doi:10.1086/360838 fatcat:cvdmqcdgvrg5zdjuwqsk3ar36q

Solute–solvent interactions of oligo(m-benzamide)s in N,N-dimethylacetamide

Takakazu Kojima, Masahiko Hamada, Masa-Aki Miyahara, Yoshinobu Hosaka
1987 Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics  
in “the pure base method”.  ...  They found considerable contributions of the enthalpies of cavitation, AH,, and dispersion interaction, AHigi-,, to the hydrogen bond enthalpy, AHj,, and made a correction of A Hyp for AH, and 4H;;,, by  ... 
doi:10.1002/polb.1987.090250710 fatcat:mtvulo2iyjbqrff4sfewqls2se

Advances in Protein Chemistry. Volume III. M. L. Anson , John T. Edsall

W. D. McElroy
1947 The Quarterly review of biology  
Almost half of the first part is concerned with choline esterase activity and the effects of various agents on this system.  ...  The treatment of the chapter on The Interrelation of Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism, by Harry J. Deuel and Margaret G. Morehouse, is purely biochemi- cal in nature.  ... 
doi:10.1086/395994 fatcat:xdiihp42enhynjgp4kn56znegm

Objective Model Selection for Identifying the Human Feedforward Response in Manual Control

Frank M. Drop, Daan M. Pool, Marinus Rene M. van Paassen, Max Mulder, Heinrich H. Bulthoff
2018 IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics  
A new model selection criterion is proposed to decide on the model order (number of parameters) and the presence of feedforward in addition to feedback.  ...  path from data generated by a pure feedback model: 'false-positive' feedforward detection.  ...  Y pe (s) Y pt (s) Y nms (s) Y c (s) The model of the feedforward part Y hyp pt is based on the notion that the 'ideal' feedforward controller equals the inverse of the system dynamics [7] , [17] , [  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcyb.2016.2602322 pmid:27662694 fatcat:7zb6tlyab5dcjjj6e4nagahcnq

M-theoretic Genesis of Topological Phases [article]

Gil Young Cho, Dongmin Gang, Hee-Cheol Kim
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We present a novel M-theoretic approach of constructing and classifying anyonic topological phases of matter, by establishing a correspondence between (2+1)d topological field theories and non-hyperbolic  ...  Hence, we pave a new route toward the classification of topological phases of matter.  ...  For example, a systematic algorithm of finding purely gauge theoretical descriptions for T [M ] was introduced in [12, 21] .  ... 
arXiv:2007.01532v1 fatcat:n7j4fokdqnbgrev34qrhqva2zu

M-theoretic genesis of topological phases

Gil Young Cho, Dongmin Gang, Hee-Cheol Kim
2020 Journal of High Energy Physics  
We present a novel M-theoretic approach of constructing and classifying anyonic topological phases of matter, by establishing a correspondence between (2+1)d topological field theories and non-hyperbolic  ...  Hence, we pave a new route toward the classification of topological phases of matter.  ...  For example, a systematic algorithm of finding purely gauge theoretical descriptions for T [M ] was introduced in [12, 21] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/jhep11(2020)115 fatcat:2n6lyqvvobgpdeoxbcfifptm7y

Rigid local systems and motives of type G2. With an appendix by Michale Dettweiler and Nicholas M. Katz

Michael Dettweiler, Stefan Reiter
2010 Compositio Mathematica  
We derive the existence of motives for motivated cycles which have a motivic Galois group of typeG2.  ...  AbstractUsing the middle convolution functorMCχintroduced by N. Katz, we prove the existence of rigid local systems whose monodromy is dense in the simple algebraic groupG2.  ...  We are also grateful to the anonymous referee for valuable suggestions and clarifying comments. Parts of this work were written during the first author's stay at the Institute for Advanced Study in  ... 
doi:10.1112/s0010437x10004641 fatcat:6sfev56tpnhn5drfwrrbrggq5m

Human Embryology . ed. 2. Bradley M. Patten. Blakiston, New York, 1953. 798 pp. Illus. + charts

Carl L. Davis
1954 Science  
Of the limited space available in a monograph, rather too much has been devoted to a discussion of thepurely academic” question of what is the correct expression for the energy of a magne- tized specimen  ...  Thus arranged, this bibliography well documents the text, of which it is an important and useful part.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.119.3102.837-b fatcat:4zswfwkkizg4zgzcvncxmvzsyu

Hypnotism: An Objective Study in Suggestibility . André M. Weitzenhoffer. Wiley, New York; Chapman & Hall, London, 1953. 380 pp. $6

W. O. Ramsey
1954 Science  
Fundamental principles (Part I). Paul H. Emmett, Ed. Reinhold, New York, 1954. 394 pp. Illus. $10. Animal Breeding. ed. 5. Laurence M. Winters.  ...  Of the limited space available in a monograph, rather too much has been devoted to a discussion of thepurely academic” question of what is the correct expression for the energy of a magne- tized specimen  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.119.3102.838-c fatcat:dkbhdbydtbaadp2kukghxs5erq

Hypnotism: An Objective Study in Suggestibility. Andre M. Weitzenhoffer. Wiley, New York; Chapman & Hall, London, 1953. 380 pp. $6

W. O. RAMSEY
1954 Science  
Fundamental principles (Part I). Paul H. Emmett, Ed. Reinhold, New York, 1954. 394 pp. Illus. $10. Animal Breeding. ed. 5. Laurence M. Winters.  ...  Of the limited space available in a monograph, rather too much has been devoted to a discussion of thepurely academic” question of what is the correct expression for the energy of a magne- tized specimen  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.119.3102.838-b fatcat:mae6bvwqxngjfclap65wsjq2si

Hypnotism: An Objective Study in Suggestibility . André M. Weitzenhoffer. Wiley, New York; Chapman & Hall, London, 1953. 380 pp. $6

W. O. Ramsey
1954 Science  
Fundamental principles (Part I). Paul H. Emmett, Ed. Reinhold, New York, 1954. 394 pp. Illus. $10. Animal Breeding. ed. 5. Laurence M. Winters.  ...  Of the limited space available in a monograph, rather too much has been devoted to a discussion of thepurely academic” question of what is the correct expression for the energy of a magne- tized specimen  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.119.3102.838.c fatcat:urzm4gw3lvd6lhaalqk6phzjgq

Hydroxyproline Glycosides in Secretory Arabinogalactan-Protein of Phaseolus vulgaris L

G.-J. Van Holst, F. M. Klis
1981 Plant Physiology  
Hydroxyprolinelinked side chains, consisting of arabinose, galactose, glucose, and rhamnose, comprise the major part of the sugar residues.  ...  The carbohydrate moiety of secretory arabinogalactan protein in bean seedlings (Phaseolw vulgaris L. cv. Prelude) is attached to the peptide backbone through hydroxyproline, serine, and threonine.  ...  From this, we conclude that a major part of the carbohydrate moiety is attached to hydroxyproline.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.68.4.979 pmid:16662037 pmcid:PMC426024 fatcat:bmqvdbrdejblzgsg5inaq54qnm

Page 631 of D M, Disease-A-Month Vol. 33, Issue 11 [page]

1987 D M, Disease-A-Month  
in boys as part of a syndrome that includes a characteristic EEG pattern called hyp- sarrhythmia.  ...  Tonic Seizures Purely tonic extension of the extremities with abrupt loss of con- sciousness forms an extremely rare seizure type.  ... 

Interstitial Collagens I, III, and VI Sequester and Modulate the Multifunctional Cytokine Oncostatin M

Rajan Somasundaram, Martin Ruehl, Benjamin Schaefer, Monika Schmid, Renate Ackermann, E. O. Riecken, Martin Zeitz, Detlef Schuppan
2001 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
The binding of certain growth factors and cytokines to components of the extracellular matrix can regulate their local availability and modulate their biological activities.  ...  OSM binding to collagens is saturable, with dissociation constants around 10 ؊8 M and estimated molar ratios of 1-3 molecules of OSM bound to one molecule of triple helical collagen.  ...  The binding of OSM to the chains of collagens I, III, and IV points to the common collagenous motif (Gly-Pro-Hyp) x as binding partner.  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.m110011200 pmid:11711546 fatcat:t2qh2jy6kbdtxga75pat643vy4
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