LATIN and Teutonic factors in European civilization, ii.
"Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2" by John Addington Symonds
The factor for 3 per cent clearance and 1/3 cut-off, from Table II, is 0.71.
"Steam Engines" by Anonymous
The individual character of the reigning king was still the main factor in political history, and Edward II.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 5" by Various
Multiply this difference successively by the factors found in Tables II.
"A Treatise on Meteorological Instruments" by Henry Negretti
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Genetic changes (also called mutations) in clotting factors, like factor V and factor II (prothrombin), are the most common, inherited, predisposing factors for blood clots.
Genetic changes (also called mutations) in clotting factors, like factor V and factor II (prothrombin), are the most common, inherited, predisposing factors for blood clots .
TBP-like Factor Is Required for Embryonic RNA Polymerase II Transcription in C.
Fear factor cited for unwillingness to emulate example of World War II.
In parts I and II of this series, we identified four primary process factors that influence the cost and quality of progressive dies.
The kit incorporates the small form factor DP83848 PHYTER with Altera's Nios II Configurable 32-bit Embedded Processor in a USB stick format .
The noise factor has always been the downside of Origins I and II for me.
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As an illustration, the CHARM-II experiment measured about 2000 neutrino-electron scattering events from a sample of candidate events with a factor of 20 larger in size .
A CsI(Tl) Scintillating Crystal Detector for the Studies of Low Energy Neutrino Interactions
A is commutative. (ii) gr A is PI. (iii) gr A is FBN. (iv) gr A has enough normal elements in the sense of [YZ, p.36]. (v) gr A is a factor ring of a graded AS-Gorenstein ring.
Dualizing Complexes and Tilting Complexes over Simple Rings
Since Σ′ is a factor-closed, multiplicative set of matrices over khX i, it now follows from [9, Proposition 7.5.7(ii)] that φ is injective.
$K_0$ of purely infinite simple regular rings
The restriction of the map Ψa : H → Ka to RA factorizes through the obvious map RA → Qb∈W (a) RA /Ib by Lemma 4.8.(ii).
Induced and simple modules of double affine Hecke algebras
In PI δI ,P I , each cycle of P ultimately results in a factor of Pi δii = ℓ.
Spectral statistics of the k-body random-interaction model
Universality stems from the facts that: (i) lasing threshold in a given sample is determined by the highestquality mode of all the random resonators present in the sample, and (ii) the areal density of the random resonators decays sharply with the quality factor of the mode that they trap.
Universal Fluctuations of the Random Lasing Threshold in a Sample of a Finite Area
II we demonstrate that, with accuracy of a numerical factor, the basic characteristics of the distribution Eq. (1) can be found from a simple reasoning.
Universal Fluctuations of the Random Lasing Threshold in a Sample of a Finite Area
To this end we exploit smallness of fractional moments of the ﬁrst factor on the r.h.s. of (SLI) for energies close to E0 and suﬃciently large, but ﬁxed, L: This will follow from (A4)(ii) as is presented in the following Lemma 5.
Localization near fluctuation boundaries via fractional moments and applications
Theorem 2.3 For any C ∗ -ﬁnitely correlated state φ generated by the triplet (C, E , ρ), the fol lowing conditions are equivalent. (i) π(B)′′ is a factor. (ii) φ is strongly clustering for γ . (iii) L(E ) ∩ C0 = CI . (iv) ¯Π = {I }, that is, φQ ’s in (2) with projections Q ∈ Π are same.
Factors generated by $C^*$-finitely correlated states
Proposition 3.2 If Sp(∆φP ) = {1} and φ is neither local ly faithful nor pure, then π(B)′′ is a II∞ factor.
Factors generated by $C^*$-finitely correlated states
From the assumption, π(B)′′ is either a II1 factor or a II∞ factor.
Factors generated by $C^*$-finitely correlated states
Theorem 3.1 Suppose that R is the hyper ﬁnite type II 1 factor.
Singly Generated II_1 Factors
Popa, “Notes on Cartan subalgebras in type II 1 factors,” Math.
Singly Generated II_1 Factors
Matrix factorizations and link homology II. math.
Holomorphic disks and link invariants
Let Z be an irreducible subscheme of Hom(P1 , Hilb(X )) satisfying, (i) the associated morphism Z × P1 → Hilb(X ) does not factor through the projection Z × P1 → Z , and (ii) the image of a general point of Z ×P1 parametrizes a smooth, (n−1)-normal, rational curve in X .
Rational surfaces in index-one Fano hypersurfaces
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