# operating microscope

## Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• n operating microscope binocular microscope used in surgery to provide a clear view of small and inaccessible parts of the body (as in microsurgery)
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## Usage

### In literature:

When examined under a microscope, parts of the filament operated on alternating current appear to be offset.
"Artificial Light" by M. Luckiesh
Instantly the barrister ceased operations, and, producing a pocket-microscope, minutely examined the rent.
"The Albert Gate Mystery" by Louis Tracy
The operator is supposed to have had some slight experience in the manipulation of the microscope.
"The Story of the Cotton Plant" by Frederick Wilkinson
They'll be putting you and your operation under the microscope.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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### In news:

And Australia-based JKTech have teamed to combine their scanning electron microscope (SEM) technologies and software to deliver applications that enhance minerals processing and improve evaluation of exploration targets for mining operations.
Pál Ormos and Péter Galajda, biophysicists at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, have devised an elegant way to construct microscopic machines that are both created and operated by light.
A high performance fluorescence laser scanning confocal microscope and an experienced operator are required to perform comparable examinations.
In addition to the ergonomic benefits and documentation provided by the operating microscope, general dentists have found that it allows for significant enhancement in the precision of restorative and prosthodontic care.
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### In science:

In the continuum limit, these holes correspond to insertions of operators – of “microscopic operators,” if nk is held ﬁxed as a → 0, and of “macroscopic operators” if nk · a is held ﬁxed (compare with subsections 4.2, 4.3).
Extending the Theory of Random Surfaces
We present two pieces of evidence in support of the conjecture that the microscopic spectral density of the Dirac operator is a universal quantity.
The chiral phase transition, random matrix models, and lattice data
We conclude that a lattice size of 64 is suﬃcient to identify the universal microscopic spectral density of the Dirac operator.
The chiral phase transition, random matrix models, and lattice data
We have presented very direct evidence for the universality of the microscopic spectral density of the Dirac operator by comparing lattice data obtained by Berbenni-Bitsch and Meyer to predictions from random matrix theory.
The chiral phase transition, random matrix models, and lattice data
We have studied the microscopic level density of the resulting Dirac operator numerically and conﬁrmed the anticipated agreement with the universal behaviour found empirically in QCD lattice data and analytically in other chiral random matrix models.
The Ginsparg-Wilson relation and local chiral random matrix theory
Wettig, Microscopic universality in the spectrum of the lattice Dirac operator , Phys.
The Ginsparg-Wilson relation and local chiral random matrix theory
Nishigaki, Universality of random matrices in the microscopic limit and the Dirac operator spectrum, Nucl.
Logarithmic Universality in Random Matrix Theory
Thus, the ‘only’ job that is left for a microscopic derivation is to decide whether the operators permitted by symmetry are actually realized in the ﬁeld theory, and to ﬁx their coupling constants.
Field Theory of the Random Flux Model
This is a poor approximation that has a serious effect especially on the calculation of the expectation values of microscopic operators such as the original spins.
Numerical renormalization-group study of spin correlations in one-dimensional random spin chains
A method for a microscopic description of Λ hypernuclei is formulated in the framework of the unitary-model-operator approach. A unitarily transformed hamiltonian is introduced and given in a cluster expansion form.
Three-Body-Cluster Effects on Lambda Single-Particle Energies in _{Lambda}^{17}O and_{Lambda}^{41}Ca
Although the basic phenomenology of the aging process has been described in an impressive variety of experimental data, it is nevertheless diﬃcult to understand any present aging measurement at a microscopic level and/or to extrapolate it to other operating conditions.
Summary and Outlook of the International Workshop on Aging Phenomena in Gaseous Detectors (DESY, Hamburg, October, 2001)
The oscillator model is a convenient tool to establish a “bridge” between the microscopic physics, where the oscillator variables a∗ and a naturally describe spin excitations (as creation and annihilation operators), and the macroscopic stochastic magnetization dynamics for normal modes.
Reply on Fluctuation-dissipation considerations for phenomenological damping models for ferromagnetic thin films'' [N. Smith, J. Appl. Phys. \bf{92}, 3877 (2002)]
We argue that this tension should be found in the microscopic picture if we include the ‘twist operator interaction’ in the microscopic CFT, something we have not done in our leading order computation.
A Microscopic Model for the Black hole - Black string Phase Transition
This provided for the ﬁrst time a microscopic deﬁnition of the operationally measurable entropy of macroscopic systems in equilibrium.
From Time-symmetric Microscopic Dynamics to Time-asymmetric Macroscopic Behavior: An Overview
However, usually in electromagnetic probes of microscopic systems, we are constrained to make measurements associated with one-photon exchange, corresponding to a matrix element of a one-body operator.
The nucleon to Delta electromagnetic transition form factors in lattice QCD
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