SI system

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n SI system a complete metric system of units of measurement for scientists; fundamental quantities are length (meter) and mass (kilogram) and time (second) and electric current (ampere) and temperature (kelvin) and amount of matter (mole) and luminous intensity (candela) "Today the United States is the only country in the world not totally committed to the Systeme International d'Unites"
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Usage


In news:

Faith's customer, Woodman's Markets, was already using hybrid surveillance systems at various locations, so the SI proposed an all-IP-based security solution, highlighting the reduced cost and improved performance compared to the old systems.
We test drove the Si two-door coupe with a navigation system.
The Orbit ACS (Automation and Control Systems) SI 100 is a one-channel stand-alone unit for quick measurement and PLC output.
Trinity Health introduced the da Vinci Si HD Surgical System to the region last July, and was the first hospital in the region to begin a robotic surgery program.
Media Vision USA equipped the World Bank Executive Boardroom in Washington, DC, with a 4x language SI system with both wired and infrared wireless receivers.
Chris Ramsey talks about uses of Da Vinci Si surgical system.
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In science:

Ri ) ∨ (i 6∈ S ig (a) ∧ si = s′ In other words, at any moment in the system S ys, exactly one unit performs an internal action, exactly one unit performs an observable action that is not shared with any other unit, or multiple units synchronize over a common observable action.
Testing Systems of Concurrent Black-boxes--an Automata-Theoretic and Decompositional Approach
The system is “modulation-doped” meaning that the dopant atoms (in this case, Si donors) are placed in AlGaAs at some distance away from the interface.
Flatland Electrons in High Magnetic Fields
Hence it admits a system of pi blocks each of length ps , (si = r) formed by the orbits of T pi p. 67, a such system of block is complete.
The Permutation Groups and the Equivalence of Cyclic and Quasi-Cyclic Codes
Thus, a section s : Gk → ΠX gives rise to a system of neighbourhoods {Xi [s]}i≥1 , and the corresponding open subgroups {ΠX [i, s]}i≥1 inherit naturally, from the section s, sections si : Gk → ΠX [i, s].
Around the Grothendieck Anabelian Section Conjecture
We define the pro(Σ)-´etale Chern class associated to the section s, relative to the system of neighbourhoods {Xi [s]}i≥1 , as the element ˆc(s) def= (c(si ))i≥1 ∈ lim←− H 2 (Xi [s], MX ) (cf.
Around the Grothendieck Anabelian Section Conjecture
The new system is considered then in the local (bounded) time arguments {si} by using general analytical tools such as Lie series expansions.
Non-Smooth Spatio-Temporal Coordinates in Nonlinear Dynamics
For n := n′ q , consider the set system D := {Si : i ∈ [N ]} de fined from the Boolean embedding of C as follows: Si := supp(Bool(ci )).
Coding-Theoretic Methods for Sparse Recovery
Dots represent the scaling function GL (si ) in the magnetic coordinate system and crosses are the same in the geographic coordinate system.
Estimation and testing for spatially indexed curves with application to ionospheric and magnetic field trends
Then there exists a type A good coordinate system (cid:0)I , <, (Vi , Ei , Γi , si , ψ i ), (Vij , eij , ˆeij , ρij , η ij ), γijk (cid:1) for X .
D-manifolds, d-orbifolds and derived differential geometry: a detailed summary
The H 4 term is non-vanishing (even a system lacking headtail symmetry will still have a ∆χ0 P(H · Si )2 term in its magnetic energy), and we need show only that lower order terms continue to vanish.
Topology and Nematic Ordering II: Observable Critical Behavior
The abundances of the iron-group and other elements (Fe, Ni, Zn, Si, Cr) in the damped Lyα systems need to be confirmed.
Structure and Evolution of The Intergalactic Medium: Conference Summary
While I focus here on the SI transition, the above equation applies equally well at the critical points in quantum Hall systems and doped semiconductors , for example.
Finite temperature transport at the superconductor-insulator transition in disordered systems
Transverse energy measurements at the AGS [146] indicate that the transverse energy ET increases by 50% faster than predicted by an independent nucleon–nucleon interaction model when going from a light system (Si+Al) to a heavy system (Au+Au).
Signatures of Quark-Gluon-Plasma formation in high energy heavy-ion collisions: A critical review
Experimental status Data taken at the AGS with Si beams [140] seem on first sight to be consistent with an expanding, hadro-chemically and thermally equilibrated system with a temperature of 130 ± 10 MeV and a transverse flow velocity of βt ≈ 0.36 [155, 174].
Signatures of Quark-Gluon-Plasma formation in high energy heavy-ion collisions: A critical review
Assume s is a system of ´etale coordinates on U , and let ti := ˜si .
Deformation Quantization in Algebraic Geometry
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