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A influência da profundidade de agachamento no desempenho e em fatores biomecânicos no salto vertical

Gheller, Rodrigo Ghedini
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: 98 p.| il., grafs., tabs.
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Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Desportos, Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação Física, Florianópolis, 2013; Introdução: O salto vertical (SV) é uma habilidade motora presente em diversas modalidades esportivas. Além disso, o SV é um teste amplamente utilizado para estimar a potência de membros inferiores objetivando avaliar e monitorar programas de treinamento. Existem diversos fatores que influenciam no desempenho no SV, dentre eles o comprimento muscular, o qual pode ser alterado em função da variação do ângulo articular envolvido no movimento. Assim, o objetivo do presente estudo foi analisar o desempenho, a atividade eletromiográfica (EMG) dos músculos dos membros inferiores, os parâmetros cinéticos e cinemáticos durante os saltos verticais CMJ e SJ realizados a partir de diferentes profundidades de agachamento. Método: Participaram do estudo 22 sujeitos (23,5 ± 3,58 anos; 82,38 ± 9,83 kg; 185,5 ± 6,31 cm; 13,79 ± 3,31 % de gordura) praticantes das modalidades de voleibol ou basquetebol. Os participantes, após aquecimento e familiarização, realizaram três saltos em cada situação testada, que correspondia a diferentes profundidades de agachamento. No CMJ testaram-se as seguintes posições: 1) posição preferida - PREF; 2) ângulo de flexão do joelho <90º e; 3) ângulo de flexão do joelho >90°...

Patient positioning during digital rectal examination of the prostate: preferences, tolerability, and results

Romero,Frederico R.; Romero,Antonio W.; Tambara Filho,Renato; Brenny Filho,Thadeu; Oliveira Júnior,Fernando Cesar de
Fonte: Sociedade Brasileira de Urologia Publicador: Sociedade Brasileira de Urologia
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/06/2011 EN
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PURPOSE: To evaluate the preferred position used by Brazilian Urologists to perform DRE, the position that Brazilian patients prefer or think it is less embarrassing to have a DRE, and to evaluate the results of DRE with patients in left lateral decubitus, modified lithotomy, standing-up, or the physician will have them place their elbows on the table and squat down slightly. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Brazilian Urologists were contacted by e-mail, and 200 patients answered a questionnaire while undergoing prostate cancer screening. RESULTS: The preferred position was modified lithotomy position reported by 63.4% of Urologists, and left lateral position reported by 42.7% of the patients. Total DRE time was lower in the standing-up position. Pain and urinary urgency scores were similar regardless of the position used, and bowel urgency score was higher in patients squatting down. Patients were similar in terms of age and PSA level, but there was a significant difference between the standard deviations of estimated prostate weight in left lateral position. There were no differences in prostate asymmetry, positive DRE, or incomplete palpation of the prostate rates among different examination positions. CONCLUSIONS: Despite individual subjective preferences...

Computer prediction of the exon-intron structure of mammalian pre-mRNAs.

Gelfand, M S
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 11/10/1990 EN
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A novel approach to the problem of prediction of protein-coding regions is suggested. This approach combines the site prediction methods to predict splicing sites and the global coding region prediction methods to choose the best variant of spliced mRNA. One of the advantages of the suggested algorithm is that the resulting mRNA or protein sequence may then be immediately analyzed further. The true mRNA either coincides with the predicted one or ranks high in the list of variants. In the latter situation the predicted mRNA usually differs from the true one in only one or two of several exons. The combined approach allows the use of a priori information (e.g. the putative protein length or the number of exons). It is possible to use additional parameters not considered here, such as the preferred lengths of exons and introns, and particularly the preferred position of introns in the reading frame and the preferred codon position of exon termini.

Maternity advice survey: sleeping position in Eastern Europe

Nelson, E; Serra, A; Cowan, S; Mangiaterra, V; the, M
Fonte: BMJ Group Publicador: BMJ Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /10/2000 EN
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AIM—To identify hospitals in Eastern Europe promoting front infant sleeping position.
METHODS—Questionnaires were distributed to maternity units in 22 countries during July to November 1999.
RESULTS—A total of 489 hospitals in 20 countries responded. Preferred position in normal care units was back (26.6%), front (1.8%), side (65%), or combination/none (6.6%). Corresponding recommendations at discharge were 17.4%, 3.5%, 73%, and 6.1%.



Diversity of preferred nucleotide sequences around the translation initiation codon in eukaryote genomes

Nakagawa, So; Niimura, Yoshihito; Gojobori, Takashi; Tanaka, Hiroshi; Miura, Kin-ichiro
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Understanding regulatory mechanisms of protein synthesis in eukaryotes is essential for the accurate annotation of genome sequences. Kozak reported that the nucleotide sequence GCCGCC(A/G)CCAUGG (AUG is the initiation codon) was frequently observed in vertebrate genes and that this ‘consensus’ sequence enhanced translation initiation. However, later studies using invertebrate, fungal and plant genes reported different ‘consensus’ sequences. In this study, we conducted extensive comparative analyses of nucleotide sequences around the initiation codon by using genomic data from 47 eukaryote species including animals, fungi, plants and protists. The analyses revealed that preferred nucleotide sequences are quite diverse among different species, but differences between patterns of nucleotide bias roughly reflect the evolutionary relationships of the species. We also found strong biases of A/G at position −3, A/C at position −2 and C at position +5 that were commonly observed in all species examined. Genes with higher expression levels showed stronger signals, suggesting that these nucleotides are responsible for the regulation of translation initiation. The diversity of preferred nucleotide sequences around the initiation codon might be explained by differences in relative contributions from two distinct patterns...

Role of Arcuate Frontal Cortex of Monkeys in Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements. I. Basic Response Properties to Retinal Image Motion and Position

Tanaka, Masaki; Lisberger, Stephen G.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2002 EN
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Anatomical and physiological studies have shown that the “frontal pursuit area” (FPA) in the arcuate cortex of monkeys is involved in the control of smooth pursuit eye movements. To further analyze the signals carried by the FPA, we examined the activity of pursuit-related neurons recorded from a discrete region near the arcuate spur during a variety of oculomotor tasks. Pursuit neurons showed direction tuning with a wide range of preferred directions and a mean full width at half-maximum of 129°. Analysis of latency using the “receiver operating characteristic” to compare responses to target motion in opposite directions showed that the directional response of 58% of FPA neurons led the initiation of pursuit, while 19% led by 25 ms or more. Analysis of neuronal responses during pursuit of a range of target velocities revealed that the sensitivity to eye velocity was larger during the initiation of pursuit than during the maintenance of pursuit, consistent with two components of firing related to image motion and eye motion. FPA neurons showed correlates of two behavioral features of pursuit documented in prior reports. 1) Eye acceleration at the initiation of pursuit declines as a function of the eccentricity of the moving target. FPA neurons show decreased firing at the initiation of pursuit in parallel with the decline in eye acceleration. This finding is consistent with prior suggestions that the FPA plays a role in modulating the gain of visual-motor transmission for pursuit. 2) A stationary eccentric cue evokes a smooth eye movement opposite in direction to the cue and enhances the pursuit evoked by subsequent target motions. Many pursuit neurons in the FPA showed weak...

Taking a Radical Position: Evidence for Position-Specific Radical Representations in Chinese Character Recognition Using Masked Priming ERP

Su, I.-Fan; Mak, Sin-Ching Cassie; Cheung, Lai-Ying Milly; Law, Sam-Po
Fonte: Frontiers Research Foundation Publicador: Frontiers Research Foundation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 18/09/2012 EN
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In the investigation of orthographic representation of Chinese characters, one question that has stimulated much research is whether radicals (character components) are specified for spatial position in a character (e.g., Ding et al., 2004; Tsang and Chen, 2009). Differing from previous work, component or radical position information in this study is conceived in terms of relative frequency across different positions of characters containing it. A lexical decision task in a masked priming paradigm focusing on radicals with preferred position of occurrence was conducted. A radical position that encompasses more characters than other positions was identified to be the preferred position of a particular radical. The prime that was exposed for 96 ms might share a radical with the target in the same or different positions. Moreover, the shared radical appeared either in its preferred or non-preferred position in the target. While response latencies only revealed the effect of graphical similarity, both effects of graphical similarity and radical position preference were found in the event-related potential (ERP) results. The former effect was reflected in greater positivity in occipital P1 and greater negativity in N400 for radicals in different positions in prime and target characters. The latter effect manifested as greater negativity in occipital N170 and greater positivity in frontal P200 in the same time window elicited by radicals in their non-preferred position. Equally interesting was the reversal of the effect of radical position preference in N400 with greater negativity associated with radicals in preferred position. These findings identify the early ERP components associated with activation of position-specific radical representations in the orthographic lexicon...

Laterality Influences Schooling Position in Rainbowfish, Melanotaenia spp

Bibost, Anne-Laurence; Brown, Culum
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 15/11/2013 EN
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Cerebral lateralization is a widespread trait among animals, is often manifested as side biases in behaviour (laterality) and has been suggested to provide fitness benefits. Here we examined the influence of laterality on the organisation of fish schools using rainbowfish (Melanotaenia spp) as model species. The pattern and strength of laterality for each individual was determined by examining eye preferences whilst examining their reflection in a mirror. Schools of four fish of known laterality were then created and the preferred position for each fish within the school was repeatedly observed in a flume. Fish which showed right eye preferences in the mirror test preferentially adopted a position on the left side of the school. Conversely, fish that showed left eye preferences in the mirror test or where non-lateralised preferentially adopted a position slightly to the right side of the school. However, this general pattern varied depending on the species and sex of the school. Our results strongly implicate individual laterality in the geometry of school formation.

Decreased Fixation Stability of the Preferred Retinal Location in Juvenile Macular Degeneration

Bethlehem, Richard A. I.; Dumoulin, Serge O.; Dalmaijer, Edwin S.; Smit, Miranda; Berendschot, Tos T. J. M.; Nijboer, Tanja C. W.; Van der Stigchel, Stefan
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Macular degeneration is the main cause for diminished visual acuity in the elderly. The juvenile form of macular degeneration has equally detrimental consequences on foveal vision. To compensate for loss of foveal vision most patients with macular degeneration adopt an eccentric preferred retinal location that takes over tasks normally performed by the healthy fovea. It is unclear however, whether the preferred retinal locus also develops properties typical for foveal vision. Here, we investigated whether the fixation characteristics of the preferred retinal locus resemble those of the healthy fovea. For this purpose, we used the fixation-offset paradigm and tracked eye-position using a high spatial and temporal resolution infrared eye-tracker. The fixation-offset paradigm measures release from fixation under different fixation conditions and has been shown useful to distinguish between foveal and non-foveal fixation. We measured eye-movements in nine healthy age-matched controls and five patients with juvenile macular degeneration. In addition, we performed a simulation with the same task in a group of five healthy controls. Our results show that the preferred retinal locus does not adopt a foveal type of fixation but instead drifts further away from its original fixation and has overall increased fixation instability. Furthermore...

The location of the inferior angle of the scapula in relation to the spine in the upright position: a systematic review of the literature and meta-analysis

Cooperstein, Robert; Haneline, Michael; Young, Morgan
Fonte: BioMed Central Publicador: BioMed Central
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Practitioners in several of the health care professions use anatomical landmarks to identify spinal levels, both in order to enhance diagnostic accuracy and to specifically target the site of intervention. Authoritative sources usually state the upright inferior scapular angle (IAS) aligns with the spinous process (SP) of T7, but some specify the T7-8 interspace or the T8 SP. The primary goals of this study were to systematically review the relevant literature; and conduct a meta-analysis of the pooled data from retrieved studies to increase their statistical power. Electronic searching retrieved primary studies relating the IAS to a spinal level, as determined by an imaging reference standard, using combinations of these search terms: scapula, location, landmark, spinous process, thoracic vertebrae, vertebral level, palpation, and spine. Only primary studies were included; review articles and reliability studies related to scapular position but lacking spinal correlations were excluded. Eight-hundred and eighty (880) articles of interest were identified, 43 abstracts were read, 22 full text articles were inspected, and 5 survived the final cut. Each article (with one exception) was rated for quality using the QUADAS instrument. Pooling data from 5 studies resulted in normal distribution in which the upright IAS on average aligns closely with the T8 SP...

Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Metabolic Syndrome—Position Paper of the Indian National Association for the Study of the Liver, Endocrine Society of India, Indian College of Cardiology and Indian Society of Gastroenterology

Duseja, Ajay; Singh, Shivaram P.; Saraswat, Vivek A.; Acharya, Subrat K.; Chawla, Yogesh K.; Chowdhury, Subhankar; Dhiman, Radha K.; Jayakumar, Rohinivilasam V.; Madan, Kaushal; Misra, Sri P.; Mishra, Hrudananda; Modi, Sunil K.; Muruganathan, Arumugam; Sa
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is closely associated with metabolic syndrome. Prevalence of metabolic risk factors including diabetes mellitus, obesity, etc. is rapidly increasing in India putting this population at risk for NAFLD. Patients with NAFLD are at increased risk for liver-related morbidity and mortality and also cardiovascular disease risk and increased incidence of diabetes mellitus on long-term follow-up. Management of patients with NAFLD may require a multi-disciplinary approach involving not only the hepatologists but also the internists, cardiologists, and endocrinologists. This position paper which is a combined effort of the Indian National Association for Study of the Liver (INASL), Endocrine Society of India (ESI), Indian College of Cardiology (ICC) and the Indian Society of Gastroenterology (ISG) defines the spectrum of NAFLD and the association of NAFLD with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome besides suggesting preferred approaches for the diagnosis and management of patients with NAFLD in the Indian context.

A life course approach to measuring socioeconomic position in population surveillance and its role in determining health status.

Chittleborough, Catherine Ruth
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Measuring socioeconomic position (SEP) in population chronic disease and risk factor surveillance systems is essential for monitoring changes in socioeconomic inequities in health over time. A life course approach in epidemiology considers the long-term effects of physical and social exposures during gestation, childhood, adolescence, and later adult life on health. Previous studies provide evidence that socioeconomic factors at different stages of the life course influence current health status. Measures of SEP during early life to supplement existing indicators of current SEP are required to more adequately explain the contribution of socioeconomic factors to health status and monitor health inequities. The aim of this thesis was to examine how a life course perspective could enhance the monitoring of SEP in chronic disease and risk factor surveillance systems. The thesis reviewed indicators of early life SEP used in previous research, determined indicators of early life SEP that may be useful in South Australian surveillance systems, and examined the association of SEP over the life course and self-rated health in adulthood across different population groups to demonstrate that inclusion of indicators of early life SEP in surveillance systems could allow health inequities to be monitored among socially mobile and stable groups. A variety of indicators...

Evaluation von verschiedenen Monitorpositionen in der laparoskopischen Chirurgie hinsichtlich Arbeitsleistung und muskulärer Beanspruchung - eine auf Elektromyographie basierende Studie -; Muscle-strain and task-performance in relation to monitorposition in laparoscopic surgery - an EMG based study

Kehl, Katharina
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: Dissertação
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In dieser Studie wurde die Abhängigkeit der Arbeitsleistung und der Muskelbeanspruchung von der Monitorposition in der laparoskopischen Chirurgie untersucht. Die Auswertung der ergonomischen Aspekte basiert neben der Elektromyographie auf der subjektiven Einschätzung der 18 Probanden. Laparoskopisches Nähen wurde unter Laborbedingungen durch das Auffädeln von Perlen während vier Messungen von je 15 Minuten simuliert, in denen der Blick auf den Monitor konstant war. Die Reihenfolge der Monitorpositionen war randomisiert: "A": Frontal in Augenhöhe "B": Frontal in Höhe des OP-Feldes "C": 45° rechtsseitig in Augenhöhe Die vierte Messung gab den Probanden die Möglichkeit den Blickwinkel während der Arbeit zu ändern, bzw. nur mit der favorisierten Position zu arbeiten. Während aller Messungen wurden Oberflächenelektromyogramme von sechs Nackenmuskeln abgeleitet und anhand der Kennwerte der Frequenz und der Amplitude analysiert. Die konventionelle Positionierung des Monitors auf der Seite kann nach den Studienergebnissen nicht empfohlen werden, da hierbei signifikant eine schlechtere Arbeitsleistung und ein höherer Ermüdungsgrad der Muskulatur gefunden wurde. Der Großteil der Probanden präferiert eine Kombination von zwei frontal positionierten Monitoren...

Contraintes et conditions d’émergence de l’engagement des jeunes en situation de marginalité

Greissler, Elisabeth
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Cette recherche doctorale vise à comprendre et interpréter les conditions d’émergence d’un engagement chez des jeunes en situation de marginalité. Des études ont montré que cette situation peut-être un frein important à l’engagement, en raison d’un manque de ressources personnelles, organisationnelles, ou culturelles. Généralement, on a tendance à insister sur le fait que « les jeunes » ne veulent plus militer. Pourtant, d’importantes actions collectives (mouvements étudiants ou communautaires) ou initiatives citoyennes personnelles (écriture de blogues ou signature de pétitions) viennent contredire cette affirmation. En fait, certaines prises de position, dans la sphère privée notamment, échappent à toute analyse classique et sont prises pour un non-engagement, de l’individualisme voire de l’apathie. À partir d’une approche qualitative, exploratoire et interprétative, le dispositif méthodologique de cette thèse privilégie l’observation participante et les entretiens de groupe afin de recueillir le point de vue des jeunes et d’observer un certain nombre d’actions collectives. C’est par le truchement d’organismes communautaires de jeunesse (OCJ) montréalais qu’une centaine de jeunes ont été rencontrés...

Lorentz-covariant quantum mechanics and preferred frame

Caban, Pawel; Rembieliński, Jakub
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 07/08/1998
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In this paper the relativistic quantum mechanics is considered in the framework of the nonstandard synchronization scheme for clocks. Such a synchronization preserves Poincar{\'e} covariance but (at least formally) distinguishes an inertial frame. This enables to avoid the problem of a noncausal transmision of information related to breaking of the Bell's inequalities in QM. Our analysis has been focused mainly on the problem of existence of a proper position operator for massive particles. We have proved that in our framework such an operator exists for particles with arbitrary spin. It fulfills all the requirements: it is Hermitean and covariant, it has commuting components and moreover its eigenvectors (localised states) are also covariant. We have found the explicit form of the position operator and have demonstrated that in the preferred frame our operator coincides with the Newton--Wigner one. We have also defined a covariant spin operator and have constructed an invariant spin square operator. Moreover, full algebra of observables consisting of position operators, fourmomentum operators and spin operators is manifestly Poincar\'e covariant in this framework. Our results support expectations of other authors (Bell, Eberhard) that a consistent formulation of quantum mechanics demands existence of a preferred frame.; Comment: 21 pages...

The Physics of Blazar Optical Emission Regions I: Alignment of Optical Polarization and the VLBI Jet

Yuan, Michael J.; Tran, Hien; Wills, Beverley; Wills, D.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We collected optical and near IR linear polarization data obtained over 20--30 years for a sample of 51 blazars. For each object, we calculated the probability that the distribution of position angles was isotropic. The distribution of these probabilities was sharply peaked, with 27 blazars showing a probability < 15% of an isotropic distribution of position angles. For these 27 objects we defined a preferred position angle. For those 17 out of 27 blazars showing a well-defined radio structure angle (jet position angle) on VLBI scales (1--3mas), we looked at the distribution of angle differences -- the optical polarization relative to the radio position angles. This distribution is sharply peaked, especially for the BL Lac objects, with alignment better than 15 degrees for half the sample. Those blazars with preferred optical position angles were much less likely to have bent jets on 1--20mas scales. These results support a shock-in-jet hypothesis for the jet optical emission regions.; Comment: 4 pages, 4 figures. To be published in "Blazar Demographics and Physics", ASP Conf. Series, P. Padovani and C. M. Urry eds

Variability and stability in blazar jets on time scales of years: Optical polarization monitoring of OJ287 in 2005-2009

Villforth, C.; Nilsson, K.; Heidt, J.; Takalo, L. O.; Pursimo, T.; Berdyugin, A.; Lindfors, E.; Pasanen, M.; Winiarski, M.; Drozdz, M.; Ogloza, W.; Kurpinska-Winiarska, M.; Siwak, M.; Koziel-Wierzbowska, D.; Porowski, C.; Kuzmicz, A.; Krzesinski, J.; Kund
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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(Abridged) OJ287 is a BL Lac object that has shown double-peaked bursts at regular intervals of ~12 yr during the last ~40 yr. We analyse optical photopolarimetric monitoring data from 2005-2009, during which the latest double-peaked outburst occurred. The aim of this study is twofold: firstly, we aim to analyse variability patterns and statistical properties of the optical polarization light-curve. We find a strong preferred position angle in optical polarization. The preferred position angle can be explained by separating the jet emission into two components: an optical polarization core and chaotic jet emission. The optical polarization core is stable on time scales of years and can be explained as emission from an underlying quiescent jet component. The chaotic jet emission sometimes exhibits a circular movement in the Stokes plane. We interpret these events as a shock front moving forwards and backwards in the jet, swiping through a helical magnetic field. Secondly, we use our data to assess different binary black hole models proposed to explain the regularly appearing double-peaked bursts in OJ287. We compose a list of requirements a model has to fulfil. The list includes not only characteristics of the light-curve but also other properties of OJ287...

Preferred Basis in a Measurement Process

Venugopalan, Anu
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 30/06/1994
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The effect of decoherence is analysed for a free particle, interacting with an environment via a dissipative coupling. The interaction between the particle and the environment occurs by a coupling of the position operator of the particle with the environmental degrees of freedom. By examining the exact solution of the density matrix equation one finds that the density matrix becomes completely diagonal in momentum with time while the position space density matrix remains nonlocal. This establishes the momentum basis as the emergent 'preferred basis' selected by the environment which is contrary to the general expectation that position should emerge as the preferred basis since the coupling with the environment is via the position coordinate.; Comment: Standard REVTeX format, 10 pages of output. Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev A

Preferred Position of the Detector for MeV Backscattering Spectrometry

Eisen, F. H.; Nicolet, M.-A.
Fonte: American Institute of Physics Publicador: American Institute of Physics
Tipo: Book Section; PeerReviewed Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/08/2003
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When an amorphous target is tilted with respect to the incident beam, the yield of an MeV backscattering spectrum will not change height if the measurements are executed under suitable conditions. One of these involves the position of the detector with respect to the plane defined by the directions of the incident beam and the tilt axis, as demonstrated here. The results clarify early data on the subject.

Hierarquização de direitos fundamentais: a doutrina da posição preferencial na jurisprudência da Suprema Corte Norte-americana; Is there a hierarchy between Fundamental Rights? The preferred position constitutional doctrine in the light of Supreme Court line of decision

Martel, Letícia de Campos Velho; PUC - Rio
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2004 POR
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Este ensaio examina a questão da hierarquização dos direitos fundamentais à luz da jurisprudência da Suprema Corte norte-americana. Para tal, explicita a  doutrina da posição preferencial, suas origens e seus rumos atuais, além de realizar um breve incurso na teoria do compelling interest, doutrina correlata àquela, sempre em atenção aos julgados da Corte Máxima estadunidense.; This essay has as main subject the Supreme Court preferred position constitutional law doctrine. In order to achieve this goal, it first explains the origins and actual questions concerning the preferred position doctrine, and after it operates a brief examination of the compelling interest doctrine, which is parallel to preferred position.