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Coil sensitivity encoding for fast MRI. In:
 Proceedings of the ISMRM 6th Annual Meeting,
, 1998
"... New theoretical and practical concepts are presented for considerably enhancing the performance of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) by means of arrays of multiple receiver coils. Sensitivity encoding (SENSE) is based on the fact that receiver sensitivity generally has an encoding effect complementa ..."
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signal dominates noise in the denominator image, ⌽ x,y ϭ 0 elsewhere. ⌽ is determined from the denominator image by pixelwise modulus discrimination with a threshold on the order of the noise level and further exclusion of pixels with then sparse neighborhood [29] the function ⌽ can serve as the basis
Modulusdominated SUSYbreaking soft terms in Ftheory and their test at LHC
, 2008
"... We study the general patterns of SUSYbreaking soft terms arising under the assumption of Kahler moduli dominated SUSYbreaking in string theory models. Insisting that all MSSM gauginos get masses at leading order and that the top Yukawa coupling is of order the gauge coupling constant identifies th ..."
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We study the general patterns of SUSYbreaking soft terms arising under the assumption of Kahler moduli dominated SUSYbreaking in string theory models. Insisting that all MSSM gauginos get masses at leading order and that the top Yukawa coupling is of order the gauge coupling constant identifies
IFTUAM/CSIC0827 Modulusdominated SUSYbreaking soft terms in Ftheory and their test at LHC
, 805
"... We study the general patterns of SUSYbreaking soft terms arising under the assumption of Kahler moduli dominated SUSYbreaking in string theory models. Insisting that all MSSM gauginos get masses at leading order and that the top Yukawa coupling is of order the gauge coupling constant identifies th ..."
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We study the general patterns of SUSYbreaking soft terms arising under the assumption of Kahler moduli dominated SUSYbreaking in string theory models. Insisting that all MSSM gauginos get masses at leading order and that the top Yukawa coupling is of order the gauge coupling constant identifies
Modulus semigroups and perturbation classes forlinear delay equations in
"... Abstract In this paper we study C0semigroups on X*Lp(h, 0; X) associated with lineardifferential equations with delay, where X is a Banach space. In the case that X isa Banach lattice with order continuous norm, we describe the associated modulus semigroup, under minimal assumptions on the delay o ..."
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operator. Moreover, wepresent a new class of delay operators for which the delay equation is wellposed for p in a subinterval of [1, 1). MSC 2000: 47D06, 34K06, 47B60 Keywords: functional differential equation, delay equation, modulus semigroup,perturbation theory, domination, Banach lattice Introduction
Dynamics of warped compactifications and the shape of the warped landscape
, 2005
"... The dynamics of warped/flux compactifications is studied, including warping effects, providing a firmer footing for investigation of the “landscape.” We present a general formula for the fourdimensional potential of warped compactifications in terms of tendimensional quantities. This allows a syste ..."
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systematic investigation of modulifixing effects and potentials for mobile branes. We provide a necessary criterion, “slopedominance, ” for evading “nogo ” results for de Sitter vacua. We outline the tendimensional derivation of the nonperturbative effects that should accomplish this in KKLT examples
Volume modulus inflation and a low scale of SUSY breaking
, 2008
"... The relation between the Hubble constant and the scale of supersymmetry breaking is investigated in models of inflation dominated by a string modulus. Usually in this kind of models the gravitino mass is of the same order of magnitude as the Hubble constant which is not desirable from the phenomenol ..."
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The relation between the Hubble constant and the scale of supersymmetry breaking is investigated in models of inflation dominated by a string modulus. Usually in this kind of models the gravitino mass is of the same order of magnitude as the Hubble constant which is not desirable from
Convexity of the dominant eigenvalue of an essentially nonnegative matrix
 Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 81(4
, 1981
"... Abstract. The dominant eigenvalue of a real n x n matrix A with nonnegative elements off the main diagonal is a convex function of the diagonal of A. We give a short proof using Trotter's product formula and a theorem on logconvexity due to Kingman. An « X « real matrix A with nonnegative elem ..."
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elements ai} (i ¥=j) off the main diagonal is called essentially nonnegative. Such an A has an eigenvalue r(A), called the dominant eigenvalue, that is real and greater than or equal to the real part of any other eigenvalue of A. r(A) need not be the eigenvalue of A with the largest modulus, but when every
Effects of Cosmological Moduli Fields on Cosmic Microwave Background
"... We discuss effects of cosmological moduli fields on the cosmic microwave background (CMB). If a modulus field φ once dominates the universe, the CMB we observe today is from the decay of φ and its anisotropy is affected by the primordial fluctuation in the amplitude of the modulus field. Consequentl ..."
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We discuss effects of cosmological moduli fields on the cosmic microwave background (CMB). If a modulus field φ once dominates the universe, the CMB we observe today is from the decay of φ and its anisotropy is affected by the primordial fluctuation in the amplitude of the modulus field
Which formulation allows using a constant shear modulus for smallstrain buckling of softcore sandwich structures?
 J. Appl. Mech., ASME
, 2005
"... Introduction The question of a correct formula for critical load, P cr , of elastic structures such as sandwich columns, composite columns, lattice columns, helical springs, and elastomeric bearings, in which shear deformations dominate, has been subject of polemics for decades; see ͓͓1͔, and refer ..."
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Introduction The question of a correct formula for critical load, P cr , of elastic structures such as sandwich columns, composite columns, lattice columns, helical springs, and elastomeric bearings, in which shear deformations dominate, has been subject of polemics for decades; see ͓͓1͔
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