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Physical Interpretation of MIMO Transmissions
"... Abstract—Information theoretical analysis has shown that the application of multiple antennas at both sides of the wireless communication link can greatly improve the capacity/throughput. Although many mathematical analyses are performed on such a system, generally referred to as a MultipleInput Mu ..."
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Input MultipleOutput (MIMO) system, a physical interpretation of the MIMO principle is still lacking in literature. In this paper, a physical interpretation is presented by which it is shown that a given MIMO system is more robust in richlyscattered environments. I.
The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics
 Proc. Royal Soc. London A
, 1942
"... Modern developments of atomic theory have required alterations in some of the most fundamental physical ideas. This has resulted in its being usually easier to discover the equations that describe some particular phenomenon than just how the equations are to be interpreted. The quantum mechanics of ..."
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Modern developments of atomic theory have required alterations in some of the most fundamental physical ideas. This has resulted in its being usually easier to discover the equations that describe some particular phenomenon than just how the equations are to be interpreted. The quantum mechanics
PHYSICAL INTERPRETATION OF THEIR PARAMETERS.
, 2000
"... The physical model (PhsMdl) of the hadrons is offered by means of the obvious analogy with the transparent surveyed PhsMdls of the vacuum and leptons in our recent works. It is assumed that the vacuum is consistent by dynamides, streamlined in junctions of some tight crystalline lattice. Every dynam ..."
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circular twodimensional motion of its elementary electric charge within three mutually perpendicular flats. Then the exchange of the colors between two quarks with different colors within some hadron can be interpretated as some twisting of same hadron in the space. We give a new obvious physical
On the physical interpretation and the mathematical structure . . .
"... The combinatorial hierarchy model for basic particle processes is based on elementary entities; any representation they may have is discrete and twovalued. We call them Schnurs to suggest their most fundamental aspect as concatenating strings. Consider a definite small number of them. Consider an e ..."
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, rejecting Bohr's reduction to the haptic language of common sense and classical physics. Since discriminations occur sequentially, our model is consistent with a "fixed pastuncertain future " philosophy of physics. We demonstrate that this model generates four hierarchical levels of rapidly
Physical interpretation of NUT solution
, 2005
"... We show that the well–known NUT solution can be correctly interpreted as describing the exterior field of two counter–rotating semi– infinite sources possessing negative masses and infinite angular momenta which are attached to the poles of a static finite rod of positive mass. PACS numbers: 04.20.J ..."
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We show that the well–known NUT solution can be correctly interpreted as describing the exterior field of two counter–rotating semi– infinite sources possessing negative masses and infinite angular momenta which are attached to the poles of a static finite rod of positive mass. PACS numbers: 04
The Physical Interpretation of the Lanczos Tensor.
, 2008
"... The field equations of general relativity can be written as first order differential equations in the Weyl tensor, the Weyl tensor in turn can be written as a first order differential equation in a three index tensor called the Lanczos tensor. Similarly in electromagnetic theory Maxwell’s equations ..."
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The field equations of general relativity can be written as first order differential equations in the Weyl tensor, the Weyl tensor in turn can be written as a first order differential equation in a three index tensor called the Lanczos tensor. Similarly in electromagnetic theory Maxwell’s equations can be written as first order differential equations in the field tensor Fab and this in can be written as a first order differential equation in the vector potential Aa; thus the Lanczos tensor plays a similar role in general relativity to that of the vector potential in electromagnetic theory. The AharonovBohm effect shows that when quantum mechanics is applied to electromagnetic theory the vector potential is dynamically significant, even when the electromagnetic field tensor Fab vanishes. Here it is assumed that in the quantum realm the Lanczos tensor is dynamically significant, and this leads to an attempt to quantize the gravitational field by pursuing the analogy between the vector field and the Lanczos tensor. 1
On the Physical Interpretation of the Combinatorial Hierarchy
 JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
, 1978
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A physical interpretation of tight frames
 In: Harmonic Analysis and Applications, Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis
, 2006
"... Summary. We find finite tight frames when the lengths of the frame elements are predetermined. In particular, we derive a “fundamental inequality ” which completely characterizes those sequences which arise as the lengths of a tight frame’s elements. Furthermore, using concepts from classical physic ..."
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physics, we show that this characterization has an intuitive physical interpretation. 1
Abstract Physical Interpretations of
, 2008
"... The meaning and significance of Mach’s Principle and its dependence on ideas about relativistic rotating frame theory and the celestial sphere is explained and discussed. Two new relativistic rotation transformations are introduced by using a linear simulation for the rotating disc situation. The ac ..."
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The meaning and significance of Mach’s Principle and its dependence on ideas about relativistic rotating frame theory and the celestial sphere is explained and discussed. Two new relativistic rotation transformations are introduced by using a linear simulation for the rotating disc situation. The accepted formula for centrifugal acceleration in general relativity is then analysed with the use of one of these transformations. It is shown that for this general relativity formula to be valid throughout all spacetime there has to be everywhere a local standard of absolutely zero rotation. It is then concluded that the field off all possible spacetime null geodesics or photon paths unify the absolute local nonrotation standard throughout spacetime. Thus it is suggested that Mach’s principle holds in the restricted sense that there is a universal standard of absolute local rotation rate related to the apparent rotation of the celestial sphere. However this apparent rotation is actually the earth’s rotation relative to a local mapping of null geodesic endpoints from that time and space distant sphere to the local time in the local zerorotation environment. A connection of local inertia with the celestial sphere is not found.
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