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Outdoor MIMO wireless channels: Models and performance prediction,”
 IEEE Trans. Commun.,
, 2002
"... AbstractWe present a new model for multipleinput multipleoutput (MIMO) outdoor wireless fading channels which is more general and realistic than the usual i.i.d. model. The proposed model allows to investigate the behavior of channel capacity as a function of parameters such as the local scatter ..."
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scattering radius at the transmitter and the receiver, the distance between the transmit and receive arrays, and the antenna beamwidths and spacing. We show that capacity is driven by the spatial fading correlation and the condition number of the MIMO channel matrix through specific sets of propagation
KN Scattering and the Nucleon Strangeness Radius
, 1997
"... The leading nonzero electric moment of the nucleon strangequark vector 〉. We evaluate the lightest current is the mean square strangeness radius, 〈r2 s OZIallowed contribution to 〈r2 s〉, arising from the kaon cloud, using dispersion relations. Drawing upon unitarity constraints as well as K + N s ..."
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The leading nonzero electric moment of the nucleon strangequark vector 〉. We evaluate the lightest current is the mean square strangeness radius, 〈r2 s OZIallowed contribution to 〈r2 s〉, arising from the kaon cloud, using dispersion relations. Drawing upon unitarity constraints as well as K + N
Valid Radius
"... Figure 1: Our method renders the cars scene (a) in 100 minutes using 150K cache points. In a contrastenhanced, equaltime comparison to photon mapping (d), artifacts remain in the homogeneous medium even after tracing 8M photons due to the large scene extent and many light sources. With volumetric ..."
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) and 512 (e) with up to 16 samples per pixel. The zoomed insets (a, b, c, e) provide equaltime quality comparisons for radiance caching (RC) and path tracing (PT). A validation of our error metric as compared to a numerically computed optimal radius is shown in (f) for a 1D scene with two point lights
Formula for the radius of the support of the potential in terms of the scattering data
 Jour. of Phys. A
, 1998
"... Abstract. Let q(r) , r = x  , x ∈ R 3, be a realvalued squareintegrable compactly supported function, and [0, a] be the smallest interval containing the support of q(r). Let A(α ′ , α) = A(α ′ · α) be the corresponding scattering amplitude at a fixed positive energy, k2 � = 1. Let δℓ be the p ..."
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Abstract. Let q(r) , r = x  , x ∈ R 3, be a realvalued squareintegrable compactly supported function, and [0, a] be the smallest interval containing the support of q(r). Let A(α ′ , α) = A(α ′ · α) be the corresponding scattering amplitude at a fixed positive energy, k2 � = 1. Let δℓ
Status of the proton radius puzzle
"... This talk reviews the status of the proton radius puzzle, i.e., the discrepancy between inferred values for the proton charge radius. The focus is on a discussion of the uncertainties in extrapolations of electron scattering data, and of the uncertainties due to proton structure corrections in the m ..."
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This talk reviews the status of the proton radius puzzle, i.e., the discrepancy between inferred values for the proton charge radius. The focus is on a discussion of the uncertainties in extrapolations of electron scattering data, and of the uncertainties due to proton structure corrections
Model independent extraction of the proton magnetic radius
, 2014
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On the rmsradius of the proton
, 2003
"... We study the world data on elastic electronproton scattering in order to determine the proton charge rmsradius. After accounting for the Coulomb distortion and using a parameterization that allows to deal properly with the higher moments we find a radius of 0.895 ± 0.018fm, which is significantly ..."
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We study the world data on elastic electronproton scattering in order to determine the proton charge rmsradius. After accounting for the Coulomb distortion and using a parameterization that allows to deal properly with the higher moments we find a radius of 0.895 ± 0.018fm, which is significantly
The Pb Radius Experiment (PREX)
"... Abstract. We report the first measurement of the parityviolating asymmetry APV in the elastic scattering of polarized electrons from 208Pb from the Lead Radius Experiment PREX which ran in Hall A at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab). APV is sensitive to the radius of the neu ..."
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Abstract. We report the first measurement of the parityviolating asymmetry APV in the elastic scattering of polarized electrons from 208Pb from the Lead Radius Experiment PREX which ran in Hall A at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab). APV is sensitive to the radius
Coulomb Corrections to Elastic ElectronProton Scattering and the Proton Charge Radius, Phys
 Lett. B
, 2000
"... Recent values of the proton charge radius derived from the Lamb shift in electronic hydrogen tend to be larger than those from electron scattering. Therefore lowmomentumtransfer scattering data from different groups and laboratories have been reanalyzed with Coulomb and recoil corrections included ..."
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Recent values of the proton charge radius derived from the Lamb shift in electronic hydrogen tend to be larger than those from electron scattering. Therefore lowmomentumtransfer scattering data from different groups and laboratories have been reanalyzed with Coulomb and recoil corrections
Scattering of scalar and Dirac particles by a magnetic tube of finite radius
, 1997
"... We consider the Dirac equation in cylindrically symmetric magnetic fields and find its normal modes as eigenfunctions of a complete set of commuting operators. This set consists of the Dirac operator itself, the zcomponents of the linear and the total angular momenta, and of one of the possible spi ..."
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and consider in detail the scattering of scalar and Dirac particles in this field. For particles with low energy the scattering cross section coincides with the Aharonov–Bohm scattering cross section. We work out the first order corrections to this result caused by the fact that the solenoid radius is finite
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