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investigation. THE PHENOMENA OF THE TIMEVIOLATING PHOTON POLARIZATION PLANE AND NEUTRON SPIN ROTATION BY A DIFFRACTION GRATING. NEW METHODS OF MEASURING OF THE TIMEVIOLATING INTERACTIONS.
, 1997
"... It is shown, that the new phenomena of the Tviolating photon polarization plane and neutron spin rotation appear under diffraction in a noncentrosymmetrical diffraction grating. The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating and neutron interaction with noncentr ..."
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It is shown, that the new phenomena of the Tviolating photon polarization plane and neutron spin rotation appear under diffraction in a noncentrosymmetrical diffraction grating. The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating and neutron interaction
TIMEVIOLATING ROTATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE POLARIZATION PLANE BY A DIFFRACTION GRATING
, 1997
"... The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating have been obtained. It is shown, that the Tviolating rotation of the photon polarization plane appear under diffraction in a noncenter symmetrical diffraction grating. The rotation angle gives rise sharply, when the ..."
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The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating have been obtained. It is shown, that the Tviolating rotation of the photon polarization plane appear under diffraction in a noncenter symmetrical diffraction grating. The rotation angle gives rise sharply, when
EB Mixing in Tviolating Superconductors
, 2008
"... We analyze time reversal violating processes of the pwave superconductor. The LandauGinzuburg effective action has an induced Tviolating term of electromagnetic potentials which resembles the ChernSimons term and causes a mixing between the electric field and the magnetic field. Several Tviolat ..."
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We analyze time reversal violating processes of the pwave superconductor. The LandauGinzuburg effective action has an induced Tviolating term of electromagnetic potentials which resembles the ChernSimons term and causes a mixing between the electric field and the magnetic field. Several Tviolating
PHENOMENON OF THE TIMEREVERSALVIOLATING PHOTON POLARIZATION PLANE ROTATION BY A GAS PLACED TO AN ELECTRIC FIELD
, 1998
"... many years ago [1], and remains one of the great unsolved problems in elementary particle physics. Since the discovery of the CPviolation in decay of K0mesons, a few attempts have been undertaken to observe this phenomenon experimentally in different processes. However, that experiments have not b ..."
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not been successful. At the present time novel more precise experimental schemes are actively discussed: observation of the atom [2] and neutron [3] electric dipole moment, Tviolating (time reversal) atom (molecule) spin rotation in a laser wave and Tviolating optical activity of an atomic or molecular
Soft CP breaking and the strongCP problem
, 2008
"... I put forward a model with vectorlike isosinglet quarks in which soft breaking of CP leads to strong CP violation only arising at twoloop level. Nonperturbative effects in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) may lead to P and CP violation, characterized by a parameter θ, in strong interactions. The exper ..."
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. The experimental upper bound on the electric dipole moment of the neutron requires θ< ∼ 2 × 10 −10 [1]. (Electric dipole moments of elementary particles are both Pand Tviolating; in normal field theory, T violation is equivalent to CP violation.) The presence of this unnaturally small number in QCD is known
A framework for the storage and retrieval of continuous media data
 IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIMEDIA COMPUTING AND SYSTEMS, WASHINGTON D.C
, 1995
"... Continuous media applications require a guaranteed transfer rate of data, which conventional storage servers are not designed to provide. The aim of this paper is to provide a general framework for the design of storage servers that deal with both continuous and noncontinuous media data. We present ..."
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present several algorithms for the concurrent transfer of continuous media data for multiple requests with di erent rates. The algorithms provide high throughput by reducing the seek latency time and by eliminating rotational latency incurred when accessing data on disks. Each of these algorithms
Explicit Actions for Electromagnetism with Two Gauge Fields from P and T Violation by Electromagnetic Duality Rotations
"... We extend the work of Mello and al. based in Cabbibo and Ferrari concerning the description of electromagnetism with two gauge fields from a variational principle, i.e. an action. We provide a systematic independent derivation of the allowed actions which hold only one magnetic and one electric phys ..."
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physical fields and are invariant under the discrete symmetries P and T. We conclude that neither the Lagrangean, neither the Hamiltonean, are invariant under the electromagnetic duality rotations. This agrees with the weakstrong coupling mixing characteristic of the duality due to the Dirac quantization
Enhanced Todd Podd Electromagnetic Moments in Reflection Asymmetric Nuclei
, 1996
"... Collective P and T odd moments produced by parity and time invariance violating forces in reflection asymmetric nuclei are considered. The enhanced collective Schiff, electric dipole and octupole moments appear due to the mixing of rotational levels of opposite parity. These moments can exceed sin ..."
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Collective P and T odd moments produced by parity and time invariance violating forces in reflection asymmetric nuclei are considered. The enhanced collective Schiff, electric dipole and octupole moments appear due to the mixing of rotational levels of opposite parity. These moments can exceed
New Facets of the Linear Ordering Polytope
, 1995
"... The linear ordering problem has many applications and was studied by many authors (see [5, 9, 12] for survey). One approach to solve this problem, the socalled cutting plane method [8, 14] derives facetdefining inequalities, which are violated by current nonfeasible solution and adds them to the ..."
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The linear ordering problem has many applications and was studied by many authors (see [5, 9, 12] for survey). One approach to solve this problem, the socalled cutting plane method [8, 14] derives facetdefining inequalities, which are violated by current nonfeasible solution and adds them
UW/PT972 Hot B violation, the lattice, and hard thermal loops
, 1997
"... It has recently been argued that the rate per unit volume of baryon number violation (topological transitions) in the hot, symmetric phase of electroweak theory is of the form η α5 wT 4 in the weakcoupling limit, where η is a nonperturbative numerical coefficient. Over the past several years, there ..."
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It has recently been argued that the rate per unit volume of baryon number violation (topological transitions) in the hot, symmetric phase of electroweak theory is of the form η α5 wT 4 in the weakcoupling limit, where η is a nonperturbative numerical coefficient. Over the past several years
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