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The problem of unambiguous discrimination between mixed quantum states is addressed by isolating the part of each mixed state which has no contribution to discrimination and by employing the strategy of set discrimination of pure states. A necessary and sufficient condition of unambiguous mixed...
The steady, laminar-boundary-layer flow along an isothermal, continuously moving, flat plate is studied taking into account the variation of viscosity with temperature in the presence of a magnetic field. The fluid viscosity is assumed to vary as a linear function of temperature. The resulting,...
The most probable transition path in a one-dimensional overdamped system is rigorously proved to possess less than two turning points. The proof is valid for any potentials, transition times, initial and final transition points.
The use of independent confinement models for the neutral and ionized two-electron atom or molecule to obtain the critical cage size for ionization is shown to be formally inconsistent. Instead, a treatment using the same Hamiltonian for the evolution of the ground state energy of the system is...
The quadratic trace identity is presented, which is devoted to constructing the Hamiltonian structures of some multicomponent equation hierarchies.
This Letter investigates the global exponential synchronization in arrays of coupled identical delayed neural networks (DNNs) with constant and delayed coupling. By referring to Lyapunov functional method and Kronecker product technique, some sufficient conditions are derived for global...
Spin–flop structures are currently being developed for magnetic random access memory devices. We report simulation studies of this system. We found the switching involves an intermediate edge-pinned domain state, similar to that observed in the single layer case. This switching scenario is...
In this Letter by considering a ( 2 + 1 ) -dimensional discrete non-isospectral linear problem, a new ( 2 + 1 ) -dimensional integrable lattice hierarchy is constructed. It shows that generalization of the Blaszak–Marciniak lattice hierarchy can be obtained as a reduction. Then an extended...
We report triply differential cross sections for single ionization of helium by proton impact at the incident energy of 75 keV. The calculation is based on the Glauber approximation (GA) method. The effect of post collision interaction has been taken into account approximately. A comparison is...
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