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Harry L. Van Trees
出版情報: New York : Wiley, 1968-71 , New York : Wiley, 2001-  v. ; 24 cm
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Philip W. Anderson
出版情報: Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub. Co., c2004  xix, 862 p.
シリーズ名: World Scientific series in 20th century physics ; v. 35
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by T. Hida & Si Si
出版情報: Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub. Co., c2008  xiii, 266 p.
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Thierry Giamarchi
出版情報: Oxford : Clarendon, 2004  1 online resource (xvi, 424 p.)
シリーズ名: The international series of monographs on physics ; 121
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Hidetoshi Nishimori
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2001  1 online resource (xii, 243 p.)
シリーズ名: The international series of monographs on physics ; 111
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Robin Devenish and Amanda Cooper-Sarkar
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004  1 online resource (xiv, 403 p.)
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Introduction / 1:
Rutherford scattering / 1.1:
Form factors / 1.1.1:
Inelastic scattering / 1.2:
Heroic age of DIS / 1.3:
Importance of weak probes / 1.4:
Partons and Quantum Chromodynamics / 1.5:
Extraction of parton density functions / 1.6:
DIS at colliders / 1.7:
Other topics / 1.8:
Outlook / 1.9:
Problems / 1.10:
The quark-parton model / 2:
The essential idea of the parton model / 2.1:
Elastic electron-muon scattering / 2.1.1:
Elastic electron-quark scattering / 2.1.2:
Inelastic e- or [mu]-hadron scattering / 2.2:
Neutrino-induced DIS / 2.3:
Elastic neutrino-electron scattering / 2.3.1:
Elastic neutrino-quark scattering / 2.3.2:
Inelastic neutrino-hadron scattering / 2.3.3:
Neutrino scattering via the neutral current / 2.3.4:
Quark-parton model tests / 2.4:
Sum rules / 2.5:
Summary / 2.6:
QCD and formal methods / 2.7:
Quantum Chromodynamics / 3.1:
The QCD Lagrangian / 3.1.1:
QCD colour factors / 3.1.2:
Some simple tree-level diagrams / 3.2:
Infrared and collinear singularities / 3.3:
Renormalization / 3.4:
Regularization and renormalization schemes / 3.4.1:
Charge renormalization in QED / 3.4.2:
The QCD running coupling at leading order / 3.4.3:
Renormalization group methods / 3.5:
Anomalous dimensions / 3.5.1:
The QCD running coupling / 3.6:
The hadronic tensor W[subscript mu v] / 3.7:
Light cone dominance / 3.7.1:
The operator product expansion / 3.8:
OPE applied to DIS / 3.8.1:
RGE calculation of moments / 3.8.2:
Factorization / 3.9:
QCD improved parton model / 3.10:
Improving the parton model / 4.1:
Splitting Functions / 4.1.1:
Running coupling and the OPE / 4.1.2:
The DGLAP equations / 4.2:
F[subscript 2] and F[subscript L] / 4.2.1:
A useful approximation / 4.2.2:
DGLAP evolution at LO / 4.3:
Valence quark evolution / 4.3.1:
Singlet and gluon evolution / 4.3.2:
Higher twist / 4.4:
Heavy quarks / 4.5:
Matching prescriptions for [alpha subscript s] / 4.5.1:
Heavy quark production in DIS / 4.5.2:
Variable flavour number schemes / 4.5.3:
Beyond NLO / 4.6:
Appendix: LO splitting functions and anomalous dimensions / 4.7:
DIS experiments and data / 5:
Some numbers / 5.1:
Kinematics / 5.2:
Fixed target / 5.2.1:
HERA collider / 5.2.2:
Detectors / 5.3:
The E665 muon scattering experiment / 5.3.1:
The CCFR neutrino scattering experiment / 5.3.2:
Detectors for the ep collider HERA / 5.3.3:
Measurement of the cross-section / 5.4:
Radiative corrections / 5.4.1:
Acceptance and other corrections / 5.4.2:
Nuclear effects / 5.5:
Structure function data / 5.6:
F[subscript 2] / 5.6.1:
F[superscript vN subscript 2] and xF[superscript vN subscript 3] / 5.6.2:
F[subscript L] / 5.6.3:
F[superscript c subscript 2] / 5.6.4:
F[superscript p subscript 2] at very low Q[superscript 2] / 5.7:
Appendix: cross-sections and luminosity / 5.8:
The size of DIS cross-sections / 5.10.1:
Beam flux and luminosity / 5.10.2:
Extraction of parton densities / 6:
Determining parton distribution functions / 6.1:
Treatment of data sets in global analyses / 6.2:
Nuclear binding corrections / 6.2.1:
Data consistency / 6.2.2:
Global fits: the general formalism / 6.3:
The form of the parameterization / 6.3.1:
The flavour composition of the sea / 6.3.2:
Global fits: the relationship of the measurements to the parton distributions / 6.3.3:
Results on PDF extraction / 6.4:
Results from the experimental collaborations / 6.4.1:
Results from the theoretical groups / 6.4.2:
Information on PDFs from non-DIS processes / 6.5:
Quark distributions / 6.5.1:
The gluon distribution / 6.5.2:
Theoretical and 'model' uncertainties / 6.6:
Model assumptions / 6.6.1:
Heavy quark production schemes / 6.6.2:
Higher twist contributions / 6.6.3:
The need to go beyond NLO and scale uncertainty / 6.6.4:
Alternatives to the DGLAP evolution equations? / 6.6.5:
Treatment of correlated systematic uncertainties / 6.7:
Offset methods / 6.7.1:
Hessian methods / 6.7.2:
Diagonalization and eigenvector PDF sets / 6.7.3:
Normalizations / 6.7.4:
Comparison of offset and Hessian methods / 6.7.5:
x[superscript 2] tolerance / 6.7.6:
Uncertainties in predicting high energy cross-sections / 6.7.7:
Alternative statistical techniques / 6.7.8:
Dynamically generated partons, the GRV approach / 6.8:
Future prospects for information on the gluon / 6.9:
Appendix: Comparability of evolution programs / 6.10:
[alpha subscript s] from scaling violations and jets at high Q[superscript 2] / 7:
Methods of determining [alpha subscript s](M[superscript 2 subscript Z]) from structure function data / 7.1:
Determinations of [alpha subscript s](M[superscript 2 subscript Z]) from GLS sum-rule / 7.1.1:
Determinations of [alpha subscript s](M[superscript 2 subscript Z]) from structure function data: DGLAP NLO QCD fits / 7.2:
Theoretical and model uncertainties / 7.2.1:
Results / 7.2.2:
Determinations of [alpha subscript s](M[superscript 2 subscript Z]) from structure function data: extending the theoretical framework / 7.3:
Jet production in DIS / 7.4:
Breit frame kinematics / 7.4.1:
Cross-section calculations / 7.4.2:
Jet measures / 7.5:
The cone algorithm / 7.5.1:
The k[subscript T] cluster algorithm / 7.5.2:
Longitudinally invariant k[subscript T] algorithm / 7.5.3:
Description of jet data at NLO / 7.6:
[alpha subscript S] from DIS jets / 7.7:
Combined analysis of NC jet and inclusive data / 7.8:
Appendix: transformation to the Breit frame / 7.9:
DIS at high Q[superscript 2] / 8:
Cross-sections for unpolarized lepton beams / 8.1:
Neutral Current / 8.1.1:
Charged Current / 8.1.2:
Unpolarized high-Q[superscript 2] data / 8.2:
PDF extraction from high-Q[superscript 2] data / 8.2.1:
Cross-sections for polarized lepton beams / 8.3:
Extraction of electroweak parameters / 8.3.1:
M[subscript W] measurements / 8.4.1:
Measurements of the quark weak neutral couplings / 8.4.2:
Appendix: formalism for NC high-Q[superscript 2] DIS / 8.5:
DIS at low x / 9:
Approaches at low x / 9.1:
Summation schemes / 9.1.1:
Low x and Mellin moments / 9.1.2:
DGLAP at low x / 9.2:
Double asymptotic scaling / 9.2.1:
Singular input distribution / 9.2.2:
Regge Theory / 9.3:
Hard and soft Pomerons / 9.3.1:
The BFKL equation / 9.4:
Multiple gluon emission at small x / 9.4.1:
The reggeized gluon and the LO BFKL equation / 9.4.2:
BFKL for hadronic processes / 9.4.3:
Beyond the LO BFKL with fixed [alpha subscript s] / 9.4.4:
BFKL--discussion / 9.4.5:
Angular ordering and the CCFM equation / 9.5:
Unitarity and saturation / 9.6:
High density gluon dynamics / 9.6.1:
Dipole models--general formalism / 9.7:
Dipole models--examples / 9.8:
The Forshaw-Kerley-Shaw model / 9.8.1:
The Golec-Biernat-Wusthoff model / 9.8.2:
Geometrical scaling / 9.8.3:
Dipole models and Q[superscript 2] evolution / 9.8.4:
Dipole models and the colour glass condensate / 9.8.5:
The description of low-x inclusive data / 9.9:
Hadron induced DIS / 9.10:
Rapidity / 10.1:
The cross-section for a hard hadronic process / 10.2:
The Drell-Yan process / 10.3:
Kinematics and LO cross-section / 10.3.1:
Transverse momentum and QCD corrections / 10.3.2:
W & Z boson production / 10.4:
Z boson production / 10.4.1:
W boson production / 10.4.2:
W decay asymmetry / 10.4.3:
High p[subscript T] jet production / 10.5:
Parton-parton kinematics / 10.5.1:
Single jet inclusive cross-section / 10.5.2:
Dijet cross-sections / 10.5.3:
Isolated photon production / 10.6:
Hadronic DIS at the LHC / 10.7:
Jet physics at the LHC / 10.7.1:
Collider luminosity / 10.7.2:
Parton-parton luminosity / 10.7.3:
Appendix: [Sigma vertical bar M vertical bar superscript 2] for tree-level sub-processes / 10.8:
Polarized DIS / 11:
Formalism / 11.1:
The 'spin crisis' / 11.2:
Experiments and data / 11.3:
Theoretical framework / 11.4:
Wandzura-Wilczek relation / 11.4.1:
Axial anomaly / 11.4.3:
QCD analysis / 11.5:
Semi-inclusive asymmetries / 11.6:
[Delta subscript g] / 11.7:
HERMES / 11.7.1:
COMPASS / 11.7.2:
RHIC pp / 11.7.3:
Transverse spin asymmetries / 11.8:
Appendix: formalism for polarized DIS / 11.9:
Beyond the Standard Model / 12:
General remarks / 12.1:
Quark compositeness and form factors / 12.2:
Direct leptoquark searches / 12.3:
Contact interactions / 12.4:
Compositeness / 12.4.1:
Leptoquarks / 12.4.2:
W production and anomalous high p[subscript T] leptons / 12.5:
Single top production / 12.5.1:
Appendix: LQ classification & CI couplings / 12.6:
Dirac equation and some other conventions / A:
Phase space and cross-sections / B:
Introduction / 1:
Rutherford scattering / 1.1:
Form factors / 1.1.1:
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Chin-Hui Lee ... [et al.]
出版情報: Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, c2007  1 online resource (xvi, 545 p.)
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Preface
List of Contributors
Principles of CSLP / Part I:
Speech Analysis: The Production-Perception Perspective / L. Deng ; J. DangChapter 1:
Phonetic and Phonological Background of Chinese Spoken Languages / C.-C. KuoChapter 2:
Prosody Analysis / C. TsengChapter 3:
Tone Modeling for Speech Synthesis / S.-H. Chen ; H.-m. WangChapter 4:
Mandarin Text-To-Speech Synthesis / R.-H. Wang ; J. Tao ; M. ChuChapter 5:
Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition for Mandarin Chinese: Principles, Application Tasks and Prototype Examples / L.-s. LeeChapter 6:
Acoustic Modeling for Mandarin Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition / M.-Y. HwangChapter 7:
Tone Modeling for Speech Recognition / T. Lee ; Y. QianChapter 8:
Some Advances in Language Modeling / C.-H. Chueh ; M.-S. Wu ; J.-T. ChienChapter 9:
Spontaneous Mandarin Speech Pronunciation Modeling / P. Fung ; Y. LiuChapter 10:
Corpus Design and Annotation for Speech Synthesis and Recognition / A. Li ; Y. ZuChapter 11:
CSLP Technology Integration / Part II:
Speech-to-Speech Translation / Y. Gao ; L. Gu ; B. ZhouChapter 12:
Spoken Document Retrieval and Summarization / B. ChenChapter 13:
Speech Act Modeling and Verification in Spoken Dialogue Systems / C.-H. Wu ; J.-F. Yeh ; G.-L. YanChapter 14:
Transliteration / H. Li ; S. Bai ; J.-S. KuoChapter 15:
Cantonese Speech Recognition and Synthesis / P. C. Ching ; W. K. Lo ; H. M. MengChapter 16:
Taiwanese Min-nan Speech Recognition and Synthesis / R.-y. Lyu ; M.-s. Liang ; D.-c. Lyu ; Y.-c. ChiangChapter 17:
Putonghua Proficiency Test and Evaluation / Q. Liu ; S. WeiChapter 18:
Systems, Applications and Resources / Part III:
Audio-Based Digital Content Management and Retrieval / B. Xu ; S. Zhang ; T. HuangChapter 19:
Multilingual Dialog Systems / Chapter 20:
Directory Assistance System / J.-K. Chen ; C.-C. YangChapter 21:
Robust Car Navigation System / J.-F. Wang ; H.-C. Wang ; J.-C. WangChapter 22:
CSLP Corpora and Language Resources / T. F. ZhengChapter 23:
Index
Preface
List of Contributors
Principles of CSLP / Part I:
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editor, Laurie M. Brown
出版情報: [Singapore] : World Scientific, [20--]  1 online resource (xii, 999 p.)
シリーズ名: World Scientific series in 20th century physics ; v. 27
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Charles K. Erdey
出版情報: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2007  1 online resource (xvii, 428 p. )
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Notation
Overview / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Concepts, Terminology, and Source of Earthquakes / 1.2:
Wave Propagation and Velocities / 1.3:
Magnitude of Earthquakes / 1.4:
Building Damage / 1.5:
Structural Failures / 1.6:
Overall Failure
Component or Joint Failure / 1.7:
Code Design Forces / 1.8:
Reserve Strength to Counter Extreme Forces
Seismic Design Regulations / 2:
Building Codes / 2.1:
The 1997 UBC, A Model Code / 2.2:
Building Codes and Other Standards Interaction / 2.3:
IBC 2006 / 2.4:
Reinforced-Concrete Structures / 3:
Shearing Resistance of RC Beams / 3.1:
Development Length / 3.3:
The Northridge Experience / 3.4:
Case / 3.5:
Reinforced Concrete Parking Garage
Reinforced Concrete Retaining Wall System / 3.6:
Seismic Steel Design: SMRF / 4:
Design of a SMRF Structure, LRFD Method / 4.1:
Design Steps / 4.2:
Project Description / 4.3:
Four-Stor?
Office
Building
Project Layout and Typical SMRF Per UBC94 / 4.4:
The 1994 Design / 4.5:
Wind Analysis. 97 UBC Chapter 16, Div III / 4.6:
Wind Analysis of Th? / 4.7:
Seismic Zones 3 and / 4.8:
Earthquake Analysis of the 4-Story Office Building / 4.4.9:
Significant Changes in The 1997 Design / 4.11:
1997 Vs 1994 Design / 4.12:
Summary of the Procedure / 4.13:
Design Strategies / 4.14:
Design of Beams. Code Requirements / 4.15:
Second-Floor Beam / 4.16:
Beam-To-Column Joint / 4.17:
Flexural Resistance of Beam-To-Column Joint / 4.18:
Shear Tab Design / 4.19:
Shear Tab-To-Beam Welded Connection / 4.20:
Second-Floor Panel Zone / 4.21:
Third-Floor Beam / 4.22:
Third-Floor Shear Tab Connection / 4.23:
Third-Floor Beam-To-Column Moment Connection / 4.24:
Third-Floor Panel Zone / 4.25:
Design of Columns / 4.26:
Column Final Design Data / 4.27:
First-Story Column Design for Compression / 4.28:
Column Design Flowchart / 4.29:
Design of Third-Story Column for Compression / 4.30:
Design of Third-Story Column Splice / 4.31:
Seismic Steel Design: Braced Frames / 5:
Project Description: Four-Story Library Annex / 5.1:
Wind Analysis / 5.3:
Earthquake Analysis / 5.4:
Wind and Earthquake Loads / 5.5:
Response of Braced Frames to Cyclic Lateral Loads / 5.6:
Code Provisions / 5.7:
Rules Applicable to Bracing Members / 5.8:
Column Strength Requirements / 5.9:
Design for Earthquake / 5.10:
Strategies for Brace Member Design / 5.11:
Brace Members 2 & / 5.12:
Brace Member 3, First Story / 3.5.13:
Design of Fillet Weld Connection / 5.14:
Design Of Gusset Plate, First & Second Story / 5.15:
Brace Member 13, Third Story / 5.16:
Fillet Weld Design. Third & Fourth Story Gusset Plates / 5.17:
Gusset Plate Design, Third & Fourth Story / 5.18:
The Vertical Component / 5.19:
Column Design / 5.20:
Column Splice Design, Third Floor / 5.21:
Design of Beams / 5.22:
Column Base Plate Design / 5.23:
Summary of The Design Procedures / 5.24:
The SEAOC Blue Book and the Code / 5.25:
IBC Seismic Design Of SMRF Structures / 6:
IBC Setup of Seismic Design Forces / 6.1:
Design Example.6 / 6.2:
IBC
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Categories
Masonry Structures / 7:
Retaining Wall System / 7.1:
Seismic Vs Wi / 7.3:
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Acknowledgments
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Neil E. Jacobsen
出版情報: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, 〓2007  xv, 668 pages ; 26 cm
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Fundamentalsof NMR Spectroscopy in Liquids / 1:
Introduction to NMR Spectroscopy / 1.1:
Examples: NMR Spectroscopy of Oligosaccharides and Terpenoids / 1.2:
Typical Values of Chemical Shifts and Coupling Constants / 1.3:
Fundamental Concepts of NMR Spectroscopy / 1.4:
Interpretation of Proton (1H) NMR Spectra / 2:
Assignment / 2.1:
Effect of Bo Field Strength on the Spectrum / 2.2:
First-Order Splitting Patterns / 2.3:
The Use of 1H-1H Coupling Constants to Determine Stereochemistry and Conformation / 2.4:
Symmetry and Chirality in NMR / 2.5:
The Origin of the Chemical Shift / 2.6:
J Coupling to Other NMR-Active Nuclei / 2.7:
Non-First-Order Splitting Patterns: Strong Coupling / 2.8:
Magnetic Equivalence / 2.9:
NMR Hardware and Software / 3:
Sample Preparation / 3.1:
Sample Insertion / 3.2:
The Deuterium Lock Feedback Loop / 3.3:
The Shim System / 3.4:
Tuning and Matching the Probe / 3.5:
NMR Data Acquisition and Acquisition Parameters / 3.6:
Noise and Dynamic Range / 3.7:
Special Topic: Oversampling and Digital Filtering / 3.8:
NMR Data Processing-Overview / 3.9:
The Fourier Transform / 3.10:
Data Manipulation Before the Fourier Transform / 3.11:
Data Manipulation After the Fourier Transform / 3.12:
Carbon-13 ( 13 C) NMR Spectroscopy / 4:
Sensitivity of 13 C / 4.1:
Splitting of 13 C Signals / 4.2:
Decoupling / 4.3:
Heteronuclear Decoupling / 4.4:
H Decoupled 13C Spectra
Decoupling Hardware / 4.5:
Decoupling Software: Parameters / 4.6:
The Nuclear Overhauser Effect (NOE) / 4.7:
Heteronuclear Decoupler Modes / 4.8:
NMR Relaxation-Inversion-Recovery and the Nuclear Overhauser Effect (NOE) / 5:
The Vector Model / 5.1:
One Spin in a Magnetic Field / 5.2:
A Large Population of Identical Spins: Net Magnetization / 5.3:
Coherence: Net Magnetization in the x-y Plane / 5.4:
Relaxation / 5.5:
Summary of the Vector Model / 5.6:
Molecular Tumbling and NMR Relaxation / 5.7:
Inversion-Recovery: Measurement of T 1 Values / 5.8:
Continuous-Wave Low-Power Irradiation of One Resonance / 5.9:
Homonuclear Decoupling / 5.10:
Presaturation of Solvent Resonance / 5.11:
The Homonuclear Nuclear Overhauser Effect (NOE) / 5.12:
Summary of the Nuclear Overhauser Effect / 5.13:
The Spin Echo and the Attached Proton Test (APT) / 6:
The Rotating Frame of Reference / 6.1:
The Radio Frequency (RF) Pulse / 6.2:
The Effect of RF Pulses / 6.3:
Quadrature Detection, Phase Cycling, and the Receiver Phase / 6.4:
Chemical Shift Evolution / 6.5:
Scalar (J) Coupling Evolution / 6.6:
Examples of J-coupling and Chemical Shift Evolution / 6.7:
The Attached Proton Test (APT) / 6.8:
The Spin Echo / 6.9:
The Heteronuclear Spin Echo: Controlling J-Coupling Evolution and Chemical Shift Evolution / 6.10:
Coherence Transfer: INEPT and DEPT / 7:
Net Magnetization / 7.1:
Magnetization Transfer / 7.2:
The Product Operator Formalism: Introduction / 7.3:
Single Spin Product Operators: Chemical Shift Evolution / 7.4:
Two-Spin Operators: J-coupling Evolution and Antiphase Coherence / 7.5:
The Effect of RF Pulses on Product Operators / 7.6:
INEPT and the Transfer of Magnetization from 1 H to 13 C / 7.7:
Selective Population Transfer (SPT) as a Way of Understanding INEPT Coherence Transfer / 7.8:
Phase Cycling in INEPT / 7.9:
Intermediate States in Coherence Transfer / 7.10:
Zero- and Double-Quantum Operators / 7.11:
Summary of Two-Spin Operators / 7.12:
Refocused INEPT: Adding Spectral Editing / 7.13:
DEPT: Distortionles / 7.14:
Preface
Acknowledgments
Fundamentalsof NMR Spectroscopy in Liquids / 1:
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