It was possible, however, to examine the intensity of the field at 1000, 1500 and 2000 Gauss
. It was determined that, for a floatation concentrate of less than 74 micron in size, the highest grade was produced at 1000 Gauss
; thus, three stages of magnetic separation were performed on the concentrate at 1000 Gauss
Although his mother was illiterate Gauss
was a child prodigy who, according to legend, worked out how to add up all the numbers from 1 to 100 when he was just eight.
In Chapter 5 of the book  published in 1983, Draux introduced a generalization of the Gauss
quadrature formula for approximating the real-valued linear functionals.The associated results in [45, 49], obtained independently of those from , can be considered as straightforward generalizations to the complex case.
I want to suggest, however, that Troll Thread and Gauss
PDF can be considered metaphorical extensions of avant-garde little magazine communities.
The joint venture company, Gauss
Infomed, will offer picture archiving and communication systems and electronic medical record software, along with other related product solutions for the ophthalmology healthcare IT market.
Welsch, "Calculation of Gauss
quadrature rules," Mathematics of Computation, vol.
The commonly used translation-invariant kernel functions are Gauss
kernel function and polynomial kernel function.
As one of the pseudospectral methods, the Gauss
pseudospectral method is more frequently applied to trajectory optimization due to its high solution precision and fast convergent rate.
Cross-section of a white 10x10 pixel block on black background before/after application of a 15x15 Gauss
When the great mathematician Carl Gauss
was a young boy, his teacher is said to have asked his class to calculate the sum of all the numbers from 1 to 100.
At first we compare Gauss
and short term integrator notch filters performance and full width half maximum (FWHM) bandwidth influence at transmission speed up to 40 Gbit/s.