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In order to enhance the bandwidth of the proposed antenna, a parasitic patch is placed at the center of the truncated square aperture slot.
In this paper, we will define dual truncated Toeplitz operators and introduce some algebraic properties of them.
The truncated stabilizing piles are treated as a linear elastic solid material.
Correlating the shape of the lingula with sex, we observed that the truncated shape was the most frequently found in both sexes, being more prevalent in females than in males (p=0.0006).
To do so, volume calculations must be done with the feeding mechanism at rest and at maximum expansion (Note: an extension is shown to help you find the area of the truncated cone).
Lentiviral vector containing Ubi-gene-5'FLAG-IRES-puromycin (GeneChem Corporation, Shanghai, China) was applied for construction of a wild-type full-length EIF2B5 (NM_003907), truncated mutation c.
Vance Metal in Geneva, N.Y., is now producing a truncated red wine fermentor that it claims provides better extraction during pumpovers.
The local power-law model gives more accurate results than the truncated power-law model, retains the power-law equations for one-dimensional flow, and does not significantly increase computational load.
Methods: Truncated structures of FHIT were screened to reveal critical sections engaging in FHIT interaction.
This situation automatically leads us to define and use the truncated moments [1-5].