26 results for qubit oscillator frequency
Contributors: Noah Phipps
Oscillations lab experiment....Oscillations, All Data.xlsx...Oscillation ... Data from a 1st Year Forced Oscillations lab experiment.
Contributors: Jonas Carlstedt, Daniel Persson, Vitaly Kocherbitov
frequency. The frequency sweep experiments, were performed at constant...frequency sweep experiments and seven amplitude sweep experiments are ...oscillation experiments were performed: stress amplitude sweep experiments...frequency sweeping from 0.1-40 Hz....frequency and frequency sweep experiments at constant amplitude of stress ... Rheological data on 0.75 wt% suspension of Nanofibrillated cellulose (NFC) in water are presented. Two types of oscillation experiments were performed: stress amplitude sweep experiments at constant frequency and frequency sweep experiments at constant amplitude of stress. Values of elastic mudulus G' and viscous modulus G'' are presented. Data from four frequency sweep experiments and seven amplitude sweep experiments are presented.
Contributors: H M Dipu Kabir, Shairfe Salahuddin
Frequency Oscillations...Frequency Spectrum Analysis...Frequency Domain Spectroscopy...Frequency Electronics ... All plot-data of the paper with a Matlab script to draw figures.
Contributors: charles latchoumane, Hong Viet Ngo
oscillation detection script...Oscillation detection and stimulation control...oscillation detection 3. offline spindle and ripple detection 4. offline ... Basic code used for online and offline analysis of brain signals in the manuscript: "Spindles promote memory formation during NREM through triple phase-locking of cortical, thalamic and hippocampal rhythms," Latchoumane et al. 1. offline Slow Wave detection and triggering based on arduino hardware 2. offline slow oscillation detection 3. offline spindle and ripple detection 4. offline sleep stating (before specialist correction)
Contributors: Edoardo Paluan
frequency 800Hz.txt...frequency of the diapason....oscillate at various frequencies. The distance travelled by M2 due to ... The aim of the project is to create an optical interferometer which can detect the acoustic analogue of a supernova explosion. The fingerprint of an acoustic wave propagating from a diapason will be measured. A Michelson Morley interferometer1 will be used, whereby analysis of the interference pattern will allow for the calculation of the frequency of the diapason.
Data for: Follow up Study: the Influence of rTMS with High and Low Frequency Stimulation on Motor and Executive Function in Parkinson’s disease.
Contributors: Judit Mally, Elek Dinya, Noémi Geisz
frequency of stimulations. The effect of rTMS develops slowly and its ... Conclusions In this study we confirmed the importance of the intensity of the treatment with rTMS, which may differ according to the frequency of stimulations. The effect of rTMS develops slowly and its effect is maintained for months. We observed a strong age dependency in the effect of rTMS, which may indicate the need for more frequent treatment with rTMS in patients over 65 yrs than in the younger group of age. The longevity of the effect is not only, explained by the modification of the brain plasticity or the induction of the dopamine release in the striatum by rTMS. Although, the role of the prolonged elevation of BDNF and production of progenitor cells in the brain may be an important mechanism in the effect of rTMS.
Contributors: Panos Kaliontzopoulos
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Contributors: Olga Jakšić
frequency and in refractometric adsorption based sensors we have fluctuations...frequency noise magnitudes in typical Lorentzian spectra in the same diagram...frequency domain, whereby the process itself may be treated as a deterministic ... ADmoND can be used as a MATLAB toolbox or a MATLAB application. Both versions allow for flexible investigations of adsorption-desorption processes in time domain and in frequency domain, whereby the process itself may be treated as a deterministic or a stochastic one. Some system parameters are stored in an Microsoft Office Excel file and some can be accessed or modified through dialogues. Graphical user interface (GUI) for ADmoND is based on MATLAB GUI for figure handling. Original task ribbon is extended with three new tabs: System, Evolutions and Equilibrium. System tab is equipped with buttons that activate dialogues for setting the environmental parameters like temperature, effective sensing (adsorbent) area and reaction chamber volume and composition of an adsorbate mixture. These dialogues are for communicating with Microsoft Office Excel file where parameters are stored. Button Visual aims to give stills and animations. It produces figures that show system of adsorbate species with different molecular projection areas (some calculations are coded for adsorbate particles that occupy more than 1 adsorption center). Evolutions tab is equipped with buttons that activate calculations of time evolutions of adsorbed particles on the surface for system defined by the use of System tab. One can choose calculations applicable to nonlinear model of adsorption based on nonlinear Riccati equations or calculations applicable to linear Lagergren pseudo first order kinetic model. Button Hold Toggle aims for keeping or discarding obtained diagrams which makes ADmoND a versatile tool which allows quick and convenient quantitative and qualitative analysis of various adsorption-based systems with ease. Equilibrium tab is equipped with buttons that activate calculations of equilibrium coverage and power spectral densities of stochastic variables in the system. Genuinely, the number of adsorbed particles on the surface is a stochastic variable, thus every other variable related to this number is also stochastic. In resonant micro structures fluctuations in number of adsorbate particles cause fluctuations in resonating frequency and in refractometric adsorption based sensors we have fluctuations in refractive index change caused by the same mechanism. Since these fluctuations are pressure or temperature dependent, buttons for 3D profiling of adsorption induced fluctuations are also added. Here also, one can use Hold Toggle button in order to change temperature for instance and then observe the impact of temperature rise on the position of knees and low frequency noise magnitudes in typical Lorentzian spectra in the same diagram.
Contributors: Jingquan Lin, xun gao, Yingping Dou, xiaowei song, Zuoqiang Hao, Jiang Qin, Boyu Ji, Peng Lang, Haiyan Tao
... In situ imaging of ultrafast plasmonic near-field excited by picosecond laser pulse irradiation in silver block was carried out by using photoemission electron microscope (PEEM). By rotating polarization angle of the incident ultrafast laser pulse, active control of the near-field is achieved on the block structure. The experimental results show that distribution of the near-field in the silver block can be changed under linearly polarized laser irradiation with different polarization angle. In particular, it is found that when the polarization angle of the laser is changed from 45 to 135 degree, position of the localized near field will switch from the upper edge to the lower edge in the silver block. Our findings pave the way for ultrafast plasmon application in the fields such as optical switches, logic operation and others.
Data for: Epoxidation of alkenes by oxo-vanadium (IV) tetradentate Schiff base complex as an efficient catalyst with tert-butyl hydroperoxide
Contributors: Ali Hossein Kianfar, Hossein Azarian, Wan Ahmad Kamil Mahmood, Maryam Sedighipoor
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