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  List of particles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A new particle is discovered: The first detection of the positron occurred in 1932 in a cloud chamber built by Carl D. Anderson.
An elementary particle is a particle with no measurable internal structure, that is, it is not a composite of other particles.
List of compounds for a list of molecules.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_particles   (1550 words)

 Japanese particles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some of the particles have kanji forms, but in modern writing, the hiragana forms are always preferred.
This is a relic of historical kana usage, although the particle o is still pronounced wo by some speakers.
This particle is used far less frequently than to ka.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Japanese_particles   (2407 words)

 POOMA Particles Documentation
A particle layout is declared first, and it is passed as a constructor argument to the instance of the user's class to control the distribution of particle data between patches.
The particle interactions are determined by scattering the particle charge density into a field, solving for the self-consistent electric field, and gathering that field back to the particle positions to compute forces on the particles.
Particles require all their attributes to use a shared layout, so only engines that use a shared layout can be used for particle attributes.
www.nongnu.org /freepooma/tutorial/ParticlesDoc.html   (7268 words)

 reference material - Particle Storm Interface   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Particle Type: The type of particle that is to be used for this group.
Particles may be moving so fast that they pass right through the goal region and have to make a turn around to come back in.
As long as the particles are within either of these two Goal Radius Falloff regions, the strength of the Flocking and Swarming effect will be determined according to the distance the particles are from the rims of the spheres.
art-design.smsu.edu /yarberry/Courses/Reference/ParticleStorm/interface.html   (6284 words)

 Gaseous Particle Simulator
Particle Physics Simulator is a simulation of the motion of gas particles in a 3 dimensional container.
Particle Physics Simulator is designed to illustrate the motion of a variable number of particles within a small container, indirectly accounting for thermal energy contained in the gas.
The third is simulating collisions between particles and the walls of the container, and the final problem is calculating pressure on the container walls based upon the data recorded by the collisions between particles and the walls of the container.
www.aspire.cs.uah.edu /aspire/particlesimulator.html   (3572 words)

 Thai Particles
These particles are used in Thai because if you tried to express feeling and mood through intonation of voice, it may interfere with the tone (and therefore meaning) of a word.
Particles are used in informal Thai, that is, Thai as used in everyday speech, Internet chat rooms, message boards and comics etc. However, no particles (with the exception of some of the polite particles) are used in formal Thai.
Particle used to answer a call or indicate that the preceding noun is in the vocative case.
www.geocities.com /siamsmile365/thaiparticles/thaiparticles.htm   (9353 words)

Particle database manager class This manager creates a list of particles which by default is initialised from with the constants used by PYTHIA6 (plus some other particles added).
See definition and the format of the default particle list in $ROOTSYS/etc/pdg_table.txt there are 2 ways of redefining the name of the file containing the particle properties 1.
If the particle is set to be stable, the decay width parameter does have no meaning and can be set to any value.
root.cern.ch /root/html302/TDatabasePDG.html   (389 words)

A string of particles with gravitational forces that are the strength of a fl hole.
Particle "activity" increased prior to the wormhole reappearing and shifting its position.
Neutrons are neutral particles which, along with protons, are constituents of atomic nuclei.
lookup.trek-reference.com /db/part.htm   (4623 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Every time a particle is scored into one of the ENERGY BINS of your detector, COG checks to see if the LIST option is enabled, and if the scored energy also falls into one of the LIST energy ranges.
If so, the scoring particle properties are listed in a file named...
Particle properties LISTed include the particle number, the scored energy, and the index of the ENERGY BIN in which the particle was tallied.
www-phys.llnl.gov /N_Div/COG/Manual/Understand/list.html   (82 words)

 List of Selexon Commands
This command generate one or multiple IMAGIC stack file(s) given the list of particles recorded in a Selexon pick file.
This command rejects particle picks with the specified column attribute (in most case, a cross-correlation value) less/greater than the given threshold.
This command extracts contours of particles, typically selected with circle.tcl, using the snake or active contour approach.
ami.scripps.edu /prtl_data/selexon/command_list.htm   (2769 words)

 TankGame: The TankGame
Class defining particles source Particles source is maintaining particles and controling their existence.
Recomputes the positions of all particles in particles list.
The particles are generated and initialized according to the current explosion's config - that can be set by the user, or is predefined with default values.
merlin.fit.vutbr.cz /TankGame/classTSmokeVol.html   (274 words)

 Commands that control the tracking of particles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The default (in the absence of a defined list) is for all particles to be tracked.
See Section 2.3.1 for the convention used for IZ and IA in the case of particles not composed of baryons.
Option SET determines whether the definition of the list of particles is to be ``particles to be tracked'' or ``particles not to be tracked''.
cnr2.kent.edu /~e895/eosg/eosg_manual/node23.html   (332 words)

 ASCII output file format   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is the first in the list and has a zero parent pointer.
MC particles that are parts of showers in the calorimeter are suppressed.
These are attributed to the shower particles, but they never appear in the MC list.
www-sldnt.slac.stanford.edu /nld/ascii-preNov98.htm   (202 words)

 OpenGL Tutorial 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A Particle System has a systemPosition, and a list of particles.
Since all of our particle system will share common attributes, there will be base Particle and Particle System classes, from which other specialized particle effects will inherit.
When a particle moves off the bottom of the screen it will be "reset" to a random position at the top of the screen.
longwood.cs.ucf.edu /~hastings/opengl_tutorials/tutorial3.htm   (679 words)

 Elementary Particles
The Standard Model is the currently best accepted theory of elementary particles and their interactions, taking quantum theory and special relativity into account, but not general relativity -- i.e., not gravity.
In the above chart, wherever we write "and its antiparticle", we mean that in addition to the particle corresponding to the representation shown, there is also a particle corresponding to the complex conjugate of this representation.
List the nine most interesting patterns you can find in the above chart -- not counting the patterns mentioned in the following exercises.
math.ucr.edu /home/baez/qg-spring2003/elementary   (1488 words)

 Espresso: Particle struct Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
list of particles, with which this particle has no nonbonded interactions
The format is pretty simple: Just the bond type, and then the particle ids.
The number of particle ids can be determined easily from the bonded_ia_params entry for the type.
www.mpip-mainz.mpg.de /~arnolda/espresso_doc/structParticle.html   (209 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Every time a particle is scored into one of the ENERGY BINs of your detector, COG checks to see if the scored energy also falls into one of the LIST E ranges.
If it does, the scoring particle properties are listed in a file named...
We now follow this BIN description with a LIST statement to list the parameters of all scoring particles which fall in the ranges: [0.0,0.2] MeV, [0.33,0.37] MeV, and [0.85,0.95] MeV.
www-phys.llnl.gov /N_Div/COG/Manual/Detector/list.html   (289 words)

 13 things that do not make sense - space - 19 March 2005 - New Scientist Space   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cosmic rays are particles - mostly protons but sometimes heavy atomic nuclei - that travel through the universe at close to the speed of light.
Some cosmic rays detected on Earth are produced in violent events such as supernovae, but we still don't know the origins of the highest-energy particles, which are the most energetic particles ever seen in nature.
As cosmic-ray particles travel through space, they lose energy in collisions with the low-energy photons that pervade the universe, such as those of the cosmic microwave background radiation.
www.newscientistspace.com /article.ns?id=mg18524911.600   (4186 words)

 Parallel N-Body: Optimizing grid-based code   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the first phase, each processor converts its linked-list of particles into a contiguous block that can be bulk-transferred by neighboring processors during the second (computation-intensive) stage.
In the second stage, we perform the actual interaction computation, but this time we transfer the entire list of particles from each neighboring cell using bulk transfers.
As before, we also determine which particles should move to neighboring cells in each time-step, and store them in local lists.
www.cs.berkeley.edu /~richie/cs267/nbody/splitc.opt.html   (433 words)

 LINGUIST List 5.400: Question Particles
It seems to me that the clause-initial interrogative particle which also functions as a disjunctive conjunction is an areal feature encompassing Polish, Belorussian and Ukrainian (as well as some Russian transitional dialects), possibly some dialects of Slovak, Lithuanian, as well as some northeastern European varieties of Yiddish.
The geographical distribution suggests that Polish was most likely the source, although the particle "ci" (originally the instrumental form of CS *ch'to) is presumed to have been present as an interrogative marker in Common Slavic, so its occurrence as an interrogative particle in Slavic languages other than Polish may not necessarily be due to borrowing.
On the other hand, Polish texts up until the 16th century tend to use the particles "aza" or "azali" rather than "czy" in the same function, so we might be dealing here with a common Polish-Belorussian-Ukrainian innovation that arose in a linguistically mixed area.
www.ling.ed.ac.uk /linguist/issues/5/5-400.html   (1307 words)

During each trial we choose a random position inside the shell, and if there is no overlap with either the shell or other already inserted particles we put the particle into that position.
As the particles are not touching each other we we generate a basic contact network for the inserted particles.
We start with the largest particle, determine its nearest neighbour and if both do not touch, we increasee its radius such that it exactly touches the nearest neighbour.
www.ica1.uni-stuttgart.de /~mawa/PG2005/ar01s03.html   (270 words)

 Particle Systems Example   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
*particles* (cons particle *particles*))) (define *num-particles* 2) (define (randR low high) (+ (* (rand) (- high low)) low)) ; 15 fps (define *dt* 0.2) ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; (define (particle-create) (let ((mass 1) (velocity (vec3 0 0 1)) (position (vec3 0 0 0)) (acceleration (vec3 0 0 0)) (dead?
particle (particle-create)) ((particle 'set-velocity!) (vec3 (randR -1 1) (randR 9 11) (randR -1 1))) ((particle 'set-position!) (vec3 0 0 0)) (add-particle particle) (set!
*particles* (helper *particles*))) ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; (define (animate duration) (begin (set-time!
accad.osu.edu /~pete/PAClass/fountainCode.html   (230 words)

 Lab/Cor - List of Particles and Microbes Identified   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lab/Cor - List of Particles and Microbes Identified
List of Particle Types and Microbial Species Commonly Identified
For viable analyses, it is possible to identify fungi to species.
www.labcor.net /Micro/ListOfParticles.htm   (43 words)

 Harvard Cyclotron Laboratory ~ Particles NewsLetters Archives
Particles Newsletter (January 2001) in html format [not quite ready yet], or try the PDF version and/or the MS Word
Help to keep the Particles mailing list up-to-date by sending me address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail additions/corrections.
This Table is a new feature of Particles, and will be updated each issue.
neurosurgery.mgh.harvard.edu /hcl/ptles.htm   (346 words)

 Amazon: Listmania! - View List "Particles & Forces for mere Pedestrians"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Particle Odyssey: A Journey to the Heart of Matter by Frank Close
Particles and Forces: At the Heart of Matter : Readings from Scientific American Magazine (Readings from Scientific American) by R. Carrigan
A Self-Directed Educational Journey: A list by Autodidact Andy "IndiAndy"
www.amazon.com /Particles-Forces-for-mere-Pedestrians/lm/BIFO3EKA7IJF   (309 words)

 Dr Nikas' publications on debris particles
Nikas, G. Particle entrainment in elastohydrodynamic point contacts and related risks of oil starvation and surface indentation.
Nikas, G. Theoretical modelling of the entrainment and thermomechanical effects of contamination particles in elastohydrodynamic contacts.
Effects of debris particles in sliding/rolling EHD contacts.
www.imperial.ac.uk /tribology/Nikas/publicatparticles.htm   (312 words)

 EPA-OAQPS -- PM 2.5 Designations
These rules address ozone and fine particle pollution, nonroad diesel emissions, and power plant emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and mercury.
Those pollutants include fine particles, which are unhealthy to breathe and have been associated with premature mortality and other serious health effects.
Fine particles are those less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter and are also referred to as PM2.5.
www.epa.gov /pmdesignations   (471 words)

 stl list,vector.... - GameDev.Net Discussion Forums
It's not causing any compiler errors, and the list is not empty.
Also note that when you add an instance of Particle to the list, it is copied, so modifying the original object will not modify the entry in the list, and vice versa!
well, this code caused the particles age to increase by the amount timepassed since the last frame, but this was only done only every.1 seconds (the timepassed was usally like.01, so its age would take a long time to hit 5.
www.gamedev.net /community/forums/topic.asp?topic_id=102647&whichpage=1򃺦   (833 words)

 Our book
The weak and electromagnetic forces have been shown to be two aspects of the same thing.
The problem of understanding the concepts of fields and particles
The penetration of different particles through your house wall
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