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The Effect of Variation of Plyometric Push-Ups on Force-Application Kinetics and Perception of Intensity.
PURPOSE To examine differences between ground-reaction-force (GRF)-based parameters collected from 5 types of plyometric push-ups. Between-trials reliability and the relationships between parametersExpand
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Solution of the Spinless Salpeter Equation with a Time-Dependent Linear Potential
We derive the general solution of the semi-relativistic spinless Salpeter equation in the presence of a time-dependent linear potential via the Lewis–Riesenfeld framework and using two forms of theExpand
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$\kappa$κ-deformed Dirac oscillator in an external magnetic field
Abstract.We study the solutions of the (2 + 1)-dimensional $\kappa$κ-deformed Dirac oscillator in the presence of a constant transverse magnetic field. We demonstrate how the deformation parameterExpand
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A New Class of Exactly Solvable Models within the Schrödinger Equation with Position Dependent Mass
The study of physical systems endowed with a position-dependent mass (PDM) remains a fundamental issue of quantum mechanics. In this paper we use a new approach, recently developed by us for buildingExpand
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Ju n 20 11 Momentum measurement by the Multiple Coulomb Scattering method in the OPERA lead emulsion target OPERA COLLABORATION January 29 , 2013
A new method of momentum measurement of charged particles through Multiple Coulomb Scattering (MCS) in the OPERA lead emulsion target is presented. It is based on precise measurements of trackExpand
Extinction Conditions from a One-Sided Competition Model with a Holling Type I Functional Response for the Sterile Insect Technique
The Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) is a powerful biological tool to control pest-populations. It could be integrated in management programmes of the Red Palm Weevil (RPW) Rhynchophorus ferrugineusExpand
A Two-Dimensional Mathematical Model of Heat Propagation Equations and Their Significance for Soil Temperature
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In the context of the development of the research project (Boulaaras et al.) which was supported by the Deanship of Scientific Research of Qassim University under the Project No. 1140 during the academic year 2016/1437, this research will introduce a two dimensional mathematical model based on the finite elements spatial method combined with a finite differences time scheme applied to the diffusion equations. Expand
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D ec 2 01 7 κ-deformed Dirac oscillator in an external magnetic field
We study the solutions of the (2+1)-dimensional κ-deformed Dirac oscillator in the presence of a constant transverse magnetic field. We demonstrate how the deformation parameter affects the energyExpand