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The effect of the conducting electrode on the interaction of dust grains in a an ion flow is discussed. It is shown that two grains levitat-ing above the electrode at the same height may attract one another. This results in the instability of a dust layer in a plasma sheath.
The energy-momentum conservation law is used to investigate the interaction of pulses in the framework of nonlinear electrodynamics with Lorentz-invariant constitutive relations. It is shown that for the pulses of the arbitrary shape the interaction results in phase shift only.
It is shown that inhomogeneous heating of the dust grain by ion flow in a glow discharge results in a photophoresislike force. According to our estimations, this radiometric force can be comparably-valued with the ion-drag force under the conditions of microgravity dusty plasma experiments.
Revealing Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) is an essential part of post-marketing drug surveillance, and data from health-related forums and medical communities can be of a great significance for estimating such effects. In this paper, we propose an end-to-end CNNbased method for predicting drug safety on user comments from healthcare discussion forums. We… (More)
We study the rotational and translational kinetics of massive particulates (dust grains) absorbing the ambient gas. Equations for microscopic phase densities are deduced resulting in the Fokker-Planck equation for the dust component. It is shown that although there is no stationary distribution, the translational and rotational temperatures of dust tend to… (More)
Despite a rapid rise in the quality of built-in smartphone cameras, their physical limitations — small sensor size, compact lenses and the lack of specific hardware, — impede them to achieve the quality results of DSLR cameras. In this work we present an end-toend deep learning approach that bridges this gap by translating ordinary photos into DSLR-produced… (More)