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Discovery potential of the next-to-minimal supergravity-motivated model
Applying a likelihood analysis to the next-to-minimal supergravity-motivated model, we identify parameter space regions preferred by present experimental limits from collider, astrophysical, and lowExpand
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The Oregon Report Basic Technology
Computer technology will continue to advance, and the capabilities we need will exist in VLSI. But capitalizing on them will require innovative design tools and architectures.
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Fracture toughness characterization of nanoreinforced carbon-fiber composite materials for damage mitigation
Continuous polyacrylonitrile (PAN) nanofibers fabricated via the electrospinning process and commercially available silica nanoparticles were investigated and compared for their impact mitigatingExpand
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Bayesian analysis of NmSuGra
In anticipation of data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the potential discovery of supersymmetry, we calculate the odds of the next‐to‐minimal version of the popular supergravity motivatedExpand
Likelihood analysis of the next-to-minimal supergravity motivated model
In anticipation of data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the potential discovery of supersymmetry, in this work we seek an answer to the following: What are the chances that supersymmetryExpand
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Discovery potential of the NmSuGra model
We consider a gauge‐singlet extension of the minimal supergravity motivated (mSuGra) model, which contains only one additional parameter: λ, the Higgs‐singlet‐Higgs coupling. In NmSuGra the μ‐problemExpand
Measurements of buckling and relative reaction rates in some plutonium-graphite assemblies
The materials bucklings of a series of plutonium-aluminium alloy-fuelled, graphite-moderated assemblies have been measured, the carbon/plutonium ratio ranging from 14,520 to 2420. Fission ratios ofExpand
Comment on “Three-Year Longitudinal Follow-up of the Psychiatry Early Experience Program (PEEP): Gaining and Sustaining Positive Attitudes Toward Psychiatry in Students at a UK Medical School”
To the Editor: After reading the “Three-Year Longitudinal Follow-up of the Psychiatry Early Experience Program (PEEP): Gaining and Sustaining Positive Attitudes Toward Psychiatry in Students at a UKExpand