Emanuel Gluskin

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A neurophysiological cause for the cruelty expressed by the Nazis during the Holocaust is suggested, as well as certain tests for the adult population intended to reveal such a social danger. The cause is seen as an unbalance in the development of the brain's hemispheres. It is assumed that this unbalance can occur in a nation which is under an extremely(More)
—Some resistive (more generally, algebraic, e.g., dc magnetic or dielectric) 1-ports, composed of elements having a single-degree characteristic (()) are considered and some general relations relevant to such 1-ports of an arbitrary structure are proved. For series-parallel (s-p) 1-ports and also fractal 1-ports, this specific characteristic permits(More)
A formula for the input conductivity characteristic of an in® nite grid of similar, weakly nonlinear resistors (conductors) measured between two nodes is obtained using a speci® c approximate representation of the grid. This formula is more precise than the corresponding formula given earlier by Gluskin. Some hypotheses concerning the analytical features of(More)
An approximate analytical (structural) superposition in terms of two, or more, α α α α-circuits of the same topology: Pt.1 – description of the superposition Abstract: One-ports named " f-circuits " , composed of similar conductors described by a monotonic polynomial, or quasi-polynomial (i.e. with positive but not necessarily integer, powers)(More)
An approximate analytical (structural) superposition in terms of two, or more, α α α α-circuits of the same topology: Pt. 2 – the " internal circuit mechanism " Abstract: This is the second part, after [1], of the research devoted to analysis of 1-ports composed of similar conductors (" f-circuits ") described by the characteristic i = f(v) of a polynomial(More)
The argument of physical dimension/units is applied to electrical switched circuits, making the topic of the nonlinearity of such circuits simpler. This approach is seen against the background of a more general outlook (IEEE CAS MAG, III, 2009, pp. 56, 58, 60-62) on singular (switched and sampling) systems. The appendix suggests some points for the(More)
The hypothesis is put forward that hooligan behavior is based on some unperceived protest of an individual, or a group, against intellectual overstress, or, equivalently, it is based on the individuals' intuitive fear of such overstress that the society imposes (or "threatens" to impose) on them. The violent actions of the hooligans combine the quick(More)