Ippei Suzuki

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Exclusive production of 0 and J== mesons in e + p collisions has been studied with the ZEUS detector in the kinematic range 0:25 < Q 2 < 50 GeV 2 , 20 < W < 167 GeV for the 0 data and 2 < Q 2 < 40 GeV 2 , 50 < W < 150 GeV for the J== data. Cross sections for exclusive 0 and J== production have been measured as a function of Q 2 , W and t. The spin-density(More)
Using the ZEUS detector at HERA, we have studied the reaction e + p ! e + X for Q 2 > 5000 GeV 2 with a 20:1 pb ?1 data sample collected during the years 1994 to 1996. For Q 2 below 15000GeV 2 , the data are in good agreement with Standard Model expectations. For Q 2 > 35000 GeV 2 , two events are observed while 0:145 0:013 events are expected. A(More)
The feeding events of wild animals have been widely researched in recent decades. The use of invasive methods to determine stomach contents in which the fish is killed can, however, be considered to be unjustifiable in the case of an endangered fish, such as the Japanese late. Here, we report on a method that can be used to verify feeding events of a fish(More)
In deep inelastic neutral current scattering of positrons and protons at the center of mass energy of 300 GeV, we observe, with the ZEUS detector, events with a high energy neutron produced at very small scattering angles with respect to the proton direction. The events constitute a fixed fraction of the deep inelastic, neutral current event sample(More)
Hall A. Development of an animal-borne blood sample collection device and its deployment for the determination of cardiovascular and stress hormones in phocid seals.—An animal-borne blood sampler with data-logging functions was developed for phocid seals, which collected two blood samples for the comparison of endocrino-logical/biochemical parameters under(More)
Swimming at an optimal speed is critical for breath-hold divers seeking to maximize the time they can spend foraging underwater. Theoretical studies have predicted that the optimal swim speed for an animal while transiting to and from depth is independent of buoyancy, but is dependent on drag and metabolic rate. However, this prediction has never been(More)
Conventional research on pedestrian navigation systems has explored the possibilities of presenting information to users both visually and aurally. Existing navigation systems require users to recognize information, and then to follow directions as separate, conscious processes, which inevitably require attention to the system. This study proposes a novel(More)
The e + p neutral-current deep inelastic scattering diierential cross-sections dd=dQ 2 , for Q 2 > 400 GeV 2 , dd=dx and dd=dy, for Q 2 > 400, 2500 and 10000 GeV 2 , have been measured with the ZEUS detector at HERA. The data sample of 47.7 pb ?1 was collected at a center-of-mass energy of 300 GeV. The cross-section, dd=dQ 2 , falls by six orders of(More)
We present a novel manipulation method that subconsciously changes the walking direction of users via visual processing on a head mounted display (HMD). Unlike existing navigation systems that require users to recognize information and then follow directions as two separate, conscious processes, the proposed method guides users without them needing to pay(More)