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- Francisco Gonzalez, Carmela Capeans, Luis Santos, Jesus Suarez, Luis Cadarso
- Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental…
- 1992

We compared the depth of the anterior chamber and the optimal distance refraction in a group of patients with soft and rigid intraocular implants under pilocarpine (maximal ciliary contraction) and cyclopentolate (maximal ciliary relaxation) in order to determine if lens movement might account for the apparent accommodation phenomenon. Lens shifts ranging… (More)

- JESÚS SUÁREZ
- 2006

In this note we study some basic properties of the γinterpolation method introduced in [6] e.g. interpolation of Bochner spaces and interpolation of analytic operator valued functions in the sense of Stein. As applications we consider the interpolation of almost summing operators (in particular γ-radonifying and Hilbert-Schmidt operators) and of γ-Sobolev… (More)

- A E Shalyt-Margolin, J G Suarez
- 2008

In this paper Quantum Mechanics with Fundamental Length is chosen as the theory for describing the early Universe. This is possible due to the presence in the theory of General Uncertainty Relations from which unavoidable it follows that in nature a fundamental length exits. Here Quantum Mechanics with Fundamental Length is obtained as a deformation of… (More)

- Lea R Mehrkens, Lisa A Shender, +4 authors Kirsten V K Gilardi
- Journal of wildlife diseases
- 2013

We studied white-nosed coatis (Nasua narica) in Monteverde, Costa Rica to evaluate their potential as a reservoir for the vector-borne zoonotic parasite Trypanosoma cruzi and other selected microorganisms. We live-trapped 20 coatis in July and August 2011 and tested them for T. cruzi by blood smear, molecular analysis of blood, culture of blood and anal… (More)

- A E Shalyt-Margolin, J G Suarez
- 2002

In this paper Quantum Mechanics with Fundamental Length is built as a deformation of Quantum Mechanics. To this aim an approach is used which does not take into account commutator deformation as usually it is done, but density matrix deformation. The corresponding deformed density matrix, which is called density pro-matrix is given explicitly. It properties… (More)

- J. Suarez, S. C. Farantos, S. Stamatiadis, L. Lathouwers
- Computer Physics Communications
- 2009

Principal contributions to QED radiative effects for Moller scattering of polarized particles are investigated both on the Born level and taking into account radiative corrections (RC). Scattering on the case of longitudinal and transversal polarized targets is also considered. In a general way the expressions for differential cross section and polarization… (More)

- Carlos López-Colina, Miguel A Serrano, Miguel Lozano, Fernando L Gayarre, Jesús Suárez
- Materials
- 2017

It is well known that the cold-forming process used to manufacture tubes causes an increase in both the yielding stress and the ultimate strength of the corner material in rectangular steel hollow sections. This may have a significant effect on the resistance of any structure built with those profiles. However, the mentioned material hardening can be… (More)

- A E Shalyt-Margolin, J G Suarez
- 2008

In this paper Quantum Mechanics with Fundamental Length is chosen as Quantum Mechanics at Planck’s scale. This is possible due to the presence in the theory of General Uncertainty Relations. Here Quantum Mechanics with Fundamental Length is obtained as a deformation of Quantum Mechanics. The distinguishing feature of the proposed approach in comparison with… (More)

In this paper we present the experimental data for the acoustic impedance of different materials (typical ground and construction materials) according to different measurement techniques.

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