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In this paper, we give a characterization of the structurally stable vector fields by making use of the notion of topological stability. More precisely, it is proved that the C1 interior of the set of all topologically stable C1 vector fields coincides with the set of all vector fields satisfying Axiom A and the strong transversality condition.

- William B. Johnson, D. W. G.S. Leith, +5 authors R. J. Yamartino
- 1971

Recent data on Kip ---) Kip are interpreted in terms of two distinctly different Regge models, both of which provide good descriptions of the data. The forward differential cross sections for K;p + K;p and n-p -+ non are used to determine an f/d ratio for the nonflip coupling of vector mesons to baryons. (Submitted to Phys. Rev. Letters.) * Work supported… (More)

- Andrew Brody, William B. Johnson, +6 authors B. C. Shen
- 1969

We have measured the Ki yields at SIAC for electron energies of 10 and 16 GeV and at production angles of 2’ and 4’, using the SLAC 40-inch hydrogen bubble chamber as a Ki detector. The observed yields are compared with the predictions of a model involving the intermediate photoproduction of Q(1020) mesons. In addition, we have measured the relative neutron… (More)

- S Fujieda, Yoshihiro Mogami, K. Moriyasu, Yasunari Mori
- Advances in space research : the official journal…
- 1999

The Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reactions were used as typical examples of a nonlinear system far from equilibrium in connection with biological evolution. The virtual absence of gravity in the present work was given from the free-fall facility of Japan Microgravity Center (JAMIC) in Hokkaido. The reaction solution of BZ reaction was composed of bromate in… (More)

- J. Ballam, G. B. Chadwick, Z. G. T. Guiragossih, Bart Johnson, D. W.G. S. Leith, K. Moriyasu
- 1970

We present an analysis of the reaction n-p h-n+n at 16 GeV/c. The total cross section for this channel was measured to be 0.40 rt 0.08 mb and production cross sections of 52 -I 13 kb and 38 tf: 9 pb were determined for the p” and f” resonances, respectively. A comparison with the one-pion-exchange model of Wolf shows good agreement with our data. (Submitted… (More)

- J. Ballam, G. B. Chadwick, Z. G. T. Guiragossin, William B. Johnson, David W . G . S . Leith, K. Moriyasu
- 1971

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