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An aim of this study was to assess the feasibility of DWI in the early period after kidney transplantation. We also aimed to compare ADC and eADC values in the cortex and medulla of the kidney, to estimate image noise and variability of measurements, and to verify possible relation between selected labolatory results and diffusion parameters in… (More)

- Fernando S Navarra, Oleg V Utyuzh, F S Navarra, O V Utyuzh, G Wilk, Z Włodarczyk
- 2003

PROCEEDINGS Information theory is nowadays widely used in all branches of sciences to provide the least biased, most probable description of data for which we have only a limited amount of information [3]. The information is defined by means of information entropy, which, in turn, can assume extensive (Shannon) or nonextensive (Tsallis) form, depending on… (More)

- G Wilk, Z Włodarczyk
- 2008

We demonstrate that selection of the minimal value of ordered variables leads in a natural way to its distribution being given by the Tsallis distribution, the same as that resulting from Tsallis nonextensive statistics. The possible application of this result to the multiparticle production processes is indicated. Tsallis distribution p(E) of some variable… (More)

- Z Włodarczyk, G Wilk
- 2008

The energy spectrum of cosmic rays (CR) exhibits very characteristic power-like behavior with the " knee " structure. We consider a generalized statistical model for the production process of cosmic rays which accounts for such behavior in a natural way either by assuming the existence of temperature fluctuations in the source of CR, or by assuming specific… (More)

- O V Utyuzh, G Wilk, Z Włodarczyk
- 2005

We describe an attempt to model numerically Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC) from "within", i.e., by using them as the most fundamental ingredient of some Monte Carlo event generator (MC) rather than considering them as a kind of (more or less important, depending on the actual situation) "afterburner", which inevitably changes original physical content of… (More)

- Oleg V Utyuzh, Grzegorz Wilk, Zbigniew Włodarczyk
- 2005

We describe an attempt to numerically model Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC) from " within " , i.e., by using them as the most fundamental ingredient of a Monte Carlo event generator (MC) rather than considering them as a kind of (more or less important, depending on the actual situation) " afterburner " , which inevitably changes the original physical… (More)

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