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357 363 Pólik Z., Ludvig T., Kuczmann M. Measuring and control of the scalar hysteresis characteristic applying the LabVIEW software environment, J. of El. Eng . Vol. 58

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. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 31 . 5 – 17 . Bott , Lewis and Ira A. Noveck. 2004 . Some utterances are underinformative: The onset and time course of scalar inferences . Journal of Memory and Language 51 . 437 – 457

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Prathap ( 2011a ) in his Letter applies newly developed scalar measures for bibliometrics (Energy, Exergy, and Entropy; EEE) to the data provided in Table 1 of Van Raan ( 2006 , p. 495). EEE operates on averages and ignores the shape of the

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Pólik Z., Kuczmann M., Measuring and control of the scalar hysteresis characteristic with analog and digital integrators, Journal of Electrical Engineering , Vol. 58. No. 4, 2007, (to be printed) Kis P

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We continue the development of part I. The Riesz representation theorem is proved without assuming local convexity. This theorem is applied to give sufficient conditions for an operator (continuous or otherwise) to be “spectral”. A uniqueness problem is pointed out and the function calculus is extended to the case of several variables. A Radon—Nikodym theorem is proved.

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, and suggested that this was universally conserved. This was in opposition to the prevailing wisdom, which was Descarte's law of conservation for “quantity of motion”, namely mv . Note that in the light of the discussion above, m is a scalar quantity

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