Authors:A. Nemes, Z. Kovács, Á. Kormányos, P. Domsik, A. Kalapos, Z. Ajtay, and C. Lengyel
Introduction Left ventricular (LV) twist is considered an essential part of LV function due to oppositely directed LV basal and apical rotation [ 8, 11 ]. Non-invasive techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging and three-dimensional (3D) speckle
Suppose that f: ℝ → ℝ is a given measurable function, periodic by 1. For an α ∈ ℝ put Mnαf(x) = 1/n+1 Σk=0nf(x + kα). Let Γf denote the set of those α’s in (0;1) for which Mnαf(x) converges for almost every x ∈ ℝ. We call Γf the rotation set of f. We proved earlier that from |Γf| > 0 it follows that f is integrable on [0; 1], and hence, by Birkhoff’s Ergodic Theorem all α ∈ [0; 1] belongs to Γf. However, Γf\ℚ can be dense (even c-dense) for non-L1 functions as well. In this paper we show that there are non-L1 functions for which Γf is of Hausdorff dimension one.
Authors:Réka Sárközi, Péter Iványi, and Attila Béla Széll
+ cupola 5 Rotational grids 5.1 Mathematical calculations Based on the vault tool two types of rotational grid tools are also created. These components transform a grid given in Cartesian coordinate system to cover a surface of revolution. The generating
The Mössbauer spectrum of ferric oxinate exhibits and asymmetric quadrupole doublet. The modification of the dynamic Mössbauer parameters (to the equal values for each line) following the irradiation, was explained by the internal oxine ligands rotation inside of the octahedral coordination.