Authors:Wolfgang Luh, Valeri Martirosian, and Jürgen Müller
Let G ⊂ C be a domain which is bounded by a finite number of pairwise disjoint Jordan curves. We prove the existence of a function
which is holomorphic exactly on G and has universal translates with respect to a prescribed set E ⊂∂G and which in addition is continuous on G-\E.
multi-layer adsorption it is common to use standard isotherms. To establish
such isotherms experimental data are required at a wide range of adsorptive
pressure. This paper presents the theoretical and experimental analysis of
the new tδ-method,
which is suitable to predict type II multi-layer adsorption isotherms on the
basis of only two adsorption values, measured in the area of mono- and multi-layer
saturation and of the surface fractal dimension of the adsorbent.
Based on the concept of so-called (total) omnipresence of operators, several results on the generity of (translation-dilation)
universal functions are proved. Mainly to have a unified approach to holomorphic and harmonic functions, in the first part
operators on spaces of P-holomorphic functions are considered. The second part is devoted to holomorphic functions having lacunary power series structure
and to holomorphic functions which are univalent in certain prescribed sets.
Authors:C. Chilian, M. Kassakov, J. St-Pierre, and G. Kennedy
The recently discovered universal functions for thermal and epithermal neutron self-shielding were adapted to NAA of cylindrical
samples, expressing the magnitude as the product of a nuclear factor, a geometrical factor and the amount of the neutron absorbing
element. The theory was tested and the nuclear factors were measured for 1 ml samples containing the halogens Cl, Br and I.
Tests on samples containing these elements at a priori unknown concentrations, irradiated in a mixed thermal and epithermal
neutron spectrum, showed that self-shielding as high as 30% could be corrected with an accuracy of about 1%, except in cases
with significant epithermal shielding of one element by another.
Authors:László Horváth, Mária Asztalos, Ernő Führer, Róbert Mészáros, Kálmán Rajkai, and Tamás Weidinger
Weidinger, T., Pinto, J. & Horváth, L., 2000. Effects of uncertainties in universalfunctions, roughness length, and displacement height on the calculation of surface layer fluxes. Meteorol. Zeitschrift. 9 . 139
Phagocytosis is a basic life function for unicellulars. Corpuscular elements as nourishments or hostile other unicellulars are engulfed by it. Phagocytosis does not a universalfunction of all cells in the multicellular world, however, it is