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Fungal infections in critically ill surgical patients

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ABSTRACT: The present study was undertaken to estimate the incidence and further the influence of fungal infections in critically ill surgical patients. Invasive fungal disease was found in 18 percent of the patients. C. albicans was the agent most frequently isolated. Acute physiological scoring (APS) was found to be a significant factor predic...

ABSTRACT: The present study was undertaken to estimate the incidence and further the influence of fungal infections in critically ill surgical patients. Invasive fungal disease was found in 18 percent of the patients. C. albicans was the agent most frequently isolated. Acute physiological scoring (APS) was found to be a significant factor predicting invasive fungal disease. Age, leucocytosis and duration of hospital stay were not found to have any association with development of invasive disease. Mortality rate was significantly higher in patients with invasive disease. Minimize

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Medknow Publications

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2000-04-01

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Copyright 2015 Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology.

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Mitigation of unknown narrowband interference using instantaneous error updates

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Abstract—Nonlinear effects of the Normalized Least Mean Square (NLMS) algorithm are studied in the presence of multipath and severe narrowband interference, for applications where there is no direct reference for the interfering signal. The nonlinear characteristics of the adaptive equalizer are used to generate a reference signal for the interf...

Abstract—Nonlinear effects of the Normalized Least Mean Square (NLMS) algorithm are studied in the presence of multipath and severe narrowband interference, for applications where there is no direct reference for the interfering signal. The nonlinear characteristics of the adaptive equalizer are used to generate a reference signal for the interference from the instantaneous error signal. The adaptive coefficients are optimized such that the width of the notch is minimized in order to reduce signal distortion. The bit error rate improvement is quantified as a function of input SINR, multipath characteristics, and NLMS filter parameters. I. Minimize

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2008-07-17

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Mapping of ion beam induced current changes in FinFETs

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We report on progress in ion placement into silicon devices with scanning probealignment. The device is imaged with a scanning force microscope (SFM) and an aligned argon beam (20 keV, 36 keV) is scanned over the transistor surface. Holes in the lever of the SFM tip collimate the argon beam to sizes of 1.6 mu m and 100 nm in diameter. Ion impact...

We report on progress in ion placement into silicon devices with scanning probealignment. The device is imaged with a scanning force microscope (SFM) and an aligned argon beam (20 keV, 36 keV) is scanned over the transistor surface. Holes in the lever of the SFM tip collimate the argon beam to sizes of 1.6 mu m and 100 nm in diameter. Ion impacts upset the channel current due to formation of positive charges in the oxide areas. The induced changes in the source-drain current are recorded in dependence of the ion beam position in respect to the FinFET. Maps of local areas responding to the ion beam are obtained. Minimize

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2009-10-19

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77; ALIGNMENT; ARGON; ION BEAMS; MICROSCOPES; MODIFICATIONS; OXIDES; PROBES; SILICON; TRANSISTORS

77; ALIGNMENT; ARGON; ION BEAMS; MICROSCOPES; MODIFICATIONS; OXIDES; PROBES; SILICON; TRANSISTORS Minimize

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Mapping of ion beam induced current changes in FinFETs

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C. D. Weis A ; A. Schuh A ; A. Batra A ; A. Persaud A ; I. W. Rangelow B ; J. Bokor C ; C. C. Lo C ; S. Cabrini D ; D. Olynick D ; S. Duhey D ; ...

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Ion beam induced charge (IBIC) IBIC mapping a b s t r a c t We report on progress in ion placement into silicon devices with scanning probe alignment. The device is imaged with a scanning force microscope (SFM) and an aligned argon beam (20 keV, 36 keV) is scanned over the transistor surface. Holes in the lever of the SFM tip collimate the argon...

Ion beam induced charge (IBIC) IBIC mapping a b s t r a c t We report on progress in ion placement into silicon devices with scanning probe alignment. The device is imaged with a scanning force microscope (SFM) and an aligned argon beam (20 keV, 36 keV) is scanned over the transistor surface. Holes in the lever of the SFM tip collimate the argon beam to sizes of 1.6 lm and 100 nm in diameter. Ion impacts upset the channel current due to formation of positive charges in the oxide areas. The induced changes in the source–drain current are recorded in dependence of the ion beam position with respect to the FinFET. Maps of local areas responding to the ion beam are obtained.! 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. 1. Minimize

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2015-01-29

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Detailed Balance and Spin Content of {\Lambda} using Statistical Model

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In this study, we assume the hadrons as an ensemble of quark-gluon Fock states and apply statistical effects to explain the spin distribution of quarks for lambda hyperon. We extend the principle of detailed balance given by Zhang et al. [9] to calculate the probability of every Fock state in lambda. Using these probabilities, we have calculated...

In this study, we assume the hadrons as an ensemble of quark-gluon Fock states and apply statistical effects to explain the spin distribution of quarks for lambda hyperon. We extend the principle of detailed balance given by Zhang et al. [9] to calculate the probability of every Fock state in lambda. Using these probabilities, we have calculated quark distribution of spin, hyperon weak decay constant, SU(3) reduced matrix elements and their ratio and magnetic moment etc. using the statistical model proposed in ref.[17]. The extension of statistical model comes here with inclusion of more sub processes like etc. Finally the matching of our results with other models like chiral quark soliton model has also been analyzed. ; Comment: 13 pages(Accepted in IJMPA(2013) Minimize

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2012-08-01

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Sea Quark and Gluon contributions to Strange Baryons and their Properties

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We treat the hadrons as an ensemble of quark-gluon Fock states where contributions from sea-quarks and gluons can be studied in detail for the properties of low lying baryons. Statistical model is applied to calculate individual probabilities from various scalar, vector and tensor sea components in flavor, spin and color subspaces for each quark...

We treat the hadrons as an ensemble of quark-gluon Fock states where contributions from sea-quarks and gluons can be studied in detail for the properties of low lying baryons. Statistical model is applied to calculate individual probabilities from various scalar, vector and tensor sea components in flavor, spin and color subspaces for each quark-gluon Fock state. The mass of strange quark is imposed in terms of constraints to the availability of strange quarks in the sea and free energy of gluons in conformity with experimental indications. We calculate multiplicities for different sets of Fock states to compute the role of strange sea for cascade doublet {\Xi}+, and {\Xi}-.The low energy properties like magnetic moment, weak decay matrix elements and axial coupling constant ratios have been studied. The incorporation of strange quark gluon sea is discussed and they found to affect the results by almost 46% . The results provide deeper understanding for baryon structure thereby motivating experiments for further inspection, especially the spin distribution among the quarks and gluons. ; Comment: 4 pages, IOP Proceedings(2013) Minimize

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2013-03-15

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text

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High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

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Octet magnetic Moments and their sum rules in statistical model

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The statistical model is implemented to find the magnetic moments of all octet baryons. The well-known sum rules like GMO and CG sum rules has been checked in order to check the consistency of our approach. The small discrepancy between the results suggests the importance of breaking in SU(3) symmetry. ; Comment: Proceedings of DAE symposium, vo...

The statistical model is implemented to find the magnetic moments of all octet baryons. The well-known sum rules like GMO and CG sum rules has been checked in order to check the consistency of our approach. The small discrepancy between the results suggests the importance of breaking in SU(3) symmetry. ; Comment: Proceedings of DAE symposium, vol. 58,2013 Minimize

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2013-12-18

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B-meson spectroscopy in heavy hadron chiral perturbation theory

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The theory of heavy meson masses, in which the symmetries of heavy and light quarks are exploited, can be used to describe the low energy interaction among heavy mesons to a better extent. The spin-flavor symmetry leads to many interesting relations between the properties of hadrons containing a heavy quark. The most direct consequences concern ...

The theory of heavy meson masses, in which the symmetries of heavy and light quarks are exploited, can be used to describe the low energy interaction among heavy mesons to a better extent. The spin-flavor symmetry leads to many interesting relations between the properties of hadrons containing a heavy quark. The most direct consequences concern the spectroscopy of such states. We use such symmetries to explore some of the states of B-meson and predictions are found to be in agreement with the experimental data. ; Comment: Proceedings of DAE symposium in nuclear physics,vol. 58, 2013 Minimize

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2013-12-19

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Scalar and Tensor Sea Contributions to Nucleons

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Statistical approach for proton and neutron have been used to study the low energy properties of nucleons. Nucleons is assumed as a composite system of three quarks and "sea" where sea is assumed to be in S-wave consisting of quark-antiquark pairs (u]\bar{u},d\bar{d} only) and gluons. Here the contributions from scalar, vector and tensor sea is ...

Statistical approach for proton and neutron have been used to study the low energy properties of nucleons. Nucleons is assumed as a composite system of three quarks and "sea" where sea is assumed to be in S-wave consisting of quark-antiquark pairs (u]\bar{u},d\bar{d} only) and gluons. Here the contributions from scalar, vector and tensor sea is taken into consideration to find {\alpha} and {\beta}. Distribution of spin among valence quarks and sea-quark for proton and neutron are denoted by I_1^pand I_1^n respectively. Statistical model predicted the values as 0.132 and -0.011 which is close to EMC experimental value 0.136 and -0.013 for I_1^p and I_1^n respectively. Although the statistical model predictions give close to EMC data for neutron spin distribution. The results have also been compared with the Simple quark model results that matches well with SU(6) model. Minimize

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2011-09-27

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Strange and nonstrange sea quark-gluon effects in nucleons

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Probabilities of various Fock states with strange and nonstrange quark-gluon sea contents are calculated to probe the hadronic structure. Particularly for nucleon, we find various contributions to the low energy properties from scalar, vector and tensor sea in addition to three valence quarks. We focus on the importance of individual sea contrib...

Probabilities of various Fock states with strange and nonstrange quark-gluon sea contents are calculated to probe the hadronic structure. Particularly for nucleon, we find various contributions to the low energy properties from scalar, vector and tensor sea in addition to three valence quarks. We focus on the importance of individual sea contributions to the low energy parameters of nucleon by taking the strange and non strange quark-gluon content to the hadron sea. We confirm that the extended Fock space wavefunction is capable of explaining the experimental results where vector sea plays a crucial role in studying hadronic structure while scalar and tensor sea appears to be less dominating due to quark-spin flip process but cannot be neglected. Some of the properties like spin distribution and gA/gV ratio seem to be the most affected by the change in the statistically determined coefficients. Detailed analysis includes different approximations within the statistical approach to test the validity of the model chosen. Phenomenological implication of such sea affecting these properties is also discussed and the results are compared with the experiments. ; Comment: 11 Pages, No figures, Nuclear Physics A(Accepted) Minimize

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2012-10-23

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text

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High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

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