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An application of the Tsuji characteristic

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Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo

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1991

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Departmental Bulletin Paper

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Printed in Great Britain THERMAL ACCLIMATION OF A CENTRAL NEURONE IN HELIX ASPERSA III. IONIC SUBSTITUTION AND RELATED STUDIES

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(1) Thermal acclimation of the Fi neurone does not appear to result from changes in the chemical composition of the haemolymph. This is deduced from the lack of effect on the electrical characteristics of control neurones of either pooled haemolymph from acclimated individuals, or variations in the experimental salines made in accordance with ha...

(1) Thermal acclimation of the Fi neurone does not appear to result from changes in the chemical composition of the haemolymph. This is deduced from the lack of effect on the electrical characteristics of control neurones of either pooled haemolymph from acclimated individuals, or variations in the experimental salines made in accordance with haemolymph analyses. (2) Changes in [Ca]0 tended to act cooperatively with temperature shifts to induce alterations in the electrical properties of the neurone, notably to increase excitability and lower membrane resistance. (3) Warm acclimation was associated with increased resting conductance of the neuronal membrane to sodium and potassium, whereas chloride conductance appeared little affected. Minimize

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2014-12-18

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NON-REAL ZEROS OF DERIVATIVES OF REAL MEROMORPHIC FUNCTIONS

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The main result of the paper determines all real meromorphic functions f of finite order in the plane such that f ′ has finitely many zeros while f and f (k) , for some k ≥ 2, have finitely many non-real zeros.

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2013-06-11

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Postgraduate notes on complex analysis

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These notes originated from a set of lectures on basic results in Nevanlinna theory and their application to ordinary differential equations in the complex domain, given at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel in December 1998. Over the years additional topics have been added, such as some elements of potential theory which are of use in ...

These notes originated from a set of lectures on basic results in Nevanlinna theory and their application to ordinary differential equations in the complex domain, given at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel in December 1998. Over the years additional topics have been added, such as some elements of potential theory which are of use in value distribution theory, including the important technique of harmonic measure. Analytic continuation and singularities of the inverse function are also discussed, and the various themes are brought together in the Denjoy-Carleman-Ahlfors theorem and a recent theorem of Bergweiler and Eremenko concerning asymptotic values of entire and meromorphic functions. The aim has been to develop in a single set of notes some of the key concepts and methods of function theory, in a form suitable for a postgraduate student starting out in the area. The notes have drawn on many sources, and these are indicated in the course of the development. I would like to thank several people for drawing my attention to numerous obscurities and typos in earlier versions of these notes. These include my PhD students James Hinchliffe, Guy Kendall, Eleanor Minimize

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2013-06-11

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ON THE ZEROS OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL POLYNOMIALS WITH SMALL RATIONAL COEFFICIENTS

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We prove the following: suppose that J{z) is transcendental and meromorphic of finite order in the plane, and that the linear differential polynomial F(z) is defined by and is non-constant, where ak_j(z),.,ao(z) are rational functions vanishing at infinity. Then implies that N(r,l/(fFF')) = N(r,f) = O(logr). A corresponding result is proved for ...

We prove the following: suppose that J{z) is transcendental and meromorphic of finite order in the plane, and that the linear differential polynomial F(z) is defined by and is non-constant, where ak_j(z),.,ao(z) are rational functions vanishing at infinity. Then implies that N(r,l/(fFF')) = N(r,f) = O(logr). A corresponding result is proved for the case where F =f ' + af, where a is a constant. The problem is related to results of Frank and Hellerstein and others. 1. Minimize

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2008-12-04

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Non-real zeros of linear differential polynomials

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Let f be a real entire function with finitely many non-real zeros, not of the form f = Ph with P a polynomial and h in the Laguerre-Pólya class. Lower bounds are given for the number of non-real zeros of f ′ ′ + ωf, where ω is a positive real constant.

Let f be a real entire function with finitely many non-real zeros, not of the form f = Ph with P a polynomial and h in the Laguerre-Pólya class. Lower bounds are given for the number of non-real zeros of f ′ ′ + ωf, where ω is a positive real constant. Minimize

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2013-06-11

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The Inference of Structure in Images using Multi-local Quadrature Filters.

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Two techniques are presented for corner detection. First, a band of filters are applied with equal radial spatial frequency, but different orientation preferences locally in the image domain. From the energy response, a linear Fourier transform is taken to give confidence measures of both "cornerness " and "edgeness. Second, we consider a multi-...

Two techniques are presented for corner detection. First, a band of filters are applied with equal radial spatial frequency, but different orientation preferences locally in the image domain. From the energy response, a linear Fourier transform is taken to give confidence measures of both "cornerness " and "edgeness. Second, we consider a multi-local spatial separation of filters that lie on a constant radius from a point of interest. This second stage of processing allows a wider classification of image structure. As a result, we infer the presence of line end points, "L", "T", "Y " and "X " junctions using epistemic probabilities. The results are indicative of a relationship between Fourier and Spatial domain models of filtering. 1 Minimize

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2013-08-20

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EQUILIBRIUM POINTS OF LOGARITHMIC POTENTIALS ON CONVEX DOMAINS

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Abstract. Let D be a convex domain in C. Let ak> 0 be summable constants and let zk ∈ D. If the zk converge sufficiently rapidly to η ∈ ∂D from within an appropriate Stolz angle then the function ∑∞ k=1 ak/(z − zk) has infinitely many zeros in D. An example shows that the hypotheses on the zk are not redundant, and that two recently advanced con...

Abstract. Let D be a convex domain in C. Let ak> 0 be summable constants and let zk ∈ D. If the zk converge sufficiently rapidly to η ∈ ∂D from within an appropriate Stolz angle then the function ∑∞ k=1 ak/(z − zk) has infinitely many zeros in D. An example shows that the hypotheses on the zk are not redundant, and that two recently advanced conjectures are false. Minimize

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2012-11-05

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critical points ; potentials ; zeros of meromorphic functions

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Real entire functions with real zeros and a conjecture of Wiman

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An entire function is called real if it maps the real line into itself. The main result of this paper is Theorem 1.1 For every real entire function of infinite order with only real

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2009-04-21

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CENTRE-FREQUENCY ADAPTIVE IIR TEMPORAL FILTERS FOR PHASE-BASED IMAGE VELOCITY ESTIMATION

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This paper proposes an application of adaptive IIR lters to the problem of image velocity estimation. A phase-based motion algorithm (Fleet and Jepson [4], Langley and Fleet [9]) is employed to measure velocity locally within an image sequence from the outputs of a set of complex space-time separable band-pass lters. The lters ' temporal tunings...

This paper proposes an application of adaptive IIR lters to the problem of image velocity estimation. A phase-based motion algorithm (Fleet and Jepson [4], Langley and Fleet [9]) is employed to measure velocity locally within an image sequence from the outputs of a set of complex space-time separable band-pass lters. The lters ' temporal tunings are adaptively modi ed on the basis of measured velocity to optimise the representation of image motion. In computer simulations the scheme is shown to provide accurate estimates of velocity even at high levels of image noise. Minimize

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2008-12-04

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