- Filename: interference.
- ISBN: 0545812321
- Release Date: 2016-09-27
- Number of pages: 352
- Author: Kay Honeyman
- Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
Kate Hamilton is a congressman's daughter, used to the world of Washington politics, but after some pictures of her cause a mild scandal, she finds herself exiled to her aunt's West Texas farm and animal shelter, in the district where her father is planning to run for office--and then she discovers that politics in a small town can be even nastier than Washington, especially when it involves the local high school football team.
- Filename: interference-of-atomic-states.
- ISBN: 354053752X
- Release Date: 1993
- Number of pages: 250
- Author: Evgeniĭ Borisovich Aleksandrov
- Publisher: Springer
This monograph is devoted to the description and interpretation of interference between quantum states of an atom, as manifested in the angular distribution and polarization of spontaneous emission and absorption. The basic phenomena are first introduced and explained in terms of simple classical dipole model. A more quantitative description follows, making use of the density matrix formalism and the statistical tensor. The theoretical sections are complemented by detailed accounts of experimental methods and results, such that the monograph as a whole gives a truly comprehensive picture of this fascinating field.
- Filename: interference-alignment.
- ISBN: 9781601984746
- Release Date: 2011
- Number of pages: 148
- Author: Syed A. Jafar
- Publisher: Now Publishers Inc
Interference Alignment: A New Look at Signal Dimensions in a Communication Network provides both a tutorial and a survey of the state-of-art on the topic.
- Filename: interference-in-large-wireless-networks.
- ISBN: 9781601982988
- Release Date: 2009
- Number of pages: 126
- Author: Martin Haenggi
- Publisher: Now Publishers Inc
Since interference is the main performance-limiting factor in most wireless networks, it is crucial to characterize the interference statistics. The main two determinants of the interference are the network geometry (spatial distribution of concurrently transmitting nodes) and the path loss law (signal attenuation with distance). For certain classes of node distributions, most notably Poisson point processes, and attenuation laws, closed-form results are available, for both the interference itself as well as the signal-to-interference ratios, which determine the network performance. This monograph presents an overview of these results and gives an introduction to the analytical techniques used in their derivation. The node distribution models range from lattices to homogeneous and clustered Poisson models to general motion-invariant ones. The analysis of the more general models requires the use of Palm theory, in particular conditional probability generating functionals, which are briefly introduced in the appendix.
- Filename: platform-interference-in-wireless-systems.
- ISBN: 0080558569
- Release Date: 2011-04-08
- Number of pages: 416
- Author: Kevin Slattery
- Publisher: Newnes
Intra-system EMC problems are becoming increasingly common in mobile devices, ranging from notebook PCs to cell phones, with RF/wireless capbilities. These issues range from minor annoyances to serious glitches which impede the functioning of the device. This book gives a thourough review of electromagnetic theory (including Maxwell's equations), discusses possible sources and causes of intra-system interference, shows to use models and analysis to discover potential sources of intra-system EMC in a design, how to use appropriate tests and measurements to detect intra-system EMC problems, and finally extensively discusses measures to mitigate or totally eliminate intra-system EMC problems. With more and more mobile devices incorporating wirless capability (often with multiple wireless systems, such as Bluetooth and WiFi), this book should be part of the reference shelf of every RF/wireless engineer and mobile device designer. *Addresses a growing problem in RF/wireless devices----interference created inside the devices, which impair their operation *Covers devices, ranging from laptop PCs to mobile phones to Bluetooth headsets *Explains the sources of such intra-system interference, how to detect and measure such interference, design techniques for mitigating the interference, and proven techniques for eliminating the interference
- Filename: robust-technology-with-analysis-of-interference-in-signal-processing.
- ISBN: 0306474794
- Release Date: 2003-01-31
- Number of pages: 199
- Author: T. A. Aliev
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Robust Technology with Analysis of Interference in Signal Processing discusses for the first time the theoretical fundamentals and algorithms of analysis of noise as an information carrier. On their basis the robust technology of noisy signals processing is developed. This technology can be applied to solving the problems of control, identification, diagnostics, and pattern recognition in petrochemistry, energetics, geophysics, medicine, physics, aviation, and other sciences and industries. The text explores the emergent possibility of forecasting failures on various objects, in conjunction with the fact that failures follow the hidden microchanges revealed via interference estimates. This monograph is of interest to students, postgraduates, engineers, scientific associates and others who are concerned with the processing of measuring information on computers.
- Filename: interference-of-light.
- ISBN: STANFORD:36105030118827
- Release Date: 1968
- Number of pages: 164
- Author: Jarmila Sládková
- Filename: understanding-boat-corrosion-lightning-protection-and-interference.
- ISBN: 1574091999
- Release Date: 2005-01
- Number of pages: 90
- Author: John C. Payne
- Publisher: Sheridan House, Inc.
John C. Payne is a professional marine electrical engineer with 23 years merchant marine and off-shore oil experience.
- Filename: interference.
- ISBN: 9781480461185
- Release Date: 2014-06-10
- Number of pages: 509
- Author: Dan E. Moldea
- Publisher: Open Road Media
A shocking exposé of widespread corruption and mob influence throughout the National Football League—on the field, in the owners’ boxes, and in the corporate suites According to investigative journalist Dan E. Moldea, for decades the National Football League has had a strong and unspoken understanding with a dangerous institution: organized crime. In his classic exposé, Interference, Moldea bares the dark, sordid underbelly of America’s favorite professional team sport, revealing a nest of corruption that the league has largely ignored since its inception. Based on intensive research and in-depth interviews with coaches, players, mobsters, bookies, gamblers, referees, and league officials—including some of the sport’s all-time greats—the author’s shocking allegations suggest that the betting line is firmly in the hands of the mob, who occasionally manipulate the on-field action for maximum profit. Interference chronicles a long-standing history of gambling, drugs, and extortion, of point-shaving and game-fixing, and reveals the eye-opening truth about numerous gridiron contests where the final results were determined even before the kickoff. Moldea exposes the mob connections of many of the team owners and their startling complicity in illegal gambling operations, while showing how NFL internal security has managed to quash nearly every investigation into illegality and corruption within the professional football world before it could get off the ground. Provocative, disturbing, and controversial, Interference is a must-read for football fans and detractors alike, offering indisputable proof that what’s really happening on the field, in the locker room, and behind the scenes is a whole different ball game.
- Filename: rna-interference.
- ISBN: 9780080455396
- Release Date: 2005-02-28
- Number of pages: 496
- Author: David R. Engelke
- Publisher: Academic Press
The critically acclaimed laboratory standard, Methods in Enzymology, is one of the most highly respected publications in the field of biochemistry. Since 1955, each volume has been eagerly awaited, frequently consulted, and praised by researchers and reviewers alike. The series contains much material still relevant today - truly an essential publication for researchers in all fields of life sciences. RNA Interference will cover RNAi in non-vertebrates (plants, C. elegans, drosophila, and S. pombe), and Mammalian systems (human and non-human cells). This volume discusses extensive methodology related to delivery methods high throughput strategies and prospects as a human therapy agent. * One of the most highly respected publications in the field of biochemistry since 1955 * Frequently consulted, and praised by researchers and reviewers alike * Truly an essential publication for anyone in any field of the life sciences
- Filename: patent-interference-practice-handbook.
- ISBN: 9780735501140
- Release Date: 1998-06-01
- Number of pages: 1456
- Author: Jerome Rosenstock
- Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
One procedural misstep in patent interference practice can put an invention at risk. Patent Interference Practice Handbook is the only book that leads you step by step through proper procedure at every stage of the interference process, before and after declaration. Covering practice before the U.S. Patent Office, the District Courts and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, this intensely practical guide shows you exactly how to: Assess elements such as anticipation, use or sale, obviousness, abandonment, suppression, concealmentEstablish patentabilityDetermine priorityMeet reduction-to-practice standardsMeet all burden of proof requirementsAvoid export license violationsFile preliminary statements and motionsBring civil actions or appeals after interference.At every stage of his p
- Filename: interference-patterns.
- ISBN: 0838756816
- Release Date: 2007
- Number of pages: 268
- Author: Jon Adams
- Publisher: Bucknell University Press
The story of twentieth-century literary criticism can be told as a story about methodological anxieties: anxieties fostered by the success of the sciences and enacted by critics who have tried to set the study of literary texts on a more scientific basis. At the macrostructural level were taxonomists: Northrop Frye attempted to locate literature's conceptual center and organize Ptolemaic satellite myths around it, inferring the existence of literature from the possibility of criticism. linguistic microstructure, seeking (and finding) unsuspected levels of complexity, first in Baudelaire and Shakespeare, then in lesser poets, then in advertising slogans. After the collapse of the structuralist project, calls for the scientization of literary study have increasingly come from outside the humanities, where, despairing of criticism's native efforts, cognitive scientists and
- Filename: rna-interference-editing-and-modification.
- ISBN: 9781592597758
- Release Date: 2004-01-01
- Number of pages: 435
- Author: Jonatha M. Gott
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume presents a comprehensive collection of cuttingedge methods for elucidating the function of new genes and altering gene expression. These readily reproducible techniques can be used either in transient and stable gene splicing applied to worms, flies, trypanosomes, mammals, and plants, or in studying RNA editing mechanisms in a wide range of organisms, including systems that involve the conversion of one base to another and insertion/deletion editing. Topics of interest include stable and transient RNA interference, gene silencing, RNA editing, bioinformatics, small noncoding RNAs, and RNomics. Special attention is given to methods for the identification and characterization of small RNAs involved in RNA interference or modification. Readily reproducible protocols for discovering new genes or altering gene expression.
- Filename: rna-interference-technology.
- ISBN: 1139442651
- Release Date: 2005-01-17
- Number of pages:
- Author: Krishnarao Appasani
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
RNA Interference (RNAi) technology has rapidly become one of the key methods used in functional genomics. RNAi is used to block the expression of genes and create phenotypes that can potentially yield clues about the function of these genes. In the postgenomic era, the elucidation of the physiological function of genes has become the rate-limiting step in the quest to develop 'gene-based drugs' and RNAi could potentially play a pivotal role in the validation of such novel drugs. In this 2005 overview, the basic concepts and applications of RNAi biology are discussed. Leading experts from both academia and industry have contributed to this invaluable reference. The volume is forwarded by Andrew Fire, one of the winners of the 2006 Nobel Prize for the discovery of RNA Interference.
- Filename: microrna-interference-technologies.
- ISBN: 364200489X
- Release Date: 2009-06-11
- Number of pages: 194
- Author: Zhiguo Wang
- Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
MicroRNAs (miRNAs), endogenous noncoding regulatory mRNAs of around 22-nucleotides long, have rapidly emerged as one of the key governors of the gene expression regulatory program in cells of varying species, with ever-increasing implications in the control of the fundamental biological processes and in the pathogenesis of adult humans. The exciting findings in this field have inspired us with a premise and a promise that miRNAs will ultimately be taken to the heart for therapy of human disease. While miRNAs have been considered potential therapeutic targets for disease treatment, it remains obscured what strategies we can use to achieve the goal. In the past years, we have witnessed a rapid evolving of many creative, innovative, inventive strategies and methodologies pertinent to miRNA research and applications. These technologies have convincingly demonstrated their efficacy and reliability in producing gain-of-function or loss-of-function of miRNAs through targeting miRNA expression/biogenesis/function, providing new tools for elucidating miRNA functions and opening up a new avenue for the development of new agents targeting miRNAs for therapeutic aims. The present book provides comprehensive descriptions of these technologies and their applications to miRNA research and to new drug design for miRNA-related diseases. It starts with an overview of up-to-date knowledge of miRNA biology and the potential of miRNAs as therapeutic targets for human disease, followed by an introduction of the new concept of miRNA interference (miRNAi) and the perspectives of miRNAi technologies in general terms. In the following, each chapter introduces one of the miRNAi technologies with detailed descriptions of state-of-the-art design, procedures, principles and applications to basic research, R and D and clinical therapy.