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Noorul Shaiful Fitri Abdul Rahman, Zouhaier Slimi, Khalid Al-Qasmi, Ashwaq Al-Radni, Fawaz Al-Zadjali, Omar Al-Ghefeili, Obaid Al-Kaabi
Abstract: Up to the end of 2019, Oman has a population of total 4,601,706 of people, based on world meters’ elaboration of the latest United Nation data. However, the inefficient intercity public transport service in Oman has been raised by the local recently. Consequently, the main objective of the study is to conduct the empirical [...] Read more.
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Atsushi Makino
Abstract: Relevant to the activation of solid fuel particles, critical condition for the mass burning rate constant, above which particle combustion can successfully be accomplished has been obtained. Use has been made of the asymptotics, with focusing on the temporal variation of the particle temperature in the plateau stage. It h [...] Read more.
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Konstantin Smirnov, Alexander Nazarov, Alexander Engalychev
Abstract: The integration level of modern VLSI allows developers to place an entire digital device on a chip (System-oт-Chip technology), which dramatically increases the amount of data on testing such VLSI. The most alarming situation is observed when testing VLSI memory, which is both an independent VLSI and one of the main blocks [...] Read more.
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Alexander G. Reznikov, Olga V. Sachynska, Lyubov I. Polyakova, Oksana A. Faliush, Alexander V. Yanishevskiy
Abstract: Aim.Study of the reproductive organs at long-term administration of letrozole, the steroid aromatase inhibitor, followed by its withdrawal in young male rats and ones with age-related involution of reproductive organs.Material and methods. The experiments were carried out on Wistar rats with an initial age of 5 months and [...] Read more.
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SYLLA D., BA T., SARR O, SAGNA M. B., SARR M. A., GUISSE A.
Abstract: Aim : This study focuses on the spatio-temporal dynamics of the ecosystems between 1965 to 2017.
Location : sylvopastoral reserve of the six Ferlo boreholes in Senegal
Methods : The methodological approach consists in delineating and mapping land cover in the reserve, in 1965 and 2017 and, analyzing changes during t [...] Read more.
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Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores
Abstract: Abstract: New expressions in terms of the proton charge radius are derived for the Sommerfeld or fine-structure constant, the proton to electron mass ratio and the elementary particles Wirkungsquanta. Through the derivation of these expressions, it was found that a small correction factor was needed to be applied on the cur [...] Read more.
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Lei Qiang
Abstract: Interface defect states of polycrystalline silicon thin-film transistors (poly-Si TFTs) play important role in the degradation of subthreshold characteristics. In this paper, an investigation of interface states is taken on, results show that both the threshold voltage and the difference between the threshold vo [...] Read more.
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Kodkin Vladimir
Abstract: The paper presents the results of experimental studies that suggest the existence of cause-effect relationships between the process of changing the level of human blood glucose and its electrocardiograms (ECG)
During the studies, the ECG of several people of different ages and physical conditions was recorded simultaneo [...] Read more.
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Eduardo Mejia, Eric F. Reichman
Abstract: An orbital compartment syndrome is an ophthalmic emergency characterized by an acute rise in orbital pressure that can cause damage to ocular and intraorbital structures. It can result in irreversible blindness if not reversed quickly. Decompression via a lateral canthotomy and cantholysis is often required as a quick metho [...] Read more.
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