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  • ...problems]] of [[statistical mechanics]] and their application to [[Quantum mechanics|quantum theory]], an explanation of the [[Brownian motion|Brownian movement ...uation, Einstein could not find a teaching post. After almost two years of searching, a former classmate's father helped him get a job in [[Bern]], at the Fe
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  • ...hemist]] noted for his contributions to physical chemistry and statistical mechanics. He introduced the "phase rule," which predicts the number of phases that a ...ically. It is a generalization from an ensemble of molecules in a gas, the statistical treatment of which formed the material for the kinetic theory of gases.
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  • ...her scientists extended his work to express what became known as [[quantum mechanics]]. His personal life, however, was clouded with bouts of [[depression]] and ===Early research===
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  • | known_for = [[Planck's constant]], [[Quantum mechanics|quantum theory]] ...e the foundation of a new way of looking at the world, called '''[[Quantum mechanics|quantum theory]].'''
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  • ...is applied the [[principle of stationary action]] to problems of [[quantum mechanics]], laying the ground work for the "path integral" approach and Feynman diag While researching his Ph.D., Feynman married his first wife, [[Arline Greenbaum]]. (Arline
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  • ...nity. He continued to find support from the U.S. government and military research establishment. He was a co-founder of [[Lawrence Livermore National Laborat ...uclear physics.<ref>People Archive, [http://www.peoplesarchive.com/search/?searchterms=Placzek&storyId=4424 Interview with Edward Teller, part 40.] Retrieved
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  • ...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref> More modern and precise research by [[Edward O. Laumann]], reported in ''Sex in America: A definitive survey
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  • ...w.ultralingua.net/index.html?action=define&nv=0&text=mathematicus&service=&searchtype=stemmed&service=latin2english Definition of “mathematicus.”] Retrie ...ition as it has failed empirical tests in controlled studies.<ref> WordNet Search 3.0, [http://wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=astrology Definition of “
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  • ...article.cfm?chanID=sa006&articleID=00008965-AF27-1E41-89E0809EC588EEDF The Search for Dark Matter]. ''Scientific American''. Retrieved November 30, 2007.</re ...alaxy cluster 1E 0657-56]. arXiv.org. Retrieved November 30, 2007.</ref> Researchers analyzed the effects of gravitational lensing to determine total mass di
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  • ...rt of the [[surface Web]], which is [[index (search engine)|indexed]] by [[search engine]]s. It is estimated that the deep Web is several [[order of magnitud ... with one search query. They are hoping to have one search engine that can search and retrieve all available information sources to each library, that includ
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  • ...calculators support [[trigonometric function|trigonometric]], [[statistics|statistical]], and other [[list of functions|mathematical functions]]. The most advance ... the [[List of Google products#calculator|calculator feature of the Google search engine]] can perform calculations [[server-side]].
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  • ...en, Willem J. 1950. [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1950AJ.....55...86L The search for white dwarfs.] ''Astronomical Journal.'' 55(1183):86&ndash;89. Retrieve ... obey [[Fermi-Dirac statistics]], also introduced in 1926 to determine the statistical distribution of particles which satisfy the Pauli exclusion principle.<ref>
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  • ...umann was a pioneer of the application of [[operator theory]] to [[quantum mechanics]] (''see'' [[von Neumann algebra]]), a member of the [[Manhattan Project]] ==Quantum mechanics==
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  • ...ns in Pakistan], ''[[United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees|UNHCR]] Statistical Summary Report''. retrieved 10 October 2006</ref>}} ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006
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  • ...ty model is thus to define the dimensions of personality. The [[statistics|statistical]] technique of factor analysis is a primary tool of theorists composing fac Some psychologists take a biological view of personality and research [[temperament]]s in children and heritability in adult twins, hoping is to
    35 KB (5,124 words) - 17:57, 13 February 2019
  • ...d and evaluated, including: Evaluation of the productivity of scientific research groups and projects by administrators and funding sources; evaluation of Un ...journal]]s and [[research]] groups. For example, a sponsor of scientific research might wish to compare the results to assess the productivity of its project
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  • ...services and other industries as well. Similar fields include operations research, systems engineering, ergonomics, process engineering and quality engineeri ...ng throughout for the most profitable products. This requires knowledge of statistical analysis and queuing theory, and of facilities positional layout.
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  • ...[surgery]], [[chemotherapy]], and [[radiation therapy|radiotherapy]]. As research develops, treatments are becoming more specific for different varieties of ...compiling patient data into hospital files, which in turn led to the first statistical patient studies.
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  • ...these are typically available only by subscription (which most astronomy research facilities have). ...ays or weeks can now be carried out in seconds via the sophisticated ADS [[search engine]]. Studies have found that the benefit to astronomy of the ADS is eq
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  • ...ing through development of [[World War I]] military aircraft. Meanwhile, research to provide fundamental background science continued by combining [[theoreti ...the rise of [[computer]] technology, the first [[Search engine (computing)|search engine]] was built by [[computer engineer]] [[Alan Emtage]].
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