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Dirac

Paul Adrien Maurice. 1902--84, English physicist, noted for his work on the application of relativity to quantum mechanics and his prediction of electron spin and the positron: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1933
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Rockenbauer's brilliant paper on the extended dirac equation for elementary fermions is a great contribution in the sphere of physics.
is the 4 x 1 Dirac [6,7] four component wavefunction and [[psi].sub.L] and [[psi].sub.R] are the Dirac [6,7] bispinors that are defined such that:
The Three-Dimensional Dirac Equation for a Free Structure
In this section, we present a very brief review of the quantum treatment of the Dirac field in the unit three-sphere S3, following [2, 9].
Caption: Figure 6: Normalized percent change in current at the same concentration values (20 f L) for all target and nontarget proteins at the Dirac point.
Agranovich, Spectral problems for the Dirac system with spectral parameter in local boundary conditions, Functional Analysis and Applications, 35(3):161-175, 2001.
Nonlinear Dirac Equation and Its Two Exact Solutions
This evidence suggests the importance of the DIRAC component for EEG signals, which was not equivalent to the noise, or rather carrying some information.
Then, normalized systems for wave operators, Dunkl operators, super Dirac operators are obtained (see [20,22,27]).
En rigor, mi argumentacion quedara cenida al establecimiento de dos tesis especificas: (1) la reconstruccion racional de la cosmologia newtoniana, lo mismo que la reconstruccion racional de la oceanografia descriptiva, no exigen adoptar presupuestos genuinamente contradictorios; (2) las inconsistencias presentes en el calculo temprano y en la teoria cuantica de Dirac fueron expresamente adoptadas como presupuestos metodologicamente provisorios para el tratamiento de problemas fisico-matematicos novedosos sumamente complejos.