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unitary

of or relating to a system of government in which all governing authority is held by the central government
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Therefore, Unitarity in orthodox quantum mechanics (QM).
According to the unitarity of the scattering matrix S, considering the insert loss requirement of [S.sub.21] [greater than or equal to] 0.944, it can be derived as follows:
and the transition amplitudes not listed above are filled in to satisfy unitarity. [M.sub.m] begins computation at the |[q.sub.0])-axis, and performs a rotation by angle [pi]/m in the |[q.sub.0])-|[q.sub.1]) plane for each a it reads.
A framework that preserves privacy and reduces data size by using the unitarity and energy compaction property of Fourier transforms, yet preserving Euclidean distances was presented by Shibnath Mukherjee et al.
Apple, having been hindered by China's long-standing ban on Wi-Fi in handsets for long time, is finally able to enter the long-anticipated massive Chinese market, with products unitarity all around the world with WAPI.
Consequently, by the unitarity of the Fourier transform and by dominated convergence using the bound given in Eq.
At present, one main issue in neutron decay work is the unitarity of Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa quark-mixing.
And (b) when we quantize a gauge theory, gauge fixing leads to a new sort of gauge freedom associated with the requirement of preserving unitarity. This is a rigid fermionic symmetry involving so-called ghost fields, known as the BRST symmetry after its discoverers, Becchi, Rouet, Stora, and Tyutin.
(3) It can be shown, using the unitarity of [pi][upsilon] that [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is an entire function which has no zeros for [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
Map [phi] is said to satisfy the unitarity condition if every eigenprojector P of [C.sub.[phi]] satisfies the condition that (id [cross product] tr)(P) is proportional to the identity operator [I.sub.n].

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