collective motion

collective motion

[kə′lek·tiv ′mō·shən]
(nuclear physics)
Motion of nucleons in a nucleus correlated so that their overall space pattern is essentially constant or undergoes changes which are slow compared to the motions of individual nucleons.
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Tenders are invited for collective motion mini mobile stool with backrest circular chair has 8" high backrest and five non-locking casters appropriate to the flooring.
In a collective motion, the city council here opposed, on Tuesday, President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to postpone the the barangay elections this year and appoint punong barangay (barangay or village chairmen) on the basis of information that 40 percent of them have been found involved in illegal drugs.
Take for instance the proteins in your muscles: At each contraction stimulated by the brain, an uncountable number of proteins change their structures to create the collective motion of the contraction.
In order to create enhanced spin currents, the researchers used the collective motion of spins called spin waves (the wave property of spins).
We could turn it around, reverse engineer these rules to create collective motion patterns for mobile sensor networks that were consistent with the part of the ocean I wanted to measure.
Contributors from computer science and other technical fields and from medical and biological sciences consider such topics are methods and experiences of monitoring pedestrian behavior, classifying collective motion, the praxis of cognitive assistance in smart homes, learning about preferences and common behavior of the user in an intelligent environment, and ambient spatial intelligence.
It seems to me, that the analogous behavior of liquids in these states finds its explanation in the correspondence of the collective motion of the molecules, which one names the similarity of motions.
The diversification of political interests, the intransparent product interrelationships, however, far too often lead to an evaporation of the collective motion, of the rising up of individually aware citizens.
With the aid of terahertz radiation, the collective motion of water molecules and proteins can be recorded.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A group of scientists seeking the answer to the mystery of collective motion found strong evidence pointing to the idea that collective behavior can arise in cells that initially may not be moving at all.
These results are in accord with recent theory (35) predicting that collective motion on chain loops extended to the sample surface is responsible for a rapid increase of chain mobility near the surface region of the film (top [approximately equal to]5 nm).
Although scientists have looked at the static properties of what they call polymer brushes-measuring their density, for example-this new technique is "definitely one of the first" ways to study their collective motion, says Anna C.

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