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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The aim of this research is to pave the way towards quantum control of such qubits by developing devices and techniques for observing anyons that emerge from the collective motion of electrons in a two-dimensional gas in contact with a superconductor.
The team had predicted that quasiparticles in the material -- described by the collective motion of electrons -- emerge like massless electrons and should behave like slowed, 3D particles of light, with definite handedness or chirality traits unlike in topological insulators or graphene.
Members of the same group are in the same direction, and the formation of the standard collective motion. Tracklets that do not belong to any group are descanted as outliers.
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My background is in modeling and engineering mechanical and biological systems, including robotics, collective motion, fermentation ecology, and now plant production.
It's the first time someone's been able to use collective motion of electrons, known as plasmon, to induce a stable magnetization within such a non-magnetic semiconductor material."
Davis, "Collective motion, sensor networks, and ocean sampling," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.
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.
In this model, the collective motion is assumed to obey the hydrodynamic model which integrates the features of Landau and Hwa-Bjorken theory.
In order to create enhanced spin currents, the researchers used the collective motion of spins called spin waves (the wave property of spins).
* "Collective Motion and Sensing Networks in Nature and Robotics," a Lecture at University of California, Berkeley's Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society.
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.

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