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    1. Schmid, H
      An 8.25-MHz 7th-order Bessel filter built with single-amplifier biquadratic MOSFET-C filters

      ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
    2. Gao, YZ; Kan, H; Gao, FS; Gong, XY; Yamaguchi, T
      Improved purity of long-wavelength InAsSb epilayers grown by melt epitaxy in fused silica boats

      JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH
    3. Alexandre, R; Villani, C
      On the Boltzmann equation for long-range interactions

      COMMUNICATIONS ON PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
    4. Heather, N; Raistrick, D; Tober, G; Godfrey, C; Parrott, S
      Leeds dependence questionnaire: New data from a large sample of clinic attenders

      ADDICTION RESEARCH & THEORY
    5. Lin, SL; Li, LW; Yeo, TS; Leong, MS
      Cutoff wavenumbers in truncated waveguides

      IEEE MICROWAVE AND WIRELESS COMPONENTS LETTERS
    6. Benkovitz, CM; Miller, MA; Schwartz, SE; Kwon, OU
      Dynamical influences on the distribution and loading of SO2 and sulfate over North America, the North Atlantic, and Europe in April 1987

      GEOCHEMISTRY GEOPHYSICS GEOSYSTEMS
    7. Symonds, I
      Ultrasound, hysteroscopy and endometrial biopsy in the investigation of endometrial cancer

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH IN CLINICAL OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
    8. Ho, J; Neufeld, RJ
      Retention and release of low molecular weight DNA from alginate beads

      STP PHARMA SCIENCES
    9. Catalano, O
      Extreme Universe Space Observatory-EUSO: an innovative project for the detection of extreme energy cosmic rays and neutrinos

      NUOVO CIMENTO DELLA SOCIETA ITALIANA DI FISICA C-GEOPHYSICS AND SPACE PHYSICS
    10. Hudak, PF
      Locating groundwater monitoring wells near cutoff walls

      ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    11. Uryson, AV
      Identification of sources of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays

      ASTRONOMY REPORTS
    12. Khlebtsov, NG; Bogatyrev, VA
      Structural anisotropy of fractal aggregates and its exhibition in electrooptical effects

      COLLOID JOURNAL
    13. Kurokawa, K; Hirota, O
      Properties of quantum reliability function and its applications to severalquantum signals

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART III-FUNDAMENTAL ELECTRONIC SCIENCE
    14. Bertin, F; Campistron, B; Caccia, JL; Wilson, R
      Mixing processes in a tropopause folding observed by a network of ST radarand lidar

      ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE
    15. Cabrera, EF; Raju, NS
      Utility analysis: Current trends and future directions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SELECTION AND ASSESSMENT
    16. Zavrtanik, D
      Ultra high-energy cosmic rays - experimental status

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICS G-NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
    17. Carballeira, C; Ramallo, MV; Vidal, F
      Fluctuation induced diamagnetism versus paraconductivity at high-reduced-temperatures in layered superconductors

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER
    18. Ziaeepour, H
      Searching the footprint of WIMPZILLAs

      ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS
    19. Blanton, M; Blasi, P; Olinto, AV
      The Greisen-Zatzepin-Kuzmin feature in our neighborhood of the universe

      ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS
    20. Sommers, P
      Cosmic ray anisotropy analysis with a full-sky observatory

      ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS
    21. Cronin, JW
      Ultra high energy cosmic rays

      NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS
    22. Olinto, AV
      The origin of ultra-high energy cosmic ray: New physics and astrophysics.

      NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS
    23. Weiler, TJ
      Puzzles, models, and neutrinos in extreme-energy cosmic rays

      NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS
    24. Endoh, A; Yamashita, Y; Higashiwaki, M; Hikosaka, K; Mimura, T; Hiyamizu, S; Matsui, A
      High RF performance of 50-nm-gate lattice-matched InAlAs/InGaAs HEMTs

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRONICS
    25. Sakakibara, K; Yamakita, J
      On the stability of slow-frequency-hopped slotted ALOHA systems with retransmission cutoff

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES
    26. Sarkar, BC; Choudhury, PK; Yoshino, T
      On the analysis of a weakly guiding doubly clad dielectric optical fiber with an annular core

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    27. Singh, A; Bose, S; Gupta, M; Gupta, RS
      Admittance parameter and unilateral power-gain evaluation of GaN MESFET for microwave circuit applications

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    28. Singh, V; Prasad, B; Ojha, SP
      Effect of axial sinusoidal size variation on the modal characteristics of an annular optical fiber

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    29. Klymyshyn, DM; Qiu, D; Pramanick, P
      Cross-ridge trough rectangular waveguide

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    30. Choudhury, PK
      Propagation of power through highly bent parabolic cylindrical waveguides

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    31. Choudhury, PK; Lessard, RA
      An estimation of power transmission through a doubly clad optical fiber with an annular core

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    32. Joshi, M; Singh, V; Prasad, B; Ojha, SP
      An analytical study of the cutoff conditions and dispersion curves of an optical fiber with a core slightly flattened on one side

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    33. Jogi, J; Sen, S; Gupta, M; Gupta, RS
      Carrier-concentration-dependent low-filed-mobility model for InAlAs/InGaAs/InP lattice-matched HEMT for microwave application

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    34. Pandey, PC; Ojha, SP
      Compensating and equivalence properties of optical waveguides with a linear and sinusoidal variation of the core refractive index and core size alongthe propagation direction

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    35. Pandey, PC; Ojha, SP
      Effect of axial linear and sinusoidal variation of the core refractive index on the propagation of some low-order modes in an optical fiber

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    36. Zheng, QH; Yi, JD; Zeng, H; Xie, FY; Ma, L
      Application of the multipole theory method to the analysis of waveguides with sharp metal edges

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    37. Verma, CBP; Singh, UK; Singh, ON
      Modal characteristics of an annular waveguide of constant radial width having elliptical boundaries

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    38. Singh, V; Prasad, B; Ojha, SP
      Modal analysis and dispersion curves of an annular waveguide having a guiding-region cross section bounded by two lemniscates of Bernoulli

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    39. Ha, AY
      Supplier-buyer contracting: Asymmetric cost information and cutoff level policy for buyer participation

      NAVAL RESEARCH LOGISTICS
    40. Van Hout, H; Teunisse, S; Derix, M; Poels, P; Kuin, Y; Vernooij-Dassen, M; Grol, R; Hoefnagels, W
      CAMDEX, can it be more efficient? Observational study on the contribution of four screening measures to the diagnosis of dementia by a memory clinic team

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    41. Fu, Y
      Boundary conditions of continuum states in characterizing photocurrent of GaAs/AlGaAs quantum well infrared photodetector

      SUPERLATTICES AND MICROSTRUCTURES
    42. Bruskin, LG; Mase, A; Yamamoto, A; Kogi, Y
      Analytical study of ultra-short pulse reflectometry

      PLASMA PHYSICS AND CONTROLLED FUSION
    43. Rohner, M; Willen, B; Jackel, H
      Velocity-modulation and transit-time effects in InP/InGaAs HBTs

      IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS
    44. Yamashita, Y; Endoh, A; Shinohara, K; Higashiwaki, M; Hikosaka, K; Mimura, T; Hiyamizu, S; Matsui, T
      Ultra-short 25-nm-gate lattice-matched InAlAs/InGaAs HEMTs within the range of 400 GHz cutoff frequency

      IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS
    45. Shinohara, K; Yamashita, Y; Endoh, A; Hikosaka, K; Matsui, T; Mimura, T; Hiyamizu, S
      Ultrahigh-speed pseudomorphic InGaAs/InAlAs HEMTs with 400-GHz cutoff frequency

      IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS
    46. Su, JG; Hsu, HM; Wong, SC; Chang, CY; Huang, TY; Sun, JYC
      Improving the RF performance of 0.18 mu m CMOS with deep n-well implantation

      IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS
    47. Copeland, J; Swift, W; Roffman, R; Stephens, R
      A randomized controlled trial of brief cognitive-behavioral interventions for cannabis use disorder

      JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
    48. Copeland, J; Swift, W; Rees, V
      Clinical profile of participants in a brief intervention program for cannabis use disorder

      JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
    49. Litim, DF
      Optimized renormalization group flows - art. no. 105007

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    50. Mazza, M; Zappala, D
      Proper time regulator and renormalization group flow - art. no. 105013

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    51. Engel, R; Seckel, D; Stanev, T
      Neutrinos from propagation of ultrahigh energy protons - art. no. 093010

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    52. Gorbunov, DS; Raffelt, GG; Semikoz, DV
      Axionlike particles as ultrahigh energy cosmic rays? art. no. 096005

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    53. Goldberg, H; Weiler, TJ
      Directional clustering in highest energy cosmic rays - art. no. 056008

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    54. Postma, M
      Neutrinos as a signature of ultrahigh energy photons at high redshift - art. no. 023001

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    55. Bahcall, J; Waxman, E
      High energy astrophysical neutrinos: The upper bound is robust - art. no. 023002

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    56. Pas, H; Weiler, TJ
      Absolute neutrino mass determination - art. no. 113015

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    57. Sigl, G; Torres, DF; Anchordoqui, LA; Romero, GE
      Testing the correlation of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays with high redshiftsources - art. no. 081302

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    58. Tyler, C; Olinto, AV; Sigl, G
      Cosmic neutrinos and new physics beyond the electroweak scale - art. no. 055001

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    59. Goyal, A; Gupta, A; Mahajan, N
      Neutrinos as the source of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays in extra dimensions - art. no. 043003

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    60. Alvarez-Muniz, J; Halzen, F
      10(20) eV cosmic-ray and particle physics with kilometer-scale neutrino telescopes - art. no. 037302

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    61. Fodor, Z; Katz, SD
      Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays from compact sources - art. no. 023002

      PHYSICAL REVIEW D
    62. da Silva, JC; Neto, AM; Placido, HQ; Revzen, M; Santana, AE
      Casimir effect for conducting and permeable plates at finite temperature

      PHYSICA A
    63. Teshima, M
      The highest energy cosmic rays

      PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT
    64. Hagiwara, K; Uehara, Y
      Ultra high energy cosmic ray, superheavy dark matter and extra dimension

      PHYSICS LETTERS B
    65. Litim, DF; Pawlowski, JM
      Predictive power of renormalisation group flows: a comparison

      PHYSICS LETTERS B
    66. McDonald, J
      Non-thermal dark matter, high energy cosmic rays and late-decaying particles from inflationary quantum fluctuations

      PHYSICS LETTERS B
    67. Ng, YJ; Lee, DS; Oh, MC; van Dam, H
      Energy-momentum uncertainties as possible origin of threshold anomalies inUHECR and TeV-gamma events

      PHYSICS LETTERS B
    68. Bonanno, A; Zappala, D
      Towards an accurate determination of the critical exponents with the renormalization group flow equations

      PHYSICS LETTERS B
    69. Igarashi, T; Tobe, T; Kuramochi, H; Akakura, K; Ichikawa, T; Hamano, S; Suzuki, N; Furuya, Y; Ito, H
      Serum immunosuppressive acidic protein as a potent prognostic factor for patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    70. Mosqueira, J; Carballeira, C; Ramallo, MV; Torron, C; Veira, JA; Vidal, F
      Fluctuation-induced diamagnetism at high reduced temperatures in YBa2Cu3O7-delta superconductors

      EUROPHYSICS LETTERS
    71. Zhu, JY; Yang, ZR
      High-temperature cutoff approximation of the 3D kinetic Ising model

      COMMUNICATIONS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS
    72. Fournier, N
      Strict positivity of the solution to a 2-dimensional spatially homogeneousBoltzmann equation without cutoff

      ANNALES DE L INSTITUT HENRI POINCARE-PROBABILITES ET STATISTIQUES
    73. Bohr, O; Schaefer, BJ; Wambach, J
      Renormalization group flow equations and the phase transition in O(N)-models

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A
    74. Anchordoqui, LA; Goldberg, H; Reucroft, S; Swain, J; Remero, GE; Torres, DF
      The mysterious ultrahigh energy cosmic ray clustering

      MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A
    75. Heller, E; Jain, F
      Performance of 30 nm gate length InAlAs-InGaAs MODFETs: Comparison of conventional and asymmetric coupled-well transport channel configurations

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFRARED AND MILLIMETER WAVES
    76. Mills, HH; Mills, RT
      Evolution of undercut slopes on abandoned incised meanders in the Eastern Highland Rim of Tennessee, USA

      GEOMORPHOLOGY
    77. Silva, E; Sarti, S; Fastampa, R; Giura, M
      Excess conductivity of overdoped Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x crystals well above T-c -art. no. 144508

      PHYSICAL REVIEW B
    78. Carballeira, C; Curras, SR; Vina, J; Veira, JA; Ramallo, MV; Vidal, F
      Paraconductivity at high reduced temperatures in YBa2Cu3O7-delta superconductors - art. no. 144515

      PHYSICAL REVIEW B
    79. Oliver, RM; Wells, E
      Efficient frontier cutoff policies in credit portfolios

      JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY
    80. Hirokawa, M
      Remarks on the ground state energy of the spin-boson model. An applicationof the Wigner-Weisskopf model

      REVIEWS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
    81. Shellard, RC
      Cosmic accelerators and terrestrial detectors

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
    82. Dhar, V; Gopal, V
      Infrared detector performance in an area array

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    83. Bystrom, M; Modestino, JW
      A general scheme for spectral efficiency evaluation of direct-sequence spread-spectrum systems

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS
    84. Sigl, G
      Ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays: Physics and astrophysics at extreme energies

      SCIENCE
    85. Bruskin, LG; Mase, A
      Analytical simulation of microwave reflectometry of a plasma cylinder

      REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
    86. Anchordoqui, LA; Goldberg, H; Weiler, TJ
      Auger test of the Cen A model of highest energy cosmic rays - art. no. 081101

      PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
    87. Kusenko, A; Postma, M
      Neutrinos produced by ultrahigh-energy photons at high redshift

      PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
    88. Litwin, C; Rosner, R
      Plasmoid impacts on neutron stars and highest energy cosmic rays

      PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
    89. Fodor, Z; Katz, SD
      Grand unification signal from ultrahigh energy cosmic rays?

      PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
    90. Van der Kamp, HJ; Noordam, K; Elvers, B; Van Baarle, M; Otten, BJ; Verkerk, PH
      Newborn screening for congenital adrenal hyperplasia in the Netherlands

      PEDIATRICS
    91. Choudhury, PK; Lessard, RA
      Parabolic cylindrical waveguides: revisited

      OPTIK
    92. Verma, CBP; Singh, UK; Singh, VB; Singh, ON
      Confocal and concentric annular elliptic light guides and their modal characteristics

      OPTIK
    93. Fournier, N; Meleard, S
      A Markov process associated with a Boltzmann equation without cutoff and for non-Maxwell molecules

      JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
    94. Bhattacharjee, S; Amemiya, H; Yano, Y
      Plasma buildup by short-pulse high-power microwaves

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS
    95. Tinyakov, PG; Tkachev, II
      Correlation function of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays favors point sources

      JETP LETTERS
    96. Kusenko, A; Kuzmin, VA
      Possible galactic sources of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and a strategy for their detection via gravitational lensing

      JETP LETTERS
    97. Antonov, EE; Dedenko, LG; Kirillov, AA; Roganova, TM; Fedorova, GF; Fedunin, EY
      Test of Lorentz invariance through observation of the longitudinal development of ultrahigh-energy extensive air showers

      JETP LETTERS
    98. Ederra, I; Ayza, MS; Thumm, M; Katsenelenbaum, BZ
      Comparative analysis of mode reflection and transmission in presence of a cutoff cross section of nonuniform waveguide by using the cross section andthe mode-matching and generalized scattering-matrix methods

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    99. Chen, PN; Alajaji, F
      Csiszar's cutoff rates for arbitrary discrete sources

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY
    100. Momose, HS; Morifuji, E; Yoshitomi, T; Ohguro, T; Saito, M; Iwai, H
      Cutoff frequency and propagation delay time of 1.5-nm gate oxide CMOS

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES


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