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Spoof surface plasmon

Spoof surface plasmons, also known as spoof surface plasmon polaritons, are surface electromagnetic waves in microwave and terahertz regimes that propagate along planar interfaces with sign-changing permittivities. Spoof surface plasmons are a ty ...

Theta function (disambiguation)

Theta function of a lattice, Θ Λ τ {\displaystyle \Theta _{\Lambda }\tau}, a holomorphic function on the upper half-plane q -theta function, θ z ; q {\displaystyle \theta z;q}, a type of q-series Neville theta functions Ramanujan theta function, ...

Literal Standard Version

The Literal Standard Version is a Modern English translation of the protocanonical books of the Holy Bible with a number of distinctive features. The first edition was published on February 2, 2020.

Weyl integration formula

In mathematics, the Weyl integration formula, introduced by Hermann Weyl, is an integration formula for a compact connected Lie group G in terms of a maximal torus T. Precisely, it says there exists a real-valued continuous function u on T such t ...

Janson inequality

In the mathematical theory of probability, Jansons inequality is a collection of related inequalities giving an exponential bound on the probability of many related events happening simultaneously by their pairwise dependence. Informally Jansons ...

Ter-Antonyan function

The Ter-Antonyan function parameterizes the energy spectra of primary cosmic rays in the "knee" region by the continuously differentiable function of energy E {\displaystyle E} taking into account the rate of change of spectral slope. The functio ...

ODE

ODE may refer to: Ohio Department of Education, the state education agency of Ohio Oxford Dictionary of English, a 1998 English language dictionary Omicron Delta Epsilon, an international honor society in the field of economics Apache ODE, a web- ...

SDT

SDT may refer to be: Scheduled downtime Scottish Dance Theatre Signal detection theory Step-down transformer Social dominance theory Sun dried tomatoes Second demographic transition Specially Designated Terrorist Sigma Delta Tau Service Descripti ...

Delta Upsilon Fraternity House

Delta Upsilon Fraternity House may refer to: Delta Upsilon Fraternity House London, Ontario, the location of Canadas Worst Handyman 5 Delta Upsilon Chapter House Ames, Iowa, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Story County, Iowa ...

Mercedes Allison Bates

Mercedes Allison Bates was an American magazine editor and businesswoman who was most famous for her involvement in General Mills, specifically as the director of the Betty Crocker division. Bates was born in Portland, Oregon in September 1915. s ...

Todd House

Todd House or Todd Farm or Todd Farmhouse or variations may refer to: Todd Farm North Smithfield, Rhode Island, listed on the NRHP in Rhode Island William Lytle Todd House, Lexington, KY, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Mary Todd Lincoln House, Le ...

Patterson House

Patterson House, or Patterson Farmhouse or Patterson Farm may refer to: Neville-Patterson-Lamkin House, Arlington, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Lapham-Patterson House, Thomasville, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Georgia George Washing ...

Smith Farm

Smith Farm or Smith Farmhouse or variations may refer to: Peter Smith Farm–Donation Land Claim, Parkland, Washington, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Pierce County, Washington Smith Farm Plainfield, Indiana, listed on the Na ...

Cole House

Cole House may refer to: Cole House or Cole Farm or variations may refer to: in the United States by state then town or city James Omar Cole House, Peru, Indiana, NRHP-listed Cole-Hatcher-Hampton Wholesale Grocers, Columbus, Georgia, listed on th ...

Fox House

sorted by state, then city/town John Fox Jr. House, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Wise County, Virginia Warren Fox Building, Lowell, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Fox–Pope Farm, Welshfield, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Geauga County, ...

Davis Farm

Davis Farm or Davis Farmstead or Davis Barn may refer to: in the United States by state Davis Barn Pleasant Grove, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Stone County, Arkansas Cyrus Davis-Davis Brothers Farmhouse, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, listed on ...

Armstrong House

Armstrong House, Armstrong Farm, or variations, may refer to: Armstrong Farm, near Upper Sandusky, Ohio Armstrong-Adams House, Salado, Texas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places Francis Armstrong House, Salt Lake City, Utah Residen ...

John Brown House

John Brown House, or John Brown Farmhouse or variations, may refer to: in the United States by state John Brown Cabin, Osawatomie, Kansas John Brown House, a historic house property owned by the Summit County Historical Society of Akron, Ohio Joh ...

Johnson Farm

Johnson Farm may refer to: in the United States by state then town Johnson Farm Lake Ray Roberts, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Denton County Johnson Farm Kipling, North Carolina, NRHP-listed Quet Johnson Farm, Richfield, Idaho, listed on the NRHP ...

Sherman House

Sherman House or Sherman Farm may refer to: David Sherman House, Woodbury, Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Jones–Sherman House, Salem, Oregon, listed on the NRHP in Oregon Byron R. Sherman House, White Sulphur ...

LSU (disambiguation)

Loughborough Students Union, the students union for Loughborough, Leicestershire, United Kingdom La Sierra University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Riverside, California, United States La Sainte Union College of Higher Education, teacher ...

Odd Fellows Building

Odd Fellows Building may refer to: in the United States Odd Fellows Building Malden, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Odd Fellows Building Inez, Kentucky Odd Fellows Building Casper, Wyoming, NRHP-listed Odd Fellows Building Portland, Oregon, NRHP-list ...

Odd Fellows Cemetery

Odd Fellows Cemetery may refer to: Odd Fellows and Confederate Cemetery, Grenada, Mississippi, NRHP-listed, in Grenada County IOOF Cemetery Georgetown, Texas Odd Fellows Cemetery Los Angeles, California Odd Fellows Cemetery Starkville, Mississipp ...

Adams Building

Adams Building and variations may refer to In the United Kingdom Adams Building, Nottingham, UK In the United States Adams Cotton Gin Building, Columbus, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Muscogee County, Georgia Adams Memorial Building, Derry, New ...

Austin Hall

Austin City Hall Austin, Nevada, Austin, Nevada, listed on the NRHP in Nevada Austin Town Hall Austin Masonic and Odd Fellows Hall, Austin, Nevada, listed on the NRHP in Nevada Austin Scott Hall Rutgers Austin Hall Delaware, Ohio, listed on the N ...

Austin Building

Austin Building may refer to: Glidden-Austin Block, Newcastle, Maine, listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Lincoln County, Maine Austin City Hall, Austin, Nevada, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Nev ...

OPP

Orangi Pilot Project, a development project in slums of Karachi, Pakistan One Peoples Project, an anti racist group Ontario Provincial Police, the provincial police service of Ontario, Canada Open Prosthetics Project, a project dedicated to creat ...

Serres theorem on a semisimple Lie algebra

In abstract algebra, specifically the theory of Lie algebras, Serres theorem states: given a root system Φ {\displaystyle \Phi }, there exists a finite-dimensional semisimple Lie algebra whose root system is the given Φ {\displaystyle \Phi }.

PKT

PKT may refer to: Pakistan Standard Time, a time zone Bontang PKT, Indonesian football team PKT machine gun, PKT machine gun Procera Networks; American Stock Exchange symbol PKT Phi Kappa Tau, a collegiate fraternity Propadu Konair Tarahubun - PT ...

PTK

PTK may refer to: Post and Telecom of Kosovo Pairwise Transient Key, a key in the IEEE 802.11i WPA2 specification PTK Toolkit, a C++ toolkit for creating MacOS and Windows cross-platform games Phototherapeutic keratectomy, laser eye surgery Prote ...

Holt House

Holt-Frost House, Burlington, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Alamance County, North Carolina Holt–Peeler–Snow House, Macon, Georgia, NRHP-listed Flavius Holt House, Nashville, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Howard County, Arkansas Holt Fa ...

Lamb–Chaplygin dipole

The Lamb–Chaplygin dipole model is a mathematical description for a particular inviscid and steady dipolar vortex flow. It is a non-trivial solution to the two-dimensional Euler equations. The model is named after Horace Lamb and Sergey Alexeyevi ...

Haars tauberian theorem

In mathematical analysis, Haars tauberian theorem named after Alfred Haar, relates the asymptotic behaviour of a continuous function to properties of its Laplace transform. It is related to the integral formulation of the Hardy–Littlewood tauberi ...

Modes of variation

In statistics, modes of variation are a continuously indexed set of vectors or functions that are centered at a mean and are used to depict the variation in a population or sample. Typically, variation patterns in the data can be decomposed in de ...

SLG

The initials SLG or S.L.G. may refer to: Community of the Sisters of the Love of God, Anglican womens Community, with SLG Press as its publishing arm Slugging percentage, baseball statistic Proto SLG, paintball marker manufactured by DYE Precisio ...

Sigma Faye Coran

Rabbi Sigma Faye Coran was Senior Rabbi at Rockdale Temple, Amberley, Ohio. As such, she was the first woman to serve as the senior rabbi of a Cincinnati area congregation.

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford

High schools Notre Dame High School, West Haven East Catholic High School, Manchester Sacred Heart High School, Waterbury Sacred Heart Academy, Hamden Northwest Catholic High School, West Hartford St. Paul Catholic High School, Bristol Holy Cross ...

Gauss–Legendre quadrature

In numerical analysis, Gauss–Legendre quadrature is a form of Gaussian quadrature for approximating the definite integral of a function. For integrating over the interval, the rule takes the form: ∫ − 1 f x d x ≈ ∑ i = 1 n w i f x i {\displaystyl ...

32nd Brigade

32nd Brigade or 32nd Infantry Brigade may refer to: 32nd Marines Brigade Greece, a unit of the Greek Army 32nd Reinforced Brigade of the Armed People, an elite, special-forces unit of the Libyan military, often referred to as the "Khamis Brigade" ...

78th Division

In military terms, 78th Division or 78th Infantry Division may refer to: Infantry divisions 78th Infantry Division Germany, a unit of the German Army 78th Rifle Division Soviet Union, a unit of the Soviet Army 78th Division Peoples Republic of Ch ...

66th Division

In military terms, 66th Division or 66th Infantry Division may refer to: Infantry divisions 66th Infantry Division Bangladesh 66th 2nd East Lancashire Division, a unit of the British Army in the First World War 66th Division Imperial Japanese Arm ...

"Lotzen" Infantry Brigade (Wehrmacht)

"Lotzen" Infantry Brigade was created on 16 August 1939 on the basis of existing Landwehr regiment in eastern East Prussia in order to add flank protection for the 3rd Army in its invasion into Poland. The brigade was made up of two Landwehr regi ...

301st

301st may refer to: 301st Heavy Tank Battalion United States, the mechanized unit that conducted American tank combat in World War I 301st Fighter Squadron, a United States Air Force Reserve squadron 301st Bombardment Squadron, inactive United St ...

8th Division

8th Infantry Division Philippines 8th Ersatz Division German Empire 8th Infantry Division United States 8th Najaf Ashraf Division, Iran 8th Lucknow Division, a unit of the British Indian Army before and during World War I 8th Mountain Division We ...

36th Battalion

36th Battalion or 36th Infantry Battalion may refer to: Iraqi 36th Commando Battalion: a current Iraqi Army unit; 36th Peel Battalion: a Canadian infantry regiment that existed 1866–1936. 36th Battalion New Zealand: a New Zealand infantry battali ...

102nd Division

In military terms, 102nd Division or 102nd Infantry Division may refer to: 102nd Division Philippines 102nd Division Imperial Japanese Army, a component of the Thirty-Fifth Army Japan 102nd Fortress Division France 102nd Motorised Division Trento ...

41st Regiment

41st Infantry Regiment Philippine Commonwealth, a unit of the Philippine Commonwealth Army 41st Welsh Regiment of Foot United Kingdom, a unit of the British Army 41st Infantry Regiment United States, a unit of the United States Army 41st Infantry ...

14th Regiment

14th Regiment or 14th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 14th Regiment Royal Artillery, a unit of the British Army 14th Armored Cavalry Regiment United States, a unit of the United States Army 14th Marine Regiment United States, a unit of the United ...

43rd Regiment

43rd Regiment or 43rd Infantry Regiment may refer to: 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, a unit of the United States Army 43rd Infantry Regiment France, a unit of the French Army 43rd Infantry Regiment United States, a unit of the United States ...

VII Corps

7th Corps, Seventh Corps, or VII Corps may refer to: VII Corps United States, a unit of the United States Army VII Reserve Corps German Empire, a unit of the Imperial German Army during World War I VII Corps German Empire, a unit of the Imperial ...