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Published in Drug Safety

Published in Drug Safety

Published in Drug Safety

Background and objective: Several statistical methods exist for detecting signals of potential adverse drug reactions in spontaneous reporting databases. However, these signal-detection methods were developed using regulatory databases, which contain a far larger number of adverse event reports than the databases maintained by individual pharmaceut...

Published in Solar System Research

The upcoming epoch of rare events—that of mutual occultations and eclipses in the system of the major Uranian satellites—is reported. Such epochs last for four years and occur every 43 years. The ephemerides and circumstances for the events occurring during the 2006–2010 epoch are computed. The uniqueness and importance of observations of these eve...

Published in Journal of Mathematical Sciences

It is shown that the results obtained earlier for the rate of approximation of convolutions of probability distributions by the accompanying infinitely divisible laws may be interpreted as estimates of the rate of approximation of a sample by a Poisson point process. The most interesting results are obtained for a scheme of rare events. Bibliograph...

Published in European Surgery

Published in Physics of Atomic Nuclei

Experiments in both high-and low-energy physics are planned so that physically interesting effects mathematically are rare (or small probability) events, compared to others, whose probabilities are not small. Correspondingly, the purpose of the paper was the development of the formalism for the treatment of rare events, which could be an inevitable...

Published in Physics of Atomic Nuclei

Magnetic spectrometers of charged nuclear reaction products, properly matched with an accelerator beam line, have become a very effective setup for the performance of precise nuclear experiments involving ultrasensitive accelerator-based mass spectrometry and investigation of rare events, as well as experiments with radioactive nuclear beams. The p...

Published in Physics of Atomic Nuclei

An attempt has been made to search for collinear tripartition in spontaneous fission of 252Cf by using the FOBOS setup coupled with the neutron detector belt. A group of rare events were detected characterized by reduced total kinetic energy and total nuclear charge gated by the large neutron multiplicity measured. This fact is considered to be an ...

Published in Physics of Atomic Nuclei

The yields of fragments originating from 238U fission induced by 5-MeV neutrons are investigated. Accumulated statistics—2.5×106 events of binary fission—make it possible to study fission-fragment yields at anomalously high values of the total kinetic energy. The spectra of the cold fragmentation of 239U are obtained. Events characterized by the to...

Published in Physics of Atomic Nuclei

CUORE is a proposed tightly packed array of 1000 TeO2 bolometers, each being a cube 5 cm on a side with a mass of 750 g. The array consists of 25 vertical towers, arranged in a square of 5 towers by 5 towers, each containing ten layers of four crystals. The design of the detector is optimized for ultralow-background searches for neutrinoless double...

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