The effect of artificial visual impairment on functional visual fields and driving performance


A Monte Carlo sampling technique based on 2 x 2 rotations of the Heisenberg spin1 Hamiltonian containing both anisotropic and nextnearestneighbour (NNN) terMS has been attempted. Closed rings of six, eight, 10 and 12 spin1 sites have been studied and the ground and the first excited states have been obtained. The validity of the procedure has a...
A Monte Carlo sampling technique based on 2 x 2 rotations of the Heisenberg spin1 Hamiltonian containing both anisotropic and nextnearestneighbour (NNN) terMS has been attempted. Closed rings of six, eight, 10 and 12 spin1 sites have been studied and the ground and the first excited states have been obtained. The validity of the procedure has a...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...
A potential pseudodensity principle is derived for the quasistatic primitive equations on the sphere. An important step in the derivation of this principle is the introduction of “vorticity coordinates”—that is, new coordinates whose Jacobian with respect to the original spherical coordinates is the dimensionless absolute isentropic vorticity. The...