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Inconsistency between WMAP data and released map
Hao Liu,TiPei Li
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-010-0131-5
Abstract: A remarkable inconsistency between the calibrated differential time-ordered data (TOD) of the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) mission, which is the input for map-making, and the cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature maps published by the WMAP team is revealed, indicating that there must exist a serious problem in the map making routine of the WMAP team. This inconsistency is easy to be confirmed without the use of WMAP map-making software. In view of the importance of this issue for cosmology study, we invite readers to check it by themselves.
Inconsistency between WMAP data and released map

Hao Liu,TiPei Li,

科学通报(英文版) , 2010,
Abstract: A remarkable inconsistency between the calibrated differential time-ordered data (TOD) of the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) mission,which is the input for map-making,and the cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature maps published by the WMAP team is revealed,indicating that there must exist a serious problem in the map making routine of the WMAP team.This inconsistency is easy to be confirmed without the use of WMAP map-making software.In view of the importance of this issue for cosmology...
The Transformation of Japanese Street Fashion between 2006 and 2011  [PDF]
Aliyaapon Jiratanatiteenun, Chiyomi Mizutani, Saori Kitaguchi, Tetsuya Sato, Kanji Kajiwara
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2012.24038
Abstract: The emergence of Japanese street fashion in the 1990s in young girls has created a notion of generation identity and new fashion styles. Although Japanese street fashion was studied by scholars from multiple-disciplines, little research has been carried-out on its evolution overtime. This paper aims to examine its transition over a five year period from 2006 to 2011, and to explain the factors that led to these changes. In order to follow the transition of street fashion, survey questionnaires were distributed to a total of 1,094 female college students in Tokyo between 2006 and 2011. Further, fashion magazines were studied and surveyed to understand their evolution and the influence on their readers. The findings showed that economic recession in 2007, the fast fashion business, and the fashion models played a significant role in shifting the popularity of each style, and Casual style became the most popular style throughout the years of the study. In addition, fashion styles have merged and became difficult to differentiate by their appearances. Many fashion magazines also added Casual style to their publication. Finally, this paper suggests that teens created their own styles by combining several fashion elements, and as a result new styles such as Ageha and Mori girl were observed in the fashion scenario.
Associations between street connectivity and active transportation
David Berrigan, Linda W Pickle, Jennifer Dill
International Journal of Health Geographics , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1476-072x-9-20
Abstract: Principal components analysis indicated that ~85% of the variance in nine measures of street connectivity are accounted for by two components representing buffers with short blocks and dense nodes (PRIN1) or buffers with longer blocks that still maintain a grid like structure (PRIN2). PRIN1 and PRIN2 were positively associated with active transportation (AT) after adjustment for diverse demographic and health related variables. Propensity and duration of AT were correlated in both Los Angeles (r = 0.14) and San Diego (r = 0.49) at the zip code level. Multivariate analysis could account for the correlation between the two outcomes.After controlling for demography, measures of the built environment and other factors, no spatial autocorrelation remained for propensity to report AT (i.e., report of AT appeared to be independent among neighborhood residents). However, very localized correlation was evident in duration of AT, particularly in San Diego, where the variance of duration, after accounting for spatial autocorrelation, was 5% smaller within small neighborhoods (~0.01 square latitude/longitude degrees = 0.6 mile diameter) compared to within larger zip code areas. Thus a finer spatial scale of analysis seems to be more appropriate for explaining variation in connectivity and AT.Joint analysis of the propensity and duration of AT behavior and an explicitly geographic approach can strengthen studies of the built environment and physical activity (PA), specifically AT. More rigorous analytical work on cross-sectional data, such as in the present study, continues to support the need for experimental and longitudinal study designs including the analysis of natural experiments to evaluate the utility of environmental interventions aimed at increasing PA.Physical activity contributes to health through its direct effects on disease risk as well as its indirect effects via contributions to weight loss and weight maintenance. These benefits have been comprehensively reviewe
Principles for Inconsistency  [PDF]
Shel Finkelstein,Dean Jacobs,Rainer Brendle
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: Data consistency is very desirable because strong semantic properties make it easier to write correct programs that perform as users expect. However, there are good reasons why consistency may have to be weakened to achieve other business goals. In this CIDR 2009 Perspectives paper, we present real-world reasons inconsistency may be necessary, offer principles for managing inconsistency coherently, and describe implementation approaches we are investigating for sustainably scalable systems that offer comprehensible user experiences despite inconsistency.
About the inconsistency between Bohr-Wheelers transition-state method and Kramers' escape rate in nuclear fission  [PDF]
K. -H. Schmidt
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1142/S0218301309012951
Abstract: The problem of an apparent inconsistency between the fission rates derived on the basis of Bohr-Wheeler's transition-state method and Kramers' dynamical model of nuclear fission, first pointed out by Strutinsky in 1973, is revisited. The study is based on studying the features of individual trajectories on the fission path.
On "Inconsistency in the Application of the Adiabatic Theorem"  [PDF]
Zhaoyan Wu,Li Zheng,Hui Yang
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: It is shown where the proof of "inconsistency in the application of the adiabatic theorem" goes wrong.
Street Politics  [PDF]
Michael J. Shapiro
Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies (JCGS) , 2012,
Abstract: I write from Prague, where, unlike in most urban formations, the main city street plays an iconic role; it references a history of political protest. However, before elaborating on the protest iconography of the Prague street, Vaclavske nam, I want to locate the ways in which the design of urban space is actualized in everyday life in the cities of the world. Three functions stand out; the first involves dwelling, the second seeing, and the third moving. With respect to the first function – dwelling – the design partitions and coordinates residential, commercial and leisure functions. At times these are organized to segregate different classes (Robert Moses’ redesign of much of New York stands out with respect to the segregation function). With respect to the second function – seeing – the design of urban space is allegiance-inspiring; it involves sight lines that afford urban dwellers and visitors views of iconic buildings and statues, which reference key founding moments in the past and/or authoritative political functions in the present (Here, L’Enfants design for Washington DC stands out as exemplary. Its manifest intention was to make the buildings housing executive, legislative and judicial functions visible from many vantage points). Rarely are the streets themselves iconic. Their dominant role is involved with the effectuation of movement. As for this third function: As Lewis Mumford famously points out, streets were once part of an asterisk design, radiating out from an exemplary, often spiritual center...
Evaluation of territorial conflicts caused by residential expansion in Bucharest suburban area. Case study: Voluntari City
Cinq Continents , 2011,
Abstract: L'évaluation des conflits territoriaux causés par l'expansion résidentielle dans la zone périurbaine de Bucarest. étude de cas: La ville Voluntari. L’aménagement territorial de l’espace aide les diverses utilisations du terrain à s’associer sans causer des dysfonctionnements ou des conflits. Dans la zone suburbaine de Bucarest les erreurs d’approche dans l’aménagement du territoireont changé dans ces dernières années sa physionomie, particulièrement grace au développement imprévu des zones résidentielles. Les conséquences de la consommation accidentelle de l’espace dans la ville Voluntari décrit un espace défavorisé par la complexité des problèmes environnementaux qui apparaissent. à cet effet ont été appliquées des méthodes pour évaluer la taille des conflits territoriaux causés par le développement imprévu des espaces résidentiels dans moins de 15 m des stations de distribution de carburant. Les résultats ont mis enévidence spatialement et quantitativement les zones en conflit, en suggérant l’emplacement imprévu des espaces résidentiels comme la principale conséquence de la création des voisinages incompatibles avec les stations de distribution de carburant. Les conflits territoriaux continuent à cro tre, leur identification et leurévaluation étant la solution de démarrage de nouvelles stratégies pour une bonne planification de l’espace avec un impact positif sur la qualité de l’environnement et du logement.
Health of the street child: the relation between life-style, immunity and HIV / AIDS - a synergy of research
Linda Van Rooyen, Cycil G. Hartell
South African Journal of Education , 2003,
Abstract: A scrutiny and synergy of the research that was done on the health of street children revealed the relation between their poor living conditions and unhealthy life style and their depleted immune systems which, even in the best situations, wins a victory at a cost. This article probes the relation between the harsh circumstances in which millions of street children in the developed and developing world live and the devastating consequences thereof on their state of health, quality of life and life expectancy. (South African Journal of Education: 2003 22(3): 188-192)

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