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The Application of Joint Inversion in Geophysical Exploration  [PDF]
ákos Gyulai, Mátyás Krisztián Baracza, éva Eszter Tolnai
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2013.42026

The paper presents a short overview about the application of joint inversion in geophysics. It gives also an alternative explanation for the term of different data sets and discusses what types of inversion procedures can be considered as joint inversion. Nowadays there are no standard standpoints using the appellation joint inversion. What is joint inversion? Based on the information matrix an answer could be given for this question what could be regarded as various types of data sets that are inverted simultaneously. We would like to expand the explanationthat is professed by many researchersof the method that regards only the simultaneous inversion of data sets based on different physical parameters as joint inversion.

Remembering Hugh Cory
Humanising Language Teaching , 2009,
Relationships of Helicoverpa armigera, Ostrinia nubilalis and Fusarium verticillioides on MON 810 Maize
Béla Darvas,Hajnalka Bánáti,Eszter Takács,éva Lauber,árpád Szécsi,András Székács
Insects , 2011, DOI: 10.3390/insects2010001
Abstract: MON 810 maize was developed against Ostrinia nubilalis and is suggested to indirectly decrease Fusarium spp. infestation in maize ears. To evaluate this effect, co-occurrence of insect and fungal pests on MON 810 maize was studied. During 2009, exceptionally high maize ear infestation occurred in Julianna-major (Hungary). From investigation of some thousands of maize ears, the majority of the larval damage originated from Helicoverpa armigera larvae, while O. nubilalis larvae contributed significant damage only at a single plot. Fusarium verticillioides infection appeared only in a small portion (~20–30%) of the insect damaged cobs. H. armigera and O. nubilalis larvae feeding on F. verticillioides mycelia can distribute its conidia with their fecal pellets. MON 810 maize showed 100% efficacy against O. nubilalis in the stem, but lower efficacy against O. nubilalis and H. armigera in maize ears. The ~Cry1Ab toxin content of maize silk, the entry site of H. armigera, was lower than that in the leaves/stem/husk leaves of MON 810. Fusarium-infected MON 810 cobs are rarely found and only after larval damage by O. nubilalis. H. armigera larvae could not tolerate well F. verticillioides infected food and attempted to move out from the infected cobs. For further feeding they re-entered the maize ears through the 8–12 husk leaves, but in the case of the MON 810 variety, they usually could not reach the kernels. Apical damage on cobs resulted in only a minor (about one-tenth of the cob) decrease in yield.
The Threat of Otherness in Bram Stocker's Dracula
Eszter Muskovits
Trans : Revue de Littérature Générale et Comparée , 2010,
Abstract: La deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle a constitué un tournant dans la conceptualisation des pratiques et comportements sexuels dans les sociétés occidentales. L’hétéro-normativité monogame a commencé à être contestée, et c’est probablement le roman gothique qui a offert le médium le plus adapté pour renverser le concept traditionnel de la sexualité. L’objectif de cet article est d’explorer le caractère ambigu du vampire dans le Dracula de Bram Stoker (1897), un agencement possible de ce que le système sexuel normatif patriarcal a marginalisé comme autre . The second half of the nineteenth century was a turning point in conceptualizing sexual practices and behaviour in Western societies. Monogamous heteronormativity was beginning to be challenged, and it was probably the gothic novel that offered the most flexible medium for subverting the traditional concept of sexuality. The purpose of this paper is to explore the ambiguous character of the vampire in Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897); a possible agency of what the normative patriarchal gender system marginalized as ‘other.’
Save the Children of War! Thoughts on Child Recruitment
Eszter Kirs
Acta Societatis Martensis , 2006,
Abstract: The article addresses the problematic and urgent questions arising from the phenomenon of child soldiering. Children are cheap, obedient and easy to engage in fearless killing. These characteristics compel the leaders of armed groups to choose children for improving their armed forces. Fighting, lack of family and all the abuse which child-soldiers suffer cause — beyond the physical damage — very serious psycho-social problems. Reintegration is extremely difficult because of the way their personality has changed as a consequence of war. Therefore, prevention of child recruitment has a great significance which shall be ensured by proper legal regulation also in the field of international law.
Simultaneous observability of networks of beams and strings
Eszter Sikolya
Boletim da Sociedade Paranaense de Matemática , 2003,
Abstract: In this paper we investigate a nite system of vibrating beams andstrings. We obtain results on simultaneous observability by observing a common endpoint.
Notes on the characterization of derivations
Eszter Gselmann
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Although the characterization of ring derivations has an extensive literature, up to now, all of the characterizations have had the following form: additivity and another property imply that the function in question is a derivation. The aim of this note is to point out that derivations can be described via a single equation.
Recent results on the stability of the parametric fundamental equation of information
Eszter Gselmann
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to summarize the recent results on the stability of the parametric fundamental equation of information. Furthermore, by the help of a modification of a method we used in \cite{GM08} we shall give a unified proof for the Hyers--Ulam stability of the equation in question, assuming that the parameter does not equal to 1. As a corollary of the main result, a system of equations, that defines the recursive and semi--symmetric information measures is also discussed.
On the modified entropy equation
Eszter Gselmann
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The object of this paper is to solve the so--called modified entropy equation \[ f=f+ \muf<\mathbf{0}, \frac{y}{y+z}, \frac{z}{y+z}>, \] on the positive cone of $\R^{k}$, where $\mu$ is a given multiplicative function on this cone. After that the regular solutions of this equation are determined. Furthermore we investigate its connection between the entropy equation and other equations, as well.
On the stability of the modified entropy equation
Eszter Gselmann
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s00025-010-0053-1
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to prove that under some conditions the modified entropy equation is stable on its one-dimensional domain.
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