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Stings of Ants of the Leptanillinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Charles Kugler
Psyche , 1992, DOI: 10.1155/1992/70194
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Description of the Ergatoid Queen ofPogonomyrmex Mayri With Notes on theWorker and Male (Hym., Formicidae)
Charles Kugler
Psyche , 1978, DOI: 10.1155/1978/41764
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Further Studies of the Myrmicine StingApparatus: Eutetramorium, Oxyopomyrmex,and Terataner (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
Charles Kugler
Psyche , 1978, DOI: 10.1155/1978/61918
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A New Species of Platythyrea (Hymenoptera; Formicidae) From Costa Rica
Charies Kugler
Psyche , 1976, DOI: 10.1155/1976/18073
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Local limit theorem for the maximum of a random walk
Johannes Kugler
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Consider a family of $\Delta$-latticed aperiodic random walks $\{S^{(a)},0\le a\le a_0\}$ with increments $X_i^{(a)}$ and non-positive drift $-a$. Suppose that $\sup_{a\le a_0}\mathbf{E}[(X^{(a)})^2]<\infty$ and $\sup_{a\le a_0}\mathbf{E}[\max\{0,X^{(a)}\}^{2+\varepsilon}]<\infty$ for some $\varepsilon>0$. Assume that $X^{(a)}\xrightarrow[]{w} X^{(0)}$ as $a\to 0$ and denote by $M^{(a)}=\max_{k\ge 0} S_k^{(a)}$ the maximum of the random walk $S^{(a)}$. In this paper we provide the asymptotics of $\mathbf{P}(M^{(a)}=y\Delta)$ as $a\to 0$ in the case, when $y\to \infty$ and $ay=O(1)$. This asymptotics follows from a representation of $\mathbf{P}(M^{(a)}=y\Delta)$ via a geometric sum and a uniform renewal theorem, which is also proved in this paper.
Q Fever in Pregnancy—Case Presentation and Literature Review  [PDF]
Kugler Eitan, Amital Howard, Alon Danny
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2013.48065
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Q fever is a widespread zoonotic infection caused by Coxiella burnetii. During acute infection, three clinical patterns are commonly encountered—self limited, flu like disease, atypical pneumonia or hepatits. Chronic infection almost always implies endocarditis. Acute infection during pregnancy may result in obstetrical complications, and predispose to chronic transformation. Treatment during pregnancy is more complex, and the duration of treatment was debatable up until recently. We describe a 31 years old patient with acute Q fever infection during pregnancy. We review the medical treatment, complications and follow up of acute and chronic Q fever during pregnancy.

Exclusive Meson Production at NLO
Diehl, M.;Kugler, W.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007,
Abstract: We report on numerical studies of the NLO corrections to exclusive meson electroproduction, both in collider and fixed-target kinematics. Corrections are found to be huge at small xB and sizeable at intermediate or large xB.
Some numerical studies of the evolution of generalized parton distributions
Diehl, Markus;Kugler, Wolfgang
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2007.12.047
Abstract: We study the evolution behavior of generalized parton distributions at small longitudinal momentum fraction. Particular attention is paid to the ratio of a generalized parton distribution and its forward limit, to the mixing between quarks and gluons, and to the dependence on the squared momentum transfer t.
Next-to-leading order corrections in exclusive meson production
Diehl, M.;Kugler, W.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-007-0423-3
Abstract: We analyze in detail the size of next-to-leading order corrections to hard exclusive meson production within the collinear factorization approach. Corrections to the cross section are found to be huge at small xB and substantial in typical fixed-target kinematics. With the models we take for nucleon helicity-flip distributions, the transverse target polarization asymmetry in vector meson production is strongly affected by radiative corrections, except at large xB. Its overall size is very small for rho production but can be large in the omega channel.
Influence of model asymmetry on kinetic pathways in binary Fe-Cu alloy: a kinetic Monte Carlo study
David Bombac,Goran Kugler
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s11665-015-1493-2
Abstract: A kinetic Monte Carlo simulations with model asymmetry in binary Fe-Cu alloy leading to the same microstructure are presented. A method based on thermodynamic data for calculation of interatomic potentials dependent on model asymmetry is presented and evaluated. Results show that kinetic pathways are sensitive to model asymmetry and are compared to the classical growth and coarsening theories. Experimental diffusion data is used and compared to simulation results to determine a realistic combination for simulations.
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