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A Possibility of Application of Wave Flow Method for Visualization of Shor States  [PDF]
V. K. Voronov
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2013.612051

The present work provides a brief analysis of experimental investigations related to quantum computer creation. The first step to the real quantum creation could be visualization of Shor states. Such visualization is based on the use of the phenomenon of the secondary wave generated by incident electromagnetic irradiation on the object which undergoes screening. This electromagnetic irradiation under certain conditions can be transformed into waves of other type, for example, surface plazmons. The massif from n quantum objects generating secondary irradiation, in principle, can be considered as a route to materialization on Shor cells. In such a way, a system of q-bites of quantum computer can be realized.


Economic Consciousness and the System of Values of Latvian University Graduates
Voronov V.
Baltic Region , 2009, DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2009-2-9
Abstract: The article analyses the attitude of a Latvian university’s graduates to wealth and means of its acquisition, as well as their assessment of their own economic status and preferred moves in case of unemployment. The author estimates the university graduates’ personal capabilities; their interests, skills and qualifications, the extent of their reliance on their own initiative and resources, and their confidence about the future. The article defines the graduates’ economic interests forming motivations and approaches to practical economic behavior according to certain types of economic consciousness.
Russians in Latvia: Peculiarities of Socio-cultural Adaptation and Identity
Voronov V.
Baltic Region , 2009, DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2009-1-10
Abstract: The author identifies trends and variations of the socio-cultural identity and integration of Russians in Latvia. According to the author, since the middle 1990s, two trends have been recognized - first, the “ingrowing” of ethnic Russians into the life of independent Latvia, and second, forming their new identity. The article presents a number of factors hampering the integration of ethnic Russians into Latvian society. Variations and options of socio-cultural identity and integration (or assimilation) of the Russian population of Latvia are shown.
The problems and prospects of higher education mod-ernisation in Latvia
Voronov V.V.
Vestnik Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University , 2013,
Abstract: This article examines the socio-economic factors that determine the possible outcomes of modernization of higher education in Latvia, as well as the promising directions of improving the quality and effectiveness of higher education and science in Latvia.
The assessment and factors of increase in innovative competitiveness of Latvian regions
Voronov V. V.
Baltic Region , 2012, DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2012-4-1
Abstract: Latvia’s participation in the process of integration and globalization within the European Uni on creates a need to improve tools of competitiveness and management assessment of the country’s regions. It also requires the development of common approaches to sel ection criteria, competition indicators and assessment tools at the micro-, meso-, and macro-levels. This study identifies the development stage of Latvia’s regions and considers methods as well as experience of evaluation and improvement of the competitiveness of Latvia’s regions. The authors describe priorities and tools for regional innovative development and analyze conditions affecting regional development in the country. This work takes into account the current priority of the European Union — innovation and development of socioeconomic activity aimed at enhancing the competitiveness and attractiveness of European regions. This study sets out to evaluate the competitiveness of Latvia’s regions using a method developed by the European Commission. An expert survey based on the analytic hierarchy process identifies priority areas and instruments for their innovative development.
The Use of NMR for Solving the Problems of Quantum Computers
Vladimir V. Voronov
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: The analysis of papers on usage NMR in quantum computations is provided and the probable direction of the future investigations are considered.
Ground state correlations and structure of odd spherical nuclei
S. Mishev,V. V. Voronov
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1134/S154747710804002X
Abstract: It is well known that the Pauli principle plays a substantial role at low energies because the phonon operators are not ideal boson operators. Calculating the exact commutators between the quasiparticle and phonon operators one can take into account the Pauli principle corrections. Besides the ground state correlations due to the quasiparticle interaction in the ground state influence the single particle fragmentation as well. In this paper, we generalize the basic QPM equations to account for both mentioned effects. As an illustration of our approach, calculations on the structure of the low-lying states in $^{131}$Ba have been performed.
An Extended Approximation for the Lowest-lying States in Odd-mass Nuclei
S. Mishev,V. V. Voronov
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.82.064312
Abstract: An enhanced model, based on the Extended Boson Approximation, for the lowest-lying states in odd-mass nuclei is presented. Our approach is built on the Quasiparticle Phonon Model, extending it to take into account the ground state correlations due to the action of the Pauli principle more accurately than in the conventional theory. The derived interaction strengths between the quasiparticles and the phonons in this model depend on the quasiparticle occupation numbers explicitly coupling the odd-mass nucleus equations with those of the even-even core. Within this model we calculated the transition probabilities in several Te, Xe and Ba isotopes with A$\approx$130.
Magnetic moments in odd-A Cd isotopes and coupling of particles with zero-point vibrations
S. Mishev,V. V. Voronov
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.044329
Abstract: Background: The coupling of the last nucleon with configurations in the ground state of the even-even core is known to augment the single quasiparticle fragmentation pattern. In a recent experimental study by Yordanov \emph{et al.} the values of the magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments of the $11/2^-$ state in a long chain of Cd isotopes were found to follow a simple trend which we try to explain by means of incorporating long-range correlations in the ground state. Purpose: Our purpose is to study the influence of the ground-state correlations (GSC) on the magnetic moments and compare our results with the data for the odd-A Cd isotopes. Method: In order to evaluate if the additional correlations have bearing on the magnetic moments we employ an extension to the quasiparticle-phonon model (QPM) which takes into account quasiparticle$\otimes$phonon configurations in the ground state of the even-even core to the structure of the odd-A nucleus wave function. Results: It is shown that the values for the magnetic moments which the applied QPM extension yields deviate further from the Schmidt values. The latter is in agreement with the measured values for the Cd isotopes. Conclusions: The GSC exert significant influence on the magnetic dipole moments and reveal a potential for reproducing the experimental values for the studied cadmium isotopes.
Income as a factor of consumer behaviour in Latvian households
Voronov V. V., Krasko V. D.
Sociosfera , 2011,
Abstract: Socially oriented public policy in the area of household consumption plays an important role in achieving stable socio-economic development. At the macroeconomic level, the state regulates the process of consumption based on fiscal policy and fair taxation of households, encouraging domestic demand and economic activity. Therefore, the urgent task of modern macroeconomic policy in Latvia is the development and support of socially relevant tools and methods of state regulation of consumption and consumer behaviour of the households, taking into account its main factors: income and taxation.
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