Stochastic Quantum Space (SQS) theory is a new version
of unified field theorybased on three fundamental postulations:
Gaussian Probability Postulation, Prime Numbers Postulation, Vacuon
Postulation. It build a framework with theoretical results agree with many
experimental data well. For more information, please refer to the PDF.

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We focus on the special situation of $D=2J$ of the general spin-S Blume-Capel model on the square lattice. Under the infinitesimal external magnetic field, the phase transition behaviors due to the thermal fluctuations are discussed by the newly developed tensor renormalization group method. For the case of the integer spin-S, the system will undergo $S$ first-order phase transitions with the successive symmetry breaking with the magnetization $M=S,S-1,...0$. For the half-integer spin-S, there are similar $S-1/2$ first order phase transition with $M=S,S-1,...1/2$ stepwise structure, in addition, there is a continuous phase transition due to the spin-flip $Z_2$ symmetry breaking. In the low temperature regions, all first-order phase transitions are accompanied by the successive disappearance of the optional spin-component pairs($s,-s$), furthermore, the critical temperature for the nth first-order phase transition is the same, independent of the value of the spin-S. In the absence of the magnetic field, the visualization parameter characterizing the intrinsic degeneracy of the different phases clearly demonstrates the phase transition process.

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The Guanzhong region is one of the hot spots for socio-economic development in Northwest China.During the past decade,owing to the rapid economic development,dramatic speedup of industrialization and urbanization,together with sharp increase of population,the land use changed greatly,for example,built-up land greatly expanded and consequently the cultivated land was occupied and decreased.In this study,the authors have documented that the land use trends were restricted by natural ecological conditions and ...

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We study the propagator for an electron moving in a two-dimensional (2D) quadratic saddle-point potential, in the presence of a perpendicular uniform magnetic field. A closed-form expression for the propagator is derived using the Feynmann path integrals.

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In the title complex, [Zn(C12H9N2O3S)2]·2H2O, the ZnII ion lies on a crystallographic inversion center and is coordinated by four N atoms and two O atoms from two tridentate 2-(2-pyridylmethyleneamino)benzenesulfonate ligands in a slightly distorted octahedral environment. In the crystal structure, the complex forms a two-dimensional network through intermolecular O—H...O and C—H...O hydrogen bonds.

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By inserting a dielectric layer, covered by a grounded metal plane, into a hollow rectangular waveguide (HRWG), a planar rectangular waveguide (PRWG) is structured. It is a new candidate solution for both MMIC and hybrid planar RF circuit applications. An intensive numerical analysis of the PRWG is conducted by a 2-D FDTD method. The propagation characteristics of the PRWG with different physical dimensions and electrical parameters are presented. This analysis shows that the PRWG can give an alterable single mode working bandwidth for dominant mode compared with the HRWG, and the size of the transverse section of the PRWG is smaller than the HRWG under the same cutoff frequency of dominant mode.

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A local realistic model for quantum mechanics of two-particle Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen pairs is proposed. In this model, it is the strict obedience of conservation laws in each event at the quantum level that uphold the perfect correlation of two spatially-separated particles, instead of nonlocality in the orthodox formulation of quantum mechanics. Therefore, one can conclude that all components of the spin of two particles, and the position and momentum of a particle can be measured simultaneously. The proposed model yields the same statistical prediction on an ensemble of individual particles as the orthodox formulation does. This suggests that the wave function is not a complete description of individual particle as assumed in the orthodox formulation, but only a statistical description of an ensemble of particles.

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Complementarity lies at the heart of conceptual foundation of orthodox quantum mechanics. The wave-particle duality makes it impossible to tell which slit each particle passes through and still observe an interference pattern in a Young's double-slit experiment. In this paper, this duality is appraised under the standard formulation of quantum mechanics for atom interferometers. It is found that the internal freedoms like electronic states of an atom can be used to detect the which-path information of each atom while uphold the interference pattern of atoms when the center-of-mass motion of atoms is detected.

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Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architecture aimed at cryptographic processing has been widely studied because of its good performance and flexibility. In a cipher reconfigurable processing architecture, a configuration circuit that has heigh efficiency can greatly reduce the configuration time and accelerate the accounting. In this paper, we improve the configuration circuit of a block cipher reconfigurable processing architecture and speed up the configuration of the block ciphers that have regular structure.