consistency 
A rule for verification of the mutual consistency of the wave functions of any three quantummechanical systems is formulated.


The amplitude f0(r) found in this way is substituted into the condition that, in the theory of finite Fermi systems, ensures consistency of the selfenergy operator, effective quasiparticle interaction, and the density distribution.


The famous debate between Einstein and Bohr on the (in)consistency of quantum mechanics was described in detail by Bohr in his essay of 1949.


Here, we find consistency with the chiral perturbation theory to the lowest order.


Muon anomalous magnetic moment: A consistency check for the nexttoleadingorder hadronic contributions


A dualityinspired model for verifying a consistency of the evaluation of the nexttoleadingorder hadronic contributions to the muon anomalous magnetic moment with that of the leadingorder ones is proposed.


Toward thermodynamic consistency of quasiparticle picture


A simple and transparent representation of the thermodynamic consistency conditions is given.


This representation allows one to review critically and systemize available phenomenological approaches to the deconfinement problem with respect to their thermodynamic consistency.


A modified criterion of the SM perturbative consistency is proposed.


This means that the light Higgs boson is possibly preferred for reasons other than the SM perturbative consistency, i.e., for reasons beyond the SM.


Owing to the consistency condition, the collective inertia for sufficiently increased particle numbers and temperatures is substantially larger than that of irrotational flow.


The author derives a consistency equation for the magnetization, which has an antiferromagnetic solution.


Consistency arguments make it possible to label EPRsilent absorption bands in this way also, significantly extending the scope of EPRbased defect studies.


The question of the selfconsistency between the profiles is considered.


Two principles are used to determine a canonical profile: the principle of the minimum of free plasma energy with the constraint that the total current is conserved and the principle of profile consistency.


By stiffness is meant the consistency of the profile when the plasma density, boundary temperature, and heating power change.


Consistency between the experimental results and the proposed statistical model of the formation of FP saddlepoint regions in quasi2D systems is demonstrated.


The Ohmic conductivity of water is found to be manifested in the self consistency of their dynamics and fractal structure.


It shows that such selfconsistency causes charge to be redistributed in the neighborhood of the dislocation nucleus and hence renormalizes the strain caused by the dislocation.

