The direct and inverse spectral problem for the discrete analog ofthe equation (?) /(?) xU(x)=[A(s)+B(x,s]U(x) is solved in the framework of Riemann-Hiibert problem. The time evolution of the spectral data is derived.

We study the one dimensional time evolution Smoluchowski Equation in describing polymeric fluid. We shows that the steady solution of the time evolution Smoluchowski Equation is a constant, which means the phase is isotropic, when there are no two modulus in the initial data.

Based on the analysis of succession processes of agroecosystems,this paper puts forward the conceptual framework for the development trend of agroecosystem's sustainability which embraces the inter year coefficient of variation,the rate of change in temporal development slope and the initial threshold level of assessment indicators.

The sequence of the strength and time course for Fos expression in the hippocampus was DG, CA3, CA4, CA2 and CA1. These characteristics of Fos expression might be involved in mediating the expression of such as late genes dynorphin and nerve growth factor following ischemia insults.

According its developing history, Weston fashion drawing was studied by the methods below: 1) learning each distinctive states by studying the history of Weston garments;

This distinction of the network enables one to adapt and develop the concepts of the macrosystem approach for studying the space-time evolution of the GRID state.

The space-time evolution of resonance-coupled triads of wave packets in a Blasius boundary layer is studied within the framework of weakly nonlinear stability theory.

The space-time evolution characteristics are expressed in the deformation of the shape and the spectra of the disturbance.

On the basis of the hydrodynamic equations for nonlinear elastic-gravity waves beneath a solid ice cover and their Hamiltonian representation, a three-wave kinetic equation for the time evolution of the wave spectrum is formulated.

An asymptotic solution of the problem of time evolution of a periodic wave on the surface of a viscous, infinitely deep fluid in the approximation quadratic in the wave amplitude is proposed.

Hereh is the height of SBL, and both exponent α and coefficientA are the functions of terrain, baroclinicity, radiation cooling and the state of temporal development of SBL.

The temporal development of infarcts was histochemically and functionally determined in porcine hearts.

The spatial and temporal development of myocardial infarction

The demonstration of conduction block is important, but several requirements must be fulfilled in terms of technique, clinical context, and temporal development in order to avoid errors.

Plates important to the structural integrity of predator defences were least asymmetric, either due to selection against asymmetry at these positions or to variation in the temporal development of the plates.

The development of the chromium-depleted zone with time of sensitization has been studied by the potentiostatic-coulometric method reported previously. The distribution curves of chromium in the depleted zone at different time of sensitization have been obtained. From these curves, the diffusion coefficient of Cr in the depleted zone at 650℃ is estimated to be 5×10~(-16)cm~2/sec. It is shown that the amount of chromium carbide precipitated at the grain boundaries increases nearly logarithmically with time of...

The development of the chromium-depleted zone with time of sensitization has been studied by the potentiostatic-coulometric method reported previously. The distribution curves of chromium in the depleted zone at different time of sensitization have been obtained. From these curves, the diffusion coefficient of Cr in the depleted zone at 650℃ is estimated to be 5×10~(-16)cm~2/sec. It is shown that the amount of chromium carbide precipitated at the grain boundaries increases nearly logarithmically with time of sensitization, and the precipitation of 1—2% of carbon contained in the steel at the grain boundaries is sufficient to cause severe intergranular corrosion.

The theoretical analysis of normal variations of the 8 and P amplitude relation is given. The possibility and limitation for the use of the amplitude relation in earthquake prediction are discussed. For example, the observed anomalies of the S and P amplitude relation before and after the Sichi (西吉) earthquake (December 3, 1970, M=5.7) are shown.The preliminary results are: (1) the amplitude relation |Ws/Wp| of the vertical dis-placements of S and P waves is remarkably decreased before and after the largeearthquakes;...

The theoretical analysis of normal variations of the 8 and P amplitude relation is given. The possibility and limitation for the use of the amplitude relation in earthquake prediction are discussed. For example, the observed anomalies of the S and P amplitude relation before and after the Sichi (西吉) earthquake (December 3, 1970, M=5.7) are shown.The preliminary results are: (1) the amplitude relation |Ws/Wp| of the vertical dis-placements of S and P waves is remarkably decreased before and after the largeearthquakes; (2) the |Ws/Wp| anomalies correspond approximately with the velocityanomalies both in spatial distribution and in time sequence.The method of earthquake prediction by means of amplitude relation anomalies is suggested, it is analogous to that by means of velocity anomalies.Finally, the physical implication of the anomalies of the 8 and P amplitude relation before and after large earthquakes is discussed.

As we all know, our earth is a bedded texture and constituted with many trap reservoirs. Each major trap has its own law of movement. Also they affected each other. Author holds that what the plate theory could behave at most is just to show us the law of oceanic crust movement. That's to say, one would be unable to find it helpful in the field of interpreting a fairly large number of important geological phenomena anyway. Therefore, the stress of discussion was laid on the continental crust movement; new grounds...

As we all know, our earth is a bedded texture and constituted with many trap reservoirs. Each major trap has its own law of movement. Also they affected each other. Author holds that what the plate theory could behave at most is just to show us the law of oceanic crust movement. That's to say, one would be unable to find it helpful in the field of interpreting a fairly large number of important geological phenomena anyway. Therefore, the stress of discussion was laid on the continental crust movement; new grounds of argument abput depression-uplift wave theory were put forward; the law of depression-uplift movement of distributing in space and developing in time were demonstrated; the cycle characteristics of depression-uplift as well as the process of result of the movement were discussed. At the end of the paper, in view of depression-uplift movement and the horizontal resultant of force generated from the movement was taken as the point of departure, the analysis and interpretation of ten important geological phenomena happened in continent earth's crust were made.