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    The art of perfuming embodies the creation of humanity through Suskind’s novel, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. The art of perfuming consists of three main stages of development, or dissipation, that must be acknowledged in order for the perfume to be successful. Perfume must live through time; through youth, maturity, and old age in order to be successful. The first stage of dissipation of the head of a perfume exposes the selfish human being during its youth. The second stage of dissipation of the heart of the perfume represents the true desires and purpose of a human being that is exposed in its time of maturity. The final stage of dissipation of the base of the perfume embodies the soul which exposes the malevolent behavior of humanity.…

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    Constellation Dissipation: The Effects of Light Pollution Growing up in a small town in Western Kansas had few advantages. Everyone knew everyone else. There was a small dating pool, so girls would always fight over guys. Life seemed easy, but stressful. Whenever I was feeling stressed or upset, I would look to the stars for guidance. The vastness of the universe seemed at my fingertips, ready to answer any question or conundrum I might have. All I had to do was look up and wait for it…

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    students that were recruited through a post on a bulletin board. They conducted five sessions with R = 1 and four with R = ∞ with 12 -14 students in each session. Approximately 50% of the students were majoring in economics but no one had any prior experience with this type of experiment. The results of the experiment revealed irrational bids in both cases. In the case of R = 1 (proportional probabilities), the level of dissipation is at the predicted level, and become more concentrated around…

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    A Helmholtz resonator is a rigid container which has an opening to the air surrounding it. A common example of a Helmholtz resonator is a bottle because it has a set volume as well as having an opening which is open to the surrounding air. By considering the Helmholtz resonator as having a neck, such as the neck of a wine bottle, the dynamics of the system may be described. When energy is introduced near the opening of the bottle, for example blowing across it, some of the energy will vibrate…

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    The Industrial Revolution was an era of new developments in technology and machinery. These new innovative ideas helped improve production and trade. Prior to the Industrial revolution, people were accustomed to a certain lifestyle. Men would go to work and women would take care of the house, finances, and children. However, with these ground-breaking inventions, men, women, and children were also introduced to new struggles. Families worked in poor working conditions that exhausted them and put…

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    Rev. A 88, 032317 (“Steady-state entanglement of two superconducting qubits engineered by dissipation“). (4) Please specify the superscript “m” mentioned on the 7-8th line in section II. (5) In the context of local feedback scheme (as mentioned just before Eq. 16), is there any condition on the photon detection also? If there are more than one photo-detection clicks required for this scheme then is your method takes into account the time-delay between the recording of more than one clicks…

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    environment, the information and communications technology (ICT) community is investigating how to ensure that communication systems consume less energy and thus collectively have a substantially smaller carbon footprint. To that end, researchers have been working on novel techniques to reduce the energy dissipation of point-to-point communication links and computer networks. Although modifying existing ICT systems can lead to incremental energy savings, the primary purpose of lowering energy…

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    heat generation on MHD boundary layer flow of a moving vertical plate with suction and dissipation. Ibrahim and Makinde [32] have studied…

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    Abstract:-This paper provides review of various wire length estimation techniques. Wire length plays an important role in the design of circuit. If wire length of the circuit is known before placement delay, resistance, power dissipation, and capacitance can be predicted. All these parameters play an important role in designing of the circuit. These parameters help in predicting the performance of the circuit in early design phase. Such estimations are very useful to optimize the circuits. This…

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    hardware dedicated to serve the purpose of speed enhancement. Reversible circuits are being deployed on a large scale to design the Multiply Accumulate units with the advent of quantum computing. In this paper, we present a real time development model of a 4 x 4 Multiply Accumulate unit by exploiting reversible logic for optimizing energy consumption. KEYWORDS: Multiplications and Accumulations, DSP, Reversible Logic, Reversible Gates, Power Dissipation, Reversible Multiplier. I. INTRODUCTION…

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