KMA 373 TAHUN 2002 PDF

Keputusan Menteri Agama Nomor Tahun tentang. Organisasi dan Tata Kerja Kantor Wilayah Departemen. Agama Provinsi dan Kantor Departemen. KMA R & D Program (Korea), DFG (Germany). . Annual rainfall amount was higher in than in , as were the annually averaged Dm RESULTS: Totally / of KAMRA patients and / Raindrop patients remained Tahun sebesar 97% remaja pernah mengaksescontent pronografi, dimana hal. Qing Wang ยท Indian Academy of Sciences (India). Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. Qing Wang. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science.

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Raindrops adhered to a windscreen or window glass can significantly degrade the visibility of a scene. Modelingdetecting and removing raindrops will, therefore, benefit many computer vision applications, particularly outdoor surveillance systems and intelligent vehicle systems. In this paper, a method that automatically detects and removes adherent raindrops is introduced. The core idea is to exploit the local spatio-temporal derivatives of raindrops.

To accomplish the idea, we first model adherent raindrops using law of physics, and detect raindrops based on these models in combination with motion and intensity temporal derivatives of the input video. Having detected the raindropswe remove them and restore the images based on an analysis that some areas of raindrops completely occludes the scene, and some other areas occlude only partially.

For partially occluding areas, we restore them by retrieving as much as possible information of the scene, namely, by solving a blending function on the detected partially occluding areas using the temporal intensity derivative. For completely occluding areas, we recover them by using a video completion technique.

Experimental results using various real videos show the effectiveness of our method. The raindrop shape parameter of particle distribution is generally set as constant in a Double-moment Bulk Microphysics Scheme DBMS using Gama distribution function though which suggest huge differences in time and space according to observations.

On the other side, the environmental conditions including relative humidity and dynamical parameters are the key indirectly causes which has close relationships with the changes in cloud particles and rainfall distributions. Furthermore,the differences in the scale of improvement between the weak and heavy rainfall mainly come from the distinctions of response features about their variable fields respectively.

The extent of variation in the features of cloud particles in warm clouds of heavy rainfall differs greatly from that of weak rainfall, though they share the same trend of variation. The mechanism of raindrop formation in a shallow cumulus cloud is investigated using a Lagrangian cloud model LCM. The analysis is focused on how and under which conditions a cloud droplet grows to a raindrop by tracking the history of individual Lagrangian droplets.

Raindrop formation easily occurs when turbulence-induced collision enhancement TICE is considered, with or without any extra broadening of the DSD by another mechanism such as entrainment and mixing. In contrast, when TICE is not considered, raindrop formation is severely delayed if no other broadening mechanism is active. The reason leading to the difference is clarified by the additional analysis of idealized box-simulations of the collisional growth process for different DSDs in varied turbulent environments.

It is found that TICE does not accelerate the timing of the raindrop formation for individual droplets, but it enhances the collisional growth rate significantly afterward.

The modelled raindrop size distribution of Skudai, Peninsular Malaysia, using exponential and lognormal distributions. This paper presents the modelled raindrop size parameters in Skudai region of the Johor Bahru, western Malaysia.

Presently, there is no model to forecast the characteristics of DSD in Malaysia, and this has an underpinning implication on wet weather pollution predictions.

The climate of Skudai exhibits local variability in regional scale. This study established five different parametric expressions describing the rain rate of Skudai; these models are idiosyncratic to the climate of the region. Sophisticated equipment that converts sound to a relevant raindrop diameter is often too expensive and its cost sometimes overrides its attractiveness.

In this study, a physical low-cost method was used to record the DSD of the study area. The Kaplan-Meier method was used to test the aptness of the data to exponential and lognormal distributions, which were subsequently used to formulate the parameterisation of the distributions. This research abrogates the concept of exclusive occurrence of convective storm in tropical regions and presented a new insight into their concurrence appearance.

Modeling the influence of raindrop size on the wash-off losses of copper-based fungicides sprayed on potato Solanum tuberosum L. Modeling the pesticide wash-off twhun raindrops is important for predicting pesticide losses and the subsequent transport of pesticides to soil and in soil run-off. Three foliar-applied copper-based fungicide formulations, specifically the Bordeaux mixture BMcopper oxychloride COand a mixture of copper oxychloride and propylene glycol CO-PGwere tested on potato Solanum tuberosum L.


The losses in the wash-off were quantified as 0202 copper in-solution loss and copper as particles detached by the raindrops. The efficiency of the raindrop impact kmaa the wash-off was modeled using a stochastic model based on the pesticide release by raindrops.

In addition, the influence of the raindrop size, drop falling height, and fungicide dose was analyzed using a full factorial experimental design. The stochastic model was able to simulate the time course of the wash-off losses and to estimate the losses of both Cu in solution and as particles by the raindrop impacts.

For the Cu-oxychloride fungicides, the majority of the Cu was lost as particles that detached from the potato leaves.

The percentage of Cu lost increased with the decreasing raindrop size in the three fungicides for the same amount of dripped water. This result suggested that the impact 0202 is not a limiting factor in the particle detachment rate of high doses. The dosage of the fungicide was the most influential factor in the losses of Cu for the three formulations studied.

The results tahuun us to quantify the factors that should be considered when estimating the losses by the wash-off of copper-based fungicides and the inputs of copper to the soil by raindrop wash-off. Raindrops of synaptic noise on dual excitability landscape: The most abundant non-neuronal cells in the brain, astrocytes, populate all parts of the central nervous system CNS.

Astrocytic calcium activity ranging from subcellular sparkles to intercellular waves is believed to be the key to a plethora of regulatory pathways in the central nervous system from synaptic plasticity to blood flow regulation. Modeling of the calcium wave initiation and transmission and their spatiotemporal dynamics is therefore an important step stone in understanding the crucial cogs of cognition.

Astrocytes are active sensors of ongoing neuronal and synaptic activity, and neurotransmitters diffusing from the synaptic cleft make a strong impact on the astrocytic activity.

Here we propose a model describing the patterns of calcium wave formation at a single cell level and discuss the interplay between astrocyte shape the calcium waves dynamics driven by 200 stochastic surges of glutamate simulating synaptic activity.

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The formation of first raindrops in deep convective clouds is tayun. A combination of observational data analysis and 2-D and 3-D numerical bin microphysical simulations of deep convective clouds suggests that the first raindrops form at the top of undiluted or slightly diluted cores. It is shown that droplet size distributions in these tahub are wider and contain more large droplets than in diluted volumes.

The results of the study indicate that the initial raindrop formation is determined by the basic microphysical processes within ascending adiabatic volumes.

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It allows one to predict the height of the formation of first raindrops considering the processes of nucleation, diffusion growth and collisions. The results obtained in the study explain observational results reported by Freud and Rosenfeld according to which the height of first raindrop formation depends linearly on the droplet number concentration at cloud base.

The results also explain why a simple adiabatic parcel model can reproduce this dependence. The present study provides a physical basis for retrieval algorithms of cloud microphysical properties and aerosol properties using satellites proposed by Rosenfeld et al. The study indicates that the role of mixing and entrainment in the formation of the first raindrops is not of crucial importance.

It is also shown that low variability of effective and mean volume radii along horizontal traverses, as regularly observed by in situ measurements, can be simulated by high-resolution cloud modelsin which mixing is parameterized by a traditional 1.

The vertical evolution of falling raindrops is a result of evaporation, breakup, and coalescence acting upon those raindrops. Computing these processes using vertically pointing radar observations is a two-step process. First, the raindrop size distribution DSD and vertical air motion need to be tahnu throughout the rain shaft. Then, the changes in DSD properties need to be quantified as a function of height. The change in liquid water content is a measure of evaporation, and the change in raindrop number concentration and size are indicators of net breakup or coalescence in the vertical column.

The DSD and air motion can be retrieved using observations from two vertically pointing radars operating side-by-side and at two different wavelengths. While both radars are observing the same raindrop distribution, they measure different reflectivity and radial velocities due to Rayleigh and Mie scattering properties. As long as raindrops with diameters greater than approximately 2 mm are in the radar pulse volumes, the Rayleigh and Mie scattering signatures are unique enough to estimate DSD parameters using radars operating at 3- and GHz Williams et al.


Vertical decomposition diagrams Williams are used to explore the processes acting on the raindrops. Specifically, changes in liquid water content with height quantify evaporation or accretion. When the raindrops are not evaporating, net raindrop breakup and coalescence are identified by changes in the total number of raindrops and changes in the DSD hahun shape as the raindrops.

Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available This paper investigated the variability of raindrop size distributions DSDs in Tahuj, Korea, using data from two different disdrometers: DSDs were simulated using a gamma model to assess the intercomparability of these two techniques. Annual rainfall amount was higher in than inas were the annually averaged Dm which was 0. The values of Dm from July, August, and December,were much greater than from other months when compared with Larger raindrops contributed to the higher rain rates that were observed in the morning duringwhereas relatively smaller raindrops dominated in the afternoon.

These results suggest that the increase in raindrop size that has been observed in Busan may continue in the future; however, more research will be required if we are to fully understand this phenomenon. Rainfall variables are highly dependent on drop size and so should be recalculated using the newest DSDs to allow more accurate polarimetric radar rainfall estimation. Issues in Biological Shape Modelling. This talk reflects parts of the current research at informatics and Mathematical Modelling at the Technical University of Denmark within biological shape modelling.

We illustrate a series of generalizations, modifications, and applications of the elements of constructing models of shape or appear We illustrate a series of generalizations, modifications, and applications of the elements of constructing models of shape Oriented active shape models.

Active shape models ASM are widely employed for recognizing anatomic structures and for delineating them in medical images. In this paper, a novel strategy called oriented active shape models OASM is presented txhun an attempt to overcome the following five limitations of ASM: OASM effectively combines the rich statistical shape information embodied in ASM with the boundary orientedness property and the globally optimal delineation capability of the live wire methodology of boundary segmentation.

The latter characteristics allow live wire to effectively separate an object boundary from other nonobject boundaries with similar properties especially when they come very close in the image domain. The approach leads to a two-level dynamic programming method, wherein the first level corresponds to boundary recognition and the second kja corresponds to boundary delineation, and to an effective automatic initialization method.

The method outputs a globally optimal boundary that agrees with the shape model if the recognition step is successful in bringing the model close to the boundary 3733 the image. Extensive evaluation experiments have been conducted by utilizing 40 image magnetic resonance and computed tomography data sets in each of five different application areas for segmenting breast, liver, bones of the foot, and cervical vertebrae of the spine.

Accuracy is assessed using both region-based false positive and false negative measures and boundary-based distance measures. The results indicate the following: Women in Shape Modeling Workshop. Explanations of this paradox include a denser atmosphere rich in nitrogen1 or higher greenhouse gas concentrations. Recent work has suggested that the partial pressure of nitrogen in the late Archean was less than modern values, up to a maximum of 0.

Twhun the current work, we have compiled several global fahun on modern raindrop size and rainfall rate. Together with existing scaling on how raindrop size affects the size kmq resultant craters3, we use the full distribution of fossilized raindrop craters found in the Ventersdorp Supergroup, South Africa to draw conclusions about the difference in terminal velocity through the Archaean atmosphere as compared to today, in addition to inferences on rainfall rate 0202 formed the Ventersdorp imprints.

The calculated value of the terminal velocity places bounds on the range of possible densities of the Archaean atmosphere during Ventersdorp deposition. Statistical models of shape optimisation and evaluation. Deformable shape models have wide application in computer vision and biomedical image analysis.

This book addresses a key issue in shape modelling: Full implementation details are provided.