In many countries, the development of wind power capacity has proceeded more slowly than expected. Levels of public acceptance are usually considered primary indicators of support for wind power within society. Surveys generally show strong overall public support for wind power, while concrete projects are felt to suffer from the Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBY) syndrome. This paper questions the significance of these outcomes. It argues that other barriers to wind power implementation exist beyond attitudes among the population. The argument is made that institutional factors have a greater impact on wind energy facility siting. We will discuss two examples of how institutional factors shape the level of support when implementing wind power.
Manifestations of the dipole-dipole reservoir (DDR) of electron spins in nonstationary NNDOR and ENDOR are investigated, taking as an example the electron-nuclear spin system Cr3+ −53Cr−27 Al in ruby. It is demonstrated, that a consistent consideration of the hyperfine structure of the EPR spectrum of the Cr3+ ions explains the behaviour of the NMR signal of the 27Al nuclei, observed experimentally during saturation of NMR of the 53Cr nuclei. The ENDOR signals are calculated with allowance for the shift of the DDR temperature, and it Basket Blazer Nike Pas Nike Blazer Achat Cher is pointed out that the absorption signal of ENDOR can change its sign depending on nuclear detuning.
The problem of Basket Nike Blazer approximation of the moment-determinate cumulative distribution function (cdf) from its moments is studied. This method of recovering an unknown distribution is natural in certain incomplete models like multiplicative-censoring or biased sampling when the moments of unobserved distributions are related in a simple way to the moments of an observed distribution. In this article some properties of the proposed construction are derived. The uniform and L1L1-rates of convergence of the approximated cdf to the target distribution are obtained.
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