European Incoherent Scatter Facility

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Q*bert - Development - Audio
... speech synthesizer by Votrax generates the sound effects and Q*bert's incoherent expressions, respectively ... ” David Thiel on the creation of Q*bert's incoherent swearing ... Theil also felt the incoherent speech was a good fit for the "@!#?@!" in Q*bert's speech balloon ...
Incoherent Scatter
... Incoherent scattering is a type of scattering phenomenon in physics ... The most well known practical application is known as incoherent scatter radar theory, a ground-based technique for studying the Earth's ionosphere first proposed by Professor Bill Gordon in 1958 ... radar beam scattering off electrons in the ionospheric plasma creates an incoherent scatter return ...
Neutron Spin Echo - NSE and Spin-incoherent Scattering (from Protons)
... studies that use normal time-of-flight (TOF) or backscattering spectrometers rely on the huge incoherent neutron scattering cross section of protons ... For NSE spin incoherent scattering has the disadvantage that it flips the neutron spins during scattering with a probability of 2/3 ... -1/3 in front of the cos-Fourier integral contribution pertaining the incoherent intensity ...
Word Salad - In Mental Health Diagnoses
... and phrases that may appear to be random and unrelated come out in an incoherent sequence instead ... present as Receptive aphasia Schizophasia, a mental condition characterized by incoherent babbling (compulsive or intentional, but nonsensical) Logorrhea, a mental condition ...

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