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    Single - particle correlations in events with the total disintegration of nuclei

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    New experimental data on the behaviour of the single-particle two-dimensional correlation functions R versus Q (Q is the number of nucleons emitted from nuc- lei) and Ap (Ap is the mass of projectile nuclei) are presented in this paper. The interactions of protons, d, 4He and 12C nuclei with carbon nuclei (at a momentum of 4.2 A GeV/c) are considered.The values of R are obtained separately for pi minus mesons and protons.In so doing,the values of R are normalized so that -1=<R=<1.The value of R=0 corresponds to the case of the absence of corre- lations.It has been found that the Q- and Ap-dependence of R takes place only for weak correlations (R< 0.3).In the main (90 %),these correlations are con- nected with the variable pt and have a nonlinear character, that is the regi- ons with different characters of the Q-dependence of R are separated: there is a change of regimes in the Q-dependences of R.The correlations weaken with increasing Ap, and the variable R gets the least values of all the considered ones in 12CC interactions.Simultaneously with weakening the correlations in the region of large Q, the character of the Q-dependence of R changes.Comment: 17 pages, submitted to Phys. Rew.

    Potential of Human Resources of the Region as a Driver of Future Economy Growth

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    This article examines the importance and role of human resources in the regional economy.В данной статье рассматривается значимость и роль кадрового потенциала в экономике региона. Приводится понятийно-терминологический аппарат кадрового потенциала. В конце данной статьи представлены основные задачи, которые необходимо выполнить для достижения цели развития кадрового потенциала

    The biphase systems and flucton nuclear model

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    For information entropy of biphase systems which consist of elements of all kinds an algorithm for discretization of the probability of phase existence (spectrum of probabilities) is given. It is supposed therefore that the realm of application of systems within such a spectrum has no restriction. Values immediately connected with the strong-interaction constant g sup 2 /hc and fine-structure constant alpha were found in the spectrum of probabilities; the functional relation between numbers e and pi was determined. Simple expressions for nuclear binding energy and universal slope parameter of cumulative particles spectra were obtained based on the mathematical theory of information and the flucton nuclear model proposed above. The establishment of connections between different theoretical models within the framework of the information approach can lead to elimination of the errors in determination of some theoretical and experimental values particularly in nuclear and particle physics as well as to finding before unknown interpretation of the experimental parameters. The paper pretends to an introduction in the general use of the mathematical idea of information space whose characteristics determine the course of processes in the Universe as well as to pointing out the fundamental role of the constant h centre dot c/r sub e approx 70 MeV in nuclear and particle physics
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