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United States physicist (born in Hungary) noted for his work on the structure of the atom and its nucleus (1902-1995)

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Wigner Research Centre for Physics, H-1525 Budapest 114, P.
Since the seminal paper of von Neumann and Wigner [13], Schrodinger operators with embedded positive eigenvalues have always played a special role in spectral and in scattering theory.
To make use of all the parallel ridges' energy of polyphase codes radar signal in time-frequency distribution, this Letter derives modified Wigner Hough transform (MWHT), based on which a novel detection method is also proposed.
a) Department of Theoretical Physics, Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, PO Box 49, 1525 Budapest, Hungary
Un ano mas tarde, en agosto de 1939, tres refugiados judio-hungaros (Szilard -quien se arrepintio despues-, Eugene Wigner y Edward Teller) convencieron a Albert Einstein de enviar una carta a Roosevelt para concientizarlo del peligro de que Hitler consiguiera la bomba atomica, luego de que se registraron algunos movimientos de uranio en la antigua Checoslovaquia.
In 1960 the physicist (and eventual Nobel Laureate) Eugene Wigner published an article that has exerted a considerable amount of influence, especially in the past several years.
Among those who faced exclusion by the anti-Semitic laws were Albert Einstein, Max Born, Eugene Wigner, James Franck, Hans Bethe, Felix Bloch, Rudolf Peierls, Lise Meitner, and Samuel Goudsmit.
Irradiated graphite accumulates energy known as Wigner energy, which caused the UK's worst nuclear accident in 1957.
98-100), the locus classicus in this respect is a passage from Wigner in which he speaks of the "miracle of the appropriateness of the language of mathematics" as a "wonderful gift" (1960, p.
El hecho de la incompatibilidad interteorica lo reconoce, por ejemplo, Eugene Wigner, premio Nobel de fisica de 1963:
Wigner Dan Sarginson could return for next week's Challenge Cup quater-final against Castleford.
Boashash, "Note on the use of the Wigner Distribution for time-frequency signal analysis," IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, vol.
They appear in physics in the context of the fine structure of atomic spectra since Wigner [22].
Investigations on the semiclassical limit of Schrodinger equation including theoretical analysis, numericalcalculation and application have become an important subject, particularly by the introduction of tools frommicrolocal analysis, such as defect measures [8], H- measures [9] and Wigner measures [10-12].