Nakayama Kazuaki NAKAYAMA Kazuaki

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Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University (2004年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Linewidth Reduction of Quantum Beats by Recurrent Excitation

    NAKAYAMA Kazuyuki , FURUE Shigeki , OGAWA Tomoji , MISONO Masatoshi , MITSUI Takahisa , KOHMOTO Toshiro , KUNITOMO Masakazu , FUKUDA Yukio

    A high-resolution coherent spectroscopy, based on the iterative excitation using the atomic response, is studied. The Zeeman quantum beats in the ground state 3<SUP>2</SUP><I>S</I …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 73(10), 2708-2711, 2004-10-15

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  • Multiple Scattering Effects on Spin Polarized XPD Spectra from W 4f Levels

    NAKAYAMA Kentaro , KONISHI Takehisa , FUJIKAWA Takashi , RENNERT Peter

    Spin poJzrriz?ttioz? in core-lexvel plaotoe.tarissior? ttsitag litae;tr13' jcolatrized liglat can OCCULT' thr'otrghtime spit?-or'loit irmterstctiotu. Althottglt tlais ll2lS 1)LlI6lN' ?ttott?ic origirn …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 68(10), 3424-3429, 1999-10-15

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  • Motion of Curves in Hyperboloids in the Minkowski Space II

    NAKAYAMA Kazuaki

    It is SIIOXVII th;tt all of' tlae eqtr?rtioras integrstlcle Joy 111021118 of' the Abloxvitz-Ksttrp-lNexvell-Segtrr(AKNS) sclteutae h;tve n;tttrr;tl cotrnter-parts irt Clue tmotioru of' ctrrves in layj …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 68(10), 3214-3218, 1999-10-15

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  • Motion of Curves in Hyperboloid in the Minkowski Space

    NAKAYAMA Kazuaki

    A formulation on the motion of curves in hyperboloids in the 4-dimensional Minkowski space is presented. It includes many equations integrable by means of the (1+1)-dimensional AKNS inverse scattering …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 67(9), 3031-3037, 1998-09-15

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  • Noise-Color Dependence of Stochastic Resonance Signals in a Hybrid Optical Bistable System

    MISONO Masasoshi , NAKAYAMA Kazuyuki , KOHMOTO Toshiro , FUKUDA Yukio , KUNIMOTO Masakazu

    An experiment of stochastic resonance (SR) using well-characterized colored noise was performed in an optical bistable system. The resonance signal peculiar to SR was observed, and the dependence of t …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 67(7), 2162-2165, 1998-07-15

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  • Motion of Discrete Curves in the Plane

    HISAKADO Masato , NAKAYAMA Kazuaki , WADATI Miki

    Motion of discrete curves (piecewise linear curves) in the plane is discussed. A discrete analogue of the Frenet-Serret formula is presented. Compatibility of the discrete Frenet-Serret formula and th …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(7), 2390-2393, 1995-07-15

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  • Reaction- Diffusion System in a Curved Space and the KPZ Equation

    NAKAYAMA Kazuaki , WADATI Miki

    Time evolution for hypersurfaces in a curved space ispresented. A reaction-diffusion equation is also considered in acurved space and an extension of the eikonal equation isobtained. Further, randomne …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(5), 1501-1505, 1995-05-15

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  • On the Level-Set Formulation of Geometrical Models

    NAKAMURA Kazuaki , HOPPE Jens , WADATI Miki

    Level-set approach to the motion of surfaces is presented. Applications to geometrical models in condensed matter physics are given. The finger solution and its generalizations, which were reported ve …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 64(2), 403-407, 1995-02-15

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  • Curve Lengthening Equation and Its Solutions

    Nakayama Kazuaki , Iizuka Takeshi , Wadati Miki

    The curve lengthening equation is a geometric model where the normal velocity U of the curve is a linear functional of the curvature K, that is, U=-k+c (c is a constant). Exact solutions for the curve …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 63(4), p1311-1321, 1994-04

  • The Motion of Surfaces

    Nakayama Kazuaki , Wadati Miki

    Kinematics of surfaces in 3-dimensional space is formulated in terms of the differential geometry. It is found that the introduction of nontrivial time evolution of coordinate system makes the theory …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 62(6), p1895-1901, 1993-06

  • Motion of Curves in the Plane

    NAKAYAMA K. , Wadati Miki

    Kinematics of moving curves in two dimensions is formulated in terms of intrinsic geometries. The velocity is assumed to be local in the sense that it is a functional of the curvature and its derivati …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 62(2), p473-479, 1993-02

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  • Quantitative Aspects of the Theory of Weak Itinerant Antiferromagnetism

    NAKAYAMA Kazuya , MORIYA Toru

    The self-consistent renormalization (SCR) theory of spin fluctuations in itinerantelectron antiferromagnets is formulated in a rotationally invariant way with four in-dependent parameters associated w …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 56(8), p2918-2926, 1987-08

  • A New Result with a Two Crystal Component Neutron Interferometer

    KIKUTA Seishi , TAKAHASHI Toshio , NAKAYAMA Kan , FUJII Yasuhiko , HOSHINO Sadao

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 46(3), 1024, 1979-03-15

  • Neutron Bragg-Case Rocking Curves from the Front and Back Surfaces of a Silicon Crystal Plate

    KIKUTA Seishi , TAKAHASHI Toshio , NAKAYAMA Kan , FUJII Yasuhiko , HOSHINO Sadao

    The dynamical diffraction phenomena of neutrons in the Bragg-case are studiedexperimentally by using a monolithic double-crystal system. The Ill diffractionsof silicon are used in a parallel setting w …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 45(3), 1065-1066, 1978-09-15

  • Construction of Two Crystal Component Neutron Interferometer

    KIKUTA S. , TAKAHASHI Toshio , NAKAYAMA Kan , FUJII Yasuhiko , HOSHINO Sadao

    Two crystal component interferometer utilizing double-Laue-case diffractionhas been constructed. Interference finges are observed by inserting aluminumsheets of various thicknesses as phase shifting m …

    J. Phys. Soc. Japan 45, 715, 1978

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