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Could it be that the observed shift in frequency is not a result of a Doppler shift but of some other mechanism For example, in 1918, Hermann Weyl suggested that there might be a frequency shift of clocks that is proportional to their electromagnetic history (i.e., the magnetic ux they have enclosed, (BA), or equivalently, their electric potential, V, in a period of time, t: fQuasar/f0 Z/(Z + 1) = 0.47 = CHW/e(BA) or CHWc/e(V t). Thus, for a quasar at electric potential of 108 V (according to Schwartzman, the theoretical maximum that will not blow a quasar apart) for all of time ( 1017 s), we would expect a dimensionless Herman Weyl constant, CHW, of about 10 43. If this were the explanation of the observed frequency shift, the quasars would not be traveling away at such a high velocity but would have had their frequencies shifted by the Herman Weyl effect. Would it be possible to measure such a small constant in a laboratory The author and others made such a measurement by using the M ssbauer effect and showed1 that the Herman Weyl coef cient (if it exists at all) is at most 2 10 48. One of the beautiful aspects of science is that answers to phenomenon often lead to other unanswered questions. The issue of low intensity of light from quasars today remains unanswered to many scientists satisfaction. We have seen that the Doppler shift adequately explains the frequency shift of electromagnetic waves with frequencies in the visible spectrum (1015 Hz), even for relative velocities that approach the speed of light, c = 3 108 m/s. We have also personally observed that the Doppler shift explains the modulation in audible frequencies (102 105 Hz) for automobiles or trains traveling at relative velocities of 103 105 m/s. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) had a Doppler effect scare on a mission to Titan that almost resulted in mission failure.
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GT3 can be used to execute legacy codes that normally execute on one computer as Grid services that can be published, discovered and reused in a distributed environment. In addition, the mechanisms provided in GT3 to dynamically create a service, use it for a certain amount of time and then destroyed it are suitable for making these programs as services for hire. In this section, we introduce two projects that are wrapping legacy codes as GT3-based Grid services.
Core Packages ........................................................................................................................................27 java.lang package ...........................................................................................................................27 java.io package ...............................................................................................................................27 java.util package .............................................................................................................................28 Brief introduction to commonly used packages............................................................................28 Generic Connection Framework ...........................................................................................................31 Kjava API...............................................................................................................................................33 Brief introduction to commonly used classes .......................................................................................36 Spotlet .............................................................................................................................................36 Graphics..........................................................................................................................................37 Button..............................................................................................................................................37 TextField.........................................................................................................................................38 RadioButton and RadioGroup........................................................................................................38 HelpDisplay ....................................................................................................................................39 ScrollTextBox.................................................................................................................................39 Database..........................................................................................................................................40 TextBox ..........................................................................................................................................41 Installation of CLDC .............................................................................................................................41 Compiling, preverifying, and running applications ......................................................................42 Case Studies ...........................................................................................................................................43 TextField_Spotlet ...........................................................................................................................43 ScrollTextBox_Spotlet...................................................................................................................45 HelpDisplay_Spotlet ......................................................................................................................47 CheckRadio_Spotlet.......................................................................................................................49 HttpCheck_Spotlet .........................................................................................................................52 Server ..............................................................................................................................................55 Socket_Check .................................................................................................................................55 Summary ................................................................................................................................................62
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