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Shatunovskiy I.B.,International University of Nature, Society and Man <<Dubna>>
Komp'juternaja Lingvistika i Intellektual'nye Tehnologii | Year: 2014

Perlocutionary verbs like ubezhhdat' 'to convince / persuade', nastaivat' 'to insist', ugovarivat' ≈'to persuade', uspokaivat' 'to calm', objasn'at' 'to explain', xvastatsy'a 'to boast' etc. are verbs denoting perlocutionary actions. Perlocutionary actions, as defined in the paper, are unconventional actions performed by means of conventional illocutionary acts. Perlocutionary actions are aimed to achieve certain effects, goals, but they do not necessarily achieve them. Perlocutionary verbs such as preduprezhdat' (to warn), nastaivat' (to insist), uveryat' ('to assure') can turn into illocutionary verbs. In this case the perlocutionary text is contracted and some parts of it are taken in the meaning of the verb becoming a sign of that contraction. Perlocutionary actions and verbs can be divided into several groups according to supposed goals and effects of a perlocutionary action. They are: (1) perlocutionary actions having a clear aim which is embedded, fixed in the meaning of the verb denoting that action; this aim can be achieved or not; (2) perlocutionary actions that do not have a clear aim, but have a bundle of possible aims that are not fixed in the meanings of the corresponding perlocutionary verbs; (3) perlocutionary (and some illocutionary) actions that have a clear aim, and that aim is achieved any time the speaker does that action. These groups differ with respect to the meaning of their perfective forms. In the paper these differences are described and explanations for semantic peculiarities of the perfective forms are proposed. Source


Savelova E.P.,International University of Nature, Society and Man <<Dubna>>
General Relativity and Gravitation | Year: 2016

We assume the spacetime foam picture in which vacuum is filled with virtual wormholes. In the presence of an external field the distribution of wormholes changes. We consider an anisotropic distribution of wormholes and analyze its relation to the speed of light. We show that speed of light acquires an anisotropic character and save the normal dispersion a gas of virtual wormholes may possess also an anomalous dispersion, i.e., when the light velocity exceeds that in the vacuum. © 2016, Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source


Gadjiev B.R.,International University of Nature, Society and Man <<Dubna>>
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2010

In this paper we investigate peculiarities of phase transition high-symmetry -incommensurate phase in inhomogeneous systems. We have obtained the fractional differential equation for the order parameter and defined the space distribution of the order parameter in the incommensurate phase. We have obtained the nonlinear dispersion law and then present a renormalization group analysis of phase transitions in multiferroics. We have determined the dependence of critical indices on the nonextensivity parameter of the system. © 2010 IOP Publishing Ltd. Source


Dorkin S.M.,International University of Nature, Society and Man <<Dubna>> | Kaptari L.P.,Helmholtz Center Dresden | Hilger T.,Helmholtz Center Dresden | Hilger T.,TU Dresden | And 2 more authors.
Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics | Year: 2014

In view of the mass spectrum of heavy mesons in vacuum, the analytical properties of the solutions of the truncated Dyson-Schwinger equation for the quark propagator within the rainbow approximation are analyzed in some detail. In Euclidean space, the quark propagator is not an analytical function possessing, in general, an infinite number of singularities (poles) which hamper solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation. However, for light mesons (with masses Mqq̄1 GeV) all singularities are located outside the region within which the Bethe-Salpeter equation is defined. With an increase of the considered meson masses this region enlarges and already at masses 1 GeV, the poles of propagators of u, d, and s quarks fall within the integration domain of the Bethe-Salpeter equation. Nevertheless, it is established that for meson masses up to Mqq̄GeV only the first, mutually complex conjugated poles contribute to the solution. We argue that, by knowing the position of the poles and their residues, a reliable parametrization of the quark propagators can be found and used in numerical procedures of solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation. Our analysis is directly related to the future physics program at FAIR with respect to open charm degrees of freedom. © 2014 American Physical Society. Source


Gadjiev B.R.,International University of Nature, Society and Man <<Dubna>>
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2011

In this paper we investigate peculiarities of phase transition in inhomogeneous systems. We consider a case of 'cubic' systems with anisotropy invariants in which the distribution of defects generates a small-world property. We define a fractional equation of motion for the order parameter for the systems with a small world property. Linearization of the equation of motion for the order parameter made it possible to define a non-linear dispersion law. A renormalization group analysis of phase transitions in the generalized inhomogeneous "cubic" systems is presented. We discuss the dependence of critical behavior on the nonextensivity parameter of the system. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. Source

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