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Jan
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answered How does the Kinect device work?
Jan
12
comment How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
Yes, but UTC does not define a unique, unambiguous and exactly traceable "zero" in its scale.
Jan
11
revised How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
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Jan
11
revised How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
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Jan
11
comment How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
@David: I don't think there are tons of methods. I think that, apart from those I gave, there may be another one or two I am not aware of.
Jan
11
comment How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
@David : exactly.
Jan
11
accepted Simulate a physical impact of objects made of finite, small elements
Jan
11
accepted Meaning and application of convolution or deconvolution in physical sciences
Jan
11
accepted Proposed model for existence of bar in galaxies
Jan
11
asked How to describe a well defined “zero moment” in time
Dec
23
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
29
awarded  Scholar
Nov
29
revised Could gravity be an emergent property of nature?
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Nov
29
accepted Experimental observation of matter/antimatter in the universe
Nov
22
answered Could gravity be an emergent property of nature?
Nov
20
asked Experimental observation of matter/antimatter in the universe
Nov
19
asked Proposed model for existence of bar in galaxies
Nov
18
revised Simulate a physical impact of objects made of finite, small elements
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Nov
18
comment Simulate a physical impact of objects made of finite, small elements
@dmckee : you are absolutely right
Nov
17
comment Simulate a physical impact of objects made of finite, small elements
ok, but I'm not asking about a scientific distribution of python. I don't want to reimplement body dynamics from scratch.