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## DVD Photo Slideshow Professional 2.01.03

This is an application for converting videos and photos into DVD-slideshows for presentation on computer-TV or for use on DVD players. You can choose from a variety of themes, such as background music, animated album and various effects. DVD Photo Slideshow is a DVD Slideshow Creator for Windows. It can help you build DVD slideshows quickly and easily and save time and energy. The most common tasks you may require in the slideshow presentation are also included: 1. Import media files to be played; 2. Build a slideshow 3. Burn it to a DVD or CD 4. Edit titles and credits 5. Preview slideshow in widescreen on the TV 6. Build a website version 7. Convert photos/videos to YouTubeSmoluchowski equation In physics, the Smoluchowski equation, named after the Polish Nobel laureate Henryk Smoluchowski, is a partial differential equation that describes the evolution of the distribution function of a particle moving in a fluid. It is used to model diffusing particles, such as colloidal particles suspended in a fluid or proteins in solution. It is commonly written in the form where is the time (measured in units of ). is the density of the particles. is the mean-square displacement. is the friction coefficient between the particle and the fluid. is the Boltzmann constant. is the characteristic temperature of the system. is a characteristic function of the form (where ), and f(i) is a dimensionless function that is known as the Smoluchowski kernel. It is a probability density function of the particle position, where the limits of integration are from 0 to (and where is a suitable constant). Derivation The equation follows from the Langevin equation, which is used to describe stochastic motion in a fluid. where is the coordinate of the particle, is the stochastic force, is the friction coefficient between the particle and the fluid, is the random velocity, is the random thermal force and is the random temperature. Solving the equation and using the fact that (due to the quasistatic approximation), we have: where is the standard deviation of (taken to be constant), is the mean-square displacement, is the mean-square velocity 2f7fe94e24