You can download and install Cakewalk by BandLab for free and it will. It still can use TTS1 but there are way better VST’s than that old thing.

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According to the Cakewalk download page, your version is 3.14RC3, and you’re. TTS1 is a virtual instrument for the Cakewalk instrument player (VST) of.Ann Jones (referee)

Ann Jones (born 10 February 1936) is a female former swimmer who competed for Great Britain in the 1948 Summer Olympics and in the 1952 Summer Olympics. She was born in Stoke Newington, London.

British Olympic Association athlete profile

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Category:Swimmers at the 1950 British Empire GamesQ:

Derivation of these Integrals and their Related Identity

I’m trying to understand some of the results in the following paper (p. 48-49). They state that

We have \begin{align}
I(m)&:=\int_{0}^{\infty}r^{m-1}e^{ -r}\,dr \\

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Category:Software synthesizersEffect of caffeine on adenosine receptors: similarities to the vascular responses to adenosine.
Caffeine stimulates coronary blood flow in humans. Caffeine’s effect on coronary blood flow is mimicked by adenosine and is blocked by dipyridamole. Adenosine stimulates coronary blood flow in animals as well as man and produces coronary artery dilatation. Dipyridamole inhibits adenosine-induced coronary artery dilatation in dogs and coronary blood flow in humans. Caffeine enhances coronary blood flow in animals and antagonizes coronary artery dilatation in response to adenosine and to endogenous adenosine. Dipyridamole antagonizes caffeine’s enhancement of coronary blood flow in dogs. Adenosine’s stimulation of coronary blood flow has been postulated to be mediated by A2 and A1 receptors; therefore, the ability of caffeine and dipyridamole to antagonize adenosine’s effects would be consistent with the proposition that these effects are mediated through A2 and A1 receptors. The similarities in the actions of caffeine and adenosine and the antagonism of caffeine’s effects by dipyridamole may suggest that adenosine receptors are similar to A2 or A1 receptors.Q:

What is the character $\text{T}$?

I am unsure of the character $\text{T}$. It means the operation
$$\text{T} \cdot f(x)=f(\text{T}x)=f(x)$$
I can’t seem to find much information about it and I’m not sure if it is a “set symbol” or not. It seems to be a special character but I can’t put my finger on it!

A:

$T$ is a mnemonic for transpose. Symbolically, it is used as a notation for a change of basis. In a tensor product, you might denote the basis change $$\pmatrix{1&1\\0&0}$$
by the symbol $$\text{T}_{\pmatrix{1&1\\0&0}}$$
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