We set the mean values at [epsilon] = 20 and [sigma] = 0, 020, and then the reference

angular frequency is [[omega].sub.0] = 1.12 x [10.sup.8].

In Figure 1 magnetic stiffness [K.sub.Px], [K.sub.Py] and stiffness of supports [K.sub.sx], [K.sub.sy] as function of the

angular frequency [OMEGA] are showed.

PROPERTY ELECTRON rest mass m 9.10938356(11) x [10.sup.-31] kg energy E = [mc.sup.2] 0.5109989461(31) MeV

angular frequency 7.76344071 x [10.sup.20] Hz [omega] = E/[??] angular oscillation period 1.28808867 x [10.sup.-21] s [tau] = 1/[omega] angular wavelength 3.8615926764(18) x [10.sup.-13] m [lambda] = c/[omega] angular acceleration 2.327421 x [10.sup.29] [ms.sup.-2] a = c[omega] PROPERTY PROTON rest mass m 1.672621898(21) x [10.sup.-27] kg energy E = [mc.sup.2] 938.2720813(58) MeV

angular frequency 1.42548624 x [10.sup.24] Hz [omega] = E/[??] angular oscillation period 7.01515 x [10.sup.-25] s [tau] = 1/[omega] angular wavelength 2.1030891 x [10.sup.-16] m [lambda] = c/[omega] angular acceleration 4.2735 x [10.sup.32] [ms.sup.-2] a = c[omega]

Frequency sweep scans (dynamic testing) of the materials were recorded at 1% strain for

angular frequency ([omega]) range of 0.01-600 rad/s.

where [f.sub.m] = [f.sub.o] + (m - 1)[DELTA]f, (m = 1, 2, ..., M) is the emitted stepped frequency (SF) [1], [2] and [[omega].sub.m] is the corresponding emitted

angular frequency.

Therefore, for any m and n values, at least one [S.sub.11] zero of the extended filter will have a unity

angular frequency as can be seen in Figure 5 (detail).

Here we focus on the corner

angular frequency [[omega].sub.I] by the integral action in the I-PD controller which is given by [[omega].sub.I] = 1/[T.sub.i], where [T.sub.i] = [K.sub.p]/[K.sub.i].

where [c.sub.i]--stiffness coefficient, N/m; [[omega].sub.i]--the intrinsic

angular frequency, [s.sup.-1].

Ordinarily, [X.sub.out] is voltage (or current) dependent and the oscillator's

angular frequency [[Omega].sub.0] is different from the start-up frequency, meaning [X.sub.out] (v, [Omega]) [no equal to] [X.sub.out] ([v.sub.0], [[Omega].sub.0].

PROPERTY ELECTRON rest mass m 9.10938356(11) x [10.sup.-31] kg energy E = [mc.sup.2] 0.5109989461(31) MeV

angular frequency 7.76344071 x [10.sup.20] Hz [omega] = E/ft angular oscillation period 1.28808867 x [10.sup.-21] s [tau] = 1/[omega] angular wavelength 3.8615926764(18) x [10.sup.-13] m [lambda] = c/[omega] angular acceleration 2.327421 x [10.sup.29] [ms.sup.-2] a = c[omega] PROPERTY PROTON rest mass m 1.672621898(21) x [10.sup.-27] kg energy E = [mc.sup.2] 938.2720813(58) MeV

angular frequency 1.42548624 x [10.sup.24] Hz [omega] = E/ft angular oscillation period 7.01515 x [10.sup.-25] s [tau] = 1/[omega] angular wavelength 2.1030891 x [10.sup.-16] m [lambda] = c/[omega] angular acceleration 4.2735 x [10.sup.32] [ms.sup.-2] a = c[omega]

Figure 5a shows the plots of complex viscosity ([[eta].sup.*]) as a function of

angular frequency ([omega]) for all samples at 200[degrees]C.

A continuous lightwave emitted from the LD expressed as [E.sub.0] exp(j[w.sub.0]t), where E0 is the amplitude of the optical field, and [w.sub.0] = 2[pi][f.sub.0] is the

angular frequency of the optical carrier, is split into two branches, namely, I and II, by a 3-dB optical splitter.