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PLATO: Predictive Latency-Aware Total Ordering Mahesh Balakrishnan, Ken Birman and Amar Phanishayee  

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PLATO: Predictive Latency-Aware Total Ordering Mahesh Balakrishnan, Ken Birman and Amar Phanishayee {mahesh, ken, amar}@cs.cornell.edu Department of Computer Science Cornell University Abstract PLATO of PLATO on the Emulab testbed, and show that it drives down deliv- ery latencies by more than a factor

Garlan, David

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Dr. Amar Gupta 1130 E. Helen Street # 417C, Tucson, AZ 85721  

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1 Dr. Amar Gupta 1130 E. Helen Street # 417C, Tucson, AZ 85721 gupta@arizona.edu; (520) 626-9842 I Prize Honorable Mention. Degree awarded by M.I.T. · Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, 1974

Arizona, University of

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Discriminative Accelerometer Patterns in Children Physical Activities Yang Mu, Henry Lo, Kevin Amaral, Wei Ding, Scott E. Crouter  

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Discriminative Accelerometer Patterns in Children Physical Activities Yang Mu, Henry Lo, Kevin Amaral, Wei Ding, Scott E. Crouter University of Massachusetts Boston INTRODUCTION: Physical activity (PA

Ding, Wei

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An Implementation of a Hopfield Network Kernel Jos'e N. Amaral, Guang Gao, Xinan Tang  

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An Implementation of a Hopfield Network Kernel on EARTH Jos'e N. Amaral, Guang Gao, Xinan Tang Abstract EARTH is a multithreaded program execution and architecture model that hides communication and synchronization latencies through fine­grain multithreading. EARTH provides a simple synchronization mechanism

Gao, Guang R.

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Which prior knowledge? Quantification of in vivo brain 13C MR spectra following 13C glucose infusion using AMARES.  

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The recent developments in high magnetic field 13C magnetic resonance spectroscopy with improved localization and shimming techniques have led to important gains in sensitivity and spectral resolution of 13C in vivo spectra in the rodent brain, enabling the separation of several 13C isotopomers of glutamate and glutamine. In this context, the assumptions used in spectral quantification might have a significant impact on the determination of the 13C concentrations and the related metabolic fluxes. In this study, the time domain spectral quantification algorithm AMARES (advanced method for accurate, robust and efficient spectral fitting) was applied to 13 C magnetic resonance spectroscopy spectra acquired in the rat brain at 9.4 T, following infusion of [1,6-(13)C2 ] glucose. Using both Monte Carlo simulations and in vivo data, the goal of this work was: (1) to validate the quantification of in vivo 13C isotopomers using AMARES; (2) to assess the impact of the prior knowledge on the quantification of in vivo 13C isotopomers using AMARES; (3) to compare AMARES and LCModel (linear combination of model spectra) for the quantification of in vivo 13C spectra. AMARES led to accurate and reliable 13C spectral quantification similar to those obtained using LCModel, when the frequency shifts, J-coupling constants and phase patterns of the different 13C isotopomers were included as prior knowledge in the analysis. PMID:22886985

Lanz, Bernard; Duarte, Joo M N; Kunz, Nicolas; Mlynrik, Vladimir; Gruetter, Rolf; Cudalbu, Cristina

2013-06-01

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Blind source separation for ambulatory sleep recording Fabienne Pore, Amar Kachenoura, Herv Gauvrit, Catherine Morvan, Guy Carrault,  

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, electromyogram, electrocardiogram, sleep disorders, sleep apnea syn- drome, polysomnography, home recording, sleep analysis, sleep staging. I. INTRODUCTION Beyond sleep disorders, sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) hasBlind source separation for ambulatory sleep recording Fabienne Porée, Amar Kachenoura, Hervé

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Magnetoencephalography with an atomic magnetometer H. Xia, A. Ben-Amar Baranga, D. Hoffman, and M. V. Romalisa  

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Magnetoencephalography with an atomic magnetometer H. Xia, A. Ben-Amar Baranga, D. Hoffman, and M and mapping of brain magnetic fields evoked by auditory stimulation with a noncryogenic magnetometer based and allows the use of a compact magnetic shield with a high shielding factor. The magnetometer sensitivity

Romalis, Mike

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E-Interview: Norma Fox Mazer.  

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Presents an interview with Norma Fox Mazer, a writer of children's books. Describes how she creates a story. Discusses how writing a story, whether a short story or a novel, is an intricate balance of character, event, and voice. (SG)

Angel, Ann

2001-01-01

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Teaching Labor Relations with "Norma Rae"  

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Undergraduate business students in North America are often unfamiliar with the labor organizing process and frequently fail to identify with the reasons why workers join unions. This article suggests a discussion exercise based on the 1979 film, "Norma Rae," by 20th Century Fox, as an effective tool for familiarizing students with fundamental

Taylor, Vicki Fairbanks; Provitera, Michael J.

2011-01-01

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Optimal Control of Sleep periods for Wireless terminals Amar Prakash Azad, Sara Alouf, Eitan Altman, Vivek Borkar and Georgios S. Paschos  

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1 Optimal Control of Sleep periods for Wireless terminals Amar Prakash Azad, Sara Alouf, Eitan, and we try to answer the fundamental question: what is the optimal sleep policy? Firstly, we study the mobile is sleeping and also a cost for waking up. We show that constant sleep periods are optimal

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Amar and Shamir Module maps to appear in Nucleic Acids Research Title: Constructing module maps for integrated analysis of heterogeneous biological  

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Acids Research 2 Abstract Improved methods for integrated analysis of heterogeneous large-scale omic for integrated analysis of heterogeneous biological networks Running title: From heterogeneous networks to module tool for deeper analysis of heterogeneous high throughput omic data. #12;Amar and Shamir ­ Module maps

Shamir, Ron

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Evidence for variation in the number of functional gene copies at the AmaR locus in Chinese hamster cell lines.  

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The hypothesis of functional hemizygosity has been examined for the alpha-amanitin resistant (AmaR, a codominant marker) locus in a series of Chinese hamster cell lines. AmaR mutants were obtained from different cell lines, e.g., CHO, DHW, M3- 1 and CHO-Kl, at similar frequencies. After fractionation of different RNA polymerase activities in the extracts by chromatographic procedures, the sensitivity of the mutant RNA polymerase II towards alpha-amanitin was determined. While all of the RNA polymerase II activity in mutant CHO and CHO-Kl lines became resistant to alpha-amanitin inhibition, only about 50% of the activity is highly resistant in AmaR mutants of CHW and M3- 1 cell lines. The remaining activity in the latter cell lines shows alpha-amanitin sensitivity similar to that seen with the wild-type enzyme. This behaviour is similar to that observed with a 1:1 mixture of resistant and sensitive enzymes from CHO cells. These results, therefore, strongly indicate that while only one functional copy of the gene affected by alpha-amanitin is present in CHO and CHO-Kl cells, two copies of this gene are functional in the CHW and M3-1 cell lines. PMID:730780

Gupta, R S; Chan, D Y; Siminovitch, L

1978-12-01

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New Jersey Institute of Technology Norma Y Rubio  

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New Jersey Institute of Technology Essex 07102 Norma Y Rubio srard@njit.edu 22-6000910 National and Engineering 47.070 01/01/2007 NJ-010 NJ-all01/01/2099 Professor New Jersey Institute of Technology Department. 075162990 #12;PhDDonald H Sebastian Sr. Vice President for R&D New Jersey Institute of Technology Research

Bieber, Michael

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Location of the Norma transient with the HEAO 1 scanning modulation collimator. [X ray source in Norma Constellation  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A precise position has been obtained for an X-ray transient source in Norma. The location uncertainty includes a variable star previously suggested to be the optical counterpart. This transient is associated with the steady X-ray source MX 1608-52 and probably with an X-ray burst source. A binary system containing a low-mass primary and a neutron-star or black-hole secondary of a few solar masses is consistent with the observations.

Fabbiano, G.; Gursky, H.; Schwartz, D. A.; Schwarz, J.; Bradt, H. V.; Doxsey, R. E.

1978-01-01

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5/6/09 9:35 AMAre there roaches in your coffee and chocolate? Bug Girl's Blog Page 1 of 5http://membracid.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/are-there-roaches-in-your-coffee-and-chocolate/  

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5/6/09 9:35 AMAre there roaches in your coffee and chocolate? « Bug Girl's Blog Page 1 of 5http://membracid.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/are-there-roaches-in-your-coffee-and-chocolate/ « Pollinator Action Alert: Farm Bill in Senate Are there roaches in your coffee and chocolate? The interwebs are abuzz from the NPR interview

Emlen, Douglas J.

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The interstellar (C-12)/(C-13) ratio toward Mu Normae  

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In this paper, the (C-12)/(C-13) ratio in the interstellar cloud toward the star Mu Normae (HD 149038) is determined by estimating the abundance of (C-13)H(+) relative to (C-12)H(+). The equivalent widths of the lines for these ions were determined at 4232 and 3957 A. For the (C-12)H(+) lines, these values were 26.988 + or - 0.108 mA at 4232 A and 15.561 + or - 0.250 mA, respectively, and for (C-13)H(+) the corresponding values were 0.556 + or - 0.0 mA and 0.202 + or - 0.171 mA. The (C-12)/(C-13) ratio obtained from the 4232 A line was 56.9 + or - 6.4, while that from the 3957 A line was 85 + or - 72. 19 refs.

Crane, P.; Lambert, D.L.; Palazzi, E. (European Southern Observatory, Munich (Germany, F.R.) Texas Univ., Austin (USA) CNR, Istituto di Studio e Tecnologie sulle Radiazioni Extraterrestri, Bologna (Italy))

1990-11-01

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NuSTAR Observations of the Norma Arm Region  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

One of the Galactic regions being surveyed by NuSTAR covers a 2 degree x 0.8 degree region of the Norma Arm that was observed with Chandra in 2011. This region was selected because its recent star formation and large number of OB associations make it a good place to search for and study X-ray sources associated with massive stars, such as high-mass X-ray binaries (HMXBs) and colliding wind binaries (CWBs). For the vast majority of sources in this region, the Chandra data are insufficient for constraining their individual spectral parameters and identifying their physical nature, but combining NuSTAR and Chandra data provides strong constraints on their X-ray properties. Roughly a third of the area surveyed by Chandra has been observed with NuSTAR to date, and we present preliminary results identifying the hard X-ray sources observed by both telescopes. We have obtained near-infrared spectra of the counterparts of some of these X-ray sources, which also facilitate their identifications. Although our analysis is ongoing, a significant fraction of sources appear to be intermediate polars, some are likely CWBs and HMXBs, and one may be a black hole binary.

Fornasini, Francesca; Tomsick, John; Bodaghee, Arash; Krivonos, Roman; Rahoui, Farid; Bauer, Franz E.; Corral-Santana, Jesus; Stern, Daniel

2014-08-01

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The Norma Arm Region Chandra Survey Catalog: X-Ray Populations in the Spiral Arms  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We present a catalog of 1415 X-ray sources identified in the Norma Arm Region Chandra Survey (NARCS), which covers a 2 0.8 region in the direction of the Norma spiral arm to a depth of ?20 ks. Of these sources, 1130 are point-like sources detected with >=3? confidence in at least one of three energy bands (0.5-10, 0.5-2, and 2-10 keV), five have extended emission, and the remainder are detected at low significance. Since most sources have too few counts to permit individual classification, they are divided into five spectral groups defined by their quantile properties. We analyze stacked spectra of X-ray sources within each group, in conjunction with their fluxes, variability, and infrared counterparts, to identify the dominant populations in our survey. We find that ~50% of our sources are foreground sources located within 1-2 kpc, which is consistent with expectations from previous surveys. Approximately 20% of sources are likely located in the proximity of the Scutum-Crux and near Norma arm, while 30% are more distant, in the proximity of the far Norma arm or beyond. We argue that a mixture of magnetic and nonmagnetic cataclysmic variables dominates the Scutum-Crux and near Norma arms, while intermediate polars and high-mass stars (isolated or in binaries) dominate the far Norma arm. We also present the cumulative number count distribution for sources in our survey that are detected in the hard energy band. A population of very hard sources in the vicinity of the far Norma arm and active galactic nuclei dominate the hard X-ray emission down to fX ? 1014 erg cm2 s1, but the distribution curve flattens at fainter fluxes. We find good agreement between the observed distribution and predictions based on other surveys.

Fornasini, Francesca M.; Tomsick, John A.; Bodaghee, Arash; Krivonos, Roman A.; An, Hongjun; Rahoui, Farid; Gotthelf, Eric V.; Bauer, Franz E.; Stern, Daniel

2014-12-01

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Gender and Development. Agendas and cultural impasses Norma Fuller Ph. D  

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Gender and Development. Agendas and cultural impasses Norma Fuller Ph. D This course examines the emergence, in the 1970s, of the field of Gender and Development; its research agenda and theoretical Objectives: 1. To introduce the students to the theory and practice of gender and development. 2. To reflect

Martin, Jeff

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Developing Urban Community Garden Projects1 Austen Moore, Amy Harder, and Norma Samuel2  

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WC139 Developing Urban Community Garden Projects1 Austen Moore, Amy Harder, and Norma Samuel2 1 or groups interested in starting urban community gardens and includes information about how to identify garden sites, build partnerships, engage community members, and develop a project overview. Urban

Jawitz, James W.

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Normas de uso de la cuenta de Facebook de La Universidad Rey Juan Carlos  

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Normas de uso de la cuenta de Facebook de La Universidad Rey Juan Carlos La página de Facebook de La Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (https://www.facebook.com/universidadreyjuancarlos) está destinada a dar información a los usuarios de Facebook que han mostrado su interés por nuestra página. Se puede

Rey Juan Carlos, Universidad

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1997/98 CSULB Catalog Latin American Studies 417 Norma Chinchilla  

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1997/98 CSULB Catalog · Latin American Studies · 417 Director Norma Chinchilla Phone (562) 985 (History) Jane Howell (Anthropology) Certificate in Latin American Studies (code 1-8090) Latin American- portunity to pursue courses leading to a Certificate in Latin American Studies. Courses used to meet

Sorin, Eric J.

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The population in the background of open clusters: Tracer of the Norma-Cygnus arm  

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We present colour-magnitude diagrams of open clusters, located in the range $112^\\circ populations in the background of clusters. Some of the populations are found to be located beyond the Perseus arm and may be the part of Norma-Cygnus (outer) arm. The outer arm seems to be continued from $l\\sim120^\\circ$ to $l\\sim235^\\circ$. The background populations follow the downward warp of the Galactic plane around $l\\sim240^\\circ$.

A. K. Pandey; S. Sharma; K. Ogura

2006-08-31

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Investigating CXOU J163802.6-471358: A New Pulsar Wind Nebula in the Norma Region?  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We present the first analysis of the extended source CXOU J163802.6-471358, which was discovered serendipitously during the Chandra X-ray survey of the Norma region of the Galactic spiral arms. The X-ray source exhibits a cometary appearance with a point source and an extended tail region. The complete source spectrum is fitted well with an absorbed power law model and jointly fitting the Chandra spectrum of the full source with one obtained from an archived XMM-Newton observation results in best fit parameters N H =1.5^{+0.7}_{-0.5}\\times 10^{23}\\, cm{^{-2}} and \\Gamma =1.1^{+0.7}_{-0.6} (90% confidence uncertainties). The unabsorbed luminosity of the full source is then L_X\\sim 4.8\\times 10^{33}d_{10}^2 erg s-1 with d 10 = d/10 kpc, where a distance of 10 kpc is a lower bound inferred from the large column density. The radio counterpart found for the source using data from the Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey epoch-2 shows an elongated tail offset from the X-ray emission. No infrared counterpart was found. The results are consistent with the source being a previously unknown pulsar driving a bow shock through the ambient medium.

Jakobsen, Simone J.; Tomsick, John A.; Watson, Darach; Gotthelf, Eric V.; Kaspi, Victoria M.

2014-06-01

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Investigating CXOU J163802.6-471358: a new pulsar wind nebula in the Norma region?  

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We present the first analysis of the extended source CXOU J163802.6--471358, which was discovered serendipitously during the {\\em Chandra} X-ray survey of the Norma region of the Galactic spiral arms. The X-ray source exhibits a cometary appearance with a point source and an extended tail region. The complete source spectrum is fitted well with an absorbed power law model and jointly fitting the {\\em Chandra} spectrum of the full source with one obtained from an archived {\\em XMM-Newton} observation results in best fit parameters $N_{\\rm H}$ $=1.5^{+0.7}_{-0.5}\\times10^{23} \\text{cm}{^{-2}}$ and $\\Gamma=1.1^{+0.7}_{-0.6}$ (90$%$ confidence uncertainties). The unabsorbed luminosity of the full source is then $L_X\\sim 4.8\\times10^{33}d_{10}^2$ergs s$^{-1}$ with $d_{10}=d/10$kpc, where a distance of 10 kpc is a lower bound inferred from the large column density. The radio counterpart found for the source using data from the Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey epoch-2 (MGPS-2) shows an elongated tail offset from the X...

Jakobsen, Simone J; Watson, Darach; Gotthelf, Eric V; Kaspi, Victoria M

2014-01-01

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Maria Adelaide Amaral ou a Crise da Classe Mdia Brasileira  

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guerrilha, ditadura introduzida pela personagem Paulo, evocada nas lembranas de Sergio e Lusa. Esta personagem vista como uma espcie de patrimnio da classe mdia alta, uma reserva de heroicidade, de aventura, de encanto. Mas, finalmente, ...

Ravetti, Graciela; Rojo, Sara

1996-10-01

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Neural Network Models for Antony Lam Amar Kaheja  

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Govindaraj School of Textiles and Materials Technology Philadelphia University Philadelphia, PA, 19144 E of fabric properties for the apparel textile industry and some industrial textile applications. This unique and production time will shrink. Drape prediction has been one of the biggest challenges to the textile industry

Raheja, Amar

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Uso das imagens ALOS-PALSAR pelo INPE Silvana Amaral  

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and Deforestation Polygons Deter (May-Aug/2008) Sinergismo entre dados ALOS/PALSAR ScanSAR e DETER ALOS/PALSAR Scan) Deforestation polygons mapped by DETER in May (yellow), June (cyan), July (blue), and August (black), 2008;Evolução Temporal do desmatamento & Deter Deter Jun/2008 #12;Palsar Temporal Spectral Deforestation

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Sleep Mode Analysis via Workload Decomposition Amar Prakash Azad  

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is applied to the problem of power saving for mobile devices in which the sleep durations of a device of energy achieved in power save mode, with constraints as QoS conditions to be met. An illustration. Our analysis allows us not only to optimize the system parameters for a given traffic intensity

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Abundant Molecular Gas and Inefficient Star Formation in Intracluster Regions: Ram Pressure Stripped Tail of the Norma Galaxy ESO137-001  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

For the first time, we reveal large amounts of cold molecular gas in a ram-pressure-stripped tail, out to a large "intracluster" distance from the galaxy. With the Actama Pathfinder EXperiment (APEX) telescope, we have detected 12CO(2-1) emission corresponding to more than 109 M ? of H2 in three H? bright regions along the tail of the Norma cluster galaxy ESO 137-001, out to a projected distance of 40 kpc from the disk. ESO 137-001 has an 80 kpc long and bright X-ray tail associated with a shorter (40 kpc) and broader tail of numerous star forming H II regions. The amount of ~1.5 108 M ? of H2 found in the most distant region is similar to molecular masses of tidal dwarf galaxies, though the standard Galactic CO-to-H2 factor could overestimate the H2 content. Along the tail, we find the amount of molecular gas to drop, while masses of the X-ray-emitting and diffuse ionized components stay roughly constant. Moreover, the amounts of hot and cold gas are large and similar, and together nearly account for the missing gas from the disk. We find a very low SFE (?dep > 1010 yr) in the stripped gas in ESO 137-001 and suggest that this is due to a low average gas density in the tail, or turbulent heating of the interstellar medium that is induced by a ram pressure shock. The unprecedented bulk of observed H2 in the ESO 137-001 tail suggests that some stripped gas may survive ram pressure stripping in the molecular phase. Based on observations made with ESO telescopes at La Silla Paranal Observatory under program ID 088.B-0934.

Jchym, Pavel; Combes, Franoise; Cortese, Luca; Sun, Ming; Kenney, Jeffrey D. P.

2014-09-01

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Benchmark Design for Robust Profile-Directed Optimization Paul Berube, Jose Nelson Amaral  

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of train- ing data. Used in this fashion, the principle behind profile- guided optimization techniques is likely the most sig- nificant performance evaluation tool for computer systems and compilers available of proper validation techniques for profile- guided optimizations have appeared in the literature. Given

Amaral, José Nelson

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Observation of the Inverse Cotton-Mouton Effect Andrei Ben-Amar Baranga,1,#  

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behind the polarizers to rotate the laser polarization when needed. Folding mirrors and a lens allowed of the measured effect on the laser power density and polarization, and on the static external magnetic field. We-Mouton Effect (ICME) is a magne- tization induced in a medium by a non resonant linearly polarized laser beam

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ELIZABETH H. AMARAL and H. ARNOLD CARR Experimental Fishing for Squid  

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- tucket Sound; 3) a concentrated effort to catch squid in the Sound using prior experience with weather. Artificial lights have pro- vided a means to concentrate these squid near the surface frequently enough to allow for commercial exploitation. The first documented attempt to use artificial lights to attract

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The Puzzle of quasi prima `almost before' and quasi dopo `almost Patrcia Amaral Fabio Del Prete  

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Prete Stanford University Università degli Studi di Milano Stanford University 1. A Puzzling Asymmetry adventure of T. Rocchi ended almost before it started.' Sentence (1a) means that Cocomerine pears have to be consumed soon, shortly after they have been picked. Sentence (1b) means that the adventure of T. Rocchi

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Optical fibers by butyl methacrylate reactive extrusion Berthet Romuald, Chalamet Yvan, Taha Mohamed*, Zerroukhi Amar  

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@univ-st-etienne.fr Abstract: A process for a poly(butyl methacrylate) optical fibers production by reactive extrusion of the different kinetic and process conditions on the reaction were analyzed in relation with the #12;2 residence to the polymerization of acetal,[1] styrene,[3] and lactam[4] but also to increase the molar mass of polyamide[5

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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A STUDY OF RANDOM WEYL TREES Luc Devroye and Amar Goudjil  

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of Computer Science, McGill University, 3480 University Street, Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6. The authors and Niederreiter (1974)). Mike Steele has pointed out that the credit should perhaps go to Bohl (1909), but we information regarding the permutation structure of the Weyl se­ quence, and is a fundamental tool

Devroye, Luc

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Dr. Amar H Flood Chemistry Dept, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA  

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. To these ends, we employ easy-to-make triazole receptors that form unexpectedly strong CH hydrogen bonds crystals of aryl-triazole adsrobates. Finally, new studies aimed at generalizing CH hydrogen bonding

Shoubridge, Eric

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NORMAS GERAIS PARA INGRESSO POR TRANSFERNCIA EXTERNA  

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, do qual conste: A forma de ingresso (vestibular, ENEM, transferência externa, concurso de títulos ou do exame de seleção. Se for ENEM basta esta informação e o ano da realização do exame. Relação das

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NORMAS GERAIS PARA INGRESSO POR TRANSFERNCIA EXTERNA  

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, do qual conste: A forma de ingresso / processo seletivo (vestibular, ENEM, transferência externa da realização do exame de seleção. Se for ENEM basta esta informação e o ano da realização do ENEM

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9780199605835 03-Ben-Amar-c03 BenAmar (Typeset by SPi) 65 of 94 March 4, 2011 12:50 OUP UNCORRECTED PROOF REVISES, 4/3/2011, SPi  

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, particulate suspensions, and many biolog- ical fluids, form a broad class of liquids whose mechanical observed the emergence of large-scale vortices and jets in suspensions of swimming B. subtilis develop these ideas, which from the basics of non-Newtonian fluid mechanics. We then focus on the two main

Shelley, Michael

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Neural and Behavioral Substrates of Mood and Mood Richard J. Davidson, David A. Lewis, Lauren B. Alloy, David G. Amaral,  

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research. THE CONSISTENT FINDINGS ABOUT DEPRESSION. First, depression is a highly recurrent disorder, Jerome Kagan, Jay L. McClelland, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, and Bradley S. Peterson A review of behavioral, in particular, that new research is required that brings together traditions that have developed rela- tively

Wisconsin at Madison, University of

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In Defense of Soundiness: A Manifesto Ben Livshits, Manu Sridharan, Yannis Smaragdakis, Ondej Lhotk, J. Nelson Amaral, Bor-Yuh  

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, the dominant practice is one of treating soundness as an engineering choice. In all, we are faced consistent traits, while also integrating a sharp discontinuity. On the one hand, typical realistic analysis

Guyer, Samuel Z.

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Towards a storage system for connected homes Trinabh Gupta (UT Austin) Amar Phanishayee Jaeyeon Jung Ratul Mahajan  

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--PreHeat uses occupancy sensing to efficiently heat homes [19]; a DigiSwitch display supports elders who reside cars driving by several times) in the neighborhood by sharing security camera images [4]. To facilitate

Hunt, Galen

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Module identification in bipartite and directed networks Roger Guimer, Marta Sales-Pardo, and Lus A. Nunes Amaral  

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Plant-animal mutualistic networks 21,22 , one set represents animal species and the other set represents plant species. Links indicate mutualistic relationships between ani- mals and plants for example

Fienberg, Stephen E.

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Cairo as neoliberal capital? in Cairo Cosmopolitan, D. Singerman and P. Amar (eds), AUC Press, 2006, pp. 47-71  

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the heat, nor the muffled noise of the congested streets have penetrated his air-conditioned limousine to this currency devaluation of which no one knows the way out, or the disappearance of foreign exchange

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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avid Amaral wanted to watch the young brain take shape. He thought that studying post-mortem brains under the micro-  

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their child has died, a time of inconsolable grief, and fetal brains are available only after an abortion, Massachusetts. Asking parents to donate a child's brain to research is emotionally fraught. Some researchers say that it is time to put aside the taboos. Brain child NATURE.COM Readmoreaboutthe adolescentbrainat go

Nguyen, Danh

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LISTA DAS NORMAS EXISTENTES NA BCE (ULTIMA ATUALIZAO 25/04/2011)  

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NBR 5627 NOV/1980 Exigências particulares das obras de concreto armado e protendido em relação à inicial NBR 5735 JUL/1991 Cimento Portland de alto-forno NBR 5738 JAN/2004 Concreto - Procedimento para moldagem e cura de corpos-de- prova NBR 5739 MAIO/2007 Concreto - Ensaios de compressão de corpos

Maier, Rudolf Richard

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Enchantment under the sea: An intelligent enviroment Norma Elva Chvez, Rodrigo Savage  

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's job is not only to select songs, it is also to create shared moods; Their goal is to comprehend applications in the market that allow the DJ to have mobility and be freed from being in a confined restricted space (see e.g., Nokia's DJ Mixer, or DJ Rig for IPhone) . The drawback of these applications

California at Santa Barbara, University of

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PROYECTO FITNET (European Fitness for Service Network) : Hacia una norma europea de Integridad estructural  

Microsoft Academic Search

There are many structural assessment procedures which are used in Europe (R6, R5, API579, BS7910, A16, SINTAP...). Some of them are limited to specific areas (SINTAP only covers fracture, R5 studies the high temperature response of structures, A16 covers fatigue...) and the others are more general. In any case, there is no any unified european procedure to treat the different

S. Cicero; J. A. lvarez; F. Gutirrez-Solana

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La Lengua Escrita como Norma Fonetica (The Written Language as Phonetic Norm)  

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A collectivity can be defined by the verbal instrument which binds it together. By extension of this thought of Marshall MacLuhan, the importance of the written language as normative for the uniformity, universality and preservation of the phonetic system of the language is discussed. (Text is in Spanish.) (AMH)

Diaz-Plaja, Guillermo

1977-01-01

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NORMA E. CONNER, PhD, RN University of Central Florida College of Nursing  

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and Palliative Care, 11, 82-90.* Conner, N. E. and Eller, L.S. (2004). Spiritual perspective, needs and nursing Nurse, Wheeling Community Home Care and Hospice, Wheeling WV Staff Nurse (Oncology), St. Anthony use among Blacks: Applying Andersen's Behavioral Model. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative

Wu, Shin-Tson

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CONVOCATORIADECARTELES(CITUPAS) 2012 SESIN DE CARTELES. Se deben tener en cuenta las siguientes normas  

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CONVOCATORIADECARTELES(CITUPAS) 2012 1 SESI?N DE CARTELES. Se deben tener en cuenta las.Los carteles serán expuestos desde las 9:00 horas hasta las 19 horas, y deberán ser resguardados en la sala audiovisual al final de la jornada. 3. Los carteles a exponer el jueves 29 y viernes 30 de

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Ric and Dawn Duques Hall & Norma Lee and Morton Funger Hall ABOUT THE DUQUES FAMILY  

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to breakout rooms, faculty and student lounges, and study areas. · The first floor of Duques Hall features underground parking levels with 194 parking spaces. #12;Duques Hall, Olgethorpe Great Hall Project The project · Parking: 194 Parking spaces are provided on two underground levels below Funge

Vertes, Akos

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Mandibular shape analysis in fossil hominins: Fourier descriptors in norma lateralis.  

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Biological shape can be defined as the boundary of a form in 2-space (R(2)). An earlier study (Lestrel et al., 2010, HOMO-J. Comp. Hum. Biol.) of the cranial vault found that there were statistically significant differences between each of the three groups: H. erectus, H. heidelbergensis, and H. neanderthalensis compared with H. sapiens. In contrast, there was no statistically significant difference among the first three groups. These results suggest that these three groups may have formed single evolving lineage while H. sapiens represents a separate evolutionary development. The purpose of the current research was to discern if the mandible reflected a similar pattern as the cranial vault data. This study used lateral jpeg images of the mandible. Five fossil samples were used: A. robustus (n=7), H. erectus (n=12), H. heidelbergensis (n=4), H. neanderthalensis (n=22) and H. sapiens (n=61). Each mandible image was pre-processed with Photoshop Elements. Each image was then submitted to a specially written routine that digitized the 84 points along the mandible boundary. Each mandible was fitted with elliptical Fourier functions (EFFs). Procrustes superimposition was imposed to insure minimum shape differences. The mandible results largely mirrored the earlier cranial vault study with one exception. Statistically significant results were obtained for the mandible between the H. erectus and H. neanderthalensis samples in contrast to the earlier cranial vault data. F-tests disclosed that the statistical significance was limited to the anterior symphysis of the mandible. This mosaic pattern may be explained by the reduction in prognathism with the concomitant if rudimentary development of the chin as seen in H. neanderthalensis compared to H. erectus. PMID:23769600

Lestrel, P E; Wolfe, C A; Bodt, A

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FOUR HIGHLY LUMINOUS MASSIVE STAR-FORMING REGIONS IN THE NORMA SPIRAL ARM. I. MOLECULAR GAS AND DUST OBSERVATIONS  

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We report molecular line and dust continuum observations, made with the Swedish-ESO Submillimeter Telescope, toward four young high-mass star-forming regions associated with highly luminous (L>6x10{sup 5}L{sub odot}) Infrared Astronomical Satellite sources (15290-5546, 15502-5302, 15567-5236, and 16060-5146). Molecular emission was mapped in three lines of CS (J = 2 -> 1, 3 -> 2, and 5 -> 4), two lines of SiO (J = 2 -> 1 and 3 -> 2), two rotational transitions of CH{sub 3}OH (J{sub k} = 3{sub k} -> 2{sub k} and 2{sub k} -> 1{sub k}), and in the C{sup 34}S(J = 3 -> 2) line. In addition, single spectra at the peak position were taken in the CO(J = 1 -> 0), {sup 13}CO(J = 1 -> 0), and C{sup 18}O(J = 1 -> 0) lines. We find that the luminous star-forming regions are associated with molecular gas and dust structures with radii of typically 0.5 pc, masses of {approx}5 x 10{sup 3} M{sub sun}, column densities of {approx}5 x 10{sup 23} cm{sup -2}, molecular hydrogen densities of typically {approx}2 x 10{sup 5} cm{sup -3}, and dust temperatures of {approx}40 K. The 1.2 mm dust continuum observations further indicate that the cores are centrally condensed, having radial density profiles with power-law indices in the range 1.9-2.3. We find that under these conditions dynamical friction by the gas plays an important role in the migration of high-mass stars toward the central core region, providing an explanation for the observed stellar mass segregation within the cores. The CS profiles show two distinct emission components: a bright component, with line widths of typically 5 km s{sup -1} (FWHM), and a weaker and wider velocity component, which typically extends up to +-13 km s{sup -1} from the ambient cloud velocity. The SiO profiles also show emission from both components, but the intensity of the pedestal feature relative to that of the bright component is stronger than for CS. The narrow SiO component is likely to trace warm ambient gas close to the recently formed massive stars, whereas the high velocity emission indicates mass outflows produced by either the expansion of the H II regions, stellar winds, and/or collimated outflows. We find that the abundances of CS, CH{sub 3}OH, and SiO, relative to H{sub 2}, in the warm ambient gas of the massive cores are typically 4 x 10{sup -8}, 6 x 10{sup -9}, and 5 x 10{sup -11}, respectively.

Garay, Guido; Mardones, Diego; Bronfman, Leonardo; May, Jorge; Chavarria, Luis [Departamento de Astronomia, Universidad de Chile, Camino del Observatorio 1515, Las Condes, Santiago (Chile); Nyman, Lars-Ake [European Southern Observatory, Casilla 19001, Santiago (Chile)

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Avaliacin, cualificacin e reclamacins 19/12/2013 Pxina 1 de 24 NORMAS DE AVALIACIN, REVISIN E RECLAMACIN DAS  

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universitario, aprobado polo Real decreto 1791/2010, do 30 de decembro. Marco xeral que se formula respectando RECLAMACI�N DAS CUALIFICACI�NS DOS ESTUDOS DE GRAO E MESTRADO UNIVERSITARIO Aprobada polo Consello de Goberno do 19 de decembro de 2013 Modificada polo Consello de Goberno do 30 de abril de 2014 Modificada

Fraguela, Basilio B.

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Procedimiento de validacin de magnitudes bioqumicas en un gasmetro. Aplicacin al alcance flexible en la Norma ISO 15189  

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ObjectivesDesigning a 4 biochemical parameters validation procedure in a gasometer versus an accredited analyzer. This procedure is simple, robust and acceptable according to the standard ISO 15189: 2007 and that can serve as flexible accreditation method.

Francisco A. Bernabeu Andreu; M. A. Corcho Robleda; Mauricio Redondo Fernndez; Liliana Sivera Monz; M. Carmen Coca Martn; Ignacio Arribas Gmez

2010-01-01

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Interplanetary Space Weather and Its Planetary Connection Norma Crosby, Volker Bothmer, Rainer Facius, Jean-Mathias Griemeier, Xenophon Moussas, Mikhail  

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as realistic as when our ancestors started to cross the oceans. With curiosity driving humans to visit other is to establish a first Mars colony within the next decades. For this type of scenario it is now timely to address the terrestrial magnetosphere, as well as being a possible host for the first space colony in our solar system

Mendillo, Michael

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The Changing Global Distribution of Malaria: A Review  

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The Changing Global Distribution of Malaria: A Review Amar Hamoudi and Jeffrey D. Sachs CID Working Paper no. 2 The Changing Global Distribution of Malaria: A Review Amar Hamoudi and Jeffrey D. Sachs Abstract Organized efforts to reduce the burden of malaria are as old as human societies. Understanding

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The present study is an attempt to methodologica lly analyse the role played by the print media in highlighting a social movement. The coverage of the two prominent Hindi dailies, Amar Ujala & Dainik Jagran (Meerut Editions), was critically assessed in propagating  

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(BKU) movement in Western Uttar Pradesh. The Researcher, himself, was a mainstream journalist during the BKU movement, and got an opportunity to cover the movement, comprehensively, from its inception in 1987 to 1990 which is also a time frame of our study. As required of a proper methodological study, an elaborate Content Analysis of the newspapers was done. Other data

Bhartiya Kisan

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Comparison of Oxygen-Bomb Combustion with Standard Ignition Techniques for Determining Author(s): William A. Reiners and Norma M. Reiners  

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Comparison of Oxygen-Bomb Combustion with Standard Ignition Techniques for Determining Total Ash. http://www.jstor.org #12;COMPARISON OF OXYGEN-BOMB COMBUSTION WITH STANDARD IGNITION TECHNIQUES samples by oxygen- bomb combustion and by a simple muffle-furnacetechnique. The influence of using

Minnesota, University of

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Cambios en la capacidad del Estado para enfrentar las violaciones de las normas laborales: los talleres de confeccin de prendas de vestir en Buenos Aires  

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Developing the capacity for states to enforce labor law is a key challenge to regulating decent work. Dominant accounts of state capacity, however, suggest that the principal components of state enforcement capacity are ...

Amengual, Matthew

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A review of "Law, Crime and English Society, 1660-1830" by Norma Landau and "Crime, Gender and Social Order in Early Modern England" by Garthine Walker  

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,? an effective strategy was to describe being rescued by another man, since it ?was part of an established genre of the romance narrative and was coded as a positive means by which women might escape rape? (57). The power of seemingly trivial liter- ary...,? an effective strategy was to describe being rescued by another man, since it ?was part of an established genre of the romance narrative and was coded as a positive means by which women might escape rape? (57). The power of seemingly trivial liter- ary...

Sherman, Donovan

2010-01-01

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Indian comics as public culture  

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The Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) series of comic books have, since 1967, dominated the market for domestic comic books in India. In this thesis, I examine how these comics function as public culture, creating a platform around ...

Das, Abhimnanyu, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2009-01-01

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Titan ATEP Alum List 2012-13 LAST FIRST YR AFFILIATION SITE E-MAIL  

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_alamar@yahoo.com Allies Tyson GA Disneyland (St Joseph Hospital) Anaheim, CA tallies@csu.fullerton.edu Amaral Mike 92 Academy Quantico, VA missaugustatc@gmail.com Avitabile Joe 03 Disneyland (St Joseph Hospital) Anaheim, CA

de Lijser, Peter

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What Is a Science Notebook?  

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Student science notebooks are advocated by researchers who believe that writing in science enhances student understanding of science content and process skills (Amaral et al. 2002; Campbell and Fulton, 2003; Klentschy and Molina-De La Torre 2004; Rivard a

Klentschy, Michael P.

2008-04-01

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INTELLIGENT SPECULATION FOR PIPELINED MULTITHREADING  

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INTELLIGENT SPECULATION FOR PIPELINED MULTITHREADING NEIL AMAR VACHHARAJANI A DISSERTATION the applicability and scalability of the pipelined multi-threading paradigm. By speculatively breaking these cycles multiple threads. To demonstrate the effectiveness of speculative pipelined multi-threading

Lee, Jae W.

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Vent fluid chemistry of the Rainbow hydrothermal system (36N, MAR): Phase equilibria and in situ pH controls on subseafloor alteration processes  

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The Rainbow hydrothermal field is located at 3613.8?N3354.15?W at 2300m depth on the western flank of a non-volcanic ridge between the South AMAR and AMAR segments of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The hydrothermal field consists of 1015 active chimneys that emit high-temperature (?365C) fluid. In July 2008, vent fluids were sampled during cruise KNOX18RR, providing a rich dataset that extends in

W. E. Seyfried; Nicholas J. Pester; Kang Ding; Mikaella Rough

2011-01-01

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Defective RNA polymerase II in the G1 specific temperature sensitive hamster cell mutant TsAF8.  

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TsAF8 is a temperature-sensitive (TS) mutant of BHK21 cells that arrests at nonpermissive temperatures in the mid-G1 phase of the cell cycle. TsAmaR-1 is a TS for growth mutant of CHO cells with a Ts- and alpha-amanitin-resistant (AmaR) RNA polymerase II activity. Hybrid TsAmaR-1 x TsAF8 cell lines were constructed at permissive temperatures. Such hybrid cells did not grow at nonpermissive temperatures; the two TS mutations did not complement. Two different AmaR derivatives of TsAF8 were isolated. Each contained only AmaR polymerase II activity, indicating that this RNA polymerase II gene locus in TsAF8 is functionally hemizygous, as would be expected for a locus in which the recessive TsAF8 mutation had occurred. One of these AmaR isolates of TsAF8 had at. Two different AmaR derivatives of TsAF8 were isolated. Each contained only AmaR polymerase II activity, indicating that this RNA polymerase II gene locus in TsAF8 is functionally hemizygous, as would be expected for a locus in which the recessive TsAF8 mutation had occurred. One of these AmaR isolates of TsAF8 had a partially reverted TS+ phenotype. Taken together these results suggest that the TS mutation in TsAF8 is in RNA polymerase II. PMID:7462338

Shales, M; Bergsagel, J; Ingles, C J

1980-12-01

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Forecasting ARIMA models for atmospheric vineyard pathogens in Galicia and Northern Portugal: Botrytis cinerea spores.  

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Botrytis cinerea is the cause of the most common disease in the Galician and Portuguese vineyards. Knowledge of the spore levels in the atmosphere of vineyards is a tool for forecasting models of the concentration of spores in order to adjust the phytosanitary treatments to real risk infection periods. The presented study was conducted in two vineyards, one located in Cenlle (Spain) and other in Amares (Portugal), from 2005-2007. A volumetric trap, model Lanzoni VPPS-2000, was used for the aerobiological study. Phenological observations were conducted on 20 vines of three grape varieties in Cenlle (Treixadura, Godello and Loureira) and in Amares (Trajadura, Loureiro and Pedern), by using the BBCH scale. The highest total spore concentrations during the grapevine cycle were recorded in 2007 in both locations (Cenlle:16,145 spores; Amares:1,858 spores), and the lowest, in 2005 in Cenlle (1,700 spores) and in Amares (800 spores) in 2006. In Cenlle, the best adjusted model was an ARIMA (0,2,2), including the relative humidity four days earlier, while in Amares there was an ARIMA (1,2,3), considering the relative humidity three days earlier and rainfall two days earlier. The t-test showed no significant difference between observed and predicted data by the model. PMID:22742797

Fernndez-Gonzlez, Mara; Rodrguez-Rajo, Francisco Javier; Jato, Victoria; Aira, Mara Jess; Ribeiro, Helena; Oliveira, Manuela; Abreu, Iida

2012-01-01

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Contrast-modulated noise shows an adaptable, rectifying, contrast-comparison process ("Buffy adaptation") Columbia University, Department of Psychology, New York, NYS. Sabina Wolfson, Stephanie Pan, Gauri Wable & Norma Graham  

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the recent average contrast) and rectifies (on the contrast ­ not luminance ­ dimension). Previously we have TestAdapt Adapt contrast = 50% A closer look at these three thresholds... "vertical" "horizontal rectifies on the contrast dimension (not the luminance dimension) and its zero-point changes (adapts) based

Columbia University

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Theatre Notes  

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excepcin y la regla El matrimonio de los pequeos burgueses Libre-panoramas olvidados Se administra justicia La cesta del buhonero La ms fuerte Eva no estuvo an en el paraso y collage El oso-el aniversario El camalen del pastor Monlogo-Laurencia...

Editors

1973-10-01

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El fracaso de la voluntad en las comedias de Luisa Josefina Hernndez.  

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confiesa a Bernardo, un joven de su edad que est enamorado de ella y a quien ve todos los das clan destinamente. Ella no es capaz de negarse al matrimonio con Juan Manuel: "Voy a casarme con la persona a quien ms desprecio y no puedo evitarlo...

Brann, Sylvia J.

1973-10-01

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bbkThe Birkbeck magazine Issue 23, Spring 2008 A clean sweep  

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channels and how they can interact with different drug compounds to see if we can alter how they act," says Genet Amare also has a lot to celebrate after going into labour during her final exam last year. She tells her story on page 16. Meanwhile we also hear from Ann Jackson, Mayor of Tower Hamlets

Crawford, Ian

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BOLLYWOOD FILMS The Media and Reserve Library, located in the lower level west wing, has over 13,000 videotapes, DVDs and audiobooks covering a multitude of  

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students can check out videotape, DVD and audiobook titles in the Media and Reserve Library collection us at 414-229-4673. Libraries Aankhen DVD-5195 Amar Akbar Anthony DVD-5078 Anand DVD-5044 Aradhana DVD-5033 Baiju Bawra DVD-5387 Bandit Queen DVD-5032 Bobby DVD-5176 Brave Heart Will Take the Bride DVD

Saldin, Dilano

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affected by NR manipulation. Infusion of AP5 selectively into the hippocampus im-  

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proportion of aged individ- uals exhibit deficits of memory recall (38). In early Alzheimer patients- dictor of Alzheimer disease (39, 40). Normal aging produces a CA3-selective pattern of neurochemical, 1978). 2. L. R. Squire, Psychol. Rev. 99, 195 (1992). 3. D. G. Amaral, M. P. Witter, Neuroscience 31

Larson, Kristine

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People | Poster  

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Amar Klar holds the novel in which his research on yeast genetics was accurately described by the author, who is not a scientist and has never even met Klar. In his right hand, Klar holds a photo of himself that was taken in 1979 at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where he performed the research.

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Multiple Grammars: Old Wine in Old Bottles  

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Amaral and Roeper (this issue; henceforth A&R) argue that all speakers -- regardless of whether monolingual or bilingual -- have multiple grammars in their mental language representations. They further claim that this simple assumption can explain many things: optionality in second language (L2) language behaviour, multilingualism, language

Sorace, Antonella

2014-01-01

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(Computer & Systems Sciences) TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH  

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tell the truth with probability 3/4 and lie with probability 1/4. Amar watches a test match and talks of intelligent inhabitants: the Blues (who always tell the truth), the Whites (who always lie), and the Pinks (who, when asked a series of questions, start with a lie and then tell the truth and lie alternately

Bhalla, Upinder S.

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Separation of Ownership from Control and Acquiring Firm Performance: The Case of Family Ownership in Canada  

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* The authors gratefully acknowledge support from the Research Alliance in Governance and Forensic Accounting funded within the Initiative on the new economy program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The usual disclaimer applies. Walid Ben-Amar is assistant professor at the Management School of the University of Ottawa, 136, Jean Jacques Lussier, Ottawa, Ontario K1N

Walid Ben-Amar; Paul Andre

2005-01-01

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A framework for modelling fish and shellfish responses to future climate change  

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Hollowed, A. B., Bond, N. A., Wilderbuer, T. K., Stockhausen, W. T., A'mar, Z. T., Beamish, R. J., Overland, J. E., and Schirripa, M. J. 2009. A framework for modelling fish and shellfish responses to future climate change. - ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 000-000. A framework is outlined for a unified approach to forecasting the implications of climate

Anne Babcock Hollowed; Nicholas A. Bond; Thomas K. Wilderbuer; William T. Stockhausen; Z. T. A'mar; Richard J. Beamish; James E. Overland; Michael J. Schirripa

2009-01-01

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The Multiple Grammars Theory and the Nature of L2 Grammars  

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This article offers the author's commentary on the Multiple Grammar (MG) language acquisition theory proposed by Luiz Amaral and Tom Roeper in the present issue and touches on other second language acquisition research. Topics discussed include the concept of second language (L2) optionality, a hypothesis regarding the acquisition of the

Liceras, Juana M.

2014-01-01

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Annual Report of Academic Activities July 1, 2010--June 30, 2011  

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. Amaral, Ph.D. 4 Melissa Bauman, Ph. 7 Khyati Brahmbratt, M.D. 8 Cameron S. Carter, M.D. 9 Prabhakara, M.D. 23 Ladson Hinton, M.D. 24 Debra Kahn, M.D. 27 Alan Koike, M.D., M.S.H.S. 28 Oladipo Kukoyi, M

Yoo, S. J. Ben

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Annual Report of Academic Activities July 1, 2011--June 30, 2012  

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David G. Amaral, Ph.D. 8 Melissa Bauman, Ph.D. 12 Khyati Brahmbratt, M.D. 13 Cameron S. Carter, M.D. 14.D. 38 Lee Jones, M.D. 39 Alan Koike, M.D., M.S.H.S. 40 Russell Lim, M.D., Med. 41 Francis Lu, M.D. 44

Yoo, S. J. Ben

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Multiple Grammars and MOGUL  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Optionality is a central phenomenon in second language acquisition (SLA), for which any adequate theory must account. Amaral and Roeper (this issue; henceforth A&R) offer an appealing approach to it, using Roeper's Multiple Grammars Theory, which was created with first language in mind but which extends very naturally to SLA. They include

Truscott, John

2014-01-01

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PUBLISHED IN IEEE/ASME TRANSACTIONS ON MECHATRONICS, VOL. 14, NO. 4, AUGUST 2009 1 Doppler-based Ground Speed Sensor Fusion and  

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, Fa¨iz Ben Amar and Jean-Claude Guinot, Member, IEEE Abstract--High speed unmanned ground vehicles or in path tracking. The concept of high velocity for ground vehicles depends on the vehicle itself-based Ground Speed Sensor Fusion and Slip Control for a Wheeled Rover Damien Lhomme-Desages, Christophe Grand

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications Vol. 10, No. 3 (2011) 269293  

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ELSHAFEI,¶, ABDULAZEEZ ABDULRAHEEM, and ABDULAZIZ AL-MAJED, Systems Engineering Department King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, KSA Petroleum Engineering Department King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, KSA amar@kfupm.edu.sa §ajadioloso@yahoo.co.uk ¶elshafei@kfupm.edu.sa aazeez

Al-Majed, Abdulaziz Abdullah

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Recent Publications of F. James Rohlf Journal articles  

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of morphological outcomes after facial surgery. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 62:42-47. 146 Amaral, Ana R., M. Manuela(1):1-3. 139 Friess, Martin, F. J. Rohlf, and Hsiao Hongwei. 2004. Quantitative assessment of human body shape-Dimensional Image Capture and Applications VI ­ Proceedings of SPIE. Volume 5302. 140 Rohlf, F. J. 2004. Preface. Pp

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Computer Physics Communications 121122 (1999) 126128 www.elsevier.nl/locate/cpc  

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variability [3­6]. Contrary to what we would naively expect [7], the human heart rate is not a stable quantity. Even at rest, the human heart rate shows high variability (cf. Fig. 1(a)). We study this variability rate variability by stochastic feedback Luís A. Nunes Amaral a,1, Ary L. Goldberger b, Plamen Ch

Stanley, H. Eugene

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Creating Markets for New Vaccines Part I: Rationale  

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* I am grateful to Daron Acemoglu, Philippe Aghion, Martha Ainsworth, Susan Athey, Abhijit Banerjee, Amie Batson, David Cutler, Sara Ellison, Sarah England, John Gallup, Chandresh Harjivan, Eugene Kandel, Jenny Lanjouw, Sendhil Mullainathan, Ariel Pakes, Ok Pannenborg, Sydney Rosen, Andrew Segal, Scott Stern, and especially Amir Attaran, Rachel Glennerster, and Jeffrey Sachs for very extensive comments. Amar Hamoudi, Jane Kim,

Michael Kremer

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" Upper Egyptian Regionally Based Communities in Cairo: Traditional or Modern Forms of Urbanization?"  

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?" Edited version in D. Singerman and P. Amar (eds.), Cairo Cosmopolitan. Politics, Culture and urban space Egypt) and al-rîf ( rural areas, meaning here Northern rural Areas) to Cairo should be regulated and limited in order to preserve the urban stability. Apparently, nobody from Northern Rural Egypt dare

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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DNA-Mediated Transfer of an RNA Polymerase II Gene: Reversion of the Temperature-Sensitive Hamster Cell Cycle Mutant TsAF8 by Mammalian DNA  

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Treatment of the TsAF8 temperature-sensitive (TS) mutant of Syrian hamster BHK-21 cells, with calcium phosphate precipitates of genomic TS+ DNAs from a variety of mammalian cell lines permitted the selection of TS+ colonies at 40C. TS+ transformation events were distinguished from spontaneous TS+ reversions in experiments in which ?-amanitin-sensitive (AmaS) TS+ DNA was used to transform an AmaR derivative of TsAF8 cells and AmaR TS+ DNA was used to transform AmaS TsAF8 cells. In each case it was possible to demonstrate the unselected acquisition of the appropriate AmaS or AmaR phenotype with the selected TS+ allele. Each of these TS+ transformed cell lines when grown at 40C contained an RNA polymerase II activity with a sensitivity to inhibition by ?-amanitin characteristic of the particular DNA used to transform the TS cells, whereas at 34C the same cells contained a mixture of AmaR and AmaS polymerase II activities. Together, these data provide convincing evidence that the RNA polymerase II gene determining sensitivity to inhibition by ?-amanitin can be transferred to TsAF8 cells and that the TS defect in TsAF8 is a polymerase II mutation. PMID:14582161

Ingles, C. James; Shales, Michael

1982-01-01

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Linear Regression and Best Fit  

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This lesson, created by Amar Patel of the University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, introduces simple linear regression with several Excel spreadsheet examples such as temperature versus cricket chirps, height versus shoe size, and laziness versus amount of television watched. These activities require class participation. This would be a great interactive lesson for a classroom studying statistics.

Patel, Amar

2009-01-22

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2014 Undergraduate Research Conference Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium  

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: Fabrication and Characterization of HSA Microcapsules Author: Christopher Blais Advisor: Nivedita R Gupta Chemistry Project Title: Radically-Exchangeable Alkoxyamines as Heat-Responsive Crosslinkers for Polymeric: How Does Snowpack Evolution Affect Climate? Author: Tristan Amaral Advisors: Cameron Wake and Jack

New Hampshire, University of

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Emitter Position and Velocity Estimation Given Time and Frequency Differences of Arrival  

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Emitter Position and Velocity Estimation Given Time and Frequency Differences of Arrival Alon Amar of an emitter given time and frequency differences of arrival acquired by a passive sensor array. By jointly Emitter localization using a passive sensor array continues to attract attention and interest due to its

Langendoen, Koen

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Reaching extended length scales and time scales in atomistic simulations via spatially parallel temperature-accelerated dynamics  

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We present a method for performing parallel temperature-accelerated dynamics TAD simulations over extended length scales. In our method, a two-dimensional spatial decomposition is used along with the recently proposed semirigorous synchronous sublattice algorithm of Shim and Amar Phys. Rev. B 71, 125432 2005. The scaling behavior of the simulation time as a function of system size is studied and compared

Yunsic Shim; Jacques G. Amar; B. P. Uberuaga; A. F. Voter

2007-01-01

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Reaching extended length scales and time scales in atomistic simulations via spatially parallel temperature-accelerated dynamics  

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We present a method for performing parallel temperature-accelerated dynamics (TAD) simulations over extended length scales. In our method, a two-dimensional spatial decomposition is used along with the recently proposed semirigorous synchronous sublattice algorithm of Shim and Amar [Phys. Rev. B 71, 125432 (2005)]. The scaling behavior of the simulation time as a function of system size is studied and compared

Yunsic Shim; Jacques G. Amar; B. P. Uberuaga; A. F. Voter

2007-01-01

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Consumption and gastric evacuation in juvenile red drum Sciaenops ocellatus (Linnaeus): Estimation of prey type effects and validation of field-based  

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. Several recent examples highlight the successful incorporation of predator­prey interactions in multispecies age-structured population models and their potential to inform management (A'mar et al., 2010 ecosystem processes. Direct mortality induced by predation can alter prey demographics and potentially limit

Scharf, Fred

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Breaking Through the Bottleneck Transportation to Make Stewart a Viable New York Airport  

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makes SWF a more viable air travel choice to passengers and airlines alike. Keywords - airportBreaking Through the Bottleneck Transportation to Make Stewart a Viable New York Airport Amar.edu Abstract­The city of New York is served by the largest and busiest airport complex in the world. The three

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Forma: A Framework for Safe Automatic Array University of Alberta  

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, YAOQING GAO, RA´UL SILVERA IBM Toronto Software Laboratory, and JOS´E NELSON AMARAL University of Alberta, and are more suitable for hardware stream prefetching. Forma consists of a field-sensitive alias analyzer experimental study compares different data reshap- ing strategies in two dimensions: (1) how the data structure

Amaral, José Nelson

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UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASLIA (UnB) PROGRAMA UNIVERSIDADE ABERTA DO BRASIL (UAB)  

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/ 10001636, Domingas Pereira da Cruz / 10008397, Fabiana Rosa do Amaral / 10001803, Faustina Pereira da Cunha / 10004368, Flavia Danieli Santos Rodrigues / 10001274, Glaucineia Lemos Vicente / 10002204, Janaina Pereira candidato em ordem alfabética. 10003292, Eric Douglas Ribeiro da Silva / 10002938, Jucicleide Pereira

Maier, Rudolf Richard

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Candidatos selecionados por ordem alfabtica Aldo Roberto Pereira  

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PPGAU UFSC Candidatos selecionados por ordem alfabética Aldo Roberto Pereira Ana Lúcia Moraes Ana Fernando Lauro Pereira Fernando Ramos Lebgler Glória Silva do Amaral Isabel Machado Canabarro Isabela Moreira Rosemar da Silva Sandra Regina Velasques Pereira Walquiria Martins Suplentes (por ordem de

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REGISTER STACK AND OPTIMAL ALLOCATION INSTRUCTION  

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to have been able to work with professor Amaral, who showed dedication and passion for his work. I thank not have been written without the right environment. I sincerely thank all my labmates Thomas Geiger, Mark Butala, Chris Morrone, Rishi Kumar, Hongbo Yang, Mark Legutko, Andres Marquez, Adalberto Castelo, Chuan

Gao, Guang R.

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Eta Kappa Nu General Meeting 1  

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Page, founder of Google ·Eric Schmidt, CEO Google ·Amar Bose, inventor of the Bose Speakers ·Sabeer two. DO NOT HIT SUBMIT. (Do not pay the $32 IEEE member fee.) www.hkn.ece.ufl.edu hkn@ece.ufl.edu #12

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Publications Dawson, G., Jones, E., Merkle, K., Venema, K., Lowy, R., Faja, S., Kamara, D., Murias, M., Greenson, J., Winter, J.,  

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intervention is associated with normalized brain activity in young children with autism. Journal Model (ESDM)­Based Parent Intervention on Toddlers at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Randomized). Intervention for infants and toddlers with autism spectrum disorders. In D. G. Amaral, G. Dawson, & D. H

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Constructing module maps for integrated analysis of heterogeneous biological networks  

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for integrated analysis of heterogeneous large-scale omic data are direly needed. Here, we take a networkConstructing module maps for integrated analysis of heterogeneous biological networks David Amar. Our study demonstrates that module maps are a powerful tool for deeper analysis of heterogeneous high

Shamir, Ron

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Jack A Gilbert B.Sc. Ph.D. Argonne National Laboratory  

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. Journal of Bacteriology. 194 (24) 6986-6987. #12;5. Robbins R, Amaral-Zettler L, Bik H, Blum S, Edwards J HLE. Journal of Bacteriology 194 (22), 6355-6355. 7. Sangwan N, Lata P, Dwivedi V, Singh A, Niharika N

Kemner, Ken

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Why the Information Explosion Can Be Bad for Data Mining, and  

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Peter van der Putten1 , Joost N. Kok2 and Amar Gupta3 1 Introduction and motivation One may claim that the exponential growth in the amount of data provides great opportunities for data mining. Reality can was quite popular and controversial, with a number of initial applications in economic statistics in the US

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Noise Genetics: Inferring Protein Function by Correlating Phenotype with Protein Levels and Localization in  

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Noise Genetics: Inferring Protein Function by Correlating Phenotype with Protein Levels and Localization in Individual Human Cells Shlomit Farkash-Amar1 , Anat Zimmer1 , Eran Eden1 , Ariel Cohen1 , Naama-target effects or compensation by other genes. Here, we offer a complementary approach, called noise genetics. We

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El problema de comunicacion en Stfano de Armando Discpolo  

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jerga italianizadael cocoliche sino segn una norma coloquial argentina, dialecto que se diferencia bastante de la norma culta del espaol literario. Este lenguaje tan descollante de Stfano es uno de los elementos fundamentales de su textura. La...," estrenado el 26 de abril de 1928, en el Teatro Cmico de Buenos Aires. Para las obras literarias de cualquier gnero existen normas lingsticas y estructurales. Si un autor rompe con los convenios que constituyen estas normas, se puede decir que tal...

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Serre fotovoltaiche Attenti alle perdite; Stanghellini: il calo produttivo non da poco  

Microsoft Academic Search

Gli installatori di pannelli fotovoltaici hanno nel mirino gli ortoflorovivaisti che gestiscono serre. Costoro, per contro, sono alla ricerca di sistemi atti a far loro recuperare la marginalit perduta in questi anni di crisi. Un matrimonio che s'ha da fare? Meglio di no. A sconsigliarlo Cecilia Stanghellini, docente d'orticoltura in serra presso l'Universit di Wageningen in Olanda, che ha

L. Contri; C. Stanghellini

2010-01-01

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Reframing the Non-University Sector in Europe: Convergence or Diversity?  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this context, and within the framework of the Bologna Process, the question is: What diversity looms in the future? The\\u000a diversity of higher education was assumed in the past to be of growing importance in the management of systems and institutions,\\u000a and was considered as a positive dynamic (Amaral et al. 2006; Teichler 2002). Authors such as Stadtman (1980)

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Europhys. Lett., 57 (5), pp. 625631 (2002) EUROPHYSICS LETTERS 1 March 2002  

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and to diagnose sleep disorders. However, the total wake time during a long period of nocturnal sleep is actuallyEurophys. Lett., 57 (5), pp. 625­631 (2002) EUROPHYSICS LETTERS 1 March 2002 Dynamics of sleep-wake transitions during sleep C.-C. Lo1 , L. A. Nunes Amaral1,2 , S. Havlin3 , P. Ch. Ivanov1,2 , T. Penzel4 , J

Stanley, H. Eugene

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Small-world characteristics in geographic, epidemic, and virtual spaces : a comparative study  

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, such as an airline network (Amaral et al. 2000), subway network (Latora and Marchiori 2002), railway network (Sen et al. 2003) urban street network (Jiang 2004), and Internet (Gorman and Kulkarni 2004), despite their distinct structures, are small-world networks... to connection topology, location, distance, and geography are all vital aspects of these spatial networks (Gorman and Kulkarni 2004). The dissertation, emphasizing the small-world characteristics in spatial networks, intends to bridge the gap between the new...

Xu, Zengwang

2007-09-17

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The History of the El Nio - Southern Oscillation according to lacustrine and marine sediments  

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El gran impacte que El Nio ? Oscillaci del Sud (ENSO) t en\\u000ala nostra societat industrialitzada ha esperonat la comunitat\\u000acientfica d'arreu a entendre quins sn els mecanismes fsics\\u000aque el controlen, aix com clarificar quina ha estat la seva histria.\\u000aEl registre sedimentari de sensors naturals, com els llacs o la\\u000amar, ha perms reconstruir la histria de

Santiago Giralt; Ana Moreno Caballud; Roberto Bao; Alberto Sez Ruiz; Blas L. Valero-Garcs; J. J. Pueyo; B. B. Klosowska; Armand Hernndez; Penlope Gonzlez-Sampriz; Conxita Taberner

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Orchids along transects II & IV of the Inter-Oceanic Highway. Photos by Q. Lake, RM-Roman-Cuesta, W. Nauray. Oxford University Expedition 2008. Members: David Rueger, Theresa Meacham, Quintin Lake, Norma Salinas, William Nauray, Rosa Maria Romana.Botanica  

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Orchids along transects II & IV of the Inter-Oceanic Highway. Photos by Q. Lake, RM-Roman-Cuesta, W transects II & IV of the Inter-Oceanic Highway. Photos by Q. Lake, RM-Roman-Cuesta, W. Nauray. Oxford? Dodson & R. Vásquez #12;Orchids along transects II & IV of the Inter-Oceanic Highway. Photos by Q. Lake

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Errores Estndar De Medida Condicionales para las Normas Metropolitanas de la Adaptacin Chilena Del EPQ-R: Aplicacin de un Modelo Binomial a un Test de Personalidad Conditional Standards of the Error of Measurement for the Chilean Norms of the EPQ- R: Applying a Binomial Model to a Personality Test  

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The Standard Error of Measurement (SEM) is an index of precision of an examinee's test score. The SEM, however, is not constant throughout the full range of scale scores. Both theoretical and empirical studies indicate that the SEM is smaller for scores near the extremes of the scoring scale and larger near the middle of the scale. A value of

Ren Gempp Fuentealba

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Exchange Rate Policy for a Small Developing Country, and the Selection of an Appropriate Standard (Politique du taux de change pour un petit pays en développement et sélection d'un étalon approprié) (Política de tipos de cambio de un país pequeño en desarrollo y elección de una norma cambiaria adecuada)  

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This paper examines two questions: (a) What basket of currencies should a small developing country use as the exchange rate standard for its currency? and (b) When are discretionary changes of the value of its currency against the standard warranted? The exchange rate policy of a small, price-taking country cannot influence the terms-of-trade fluctuations imposed upon it by deviations from

Leslie Lipschitz

1979-01-01

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GIANT: A Cytoscape Plugin for Modular Networks  

PubMed Central

Network analysis provides deep insight into real complex systems. Revealing the link between topological and functional role of network elements can be crucial to understand the mechanisms underlying the system. Here we propose a Cytoscape plugin (GIANT) to perform network clustering and characterize nodes at the light of a modified Guimer-Amaral cartography. This approach results into a vivid picture of the a topological/functional relationship at both local and global level. The plugin has been already approved and uploaded on the Cytoscape APP store. PMID:25275465

Cumbo, Fabio; Paci, Paola; Santoni, Daniele; Di Paola, Luisa; Giuliani, Alessandro

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Una aplicacin de la teora de eleccin social al mecanismo de solucin de controversias del TLC  

Microsoft Academic Search

La teora de eleccin social (TES) analiza procedimientos y normas de decisin colectiva en funcin de las preferencias individuales. En su forma contempornea ms general, a partir de Arrow (1951) este proyecto ha sido definido axiomticamente con gran precisin y economa analtica, y en su dominio de aplicaciones potenciales incluye desde sistemas de votacin para elecciones y comits hasta normas

John Scott

1992-01-01

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University of Houston Degrees Offered Degree Program College Dept Coordinator  

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- Interpersonal Communication LASS COMM Suzanne Buck BA Communication - Journalism LASS COMM Suzanne Buck BA Science LASS POLS Victor Mote BA Psychology LASS PSYC Linda Acitelli BA Sociology LASS SOC Tracy Karner BA - Exercise Science EDUC HHP Norma Olvera BS Kinesiology - Movement & Sports Studies EDUC HHP Norma Olvera BS

Azevedo, Ricardo

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/ Redoma de Hoyo de la Puerta. A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. Frente al: NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB 1.- El conductor es el responsable de la unidad usuarios como del conductor: mantener las normas de educación y buenas costumbres, emplear un tono de voz y

Vásquez, Carlos

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AM 06:00 06:20 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:20 AM 06:20 AM 06:20 AM 06:20 AM 06:20  

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del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. Frente al Terminal de Pasajeros. 3.- Son obligaciones, tanto de los usuarios como del conductor: mantener las normas de educación y buenas costumbres. Exceptuando las situaciones de emergencia. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB Sede

Vásquez, Carlos

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR Decanato de Estudios Profesionales  

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Ingeniería Mecánica), Elías Tahhan (Coordinador de Matemáticas), Rosa Virginia Ocaña (Coordinadora de por el Consejo Directivo de la USB el 13 de Mayo de 2009, las NORMAS PARA LA REALIZACI?N DE ACTIVIDADES DE INTERCAMBIO INTERNACIONAL POR PARTE DE ESTUDIANTES DE PREGRADO DE LA USB. Estas normas tienen

Vásquez, Carlos

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FORMULRIO DE SOLICITAO DE DEFESA Ao Conselho da CAP,  

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Nandamudi L. Vijaykumar Rafael Duarte Coelho dos Santos Reinaldo Roberto Rosa Rita de Cássia Meneses Aplicada -> Regimento do Curso Ver as Atas e as Normas). 3. Ler as regras de composição de bancas RE_002 Normas). 4. Orientadores e discente devem atualizar seus Currículos (CV) Lattes. 5. Dissertação de

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Universidad aUtnoma metropolitana-Xochimilco Universidad de GUadalajara  

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latinoamericana y del Caribe norma del río lugo y ricardo fletes corona (coordinadores) #12;Introducción 9 norma Diálogos sobre la infancia en la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional 163 rosa maría nashiki angulo, Germán

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This article was downloaded by: [the Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford] On: 24 September 2013, At: 05:50  

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in tropical montane cloud forests near the Andean treeline Imma Oliveras a , Yadvinder Malhi a , Norma Salinas-Loaiza b , Israel Cuba-Torres b , Nohemi Lizarraga-Morales b & Rosa-Maria Román-Cuesta c a Environmental, Norma Salinas, Vicky Huaman, Erickson Urquiaga-Flores, Jose Kala- Mamani, Jose Antonio Quintano

Malhi, Yadvinder

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OFFICIAL APPROVED MINUTES June 11, 2014 ECSS 2.102 9:00 a.m.  

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, Jay Jascott, Richard Jordan, Nick McCormick, Jayar Howard Medlock, Amber Miles, Richard Mills, Norma Rollerson, Jinger Rosa-Booth, Alice Salazar, Paul Smith, Becky Wiser Guests: Sandee Goertzen, Nate Howe Scholarship Awards Norma Richardson announced the winners of the spring staff council scholarship. i. Diana

O'Toole, Alice J.

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AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 AM 06:00 PM 01:00 02:30 PM 02:30 PM 02:30 PM 02:30 PM 02:30  

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/ Redoma de Hoyo de la Puerta. A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. Frente al) / Redoma de Charallave (Est Serv. BP) / Autopista Regional del Centro. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE las normas de educación y buenas costumbres, emplear un tono de voz y vocabulario adecuados y, en

Vásquez, Carlos

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Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile Escuela de Ingeniera  

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: Roger Mellado Rosa Serrano Profesor: Hugh Rudnick #12;2 Índice de Contenidos 1. Introducción de hoy, debido a los cambios implementados por la Norma Técnica de Seguridad y Calidad de Servicio enfoque global, se expondrá la experiencia en otros países, la existencia de normas y maneras de llevar

Rudnick, Hugh

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AM 05:10 05:20 06:15 AM 05:20 06:00 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 05:20 07:30 AM 06:20 07:20 AM 05:30 AM 05:20 AM 05:20  

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Hoyo de la Puerta. A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. Frente al Terminal normas de educación y buenas costumbres, emplear un tono de voz y vocabulario adecuados y, en general. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB GUATIRE / USB GUARENAS GUATIRE SAN ANTONIO / USB

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AM 05:10 05:30 06:15 AM 05:20 06:00 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 AM 05:10 06:30 07:30 AM 06:20 07:20 AM 05:30 AM 05:20 AM 05:20  

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Puerta. A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. Frente al Terminal de Pasajeros de los usuarios como del conductor: mantener las normas de educación y buenas costumbres, emplear un Serv. BP) / Autopista Regional del Centro. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB 1

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Consejo Asesor del Decanato de Estudios Tecnolgicos Acta 09-2011 Pg. 1 de 6 UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR  

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Litoral; la TSU. Ana Rosa Ibañez, Asesora del Decano y el Lic. William Contreras, Asistente al Decano. Por Normas y Procedimientos del Decanato de Estudios Tecnológicos y las Coordinaciones Docente. 6. Programa Sometido a consideración el Orden del Día, se decide diferir el punto relacionado con el Manual de Normas y

Vásquez, Carlos

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AM 06:30 AM 05:10 06:00 AM 06:30 AM 06:30 AM 06:30 PM 02:30 03:30 PM 02:30 04:05 PM 02:30 PM 02:30 PM 02:30  

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Centro / Redoma de Hoyo de la Puerta. A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa Regional del Centro. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB 1. Queda prohibido reservar normas de educación y buenas costumbres, emplear un tono de voz y vocabulario adecuados y, en general

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Sublattice parallel replica dynamics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Exascale computing presents a challenge for the scientific community as new algorithms must be developed to take full advantage of the new computing paradigm. Atomistic simulation methods that offer full fidelity to the underlying potential, i.e., molecular dynamics (MD) and parallel replica dynamics, fail to use the whole machine speedup, leaving a region in time and sample size space that is unattainable with current algorithms. In this paper, we present an extension of the parallel replica dynamics algorithm [A. F. Voter, Phys. Rev. B 57, R13985 (1998), 10.1103/PhysRevB.57.R13985] by combining it with the synchronous sublattice approach of Shim and Amar [Y. Shim and J. G. Amar, Phys. Rev. B 71, 125432 (2005), 10.1103/PhysRevB.71.125432], thereby exploiting event locality to improve the algorithm scalability. This algorithm is based on a domain decomposition in which events happen independently in different regions in the sample. We develop an analytical expression for the speedup given by this sublattice parallel replica dynamics algorithm and compare it with parallel MD and traditional parallel replica dynamics. We demonstrate how this algorithm, which introduces a slight additional approximation of event locality, enables the study of physical systems unreachable with traditional methodologies and promises to better utilize the resources of current high performance and future exascale computers.

Martnez, Enrique; Uberuaga, Blas P.; Voter, Arthur F.

2014-06-01

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Geology and metallogeny of the Ar Rayn terrane, eastern Arabian shield: Evolution of a Neoproterozoic continental-margin arc during assembly of Gondwana within the East African orogen  

USGS Publications Warehouse

The Neoproterozoic Ar Rayn terrane is exposed along the eastern margin of the Arabian shield. The terrane is bounded on the west by the Ad Dawadimi terrane across the Al Amar fault zone (AAF), and is nonconformably overlain on the east by Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks. The terrane is composed of a magmatic arc complex and syn- to post-orogenic intrusions. The layered rocks of the arc, the Al Amar group (>689 Ma to ???625 Ma), consist of tholeiitic to calc-alkaline basaltic to rhyolitic volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks with subordinate tuffaceous sedimentary rocks and carbonates, and are divided into an eastern and western sequence. Plutonic rocks of the terrane form three distinct lithogeochemical groups: (1) low-Al trondhjemite-tonalite-granodiorite (TTG) of arc affinity (632-616 Ma) in the western part of the terrane, (2) high-Al TTG/adakite of arc affinity (689-617 Ma) in the central and eastern part of the terrane, and (3) syn- to post-orogenic alkali granite (607-583 Ma). West-dipping subduction along a trench east of the terrane is inferred from high-Al TTG/adakite emplaced east of low-Al TTG. The Ar Rayn terrane contains significant resources in epithermal Au-Ag-Zn-Cu-barite, enigmatic stratiform volcanic-hosted Khnaiguiyah-type Zn-Cu-Fe-Mn, and orogenic Au vein deposits, and the potential for significant resources in Fe-oxide Cu-Au (IOCG), and porphyry Cu deposits. Khnaiguiyah-type deposits formed before or during early deformation of the Al Amar group eastern sequence. Epithermal and porphyry deposits formed proximal to volcanic centers in Al Amar group western sequence. IOCG deposits are largely structurally controlled and hosted by group-1 intrusions and Al Amar group volcanic rocks in the western part of the terrane. Orogenic gold veins are largely associated with north-striking faults, particularly in and near the AAF, and are presumably related to amalgamation of the Ar Rayn and Ad Dawadimi terranes. Geologic, structural, and metallogenic characteristics of the Ar Rayn terrane are analogous to the Andean continental margin of Chile, with opposite subduction polarity. The Ar Rayn terrane represents a continental margin arc that lay above a west-dipping subduction zone along a continental block represented by the Afif composite terrane. The concentration of epithermal, porphyry Cu and IOCG mineral systems, of central arc affiliation, along the AAF suggests that the AAF is not an ophiolitic suture zone, but originated as a major intra-arc fault that localized magmatism and mineralization. West-directed oblique subduction and ultimate collision with a land mass from the east (East Gondwana?) resulted in major transcurrent displacement along the AAF, bringing the eastern part of the arc terrane to its present exposed position, juxtaposed across the AAF against a back-arc basin assemblage represented by the Abt schist of the Ad Dawadimi terrane. Our findings indicate that arc formation and accretionary processes in the Arabian shield were still ongoing into the latest Neoproterozoic (Ediacaran), to about 620-600 Ma, and lead us to conclude that evolution of the Ar Rayn terrane (arc formation, accretion, syn- to postorogenic plutonism) defines a final stage of assembly of the Gondwana supercontinent along the northeastern margin of the East African orogen. ?? 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Doebrich, J.L.; Al-Jehani, A. M.; Siddiqui, A.A.; Hayes, T.S.; Wooden, J.L.; Johnson, P.R.

2007-01-01

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Sen. Doc. No. 03-011 REPORT OF THE CHANCELLOR'S TASK FORCE  

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OF THE TASK FORCE Norma Jean Anderson Carlin Barton Jo-Anne Vanin (Co-Chair) Robert Gage Gregory Hungerford Jennifer Lee Bernette Melby Martha Nelson Barbara O'Connor Jose Ornelas Robert Sinclair (Co-Chair) Jeannine

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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February 14, 2004 PSYCHO? LOGICAL? BULLETIN  

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Teasers 1. Joan 2. Lara 3. Cibu 4. Jarrod 5. Sarah N. 6. Stefani 7. Scott 8. Norma 9. Elida 10. Miriam 11 ASSOCIATED PRESS Co-editors: Stefani Nellen and Joan Knihnicki The graduate student team "Teen Girl Squad

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INTER-AND INTRA-INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH  

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dance work that used both modern and ballet techniques Collaborators include: David Byrne, Billy Joel, the Martha Graham Dance company, the Joffrey Ballet, Milos Forman, Elvis Costello, Norma Kamali #12;A clearly

Berdichevsky, Victor

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elife.elifesciences.org Voskoboynik et al. eLife 2013;2:e00569. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.00569 1 of 24  

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The genome sequence of the colonial chordate, Botryllus schlosseri Ayelet Voskoboynik1,2 *, Norma F Neff3, United States Abstract Botryllus schlosseri is a colonial urochordate that follows the chordate plan

Quake, Stephen R.

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ANALYSIS OF HYDROPONIC FERTILIZER MATRIXES FOR PERCHLORATE: COMPARISON OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES  

EPA Science Inventory

Seven retail hydroponic nitrate fertilizer products, two liquid and five solid, were comparatively analyzed for the perchlorate anion (ClO4-) by ion chromatography (IC) with suppressed conductivity detection, complexation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (cESI-MS), norma...

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VICE CHANCELLOR RESEARCH Michael Witherell  

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Repatriation Organized Research Units (ORU) Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight (ESCRO) Norma Marquez Subjects Conflict of Interest Biosafety Stem Cell Research Export Control Research Misconduct RepatriationVICE CHANCELLOR RESEARCH Michael Witherell ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR RESEARCH Karen Hanson

California at Santa Barbara, University of

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FACTORS AFFECTING SENSITIVITY OF CHEMICAL AND ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF MARINE EMBAYMEMTS TO NITROGEN LOADING  

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This paper summarizes an ongoing examination of the primary factors that affect sensitivity of marine embayment responses to nitrogen loading. Included is a discussion of two methods for using these factors: classification of embayments into discrete sensitivity classes and norma...

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The representation and perception of visual motion: to integrate or not to integrate  

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Kiorpes. I would like to thank my examiners: Norma Graham and Bart Krekelberg. I would like to thank my Vision: Jose Acosta, Eizaburo Doi, Rob Dotson, Chaitu Ekanad- ham, Rosa Figueras, Jeremy Freeman, Deep

Simoncelli, Eero

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR VICERRECTORADO ADMINISTRATIVO  

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VICTORIA: A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. GUARENAS: Frente al Terminal de - Coche / Tazón / Redoma de Hoyo de la Puerta. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB 1

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Memoria para a verificacin do Mestrado universitario en Lingstica  

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Humanidades CONJUNTO CONVENIO S� HABILITA PARA EL EJERCICIO DE PROFESIONES REGULADAS NORMA HABILITACI�a Rosa P�rez Rodr�guez Tipo Documento N�mero Documento NIF: 36048363-A DOMICILIO C�DIGO POSTAL MUNICIPIO

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Message from the Dean I am very pleased to present the 2000-2001 Bulletin of the Imperial Valley  

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Alfred Merino, Ed.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs .......................Academic Affairs Rosa Barbara Macci-Trethewey Arturo Benavent Niaz Mohamed Robertta J. Burns Sergio Noriega Harold Carter Norma

Gallo, Linda C.

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Ex. Consulta Local material de  

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pedagógicas Lilian Blanck de Oliveira Elcio Cecchetti Rosa Assunta de Cezario Simone Riske-Koch (organizadores CFB/CRB Programa Mobilizador Cordenadoria de Biblioteconomia/CED/UFSC Norma internacional para

Floeter, Sergio Ricardo

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UNIVERSIT JOSEPH FOURIER pour obtenir le grade de  

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, Julio Moreno, Irma Ramirez, Patricia Quintero, Norma Pacheco, Sonia Meneses, Carmen Villarreal, Daniel spécialement à Migdia, Carmen, Rosa, et Juan, qui ont toujours cru en moi et qui m'ont soutenue tout ou long de

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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IMPERIAL VALLEY SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY  

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.......................Academic Affairs Rosa Elena Moreno, M.A., Assistant Dean for Student Affairs............................. Student Douglas Paul Harold Carter Dr. William Quan Margarita De Necochea Norma Saikhon Dick Foss Joe Schmitt Bob

Gallo, Linda C.

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Espm 155 Fall 2006 1 ESPM 155 Society & Natural Resources: A Political Ecology Approach  

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: Resources on Crops, Production, Processing and Related Associations Guest Speaker: Norma Kobzina, Librarian at Empaque, Santa Rosa" pages:193-198. (9) Tuesday, September 26 Science and Meaning Asquith, Pamela J. 1996

Silver, Whendee

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Staff Phone Email Room Support Amadeo-Holl, Jennifer 588-0303 jennifer@nber.org NBER, 1050  

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, Coordinator, ASG Kelso, Paul 495-2167 pkelso@fas.harvard.edu Litt 109 EC 10 Course Coordinator La Rosa, Lauren-5877 alebrun@fas.harvard.edu Litt 111 Lecturer, Concentration Advisor McEvoy, Norma 868-3905 normam

Chen, Yiling

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FORMULRIO DE SOLICITAO DE EXAME DE QUALIFICAO Ao Conselho da CAP,  

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Rosa Rita de Cássia Meneses Rodrigues Sandra Aparecida Sandri Sidnei João Siqueira Sant' Anna Solon Aplicada -> Regimento do Curso Ver as Atas e as Normas). 3. Orientadores e discente devem atualizar seus

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VIGENCIA: DESDE 19/09/2011 UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR HASTA 09/12/2011  

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VICTORIA: A nivel del Peaje (Redoma). GUATIRE: Centro Comercial de la Rosa. GUARENAS: Frente al Terminal de - Coche / Tazón / Redoma de Hoyo de la Puerta. NORMAS PARA EL USO DEL TRANSPORTE ESTUDIANTIL DE LA USB 1

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Consejo Asesor del Decanato de Estudios Tecnolgicos Acta 13-2011 Pg. 1 de 4 UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR  

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); Lic. Vilma Parra (Jefe del Departamento de Desarrollo Estudiantil); TSU. Ana Rosa Ibáñez (Asesora al Manual de Organización del Decanato, y el Manual de Normas y Procedimientos con un plan de 16 de

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con la partecipazione di Zonta Club Portofino Tigullio e Zonta Club Genova Uno  

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- zionale della norma contenuta nell'articolo 7 della Legge 17 luglio 1919 n. 1176, che escludeva le donne, costituito per iniziativa di Gigliola Corduas, Gerardo Marotta, Carla Mazzuca Poggiolini, Rosa Oliva, per le

Robbiano, Lorenzo

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR VICERRECTORADO ACADMICO  

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: Josefina Flórez Díaz (Decana), Otilia Rosas y Aniuska Kazandjian (Coordinadoras Ciclo Profesional), Claudia VICERRECTORADO ACAD?MICO DECANATO DE ESTUDIOS GENERALES 5.- Normas generales para las inscripciones y

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Message from the Dean It is with great pleasure that we present the 2002-2003 Bulletin of  

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Affairs....................... Academic Affairs Rosa Elena Moreno, M.A., Assistant Dean for Student Harold Carter Norma Saikhon Margarita De Necochea Abdel Salem Michael Horne Joe Schmitt Ruben Lopez Jim

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NT/cc D.R. n. 8015 Commissioni giudicatrici delle procedure di valutazione comparativa  

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professori universitari di ruolo e dei ricercatori a norma dell'art. 1 della legge 3 luglio 1998 n. 210 degli Studi di MILANO, Facoltà di MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA; LIMINA Rosa Maria, Ricercatore (componente

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Message from the Dean It is with great pleasure that we present the 2001-2002 Bulletin of the  

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Affairs Rosa Elena Moreno, M.A., Assistant Dean for Student Affairs .............................Student Harold Carter Norma Saikhon Margarita De Necochea Abdel Salem Herschel Hudson Jim Semmes Ruben Lopez Mary

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The University of Texas at Arlington Undergraduate Assembly Minutes  

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Watson X James Welch X Jim Williams X Judy Wilson X Beth Wright X Gergely Zaruba X Approval of Minutes Rachel Crosson ** X David Mack Manfred Cuntz X Dana Dunn X James Epperson X Sergio Espinosa X Norma

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The University of Texas at Arlington Undergraduate Assembly  

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x Brent Sasley x Antoinette Sol ** x Jackie Stodnick x #12;Chunke Su x Larry Watson x James Welch x Cuntz x Dana Dunn x Shelley Smith James Epperson x Sergio Espinosa x Norma Figueroa x Jennifer Fox x

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Remediation of Coordination Deficits in Youth with Minimal Cerebral Dysfunction.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

The research to develop an accurate assessment tool to diagnose minimal cerebral dysfunction in children discovered that the Devereaux Test of Extremity Coordination (DTEC) is able to discriminate between children with minimal brain dysfunction and 'norma...

G. E. DeHaven, J. D. Bruce, D. C. Bryan

1971-01-01

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UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTNOMA DE MXICO FACULTAD DE ESTUDIOS SUPERIORES ARAGN  

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gestión ISO-9000 09:00 a 12:00 Autocad 3D, principios de modelado 19:00 a 21:00 Autodesk Inventor a las normas ISO:9000 09:00 a 11:00 Lunes, Miercoles y Viernes del 20 al 27 de Enero del 2012 Autodesk:00 a 21:00 Interpretación y análisis de requisitos de la norma de calidad ISO-9001:2008 09:00 a 12

Islas, León

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Abolicin de la propiedad: Mexican Experimental Theatre.  

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about the prophetic conversations, especially the last one; but when she tries to play the tape for him, only music is heard. Everio is incredulous, denying he would ever harm her, but the subsequent dialogue moves slowly to the con versation... Norma simply rewind the tape too far, leaving the inevitable ending still to be played out? Either interpretation is pos sible, for when Everio returns and Norma confesses that she is terrified, Everio approaches her only to stop just short...

Bruce-Novoa, John D.

1974-10-01

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Bibliography  

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: As es la vida y Dios se lo pague"', Norma Adriana Scheinin, "Un camino entre gneros: de la narrativa al teatro en Bartleby"] Tendencias crticas en el teatro. Buenos Aires: Galerna; Facultad de Filosofa y Letras (UBA); Fundacin Roberto Arlt... anlisis de un texto dramtico"; Norma Adriana Scheinin, "El viaje del relato, sobre Lunario de Cecilia Hopkins"; Magda Castelv deMoor, "Transgresin histrico y cultural en Ultima luna de Patricia Zangaro"; George Woodyard, "Sombras y muerte: El...

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR VICERRECTORADO ACADMICO  

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. Otilia Rosas (Coordinadora Ciclo Profesional) 1.- Aprobación de la Agenda del día 2.- Aprobación de ACTA esfuerzo se enfocó en el diseño del manual de organización y los manuales de normas y procedimientos; el normas de mayor interés; la relación del decanato con otras instancias de la USB; las comisiones

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Problemas elipticos con condiciones de contorno asintoticamente lineales en infinito  

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. Arrieta 1 Rosa Pardo2 Anibal Rodr´iguez-Bernal3 Resumen Analizamos la existencia y estructura de las Steklov la norma del operador T est´e acotada uniformenente, junto con la sublinealidad de la funci´on g´ametro se aproxima a un autovalor de Steklov, la norma del operador T diverge a infinito. Este hecho es una

Rodríguez-Bernal, Aníbal

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Numerical solution of the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation with a long-range spatially correlated noise  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) equation for stochastic surface growth is numerically integrated in the presence of a long-range spatially correlated noise and the scaling behavior of the growing surfaces is investigated. A robust methodology for simulating the colored noise directly from uniform random variates is used with the discretized KPZ equation. The sample functions are expressed in terms of harmonic functions and the powerful fast Fourier transform is used. The growth exponents ? and ? are calculated and the results are compared with the predictions by Medina et al. [Phys. Rev. A 39, 3053 (1989)], Zhang [Phys. Rev. B 42, 4897 (1990)], and with the numerical results of Amar et al. [Phys. Rev. A 43, R4548 (1991)] and Peng et al. [Phys. Rev. A 44, R2239 (1991)]. The agreement of the present results with the theoretical prediction by Medina et al. shows that the current method of colored noise simulation is uniquely effective.

Wu, Minchun; Billah, K. Y. R.; Shinozuka, Masanobu

1995-02-01

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Implementing online natural gradient learning: problems and solutions.  

PubMed

The online natural gradient learning is an efficient algorithm to resolve the slow learning speed and poor performance of the standard gradient descent method. However, there are several problems to implement this algorithm. In this paper, we proposed a new algorithm to solve these problems and then compared the new algorithm with other known algorithms for online learning, including Almeida-Langlois-Amaral-Plakhov algorithm (ALAP), Vario-eta, local adaptive learning rate and learning with momentum etc., using sample data sets from Proben1 and normalized handwritten digits, automatically scanned from envelopes by the U.S. Postal Services. The strong and weak points of these algorithms were analyzed and tested empirically. We found out that using the online training error as the criterion to determine whether the learning rate should be changed or not is not appropriate and our new algorithm has better performance than other existing online algorithms. PMID:16566461

Wan, Weishui

2006-03-01

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Further Geological Sampling Around the Rainbow Hydrothermal Site, Mid-Atlantic Ridge  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Rainbow hydrothermal site, at 3614'N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, is one of the few known site hosted in ultramafic basement. The MOMAR DREAM cruise (July 2007, R/V Pourquoi Pas ?) combined biological and geological objectives to study the role of abundant iron in controlling geological, biological and hydrological active processes at all scales. Two Nautile dives and a dredging program were achieved to further constrain the lithology and geological structures on the seafloor at the scale of the massif that hosts Rainbow. This massif is an inside corner high of the non-transform offset between the AMAR and South AMAR second-order ridge segments, and presents the characteristic dome morphology of oceanic core complexes. The abundant sediment cover of the massif precludes continuous geological mapping and completely successful dredging. However, our limited sampling is consistent with the lithological variability encountered in other oceanic core complexes along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The Rainbow serpentinite basement was continuously observed to a distance of about 1 km to the south of the hydrothermal site, with serpentinites sampled along N-S trending, fault planes steeply dipping to the West. Serpentinites were also found on the northwestern, northern, and northeastern flanks of the massif. Approximately 800 m the North of the hydrothermal site, the most prominent outcrop, cut by a family of subvertical, ~ E-W faults, is at least partly made of olivine- orthopyroxene bearing gabbro. Basalts and fresh basaltic glass were also recovered in talus and sediments on the Southwest and Northeast flanks of the massif.

Ildefonse, B.; Andrani, M.; Hois, E.; Ballu, V.; Escartin, J.; Dyment, J.; Gaill, F.; Fouquet, Y.

2007-12-01

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Fungal spores from Pleosporales in the atmosphere of urban and rural locations in Portugal.  

PubMed

Fungal spores are a significant fraction of the atmospheric bioparticles (bioaerosols) and many species are capable of inducing the production of specific immunoglobulin E (IgE), aggravating the clinical symptoms of allergic respiratory diseases in sensitized individuals. The aim of this work was to evaluate the distribution of potentially allergenic Pleosporales spores in two locations with different urbanization indexes, characterizing its seasonal pattern. The seasonal distribution of several spore types belonging to the Pleosporales (Alternaria, Drechslera, Epicoccum, Paraphaeosphaeria, Pithomyces, Pleospora and Stemphylium) in Amares (rural area) and Porto (urban area) was continually studied from January 2005 to December of 2007, using Hirst-type volumetric spore traps. Alternaria was the most abundant fungal spore type found in the atmosphere of Amares and Porto. This fungal type, together with Drechslera, Epicoccum, Pithomyces and Stemphylium, was mainly present during summer. Nevertheless, Leptosphaeria, Pleospora and Venturia spores were detected during winter and spring, while Paraphaeosphaeria spores were also observed during summer and autumn. These different seasonal patterns were responsible for the expansion of the exposure period for the Alt a 1 allergen. The concentration of the studied spore types was higher in the rural area than in the urban one, with exception for Pleospora and Drechslera. According to the correlations with meteorological factors, the selected fungal spores can be divided into two groups: (i) Alternaria, Drechslera, Epicoccum, Pithomyces and Stemphylium presented positive correlations with temperature and negative correlations with relative humidity and rainfall; (ii) Leptosphaeria, Paraphaeosphaeria, Pleospora and Venturia presented a contrary behavior. Usually, the occurrence of the Alt a 1 allergen has been associated with the presence of airborne Alternaria spores; the present work follows the seasonal distribution of other fungal spore species known to contain this molecule. The widespread occurrence of Alt a 1 plays an important role in the incidence and aggravation of allergic disorders. PMID:21491687

Oliveira, Manuela; Delgado, Lus; Ribeiro, Helena; Abreu, Ilda

2010-05-01

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Vent fluid chemistry of the Rainbow hydrothermal system (36N, MAR): Phase equilibria and in situ pH controls on subseafloor alteration processes  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Rainbow hydrothermal field is located at 3613.8'N-3354.15'W at 2300 m depth on the western flank of a non-volcanic ridge between the South AMAR and AMAR segments of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The hydrothermal field consists of 10-15 active chimneys that emit high-temperature (365 C) fluid. In July 2008, vent fluids were sampled during cruise KNOX18RR, providing a rich dataset that extends in time information on subseafloor chemical and physical processes controlling vent fluid chemistry at Rainbow. Data suggest that the Mg concentration of the hydrothermal end-member is not zero, but rather 1.5-2 mmol/kg. This surprising result may be caused by a combination of factors including moderately low dissolved silica, low pH, and elevated chloride of the hydrothermal fluid. Combining end-member Mg data with analogous data for dissolved Fe, Si, Al, Ca, and H 2, permits calculation of mineral saturation states for minerals thought appropriate for ultramafic-hosted hydrothermal systems at temperatures and pressures in keeping with constraints imposed by field observations. These data indicate that chlorite solid solution, talc, and magnetite achieve saturation in Rainbow vent fluid at a similar pH (T,P) (400 C, 500 bar) of approximately 4.95, while higher pH values are indicated for serpentine, suggesting that serpentine may not coexist with the former assemblage at depth at Rainbow. The high Fe/Mg ratio of the Rainbow vent fluid notwithstanding, the mole fraction of clinochlore and chamosite components of chlorite solid solution at depth are predicted to be 0.78 and 0.22, respectively. In situ pH measurements made at Rainbow vents are in good agreement with pH (T,P) values estimated from mineral solubility calculations, when the in situ pH data are adjusted for temperature and pressure. Calculations further indicate that pH (T,P) and dissolved H 2 are extremely sensitive to changes in dissolved silica owing to constraints imposed by chlorite solid solution-fluid equilibria. Indeed, the predicted correlation between dissolved silica and H 2 defines a trend that is in good agreement with vent fluid data from Rainbow and other high-temperature ultramafic-hosted hydrothermal systems. We speculate that the moderate concentrations of dissolved silica in vent fluids from these systems result from hydrothermal alteration of plagioclase and olivine in the form of subsurface gabbroic intrusions, which, in turn are variably replaced by chlorite + magnetite + talc tremolite, with important implications for pH lowering, dissolved sulfide concentrations, and metal mobility.

Seyfried, W. E., Jr.; Pester, Nicholas J.; Ding, Kang; Rough, Mikaella

2011-03-01

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Geological mapping of the Rainbow Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 3614'N  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Rainbow hydrothermal field at 3614'N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is one of the few known sites hosted in ultramafic basement. The Rainbow Massif is located along the non-transform offset between the AMAR and South AMAR second-order ridge segments, and presents the characteristic dome morphology of oceanic core complexes, although no corrugated surface has been observed so far. One of the objectives of Cruises MOMAR DREAM (July 2007, R/V Pourquoi Pas ?; Aug-Sept 2008, R/V Atalante) was to study the petrological and structural context of the hydrothermal system at the scale of the Rainbow Massif. Our geological sampling complements previous ones achieved during Cruises FLORES (1997) and IRIS (2001), and consisted in dredge hauls, and submersible dives by manned submersible Nautile and ROV Victor. The tectonics of the Rainbow Massif is dominated by a N-S trending fault pattern on the western flank of the massif, and a series of SW-NW ridges on its northeastern side. The active hydrothermal site is located in the area were these two systems crosscut. The most abundant recovered rock type is peridotite (harzburgite and dunite) that presents a variety of serpentinization styles and intensity, and a variety of deformation styles (commonly undeformed, sometimes displaying ductile or brittle foliations). Serpentinites are frequently oxidized. Some peridotite samples have melt impregnation textures. Massive chromitite was recovered in one dredge haul. Variously evolved gabbroic rocks were collected as discrete samples or as centimeter to decimeter-thick dikes in peridotites. Basalts and fresh basaltic glass were also sampled in talus and sediments on the southwestern and northeastern flanks of the massif. Our sampling is consistent with the lithological variability encountered in oceanic core complexes along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and Southwest Indian Ridge. The stockwork of the hydrothermal system has been sampled on the western side of the present-day hydrothermal field, along N-S trending normal fault scarps, and within the talus underneath. It is made of massive sulfides, strongly altered serpentinites, and breccias containing elements of iron sulfide/oxide impregnated serpentinites. * K. Bukas, V. Cueff Gauchard, L. Durand, F. Gaill, C. Konn, F. Lartaud, N. Le Bris, G. Musset, A. Nunes, J. Renard, V. Riou, A. Tasiemski, P. Torres, I. Vojdani, M. Zbinden

Ildefonse, B.; Fouquet, Y.; Hois, E.; Dyment, J.; Gente, P.; Thibaud, R.; Bissessur, D.; Yatheesh, V.; Momardream 2008 Scientific Party*, T.

2008-12-01

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YA Novels in the AP Classroom: Crutcher Meets Camus.  

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Describes existential elements in three novels for adolescents: "The Crazy Horse Electric Game" and "Running Loose" by Chris Crutcher; and "God, the Universe and Hot Fudge Sundaes" by Norma Howe. Asserts that adolescent literature in an advanced-placement English class can connect the classics to the present. (MM)

Spencer, Patricia

1989-01-01

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Emeritus Alumni Board Merit of Honor Award Recipients  

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Cuthbert Allen ­ 1988 Becky Almond ­ 1971 Aldon J. Anderson ­ 1979 Arthur S. Anderson ­ 2000 C. Ross Anderson ­ 2001 Edna Anderson Taylor ­ 2000 Robert G. Arnold ­ 1986 Norma Bernston Ashton ­ 1984 Myrtle E. Baer ­ 1989 Alice Morrey Bailey ­ 1991 Fred S. Ball ­ 1999 Martha Ball ­ Nov 2006 Annie Merrill

Provancher, William

178

A Lightning Rod on Civil Rights.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines the work of Norma V. Cantu, the head of the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights and the controversy surrounding her tenure. Issues discussed include the range of concerns she must address, including affirmative action, gender equity in athletics, and college desegregation in the South, and her strategies for

Healy, Patrick

1999-01-01

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SIMBA explores the southern sky  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Contents: 1. SIMBA. 2. The Orion region. 3. ? Carinae and the Keyhole Nebula. 4. Massive star formation in the Norma spiral arm. 5. Infrared dark clouds. 6. The R CrA star forming region. 7. The dark globule B68. 8. 30 Dor and N159 in the Large Magellanic Cloud.

Nyman, L.-.; Lerner, M.; Nielbock, M.; Anciaux, M.; Brooks, K.; Chini, R.; Albrecht, M.; Lemke, R.; Kreysa, E.; Zylka, R.; Johansson, L. E. B.; Bronfman, L.; Kontinen, S.; Linz, H.; Stecklum, B.

2001-12-01

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Cell, Vol. 33, 211-219, May 1983, Copyright0 1983 by MIT 0092.8674/83/0211-09$02.00/O Isolation of the ,&Tubulin Gene from Yeast and  

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of the ,&Tubulin Gene from Yeast and Demonstration of Its Essential Function In Vivo Norma F. Neff, James H. Thomas, Massachusetts 02139 Summary A DNA fragment from yeast (Saccharomyces cere- visiae) was identified by its homology to a chicken p-tubulin cDNA and cloned. The fragment was shown to be unique in the yeast genome

Botstein, David

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The Patricia Mokhtarian Fund for Travel Behavior  

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) organization. Gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Pat Mokhtarian is a dedicated teacher $2,000 to be made. Gifts at all levels, pledges (up to five years), planned gifts, and gifts of stock a gift or pledge, please contact Norma at 530/754-6513 or ndeliberty@ucdavis.edu. Gifts may be made

California at Davis, University of

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November 2012 The UniversiTyof edinbUrgh campaign  

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Cies Fiona and Norma Rait tell us why they felt compelled to leave a legacy to the Royal (Dick) School Campbell to share your views e: brian1. campbell@ ed.ac.uk Cert no. TT-COC-002190 04 #12;Professor mary

Edinburgh, University of

183

Revista Iberoamericana de Polmeros Volumen 11(3), Mayo 2010 Lodi et als. Degradacin de geomembranas de PE  

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ensaios foram realizados de acordo com as recomendações das seguintes normas: ASTM D1435 (intempérie), ASTM D5747 e D5322 (lixívia), ASTM D1238 (MFI) e D3895 (OIT). Os resultados mostram, por exemplo, que were performed according the following standards recommendations: ASTM D1435 (weathering), ASTM D5747 e

Zornberg, Jorge G.

184

The University of Texas at Arlington Undergraduate Assembly  

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William Dillon Norma Figueroa Jennifer Fox Donald Gatzke Jeanne Gerlach John Smith Ruth Gornet Tom unanimously. Academic Calendar 2012 ­ 2013 (Proposed) Fall Term - Regular Session, 2012 (16 meeting weeks: 15 instructional weeks + 1 final exam week) Registration for Fall Term ­ Regular Session April 2 ­ August 22, 2012

Texas at Arlington, University of

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Microsoft Academic Search

The descriptions of Doa Marina\\/La Malinche by contemporary scholars involve two opposing philosophies: the patriarchal hegemony of premodern essentialist tradition led by Octavio Paz or the feminist approach privileging a constructionist form of identity development led by Adelaida Del Castillo, Norma Alarcn, and others. I suggest a third approach: a psychological view arising from an examination of her behavior. Marina

Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler

2005-01-01

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Prepared by Jenifer Goldman Fraser, PhD, MPH  

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, Miami-Dade Juvenile Court (11th Judicial Circuit, state of Florida); Dr. Joy Osofsky, Louisiana State across the three study sites for their many contributions. We are grateful to Joy Osofsky for her Carolina RTI Knowledge Translation and Strategic Communication Unit Loretta Bohn Judy Cannada Norma Di

Shyu, Mei-Ling

187

University of Wisconsin Madison FACULTY SENATE MEETING  

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Norma Jane Kolthoff 2308 Professor Emeritus John F. Morrissey 2309 Professor Emeritus Robert W. Swick&S), biological sciences Anna Haley-Lock, Social Work (L&S), social studies; non-tenured Rafael Lazimy, Business (CALS), social studies John Sharpless, History (L&S), social studies There were no nominations from

Sheridan, Jennifer

188

Assemblea RSU Sapienza 18 settembre 2012 Il giorno 18 settembre 2012 alle 10,45 si riunisce l'Assemblea  

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Assemblea RSU Sapienza 18 settembre 2012 Il giorno 18 settembre 2012 alle 10,45 si riunisce l'Assemblea della RSU della Sapienza di Roma. Domenico Di Simone, in qualità di primo eletto, assume le funzioni di alla definizione, a norma del regolamento RSU in vigore alla Sapienza, degli organi di gestione della

Guidoni, Leonardo

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ACCORDO COLLETTIVO QUADRO PER LA COSTITUZIONE DELLE RAPPRESENTANZE SINDACALI UNITARIE PER IL PERSONALE DEI COMPARTI DELLE PUBBLICHE AMMINISTRAZIONI E PER LA  

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- Costituzione delle RSU Art. 4 - Numero dei componenti Art. 5 - Compiti e funzioni Art. 6 - Diritti, permessi - Norma finale PARTE SECONDA REGOLAMENTO PER LA DISCIPLINA DELL'ELEZIONE DELLA RSU Art. 1 - Modalità per componenti della RSU #12;2 ART.1 OBIETTIVI E FINALITA' 1. Le parti con il presente accordo intendono dare

Guidoni, Leonardo

190

Using Adolescent Fiction That Deals with Current Problems and Lifestyles to Explore Contemporary Values.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper argues that a value structure must be developed and taught in the schools. The values and principles contained in the Humanistic Manifesto II are examined in the context of current adolescent literature. Discussed are such books as "It's Not What You Expect" and "Mom, The Wolfman and Me" by Norma Klein; "First Person Singular" by Vida

Schwartz, Sheila

191

PROTECCIN DE SEGURIDAD Y SALUD EN EL TRABAJO OFICINA CENTRAL: 1515 Clay Street, Ste. 1901, Oakland CA 94612 --Telfono (510) 286-7000  

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cualquier norma u orden de seguridad y salud profesionales. La multa civil máxima tasable por cada violación compañía de responsabilidad limitada, la multa no podrá exceder los $1.5 millones de dólares. La ley

Weaver, Harold A. "Hal"

192

The Voices of Cultural Assimilation in Current Young Adult Novels.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents three renowned writers who have chosen from diverse genres to tell immigrant tales through memoir, contemporary vignettes, and historical fiction. Notes that each author captures very real adolescent voices and their stories. Discusses Frank McCourt's "Angela's Ashes," An Na's "A Step form Heaven," and Norma Fox Mazer's "Goodnight Maman."

Angel, Ann

2003-01-01

193

Manual do Candidato -Vestibular PuC-rio 2013 2 APRESENTAO  

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Manual do Candidato Vestibular puC-rio 2013 #12;Manual do Candidato - Vestibular PuC-rio 2013 2 APRESENTA??O Este Manual fornece informações relevantes para os candidatos ao Concurso Vestibular da PUC-Rio. Antes de se inscrever para o Concurso Vestibular, o candidato deve conhecer as normas que regem o

194

REDUCTION OF IONIC SPECIES BY FULVIC ACID  

EPA Science Inventory

Studies have shown that a fulvic acid derived from soil is capable of reducing Hg(II) to Hg(0), Fe(III) to Fe(II), and I2 and I3(-1) to I(-1) under conditions generally characteristic of natural waters. The evaluation indicates a reduction potential approximately 0.5 V (vs. norma...

195

Utah Commission on Aging December 10, 2008  

E-print Network

: Representing: Norma Matheson Chair Maureen Henry Executive Director Nels Holgren for LM Church Utah Department of the members for a vote. 2. 2-1-1 Information & Referral and Community-Based Care Committee Lorna Koci reported. The coalition will bring together all of the parties that deliver services to the aging. A Steering Committee

Tipple, Brett

196

Diseo y experiencia de la regulacin en salud en Colombia  

Microsoft Academic Search

En Colombia se tiene un sistema de salud basado en la competencia regulada. En el interactan los mercados de seguros y servicios de salud, influenciados por variables reguladas como la unidad de pago per cpita (precio) y el plan obligatorio de salud (cantidad y calidad), al igual que normas especficas para los agentes que participan en ellos. La investigacin evala

Jairo Humberto Restrepo Zea; Sandra Rodrguez Acosta

2004-01-01

197

Utah Commission on Aging Minutes for September 23, 2005 Meeting  

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Police Department Norma Matheson Honorary Chair Dr. Richard Melton (for Dr. David Sundwall) Utah Sonnie Yudell Division of Adult and Aging Services Julie Rose KCPW Grant Howarth Community Nursing if results warranted continuation. Maureen Henry led a discussion on what approach the Commission should take

Tipple, Brett

198

Phylogeny, Neoteny and Growth of the Cranial Base in Hominoids  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study tests the hypothesis that there is a general pattern in the growth of the cranial base of Homo sapiens that is essentially neotenous [Gould, 1977]. Juvenile and adult crania of Homo sapiens, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes and Pongo pygmaeus were studied and the cross-sectional growth curves for 10 measurements made on the cranial base (as viewed in norma

M. C. Dean; B. A. Wood

1984-01-01

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Cdigos UNESCO: 240101 240105 240108 Frecuencia del curso: Anual EXPERIMENTACION ANIMAL  

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de febrero, por el que se establecen las normas b�sicas aplicables para la protecci�n de los animales/2005, de 10 de octubre, sobre protecci�n de los animales utilizados para experimentaci�n y otros fines�n y experimentaci�n animal. II. Area de fundamentos biol�gicos y generalidades Tema 3. Animales de

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Trustee Quarterly, 1994.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The four issues of "Trustee Quarterly" combined here focus on topics of current concern to community college trustees. The winter 1994 issues offers these feature articles: "Honoring Retiring Presidents," by Terry O'Banion; "Trustees as Reluctant Leaders: The Board/CEO Relationship," Norma Jean Germond, John Keyser, and Vaughn A. Sherman; and

Trustee Quarterly, 1994

1994-01-01

201

Montreal neurological institute and Hospital Winter 2006 a teacHing and researcH institute of Mcgill university  

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Montreal neurological institute and Hospital ­ Winter 2006 a teacHing and researcH institute the left: Ms. Jillian Victor, Mr. Gary Victor, Mrs. Graida Victor, Ms. Hilda Thorarinsdottir and Dr. Vladymir Rymar #12;Mr. Herschel Victor 2 Mrs. Norma Singerman, Mr. Gary Victor, Mrs. Isabelle Shuster

Shoubridge, Eric

202

INTEGRAL non-detection of AGL J1608-5253  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The new AGILE transient AGL J1608-5253 (ATel #6427) was in the field of view of the IBIS/ISGRI and JEM-X instruments onboard INTEGRAL from Aug 19-26, 2014 (UTC) during observations of the Norma/Perseus arms region.

Kuulkers, E.; Bozzo, E.; Bodaghee, A.

2014-08-01

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RIGIDECES INSTITUCIONALES Y FLEXIBILIDAD PRESUPUESTARIA: LOS CASOS DE ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA, MXICO Y PER  

Microsoft Academic Search

En los ltimos aos se ha hecho evidente que los gobiernos cuentan con un margen de maniobra reducido en la elaboracin del presupuesto, pues una proporcin importante de los gastos se encuentra predeterminada por normas legales, mandatos constitucionales, compromisos previamente adquiridos por el gobierno, y requerimientos del actual ejercicio presupuestario. Este estudio analiza el fenmeno de las inflexibilidades presupuestales partiendo

Juan Carlos Echeverry; Jorge Alexander Bonilla; Andrs Moya

2006-01-01

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LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY Anthropology Professors  

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LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY Anthropology Professors Norma Mendoza-Denton Jennifer Roth-Gordon Qing Sociolinguistics ANTH 451B (CLAS) Ancient Egypt: Archaeology and Language ANTH 461A (FREN) French Linguistics ANTH 476 Language and Culture ANTH 480 Historical Comparative Linguistics Click here to search for course

Holliday, Vance T.

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APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, Oct. 1988, p. 2574-2577 Vol. 54, No. 10 0099-2240/88/102574-04$02.00/0  

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information on the survival and genetic aspects of bacteria other than E. coli (20) in the environment or transformation is feasible when rare wild-type strains or genetically engineered microorganisms are released Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Pristine Tropical Waters NORMA E. CRUZ-CRUZ,' GARY A. TORANZOS,1 DONALD G. AHEARN,2

Hazen, Terry

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Principal InvesPgator Department Name UM Awards Share Szapocznik, Jose Public Health & Prev Medicine $8,416,541 7.2%  

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Public Health & Prev Medicine $8,416,541 7.2% Lipshultz, Steven Edward,155,675 1.8% Brown, C. Hendricks Public Health & Prev Medicine $2,055,575 1, Joshua M Internal Medicine/Medicine $2,820,092 2.4% Kenyon, Norma Sue Surgery

Miami, University of

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Los testigos de Jehov y el consentimiento informado  

Microsoft Academic Search

RESUMEN Los testigos de Jehov son una joven asocia- cin religiosa mundial dirigida por Watchtower Society de Nueva York, cuyos preceptos es- tn fundamentados ad pedem literae en la Bi- blia, pero con interpretaciones originales y connotaciones sectarias. La prohibicin a ser transfundidos es una norma propia, actualmente vigente y que los distingue, condicionando anta- gonismos con el rea mdica.

Pimentel Prez; Hospital General de Zona; Calzada Benito Jurez

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR VICERRECTORADO ACADMICO  

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: Rubén Darío Jaimes (Decano), Otilia Rosas (Coordinadora Ciclo Profesional), María Elena Ludeña y Nerio en la Asamblea Nacional la "Ley de Infogobierno", que establecerá las normas, principios y

Vásquez, Carlos

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Divulgamos a lista de associados pais/mes/responsveis, em virtude do processo eleitoral para escolha da nova diretoria da APP que ser aberto em breve. Qualquer  

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. ALDANEI NORMA DE SOUZA 11. ALDO NELSON DELGADO 12. ALECSANDRA SOARES PADILHA 13. ALESSANDRA GUTIERREZ GOMES DA CRUZ 14. ALESSANDRA IGLESIAS FERREIRA 15. ALEXANDRE BONTEIN DA ROSA 16. ALEXSANDRO BARRETO ALMEIDA 17. ALICE ROSA DA SILVA 18. ALINE DA SILVEIRA 19. ALINE MENDES SERAFIM 20. ALVARO LUIS ZANCO 21

Floeter, Sergio Ricardo

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Consejo Asesor del Decanato de Estudios Tecnolgicos Acta 10-2011 Pg. 1 de 3 UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR  

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Litoral; la TSU. Ana Rosa Ibañez, Asesora del Decano y el Lic. William Contreras, Asistente al Decano Normas y Procedimientos del Decanato y de las Coordinaciones Docentes. 1. Consideración del Orden del Día

Vásquez, Carlos

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Universitat d'Alacant Universidad de Alicante  

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, Rosa Traducción y doblaje : palabras, voces e imágenes 1ª ed. Barcelona : Ariel, 1999 FL 82.03/AGO/ASI ÁVILA, Alejandro Manual práctico para iniciarse como doblador de cine y TV : reglas, normas y técnicas

Escolano, Francisco

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ADM/tn D.R. n. 3226 Commissione giudicatrice della procedura di valutazione comparativa  

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professori universitari di ruolo e dei ricercatori a norma dell'art. 1 della legge 3 luglio 1998 n. 210 Scienze della Formazione dell'Università degli Studi di Lecce (membro designato), la Prof.ssa Bianca ROSA) Università degli Studi di LECCE, Facoltà di SCIENZE DELLA FORMAZIONE; ROSA Bianca, Professore Ordinario

Milano-Bicocca, Università

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FEBRERO 2012 Gaceta Facultad de  

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Diseño Editorial Sonia Barragán Rosendo Norma Castillo Velázquez Daniel José María Ramírez Olvera Diseño #12;Rosa María Arredondo Rivera José Martín Juárez Sánchez Propone Mario Molina, formar expertos en

Islas, León

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12 Grant and Contract Awards Awards Received  

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: Music Pro- gram Hoover High School," $15,240; "Monroe Clark Health Centers - Gwen Nuno," $49,396; "Rosa Parks Parent Volunteer Program," $93,979; "City Heights Educational Collabora- tive: Music Program Rosa Unified School District: "Monroe Clark Outreach Coun- selor - Norma Lisette Melendez," $46,000; "Monroe

Ponce, V. Miguel

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NOVIEMBRE 2012 Gaceta Facultad de  

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Diseño Editorial Sonia Barragán Rosendo Norma Castillo Velázquez Maricela Hernández Casasola Daniel José Hernández Betsy Castellanos Cortesía DGCS-UNAM Fotografía Rosa María Arredondo Rivera José Martín Juárez

Arroyo Rodríguez, Víctor

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Staff Phone Email Room Support Aghion, Philippe 495-6675 paghion@fas.harvard.edu 222 Lauren LaRosa  

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Staff Phone Email Room Support Aghion, Philippe 495-6675 paghion@fas.harvard.edu 222 Lauren LaRosa 868-3900 mfeldstein@harvard.edu NBER Norma McEvoy Foote, Christopher 496-5079 footer442@hotmail@fas.harvard.edu 233 Linda Christlieb Fudenberg, Drew 496-5895 dfudenberg@harvard.edu 310 Lauren LaRosa Glaeser, Edward

Chen, Yiling

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR VICERRECTORADO ACADMICO  

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: Rubén Darío Jaimes (Decano), Isabel Rodríguez y Otilia Rosas (Coordinadoras Ciclo Profesional), María. Jaimes informó que entró en vigencia la "Ley de Infogobierno", que establecerá las normas, principios y

Vásquez, Carlos

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Acta Nro.06/2009 UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR  

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, Eleonora Cróquer, Sofía Barreto, Zoraide Lugli, Rosa Virginia Ocaña, Gabriela Martínez, Thierry Poirier Simposio organizado por la OPSU, sobre el Ingresos a la Educación Superior. Se aprobaron las normas para

Vásquez, Carlos

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Departamento de Humanidades Contemporneas Campus de San Vicente del Raspeig -Ap. 99 -03080 Alicante | Tel. 96 5903431 | Fax. 96 5909320  

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presentación correrá a cargo de la Dra. Rosa Ana Gutiérrez, catedrática de Historia Contemporánea I Coloquio represión contra los militares, los políticos y los abogados republicanos" Programa Cartel Normas de

Escolano, Francisco

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR Decanato de Estudios Profesionales  

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). Inasistentes: Profesores: Miguel Martínez (Coordinador de Ingeniería Eléctrica), Rosa Virginia Ocaña consejeros la agenda del día, la cual fue aprobada con la inclusión del punto 4' :Propuesta Normas para la

Vásquez, Carlos

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Acta Nro.05/2009 UNIVERSIDAD SIMN BOLVAR  

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), Eleonora Cróquer, Nila Pellegrini, Sofía Barreto, Zoraide Lugli, Rosa Virginia Ocaña, Gabriela Martínez música. A continuación se refirió a la realización del I taller de inducción sobre las Normas Generales

Vásquez, Carlos

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JULIO-AGOSTO 2012 Gaceta Facultad de  

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Departamento Editorial Adrián Raúl Arroyo Berrocal Diseño Editorial Sonia Barragán Rosendo Norma Castillo, Planta Académica, Extensión y Vinculación, Financiamiento e Infraestructura. Rosa María Arredondo Rivera

Islas, León

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UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SANTA CATARINA CENTRO DE CINCIAS BIOLGICAS  

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final. X. NOVA AVALIA??O Será solicitada dispensa desta avaliação conforme normas vigentes XI Angeles. 789pp. PINEDO, M.C.; ROSAS, F.W.C & MARMONTEL, M. 1992. Cetáceos e Pinípedes do Brasil. UNEP

Floeter, Sergio Ricardo

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Associate Vice President Joyce Topshe  

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Supv Yocasta Genao Vanessa Castro Sandra Estrada Pedro de la Rosa Manuel Reyes Candido Tobon Astrid Vidal Humberto Herrera Vilma Torres Adriana Torres 32 hrs Perla Martinez Diana Estrada Pedro de la Rosa Maria Sup. Olga Guzman Elena Morales Jose Rodriguez Maria Porquillo Arquides Maza Ileana Bones Norma

Royer, Dana

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Taller de Ciencia para Jvenes de Secundaria 2007 29 de julio al 1 de agosto de 2007  

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Flores Valois 25.Norma Montserrat Flores Vergara 26.Aries GustavoFranco Martínez 27.García Carreón, César.Israel Torres Rosas Monitores: María Dolores Campos Navarro Claudia Susana Falcón Sánchez Carlos Angulo

Bor, Gil

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PROGRAMA DE PS-GRADUAO EM MICROELETRNICA UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL  

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criou a35 Resolução 02/2008 com novas normas para matrícula e avaliação das disciplinas de Trabalho36 aluno Leomar Soares41 da Rosa Júnior. A CPG homologou a referida tese. Nada mais havendo a tratar, às

dos Santos, C.A.

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da Superintendncia de Comunicao Social da Universidade Federal Fluminense  

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Rosa- ne Pires Fernandes, amiga-irmã, que deu asas à minha pequena ideia transfor- mando-a na;5 ÍNDICE Apresentação O revisor, o copidesque e o redator Como escrever para o site da UFF - Normas de

Liu, I-Shih

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Gaceta Facultad deGaceta Facultad de Ms de tRes Mil AsisteNtes  

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Raúl Arroyo Berrocal Diseño Editorial Sonia Barragán Rosendo Norma Castillo Velázquez Maricela plática del chelista Javier Platas. Rosa María Arredondo Rivera Betsy Castellanos Ramírez José Martín

Islas, León

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UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales  

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motivos por los cuales una sucesi´on es d´ebil convergente pero no convergente en norma. Como primera embeddings #12;#12;Agradecimientos El doctorado fue para m´i un ramo de rosas que casi no tuvo espinas. Y eso

Bonder, Julián Fernández

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Ingeniera en Telecomunicaciones FUNDAMENTOS MATEMTICOS I.  

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. Problema 2. Usar el Teorema de Green para calcular el área interior determinada por la curva de la rosa de igualdad + k 1 (-1)k+1 1 k2 = 2 12 . Normas del examen Entrega cada ejercicio en un solo folio con el

Peralta, Antonio M.

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Taller de Ciencia para Jvenes, CIMAT, Guanajuato, 18-25 de Julio, 2010 Programa de Actividades  

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@astro.ugto.mx, hector@astro.ugto.mx · Matemáticas (salón 3) Gil Bor, CIMAT, gil@cimat.mx · Química (salón 2) Norma López, estacionamiento sur del CIMAT: Salida a "Las Palomas" (centro recreativo en la sierra Santa Rosa). Programa de la

Bor, Gil

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L LLLLLLLLL LLLLLista Programa de Actualizacin y Superacin Docente (PASD)  

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1157 Formación Docente (Versión XIII) Sede: Facultad de Arquitectura Contacto: Arq. Guillermina Rosas: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Contacto: Mtra. Norma de los Ríos Méndez sacadfyl@servidor.unam.mx 5622 1819

Islas, León

233

Equac~oes de Navier-Stokes e Turbul^encia Ricardo M. S. Rosa  

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Equa¸c~oes de Navier-Stokes e Turbul^encia Ricardo M. S. Rosa Instituto de Matem´atica Universidade~ao infinita, normas n~ao s~ao equivalentes. Solu¸c~oes fracas pertencem a C([0, ), Hw), L (0, ; H) e L2 (0

Rosa, Ricardo M. S.

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Narcotrfico y parapoltica en Colombia,1980-2007: Evolucin del Capital Social Perverso  

Microsoft Academic Search

En este trabajo se usa el concepto de Capital social perverso para explicar cmo el narcotrfico en Colombia ha aprendido a gestionar su relacin con el Estado, especficamente, cmo han aprendido a gestionar los huecos estructurales propios de su relacin con el Estado. Se muestran los sucesivos intentos de los narcotraficantes por cambiar la severidad de las normas. Este proceso

Isaac de Len-Beltrn; Eduardo Salcedo-Albarn

2008-01-01

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VICERRECTORADO DE CULTURA, DEPORTES  

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VICERRECTORADO DE CULTURA, DEPORTES Y POLÍTICA LING?ÍSTICA SERVICIO DE DEPORTES NORMATIVA DE USO DE LAS INSTALACIONES DEPORTIVAS VICERRECTORADO DE CULTURA, DEPORTES Y POLÍTICA LING?ÍSTICA 3 NORMATIVA DE DE CULTURA, DEPORTES Y POLÍTICA LING?ÍSTICA 4 normas de uso, abonar las correspondientes tasas y

Escolano, Francisco

236

DIGITAL.CSIC: "Catalogacin con Dublin Core, gestin de derechos de  

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DIGITAL.CSIC: "Catalogación con Dublin Core, gestión de derechos de autor y permisos de editores;Copyright y el acceso abierto #12;¿De qué estamos hablando? · Derechos de autor: conjunto de normas y principios que regulan los derechos morales y patrimoniales que la ley concede a los autores por el solo

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[Poliomyelitis in literature, cinema and television].  

PubMed

INTRODUCTION. Poliomyelitis is an infectious disease whose initial symptoms are fever, fatigue, headaches, vomiting, a stiff neck and pains in the limbs. In many cases, the sequelae are irreversible paralysis and may result in death if there is bulbar or respiratory compromise. A set of symptoms, called post-polio syndrome, which appears years after the acute infection, are also described. AIM. To analyse the way poliomyelitis has been dealt with in literature, cinema and television. DEVELOPMENT. Film and television writers and directors have shown an interest in poliomyelitis and have portrayed it in a correct and realistic manner, both in fiction and in biographies or documentary-type works. Nemesis, Silver wattle, Leave her to heaven or The fall are some examples of literary works on the subject. Cinema has also portrayed polio all the way back to silent movies, with titles such as The woman in his house, The Silver Streak, Sister Kenny or The sessions. This disease and its sequelae have also been portrayed on television in series such as Hospital Central, Grey's anatomy, House M.D. or Amar en tiempos revueltos, and in TV films like El asunto, Eleanor and Franklin or Warm Springs. CONCLUSIONS. Poliomyelitis has been portrayed in literature, cinema and television in a realistic manner, showing its symptoms, sequelae, and the personal, familial and social impact of this disease. PMID:25245876

Collado-Vazquez, S; Carrillo, J M; Aguila-Maturana, A M

2014-10-01

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The effects of meteorological factors on airborne fungal spore concentration in two areas differing in urbanisation level  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Although fungal spores are an ever-present component of the atmosphere throughout the year, their concentration oscillates widely. This work aims to establish correlations between fungal spore concentrations in Porto and Amares and meteorological data. The seasonal distribution of fungal spores was studied continuously (2005-2007) using volumetric spore traps. To determine the effect of meteorological factors (temperature, relative humidity and rainfall) on spore concentration, the Spearman rank correlation test was used. In both locations, the most abundant fungal spores were Cladosporium, Agaricus, Agrocybe, Alternaria and Aspergillus/Penicillium, the highest concentrations being found during summer and autumn. In the present study, with the exception of Coprinus and Pleospora, spore concentrations were higher in the rural area than in the urban location. Among the selected spore types, spring-autumn spores ( Coprinus, Didymella, Leptosphaeria and Pleospora) exhibited negative correlations with temperature and positive correlations both with relative humidity and rainfall level. On the contrary, late spring-early summer (Smuts) and summer spores ( Alternaria, Cladosporium, Epicoccum, Ganoderma, Stemphylium and Ustilago) exhibited positive correlations with temperature and negative correlations both with relative humidity and rainfall level. Rust, a frequent spore type during summer, had a positive correlation with temperature. Aspergillus/Penicillium, showed no correlation with the meteorological factors analysed. This knowledge can be useful for agriculture, allowing more efficient and reliable application of pesticides, and for human health, by improving the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory allergic disease.

Oliveira, M.; Ribeiro, H.; Delgado, J. L.; Abreu, I.

2009-01-01

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Updating the Lamellar Hypothesis of Hippocampal Organization  

PubMed Central

Andersen et al. (1971) proposed that excitatory activity in the entorhinal cortex propagates topographically to the dentate gyrus, and on through a trisynaptic circuit lying within transverse hippocampal slices or lamellae. In this way, a relatively simple structure might mediate complex functions in a manner analogous to the way independent piano keys can produce a nearly infinite variety of unique outputs. The lamellar hypothesis derives primary support from the lamellar distribution of dentate granule cell axons (the mossy fibers), which innervate dentate hilar neurons and area CA3 pyramidal cells and interneurons within the confines of a thin transverse hippocampal segment. Following the initial formulation of the lamellar hypothesis, anatomical studies revealed that unlike granule cells, hilar mossy cells, CA3 pyramidal cells, and Layer II entorhinal cells all form axonal projections that are more divergent along the longitudinal axis than the clearly lamellar mossy fiber pathway. The existence of pathways with translamellar distribution patterns has been interpreted, incorrectly in our view, as justifying outright rejection of the lamellar hypothesis (Amaral and Witter, 1989). We suggest that the functional implications of longitudinally projecting axons depend not on whether they exist, but on what they do. The observation that focal granule cell layer discharges normally inhibit, rather than excite, distant granule cells suggests that longitudinal axons in the dentate gyrus may mediate lateral inhibition and define lamellar function, rather than undermine it. In this review, we attempt a reconsideration of the evidence that most directly impacts the physiological concept of hippocampal lamellar organization. PMID:23233836

Sloviter, Robert S.; L?mo, Terje

2012-01-01

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Sublattice parallel replica dynamics.  

PubMed

Exascale computing presents a challenge for the scientific community as new algorithms must be developed to take full advantage of the new computing paradigm. Atomistic simulation methods that offer full fidelity to the underlying potential, i.e., molecular dynamics (MD) and parallel replica dynamics, fail to use the whole machine speedup, leaving a region in time and sample size space that is unattainable with current algorithms. In this paper, we present an extension of the parallel replica dynamics algorithm [A. F. Voter, Phys. Rev. B 57, R13985 (1998)] by combining it with the synchronous sublattice approach of Shim and Amar [ and , Phys. Rev. B 71, 125432 (2005)], thereby exploiting event locality to improve the algorithm scalability. This algorithm is based on a domain decomposition in which events happen independently in different regions in the sample. We develop an analytical expression for the speedup given by this sublattice parallel replica dynamics algorithm and compare it with parallel MD and traditional parallel replica dynamics. We demonstrate how this algorithm, which introduces a slight additional approximation of event locality, enables the study of physical systems unreachable with traditional methodologies and promises to better utilize the resources of current high performance and future exascale computers. PMID:25019913

Martnez, Enrique; Uberuaga, Blas P; Voter, Arthur F

2014-06-01

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Tertiary structure stability of the hairpin ribozyme in its natural and minimal forms: different energetic contributions from a ribose zipper motif.  

PubMed

The hairpin catalytic motif in tobacco ringspot virus satellite RNA consists of two helix-loop-helix elements on two adjacent arms of a four-way helical junction. The bases essential for catalytic activity are located in the loops that are brought into proximity by a conformational change as a prerequisite for catalysis. The two loops interact via a ribose zipper motif involving the 2'-hydroxyls of A10, G11, A24, and C25 [Rupert, P. B., and Ferre d'Amare, A. R. (2001) Nature 401, 780-786]. To quantify the energetic importance of the ribose zipper hydrogen bonds, we have incorporated deoxy modifications at these four positions and determined the resulting destabilization of the docked conformer by means of time-resolved fluorescence resonance energy transfer. In a minimal form of the ribozyme, in which the loops are placed on the arms of a two-way helical junction, all modifications lead to a significant loss in tertiary structure stability and altered Mg2+ binding. Surprisingly, no significant destabilization was seen with the natural four-way junction ribozyme, suggesting that hydrogen bonding interactions involving the 2'-hydroxyls do not contribute to the stability of the docked conformer. These results suggest that the energetic contributions of ribose zipper hydrogen bonds are highly context dependent and differ significantly for the minimal and natural forms of the ribozyme. PMID:11551220

Klostermeier, D; Millar, D P

2001-09-18

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3-D structure of the Galaxy from star-counts  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In the framework of a large project aimed to derive the Galactic structure from star-counts and kinematic information we present preliminary results concerning 6 fields in the direction of the Carina arm and one field in the bulge. Assuming a logarithmic spiral structure, we derive a pitch angle of 12.73o+/- 0.2o in the case of a four-armed spiral and a pitch angle of 6.53o+/-0.20 using a two-armed spiral. We cannot distinguish between a four- and a two- armed structure. However, the scale height of the Carina arm is found to be 0.05-0.1 kpc, definitely smaller than the value of 0.30 kpc suggested by Taylor & Cordes (1993) as a mean value for the spiral arms. This is in agreement with the dynamical model of the Galaxy by Amaral & Lepine (1997) where even if four arms are present, only two are dominant. The analysis of the bulge field suggests an age spread from 12 to 9 Gyr and a flat IMF.

Vallenari, A.; Bertelli, G.; Chiosi, C.; Nasi, E.; Pasetto, S.; Carraro, G.

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Adolescent Cigarette Smoking: Health-Related Behavior or Normative Transgression?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Relations among measures of adolescent behavior were examined to determine whether cigarette smoking fits into a structure of problem behaviorsbehaviors that involve norma- tive transgressionor a structure of health-related behaviors, or both. In an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse sample of 1782 male and female high school adolescents, four first-order problem behavior latent variablessexual intercourse experience, alcohol abuse, illicit drug use,

Mark S. Turbin; Richard Jessor; Frances M. Costa

2000-01-01

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Private Narratives and Infant Views: Iconizing 1970s Militancy in Contemporary Argentine Cinema  

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. Buenos Aires: Norma. Cautiva. 2005. Directed by G. Biraben [DVD]. Buenos Aires: Cacerolazo Producciones. Cazadores de utopas. 1996. Directed by D. Blaustein [DVD]. Buenos Aires: SBP. Crenzel, E. ed. 2010. Los desaparecidos en la Argentina. Memorias.... Buenos Aires: Manantial. Encontrando a Vctor. 2005. Directed by N. Bruschtein [DVD]. Mexico, Buenos Aires: Centro de Capacitacin Cinematogrfica. Feierstein, L. 2012. Por una e(st)tica de la recepcin. La escucha social frente a los hijos de...

Garibotto, Veró nica

2015-01-01

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NILAI SESENGGAKAN DALAM UNGKAPAN TRADISIONAL BALI (DALAM PERSPEKTIF LINGUISTIK KEBUDAYAAN)  

Microsoft Academic Search

Abstrak Sesenggakan merupakan salah satu variasi bentuk ungkapan tradisional Bali, sebagai salah satu wujud dan praktek gaya berbahasa khususnya dalam komunikasi lisan. Sesenggakan dalam masyarakat Bali terbentuk dari inspirasi fenomena alam seperti tumbuh-tumbuhan, buah-buahan, binatang, aktivitas, dan benda mati. Kandungan maknanya memiliki kaitan makna dengan nilai-nilai budaya dan norma-nonna masyarakat etnik Bali dalam hubungan dengan fungsional dengan lingkungan alam dan

Ni Wayan Sumitri

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Compitino di Analisi Numerica Esercizio 1. Si studi l'errore inerente della funzione f(x; y) = (x + y) 2 . Si  

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norma e si descriva l'insieme S = fx 2 R 2 : jjxjj = 1g. Facoltativo: dimostrare che x ! (x H Ax) 1 elementare di Gauss E 1 tale che E 1 A abbia l'ultima colonna uguale a en 1 (dove e i , i = 1; : : : ; n sono i versori della base canonica di R n ). Si veri#12;chi che anche l'ultima colonna di A 2 = E 1 AE 1

Bini, Dario

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Integration of CC, IAQ, and EM for an Optimum and Proactive Energy Performance at Alamo Colleges, San Antonio, Texas.  

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1 Integration of CC?, IAQ, and EM for an Optimum and Proactive Energy Performance at Alamo Colleges, San Antonio, Texas. Norma L. Rangel, Stephen O?Neal, and Joseph T. Martinez; Energy Systems Laboratory John W. Strybos Alamo Colleges Energy... Agency of the State of Texas Integration of CC?, IAQ, and EM for an Optimum and Proactive Energy Performance at Alamo Colleges, Texas Outline Alamo?Colleges,?San?Antonio,?TX. Continuous?Commissioning??Measures Indoor?Air?Quality?Efforts Energy...

Rangel, N.; O'Neal, S.; Martinez, J.; Strybos, J.

2012-01-01

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RREESSPPOONNSSAABBIILLIIDDAADD PPOORR PPOOSSIIBBLLEESS DDAAOOSS EECCOONNOOMMIICCOOSS,, SSOOBBRREE LLAA SSAALLUUDD YY EELL MMEEDDIIOO AAMMBBIIEENNTTEE DDEERRIIVVAADDOOSS DDEELL CCUULLTTIIVVOO DDEE OOMMGGSS  

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y algunos sindicatos agrarios3 reclaman un régimen de responsabilidad civil en el que los daños de vista normativo se centra en la omisión absoluta de aspectos relacionados con la responsabilidad cierto es que, por el momento, no se prevén normas específicas sobre responsabilidad ni en la legislación

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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TD/B/COM.2/ISAR/40 23 de agosto de 2007  

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Distr. GENERAL TD/B/COM.2/ISAR/40 23 de agosto de 2007 ESPA?OL Original: INGL?S JUNTA DE COMERCIO Y/B/COM.2/ISAR/40 página 2 Resumen Al concluir su 23º período de sesiones, el Grupo de Trabajo Intergubernamental de Expertos en Normas Internacionales de Contabilidad y Presentación de Informes (ISAR) acordó

Muðan, Uðurhan

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Essays in monetary policy conduction and its effectiveness: monetary policy rules, probability forecasting, central bank accountability, and the sacrifice ratio  

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trust and encouragement. I benefited greatly from enlightening conversations with Professors John Nichols, Allan Love, George Davis, Rich Woodward, Rudy Nayga, Ron Griffin, James Richardson, Vicky Salin, Dror Goldberg, William Neilson, and Thomas... it was needed. I also want to acknowledge the helpful assistance that I got from Norma Pantoja, Lindsey Nelson, Adrienne Blaskey, Ruth Hicks, Stella Garcia, Cindy Fazzino, and Michelle Zinn. Graduate school would not have been so bearable if it were...

Gabriel, Casillas Olvera,

2004-11-15

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UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASLIA DEPARTAMENTO DE ECONOMIA  

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UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASÍLIA DEPARTAMENTO DE ECONOMIA MESTRADO PROFISSIONAL EM GEST?O ECON?MICA DO MEIO-Graduação em Economia, no uso de suas atribuições legais, torna público e estabelece as normas do processo Departamento de Economia, em sua reunião nº 10/2007, e pela Câmara de Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação da Universidade

Maier, Rudolf Richard

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COLOR PREFERENCES RELATIVE TO DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS, PERSONALITY, AND SELF-CONCEPT WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR HOMEMAKING EDUCATION  

Microsoft Academic Search

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The investigator,wishes to express sincere appre ciation to Dr. Valerie Chamberlain, chairman of the com mittee, for her guidance and patient understanding through out,this,study,and,to the,other,committee,member.,Dr. Joan Kelly, whose suggestions and criticisms kept the study progressing. In addition, the author wishes to thank Dr. Norma,Walker,and,Dr. Merrilyn,Cummings,for,their,com ments during the preparation of the manuscript, Mr. Gary Klein for his assistance with

JANIS M. CHOATE

1977-01-01

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Revista Iberoamericana de Polmeros Volumen 10(2), Marzo de 2009 Lodi et als. Degradacin de geomembranas  

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POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDADE (PEAD) E DE POLI(CLORETO DE VINILA) (PVC) UTILIZANDO ANÁLISE TERMOGRAVIM?TRICA ensaios de Análise Termogravimétrica (TGA) realizados em geomembranas de PVC de 1,0 e 2,0 mm e de PEAD de de acordo com as normas ASTM D6370 e E2105. Para a geomembrana de PVC as maiores reduções de

Zornberg, Jorge G.

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Um Processador Construtivista na Web para documentos anotados (PcWDa)  

Microsoft Academic Search

Resumo A notacao XML, cada vez mais, desempenha um papel im- portante na representacao textual da informacao estruturada ou semi- estruturada, sendo a norma mais vulgarizada para marcacao de do- cumentos. Torna-se por isso indispensavel a existencia de ferramentas que possibilitem desenvolver(editar e validar) eficientemente documen- tos XML. Neste artigo pretende-se discutir a especificacao e o desenvolvimento de uma dessas

Mariana Isabel Ferreira; Sandra Cristina Lopes; Pedro Rangel Henriques

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Guatemala: VII Temporada de Teatro Departamental, Mayo 19 al 21, 1989  

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Muestra Nacional de Teatro Departamental "Norma Padilla." Las funciones se efectuaron en el Teatro de Bellas Artes, a las 20:00 horas y la entrada fue gratuita. Paralelo a la muestra, se inaugur el XIII Encuentro Nacional de Directores de Teatro... Departamental con la asistencia de representantes de Peten, Cobn, Quiche, Acasaguastln, Progreso, Huehuetenango, San Lucas Sacatepquez, Pastores, Sacatepquez, El Chol, Baja Verapaz, Huit, Zacapa, Cuilapa, Santa Rosa, San Felipe Retalhuleu, Jalapa...

Bravo-Elizondo, Pedro

1990-04-01

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SALN MANUEL TOLS Las tamaleras han dado en ser  

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feminismo incipiente y contradictorio) Guión: María Rosa Palazón Dirección: Norma Lojero Reparto:Martha Nallelli Rosas, Columba Galván Gaytán, Alejandro Amaro Valencia, Ana Laura González, Guillermo Cardona novela corta en México (1872-2011) Gustavo Jiménez Aguirre, Rosa Beltrán y Eduardo Langagne Centro de

Islas, León

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UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR Decanato de Estudios Profesionales  

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), Enrique Iglesias (Coordinador de Física), Rosa Virginia Ocaña (Coordinadora de Estudios Urbanos), María próximamente), Luis Rojas (Coordinador de Ingeniería Mecánica), y Rosa Virginia Ocaña (Coordinadora de Estudios comunicó que el día lunes 08/10 se llevará a cabo un Taller de Normas y Procedimientos, cuya agenda será la

Vásquez, Carlos

258

Registro e Inscripcin 9:00-9:45 horas  

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Aranda Negrete -Maribel Rosa Delgado García Moderador: Ana Luisa Ochoa San Juan 12:00-12:15 horas de la norma ISAD-G para la elaboración de catálogos en el AGN, México" -Antonio Augusto de Paz la salud de San Antonio La Isla, Estado de México" -Rosa María Rojas Montes 17:30-17:45 horas

Islas, León

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Frontmatter  

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Ideology of Happy Endings: Wolff's Mansin de lechuzas Norma Helsper 123 Joaqun Aguirre Lavayn: La escatologa poltica en Guano maldito Willy Muoz 131 Teatro en el cono sur: Carlos Manuel Varela Pedro Bravo-Elizondo 143 Entrevista a Roberto Ramos...: Mustafa, by Armando Discpolo in collaboration with Rafael de Rosa; and Gris de ausencia, by Roberto Cossa. Although the Argentine theatre from its very beginnings is sensitive to this immigrant experience, in the case of Gris de ausencia there is a...

Editors

1993-04-01

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Biblioteca de Educacin informacin  

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. Google Scholar Localiza artículos, libros, tesis, libros, resúmenes y citas en fuentes muy diversas. IN electrónicos. Catálogo Ofrece acceso a más de 939.706 libros, 31.224 mapas y 18.840 títulos de revistas en revistas accesibles a texto completo, así como las actas de congresos o normas. Libros-e Más de 135

Autonoma de Madrid, Universidad

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Late Cryogenian-Ediacaran history of the Arabian-Nubian Shield: A review of depositional, plutonic, structural, and tectonic events in the closing stages of the northern East African Orogen  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

During the late Cryogenian-Ediacaran (650-542 Ma), the Arabian-Nubian Shield (ANS) underwent final assembly and accretion to the Saharan Metacraton concurrent with the assembly of eastern and western Gondwana. At the end of the Precambrian it lay at one end of the East African Orogen, with its northern margin (present coordinates) forming a low-relief stable shelf facing an open ocean; to the south the ANS transitioned into the Mozambique Belt. The geologic history of the ANS during this period provides insight into the closing developmental stages of one of the world's largest accretionary orogens. Following a 680-640 Ma orogenic event reflecting amalgamation of a core grouping of island-arc terranes (the proto-Arabian-Nubian Shield; pANS), the region underwent extensive exhumation, erosion, and subsidence. Depositional basins formed in the northern and eastern pANS, with those in the east below sea level and connected to an ocean. Periodic basin closure and formation of new basins in other parts of the ANS followed. Many basins were filled by terrestrial, molasse-type sediments interfingering with subordinate to predominant amounts of volcanic rocks. Magmatism was extensive throughout the period, initially characterized by tonalite-trondhjemite-granodiorite (TTG) and granite (monzogranite, syenogranite), but also characterized, from 610 Ma on, by increasing amounts of alkali-feldspar granite and alkali granite. The plutons are largely undeformed, except where cut by brittle-ductile shear zones. The magma sources of the late Cryogenian-Ediacaran granitoids were dominated by juvenile crust and(or) depleted mantle and magmas mostly originated in anorogenic, post-collisional, commonly extensional, settings. They were derived by melting and fractionation of anhydrous high-grade metamorphosed lower crust, mafic- to intermediate calc-alkaline crust, and(or) subduction-modified mantle wedges associated with slab break-off or delamination. By 630 Ma, the region was affected by oblique (transpressional) convergence of continental blocks that formed eastern and western Gondwanathe pANS was approaching the Saharan Metacraton; north-trending shear and shortening zones developed in the southern ANS; and northwest-trending strike-slip shear zones of the Najd fault system dominated farther north. In the northwestern ANS, convergence and Najd transpression buckled the crust causing structural highs with domes of gneissic infracrust overlain by supracrust composed of ophiolitic and volcanosedimentary assemblages dating from the Tonian-middle Cryogenian period of island-arc activity. The supracrust was extensively translated to the northwest above a high-strain zone. Extension and tectonic escape augmented exhumation of the gneissic infracrust particularly between 620-580 Ma. In the northeastern ANS, linear belts of gneiss formed from reworked older intrusive bodies or syntectonic intrusions that were emplaced along Najd faults. By 620 Ma a marine basin on the eastern margin of the pANS (present coordinates) was beginning to close. A thick sedimentary assemblage (Abt formation) in this basin underwent metamorphism and folding, and subduction-related magmatism and volcanism farther into this basin (Al Amar arc; >690-615 Ma) was coming to an end. Amalgamation of the Abt formation, Al Amar arc, and the pANS occurred between 620 and 605 Ma, and terminal collision between the pANS and the Saharan Metacraton was complete by 580 Ma. At this time, the ANS was fully assembled. Granite magmatism continued until 565-560 Ma and orogeny ceased by 550 Ma. During these terminal events, the region underwent strong chemical weathering and became a vast low-relief surface on which Lower Paleozoic sandstone was eventually deposited.

Johnson, P. R.; Andresen, A.; Collins, A. S.; Fowler, A. R.; Fritz, H.; Ghebreab, W.; Kusky, T.; Stern, R. J.

2011-10-01

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Pesticide exposure and cancer among rural workers from Bariri, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.  

PubMed

This article reports an environmental health study on risk identification. It discusses risk factors linked to rural work and pesticide contact in a restricted geographic area and shows the necessity of improving rural workers' health in the central part of Sao Paulo State. The municipality of Bariri, which is the case studied in this research, typifies this agriculturally based region. The study focuses on environmental problems engendered by modern agriculture that may have human-health repercussions such as cancer, as indicated by hard statistical association on an extended cause-effect time scale. For specific cases, the research used a database containing records of Amaral Carvalho Hospital, located in the city of Jau and a highly respected regional reference unit for over 85 years as one of the best in the Brazilian public health system for treating cancer. Statistics for age and gender were analyzed; relative risk was calculated for a group of cases registered from 2000 to 2002, as well as for a randomly selected control group from the same hospital. A map indicating the residences of cases (68) and non-cases (60) was made by geoprocessing techniques. For the period of time and the group studied, the authors concluded that the cancers of the skin and digestive system were the most prevalent. Bariri presented 24 cases representing all cancer types for each group of 10,000 citizens. The study indicated an almost two times higher probability of cancer development among rural workers, with a calculated relative risk between those exposed (agriculture workers) and the non-exposed (other occupations) of 1.6. No patterns of geographical distribution of cancer in that time period were recorded among rural workers of Bariri. However, the higher number of positive occurrences in the southwestern outskirts of the city indicated an area that must be prioritized in distributing environmental health information and conducting preventive education campaigns. PMID:15910970

de Brito S Stoppelli, Illona Maria; Crestana, Slvio

2005-07-01

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Optical Magnetometry  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Part I. Principles and Techniques: 1. General principles and characteristics of optical magnetometers D. F. Jackson Kimball, E. B. Alexandrov and D. Budker; 2. Quantum noise in atomic magnetometers M. V. Romalis; 3. Quantum noise, squeezing, and entanglement in radio-frequency optical magnetometers K. Jensen and E. S. Polzik; 4. Mx and Mz magnetometers E. B. Alexandrov and A. K. Vershovskiy; 5. Spin-exchange-relaxation-free (serf) magnetometers I. Savukov and S. J. Seltzer; 6. Optical magnetometry with modulated light D. F. Jackson Kimball, S. Pustelny, V. V. Yashchuk and D. Budker; 7. Microfabricated atomic magnetometers S. Knappe and J. Kitching; 8. Optical magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond V. M. Acosta, D. Budker, P. R. Hemmer, J. R. Maze and R. L. Walsworth; 9. Magnetometry with cold atoms W. Gawlik and J. M. Higbie; 10. Helium magnetometers R. E. Slocum, D. D. McGregor and A. W. Brown; 11. Surface coatings for atomic magnetometry S. J. Seltzer, M.-A. Bouchiat and M. V. Balabas; 12. Magnetic shielding V. V. Yashchuk, S.-K. Lee and E. Paperno; Part II. Applications: 13. Remote detection magnetometry S. M. Rochester, J. M. Higbie, B. Patton, D. Budker, R. Holzlhner and D. Bonaccini Calia; 14. Detection of nuclear magnetic resonance with atomic magnetometers M. P. Ledbetter, I. Savukov, S. J. Seltzer and D. Budker; 15. Space magnetometry B. Patton, A. W. Brown, R. E. Slocum and E. J. Smith; 16. Detection of biomagnetic fields A. Ben-Amar Baranga, T. G. Walker and R. T. Wakai; 17. Geophysical applications M. D. Prouty, R. Johnson, I. Hrvoic and A. K. Vershovskiy; Part III. Broader Impact: 18. Tests of fundamental physics with optical magnetometers D. F. Jackson Kimball, S. K. Lamoreaux and T. E. Chupp; 19. Nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscopes E. A. Donley and J. Kitching; 20. Commercial magnetometers and their application D. C. Hovde, M. D. Prouty, I. Hrvoic and R. E. Slocum; Index.

Budker, Dmitry; Kimball, Derek F. Jackson

2013-03-01

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Isolation and characterization of 5,6-dichloro-1-beta-D-ribofuranosylbenzimidazole-resistant mutants of the Chinese hamster ovary cell line.  

PubMed Central

Mutants resistant to the RNA synthesis inhibitor 5,6-dichloro-1-beta-D-ribofurano-sylbenzimidazole (DRB) have been isolated in the Chinese hamster ovary cell line CHO-K1. Three independently isolated mutants, DRB6 DRB10, and DRB13, were 3-, 5-, and 3.5-fold, respectively, more resistant to DRB than the parental cell line WTCHO. The DRB-resistant mutations were expressed codominantly in somatic cell hybrids of DRB-resistant and DRB-sensitive cell lines. In vivo treatment of CHO-K1 cells with DRB resulted in specific inhibition of endogenous RNA polymerase II activity in cell lysates. Whereas DRB inhibited RNA polymerase II activity in WTCHO cells by a maximum of 60% at concentrations as low as 60 microM, 300 microM DRB was required to inhibit 60% of the RNA polymerase II activity in DRB10 cells. However, the inhibition of the DRB-sensitive RNA polymerase II activity in DRB10 was biphasic. About half (53 to 56%) of this activity was inhibited by 90 microM DRB and thus showed a DRB sensitivity similar to the wild-type RNA polymerase II activity; the remaining DRB-sensitive RNA polymerase II activity was maximally inhibited by 300 microM DRB. These results indicated that there were two copies of the drbR locus (drb+ and drbR-10) in DRB10 and confirmed that the drbR-10 mutation was expressed codominantly. Somatic cell hybrids of DRB-resistant and alpha-amanitin-resistant cell lines grew in medium containing both DRB and alpha-amanitin, demonstrating that the drbR and amaR mutations were not in the same gene. Thus, the drbR mutations may define an additional component of the RNA polymerase II transcriptional complex in mammalian cells. Images PMID:6180307

Funanage, V L

1982-01-01

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Food, Environment, Engineering and Life Sciences Program (Invited)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Food, Environment, Engineering and Life Sciences Program Nadia Amar, Wiella Burgess, Rabi H. Mohtar, and Dale Whitaker Purdue University Correspondence: mohtar@purdue.edu FEELS, the Food, Environment, Engineering and Life Sciences Program is a grant of the National Science Foundation for the College of Agriculture at Purdue University. FEELS mission is to recruit, retain, and prepare high-achieving students with financial difficulties to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers. FEELS achieves its goals offering a scholarship of up to 10,000 per student each year, academic, research and industrial mentors, seminars, study tables, social and cultural activities, study abroad and community service projects. In year one, nine low-income, first generation and/or ethnic minority students joined the FEELS program. All 9 FEELS fellows were retained in Purdues College of Agriculture (100%) with 7 of 9 (77.7%) continuing to pursue STEM majors. FEELS fellows achieved an average GPA in their first year of 3.05, compared to the average GPA of 2.54 for low-income non- FEELS students in the College of Agriculture. A new cohort of 10 students joined the program in August 2009. FEELS fellows received total scholarships of nearly 50,000 for the 2008-2009 academic year. These scholarships were combined with a holistic program that included the following key elements: FEELS Freshman Seminars I and II, 2 study tables per week, integration activities and frequent meetings with FEELS academic mentors and directors. Formative assessments of all FEELS activities were used to enhance the first year curriculum for the second cohort. Cohort 1 will continue into their second year where the focus will be on undergraduate research. More on FEELS programs and activities: www.purdue.edu/feels.

Mohtar, R. H.; Whittaker, A.; Amar, N.; Burgess, W.

2009-12-01

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Isolation and characterization of 5,6-dichloro-1-beta-D-ribofuranosylbenzimidazole-resistant mutants of the Chinese hamster ovary cell line.  

PubMed

Mutants resistant to the RNA synthesis inhibitor 5,6-dichloro-1-beta-D-ribofurano-sylbenzimidazole (DRB) have been isolated in the Chinese hamster ovary cell line CHO-K1. Three independently isolated mutants, DRB6 DRB10, and DRB13, were 3-, 5-, and 3.5-fold, respectively, more resistant to DRB than the parental cell line WTCHO. The DRB-resistant mutations were expressed codominantly in somatic cell hybrids of DRB-resistant and DRB-sensitive cell lines. In vivo treatment of CHO-K1 cells with DRB resulted in specific inhibition of endogenous RNA polymerase II activity in cell lysates. Whereas DRB inhibited RNA polymerase II activity in WTCHO cells by a maximum of 60% at concentrations as low as 60 microM, 300 microM DRB was required to inhibit 60% of the RNA polymerase II activity in DRB10 cells. However, the inhibition of the DRB-sensitive RNA polymerase II activity in DRB10 was biphasic. About half (53 to 56%) of this activity was inhibited by 90 microM DRB and thus showed a DRB sensitivity similar to the wild-type RNA polymerase II activity; the remaining DRB-sensitive RNA polymerase II activity was maximally inhibited by 300 microM DRB. These results indicated that there were two copies of the drbR locus (drb+ and drbR-10) in DRB10 and confirmed that the drbR-10 mutation was expressed codominantly. Somatic cell hybrids of DRB-resistant and alpha-amanitin-resistant cell lines grew in medium containing both DRB and alpha-amanitin, demonstrating that the drbR and amaR mutations were not in the same gene. Thus, the drbR mutations may define an additional component of the RNA polymerase II transcriptional complex in mammalian cells. PMID:6180307

Funanage, V L

1982-04-01

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Considerations on Terrestrial Iron Depositing Analogs to Earliest Mars  

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Iron oxide and hydroxide minerals, including hematite, can mineralize and preservemicrofossils and physical biomarkers (Allen at al., 2004). Preserved remnants of phototrophic microorganisms are recognized as biosignatures of past life on Earth (Schopf, 2006). To date, two types of surface iron depositing environments have been studied as analogs to possible habitable environments on earliest Mars: the highly acidified Rio Tinto River (Iberian Belt, Spain) [Gomez Ortis et al., 2007], and the nearneutral iron depositing Chocolate Pots Hot Spring (Yellowstone National Park, US) [Parenteau at al., 2005]. While phototrophs in the Rio Tinto are only represented by eukaryotic algae (Amaral Zettler et all., 2002), Chocolate Pots is mainly populated with cyanobacteria (Pierson et all., 2000; Brown et all., 2007). Which of these environments is the closer analog to a potentially habitable early Mars? Paleobiological data, combined with recent "tree of life" interpretations, suggest that phototrophic eukaryotes evolved not earlier than 2.5 - 2.8 b.y. after Earth s accretion (4.6 b.y.), while cyanobacteria and /or their iron-tolerant predecessors evolved between 1 - 1.5 b.y. after accretion (Brown et al., 2007). Lindsay and Brasier (2002) postulated that microbial life on Mars surface could have lasted no more than 1-1.5 b.y. after Mars accretion (also 4.6 b.y.). Recent multispectral mapping of Mars suggests that near-neutral wet environments prevailed at approximately this time (Bibring, et al., 2006). Thus, near-neutral iron depositing hot springs such as Chocolate Pots Hot Spring seem to be the more likely habitable analogs for earliest Mars.

Brown, Igor I.; Allen, Carlton C.; Sarkisova, S. A.; Garrison, D. H.; McKay, D. S.

2007-01-01

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Microstructural finite strain analysis and 40Ar/39Ar evidence for the origin of the Mizil gneiss dome, eastern Arabian Shield, Saudi Arabia  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Mizil antiform is a gneiss-cored culmination situated near the northern end of the Ar Rayn island arc terrane, which is the easternmost exposed tectonic unit of the Arabian Shield. This domal structure has a mantle of metamorphosed volcanosedimentary rocks belonging to the Al-Amar Group, and an igneous interior made up of foliated granodiorite-tonalite with adakitic affinity. The gneissic core has a SHRIMP U-Pb zircon age of 689 10 Ma making it the oldest rock unit in the Ar Rayn terrane. An adakite diapir, formed by the melting of the subducted crust of a young marginal basin, and rising through the volcanosedimentary succession of the Ar Rayn island arc is thought to have caused the observed doming. Relatively uniform strain throughout the dome combined with strong vertical shortening and the roughly radial pattern of stretching lineation is consistent with diapirism; the absence of strain localization rules out detachment faulting as a causative mechanism. Amphibolites from the metamorphic envelope have an 40Ar/39Ar age of 615 2 Ma; the age gap between core and cover is thought to reflect the resetting of metamorphic ages during the final suturing event, a phenomenon that is often observed throughout the eastern shield. Aeromagnetic anomalies beneath the Phanerozoic sedimentary cover indicate the presence of a collage of accreted terranes east of the Ar Rayn terrane that were probably amalgamated onto the Arabian margin during the latest stages of the closure of the Mozambique ocean; culminant orogeny is believed to have taken place between 620 and 600 Ma as these terrane collided with a major continental mass to the east referred to here as the eastern Arabian block (EAB). The Mizil gneiss dome is therefore considered to have formed in a convergent contractional setting rather than being the outcome of extensional post-orogenic collapse.

Al-Saleh, Ahmad M.; Kassem, Osama M. K.

2012-07-01

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Distribution of oceanic and continental leads in the Arabian-Nubian Shield  

USGS Publications Warehouse

New common lead data for feldspar, whole-rock, and galena samples from the Arabian-Nubian Shield, together with data from previous work, can be divided into two main groups. Group I leads have oceanic (mantle) characteristics, whereas group II leads have incorporated a continental-crustal component of at least early Proterozoic age. The group I leads are found in rocks from the Red Sea Hills of Egypt and the western and southern parts of the Arabian Shield. Group II leads are found in rocks from the northeastern and eastern parts of the Arabian Shield, as well as from the southeastern Shield near Najran. They are also found in rocks to the south in Yemen, to the east in Oman, and to the west at Aswan, Egypt. This distribution of data suggests that the Arabian-Nubian Shield has an oceanic core flanked by rocks that have developed, at least in part, from older continental material. Two mechanisms are suggested by which this older lead component could have been incorporated into the late Proterozoic rocks, and each may have operated in different parts of the Shield. The older lead component either was derived directly from an underlying early Proterozoic basement or was incorporated from subducted pelagic sediments or sediments derived from an adjacent continent. New U-Pb zircon data indicate the presence of an early Proterozoic basement southeast of Jabal Dahul in the eastern Arabian Shield. These data, together with 2,000-Ma-old zircons from the Al Amar fault zone, verify the implication of the common lead data that at least a part of the eastern Arabian Shield has an older continental basement. Because continental margins are particularly favorable locations for development of ore deposits, these findings may have important economic implications, particularly for tin, tungsten, and molybdenum exploration. ?? 1983 Springer-Verlag.

Stacey, J. S.; Stoeser, D. B.

1983-01-01

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UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL FLUMINENSE PR-REITORIA DE GRADUAO  

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estabelece normas para realização de estágios internos: obrigatórios ­ EO e não obrigatórios ­ ENO e as modalidades (EO e ENO). Os estágios ENO terão direito a bolsa. 1.3 Divulgar aos alunos da UFF, interessados em com o programa de cada curso, por meio dos estágios obrigatórios - EO e não obrigatórios ­ ENO, o

Souza, Max O.

271

Hard X-ray observations of the region from the galactic center to Centaurus  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A balloon flight from Parana, Argentina, was conducted to observe emissions from discrete or extended sources in the southern sky. The sources observed include GX 304-1, Nor X-2, GX 340+0, GX 354-5, a possibly composite source near the galactic center, and the nova-like source (2U1543-47) in the Lupus-Norma region which has been reported previously only in satellite observations. Data concerning the possibility of line emission near 0.5 MeV from different regions of the southern sky are also presented.

Guo, D. D.; Webber, W. R.; Damle, S. V.

1974-01-01

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International Cosmic Ray Conference, 13th, University of Denver, Denver, Colo., August 17-30, 1973, Proceedings. Volume 5  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

An X-ray observation of the Norma-Lupus region, charge and isotope measurements of heavy cosmic ray nuclei and their role in the determination of cosmic ray age, and the possibility of a contribution to primary cosmic ray spectra from pulsars are among the topics covered in papers concerned with some of the results of recent cosmic ray research. Other topics covered include multiple scattering of charged particles in magnetic fields, absorption of primary cosmic rays in the atmosphere, and phase lag effects on cosmic ray modulation during a recent solar cycle. Individual items are announced in this issue.

1974-01-01

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LOS METALES PESADOS EN EL MEDIO AMBIENTE Y LA SALUD PBLICA Coordinadores  

E-print Network

. Ernesto Caetano IGG-UNAM 30/03/12 7 La materia orgánica del suelo y la toxicidad de elementos Dra. Norma. Rocío García M. CCA-UNAM 31/03/12 9 Microbiología de suelos: los MP en relación al MA y la SP Dra. Rosalba Esquivel FQ-UNAM 13/04/12 10 Caracterización y contaminación de suelos Dr. Gilberto Hdez y M en C

Islas, León

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Equacions Diferencials Codi: 22701 A Temps: 30 minuts Avaluacio Continuada 12 d'Abril de 2002  

E-print Network

`aries per trobar un interval d'exist`encia. El radi de la bola B = B1(0, 1, -1) ´es r = 1. Acotem la norma de la funci´o F(x, Y ) en la bola B: M = max z2 + (2z - y)2 : (x, Y ) B = max y2 + 5z2 - 4yz : (x, Y(x, Y ) = (f1(x, Y ), f2(x, Y )) respecte les variables y i z en la bola B. Com f1 y (x, Y ) = 0 f1 z (x

Ramírez-Ros, Rafael

275

A Teacher's Perspective: What Is Culture?  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In her chapter, "What Is Culture?," page 89, Norma Gonz�lez explains how the concept of culture has evolved historically and how it has affected education over time. As anthropologists continue to define culture in more dynamic ways, educators are encouraged to look beyond the rigid categories typically used to classify students--especially students from poor families and who speak a first language other than English--and see students as participants in many "cultural" communities. Ana Vaisenstein, a former first-grade teacher in a two-way bilingual school, shares her perspective.

Ana Vaisenstein, Sumner School, Boston Public Schools

2008-01-01

276

Political dreams, practical boundaries: the case of the Nursing Minimum Data Set, 1983-1990.  

PubMed

The initial development of the Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS) was analyzed based on archival material from Harriet Werley and Norma Lang, two nurses involved with the project, and American Nurses Association materials. The process of identifying information to be included in the NMDS was contentious. Individual nurses argued on behalf of particular data because of a strong belief in how nursing practice (through information collection) should be structured. Little attention was paid to existing practice conditions that would ultimately determine whether the NMDS would be used. PMID:21329148

Hobbs, Jennifer

2011-01-01

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La revolucin y el papel de la mujer en el teatro de Consuelo de Castro y Pilar Campesino  

E-print Network

if it were seen through the eyes of women and ordered by the values they define"? (Showalter 260). En las dos obras estudiadas aqu, es probable que un pblico, acostumbrado a las normas de la sociedad dominante, experimente slo un aspecto de lo que... que no fueron detenidos rechazan las ideas pacficas de Z y desafan a los policas que invaden el edificio. Entre los estudiantes se encuentran dos mujeres que admiran y aman a Z: Jlia que va a tener su hijo y Rosa, una muchacha rica que con su...

Bissett, Judith I.

1999-10-01

278

La funcin de la intermediaria en Yo tambin hablo de la rosa  

E-print Network

, Mayala.13 Aqu, Leonora, de acuerdo con las normas de Artaud, ha devuelto "the spirit of profound anarchy which is at the root of all poetry"14 al teatro. Hay un reflejo de cada una de estas figuras en la Intermediaria de Yo tambin hablo de la rosa...FALL 1978 51 La funcin de la Intermediaria en Yo tambin hablo de la rosa R. A. KERR // literary wor\\ of art is not a simple object but rather a highly complex organization of a stratified character with multiple mean ings and relationships...

Kerr, R. A.

1978-10-01

279

Lembranas da Companhia dramtica Nacional  

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, pois que a primeira, na gesto de Abadie Faria Rosa, sob o ttulo de "Comdia Brasileira," aconteceu em 1940 mas logo foi transformada em sociedade civil, por entraves burocrticos. Claro que eu tinha um grande conhecimento do assunto. Fui durante 2....D.N. levar-se- em conta no s o alto nvel literrio das peas, mas tambm o seu valor teatral. VII. Fica o Diretor do Servio Nacional de Teatro autorizado a designar ou admitir, no perodo de durao das temporadas, nos termos da legislao e normas...

Calvet, Aldo

1984-04-01

280

Theatre in Buenos Aires: July-August 1997  

E-print Network

of the 1994 Premio Mara Teresa Len, awarded by the Asociacin de Directores de Escena de Espaa, the drama was an impressive box-office success. The two-character play takes place in the kitchen of a wealthy country estate and stages the interaction... between the cook, a presumptuous middle-aged woman, and her new assistant, a young, uneducated country girl (Elisa), who is pregnant. In SPRING 1998 137 this unsettling play, protagonized by Norma Pons, the kitchen and the preparation of food function...

Magnarelli, Sharon

1998-04-01

281

A lead isotope study of mineralization in the Saudi Arabian Shield  

USGS Publications Warehouse

New lead isotope data are presented for some late Precambrian and early Paleozoic vein and massive sulfide deposits in the Arabian Shield. Using the Stacey Kramers (1975) model for lead isotope evolution, isochron model ages range between 720 m.y. and 420 m.y. Most of the massive sulfide deposits in the region formed before 680 m.y. ago, during evolution of the shield. Vein type mineralization of higher lead content occurred during the Pan African event about 550 m.y. ago and continued through the Najd period of extensive faulting in the shield that ended about 530 m.y. ago. Late post-tectonic metamorphism may have been responsible for vein deposits that have model ages less than 500 m.y. Alternatively some of these younger model ages may be too low due to the mineralizing fluids acquiring radiogenic lead from appreciably older local crustal rocks at the time of ore formation. The low207Pb/204Pb ratios found for the deposits in the main part of the shield and for those in north-eastern Egypt, indicate that the Arabian craton was formed in an oceanic crustal environment during the late Precambrian. Involvement of older, upper-crustal material in the formation of the ore deposits in this part of the shield is precluded by their low207Pb/204Pb and208Pb/204Pb characteristics. In the eastern part of the shield, east of longitude 44??20???E towards the Al Amar-Idsas fault region, lead data are quite different. They exhibit a linear207Pb/204Pb-206Pb/204Pb relationship together with distinctly higher208Pb/204Pb characteristics. These data imply the existence of lower crustal rocks of early Proterozoic age that apparently have underthrust the shield rocks from the east. If most of the samples we have analyzed from this easterly region were mineralized 530 m.y. ago, then the age of the older continental rocks is 2,100??300 m.y. (2??). The presence of upper crustal rocks, possibly also of early Proterozoic age, is indicated by galena data from Hailan in South Yemen and also from near Muscat in Oman. These data are the first to indicate such old continental material in these regions. ?? 1980 Springer-Verlag.

Stacey, J.S.; Doe, B.R.; Roberts, R.J.; Delevaux, M.H.; Gramlich, J.W.

1980-01-01

282

Different quantification algorithms may lead to different results: a comparison using proton MRS lipid signals.  

PubMed

Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) is a sensitive method for investigating the biochemical compounds in a tissue. The interpretation of the data relies on the quantification algorithms applied to MR spectra. Each of these algorithms has certain underlying assumptions and may allow one to incorporate prior knowledge, which could influence the quality of the fit. The most commonly considered types of prior knowledge include the line-shape model (Lorentzian, Gaussian, Voigt), knowledge of the resonating frequencies, modeling of the baseline, constraints on the damping factors and phase, etc. In this article, we study whether the statistical outcome of a biological investigation can be influenced by the quantification method used. We chose to study lipid signals because of their emerging role in the investigation of metabolic disorders. Lipid spectra, in particular, are characterized by peaks that are in most cases not Lorentzian, because measurements are often performed in difficult body locations, e.g. in visceral fats close to peristaltic movements in humans or very small areas close to different tissues in animals. This leads to spectra with several peak distortions. Linear combination of Model spectra (LCModel), Advanced Method for Accurate Robust and Efficient Spectral fitting (AMARES), quantitation based on QUantum ESTimation (QUEST), Automated Quantification of Short Echo-time MRS (AQSES)-Lineshape and Integration were applied to simulated spectra, and area under the curve (AUC) values, which are proportional to the quantity of the resonating molecules in the tissue, were compared with true values. A comparison between techniques was also carried out on lipid signals from obese and lean Zucker rats, for which the polyunsaturation value expressed in white adipose tissue should be statistically different, as confirmed by high-resolution NMR measurements (considered the gold standard) on the same animals. LCModel, AQSES-Lineshape, QUEST and Integration gave the best results in at least one of the considered groups of simulated or in vivo lipid signals. These outcomes highlight the fact that quantification methods can influence the final result and its statistical significance. PMID:24493129

Mosconi, E; Sima, D M; Osorio Garcia, M I; Fontanella, M; Fiorini, S; Van Huffel, S; Marzola, P

2014-04-01

283

Two new species and new records of nasal mites of the genus Sternostoma (Acarina: Rhinonyssinae) from birds in Texas.  

PubMed

Two new species and new host and locality records are established for nasal mites of the genus Sternostoma from birds in Texas. Sternostoma tracheacolum Lawrence is reported for the first time from Pipilo fuscus and Pyrrhuloxia sinuata, respectively. Additionally, a new host record for Sternostoma porteri Hyland from Centurus aurifrons and a new locality record for Sternostoma pirangae Pence from Piranga rubra are established. A redescription is provided for Sternostoma augei Amaral from Speotyto cunicularia. Sternostoma crotophagae sp. n. is described from Crotophaga sulcirostris. It differs from the other species of the genus by the heavily sclerotized margins of the anal plate and tiny cribrum, the two small rounded bifuractions of the movable digit of the chelicerae, abscence of dorsal opisthosomal setae (J, Z, and R series), and chaetotaxy of tarsi II, III, and IV which have only 3 ventral club-shaped setae in the distal row (al1, av2, and pl1 with pv1 apparently absent) and 2 club-shaped setae in the more proximal row (al2 and av3 with pv3 modified into a spinelike seta in the more proximal row and al2 and av3 with pv3 modified into a spinelike seta having an enlarged base and pl2 shorter and with a rounded tip). Sternostoma sayornis sp. n. is described from Sayornis nigricans. The new species is most similar to Sternostoma hedonophilum Fain but differs in the absence of enlarged punctate areas around the stigmata, 5 additional pairs of seta on dorsal opisthosoma (Z and R series), absence of gnathosomal and capitular setae, and slight differences in the leg chaetotaxy with al1 and pl1 on tarsi II, III, and IV very long and whip-like and slight differences in the solenidia on and adjacent to the sensorial area of tarsus I. The host-parasite relationships and affinities of the species of Sternostoma from the host family Tyrannidae are briefly discussed and Sternostoma callithrix Fain and Aitken is reduced as a synonym of Sternostoma longisetosa Hyland on the basis of their existing descriptions. PMID:1127568

Pence, D B; Casto, S

1975-04-01

284

High Temperature Hydrothermal Components in the Sediment Cover of the Saldanha Hydrothermal Field  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Saldanha hydrothermal field is located at a non-transform offset (NTO5), between the FAMOUS and AMAR segments on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (N36 34'; W33 26'). This field was discovered in 1998 during the Saldanha cruise (FCT, Portugal and IFREMER, France) and was revisited in 2001 during the Seahma cruise (FCT, Portugal) and in 2004 during the CD167 cruise (NOC, UK and FCT, Portugal). It is a serpentinite-hosted hydrothermal field and in situ observations revealed that hydrothermal vents are scarce and disseminated along the ocean floor over an area of approximately 400m2. Weakly venting fluids discharge through centimeter-sized orifices. Maximum fluid temperatures of 9 C were measured with the Victor ROV in 2001. Surface sediments have been collected from the Saldanha hydrothermal field in 1998, 2001 and 2004 and differences concerning mineralogy and geochemistry were recorded between these sediments. Mineralogy, whole sediment geochemistry and isotope ((? 13C, ? 18O, Pb and Nd) data suggest geochemical variations in hydrothermal activity in this system. Hydrothermal activity is more strongly recorded in sediments collected in 2004, which are richer in sulfide mineralization and in hydrothermally- derived elements such as Cu, Zn, Fe, Co, Ni and S. In these sediments, rare earth elements (REE) patterns are characteristically derived from vent fluids, with enrichment in light REE and a pronounced positive Eu anomaly. The seawater-derived REE components in these sediments are low, as revealed by a small negative Ce anomaly. Lead isotopic ratios are typically less radiogenic in the youngest sediments when compared with the ones recorded in 1998 and 2001 sediments, demonstrating a negligible contribution of Pb from pelagic sediments. This is in agreement with neodymium isotope analyses indicating a smaller seawater contribution in the 2004 sediments. Oxygen isotope compositions (?18OSMOW=6,59-11,63) of hydrothermal calcites present throughout the 2004 sediment core imply much higher temperatures of mineral precipitation (up to 260 C ) than those measured directly at the vent orifices in 2001 (9 C).Hydrothermal minerals are precipitated subsurface, preserving minerals from oxidizing conditions. The high temperature of mineral precipitation suggested by our data requires a significant heat input to this system, raising the question of the heat source of this system and the role of serpentinization processes, as no magmatic heat source has yet been found.

Dias, A.; Frueh-Green, G. L.; Bernasconi, S. M.; Mills, R. A.; Taylor, R. N.; Barriga, F. J.

2006-12-01

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Multistage late Cenozoic evolution of the Amargosa River drainage, southwestern Nevada and eastern California Society of America. All rights reserved  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Stratigraphic and geomorphic analyses reveal that the regional drainage basin of the modern Amargosa River formed via multistage linkage of formerly isolated basins in a diachronous series of integration events between late Miocene and latest Pleistocene-Holocene time. The 275-km-long Amargosa River system drains generally southward across a large (15,540 km 2) watershed in southwestern Nevada and eastern California to its terminus in central Death Valley. This drainage basin is divided into four major subbasins along the main channel and several minor subbasins on tributaries; these subbasins contain features, including central valley lowlands surrounded by highlands that form external divides or internal paleodivides, which suggest relict individual physiographic-hydrologic basins. From north to south, the main subbasins along the main channel are: (1) an upper headwaters subbasin, which is deeply incised into mostly Tertiary sediments and volcanic rocks; (2) an unincised low-gradient section within the Amargosa Desert; (3) a mostly incised section centered on Tecopa Valley and tributary drainages; and (4) a west- to northwest-oriented mostly aggrading lower section along the axis of southern Death Valley. Adjoining subbasins are hydro-logically linked by interconnecting narrows or canyon reaches that are variably incised into formerly continuous paleodivides. The most important linkages along the main channel include: (1) the Beatty narrows, which developed across a Tertiary bedrock paleodivide between the upper and Amargosa Desert subbasins during a latest Miocene-early Pliocene to middle Pleistocene interval (ca. 4-0.5 Ma); (2) the Eagle Mountain narrows, which cut into a mostly alluvial paleodivide between the Amar-gosa Desert and Tecopa subbasins in middle to late Pleistocene (ca. 150-100 ka) time; and (3) the Amargosa Canyon, which formed in late middle Pleistocene (ca. 200140 ka) time through a breached, actively uplifting paleodivide between the Tecopa and southern Death Valley subbasins. Collectively, the interconnecting reaches represent discrete integration events that incrementally produced the modern drainage basin starting near Beatty sometime after 4 Ma and ending in the Salt Creek tributary in the latest Pleistocene to Holocene (post-30 ka). Potential mechanisms for drainage integration across paleodivides include basin overtopping from sedimentary infilling above paleodivide elevations, paleolake spillover, groundwater sapping, and (or) headward erosion of dissecting channels in lower-altitude subbasins. These processes are complexly influenced by fluvial responses to factors such as climatic change, local base-level differences across divides, and (or) tectonic activity (the latter only recognized in Amargosa Canyon). ?? 2008 The Geological Society of America.

Menges, C.M.

2008-01-01

286

The Edge of the Young Galactic Disk  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In this work, we report and discuss the detection of two distant diffuse stellar groups in the third Galactic quadrant. They are composed of young stars, with spectral types ranging from late O to late B, and lie at galactocentric distances between 15 and 20 kpc. These groups are located in the area of two cataloged open clusters (VdB-Hagen 04 and Ruprecht 30), projected toward the Vela-Puppis constellations, and within the core of the Canis Major overdensity. Their reddening and distances have been estimated by analyzing their color-color and color-magnitude diagrams, derived from deep UBV photometry. The existence of young star aggregates at such extreme distances from the Galactic center challenges the commonly accepted scenario in which the Galactic disk has a sharp cutoff at about 14 kpc from the Galactic center and indicates that it extends to much greater distances (as also supported by the recent detection of CO molecular complexes well beyond this distance). While the groups we find in the area of Ruprecht 30 are compatible with the Orion and Norma-Cygnus spiral arms, respectively, the distant group we identify in the region of VdB-Hagen 04 lies in the external regions of the Norma-Cygnus arm, at a galactocentric distance (~20 kpc) where no young stars have been detected so far in the optical.

Carraro, Giovanni; Vzquez, Ruben A.; Costa, Edgardo; Perren, Gabriel; Moitinho, Andr

2010-08-01

287

Galaxy Clusters in the Swift/BAT era II: 10 more Clusters detected above 15 keV  

SciTech Connect

We report on the discovery of 10 additional galaxy clusters detected in the ongoing Swift/BAT all-sky survey. Among the newly BAT-discovered clusters there are: Bullet, Abell 85, Norma, and PKS 0745-19. Norma is the only cluster, among those presented here, which is resolved by BAT. For all the clusters we perform a detailed spectral analysis using XMM-Newton and Swift/BAT data to investigate the presence of a hard (non-thermal) X-ray excess. We find that in most cases the clusters emission in the 0.3-200 keV band can be explained by a multi-temperature thermal model confirming our previous results. For two clusters (Bullet and Abell 3667) we find evidence for the presence of a hard X-ray excess. In the case of the Bullet cluster, our analysis confirms the presence of a non-thermal, power-law like, component with a 20-100 keV flux of 3.4 x 10{sup -12} erg cm{sup -2} s{sup -1} as detected in previous studies. For Abell 3667 the excess emission can be successfully modeled as a hot component (kT = {approx}13 keV). We thus conclude that the hard X-ray emission from galaxy clusters (except the Bullet) has most likely thermal origin.

Ajello, M.; /SLAC /KIPAC, Menlo Park; Rebusco, P.; /KIPAC, Menlo Park; Cappelluti, N.; /Garching, Max Planck Inst., MPE /Maryland U., Baltimore County; Reimer, O.; /SLAC /Palermo Observ.; Boehringer, H.; /Garching, Max Planck Inst., MPE; La Parola, V.; Cusumano, G.; /Palermo Observ.; ,

2010-10-27

288

GALAXY CLUSTERS IN THE SWIFT/BAT ERA. II. 10 MORE CLUSTERS DETECTED ABOVE 15 keV  

SciTech Connect

We report on the discovery of 10 additional galaxy clusters detected in the ongoing Swift/Burst Alert Telescope (BAT) all-sky survey. Among the newly BAT-discovered clusters there are Bullet, A85, Norma, and PKS 0745-19. Norma is the only cluster, among those presented here, which is resolved by BAT. For all the clusters, we perform a detailed spectral analysis using XMM-Newton and Swift/BAT data to investigate the presence of a hard (non-thermal) X-ray excess. We find that in most cases the clusters' emission in the 0.3-200 keV band can be explained by a multi-temperature thermal model confirming our previous results. For two clusters (Bullet and A3667), we find evidence for the presence of a hard X-ray excess. In the case of the Bullet cluster, our analysis confirms the presence of a non-thermal, power-law-like, component with a 20-100 keV flux of 3.4 x 10{sup -12} erg cm{sup -2} s{sup -1} as detected in previous studies. For A3667, the excess emission can be successfully modeled as a hot component (kT {approx} 13 keV). We thus conclude that the hard X-ray emission from galaxy clusters (except the Bullet) has most likely a thermal origin.

Ajello, M.; Reimer, O. [SLAC National Laboratory and Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology, 2575 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025 (United States); Rebusco, P. [Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research, MIT, Cambridge, MA 02139 (United States); Cappelluti, N.; Boehringer, H. [Max Planck Institut fuer Extraterrestrische Physik, P.O. Box 1603, 85740, Garching (Germany); La Parola, V.; Cusumano, G., E-mail: majello@slac.stanford.ed [INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica di Palermo, via U. La Malfa 153, 90146 Palermo (Italy)

2010-12-20

289

Extragalactic large-scale structures behind the southern Milky Way. III. Redshifts obtained at the SAAO in the Great Attractor region  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In the third of a series of papers on large-scale structures behind the southern Milky Way, we report here on redshifts obtained at the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) in the Great Attractor region (318deg <~ l <~ 340deg , |b| <= 10deg , Woudt 1998). This region encompasses the peak in the reconstructed mass density field, associated with the Great Attractor (Kolatt et al. 1995, Dekel et al. 1998) and covers the crossing of the Supergalactic Plane with the Galactic Plane. Our deep optical galaxy search in the Zone of Avoidance (ZOA) in this region (Woudt 1998) has resulted in the detection of 4423 galaxies with observed diameters larger than 0.2 arcmin. We have obtained reliable redshifts for 309 galaxies of the 4423 galaxies with the ``Unit'' spectrograph (first with a Reticon, then with a CCD detector) at the 1.9-m telescope of the SAAO. An additional 13 tentative redshifts are presented. Before our survey, 127 galaxies had a previously recorded redshift (NED and SRC96). Given a small overlap with the literature (44 galaxies), we present here redshifts for 265 galaxies that had no previous recorded velocity. In addition, we present central velocity dispersion (sigma_o ) measurements for 34 galaxies in ACO 3627. It is known that the Great Attractor (GA) region is overdense in galaxies at a redshift-distance of v ~ 5000 {km s-1 } (Fairall 1988, Dressler 1991, Visvanathan & Yamada 1996, di Nella et al. 1997). We realise here, however, that the Great Attractor region is dominated by ACO 3627 (hereafter referred to as the Norma cluster), a highly obscured, nearby and massive cluster of galaxies close to the plane of the Milky Way (l, b, v) = (325.3deg , -7.2deg , 4844 {km s-1 }) (Kraan-Korteweg et al. 1996, Woudt 1998). Previous redshift surveys in the GA region have failed to gauge the significance of the Norma cluster, primarily due to the diminishing effects of the Galactic foreground extinction on the partially obscured galaxies. In the absence of the obscuring effects of the Milky Way, the Norma cluster would have appeared as prominent as the well-known Coma cluster, but nearer in redshift-space. This cluster most likely marks the bottom of the potential well of the Great Attractor (Woudt 1998). All the tables are only available in electronic form at the CDS via anonymous ftp to cdsarc.u-strasbg.fr (130.79.128.5) or via http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/Abstract.html

Woudt, P. A.; Kraan-Korteweg, R. C.; Fairall, A. P.

1999-12-01

290

Star counts and IRAS sources in southern dark clouds.  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Star counts were performed towards 9 southern dark clouds situated in the cloud complexes of Vela, Carina, Chamaeleon, Musca, Circinus and Norma, and in the Southern Coalsack, using the ESO(B), SRC-J and ESO(R) plates. Maps of the distribution of visual extinction are presented for each cloud, and the masses contained within different extinction contour levels estimated. The distribution and color indices of the IRAS point sources found in projection to the clouds are investigated. The color indices are used to point out sources which are probable young stellar objects embedded in the clouds; the nature of these objects is discussed; in some cases they are used as distance indicators.

Hetem, J. C. G.; Sanzovo, G. C.; Lpine, J. R. D.

1988-12-01

291

Decline and present status of breeding peregrine falcons in Oregon  

USGS Publications Warehouse

In 1979, only one Peregrine Falcon pair (they fledged two young) and a single adult male were located. A population decline east of the Cascades began in rhe 1930's, probably resulting from a climatic change (drought); however, a statewide decline began in the late 1940's, accelerated in the 1950's, and by the 1960's few pairs remained. The statewide decline closely paralleled the pattern of DDT use. Furthermore, DDE was found in membranes of peregrine eggs from nearby California as early as 1948. Moreover, an unhatched Peregrine Falcon egg found at the Oregon eyrie in 1979 contained 19 ppm DDE and lesser amounts of other contaminants. The eggshell was 19% thinner than normaL The future of the nearly extirpated Peregrine Falcon in Oregon remains uncertain in spite of improved water and habitat conditions in eastern Oregon. Reintroduction of captive-bred birds seems to be the last hope.

Henny, C.J.; Nelson, M.W.

1981-01-01

292

Nonconvex programming techniques based on functional moments  

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Martin, Jacques

2012-06-07

293

An EPIC view of absorbed HMXBs in the Scutum Arm  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Observations are proposed for 5 new unclassified gamma-ray sources in the Scutum Arm. Each source will be targeted by EPIC PN and MOS cameras for 25 ks providing us with: a refined position that will facilitate optical/IR identification; spectral characteristics including the slope of the power law in X-rays and the photoelectric absorption; and timing characteristics in the case of Galactic XRBs. The targets lie within 5degs of the plane of the Milky Way, towards the tangent to the Scutum Arm, and are expected to be Galactic in origin. The main objective is to elucidate the nature of these sources. An additional benefit is that we will have a more complete sample of high-energy emitters in the Scutum Arm to compare with absorbed HMXBs in the Norma Arm.

Bodaghee, Arash

2009-10-01

294

Experiencias y repercusi?n de una formaci?n en ?tica de investigaci?n  

PubMed Central

El presente artculo tiene como propsito describir los logros y repercusiones de la capacitacin en tica de la investigacin que brinda el Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios en Biotica de la Universidad de Chile, sirviendo de estmulo, motivacin y orientacin a profesionales que requieren conocer y aplicar las normas y el raciocinio conducente a la deliberacin de los problemas en esta disciplina. Asimismo, describe cmo este conocimiento genera un efecto multiplicador en aspectos tales como la participacin en un comit de tica de la investigacin (CEI), organizacin de cursos y creacin y desarrollo de lneas de investigacin, que repercuten en publicaciones realizadas con estudiantes de posgrado. Relata adems los contenidos y estrategias didcticas que pueden ser empleados en cursos de tica y biotica para estudiantes de estomatologa y concluye mencionando la aplicacin prctica de esta capacitacin en los mbitos docente, institucional y de investigacin. PMID:24482556

Rupaya, Carmen Rosa Garcia

2012-01-01

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Conocimientos y autoeficacia asociados a la prevenci?n del VIH y SIDA en mujeres chilenas  

PubMed Central

Resumen Objetivo Evaluar la relacin existente entre conocimientos y autoeficacia asociados al VIH/SIDA en mujeres chilenas en desventaja social. Metodologa Estudio correlacional, que utiliza la medicin basal del estudio Testeando una intervencin en VIH y SIDA en mujeres chilenas, realizada entre 2006 y 2008, que tiene una muestra de 496 mujeres entre 18 y 49 aos residentes en dos comunas de Santiago de Chile. Las participantes respondieron un cuestionario estructurado aplicado por entrevistadoras entrenadas. Este cuestionario incluy preguntas sobre datos sociodemogrficos, escala de conocimientos de conductas de riesgo y autoeficacia, entre otros. Resultados Edad promedio de 32.39.1 aos, 72.2% vive con su pareja y 42.7% poseen educacin media completa. La puntuacin media de los conocimientos de la infeccin por el VIH fue de 8.92.5, mientras que para las tres escalas empleadas para medir autoeficacia fueron: Normas de los pares =9.83.6, Intencin de reducir conductas de riesgo =12.23.6 y Self Efficacy Form=20.24.7. Los conocimientos tuvieron una correlacin positiva dbil con la intencin de reducir conductas de riesgo (r=0.19; p<0.0001) y con la escala Self Efficacy Form (r=0.34; p<0.0001), pero no se relacionaron con las normas de los pares en cuanto a relaciones sexuales seguras (r=0.13; p=0.78). Conclusin Existe una dbil correlacin positiva entre el nivel de conocimientos sobre el VIH/SIDA y la autoeficacia en mujeres chilenas en desventaja social.

Villegas Rodriguez, Natalia; Ferrer Lagunas, Lilian Marcela; Cianelli Acosta, Rosina; Miner, Sarah; Lara Campos, Loreto; Peragallo, Nilda

2014-01-01

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The impact of land use on biological activity of agriculture soils. An State-of-the-Art  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Biological activity is a crucial soil property affecting soil sustainability and crop production. The unsuitable land management can lead to a loss in soil fertility and a reduction in the abundance and diversity of soil microorganisms. This can be as a consequence of high erosion rates due to the mismanagement of farmers (Cerd et al., 2009a). However ecological practices and some organic amendments can promote the activities of soil microbial communities, and increase its biodiversity (Garca-Orenes et al., 2010; 2013). The impact of land use in microbiological properties of agriculture soil are presented and discussed in this review. Biological activity is quantified by microbial soil communities and soil enzyme activities to interpret the effects of soil management practices (Morugn-Coronado et al., 2013). The aim of biological activity tests is to give a reliable description of the state of agricultural soils under the effect of different land uses. Numerous methods have been used to determine the impact of land uses on microbiological properties. The current used methods for detecting microbial diversity are based on molecular techniques centered on the 16S and 18S rRNA encoding sequences such as CLPP: community-level physiological profiles; T-RFLP: terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism; DGGE: denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis; OFRG: oligonucleotide fingerprinting of rRNA genes, ARISA: Automated Ribosomal intergenic spacer analysis, SSCP: single-strand conformation polymorphism. And techniques based on the cellular composition of the microbes such as PLFA: phospholipid fatty acid analysis. Other methods are based on the activity of microbes, for example, Cmic: microbial biomass carbon; SIR: substrate induced respiration; BSR: Basal soil respiration; qCO2 metabolic quotient; enzymatic activities (Urease, -glucosidase and phosphatase) (Deng, 2012). Agricultural land management can contribute to increased rates of erosion due to desiccation, mechanical destruction, soil compaction, reduce pore volume, and disruption of access to food resources (Cerd et al., 2009b). Furthermore, it can lead to a loss in soil fertility and reduction in the abundance and diversity of soil microorganism (Caravaca et al., 2002). Nevertheless, some organic fertilizers, such as manure, waste water and sewage sludge, promote the activities of soil microbial communities (Morugn-Coronado et al., 2011; Balota et al., 2013; Macci et al., 2013). On the other hand, land use influences soil microbial processes by changing the quantity and quality of plant residues entering the soil and their spatial distribution, thorough changes in nutrients and inputs (Garca-Orenes et al., 2009; 2012). The abuse of pesticides can drastically modify the function and structure of microbial communities, altering the terrestrial ecosystems, which has important implication for soil quality (Pampulha et al., 2006). Soil quality is important for the sustainable development of terrestrial ecosystem (Paz-Ferreiro & Fu, 2013; Vasconcellos et al., 2013). This paper will review the State-of-the-Art of the scientific knowledge on the impact of land use on the biological activity in agriculture soils Acknowledgements The research projects GL2008-02879/BTE, LEDDRA 243857 and RECARE supported this research. References Balota, E. L., Yada, I.F., Amaral, H., Nakatani, A.S., Dick, R.P., Coyne, M.S. 2013. Long-term land use influences soil microbial biomass p and s, phosphatase and arylsulfatase activities, and mineralization in a brazilian oxisol. Land degradation & development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2242 Caravaca F, Masciandaro G, Ceccanti B. 2002. Land use in relation to soil chemical and biochemical properties in a semiarid Mediterranean environment. Soil and Tillage Research 68: 23-30. Cerd, A., Flanagan, D.C., le Bissonnais, Y., Boardman, J. 2009a. Soil erosion and agriculture Soil and Tillage Research 106, 107-108. DOI: 10.1016/j.still.2009.1 Cerd, A., Gimnez-Morera, A.G., Bod, M.B. 2009b. Soil and water losses from new citrus orchards

Morugn-Coronado, Alicia; Cerd, Artemi; Garca-Orenes, Fuensanta

2014-05-01

297

Star formation in Sandqvist 187 and 188  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We present 1.2 mm continuum data of the filamentary dark cloud Sandqvist 187/188 - also known as the Norma cloud - taken with SIMBA (SEST Imaging Bolometer Array). The data are complemented by measurements from the 2MASS, MSX and IRAS surveys. The extended 1.2 mm emission traces the optical dark cloud down to a visual extinction of AV = 3.7 mag. We derive a mean column density of N(H_2) = 1.4 1022 cm-2, equivalent to a visual extinction of AV = 7.6 mag and a total mass of the cloud of 340 M_?. We also find six compact millimetre sources, labelled MMS 1 to 6, five of which coincide with known stellar objects. MMS 6, however, only has a very weak MSX counterpart at 14.56 ?m and an absorption feature at 8.28 ?m consistent with a visual extinction of AV > 145 mag. Dust temperatures, luminosities and gas masses for all compact millimetre sources are given. In an effort to further constrain the uncertain distance to Sandqvist 187/188, we analyse its stellar content based on 2MASS colours and find an improved lower limit of 440 50 pc.

Nielbock, M.; Chini, R.

2005-05-01

298

Using binary classification to prioritize and curate articles for the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database  

PubMed Central

We report on the original integration of an automatic text categorization pipeline, so-called ToxiCat (Toxicogenomic Categorizer), that we developed to perform biomedical documents classification and prioritization in order to speed up the curation of the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD). The task can be basically described as a binary classification task, where a scoring function is used to rank a selected set of articles. Then components of a question-answering system are used to extract CTD-specific annotations from the ranked list of articles. The ranking function is generated using a Support Vector Machine, which combines three main modules: an information retrieval engine for MEDLINE (EAGLi), a gene normalization service (NormaGene) developed for a previous BioCreative campaign and finally, a set of answering components and entity recognizer for diseases and chemicals. The main components of the pipeline are publicly available both as web application and web services. The specific integration performed for the BioCreative competition is available via a web user interface at http://pingu.unige.ch:8080/Toxicat. PMID:23221176

Vishnyakova, Dina; Pasche, Emilie; Ruch, Patrick

2012-01-01

299

GPU accelerated Hybrid Tree Algorithm for Collision-less N-body Simulations  

E-print Network

We propose a hybrid tree algorithm for reducing calculation and communication cost of collision-less N-body simulations. The concept of our algorithm is that we split interaction force into two parts: hard-force from neighbor particles and soft-force from distant particles, and applying different time integration for the forces. For hard-force calculation, we can efficiently reduce the calculation and communication cost of the parallel tree code because we only need data of neighbor particles for this part. We implement the algorithm on GPU clusters to accelerate force calculation for both hard and soft force. As the result of implementing the algorithm on GPU clusters, we were able to reduce the communication cost and the total execution time to 40% and 80% of that of a normal tree algorithm, respectively. In addition, the reduction factor relative the normal tree algorithm is smaller for large number of processes, and we expect that the execution time can be ultimately reduced down to about 70% of the norma...

Watanabe, Tsuyoshi

2014-01-01

300

RXTE observations of strongly absorbed sources IGR J16318-4848 and IGR J16358-4726  

E-print Network

Results of analysis of RXTE observations of strongly absorbed X-ray sources IGR J16318-4848 and IGR J16358-4726 are presented. Careful subtraction of Galactic ridge emission contribution to the observed spectra of RXTE/PCA allowed us to obtain the spectra of the sources in 3-25 keV energy band. Spectra of the sources cold be well described by a power law with photoabsorption. It is shown that the value of absorption column in the case of RXTE observation of IGR J16318-4848 performed on March 14.1, 2003 is somewhat higher that that obtained by XMM observatory on Feb 10.7 2003. This could imply that the source has variable absorption, presumably connected with an orbital phase of the binary system. It is noted, that all three X-ray sources, discovered by INTEGRAL observatory in the sky region of (l,b)~(336,0) (IGR J16318-4848, IGR J16320-4751 and IGR J16358-4726) have large intrinsic photoabsorption and could be high mass X-ray binaries. This hypothesis has indirect support from the fact that their are located close to the Norma spiral arm tangent, i.e. in the region of enhanced concentrations of young massive stars. If they are reside within this spiral arm some rough estimation of the sources distance could be made -- D~6-8 kpc.

M. Revnivtsev

2003-04-20

301

Photothermal technique in cell microscopy studies  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Photothermal (PT) method is applied for a cell imaging and quantitative studies. The techniques for cell monitoring, imaging and cell viability test are developed. The method and experimental set up for optical and PT-image acquisition and analysis is described. Dual- pulsed laser set up combined with phase contrast illumination of a sample provides visualization of temperature field or absorption structure of a sample with spatial resolution 0.5 micrometers . The experimental optics, hardware and software are designed using the modular principle, so the whole set up can be adjusted for various experiments: PT-response monitoring or photothermal spectroscopy studies. Sensitivity of PT-method provides the imaging of the structural elements of live (non-stained) white blood cells. The results of experiments with normal and subnormal blood cells (red blood cells, lymphocytes, neutrophyles and lymphoblasts) are reported. Obtained PT-images are different from optical analogs and deliver additional information about cell structure. The quantitative analysis of images was used for cell population comparative diagnostic. The viability test for red blood cell differentiation is described. During the study of neutrophyles in norma and sarcoidosis disease the differences in PT-images of cells were found.

Lapotko, Dmitry; Chebot'ko, Igor; Kutchinsky, Georgy; Cherenkevitch, Sergey

1995-01-01

302

The Supernova Remnant CTA 1  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The supernova remnants G327.1-1.1 and G327.4+0.4 (Kes 27) are located 1.5 deg apart in the constellation Norma. In 1980, Einstein IPC observations discovered that both were irregular filled-center X-ray sources with possible point sources superposed. This paper describes new ROSAT position sensitive proportional counter (PSPC) observations which both map the diffuse structure and clearly show several unresolved sources in each field. Both remnants have bright emitting regions inside the limb which might indicate the presence of high energy electrons accelerated by a pulsar. The interior region is more prominent in G327.1-1.1 than in Kes 27. The spectra are relatively strongly absorbed, as expected from distant remnants close to the galactic plane. Comparison of the X-ray and radio maps of each remnant allows us to attribute some emission to a shell and some to the interior. With this information, a blast-wave model is used to derive approximate ages and energy release. Indications are that the Kes 27 supernova deposited approximately 10(exp 51) ergs in the surrounding medium. The G327.1-1.1 event probably deposited a factor of 3-10 less.

Seward, Frederick D.

1996-01-01

303

Exploring Cultural Heritage Resources in a 3d Collaborative Environment  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Cultural heritage is a complex and diverse concept, which brings together a wide domain of information. Resources linked to a cultural heritage site may consist of physical artefacts, books, works of art, pictures, historical maps, aerial photographs, archaeological surveys and 3D models. Moreover, all these resources are listed and described by a set of a variety of metadata specifications that allow their online search and consultation on the most basic characteristics of them. Some examples include Norma ISO 19115, Dublin Core, AAT, CDWA, CCO, DACS, MARC, MoReq, MODS, MuseumDat, TGN, SPECTRUM, VRA Core and Z39.50. Gateways are in place to fit in these metadata standards into those used in a SDI (ISO 19115 or INSPIRE), but substantial work still remains to be done for the complete incorporation of cultural heritage information. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to demonstrate how the complexity of cultural heritage resources can be dealt with by a visual exploration of their metadata within a 3D collaborative environment. The 3D collaborative environments are promising tools that represent the new frontier of our capacity of learning, understanding, communicating and transmitting culture.

Respaldiza, A.; Wachowicz, M.; Vzquez Hoehne, A.

2012-06-01

304

[The federal government discourse during the political decentralization process and the obstacles to implement the Brazilian Public Health Care System].  

PubMed

A discourse analysis carried out on basic operating standard Norma Operacional Bsica do Sistema Unico de Sade (NOB-SUS 01/96) of the Brazilian public health care system aiming at locating signs that could allow to identify lines of thought which have influenced health care policies prioritized by the federal administration. The author points out a peculiarity in the kind of discourse employed by the ministry directive: its structure is based on isolated aspects of legislation and on ideas advocated by other discourse communities, articulated with redefined legal principles - an effort towards authorizing the official reasoning in favor of the relevance in keeping the decentralization process under the control of the federal administration. The analysis concludes that an infra-legal standard can neither grant state and federal administrations a hierarchical superiority (mediation function) over municipal administrations, nor can it transfer the legal responsibilities pertaining to Health Councils over to inter-administration commissions (Comisses Intergestores) , thus making the former mere decision ratifiers. This study found that granting privileges not contemplated in the legislation to state and federal administrations surfaced again and more strongly so in 2001 in yet another operating standard. PMID:17680087

Pellegrini, Brbara

2007-01-01

305

Classification and prioritization of biomedical literature for the comparative toxicogenomics database.  

PubMed

We present a new approach to perform biomedical documents classification and prioritization for the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD). This approach is motivated by needs such as literature curation, in particular applied to the human health environment domain. The unique integration of chemical, genes/proteins and disease data in the biomedical literature may advance the identification of exposure and disease biomarkers, mechanisms of chemical actions, and the complex aetiologies of chronic diseases. Our approach aims to assist biomedical researchers when searching for relevant articles for CTD. The task is functionally defined as a binary classification task, where selected articles must also be ranked by order of relevance. We design a SVM classifier, which combines three main feature sets: an information retrieval system (EAGLi), a biomedical named-entity recognizer (MeSH term extraction), a gene normalization (GN) service (NormaGene) and an ad-hoc keyword recognizer for diseases and chemicals. The evaluation of the gene identification module was done on BioCreativeIII test data. Disease normalization is achieved with 95% precision and 93% of recall. The evaluation of the classification was done on the corpus provided by BioCreative organizers in 2012. The approach showed promising performance on the test data. PMID:22874182

Vishnyakova, Dina; Pasche, Emilie; Gobeill, Julien; Gaudinat, Arnaud; Lovis, Christian; Ruch, Patrick

2012-01-01

306

MUSE sneaks a peek at extreme ram-pressure stripping events. I. A kinematic study of the archetypal galaxy ESO137-001  

E-print Network

We present MUSE observations of ESO137-001, a spiral galaxy infalling towards the center of the massive Norma cluster at z~0.0162. During the high-velocity encounter of ESO137-001 with the intracluster medium, a dramatic ram-pressure stripping event gives rise to an extended gaseous tail, traced by our MUSE observations to >30 kpc from the galaxy center. By studying the H-alpha surface brightness and kinematics in tandem with the stellar velocity field, we conclude that ram pressure has completely removed the interstellar medium from the outer disk, while the primary tail is still fed by gas from the galaxy center. Gravitational interactions do not appear to be a primary mechanism for gas removal. The stripped gas retains the imprint of the disk rotational velocity to ~20 kpc downstream, offering evidence that ESO137-001 is fast moving along a radial orbit in the plane of the sky. Beyond ~20 kpc, a greater degree of turbulence is seen, with velocity dispersion up to >100 km/s. For a model-dependent infall vel...

Fumagalli, Michele; Hau, George K T; Gavazzi, Giuseppe; Bower, Richard; Sun, Ming; Boselli, Alessandro

2014-01-01

307

Using binary classification to prioritize and curate articles for the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database.  

PubMed

We report on the original integration of an automatic text categorization pipeline, so-called ToxiCat (Toxicogenomic Categorizer), that we developed to perform biomedical documents classification and prioritization in order to speed up the curation of the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD). The task can be basically described as a binary classification task, where a scoring function is used to rank a selected set of articles. Then components of a question-answering system are used to extract CTD-specific annotations from the ranked list of articles. The ranking function is generated using a Support Vector Machine, which combines three main modules: an information retrieval engine for MEDLINE (EAGLi), a gene normalization service (NormaGene) developed for a previous BioCreative campaign and finally, a set of answering components and entity recognizer for diseases and chemicals. The main components of the pipeline are publicly available both as web application and web services. The specific integration performed for the BioCreative competition is available via a web user interface at http://pingu.unige.ch:8080/Toxicat. PMID:23221176

Vishnyakova, Dina; Pasche, Emilie; Ruch, Patrick

2012-01-01

308

NuSTAR Galactic Plane Survey Program  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The NuSTAR Galactic Plane Survey program consists of several deep surveys and dedicated pointing observations. The survey of a 2x0.8 degree field near Sgr A* should detect hundreds of the sources uncovered by Chandra and help identify their nature by spectroscopy and timing analysis. A similar survey of the Norma region will be performed for comparative population studies. An observation of the Limiting Window, which holds a possible new class of CVs, will yield information on their nature. With NuSTAR's superb hard X-ray sensitivity, these surveys will detect and map the low energy extension of the diffuse gamma-ray background observed by INTEGRAL. NuSTAR will observe Sgr A*, in coordination with Chandra and other observatories, to search for hard X-ray flaring, and provide an image of the central few tens of parsecs of the Galaxy with more than an order of magnitude better sensitivity than INTEGRAL. NuSTAR plans to observe the G2 molecular cloud's infall to Sgr A* in the spring of 2013. NuSTAR will spatially resolve the hard X-ray emission in the molecular cloud Sgr B2. In addition, the 2x0.8 degree field survey will observe other giant molecular clouds such as Sgr A, B1 and C to help us understand their X-ray emission possibly due to a giant flare from Sgr A* in the past.

Mori, Kaya; Barriere, N.; Bauer, F. E.; Boggs, S. E.; Craig, W.; Christensen, F.; Dufour, F.; Gotthelf, E. V.; Grindlay, J. E.; Hailey, C. J.; Harrison, F.; Helfand, D. J.; Hong, J.; Hornstrup, A.; Jakobsen, S.; Kaspi, V.; Krivonos, R.; Madsen, K.; Natalucci, L.; Perez, K.; Smith, D. M.; Stern, D.; Tomsick, J.; Zhang, S.; Zhang, W.; NuSTAR Team

2013-01-01

309

Bacterial Synthesis and Purification of Normal and Mutant Forms of Human FGFR3 Transmembrane Segment.  

PubMed

The fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 (FGFR3) is a protein belonging to the family of receptor tyrosine kinases. FGFR3 plays an important role in human skeletal development. Mutations in this protein, including Gly380Arg or Ala391Glu substitutions in the transmembrane (TM) region, can cause different disorders in bone development. The determination of the spatial structure of the FGFR3 TM domain in a normal protein and in a protein with single Gly380Arg and Ala391Glu mutations is essential in order to understand the mechanisms that control dimerization and signal transduction by receptor tyrosine kinases. The effective system of expression of eukaryotic genes in bacteria and the purification protocol for the production of milligram amounts of both normal TM fragments of FGFR3 and those with single pathogenic mutations Gly380Arg and Ala391Glu, as well as their(15)N- and [(15)N,(13)C]-isotope-labelled derivatives, were described. Each peptide was produced inEscherichia coliBL21(DE3)pLysS cells as a C-terminal extension of thioredoxin A. The purification protocol involved immobilized metal affinity chromatography and cation- and anion-exchange chromatography, as well as the fusion protein cleavage with the light subunit of human enterokinase. The efficiency of the incorporation of target peptides into DPC/SDS and DPC/DPG micelles was confirmed using NMR spectroscopy. The described methodology of production of the native FGFR3 TM domain in norma and with single Gly380Arg and Ala391Glu mutations enables one to study their spatial structure using high-resolution heteronuclear NMR spectroscopy. PMID:22649697

Goncharuk, S A; Goncharuk, M V; Mayzel, M L; Lesovoy, D M; Chupin, V V; Bocharov, E V; Arseniev, A S; Kirpichnikov, M P

2011-07-01

310

From Large Scale Surveys of the Galaxy to High Resolution Observations with ALMA  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

A CS(2-1) survey of OB star forming regions provides statistics of their distribution in the Galaxy. The complete scenario of massive star formation for one particular GMC, at a distance of 1.6 kpc, is revealed through 1.2 mm continuum observations for spatial scales from 1 pc to 50 pc. Using large scale CO and C18O maps from NANTEN at 2.5' resolution, we identified toward the peak of C18O one of the most luminous regions of high-mass star formation in the Galaxy, G331.5, toward the tangent of Norma spiral arm, at a distance of 7.5 kpc. Observations at 1.2 mm continuum emission with SIMBA at SEST reveal the presence of a cluster of six massive millimeter clumps, with high bolometric luminosity, making G331.5 one of the most densely populated GMC cores known so far. High density molecular tracers reveal the presence, in the center of the most massive clump, of a compact, highly massive and energetic molecular outflow, with a velocity width reaching 160 km s-1 (fwzp). Further interferometric continuum observations at 3.6 cm and 6 cm shows that this powerful outflow is associated with a compact radio continuum source, likely producing highly ionized stellar wind. ALMA observations were carried in band 7 to this unresolved molecular outflow. SiO and H13CO+ observations unveil a shell-like structure toward the ambient velocity of the source, evidence of an isotropic high speed wind. The derived crossing time for this source indicates that the molecular outflow in G331.5 is one of the youngest outflow found around an OB star.

Bronfman, L.; Merello, M.

2013-10-01

311

MUSE sneaks a peek at extreme ram-pressure stripping events - I. A kinematic study of the archetypal galaxy ESO137-001  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We present Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) observations of ESO137-001, a spiral galaxy infalling towards the centre of the massive Norma cluster at z 0.0162. During the high-velocity encounter of ESO137-001 with the intracluster medium, a dramatic ram-pressure stripping event gives rise to an extended gaseous tail, traced by our MUSE observations to >30 kpc from the galaxy centre. By studying the H? surface brightness and kinematics in tandem with the stellar velocity field, we conclude that ram pressure has completely removed the interstellar medium from the outer disc, while the primary tail is still fed by gas from the inner regions. Gravitational interactions do not appear to be a primary mechanism for gas removal. The stripped gas retains the imprint of the disc rotational velocity to 20 kpc downstream, without a significant gradient along the tail, which suggests that ESO137-001 is fast moving along a radial orbit in the plane of the sky. Conversely, beyond 20 kpc, a greater degree of turbulence is seen, with velocity dispersion up to ?100 km s-1. For a model-dependent infall velocity of vinf 3000 km s-1, we conclude that the transition from laminar to turbulent flow in the tail occurs on time-scales ?6.5 Myr. Our work demonstrates the terrific potential of MUSE for detailed studies of how ram-pressure stripping operates on small scales, providing a deep understanding of how galaxies interact with the dense plasma of the cluster environment.

Fumagalli, Michele; Fossati, Matteo; Hau, George K. T.; Gavazzi, Giuseppe; Bower, Richard; Sun, Ming; Boselli, Alessandro

2014-12-01

312

Optimal Spectral Regions For Laser Excited Fluorescence Diagnostics For Point Of Care Application  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The tissue fluorescence gives the response of light emitting molecule signature, and characterizes the cell composition and peculiarities of metabolism. Both are useful for the biomedical diagnostics, as reported in previous our and others works. The present work demonstrates the results of application of laser excited autofluorescence for diagnostics of pathology in genital tissues, and the feasibility for the bedside at "point of careoff lab" application. A portable device using the USB spectrophotometer, micro laser (355 nm Nd:YAG, 0,5 ns pulse, repetition rate 10 kHz, output power 15 mW), three channel optical fiber and computer with diagnostic program was designed and ready for clinical trial to be used for cytology and biopsy specimen on site diagnostics, and for the endoscopy/puncture procedures. The biopsy and cytology samples, as well as intervertebral disc specimen were evaluated by pathology experts and the fluorescence spectra were investigated in the fresh and preserved specimens. The spectra were recorded in the spectral range 350-900 nm. At the initial stage the Gaussian components of spectra were found and the Mann-Whitney test was used for the groups' differentiation and the spectral regions for optimal diagnostics purpose were found. Then a formal dividing of spectra in the components or the definite width bands, where the main difference of the different group spectra was observed, was used to compare these groups. The ROC analysis based diagnostic algorithms were created for medical prognosis. The positive prognostic values and negative prediction values were determined for cervical Liquid PAP smear supernatant sediment diagnosis of being Cervicitis and Norma versus CIN2+. In a case of intervertebral disc the analysis allows to get the additional information about the disc degeneration status. All these results demonstrated an efficiency of the proposed procedure and the designed device could be tested at the point-of-care site or for intervertebral disc operations.

Vaitkuviene, A.; G?gna, V.; Varanius, D.; Vaitkus, J.

2011-09-01

313

Spectroscopy of southern Galactic disk planetary nebulae. Notes on chemical composition and emission-line stars  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Aims: We present low resolution spectroscopic observations for a sample of 53 planetary nebulae (PNe) located in the southern sky between Vela and Norma constellations and pertaining to the Galactic disk with expected Galactocentric distance range of 5 to 10 kpc. Methods: We derive nebular chemical composition and plasma parameters with the classical empirical method. For most of the observed objects, this has been done for the first time. We compare our results to published data for PNe of the Galactic bulge and PNe in the inner-disk region with expected typical Galactocentric distance of about 3 kpc. We use the spectra to search for emission-line central stars in the observed sample. Results: The distributions of the chemical abundances of the observed disk sample are generally indistinguishable from Galactic bulge and inner-disk PNe populations. The exceptions are possible differences in the He/H distribution, as compared to bulge PNe and Ne/Ar, as compared to the inner-disk PNe sample. The derived O/H ratios for the observed disk PNe fit to the concept of flattening of the chemical gradient in the inner parts of the Milky Way. Investigating the spectra, we found six new emission-line central stars comprising examples of all known types: WEL, VL, and [WR]. We confirm that these types represent three evolutionary unconnected forms of enhanced mass-loss in the central stars of PNe. We note on the problem of high ionisation PNe with nebular C IV emission that can mimic the presence of WEL central stars in 1D spectra. Based on observations made at the South African Astronomical Observatory.Appendices are available in electronic form at http://www.aanda.org

Grny, S. K.

2014-10-01

314

Catalog of Observed Tangents to the Spiral Arms in the Milky Way Galaxy  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

From the Sun's location in the Galactic disk, one can use different arm tracers (CO, H I, thermal or ionized or relativistic electrons, masers, cold and hot dust, etc.) to locate a tangent to each spiral arm in the disk of the Milky Way. We present a master catalog of the astronomically observed tangents to the Galaxy's spiral arms, using different arm tracers from the literature. Some arm tracers can have slightly divergent results from several papers, so a mean value is takensee the Appendix for CO, H II, and masers. The catalog of means currently consists of 63 mean tracer entries, spread over many arms (Carina, Crux-Centaurus, Norma, Perseus origin, near 3 kpc, Scutum, Sagittarius), stemming from 107 original arm tracer entries. Additionally, we updated and revised a previous statistical analysis of the angular offset and linear separation from the mid-arm for each different mean arm tracer. Given enough arm tracers, and summing and averaging over all four spiral arms, one could determine if arm tracers have separate and parallel lanes in the Milky Way. This statistical analysis allows a cross-cut of a Galactic spiral arm to be made, confirming a recent discovery of a linear separation between arm tracers. Here, from the mid-arm's CO to the inner edge's hot dust, the arm halfwidth is about 340 pc doubling would yield a full arm width of 680 pc. We briefly compare these observations with the predictions of many spiral arm theories, notably the density wave theory.

Valle, Jacques P.

2014-11-01

315

The Scientist as Sentinel (Invited)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Scientists have been warning the world for some time about the risks of anthropogenic interference in the climate system. But we struggle with how, exactly, to express that warning. The norms of scientific behavior enjoin us from the communication strategies normally associated with warnings. If a scientist sounds excited or emotional, for example, it is often assumed that he has lost his capacity to assess data calmly and therefore his conclusions are suspect. If the scientist is a woman, the problem is that much worse. In a recently published article my colleagues and I have shown that scientists have systematically underestimated the threat of climate change (Brysse et al., 2012). We suggested that this occurs for normative reasons: The scientific values of rationality, dispassion, and self-restraint lead us to demand greater levels of evidence in support of surprising, dramatic, or alarming conclusions than in support of less alarming conclusions. We call this tendency 'erring on the side of least drama.' However, the problem is not only that we err on the side of least drama in our assessment of evidence, it's also that we speak without drama, even when our conclusions are dramatic. We speak without the emotional cadence that people expect to hear when the speaker is worried. Even when we are worried, we don't sound as if we are. In short, we are trying to act as sentinels, but we lack the register with which to do so. Until we find those registers, or partner with colleagues who are able to speak in the cadences that communicating dangers requires, our warnings about climate change will likely continue to go substantially unheeded.

Oreskes, N.

2013-12-01

316

Origins of the Highly Ionized Gas along the Line of Sight towards HD 116852  

E-print Network

We present Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (HST/STIS) and Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) observations of high ion interstellar absorption along the sight line to HD 116852. At a distance of 4.8 kpc, HD 116852 is an O9 III star lying in the low Galactic halo, -1.3 kpc from the plane of the Galaxy in the direction l = 304.9, b = -16.1. The STIS E140H grating observations provide high-resolution (FWHM = 2.7 km/s) spectra of the resonance doublets of Si IV, C IV, and N V. These data are complemented by medium-resolution (FWHM = 20 km/s) FUSE spectra of O VI. We find evidence for three distinct types of highly ionized gas present in the data. First, two narrow absorption components are resolved in the Si IV and C IV profiles, at approximate LSR velocities of -36 and -10 km/s. These narrow components appear to be produced in gas associated with the Norma and Sagittarius spiral arms, at approximate z-distances of -1.0 and -0.5 kpc, respectively. Second, we detect an intermediate-width component in C IV and Si IV, at 17 km/s, which we propose could arise at the conductive interface at the boundary between a low column density neutral or weakly ionized cloud and the surrounding hot medium. Finally, a broad collisionally ionized component of gas responsible for producing the smooth N V and O VI profiles is observed; such absorption is also present to a lesser degree in the profiles of Si IV and C IV. The broad O VI absorption is observed at a velocity displaced from the broad C IV component by almost 20 km/s, an amount large enough to suggest that the two ions may not co-exist in the same physical location.

Andrew J. Fox; Blair D. Savage; Kenneth R. Sembach; Dirk Fabian; Philipp Richter; David M. Meyer; James Lauroesch; J. Christopher Howk

2002-09-26

317

FOREWORD: V S Letokhov  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Comments on Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (CAMOP) endeavors periodically to devote an issue to the life and accomplishments of physicists who have made significant contributions to the fields represented in this journal. Vladilen Letokhov is certainly one of them. For a number of years he was also a CAMOP Correspondent. We are grateful to Professor Victor Balykin for having organized this CAMOP special section. It is particularly significant to one of us (HHS) to remember a person who has made seminal advances in so many areas which to this day are at the forefront of studies by a number of physicists. But over the years this acquaintance developed into friendship and gave the wife of one of us, Norma, and HHS the opportunity to host Tina and Vladik in their home, and get to know both a bit better. There was also the seminal International School on Laser Applications in Physics in Vilnius organized by Letokhov, and then a visit to Troitsk and his group at the Institute of Spectroscopy (and even the organization of a couple of piano recitals by one of our daughters, Marija, who accompanied her parents in the then USSR). Our interests crossed in a couple of fields: laser interactions with atoms and sensitive spectroscopy of radioactive atoms. Letokhov was a participant in the early organization of laser spectroscopy at CERN and was instrumental in providing copper vapour lasers to the isotope separator facility, ISOLDE. To this day laser ion sources are under the aegis of Valentin Fedoseyev who came to CERN from Troitsk. The interaction of lasers with atoms, in particular the process of slowing atoms, is discussed by Balykin. It was Christmas time when a card arrived from Oleg Tumanov of the Institute of Spectroscopy: it included a graph of temperature achieved by laser cooling as a function of calendar date. The results of Letokhov's group were the earliest (see figure 1), even though lower temperatures achieved subsequently by others extended our knowledge. To many, the lack of formal recognition was a bit puzzling, and this will have to await the usual number of decades before relevant discussions become publicSee, for example, Friedman R M 2001 The Politics of Excellence (New York: Henry Holt).. But, as can be attested by the most prolific, diverse and creative contributions presented in the bibliography, Letokhov's work will leave a long-lasting legacy. Progress in laser cooling Figure 1. Progress in laser cooling.

Stroke, H. Henry; Linnartz, Harold

2012-04-01

318

Physical Characteristics of G331.5-0.1: The Luminous Central Region of a Giant Molecular Cloud  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We report molecular line and dust continuum observations toward the high-mass star-forming region G331.5-0.1, one of the most luminous regions of massive star formation in the Milky Way, located at the tangent region of the Norma spiral arm, at a distance of 7.5 kpc. Molecular emission was mapped toward the G331.5-0.1 GMC in the CO(J = 1 ? 0) and C18O(J = 1 ? 0) lines with NANTEN, while its central region was mapped in CS(J = 2 ? 1 and J = 5 ? 4) with SEST, and in CS(J = 7 ? 6) and 13CO(J = 3 ? 2) with ASTE. Continuum emission mapped at 1.2 mm with SIMBA and at 0.87 mm with LABOCA reveal the presence of six compact and luminous dust clumps, making this source one of the most densely populated central regions of a GMC in the Galaxy. The dust clumps are associated with molecular gas and they have the following average properties: size of 1.6 pc, mass of 3.2 103 M ?, molecular hydrogen density of 3.7 104 cm-3, dust temperature of 32 K, and integrated luminosity of 5.7 105 L ?, consistent with values found toward other massive star-forming dust clumps. The CS and 13CO spectra show the presence of two velocity components: a high-velocity component at ~ - 89 km s-1, seen toward four of the clumps, and a low-velocity component at ~ - 101 km s-1 seen toward the other two clumps. Radio continuum emission is present toward four of the molecular clumps, with spectral index estimated for two of them of 0.8 0.2 and 1.2 0.2. A high-velocity molecular outflow is found at the center of the brightest clump, with a line width of 26 km s-1 (FWHM) in CS(J = 7 ? 6). Observations of SiO(J = 7 ? 6 and J = 8 ? 7), and SO(JK = 88 ? 77 and JK = 87 ? 76) lines provide estimates of the gas rotational temperature toward this outflow >120 K and >75 K, respectively.

Merello, Manuel; Bronfman, Leonardo; Garay, Guido; Nyman, Lars-ke; Evans, Neal J., II; Walmsley, C. Malcolm

2013-09-01

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Treatment with salicylic acid decreases the effect of cadmium on photosynthesis in maize plants.  

PubMed

The present study investigated the possible mediatory role of salicylic acid (SA) in protecting photosynthesis from cadmium (Cd) toxicity. Seeds of maize (Zea mays L., hybrid Norma) were sterilized and divided into two groups. Half of the seeds were presoaked in 500 microM SA solution for only 6h, after which both groups were allowed to germinate for 3d and were then grown for 14d in Hoagland solution at 22/18 degrees C in a 16/8-h light/dark period and 120 micromolm(-2)s(-1) PAR. All seedlings (without H(2)O and SA controls) were transferred to Cd-containing solutions (10, 15, and 25 microM) and grown for 14d. The rate of CO(2) fixation and the activity of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase (RuBPC, EC 4.1.1.39) and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPC, EC 4.1.1.31) were measured. Changes in the levels of several important parameters associated with oxidative stress, namely H(2)O(2) and proline production, lipid peroxidation, electrolyte leakage, and the activities of antioxidative enzymes (superoxide dismutase (SOD, EC 1.15.1.1), ascorbate peroxidase (APX, EC 1.11.1.11), catalase (CAT, EC 1.11.1.6), and guaiacol peroxidase (POD, EC 1.11.1.7)) were measured. Exposure of the plants to Cd caused a gradual decrease in the shoot and root dry weight accumulation, with the effect being most pronounced at 25 microM Cd. Seed pretreatment with SA alleviated the negative effect of Cd on plant growth parameters. The same tendency was observed for the chlorophyll level. The rate of CO(2) fixation was lower in Cd-treated plants, and the inhibition was partially overcome in SA-pretreated plants. A drop in the activities of RuBPC and PEPC was observed for Cd-treated plants. Pretreatment with SA alleviated the inhibitory effect of Cd on enzyme activity. Proline production and the rates of lipid peroxidation and electrolyte leakage increased in Cd-treated plants, whereas the values of these parameters were much lower in SA-pretreated plants. Treatment of plants with Cd decreased APX activity, but more than doubled SOD activity. Pretreatment with SA caused an increase in both APX and SOD activity, but caused a strong reduction in CAT activity. The data suggest that SA may protect cells against oxidative damage and photosynthesis against Cd toxicity. PMID:17913285

Krantev, Alexander; Yordanova, Rusina; Janda, Tibor; Szalai, Gabriella; Popova, Losanka

2008-06-16

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Spirituality and Cultural Identification Among Latino and Non-Latino College Students  

PubMed Central

The purposes of this study were to examine (a) differences in spiritual perspectives and practices of Latino and non-Latino young adults and (b) the cultural relevance of the Latino Spiritual Perspective Scale (LSPS). Studies indicate that spiritual perspectives are embedded within cultural group norms and vary significantly across ethnic groups. A cross-sectional survey design was used with a convenience sample of 223 Latino and non-Latino university students in the Southwestern United States. The Spiritual Perspective Scale (SPS), the LSPS, the Orthogonal Cultural Identification Scale, and a demographic questionnaire were used. Latinos scored significantly higher than non-Latinos in both measures of spiritual perspectives. Self-reported behavioral measures, such as frequency of personal prayer, were also higher among the Latino group. Latino cultural identification was the only significant predictor of LSPS scores. Findings from this study indicate that spirituality among Latinos has meanings specific to the cultural group context. These findings have implications for nursing research involving the conceptualization and measurement of spirituality among multiethnic groups. Los propsitos de este estudio eran examinar: (a) diferencias en perspectivas espirituales y prcticas de jvenes Latinos y no Latinos; y (b) la relevancia cultural de la Escala de la Perspectiva Espiritual Latina. Estudios indican que perspectivas espirituales estn incrustadas entre normas culturales del grupo y varan considerablemente entre grupos tnicos. Un diseo transversal y de encuesta fue utilizado con una muestra de conveniencia de 233 estudiantes universitarios Latinos y no Latinos en el Suroeste de los Estados Unidos. La Escala de la Perspectiva Espiritual (EPE), la Escala de la Perspectiva Espiritual Latina (EPEL), la Escala Ortogonal de Identificacin Cultural, y un cuestionario demogrfico fueron utilizados. Los Latinos calificaron considerablemente ms alto que los no Latinos en ambas medidas de perspectivas espirituales. Medidas de comportamiento auto-reportadas, como la frecuencia de oracin, tambin estuvieron ms altas en el grupo Latino. La identificacin con la cultura Latina fue el nico vaticinador de las calificaciones de la EPEL. Los resultados de este estudio indican que la espiritualidad entre Latinos tiene significados especficos al contexto del grupo cultural. Estas conclusiones tienen implicaciones para las investigaciones de enfermera que involucran la conceptualizacin y medida de la espiritualidad entre grupos multitnicos. PMID:20165566

Campesino, Maureen; Belyea, Michael; Schwartz, Gary

2010-01-01

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Hydrochemistry of waters from five cenotes and evaluation of their suitability for drinking-water supplies, northeastern Yucatan, Mexico  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Waters from five cenotes that are currently being used for aquatic recreational activities and that lie along the Cancun-Tulum touristic corridor, Mexico, were evaluated hydrochemically to determine whether the cenotes may be considered as potential drinking-water sources. Several parameters exceed the Mexican Drinking Water Standards (MDWS), but since they do not pose a significant health threat, four of the five cenotes may be used as drinking-water sources. The common contaminants in the Yucatan Peninsula, fecal coliforms and nitrate, are in most cases below the MDWS (0-460 MPN/100ml and 0.31-1.18mg/L, respectively). Although these four cenotes meet the MDWS, a careful groundwater management policy needs to be developed to avoid contamination (fecal and nitrates) and salt-water intrusion. Rsum Les eaux de cinq cnots, qui sont normalement utilises pour des activits de plein air, dans la rgion touristique de Cancun-Tulum (Mexique), ont t soumises analyses chimiques pour savoir si les cnots peuvent tre considrs comme des sources d'eau potable. Plusieurs paramtres dpassent les normes mexicaines en matire d'eau potable; mais comme ceux-ci ne posent pas de problme rel de sant, quatre des cinq cnots peuvent tre capts pour l'eau potable. Les contaminants habituels dans les eaux de la presqu'le du Yucatan, coliformes fcaux et concentrations leves en nitrate, sont la plupart du temps au-dessous des normes (respectivement 0 460 germes/100ml et 0,31 1,18mg/l). Bien que ces quatre cnots satisfassent aux normes, il est ncessaire de mettre en place des rgles prcises de l'utilisation de l'eau souterraine, afin d'viter la contamination par les germes fcaux et par les nitrates, ainsi que l'intrusion marine. Resumen Se analiz hidroqumica y bacteriolgicamente el agua de algunos cenotes localizados a lo largo del corredor turstico Cancun-Tulum, que actualmente se utilizan para diversas actividades recreativas, para determinar su potencial de uso como fuente de abastecimiento de agua potable. La mayor parte de los parmetros excedieron los criterios establecidos en la Norma Mexicana para Agua Potable (NMAP), sin embargo, como stas no representan una riesgo para la salud, el agua de cuatro de los cinco cenotes puede ser emplada como fuente de abastecimiento de agua potable. Los contaminantes comnes del agua subterrnea de la pennsula de Yucatn, coliformes fecales y nitratos, se encuentran en la mayora de los casos por debajo de la NMAP (0-460 NMP/ 100ml y 0.31-1.18mg/l, respectivamente). A pesar de que estos cuatro cenotes cumplen con la NMAP, es necesario desarrollar una poltica de manejo adecuada del agua subterrnea para evitar la contaminacin de este recurso (fecal y por nitratos), as como la intrusin de agua salina.

Alcocer, Javier; Lugo, Alfonso; Marn, Luis E.; Escobar, Elva

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Project Seacleaner: from cooperation among ISMAR-CNR researchers, high school students and the Ligurian Cluster for Marine Technologies to an application for environmental monitoring and scientific research.  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Recently, the Institute for Marine Science of the Italian Research Council ISMAR-CNR has undertaken a series of actions to incorporate oceanography in education: among these, the project "SeaCleaner" that has been developed together with a local Secondary School (Istituto di Istruzione Superiore Capellini-Sauro) and the Ligurian Cluster for Marine Technologies (DLTM) [1]. Seven students, engaged within the national Programme "work-related learning"[2], have worked side-by-side with ISMAR-CNR researchers, investigating on the problem of debris accumulation on beaches, and understanding the damage that this issue causes to marine environments and ecosystems. This problem has recently become a challenging research subject for an increasing number of oceanographers and, in general, for environmental researchers coming from the Mediterranean areas [3, 4, 5], other European Seas [6] and Oceans [7, 8]. Data collected during repeated surveys (seasonally) in the same beach stretch, over several years, allow calculating debris accumulation rates and flow intensities. Application of current models gives additional information on debris dispersal and origin, but we shouldn't forget that, generally, relevance of acquired data is determined by the accuracy and standardization of the procedure. In this context, students have previously searched for literature sources and summarized the most important issues, among these: few data that are often collected during small ranges of time and usually a low number of available researchers for carrying out such a time-consuming survey in the field. In a initial part of the project, several trial surveys have been performed on different beaches in La Spezia province, in order to understand how to elaborate possible strategies to speed up and standardize the procedure. Developing an application for Android system (downloadable on any compatible mobile device such as smartphones, tablets, etc.) has been considered as a good solution since it is easy to spread and distribute among non-technical end-users. This app will help final users to carry out a standard monitoring procedure, in a quick way. All data (photographs, site characteristics, kind of debris, waypoints) will be properly captured and semi-automatically registered on a separate electronic spreadsheet. SeaCleaner app can be provided to environmental associations, marine parks, volunteers and its easy approach will allow us to obtain standardized and safe data, upcoming from an increasing number of points, which will be acquired in situ and then saved on a dedicated remote database. Citizen participation in scientific programs, already experienced in the field of astronomy [9] has been effective also in other scientific fields, both from the scientific and social point of view, since it brings people closer to science and fills the gap between who produces science and technology and who benefits from it ("citizen science") [10, 11]. SeaCleaner is ready to be used during the school year 2013/2014 to test its validity and usefulness. Further internships and collaborations between ISMAR and educational institutions, will allow us by the end of April 2014 to show the first dataset processed in this experimental phase. It is worth to highlight the active involvement of young people in this project and its effectiveness as a tool for raising awareness on environmental issues and orientating young people towards scientific careers. The project has been awarded in November 2013 as the best regional work-related learning project. [1] DLTM: Distretto Ligure per le tecnologie Marine: www.dltm.it. [2] Italian Law on general rules for work-related learning: D.Lgs 15/04/2005 n. 77 sulla "Definizione delle norme generali relative all'alternanza scuola-lavoro, a norma dell'articolo 4 della legge 28 marzo 2003, n. 53". [3] UNEP/MAP/MED POL (2004). Guidelines on Management of coastal litter for the Mediterranean region (MED POL). MAP Technical Reports Series No.148. UNEP/MAP, Athens. [4 ] Henry, M. (2010). Pollution

Merlino, Silvia; Marini, Claudio; Tosi, Daniela; Caselli, Lorena; Marini, Davide; Lucchinelli, Paolo; Vatteroni, Davide; Lunardelli, Francesco; Agrusa, Astrid; Lombardi, Davide; Stroobant, Mascha

2014-05-01

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[Emtine and quinine, a therapy to rescue Bellini in 1835].  

PubMed

At the moment when his operas got a European celebrity, Vincenzo Bellini born in 1801 rapidly died in September 1835 after a three weeks digestive illness, with mainly dysenteria. Young and healthy, this unexpected event questioned the authorities in Paris. The post mortem examination showed that the colonic mucosa was covered by numerous ulcers, and that a large abcess existed in the liver. All other parts of the body were absolutely sound. These results came out from the autopsy performed by Adolphe Dalmas (1799-1844), professor agrg at the Faculty of medicine of Paris, formerly member of the special committee in charge of fighting the cholera in 1831 and 1832, who studied its medical aspects during the epidemic attack in Russia, Poland, Germany and Great Britain. With a wide knowledge in the field of the intestinal pathology, his conclusions established that the death came from an inflammation of the bowel, excluding clearly any touch of cholera or poisoning. Nowadays, it is obvious that this dysenteria syndome associated to such anatomic disorders would belong to the chronic amebic disease. Probably contaminated in 1828, Bellini developed a severe episode in 1830, necessitating a long rest during several months, spent at Moltrasio along the side of the Lake of Como. At the time, he composed La Sonnambula and Norma. In 1833 after staying in London from April to August, he came to Paris preparing a new work I Puritani (The Puritains). At summer time, he usually suffered slight recurring episodes, that he treated by applying vesicatories. For frequent periods, he lived outside Paris in a villa standing along the Seine in Puteaux rented by his British friends the Levys. Early in September 1835, these symptoms came again and and suddenly worsened with pain, fever and loss of rest at night. Deserted and lonely as the Levys often left the villa, his critical condition exhibiting tremendous sufferings led to death on the 23rd of September. During the final days, he was not granted any relevant medical support, except the poor cares given by the Italian physician Montallegri, not authorised at that time to practice in France. As emetine and quinine since 1822 were both available as pure alcaloids, produced by the pharmacist Joseph Pelletier, it is assumed that Bellini might have recovered after an intensive treatment implementing these substances by oral, local and rectal routes (enemas and suppositories). At that time, apart from the academic teaching inherited from Broussais, the tropical practitioners currently used them in the treatment of dysenteria and tropical liver abcesses (Annesley, Segond and Dutroulau), as decocted ipeca roots and cinchona barks. Later on when the amebic disease has gained its proper nosography, the clinicians underlined the dangerous and unpredictable issues of the hyperacute hepatic syndromes, unexpected and occurring by apparently healthy individuals. By 1960, its treatment was still obtained by the emetine derivatives. PMID:12515278

Trpardoux, Francis

2002-01-01

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PREFACE: The XI Mexican School on Particles and Fields  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The XI Mexican School on Particles and Fields took place on 2-13 August 2004, in the city of Xalapa, Veracruz, Mxico. The School continued with the tradition of promoting High Energy Physics among the younger generation in Mexico. Thus, it was aimed specifically at graduate students and postdocs. The School consisted of several courses delivered by international experts on subjects of current interest to the scientific community. The length of each course was of six to eight hours, English being the language of instruction. A novelty in this edition of the School was its total duration (two weeks as opposed to one), the number of hours assigned to one subject, and the addition of some experimental courses for the students to overcome their inhibitions of a direct encounter with the equipment and its usage. There were also a few overview talks delivered by local experts on the current status of some of the research fields actively pursued in Mexico. The XI-MSPF was organized by the Particles and Fields Division of the Mexican Physical Society. It was generously sponsored by several institutions: Universidad de Veracruz, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicols de Hidalgo, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Avanzados del IPN (CINVESTAV) and Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologa (CONACyT). We are very grateful to Dr Ral Arias Lovillo, Dr Vctor Manuel Alcarz Romero, Dr Asdrbal Flres Lpez and Mtro Walter Saiz Gonzlez, head of the Academic Secretariat, Director and Subdirector of the Office of Scientific Research and Director of the Division of Exact Sciences of the University of Veracruz, respectively, for their invaluable support in all senses to our Summer School. We also appreciate the important and useful assistance provided by Dr Rubn Bernardo Morante Lpez, Director of the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa, and Dr Hctor Coronel Brizio of the Secretariat of Education and Culture of the state of Veracruz. We acknowledge the help of our colleagues in the Organizing Committee: Norma Bagatella Flores (FFIA-U. Veracruzana), Heriberto Castilla Valds (CINVESTAV-U. Zacatenco), Lorenzo Dz Cruz (FCFM-BUAP), Juan Jos Godina Nava (CINVESTAV-U. Zacatenco), Gerardo Herrera Corral (CINVESTAV-U. Zacatenco), German Mandujano Vallejo (FFIA-U. Veracruzana), Miguel ngel Prez Angn (CINVESTAV-U. Zacatenco), Efran Rojas Marcial (FFIA-U. Veracruzana) and Carlos Vargas Madrazo (FFIA-U Veracruzana). Many thanks also to our Conference Secretaries Patricia Carranza and Soledad Lpez for the efficiency with which they carried out their job and their dedication. Special thanks go to Mara Guadalupe Colorado Hernndez and Javier Ignacio Fragoso Tizapan, whose help in carrying out the School was essential, without their collaboration this School would not have been the same. We take this opportunity to thank most warmly all the speakers for delivering excellent lectures which made this event a success. Moreover, to our utmost delight, the students participated very enthusiastically and we hope that this school will contribute considerably towards their academic development. The future of scientific endeavour always depends upon the students. Adnan Bashir (IFM-UMSNH) Jens Erler (IF-UNAM) Rul Hernndez (FFIA-UV) Myriam Mondragn (IF-UNAM) Luis Villaseor (IFM-UMSNH)

2005-01-01

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Recommendations for the establishment of the seismic code of Haiti  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Haiti, because of his seismicity associated with plate boundary and several faults that cross the island of Hispaniola (Haiti-Dominican Republic), has been affected in the past by major earthquakes, which have caused loss of life and damage or considerable structural collapses (ex. 1771, 1842), sometimes the destruction of the cities. The recent earthquake of January 12, 2010, was the most destructive earthquake that any country has experienced in modern times, when we measure the number of people killed with respect to the population of a country (Cavallo et al. 2010). It's obvious that the major causes of theses losses are the lack of awareness of the population about the earthquakes, the absence of seismic code and quality control of the building. In this paper, we propose some recommendations for the establishment of the seismic code of Haiti in order to decrease physical and social impacts of earthquakes in the future. First of all, we present a theoretical part of concepts and fundamental elements to establish a seismic code, such as: description of the methodology for seismic hazard's assessment, presentation of the results in terms of acceleration maps for the whole country (in rock sites) and Uniform Hazard Spectrum (UHS) in the cities, and the criteria for soil classification and amplification factors for including site's effects, equivalent forces, etc. Then, we include a practical part where calculations and comparisons of five seismic codes of different countries (Eurocode 8, Spain, Canada, United States and Dominican Republic) are included, in order to have criteria for making the proposals for Haiti. Using the results of Benito et al (presented in this session S10) we compare the UHS in different cities of Haiti with the response spectrum derived from the application of the spectral shapes given by the aforementioned codes. Furthermore, the classification of soils and buildings have been also analyzed and contrasted with local data in order to propose the more suitable classification for Haiti. Finally, we have proposed a methodology for the forces estimation providing the values of the relevant coefficients. References: EN 1998-1:2004 (E): Eurocode 8, Design of structures for earthquake resistance, Part 1(General Rules, seismic actions and rules for buildings), 2004. -MTPTC, (2011). Rgles de calcul intrimaires pour les btiments en Hati, Ministre des Travaux Publics, Transports et Communications, Fvrier 2011, Hati. -NBCC 2005: National Building Code of Canada, vol1, National Research Council of Canada 2005. -NCSE-02: Norma de construccin sismorresistente de Espaa. BOE num.244, Viernes 11 Octubre 2002. -NEHRP, 2009. Recommended Provisions for Seismic Regulations for new Buildings and Other Structures, FEMA P-750, February, Part 1 (Provisions) and Part 2 (Commentary). -R-001 (2011): Reglamento para el anlisis y diseo ssmico de estructuras de Repblica Dominicana. Decreto No. 201-11. Ministerio de Obras Pblicas y Comunicaciones.

Pierristal, G.; Benito, B.; Cervera, J.; Belizaire, D.

2013-05-01

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Study of Galactic clumps with millimeter / submillimeter continuum and molecular emission: Early stages of massive star formation  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Massive stars play a key role in the evolution of the Galaxy; hence they are important objects of study in astrophysics. Although they are rare compared to low mass stars, they are the principal source of heavy elements and UV radiation, affecting the process of formation of stars and planets, and the physical, chemical, and morphological structure of galaxies. Star clusters form in dense "clumps" (few parsecs in size) within giant molecular clouds, while individual stars form in cores (subparsec scale). An important step in the observational study of massive star formation is the identification and characterization of clumps. More detailed studies can then show how these clumps fragment into cores. Studies of clumps in our Galaxy will provide fundamental guidelines for the analysis of other galaxies, where individual clumps and cores cannot be resolved, and provide a catalog of interesting sources for observations of the Milky Way with a new generation of instruments, such as the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array. Large-scale blind surveys of the Galactic plane at millimeter and submillimeter wavelengths have recently been completed, allowing us to identify star forming clumps and improve our understanding of the early stages of massive stars. One of these studies, the Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey (BGPS), mapped the continuum emission at 1.1 mm over a large region of the northern Galactic plane at a resolution of 33", identifying 8559 compact sources throughout the Galaxy. In this dissertation, I present observations of a sample of sources from the BGPS catalog, obtained with the Submillimeter High Angular Resolution Camera II (SHARC-II). I present in this work 107 continuum emission maps at 350 μm at high angular resolution (8.500) toward clump-like sources and construct a catalog of BGPS substructures. I estimate clump properties such as temperatures and multiplicity of substructures, and compare my results with 350 ?m continuum maps from the Hi-GAL survey. I also present a detailed analysis, using molecular line and dust continuum observations, of the region G331.5-0.1, one of the most luminous regions of massive star formation in the Milky Way, located at the tangent region of the Norma spiral arm. Molecular line and millimeter continuum emission maps reveal the presence of six compact and luminous molecular clumps, with physical properties consistent with values found toward other massive star forming sources. This work includes the discovery of one of the most energetic and luminous molecular outflows known in the Galaxy, G331.512-0.103. For this high-speed outflow, I present ALMA observations that reveal a very compact, extremely young bipolar outflow and a more symmetric outflowing shocked shell surrounding a very small region of ionized gas. The source is one of the youngest examples of massive molecular outflows associated with the formation of a high-mass star.

Merello, Manuel Antonio

2014-09-01

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PREFACE: 4th National Meeting in Chaos, Complex System and Time Series  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The fourth edition of the National Meeting on Chaos, Complex Systems and Time Series (NMCCSTS4), or in Spanish 4a. Reunin Nacional de Caos, Sistemas Complejos y Series de Tiempo, was held from 29 November to 2 December 2011 in the University of Veracruz (Universidad Veracruzana), Campus Xalapa, at Xalapa Veracruz, Mxico, in the beautiful House of the Lake (Casa del Lago), a late XIX century former textile factory situated in the edge of an also ancient former dam, currently a park containing three small lakes, very emblematic of Xalapa, City, the capital of the state of Veracruz, Mxico. The previous editions of this meeting, were held in Mrida (2006), Pachuca (2008) and Puebla (2009). A clear uptrend is observed in the number of participants in this academic event from all Universities of Mxico and abroad, going from about 15 participants in the first meeting to more than 90 in the last one. On this occasion, about 90 participants from three countries attended our event, where 29 papers (10 master lectures from top recognized national and international leaders in the fields of complexity, and 19 invited papers), one course for students and 42 posters were presented. A look at the scientific program of the NMCCSTS4, allows us to appreciate the wide range of topics and recent advances that were covered during our event; topics and recent results in the areas of biology, econophysics, sociophysics, genomics and bioinformatics, complex networks, thermodynamics, etc, were presented and discussed rigorously in a friendly, dynamical and informal atmosphere. Also, on this occasion, we celebrated Professor Miguel Angel Jimnez Montao, for his very distinguished academic career throughout more that 50 years and as a founding member of the Faculty of Physics and AI of University of Veracruz. Prizes were awarded for the best poster presentations. The winner was Porfirio Toledo, from Faculty of Mathematics, University of Veracruz (Game theory to characterize solutions of a discrete-time Hamilton--Jacobi equation). The present volume contains a rigorous selection of the lectures presented at the NMCCSTS4. All papers were peer reviewed and we consider the high quality and the wide range of topics covered here displays the high level that the community of complexity sciences is reaching in our country. We would like to thank all of the speakers, participants and the members of the Organizing Committee, also we would like to express our gratitude to all students and support personal involved with the logistic and technical aspects of the organization of our event. This IV edition of the National Meeting on Caos, Complex System and Time Series was sponsored by the following organizations and institutions, we warmly thank all of them: Universidad Veracruzana, IF-BUAP, UAM Azcapotzalco, INMEGEN, Conacyt (155492), all them from Mxico and the Ministero degli Affari Esteri (MAE) from Italy. A R Hernndez Montoya University of Veracruz M E Rodrguez Achach University of Veracruz E Hernndez Lemus National Institute of Genomic Medicine J R Luvano Enrquez Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco C E Vargas Madrazo University of Veracruz Organizing Committee Jos Luis Carrillo Estrada Instituto de Fsica, Benemerita Universidad Autnoma de Puebla, carrillo@sirio.ifuap.buap.mx Jos Rubn Luvano Enrquez Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, jrle@correo.azc.uam.mx Enrique Hernndez Lemus National Institute of Genomic Medicine, ehernandez@inmegen.gob.mx Alejandro Ral Hernndez Montoya University of Veracruz, alhernandez@uv.mx Norma Bagatella Flores University of Veracruz, nbagatella@uv.mx Adrian Arturo Huerta Hernndez University of Veracruz, adhuerta@uv.mx Manuel Enrique Rodrguez Achach University of Veracruz, manurodriguez@uv.mx Carlos Ernesto Vargas Madrazo University of Veracruz, cavargas@uv.mx Sol Haret Baez Barrios University of Veracruz, arbaez@uv.mx Hctor Francisco Coronel Brizio University of Veracruz, hcoronel@uv.mx Sergio Adrian Lerma Hernndez University of Veracruz, slerma@uv.mx

Ral Hernndez Montoya, Alejandro; Hernndez Lemus, Enrique; Rubn Luvano Enrquez, Jos; Rodrguez Achach, Manuel Enrique; Vargas Madrazo, Carlos Ernesto

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Properties of Waste from Coal Gasification in Entrained Flow Reactors in the Aspect of Their Use in Mining Technology / W?a?ciwo?ci odpadw ze zgazowania w?gla w reaktorach dyspersyjnych w aspekcie ich wykorzystania w technologiach grniczych  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Most of the coal gasification plants based of one of the three main types of reactors: fixed bed, fluidized bed or entrained flow. In recent years, the last ones, which works as "slagging" reactors (due to the form of generated waste), are very popular among commercial installations. The article discusses the characteristics of the waste from coal gasification in entrained flow reactors, obtained from three foreign installations. The studies was conducted in terms of the possibilities of use these wastes in mining technologies, characteristic for Polish underground coal mines. The results were compared with the requirements of Polish Standards for the materials used in hydraulic backfill as well as suspension technology: solidification backfill and mixtures for gob caulking. Wi?kszo?? przemys?owych instalacji zgazowania w?gla pracuje w oparciu o jeden z trzech g?wnych typw reaktorw: ze z?o?em sta?ym, dyspersyjny lub fluidalny. W zale?no?ci od rodzaju reaktora oraz szczeg?owych rozwi?za? instalacji, powstaj?ce uboczne produkty zgazowania mog? mie? r?n? posta?. Zale?y ona w du?ej mierze od stosunku temperatury pracy reaktora do temperatury topnienia cz??ci mineralnych zawartych w paliwie, czyli do temperatury mi?knienia i topnienia popio?u. W ostatnich latach bardzo du?? popularno?? w?rd instalacji komercyjnych zdobywaj? reaktory dyspersyjne "?u?luj?ce". W takich instalacjach ?u?el jest wychwytywany i studzony po wyp?yni?ciu z reaktora. W niektrych przypadkach oprcz ?u?la powstaje jeszcze popi? lotny, wychwytywany w systemach odprowadzania spalin. Mo?e by? on pozyskiwany oddzielnie lub te? zawracany do komory reaktora, gdzie ulega stopieniu. Wszystkie z analizowanych odpadw - trzy ?u?le oraz popi? pochodz? w?a?nie z tego typu instalacji. Tylko z jednej z nich pozyskano zarwno ?u?el jak i popi?, z pozosta?ych dwch jedynie ?u?el. Odpady te powsta?y, jako uboczny produkt zgazowania w?gla lub w?gla z dodatkami: bitumin (?u?el S1), czy biomasy (popi? A2, ?u?el S2). W polskim grnictwie podziemnym wyr?ni? mo?na kilka technologii podsadzkowych, w ktrych do transportu materia?u wykorzystywana jest woda. Tradycyjnie oraz ze wzgl?dw historycznych, terminem "podsadzka hydrauliczna" okre?la si? t?, ktra spe?nia wymagania normy PN-93/G-11010. Do najwa?niejszych cech takiej podsadzki hydraulicznej zaliczy? nale?y wype?nienia uprzednio wydzielonej pustki poeksploatacyjnej, materia?em o jak najmniejszej ?ci?liwo?ci oraz o jak najwi?kszej wodoprzepuszczalno?ci. Materia? taki, po odprowadzeniu wody ma stanowi? mechaniczna podpor? stropu, a proces podsadzania jest ?ci?le powi?zany z procesem eksploatacji, jako sposb likwidacji zrobw. Najcz??ciej stosowanymi materia?ami s? piasek podsadzkowy oraz odpady grnicze lub hutnicze (Lisowski, 1997). Od ponad dwudziestu lat, w polskim grnictwie w?gla kamiennego obecna jest rwnie? inna technologia podsadzkowa, w ktrej do transportu materia?w wykorzystywana jest woda. W tym przypadku cz??ci sta?e to materia?y drobnoziarniste, najcz??ciej popio?y r?nych typw, ktre po wymieszaniu z wod? tworz? zawiesin? (st?d termin "zawiesiny popio?owo-wodne"). Polska norma PN-G-11011:1998 wyr?nia dwie odmiany takich zawiesin i definiuje je, jako "podsadzk? zestalan?" oraz "mieszanin? do doszczelniania zrobw". Podstawow? ide? przy?wiecaj?c? stosowaniu zawiesin drobnoziarnistych w technologiach grniczych by?a pocz?tkowo troska o zagospodarowaniu odpadw energetycznych, a nast?pnie grniczych (Mazurkiewicz i in., 1998; Piotrowski i in., 2006; Piotrowski, 2010; Plewa i Mys?ek, 2000; Plewa i Sobota, 2002). Obecnie technologia zawiesinowa na sta?e zago?ci?a w kopalniach w?gla kamiennego staj?c si? m.in. nieodzownym ?rodkiem profilaktyki po?arowej i metanowej (Dziurzy?ski i Pomyka?a, 2006; Palarski, 2004; Pomyka?a, 2006). W artykule przedstawiono analiz? mo?liwo?ci wy

Pomyka?a, Rados?aw

2013-06-01