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QIN Newsletter 1  

Cancer.gov

MR techniques in the Quantita- tive Imaging Network. Dr. Nordstrom, pro- gram director at NCI for the QIN, has briefed Dr. Fennessy on the structure of the network and the need to begin selecting individuals to serve on the five working groups.

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Shin splints (image)  

MedlinePLUS

... stress syndrome in which pain occurs along the tibia (shin bone) in the front of the lower ... area the lower leg muscles' attachment to the tibia. Shin splints are typically caused from intense or ...

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A Hybrid Cross-Layer Routing Protocol for MANETs Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh  

E-print Network

1 A Hybrid Cross-Layer Routing Protocol for MANETs Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh Center--Wireless link effects impose unique challenges to routing protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs Quagga suite and demonstrate its performance improvements compared to OSPF MANET Designated Routing (MDR

Yousefi'zadeh, Homayoun

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Shin Splints 101: Explaining Shin Splints to Young Runners  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Shin splints are a common but often confusing injury. Sources disagree on both the cause of the injury and the anatomical source of the pain. Some blame shin splints on foot pronation, footstrike pattern, or arch height. Regardless of what causes the condition, it affects many runners, beginning in some at a young age. Young runners often have

Newlin, Dana; Smith, Darla S.

2011-01-01

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UAV-Aided Cross-Layer Routing for MANETs Yuan Guo Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh Hamid Jafarkhani  

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UAV-Aided Cross-Layer Routing for MANETs Yuan Guo Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh Hamid,xiaolonl,hyousefi,hamidj]@uci.edu Abstract--In this paper, we present UAV-aided Cross-Layer Routing Protocol (UCLR) that aims at improving the routing performance of a ground MANET network with aid from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The UAV

Yousefi'zadeh, Homayoun

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LA-MAC: A Load Adaptive MAC Protocol for MANETs Weihong Hu Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi'zadeh  

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1 LA-MAC: A Load Adaptive MAC Protocol for MANETs Weihong Hu Xiaolong Li Homayoun Yousefi--The performance of prevalent MAC protocols in MANETs relies on the level of contention in networks. While refer as Load- Adaptive MAC (LA-MAC) protocol for MANETs. By adaptively switching its running mode

Yousefi'zadeh, Homayoun

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Shin splints - self-care  

MedlinePLUS

... splints. Common activities that cause shin splints are: Running, especially on hills. If you are a new ... arches Work out on hard surfaces, such as running on the street or playing basketball or tennis ...

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Shin lawsuit, Page 7 The Weather  

E-print Network

family attorney David A DeLuca noted that the suit would not stop regardless of the out- come. "It the plaintiffs that mis- diagnosis and mishandling of Shin's case ultimately led to her suicide in April 2000

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A Survey on the Special Function "Shin"  

E-print Network

The purpose of the work is to furnish a complete study of a discrete and special function, discovered by the author and named with the Arabian letter "SHIN" {The letter SHIN is the thirteenth letter of the Arabian alphabet}. It includes three other papers, published in the International journal "Kragujevac Journal of Mathematics". The methods, the techniques and the style of the demonstration inside such a work, are all related to Leonhard Euler, the very great Swiss mathematician.

Andrea Ossicini

2007-01-29

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ALGEBRAIC K-THEORY OF MAPPING CLASS ETHAN BERKOVE, DANIEL JUAN-PINEDA, AND QIN LU  

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ALGEBRAIC K-THEORY OF MAPPING CLASS GROUPS ETHAN BERKOVE, DANIEL JUAN-PINEDA, AND QIN LU Abstract;guration Space, Fixed Point Data. 1 #12; 2 ETHAN BERKOVE, DANIEL JUAN-PINEDA, AND QIN LU The techniques

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Early Development of Demonstratives in Pre-Qin Chinese  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This dissertation offers a new dynamic account of the evolution of the demonstrative system in pre-Qin Chinese based on a comprehensive linguistic analysis of the phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic aspects of demonstratives attested in two corpora of excavated texts, i.e. the oracle-bone inscriptions dated to the late

Deng, Lin

2011-01-01

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Statistical Causality Analysis of INFOSEC Alert Xinzhou Qin Wenke Lee  

E-print Network

Statistical Causality Analysis of INFOSEC Alert Data Xinzhou Qin Wenke Lee College of Computing (IDSs), an- tivirus software and authentication services, the problem of alert analysis has become very important. The large amount of alerts can overwhelm security administrators and prevent them from adequately

Lee, Wenke

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Multi-Dimensional Online Tracking Ke Yi Qin Zhang  

E-print Network

give competitive online algorithms whose communication costs are compared with the opti- mal offline.e., the worst-case ratio between the cost of the online algorithm and the cost of the best offline algorithmMulti-Dimensional Online Tracking Ke Yi Qin Zhang Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Yi, Ke "Kevin"

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Surface Reconstruction with Triangular B-splines Ying He and Hong Qin  

E-print Network

will produce a discontinu- ity curve across the whole patch. Triangular B-splines, or DMS splines, introducedSurface Reconstruction with Triangular B-splines Ying He and Hong Qin Department of Computer|qin}@cs.sunysb.edu Abstract This paper presents a novel modeling technique for re- constructing a triangular B-spline surface

Qin, Hong

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Fairing Triangular B-splines of Arbitrary Topology Ying He, Xianfeng Gu, and Hong Qin  

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Fairing Triangular B-splines of Arbitrary Topology Ying He, Xianfeng Gu, and Hong Qin Stony Brook University E-mail: {yhe|gu|qin}@cs.sunysb.edu (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Abstract Triangular B-splines tools with triangular B-splines are less-developed. This is mainly because users have to handle a large

Qin, Hong

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Interlayer stress in laminate beam of piezoelectric and elastic materials Qing-Sheng Yang a,*, Qing-Hua Qin b  

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-mail addresses: qsyang@bjut.edu.cn (Q.-S. Yang), qinghua.qin@ anu.edu.au (Q.-H. Qin). wwwInterlayer stress in laminate beam of piezoelectric and elastic materials Qing-Sheng Yang a,*, Qing-Hua Qin b , Tong Liu a a Department of Engineering Mechanics, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing

Qin, Qinghua

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Adaptive Models for Gene Networks Yong-Jun Shin1  

E-print Network

values. In this study, we demonstrate that the behavior of the p53-MDM2 gene network in individual cellsAdaptive Models for Gene Networks Yong-Jun Shin1 , Ali H. Sayed2 , Xiling Shen1 * 1 Electrical. Citation: Shin Y-J, Sayed AH, Shen X (2012) Adaptive Models for Gene Networks. PLoS ONE 7(2): e31657. doi

Sayed, Ali

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Bidirectionalising HaXML Shin-Cheng Mu Zhenjiang Hu Masato Takeichi  

E-print Network

an address book. IPL Address Book li> Shin-Cheng Mu li> li> Zhenjiang Hu liBidirectionalising HaXML Shin-Cheng Mu Zhenjiang Hu Masato Takeichi Graduate School of Information by printer. . . $5.00. #12; Shin-Cheng Mu scm

Mu, Shin-Cheng

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Force of an Actin Spring Jennifer H. Shin,*yz  

E-print Network

Force of an Actin Spring Jennifer H. Shin,*yz Barney K. Tam,y§ Ricardo R. Brau,{ Matthew J. Lang, cytoskeletal proteins such as microtubules and actin filaments generate forces via polymerization type of actin-based cellular engine--a biological spring. During the acrosome reaction, a 60-mm long

Lang, Matthew

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Tibial Stress Injuries: Decisive Diagnosis and Treatment of "Shin Splints."  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Tibial stress injuries, commonly called shin splints, often result when bone remodeling processes adopt inadequately to repetitive stress. Physicians who are caring for athletic patients must have a thorough understanding of this continuum of injuries, including medial tibial stress syndrome and tibial stress fractures, because there are

Couture, Christopher J.; Karlson, Kristine A.

2002-01-01

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The tenderisation of shin beef using a citrus juice marinade.  

PubMed

The effectiveness of organic acids (acetic, citric, lactic) and a citrus juice marinade as tenderising agents in shin beef muscle was investigated. At 0.2 M, citric acid was more effective as a tenderising agent than acetic or lactic acid. Immersion of shin beef strips in citric acid (0-0.05 M) showed that a significant tenderising effect was obtained above a concentration of 0.013 M. When shin beef strips were immersed in the citrus juice marinade (31% orange juice, 31% lemon juice, 38% distilled water) mean pH decreased from 5.7 to 3.1 and mean sample weight increased by ?65%. The mean Warner-Bratzler shear force value decreased from 178 to 44 N cm(-2) following marination while mean sensory analysis scores for tenderness and juiciness increased following marination. A mean total collagen content of 1.4 g/100 g was recorded in shin beef of which 9% was soluble in unmarinated samples and 29% was soluble in marinated samples. The results indicated that the tenderisation of beef samples using a citrus juice marinade could be attributed to marinade uptake by muscle proteins and also to solubilisation of collagen. PMID:22062175

Burke, R M; Monahan, F J

2003-02-01

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ANTI-PREDATOR RESPONSES OF SHARP-SHINNED HAWKS  

Microsoft Academic Search

Migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) aggressively approached a Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus) model. Components of the approach included a silent flight devoid of wing motion, vocalizations, use of tarsi, multiple approaches and avoid- ance of the front of the model. These components were manifested in different com- binations and frequencies. It is suggested that the function of attacking by

Paul Kerlinger; Patricia H. Lehrer

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Dynamic Voltage Scaling of OLED Displays Donghwa Shin, Younghyun Kim,  

E-print Network

Dynamic Voltage Scaling of OLED Displays Donghwa Shin, Younghyun Kim, and Naehyuck Chang Seoul backlight, organic LED (OLED) display panels naturally consume low power and provide high image quality thanks to their self-illuminating characteristic. In spite of this fact, the OLED dis- play panel

Pedram, Massoud

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Comparative study on "long-dan", "qin-jiao" and their adulterants by HPLC analysis.  

PubMed

"Long-Dan" and "Qin-Jiao" are two important TCM herbs since ancient times in China. In the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, the dried roots and rhizomes of four species from the genus Gentiana, e.g. Gentiana manshurica, G. scabra, G. triflora and G. rigescens, are recorded under the name of Gentianae Radix et Rhizoma ("Long-Dan" in Chinese), while the other four species from the same genus including G. macrophylla, G. crassicaulis, G. straminea and G. duhurica are recorded and used as the raw materials of Gentianae Macrophyllae Radix ("Qin-Jiao" in Chinese). On the basis of the establishment of a validated HPLC-UV method for quantifying simultaneously, five iridoid glycosides, e.g. loganic acid (1), swertiamarinin (2), gentiopicroside (3), sweroside (4) and 2'-(o,m-dihydroxybenzyl)sweroside (5) have been used successfully as chemical markers for the comparison of the species used as "Long-Dan", "Qin-Jiao" and their adulterants in the present study. The results suggested that four iridoid glycosides 1-4 commonly existed in both "Long-Dan" and "Qin-Jiao", while 2'-(o,m-dihydroxybenzyl)sweroside (5) also existed as one of the major components in "Dian-Long-Dan" species. Moreover, the contents of compounds 1-5 were various in different "Long-Dan" and "Qin-Jiao" species. Herein, we profiled and compared three "Long-Dan" species, four "Qin-Jiao" species and five adulterants by applying multivariate statistical techniques to their HPLC data sets to establish the differences and/or similarities. PMID:25280952

Liu, Fang-Fang; Wang, Yan-Ming; Zhu, Hong-Tao; Wang, Dong; Yang, Chong-Ren; Xu, Min; Zhang, Ying-Jun

2014-10-01

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COMPARISON OF NESTING HABITAT OF COEXISTING SHARP-SHINNED AND COOPER'S HAWKS IN MISSOURI  

Microsoft Academic Search

We studied the vegetative structure at nest sites of Cooper's Hawks (Accipiter cooperil) in two different habitats and of Sharp-shinned Hawks (A. striatus) in one habitat in Missouri. Sixteen Sharp-shinned Hawk nests occurred in pine (Pinus spp.) habitat and one in mixed pine-hardwood habitat. Thirty-three Cooper's Hawk nests occurred in pine habitat and 10 in oak-hickory (Quercus-Carya) hardwood habitat. Sharp-shinned

ERNIE P. WIGGERS; KEVIN J. KRITZ

1991-01-01

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Notes on breeding sharp-shinned hawks and Coopers hawks in Barnwell County, South Carolina  

Microsoft Academic Search

Abstract - Breeding records of Accipiter striatus (Sharp-shinned Hawks) in the southeastern US are scattered and isolated. We documented a Sharp-shinned Hawk and Accipiter cooperii (Coopers Hawk) nest while conducting a telemetry study on Melanerpes erythrocephalus (Red-headed Woodpeckers) in Barnwell County, SC in 2006 and 2007. We report the first known nest of a Sharp-shinned Hawk in Barnwell County, SC

Mark Vukovich; John C. Kilgo

2009-01-01

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Symbolic Vector Analysis in Plasma Physics H. Qin, W. M. Tang, and G. Rewoldt  

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Symbolic Vector Analysis in Plasma Physics H. Qin, W. M. Tang, and G. Rewoldt Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 08543­451 Many problems in plasma physics involve to their problems. Several applications of this symbolic vector analysis package to plasma physics are also given

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Symbolic Vector Analysis in Plasma Physics H. Qin, W. M. Tang, and G. Rewoldt  

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Symbolic Vector Analysis in Plasma Physics H. Qin, W. M. Tang, and G. Rewoldt Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 08543-451 Many problems in plasma physics involve to their problems. Several applications of this symbolic vector analysis package to plasma physics are also given

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Secure and privacy preserving keyword searching for cloud storage services Qin Liu a,b  

E-print Network

Secure and privacy preserving keyword searching for cloud storage services Qin Liu a,b , Guojun form 11 January 2011 Accepted 9 March 2011 Keywords: Cloud storage Security Privacy preserving Partial and privacy preserving keyword searching (SPKS) scheme, which allows the CSP to participate

Wu, Jie

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CrackTree: Automatic crack detection from pavement images Qin Zou a,b,c,  

E-print Network

CrackTree: Automatic crack detection from pavement images Qin Zou a,b,c, , Yu Cao c , Qingquan Li b t Pavement cracks are important information for evaluating the road condition and conducting the neces- sary pavement images. In practice, crack detection is a very challenging problem because of (1) low con- trast

Wang, Song

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Tenebrio molitor antifreeze protein gene identification and regulation Wensheng Qin, Virginia K. Walker  

E-print Network

Tenebrio molitor antifreeze protein gene identification and regulation Wensheng Qin, Virginia K 2005 Received by J.A. Engler Abstract The yellow mealworm, Tenebrio molitor, is a freeze susceptible element 1. Introduction The life cycle of yellow mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor, can encompass four

Qin, Wensheng

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Soil organic carbon sequestration potential of cropland in China Zhangcai Qin,1,2  

E-print Network

Soil organic carbon sequestration potential of cropland in China Zhangcai Qin,1,2 Yao Huang,1), Soil organic carbon sequestration potential of cropland in China, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 27, doi:10 carbon (SOC) in cropland is of great importance to the global carbon (C) balance and to agricultural

Pittendrigh, Barry

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Fairing Triangular B-splines of Arbitrary Topology Ying He, Xianfeng Gu, and Hong Qin  

E-print Network

Fairing Triangular B-splines of Arbitrary Topology Ying He, Xianfeng Gu, and Hong Qin Center triangular B-spline. (a) shows the spherical domain with 682 triangles. (b), (c) and (d) shows a degree 5 (C4 (e) does not change too much, but the curvature distribution improves significantly. The red curves

Qin, Hong

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Converge-Cast with MIMO Luoyi Fu, Yi Qin, Xinbing Wang  

E-print Network

Converge-Cast with MIMO Luoyi Fu, Yi Qin, Xinbing Wang Dept. of Electronic Engineering Shanghai investigates throughput and delay based on a newly predominant traffic pattern, called converge-cast, where schemes under converge-cast for both static and mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), respectively. In a static

Wang, Xinbing

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Understanding factors affecting perceived sociability of social software Qin Gao *, Yusen Dai, Zao Fan, Ruogu Kang  

E-print Network

Understanding factors affecting perceived sociability of social software Qin Gao *, Yusen Dai, Zao t i c l e i n f o Article history: Available online 14 August 2010 Keywords: Sociability Computer-mediated communication Social software a b s t r a c t Sociability is considered to be important to the success of social

Mankoff, Jennifer

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The prevention of shin splints in sports: a systematic review of literature  

Microsoft Academic Search

THACKER, S. B., J. GILCHRIST, D. F. STROUP, and C. D. KIMSEY. The prevention of shin splints in sports: a systematic review of literature. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 34, No. 1, 2002, pp. 32- 40. Purpose: To review the published and unpublished evidence regarding risk factors associated with shin splints, assess the effectiveness of prevention strategies, and offer evidence-based

STEPHEN B. THACKER; JULIE GILCHRIST; DONNA F. STROUP; C. DEXTER KIMSEY

2002-01-01

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Measuring and Improving Latency to Avoid Test Suite Wear Out Shin Yoo & Mark Harman  

E-print Network

Measuring and Improving Latency to Avoid Test Suite Wear Out Shin Yoo & Mark Harman King's College London Centre for Research on Evolution, Search & Testing (CREST) London, UK {shin.yoo, mark introduces the concept of test suite latency. The more latent a test suite, the more it is possible

Singer, Jeremy

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One-finger Interaction for Ubiquitous Environment Takashi Nakamura, Shin Takahashi, Jiro Tanaka  

E-print Network

One-finger Interaction for Ubiquitous Environment Takashi Nakamura, Shin Takahashi, Jiro Tanaka,shin,jiro}@iplab.cs.tsukuba.ac.jp Abstract--We propose new interaction techniques named "One-finger Interaction" in the ubiquitous environment in a home. One-finger Interaction is an interaction technique for doing various operations

Takahashi, Shin

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Characterization of winter airborne particles at Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, China  

Microsoft Academic Search

Daytime and nighttime total suspended particulate matters (TSP) were collected inside and outside Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, the most popular on-site museum in China, in winter 2008. The purpose of this study was to investigate the contribution of visitors to indoor airborne particles in two display halls with different architectural and ventilating conditions, including Exhibition Hall and Pit No.1. Morphological

Tafeng Hu; Shuncheng Lee; Junji Cao; Judith C. Chow; John G. Watson; Kinfai Ho; Wingkei Ho; Bo Rong; Zhisheng An

2009-01-01

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Development of an HPLC Method for the Quality Evaluation of Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian Tablets Derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian tablets, made from three important medicinal plants (Radix Puerariae, Radix Scutellaria, and Rhizoma Coptidis), are derived from a traditional Chinese medicine named Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian-Tang. Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian tablets are a widely used\\u000a botanical drug in China, and can be purchased at the counter. In this study, an HPLC method was developed for the quantification\\u000a of five important components (puerarin, berberine, baicalin, baicalein

H. B. Qu; Y. H. Ma; K. Yu; Y. Y. Cheng

2007-01-01

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Nest-site selection by Sharp-shinned Hawks in Kentucky.  

E-print Network

??Because Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) are the most secretive of North America's forest-breeding raptors, little is known about their breeding biology, including their preferred nesting (more)

Rankin, Tyler Edmonson

2011-01-01

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Can Fault Prediction Models and Metrics be Used for Vulnerability Prediction? Yonghee Shin and Laurie Williams  

E-print Network

Can Fault Prediction Models and Metrics be Used for Vulnerability Prediction? Yonghee Shin general faults in software - thinking like an attacker. Therefore, security engineers looking security vulnerabilities rather than faults. At the same time, faults and vulnerabilities have

Young, R. Michael

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PRODUCTIVITY AND NESTING CHRONOLOGY OF THE COOPER'S HAWK AND SHARP-SHINNED  

Microsoft Academic Search

ABSTlCT.--Sharp-shinned hawk (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper's hawk (A. cooperii) nests were studied in Missouri during 1985 and 1986 to determine productivity and nesting chronology. The nesting season for Sharp-shinned hawks extended from May to August, with most young fledging by August. The Cooper's hawk nesting season extended from May to July. Mean clutch size and number of young reaching banding

ERNIE P. WIGGERS; KEVIN J. KRITZ

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Haiying Qin  

Cancer.gov

Skip to Main Content CCR Home | About CCR | CCR Intranet Main Navigation Referrals For Patients For Physicians For Prospective Trainees For Scientists News Quick Links Home Referring a Patient Patients and Families Scientific Programs - Blood & Marrow

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Low-energy Electron Reflectivity from Graphene R. M. Feenstra, N. Srivastava, Qin Gao, and M. Widom  

E-print Network

-layer graphene slab produces 1n reflectivity minima. This same result is also found experimentally for graphene of minima in the energy range 0 ­ 8 eV, but now it is generally found that n layers of graphene produce 1n1 Low-energy Electron Reflectivity from Graphene R. M. Feenstra, N. Srivastava, Qin Gao, and M

Feenstra, Randall

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Outsourcing Privacy-Preserving Social Networks to Guojun Wang, Qin Liu, Feng Li, Shuhui Yang, and Jie Wu  

E-print Network

Outsourcing Privacy-Preserving Social Networks to a Cloud Guojun Wang, Qin Liu, Feng Li§, Shuhui accuracy. Index Terms--Cloud computing, social networks, privacy, probability indistinguishability. I, for marketing reasons. Preserving privacy when publishing social network data becomes an important issue

Wu, Jie

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Application of FIB/SEM and TEM to Bit Failure Analyses in SRAM Arrays Wentao Qin, Alex Volinsky1  

E-print Network

Application of FIB/SEM and TEM to Bit Failure Analyses in SRAM Arrays Wentao Qin, Alex Volinsky1-beam Focused Ion Beam (FIB) combines the slicing capability of FIB with in-situ SEM imaging. The combination here analyses of single and multiple bit failures in SRAM arrays carried out using FIB/SEM, and in two

Volinsky, Alex A.

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Wind Aggregation Via Risky Power Markets Yue Zhao, Member, IEEE, Junjie Qin, Student Member, IEEE, Ram Rajagopal, Member, IEEE,  

E-print Network

--Renewable energy integration, power market, competitive equilibrium, wind aggregation, coalitional game I1 Wind Aggregation Via Risky Power Markets Yue Zhao, Member, IEEE, Junjie Qin, Student Member, IEEE (WPPs) can trade uncertain future power for efficient wind aggregation. A two-settlement market

Zhao, Yue

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Phase-space dynamics of runaway electrons in tokamaks Xiaoyin Guan, Hong Qin, and Nathaniel J. Fisch  

E-print Network

Phase-space dynamics of runaway electrons in tokamaks Xiaoyin Guan, Hong Qin, and Nathaniel J Received 9 February 2010; accepted 19 July 2010; published online 3 September 2010 The phase-space dynamics. A theoretical model and a numerical algorithm for the runaway dynamics in phase space are developed. Instead

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[The overview of traditional Chinese medical cosmetology in pre-Qin dynasty].  

PubMed

The cosmetic measures of humans emerged very early. As far back as the late Palaeolithic age related cosmetic decorations came into being. In the Shang and Zhou dynasty, there were already cosmetic people who applied rouges and powders. In the Spring and Autumn dynasty and Warring States periods, because of the increase awareness of aesthetic enjoyment and the prevalence of attention paid to cosmetology, people began to discuss aesthetics. The development of TCM also caused the fusion of the cosmetology and TCM. The records of the early ancient literature such as Shan Hai Jing and silk scrolls of Ma Wang Dui reflected the overview of TCM cosmetology in pre-Qin dynasty. PMID:19824375

Li, Yao

2009-03-01

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Notes on breeding sharp-shinned hawks and Coopers hawks in Barnwell County, South Carolina.  

SciTech Connect

Abstract - Breeding records of Accipiter striatus (Sharp-shinned Hawks) in the southeastern US are scattered and isolated. We documented a Sharp-shinned Hawk and Accipiter cooperii (Coopers Hawk) nest while conducting a telemetry study on Melanerpes erythrocephalus (Red-headed Woodpeckers) in Barnwell County, SC in 2006 and 2007. We report the first known nest of a Sharp-shinned Hawk in Barnwell County, SC and the first report of Sharp-shinned Hawks preying upon Red-headed Woodpeckers. Thirteen of 93 (13.9 %) woodpeckers were killed by accipiters in the summers of 2006 and 2007. Large, contiguous forests managed for Picoides borealis (Red-cockaded Woodpeckers) may be used by breeding Sharp-shinned Hawks. The bright plumage, loud calls, and behavior of Red-headed Woodpeckers, particularly during the nestling stage, may make them conspicuous prey for accipiters.

Vukovich, Mark; Kilgo, John, C.

2009-07-01

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Ni-dispersed fullerenes: Hydrogen storage and desorption properties Weon Ho Shin and Seong Ho Yang  

E-print Network

Ni-dispersed fullerenes: Hydrogen storage and desorption properties Weon Ho Shin and Seong Ho Yang; published online 31 January 2006 Our study shows that the H2 storage media using Ni-dispersed fullerenes on the fullerene surface can store up to three H2 molecules. Consequently, at high Ni coverage, Ni

Goddard III, William A.

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Liquid-crystal-based linear polarization rotator Hongwen Ren and Shin-Tson Wua  

E-print Network

be widely used in optical splitters, variable filters, optical data storage, grating, and other opticalLiquid-crystal-based linear polarization rotator Hongwen Ren and Shin-Tson Wua College of Optics rotate the polarization axis of an incident linearly polarized light from 0° to 90° is demonstrated

Wu, Shin-Tson

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A Synthetic DNA Walker for Molecular Transport Jong-Shik Shin and Niles A. Pierce*,,  

E-print Network

A Synthetic DNA Walker for Molecular Transport Jong-Shik Shin and Niles A. Pierce*,, Departments. Sherman and Seeman recently demonstrated a bipedal DNA walker that locomotes in an inchworm fashion at each step. Real-time monitoring of walker movement is achieved via multiplexed fluorescence quenching

Pierce, Niles A.

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Detecting SYN Flooding Attacks Haining Wang Danlu Zhang Kang G. Shin  

E-print Network

Detecting SYN Flooding Attacks Haining Wang Danlu Zhang Kang G. Shin EECS Department a simple and robust mechanism for de- tecting SYN flooding attacks. Instead of monitoring the ongoing traffic at the front end (like firewall or proxy) or a victim server itself, we detect the SYN flooding

Wang, Haining

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SYNdog: Sniffing SYN Flooding Sources Haining Wang Danlu Zhang Kang G. Shin  

E-print Network

SYN­dog: Sniffing SYN Flooding Sources #3; Haining Wang Danlu Zhang Kang G. Shin Real and robust mechanism called SYN­dog to sniff SYN flooding sources. We install SYN­dog as a software agent of SYN­dog make itself immune to any flooding attacks. The core mechanism of SYN­dog is based

Wang, Haining

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SRAM Yield Enhancement with Thin-BOX FD-SOI Changhwan Shin, 1  

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SRAM Yield Enhancement with Thin-BOX FD-SOI *1 Changhwan Shin, 1 Min Hee Cho, 3,1 Yasumasa and yield of 6-T SRAM cells implemented in thin-BOX FD-SOI technology vs. bulk technology are compared via 3- dimensional (3D) atomistic process and device simulations and analytical modeling for SRAM yield estimation

Nikolic, Borivoje

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Plug-n-Trust: Practical Trusted Sensing for mHealth Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin  

E-print Network

Plug-n-Trust: Practical Trusted Sensing for mHealth Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin , Ron Peterson, David Security, Performance Keywords trusted computing, smartcards, smartphones, mHealth Permission to make. Judicious use of this mHealth technology can enable physicians to remotely monitor their patients' health

Kotz, David

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Soft Query in Image Retrieval Systems Cyrus Shahabi and Yi-Shin Chen  

E-print Network

Soft Query in Image Retrieval Systems Cyrus Shahabi and Yi-Shin Chen Integrated Media Systems users body, collectively. However, di erent humans have di erent perceptions on the same set of images whosubmitsthe query. We comparedour proposed system with conventional image retrieval systems and observed

Shahabi, Cyrus

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Monitoring organochlorines in blood of sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) migrating through the Great Lakes  

Microsoft Academic Search

Blood samples from sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) were collected from 1985 to 1989 during the fall migration at Hawk Cliff, Ontario, and during the spring migration at Whitefish Point, Michigan, and analyzed for organochlorine contaminants. The study was designed to investigate the potential of using blood samples from birds of prey trapped by banders as a means of estimating the

John E. Elliott; Laird Shutt

1993-01-01

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CHANGES IN THE WINTER ABUNDANCE OF SHARP-SHINNED HAWKS IN NEW ENGLAND  

Microsoft Academic Search

The number of Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) migrating past Cape May, New Jersey and other coastal localities has shown a sharp decline since the mid-1980s. This decline may reflect a population decrease or could result from an increase in individuals remaining to winter in New England. To test this possibility, 18 yr of New England Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) for

CHARLES D. DUNCAN

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Sharp-shinned Hawks Nesting in the Pineywoods of Eastern Texas and Western Louisiana  

Microsoft Academic Search

while monitoring the Red-cockaded Woodpecker (Picoides bo- realis) in eastern Texas and western Louisiana, the authors incidentally found nesting pairs of Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus). All nesting pairs were located in similar stands with an overstory of either longleaf pine (Pinus palustris), or a mix of loblolly (P. tuedu) and shortleaf pine (P. echinatu). Most of these areas were maintained

Clifford E. Shackelford; Daniel Saenz; Richard R. Schaefer

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Brownian motion from molecular dynamics Hyun Kyung Shin a,b  

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Brownian motion from molecular dynamics Hyun Kyung Shin a,b , Changho Kim b , Peter Talkner a , Eok l e i n f o Article history: Available online 20 May 2010 Keywords: Brownian motion Molecular dynamics Mori theory Memory kernel Fluctuating force a b s t r a c t Brownian motion of single particles

Lee, EokKyun

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Machine vision for digital microfluidics Yong-Jun Shin and Jeong-Bong Lee  

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Machine vision for digital microfluidics Yong-Jun Shin and Jeong-Bong Lee Department of Electrical microfluidics is a relatively new technology with expectations of becoming a true lab-on-a-chip platform. Utilizing digital microfluidics, only small amounts of biological samples are required and the experimental

Lee, Jeong-Bong

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Airway nitric oxide release is reduced after PBS inhalation in asthma Hye-Won Shin,1  

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Airway nitric oxide release is reduced after PBS inhalation in asthma Hye-Won Shin,1 David A, Fitzpatrick A, Gaston B, George SC. Airway nitric oxide release is reduced after PBS inhalation in asthma. J.2006.--Exhaled nitric oxide (NO) is elevated in asthma, but the underlying mechanisms remain poorly understood

George, Steven C.

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Divisible Voting Scheme Natsuki ISHIDA, Shin'ichiro MATSUO and Wakaha OGATA  

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Divisible Voting Scheme Natsuki ISHIDA, Shin'ichiro MATSUO and Wakaha OGATA April 23, 2003 Abstract Electronic voting is a prime application of cryptographic tools. Many researches are addressing election or confidence voting in this area. We address a new type of voting scheme "Divisible Voting Scheme," in which

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Saving Energy on WiFi With Required IPsec Youngsang Shin, Steven Myers, and Minaxi Gupta  

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Saving Energy on WiFi With Required IPsec Youngsang Shin, Steven Myers, and Minaxi Gupta School to use traditional VPN protocols, specifically IPsec, in mobile environments while permitting for energy power-cycling the radio in IPsec use set- tings. Next, we perform performance measurements on IPsec

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Analysis of IPSec Overheads for VPN Servers Craig Shue, Youngsang Shin, Minaxi Gupta, Jong Youl Choi  

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Analysis of IPSec Overheads for VPN Servers Craig Shue, Youngsang Shin, Minaxi Gupta, Jong Youl, jychoi}@cs.indiana.edu Abstract Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) is a widely deployed mechanism with IPSec. We use Openswan, an open source implementation of IPSec, and measure the running times

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A rapid UPLC method for simultaneous determination of eleven components in Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian decoction  

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Background: Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian Decoction derived from Shang-Han-Lun compiled by Zhang Zhongjing. It is widely used in the treatment of acute gastroenteritis, bacillary dysentery, virus diarrhea. This paper describes a sensitive and specific assay for the determination of the 11-marker compounds using ultra performance liquid chromatography (UPLC). Objective: To develop an UPLC method for simultaneous determination of 11 bioactive compounds in Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian preparations. Materials and Methods: The chromatography analysis was performed on an Agilent Proshell 120 EC-C18 column (4.6 50 mm, 2.7 ?m) at 30C with a gradient elution of methanol, 0.5% formic acid and 0.5% ammonium acetate at a flow rate 1.0 ml/min and UV detected at 270 nm. Results: All calibration curves showed good linear regression (r ? 0.9993) within tested ranges. Limits of detection (LOD) and limits of quantification (LOQ) fell in the range between 0.0691-1.04 ?g/ml and 0.233.43 ?g/ml, respectively. The mean recovery of each herbal medicine ranged from 96.60 to 102.11%. Conclusion: The method was validated for repeatability, precision, stability, accuracy, and selectivity. The validated method was successfully applied to simultaneous analysis of these active components in Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian decoction.

An, Rui; You, Lisha; Zhang, Yizhu; Wang, Xinhong; Ma, Yuemin

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QIN. Promise and pitfalls of quantitative imaging in oncology clinical trials  

PubMed Central

Quantitative imaging using CT, MRI, and PET modalities will play an increasingly important role in the design of oncology trials addressing molecularly targeted, personalized therapies. The advent of molecularly targeted therapies, exemplified by antiangiogenic drugs, creates new complexities in the assessment of response. The Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN) addresses the need for imaging modalities which can accurately and reproducibly measure not just change in tumor size, but changes in relevant metabolic parameters, modulation of relevant signaling pathways, drug delivery to tumor, and differentiation of apoptotic cell death from other changes in tumor volume. This article provides an overview of the applications of quantitative imaging to phase 0 through phase 3 oncology trials. We describe the use of a range of quantitative imaging modalities in specific tumor types including malignant gliomas, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, lymphoma, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and sarcoma. In the concluding section, we discuss potential constraints on clinical trials using quantitative imaging, including complexity of trial conduct, impact on subject recruitment, incremental costs, and institutional barriers. Strategies for overcoming these constraints are presented. PMID:22898682

Kurland, Brenda F.; Gerstner, Elizabeth R.; Mountz, James M.; Schwartz, Lawrence H.; Ryan, Christopher W.; Graham, Michael M.; Buatti, John M.; Fennessy, Fiona M.; Eikman, Edward A.; Kumar, Virendra; Forster, Kenneth M.; Wahl, Richard L.; Lieberman, Frank S.

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[On Liu qin xi (six animal frolics) in Huai nan zi (Discourses of Master Huainanzi)].  

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The six styles of the art of Daoyin recorded in Liu An's Huai nan zi (Discourses of Master Huainanzi) of the Western Han Dynasty was called the Liu qin xi which was simplified from the complicated ancient Daoyin art of bionic practice imitating the movements of six kinds of animal. Among them, the "xiong jing"imitates the erecting walking style of a bear so as to strengthen the waist and lower extremities; the "niao shen"follows the spreading of wings of a bird so as to extend the arms and legs, to train the shoulders and extremities; the "fu yu"imitates the movements of swimming and moving head of a wild duck so as to train the head and neck; the "yuan jue"imitates the jumping of a monkey among the tree branches so as to train the legs and waist; the "chi shi"imitates the streching neck movements of an eagle so as to strengthen the neck and improvement of vision; while the "hu gu"imitates the movement of turning head of a tiger so as to train one's nape and the buttock. PMID:25208832

Sun, Xiaozhong

2014-05-01

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Load-Sensitive Routing of Long-Lived IP Flows Anees Shaikh, Jennifer Rexford, and Kang G. Shin  

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Load-Sensitive Routing of Long-Lived IP Flows Anees Shaikh, Jennifer Rexford, and Kang G. Shin Real experiments using a one-week ISP packet trace, we show that our hybrid approach significantly outperforms

Singh, Jaswinder Pal

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An Algebraic Approach to Bi-directional Updating Shin-Cheng Mu, Zhenjiang Hu, and Masato Takeichi  

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An Algebraic Approach to Bi-directional Updating Shin-Cheng Mu, Zhenjiang Hu, and Masato Takeichi>Our second effort ... Program inversion li>Our first effortli> li>Our second effortli> Our first effort ...

Mu, Shin-Cheng

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Escape mechanism of a self-trapped topological soliton Yongwoo Shin, Minghai Li, Andr L. Botelho, and Xi Lin*  

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Escape mechanism of a self-trapped topological soliton Yongwoo Shin, Minghai Li, André L. Botelho a universal escape mechanism for the self-trapped domain walls. They escape by continuously adjusting

Lin, Xi

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DECREASES IN MIGRATING SHARP-SHINNED HAWKS (ACCIPITER STRIATUS) AT TRADITIONAL RAPTOR-MIGRATION WATCH SITES IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA  

Microsoft Academic Search

Each fall, migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) are counted at traditional raptor-migration watch sites in eastern North America. During the 1980s and early 1990s, declines in the numbers of Sharp-shinned Hawks sighted at many of these sites raised concerns about the population status of the species. Using count data from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania, and Cape May Point, New Jersey,

CATHERINE B. VIVERETTE; SUSANNA STRUVE; LAURIE J. GOODRICH; KEITH L. BILDSTEIN

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Characterization of winter airborne particles at Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, China.  

PubMed

Daytime and nighttime total suspended particulate matters (TSP) were collected inside and outside Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, the most popular on-site museum in China, in winter 2008. The purpose of this study was to investigate the contribution of visitors to indoor airborne particles in two display halls with different architectural and ventilating conditions, including Exhibition Hall and Pit No.1. Morphological and elemental analyses of 7-day individual particle samples were performed with scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (SEM-EDX). Particle mass concentrations in Exhibition Hall and Pit No.1 were in a range of 54.7-291.7 microg m(-3) and 95.3-285.4 microg m(-3) with maximum diameters of 17.5 microm and 26.0 microm, respectively. In most sampling days, daytime/nighttime particle mass ratios in Exhibition Hall (1.30-3.12) were higher than those in Pit No.1 (0.96-2.59), indicating more contribution of the tourist flow in Exhibition Hall than in Pit No. 1. The maximum of particle size distributions were in a range of 0.5-1.0 microm, with the highest abundance (43.4%) occurred in Exhibition Hall at night. The majority of airborne particles at the Museum was composed of soil dust, S-containing particles, and low-Z particles like soot aggregate and biogenic particles. Both size distributions and particle types were found to be associated with visitor numbers in Exhibition Hall and with natural ventilation in Pit No.1. No significant influence of visitors on indoor temperature and relative humidity (RH) was found in either display halls. Those baseline data on the nature of the airborne particles inside the Museum can be incorporated into the maintenance criteria, display management, and ventilation strategy by conservators of the museum. PMID:19640566

Hu, Tafeng; Lee, Shuncheng; Cao, Junji; Chow, Judith C; Watson, John G; Ho, Kinfai; Ho, Wingkei; Rong, Bo; An, Zhisheng

2009-10-01

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Environmental radiation detected at Lin Shin hospital in Taichung during the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident  

Microsoft Academic Search

This work is the first evaluation of environmental gamma exposure rates by the Nuclear Medicine Department at Lin Shin Hospital\\u000a (LSH) in Taichung with Thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD-100H) during the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP) accident. After\\u000a the 9.0MW strong earthquake hit northern Japan on March 11, 2011, a TLD-100H was used to monitor environmental kerma rate at Taichung\\u000a (2,500km away

S. P. Changlai; H. H. Tsai; S. C. Tsai; H. P. Chen; C. L. Chang; Y. H. Yao; C. Y. Chen

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ELEVATED LEAD LEVELS IN URBAN HOUSE SPARROWS: A THREAT TO SHARP-SHINNED HAWKS AND MERLINS?  

Microsoft Academic Search

ABSTRAGT.--In urban environments, lead (Pb) has been recognized as a health threat to humans as well as wildlife. Although this hazard has waned since the banning of leaded gasoline and paint in the 1970s, soil and atmospheric Pb concentrations have remained higher in disturbed habitats than in exurban habitats. Our study evaluated the threat of Pb exposure to Sharp-shinned Hawks

RICHARD B. CHANDLER; ALLAN M. STRONG; CARLIN C. KAUFMAN

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANT LEVELS IN SHARP-SHINNED HAWKS FROM THE EASTERN UNITED STATES  

Microsoft Academic Search

We examined contaminant levels in tissue samples of sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) collected in the eastern U.S. from 1991-93. We report concentrations of aldrin, cis-nonachlor, p,p'-DDE, dieldrin, heptachlor epoxide, mirex, oxychlordane, PCB, aluminum, lead, and mercury detected in 23 blood, 10 brain, and 31 liver samples. DDE, PCB's, and mercury were detected most often and in highest concen- trations. No

CATHERINE V; LAURIE GOODRICH; CYNTHIA TIBBOTT

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Nest-site selection by Sharp-shinned Hawks in Kentucky  

Microsoft Academic Search

Because Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) are the most secretive of North America's forest-breeding raptors, little is known about their breeding biology, including their preferred nesting habitat. In 2009 and 2010, I searched 248 forest stands in Kentucky and found 11 nests, all located in pines (Pinus spp.). Nests were at a mean height of 18.6 1.4 m in trees

Tyler Edmonson Rankin

2011-01-01

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Low-Energy Electron Reflectivity of Graphene on Copper and other Substrates N. Srivastava, Qin Gao, M. Widom, and R. M. Feenstra*  

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that n layers of graphene produce a regular series of 1n minima in the reflectance spectra, together, it was demonstrated that for free-standing graphene, a film consisting of n graphene monolayers (ML) actually produces1 Low-Energy Electron Reflectivity of Graphene on Copper and other Substrates N. Srivastava, Qin

Feenstra, Randall

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Comments on 'Lattice Boltzmann simulation of alumina-water nanofluid in a square cavity' by Yurong He, Cong Qi, Yanwei Hu, Bin Qin, Fengchen Li and Yulong Ding  

PubMed Central

This work presents some comments concerning the paper entitled Lattice Boltzmann simulation of alumina-water nanofluid in a square cavity by Yurong He, Cong Qi, Yanwei Hu, Bin Qin, Fengchen Li and Yulong Ding which was published in Nanoscale Research Letters in 2011. The comments are related to the numerical parameters and the computed results of average Nusselt number. PMID:23176814

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Opposites Attract: The Fusion of Confucianism and the Qin Dynastys Legalism in the Peoples Republic of China Today  

Microsoft Academic Search

The aim of this research is to examine the seemingly opposite Legalist outlook of the Qin dynasty against the philosophy of Confucianism, and determine the extent to which they have impacted the government and society of the Peoples Republic of China today. It is common in Eastern cultures to blend two seemingly opposite ideas, which is partially how this mixture

Elyse Tompkins

2011-01-01

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Advanced Design Features of APR1400 and Realization in Shin Kori Construction Project  

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APR1400 adopted several advanced design features. To ensure their proper operation as a part of ShinKori 3,4 project, both experimental and analytical work are continuing. In this paper, work on the advanced design features related to enhanced safety is examined. APR1400 safety injection system consists of four independent trains which include four safety injection pump and tanks. A passive flow regulating device called fluidic device is installed in the safety injection tanks. Separate effect tests including a full scale fluidic device tests have been conducted. Integral system tests are in progress. Combination of these work with the analytical work using RELAP5/Mod3 would ensure the proper operation of the new safety injection systems. To mitigate severe accidents, hydrogen mitigation system using PARs and igniters is adopted. Also, active injection system and the streamlined insulation design are adopted to enhance the in-vessel retention capability with the external cooling of RPV strategy. Analytic work with supporting experiments is performed. We are certain that these preparatory work would help the successful adaptation of ADF in ShinKori project. (authors)

OH, S.J.; Park, K.C.; Kim, H.G. [NETEC, Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd, 103-16, Munji-dong, Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)

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Monitoring organochlorines in blood of sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) migrating through the Great Lakes  

SciTech Connect

Blood samples from sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) were collected from 1985 to 1989 during the fall migration at Hawk Cliff, Ontario, and during the spring migration at Whitefish Point, Michigan, and analyzed for organochlorine contaminants. The study was designed to investigate the potential of using blood samples from birds of prey trapped by banders as a means of estimating the organochlorine exposure of migrant birds on their breeding and wintering grounds. Mean plasma levels averaged over the entire sample were highest for p, p[prime]-DDE, followed by total polychlorinated biphenyls. Mean levels of DDE, mirex, oxychlordane, heptachlor epoxide, dieldrin, hexachlorobenzene, and PCBs increased significantly in hatch-year birds from their first southward migration to their return flight the following spring as second-year birds. Thereafter, mean residue levels of the more persistent chemicals, including DDE, oxychlordane, and PCBs, did not change significantly between seasons in adult age classes. In contrast, dieldrin and heptachlor epoxide, which have a shorter half-time in the body, increased significantly in the blood of all age classes after each winter and decreased significantly after each breeding season. The results were interpreted in terms of the clearance rates of the compounds as well as the diet of the birds on the breeding grounds. The sharp-shinned hawk is a useful indicator species for contaminant-monitoring programs involving birds of prey.

Elliott, J.E.; Shutt, L. (National Wildlife Research Centre, Ottawa, Ontario (Canada))

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The relationship of heel contact in ascent and descent from jumps to the incidence of shin splints in ballet dancers.  

PubMed

I conducted a study to determine whether ballet dancers with a history of shin splints make heel contact on ascent and descent from jumps less often than dancers without this history. Sixteen dancers were filmed as they executed a sequence of jumps at two different speeds. Eight of the subjects had a history of shin-splint pain; eight had no such history. The film was viewed on a Super 8 movie projector. Heel contacts on ascent and descent from jumps were counted. Double heel strikes (heel rise between landing and pushing off) were also counted. A nonparametric t test showed no differences between the two groups in the number of contacts on ascent or descent. The dancers with a history of shin splints, however, demonstrated more double heel strikes (p = .02) than the other group. Clinically, this finding may represent a lack of control or a tight Achilles tendon or both. Further study is necessary to confirm these theories. For treatment and prevention of shin splints, a clinician must evaluate a dancer's jumping technique and then provide systematic training to develop the skin strength, flexibility, and coordination that make up control. PMID:4023066

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Tri-Gate Bulk CMOS Technology for Improved SRAM Scalability Changhwan Shin, Borivoje Nikoli, Tsu-Jae King Liu  

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Tri-Gate Bulk CMOS Technology for Improved SRAM Scalability Changhwan Shin, Borivoje Nikoli, Tsu for reducing variation in 6T-SRAM read and write margins, in an early 28nm CMOS technology. With optimization a means to achieve high yield with a notch-less 6T-SRAM cell layout, to facilitate area scaling. I

Nikolic, Borivoje

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Quasi-output-buffered switches Cheng-Shang Chang, Jay Cheng, Duan-Shin Lee and Chi-Feung Wu  

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Quasi-output-buffered switches Cheng-Shang Chang, Jay Cheng, Duan-Shin Lee and Chi-Feung Wu: {cschang,jcheng}@ee.nthu.edu.tw lds@cs.nthu.edu.tw cfwu@gibbs.ee.nthu.edu.tw Abstract--Output-buffered switches are known to have better performance than other switch architectures. However, output- buffered

Chang, Cheng-Shang

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Operation Direction to a Mobile Robot by Projection Lights Takahiro Suzuki, Akihisa Ohya and Shin'ichi Yuta  

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Operation Direction to a Mobile Robot by Projection Lights Takahiro Suzuki, Akihisa Ohya and Shin,yuta}@roboken.esys.tsukuba.ac.jp Abstract-- This paper describes the proposal of a novel concept for directing a mobile robot's motion is showed to the mobile robot as for calculating its relative position by a vision system, and eventually

Ohya, Akihisa

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Poster: Practical Trusted Computing for mHealth Sensing Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin, Ron Peterson, David Kotz  

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Poster: Practical Trusted Computing for mHealth Sensing Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin, Ron Peterson to improve the quality, efficiency, and cost of healthcare around the world [2]. Applica- tions of these mHealth of these mHealth systems. Our goal is to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of mHealth sensor data

Kotz, David

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An Amulet for Trustworthy Wearable mHealth Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin, Ronald Peterson, Cory Cornelius, Shrirang Mare,  

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An Amulet for Trustworthy Wearable mHealth Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin, Ronald Peterson, Cory and manage their health. While the potential benefits of this "mHealth" technol- ogy include better health and privacy chal- lenges. In this paper we propose Amulet, an mHealth architecture that provides strong

Myers, Lawrence C.

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A COMPARISON OF NONINVASIVE TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATING TOTAL BODY FAT IN SHARP-SHINNED AND COOPER'S HAWKS  

Microsoft Academic Search

We evaluated the use of three direct methods (fat scoring, condition indices, and multiple regression of external morphological variables) to estimate total body fat (TBF) in Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper's Hawks (A. cooperii). All three methods explained more than 82% of the variation in actual TBF values, and all three methods required the use of multiple equations to

JOHN P. D ELONG; JAMES A. GESSAMAN

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Cobalt Alters the Growth of a Manganese Oxide Film Young-Shin Jun and Scot T. Martin*  

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Cobalt Alters the Growth of a Manganese Oxide Film Young-Shin Jun and Scot T. Martin* Di in natural waters is partially regulated by interactions with manganese oxide films. In the current work, the effects of aqueous cobalt(II) on manganese oxide film growth are studied by atomic force microscopy

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Airway diffusing capacity of nitric oxide and steroid therapy in asthma Hye-Won Shin,1,2  

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Airway diffusing capacity of nitric oxide and steroid therapy in asthma Hye-Won Shin,1,2 Christine and steroid therapy in asthma. J Appl Physiol 96: 65­75, 2004. First published September 5, 2003; 10 inflammation in diseases such as asthma. The plateau concentration at constant flow is highly dependent

George, Steven C.

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Smile like Hollywood Star: Face Components as Game Jaewook Jung, Hanbit Park, Shin Kang and Minsoo Hahn  

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input, directly. Figure 3-(a) shows the screen shot of Smile like Hollywood Star. The game is verySmile like Hollywood Star: Face Components as Game Input Jaewook Jung, Hanbit Park, Shin Kang and Minsoo Hahn Digital Media Laboratory, KAIST, 517-10 Dogok-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-854, S. Korea

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A Fur-like protein PerR regulates two oxidative stress response related operons dpr and metQIN in Streptococcus suis  

PubMed Central

Background Metal ions are important micronutrients in cellular metabolism, but excess ions that cause toxic reactive oxygen species are harmful to cells. In bacteria, Fur family proteins such as Fur, Zur and PerR manage the iron and zinc uptake and oxidative stress responses, respectively. The single Fur-like protein (annotated as PerR) in Streptococcus suis has been demonstrated to be involved in zinc and iron uptake in previous studies, but the reports on oxidative stress response and gene regulation are limited. Results In the present study, the perR gene deletion mutant ?perR was constructed in Streptococcus suis serotype 2 strain SC-19, and the mutant strain ?perR exhibited less sensitivity to H2O2 stress compared to the wild-type. The dpr and metQIN were found to be upregulated in the ?perR strain compared with SC-19. Electrophoretic mobility shift assays showed that the promoters of dpr and metQIN could be bound by the PerR protein. These results suggest that dpr and metQIN are members of the PerR regulon of S. suis. dpr encodes a Dps-like peroxide resistance protein, and the dpr knockout strains (?dpr and ?dpr?perR) were highly sensitive to H2O2. MetQIN is a methionine transporter, and the increased utilization of methionine in the ?perR strain indirectly affected the peroxide resistance. Using a promoterEGFP gene fusion reporting system, we found that the PerR regulon was induced by H2O2, and the induction was modulated by metal ions. Finally, we found that the pathogenicity of the perR mutant was attenuated and easily cleared by mice. Conclusions These data strongly suggest that the Fur-like protein PerR directly regulates dpr and metQIN and plays a crucial role in oxidative stress response in S. suis. PMID:22646062

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Assessing migration patterns of sharp-shinned hawks Accipiter striatus using stable-isotope and band encounter analysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Intraspecific migration patterns in birds have both spatial and temporal components. Two commonly reported spatial patterns are leap-frog and chain migration. Tempo- ral migration patterns refer to the timing of migration of populations from different breeding latitudes. We investigated the spatial and temporal migration patterns of hatching-year (HY) sharp-shinned hawks Accipiter striatus of interior North America using stable-hydrogen isotope and

Ruth B. Smith; Timothy D. Meehan; Blair O. Wolf

2003-01-01

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Calf and shin muscle oxygenation patterns and femoral artery blood flow during dynamic plantar flexion exercise in humans  

Microsoft Academic Search

. The effects of dynamic plantar flexion exercise [40, 60, and 80contractionsmin1 (cpm)] on calf and shin muscle oxygenation patterns and common femoral artery blood flow (\\u000a ) were examined in sixfemale subjects [mean age 21(SD1)years] who exercised for 1min at 33% of their maximal voluntary\\u000a contraction at ankle angles between 90 and 100. Spatially resolved near-infrared spectroscopy was used

V. Quaresima; S. Homma; K. Azuma; S. Shimizu; F. Chiarotti; M. Ferrari; A. Kagaya

2001-01-01

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Lisa Shin, Chair 7-2251 212 Psy Bldg Mon. 2:00-4:00pm or by appointment lisa.shin@tufts.edu Dan Brooks 7-4149 125 Psy Bldg Weds. 5:00-6:30pm daniel.brooks@tufts.edu  

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Lisa Shin, Chair 7-2251 212 Psy Bldg Mon. 2:00-4:00pm or by appointment lisa.shin@tufts.edu Dan Brooks 7-4149 125 Psy Bldg Weds. 5:00-6:30pm daniel.brooks@tufts.edu Tad Brunye 7-4075 304 Psy Bldg PSY 130: by appointment tadbrunye@gmail.com Rich Chechile 7-3765 206 Psy Bldg Wed. 10:00-12:00pm richard.chechile@tufts

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A Network Pharmacology Approach to Determine Active Compounds and Action Mechanisms of Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian Decoction for Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes  

PubMed Central

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) herbal formulae can be valuable therapeutic strategies and drug discovery resources. However, the active ingredients and action mechanisms of most TCM formulae remain unclear. Therefore, the identification of potent ingredients and their actions is a major challenge in TCM research. In this study, we used a network pharmacology approach we previously developed to help determine the potential antidiabetic ingredients from the traditional Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian decoction (GGQLD) formula. We predicted the target profiles of all available GGQLD ingredients to infer the active ingredients by clustering the target profile of ingredients with FDA-approved antidiabetic drugs. We also applied network target analysis to evaluate the links between herbal ingredients and pharmacological actions to help explain the action mechanisms of GGQLD. According to the predicted results, we confirmed that a novel antidiabetic ingredient from Puerariae Lobatae radix (Ge-Gen), 4-Hydroxymephenytoin, increased the insulin secretion in RIN-5F cells and improved insulin resistance in 3T3-L1 adipocytes. The network pharmacology strategy used here provided a powerful means for identifying bioactive ingredients and mechanisms of action for TCM herbal formulae, including Ge-Gen-Qin-Lian decoction. PMID:24527048

Li, Huiying; Zhao, Linhua; Zhang, Bo; Jiang, Yuyu; Wang, Xu; Guo, Yun; Liu, Hongxing; Li, Shao; Tong, Xiaolin

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Quantum Ghost Image Identification with Correlated Photon Pairs Mehul Malik, Heedeuk Shin,* Malcolm O'Sullivan, Petros Zerom, and Robert W. Boyd  

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Quantum Ghost Image Identification with Correlated Photon Pairs Mehul Malik, Heedeuk Shin,* Malcolm, Rochester, New York 14627, USA (Received 20 August 2009; published 23 April 2010) Ghost imaging can member of a set of spatially nonoverlapping objects. The ``ghost'' image information is impressed upon

Boyd, Robert W.

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Adaptive security and privacy for mHealth sensing Shrirang Mare1, Jacob Sorber1, Minho Shin2, Cory Cornelius1, and David Kotz1  

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Adaptive security and privacy for mHealth sensing Shrirang Mare1, Jacob Sorber1, Minho Shin2, Cory faces an aging popu- lation and rising costs, mobile Health (mHealth) sensing technologies promise a new opportunity. However, the privacy concerns associated with mHealth sensing are a limiting factor

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HEMOGRAMS AND HEMATOZOA OF SHARP-SHINNED (ACCIPITER STRIATUS) AND COOPER'S HAWKS (ACCIPITER COOPER!!) CAPTURED DURING SPRING MIGRATION IN NORTHERN NEW YORK  

Microsoft Academic Search

Hemograms were determined for 26 Cooper's (Accipiter cooperli) and 55 sharp- shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) captured during spring migration (27 March to 12 May 1987) on the south shore of Lake Ontario, New York (USA). No significant differences were noted in packed cellvolume and estimatedtotal solids between the species. However, Cooper's hawks had significantly higher total white blood cell counts

David N. Phalen; Clayton Taylor; Susan W. Phalen; Gordon F. BennetV

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A new species of Caryospora (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the sharp-shinned hawk, Accipiter striatus (Aves: Accipitriformes).  

PubMed

An injured juvenile sharp-shinned hawk, Accipiter striatus Vieillot, 1807 (Aves: Accipitriformes), housed and treated at the College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA, was found to be passing oocysts of an undescribed species of Caryospora in its feces. Sporulated oocysts of Caryospora petersoni n. sp. were subspherical, with a bilayered wall, and they measured 43.1 39.8 ?m; micropyle, oocyst residuum, and polar granule were absent. Sporocysts were subspherical to spherical, 23.4 23.3 ?m; Stieda, substieda, and parastieda bodies were absent, but a spherical sporocyst residuum was present as a compact mass, ~15.1 ?m wide, composed of many homogeneous globules. The new species represents the first caryosporan documented from this species of hawk. PMID:23098064

McAllister, Chris T; Duszynski, Donald W; McKown, Richard D

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Effects of Holocene climate change on the historical demography of migrating sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) in North America.  

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DNA sequences of the mitochondrial control region were analysed from 298 individual sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) sampled at 12 different migration study sites across North America. The control region proved to be an appropriate genetic marker for identification of continental-scale population genetic structure and for determining the historical demography of population units. These data suggest that sharp-shinned hawks sampled at migration sites in North America are divided into distinct eastern and western groups. The eastern group appears to have recently expanded in response to the retreat of glacial ice at the end of the last glacial maximum. The western group appears to have been strongly effected by the Holocene Hypsithermal dry period, with molecular evidence indicating the most recent expansion following this mid-Holocene climatic event 7000-5000 years before present. PMID:15643959

Hull, Joshua M; Girman, Derek J

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Winter and summer characteristics of airborne particles inside emperor Qin's Terra-Cotta Museum, China: a study by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry.  

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Day- and nighttime total suspended particulate matter was collected inside and outside Emperor Qin's Terra-Cotta Museum in winter and summer 2008. The purpose was to characterize the winter and summer differences of indoor airborne particles in two display halls with different architectural and ventilation conditions, namely the Exhibition Hall and Pit No. 1. The morphology and elemental composition of two season samples were investigated using scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry. It is found that the particle size, particle mass concentration, and particle type were associated with the visitor numbers in the Exhibition Hall and with the natural ventilation in Pit No. 1 in both winter and summer. Evident winter and summer changes in the composition and physicochemical properties of the indoor suspended particulate matters were related to the source emission and the meteorological conditions. Particle mass concentrations in both halls were higher in winter than in summer. In winter, the size of the most abundant particles at the three sites were all between 0.5 and 1.0 microm, whereas in summer the peaks were all located at less than 0.5 microm. The fraction of sulfur-containing particles was 2-7 times higher in winter than in summer. In addition to the potential soiling hazard, the formation and deposition of sulfur-containing particles in winter may lead to the chemical and physical weathering of the surfaces of the terra-cotta statues. PMID:22010376

Hu, Tafeng; Cao, Junji; Ho, Kinfai; An, Zhisheng; Lee, Shuncheng; Chow, Judith C; Watson, John G; Li, Hua

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Lactococcus formosensis sp. nov., a lactic acid bacterium isolated from yan-tsai-shin (fermented broccoli stems).  

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A coccal-shaped organism, designated 516(T), was isolated from yan-tsai-shin (fermented broccoli stems), a traditional fermented food in Taiwan. 16S rRNA gene sequencing results showed that strain 516(T) had 98.9?% sequence similarity to that of the type strain Lactococcus garvieae NBRC 100934(T). Comparison of three housekeeping genes, rpoA, rpoB and pheS, revealed that strain 516(T) was well separated from Lactococcus garvieae NBRC 100934(T). DNA-DNA hybridization studies indicated that strain 516(T) had low DNA relatedness with Lactococcus garvieae NBRC 100934(T) (46.1?%). The DNA G+C content of strain 516(T) was 38.1 mol% and the major fatty acids were C16?:?0 (22.7?%), C19?:?0 cyclo ?8c (17.9?%) and summed feature 7 (29.0?%). Based on the evidence, strain 516(T) represents a novel species of the genus Lactococcus, for which the name Lactococcus formosensis sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is 516(T) (?=?NBRC 109475(T)?=?BCRC 80576(T)). PMID:24067730

Chen, Yi-sheng; Otoguro, Misa; Lin, Yu-hsuan; Pan, Shwu-fen; Ji, Si-hua; Yu, Chi-rong; Liou, Min-shiuan; Chang, Yu-chung; Wu, Hui-chung; Yanagida, Fujitoshi

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Effect of traditional Chinese medicine Qin-Dan-Jiang-Ya-Tang on remodeled vascular phenotype and osteopontin in spontaneous hypertensive rats.  

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Qin-Dan-Jiang-Ya-Tang (QDJYT) is a traditional Chinese herbal medicine for the treatment of hypertension. The effect of QDJYT on blood pressure and on vascular remodeling in hypertension was investigated in the model of spontaneous hypertensive rats (SHR). Sixteen SHRs were divided into two groups, the SHR group and the SHR+QDJYT group. Eight WKY rats were a normal control group. QDJYT (750 mg/kg) was orally administered daily for 12 weeks in SHR+QDJYT group. After 12 weeks, thoracic aortas were segregated. Media thickness (MT), lumen diameter (LD), the ratio of MT to LD, the volume fraction of collagen (VFC) in media, the ultrastructure of vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) and the expression of osteopontin (OPN) mRNA were examined by histological staining, transmission electron microscope (TEM), and real-time PCR, respectively. It was observed in our study that MT, MT/LD, VFC and the expression of OPN mRNA were higher in the SHRs than in the WKY rats, volume and numeral density of mitochondria in vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) in media increased obviously. However, in the SHRs treated with QDJYT, we found MT, MT/LD, VFC and the expression of OPN gene were lower than in the SHRs, and the phenotype of VSMCs were close to normal. These results suggest that QDJYT could reverse the vascular remodeling in SHR, and the mechanisms may be related to the suppressive effect of QDJYT on the expression of OPN mRNA in arterial wall. PMID:17110065

Wang, Bo; Zhang, Ji-Dong; Feng, Jian-Bo; Yin, Hui-Qiu; Liu, Fen-Ye; Wang, Ying

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Hemograms and hematozoa of sharp-shinned (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper's hawks (Accipiter cooperii) captured during spring migration in northern New York.  

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Hemograms were determined for 26 Cooper's (Accipiter cooperii) and 55 sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) captured during spring migration (27 March to 12 May 1987) on the south shore of Lake Ontario, New York (USA). No significant differences were noted in packed cell volume and estimated total solids between the species. However, Cooper's hawks had significantly higher total white blood cells counts and higher concentrations of heterophils, monocytes, and eosinophils. Proportionally, lymphocytes made up a smaller percentage of the differential count in the Cooper's hawk. Eosinophil concentrations and percentages of the differential count were significantly higher in the females of both species. Both species had a high prevalence of Leucocytozoon toddi and Haemoproteus spp. infection. Haemoproteus nisi and H. elani were identified in both hawks. Trypanosoma avium was identified in a single Cooper's hawk and Plasmodium circumflexum was identified in a sharp-shinned hawk. Prevalence of Leucocytozoon toddi and Haemoproteus spp. infections were significantly higher in the birds caught late in the spring as compared to those caught earlier in the spring; this was evidence for a spring recrudescence of patent parasite infections. PMID:8583640

Phalen, D N; Taylor, C; Phalen, S W; Bennett, G F

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Danny Shin (101912790) Professor Walter  

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World online, the new virtual world that is the descendant of Facebook. It made me feel better about being away from home for 6 months at a time. I was addicted to the virtual casinos, where you can watch any

Walter, Frederick M.

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Chinese Film Studies Instructor: Liyan Qin  

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: five weeks. 10 classes altogether Grading 20% attendance and participation in class discussions 30% 1 submissions will affect your grade, and need to be pre-arranged with the faculty in advance. Films Shui Hua)125 min Li Yang Blind Shaft 200392 min Feng Xiaogang , Assembly (2007)118 min SCHEDULE (subject to change

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QIN "Radiomics: The Process and the Challenges"  

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Radiomics refers to the extraction and analysis of large amounts of advanced quantitative imaging features with high throughput from medical images obtained with computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Importantly, these data are designed to be extracted from standard-of-care images, leading to a very large potential subject pool. Radiomic data are in a mineable form that can be used to build descriptive and predictive models relating image features to phenotypes or gene-protein signatures. The core hypothesis of radiomics is that these models, which can include biological or medical data, can provide valuable diagnostic, prognostic or predictive information. The radiomics enterprise can be divided into distinct processes, each with its own challenges that need to be overcome: (i) image acquisition and reconstruction (ii) image segmentation and rendering (iii) feature extraction and feature qualification (iv) databases and data sharing for eventual (v) ad hoc informatic analyses. Each of these individual processes poses unique challenges. For example, optimum protocols for image acquisition and reconstruction have to be identified and harmonized. Also, segmentations have to be robust and involve minimal operator input. Features have to be generated that robustly reflect the complexity of the individual volumes, but cannot be overly complex or redundant. Furthermore, informatics databases that allow incorporation of image features and image annotations, along with medical and genetic data have to be generated. Finally, the statistical approaches to analyze these data have to be optimized, as radiomics is not a mature field of study. Each of these processes will be discussed in turn, as well as some of their unique challenges and proposed approaches to solve them. The focus of this article will be on images of non-small cell lung cancer, NSCLC. PMID:22898692

Kumar, Virendra; Gu, Yuhua; Basu, Satrajit; Berglund, Anders; Eschrich, Steven A.; Schabath, Matthew B.; Forster, Kenneth; Aerts, Hugo J.W.L.; Dekker, Andre; Fenstermacher, David; Goldgof, Dmitry B; Hall, Lawrence O; Lambin, Philippe; Balagurunathan, Yoganand; Gatenby, Robert A; Gillies, Robert J

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QIN F2F 2014 Agenda  

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Exploratory: International Forum for Quantitative Imaging (QI) in Cancer Thursday 27th March: Room 2E908 8:00 Welcome by NCI Paula Jacobs, PhD, Associate Director, DCTD Ted Trimble, MD, Director NCI Center for Global health (CGH) or designee Larry

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Luo -C.V. P.1 of 8 Xiaolong Luo, PhD  

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in microfluidics · Assembled biofilm mimics in stratified 3D hydrogels in microfluidics · Directly observed research projects, and (2) development and optimization of the fabrication process of biopolymer membranes

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Comparison of Transient Performance in the Control of Soft Tissue Grasping Xiaolong Yu, Howard Jay Chizeck and Blake Hannaford  

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earlier work). The four candidate controllers are: (1) a well- tuned PID controller; (2) feedback Terms-- Robot-Assisted Surgery, Transient Control, Trajectory Following, Soft Tissue Grasping, PID the control function [1]. It might be useful to have the system incorporate feedback control to improve

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Multi-Scale Link Prediction Donghyuk Shin  

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rapidly. An important problem in social network analysis is proximity estimation that infers the closeness Pre- diction, Social Network Analysis Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part 2012 ACM 978-1-4503-1156-4/12/10 ...$15.00. 1. INTRODUCTION Social network analysis has become

Ghosh, Joydeep

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Temporal Acceleration Joao Carvalho, Taehoon Shin,  

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inconsistency motion artifacts (ghosting) USC Electrical Engineering View-sharing · Also known as: ­ Data) ­ Data inconsistency motion artifacts (ghosting) USC Electrical Engineering UNFOLD · Alternative to view-sharing · Use when: ­ Dynamic region-of-interest ­ Not very dynamic elsewhere · Examples: ­ Cardiac: heart vs

Carvalho, João Luiz

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NASA Aeronautics Research Dr. Jaiwon Shin  

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MANAGEMENT + NASA STRUCTURALANALYSIS (NASTRAN)+ COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) + AIRBORNE WIND SHEAR ENGINE COMBUSTORS + ENGINE NOZZLE CHEVRONS+ DAMAGE-TOLERANT FAN CASING + RUNWAY GROOVES+ WIND TUNNELS #12

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Sang-Ik Shin 7-1 Sang-Ik Shin  

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Modeling; Paleoclimate Modeling Research Experience : CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center & NOAA/ESRL/PSD o on seasonal and longer time scales. o Paleoclimate - Investigations of the role of tropical Pacific SST atmosphere-ocean-sea-ice model (NCAR-CCSM). University of Wisconsin-Madison o Paleoclimate - Ph.D. Research

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Hippocampal Function in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Lisa M. Shin,1,2* Patrick S. Shin,3  

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). For example, Bremner et al. (1993) reported that Vietnam veterans with PTSD exhibited poorer performance Reminding Test than did non-veterans without PTSD. Jenkins et al. (1998) found that rape victims with PTSD and re- duced hippocampal volumes in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The goal of the current

Patel, Aniruddh D.

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Last updated on January 15, 2008 Sungwon Shin  

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EXPERIENCE 06/2006 "Performance curves for Tsunami generation in the Tsunami Wave Basin." NEES project. 02 Protection Project." 10 - 11/2005 "Physical Model Testing of Oooguruk Production Island; Wave Runup

Shin, Sungwon

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Genetic dissection of theta rhythm heterogeneity Jonghan Shin*, Daesoo Kim*  

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Health Science Center, Brooklyn, NY 11203 Edited by Nancy J. Kopell, Boston University, Boston, MA / mice) lack one subset of theta rhythms nor- mally observed during urethane anesthesia, alert immobility paradoxical sleep but do have an atropine-resistant component of theta rhythm. In addition, carbachol

Kim, Daesoo

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A study of shin oak (Quercus havardi) poisoning in cattle  

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s canpesteu live. and slip. . '. gastr -', ;. is. l'ho matuze oak . oliectad tr. e lat, cer nart of'!azy ard d. led was ur;pala'- able, az!d the amount af zaocit nuppets had ! o be limited ir! ar;er to pet, tnem ta eat enough of the oak, The emacra! i... s canpesteu live. and slip. . '. gastr -', ;. is. l'ho matuze oak . oliectad tr. e lat, cer nart of'!azy ard d. led was ur;pala'- able, az!d the amount af zaocit nuppets had ! o be limited ir! ar;er to pet, tnem ta eat enough of the oak, The emacra! i...

Dollahite, James Walton

2012-06-07

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Java Bytecode Modification and Applet Security \\Lambda Insik Shin y  

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. For example, applets may mount denial­of­service attacks, forge email or display misleading information to a specific sites, redirect requests for special Java classes or eliminate tagged advertisements. In Section 2

Mitchell, John C.

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Kousuke Oonuki a,b, Takaaki Tanaka a,b, Shin Watanabe a, Shinichiro Takeda a,b,  

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We have been developing a semiconductor Compton telescope to explore the universe in the energy band from several tens of keV to a few MeV. We use a Si strip and CdTe pixel detector for the Compton telescope to cover an energy range from 60 keV. For energies above several hundred keV, the higher efficiency of CdTe semiconductor in comparison with Si is expected to play an important role as an absorber and a scatterer. In order to demonstrate the spectral and imaging capability of a CdTe-based Compton Telescope, we have developed a Compton telescope consisting of a stack of CdTe pixel detectors as a small scale prototype. With this prototype, we succeeded in reconstructing images and spectra by solving the Compton equation from 122 keV to 662 keV. The energy resolution (FWHM) of reconstructed spectra is 7.3 keV at 511 keV and 3.1 keV at 122 keV, respectively. The angular resolution obtained at 511 keV is measured to be 12.2?(FWHM).

Kazuhiro Nakazawa A; Takefumi Mitani A; Tadayuki Takahashi A; Hiroyasu Tajima C; Yasushi Fukazawa D; Masaharu Nomachi E

2005-01-01

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Formation Sketching: An Approach to Stylize Groups in Crowd Simulation Qin Gu Zhigang Deng  

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collective group formations are often roughly learned from video examples or manually speci- fied via various agent by seamlessly fusing local formation dynamics and global group locomotion. Through a number in various computer games, movies, virtual training, and education applications. In most crowd animation

Azevedo, Ricardo

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Photolithography with transparent reflective photomasks* Dong Qin, Younan Xia, Andrew J. Black, and George M. Whitesidesa)  

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an alternating series of thin films of two dielectric materials with different indices of refraction for the present work was a prepolymer of polydimethylsiloxane PDMS , an elastomer optically transparent down

Prentiss, Mara

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Molecular responses of Jurkat T-cells to 1763 MHz radiofrequency TAI-QIN HUANG1  

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June 2008; accepted 25 June 2008) Abstract Purpose: The biological effects of exposure to mobile phone to radiofrequency (RF) radiation from mobile phones poses a serious risk to public health. In order to determine of mobile phone users continues to expand throughout the world, raising concerns that growing exposure

Zhang, Byoung-Tak

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QIN. Early experiences in establishing a regional quantitative imaging network for PET/CT clinical trials  

PubMed Central

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) is a Pacific Northwest regional network that enables patients from community cancer centers to participate in multicenter oncology clinical trials where patients can receive some trial-related procedures at their local center. Results of positron emission tomography (PET) scans performed at community cancer centers are not currently used in SCCA Network trials since clinical trials customarily accept results from only trial-accredited PET imaging centers located at academic and large hospitals. Oncologists would prefer the option of using standard clinical PET scans from Network sites in multicenter clinical trials to increase accrual of patients for whom additional travel requirements for imaging is a barrier to recruitment. In an effort to increase accrual of rural and other underserved populations to Network trials, researchers and clinicians at the University of Washington, SCCA and its Network are assessing feasibility of using PET scans from all Network sites in their oncology clinical trials. A feasibility study is required because the reproducibility of multicenter PET measurements ranges from approximately 3% to 40% at national academic centers. Early experiences from both national and local PET phantom imaging trials are discussed and next steps are proposed for including patient PET scans from the emerging regional quantitative imaging network in clinical trials. There are feasible methods to determine and characterize PET quantitation errors and improve data quality by either prospective scanner calibration or retrospective post hoc corrections. These methods should be developed and implemented in multicenter clinical trials employing quantitative PET imaging of patients. PMID:22795929

Doot, Robert K.; Thompson, Tove; Greer, Benjamin E.; Allberg, Keith C.; Linden, Hannah M.; Mankoff, David A.; Kinahan, Paul E.

2012-01-01

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Propagation Model of Active Worms in P2P Networks Chaosheng Feng, Zhiguang Qin  

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networks enjoy enormous and ever increasing popularity in real-life deployment. Listed on the website over 2 million users connected at any given time [2], while the number of users of the BitTorrent[3 effective. Because the number of subscribers to a P2P network such as BitTorrent is estimated

Tokarchuk, Laurissa

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Do Electrostatic Interactions Destabilize ProteinNucleic Acid Binding? Sanbo Qin,1  

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published online as an accepted preprint. The ``Published Online'' date corresponds to the preprint version January 2007; revised 13 February 2007; accepted 14 February 2007 Published online 26 February 2007 in their conformations and their interactions with proteins. Nucleic acid binding sites on proteins are known

Weston, Ken

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Software-Defined Cyber-Physical Multinetworks Zhijing Qin, Ngoc Do, Grit Denker, Nalini Venkatasubramanian  

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the information and (d) applications that use the information for diverse purposes. Drawing on examples from cyber and performance. CPS systems are beginning to have an impact on multiple domains that impact our day- to-day life including - intelligent transportation systems (air and ground), smart power grids, structural monitoring

Venkatasubramanian, Nalini

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Stability Analysis of Connected Cruise Control with Stochastic Delays Wubing B. Qin  

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in discrete time, vehicle dynamics still takes place in continuous time. We convert the dynamics to discrete dynamics of vehicles with stochastic delays in the communication channels and evaluate the stability stability results of a two-vehicle system to that of a platoon of vehicles. By analyzing the mean dynamics

Awtar, Shorya

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Stability And Excipient Compatibility Wei-Qin (Tony) Tong, Ph.D.  

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Corporation Geoff G.Z. Zhang, Ph.D. Abbott Integrated Drug Product Development Process (3 day impurity profile physical form moisture content particle size surface area morphology Drug & Excipient drug - pH of aqueous solvents · Acid, base, and water catalyzed reactions, mostly hydrolysis · Leading

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www.cell-research.com | Cell Research Genji Qin et al.  

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. It was reported that autophagy plays essential roles in response to starvation stress. For example, nutrient starvation induces a high level of autophagy and mutations of some ATG genes affect the differentiation

Cai, Long

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[The germination and preliminary formation of science of TCM formula in the pre Qin dynasty].  

PubMed

Shennong tasted hundreds of grasses and found herbs during the legend period. The appearance of prescription should be so early if single drug was regarded as single -- item recipe. However, the explicit records in literature appeared at the end of the Spring and Autumn period and the beginning of the Warring States at the latest, evidenced by the custom of "presenting a recipe" of the Qi states. The medical books of Mawangdui, mainly Wu shi er bing fang (Prescriptions for 52 Kinds of Diseases), recorded the classification of prescriptions based on the sort of diseases, composing, preparation, method of decocting medicinal herbs, contraindication of prescriptions, and the therapeutic methods, compatibility of complex prescriptions and determination of treatment based on the differentiation of syndromes (Zheng), etc. reflected in the recipes, which could represent the primary level of science of TCM formula of the Warring States in China. The classic medical book Nei jing (Internal Canon of Medicine), including denominations, composition, principles of compatibility and rules of clinical application of concrete prescriptions, especially therapies and theories of composed prescription, have great actions on the development of science of TCM formula. PMID:11877113

Zhu, J

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Intermittency of Slow Arm Movements Increases in Distal Direction Ozkan Celik, Student Member, IEEE, Qin Gu,  

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used a 3D motion capture system to record trajectories of fingertip, wrist, elbow and shoulder as five, precision and compliance. Furthermore, the motor control system is immensely flexible, allowing humans

Deng, Zhigang

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QIN: Quantitative Assessment of Dynamic PET Imaging Data in Cancer Imaging  

PubMed Central

Purpose Clinical imaging in PET is often performed using single time point estimates of tracer uptake or static imaging that provides a spatial map of regional tracer concentration. However, dynamic tracer imaging can provide considerably more information about in vivo biology by delineating both the temporal and spatial pattern of tracer uptake. In addition several potential sources of error that occur in static imaging can be mitigated. This review focuses of the application of dynamic PET imaging to measuring regional cancer biologic features and especially in using dynamic PET imaging for quantitative therapeutic response monitoring in cancer clinical trials. Dynamic PET imaging output parameters, particularly transport (flow) and overall metabolic rate, have provided imaging endpoints for clinical trials at single center institutions for years. However dynamic imaging poses many challenges for multi-center clinical trial implementations from cross-center calibration to the inadequacy of a common informatics infrastructure. Underlying principles and methodology of PET dynamic imaging are first reviewed, followed by an examination of current approaches to dynamic PET image analysis with a specific case example of dynamic FLT imaging to illustrate the approach. PMID:22819579

Muzi, Mark; O'Sullivan, Finbarr; Mankoff, David; Doot, Robert; Pierce, Larry; Kurland, Brenda; Linden, Hannah; Kinahan, Paul

2012-01-01

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What is the fate of runaway positrons in tokamaks? Hong Qin,1,2,a)  

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for Advanced Fusion Energy and Plasma Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui is typically above 10 MeV, most of their "children" positrons are born relativistic and can be acceler- ated

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A Toolset for Design By Contract For Java Jing Wang, Lizhang Qin, Naveen Vemuri, Xiaoping Jia  

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are transformed into explicit requirements that must be satisfied. The three key elements of DBC are method several major features that make it different from other similar tools: 1) It is based on the newest

Jia, Xiaoping

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A Stacked CdTe Pixel Detector For a Compton Camera Kousuke Oonuki ab ? , Takaaki Tanaka ab, Shin Watanabe a, Shinichiro Takeda ab, Kazuhiro Nakazawa a,  

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We are developing a semiconductor Compton telescope to explore the universe in the energy band from several ten keV to a few MeV. A detector material of combined Si strip and CdTe pixel is used to cover the energy range around 60 keV. For energies above several hundred keV, in constrast, the higher detection efficiency of CdTe semiconductor in comparison with Si is expected to play an important role as both an absorber and a scatterer. In order to demonstrate the spectral and imaging capability of a CdTe-based Compton camera, we developed a Compton telescope consisting of a stack of CdTe pixel detectors as a small scale prototype. With this prototype, we succeeded in reconstructing images and spectra by solving the Compton kinematics within the energy band from 122 keV to 662 keV. The energy resolution (FWHM) of reconstructed spectra is 7.3 keV at 511 keV. The angular resolution obtained at 511 keV is measured to be 12.2?(FWHM). 1.

Masayoshi Ushio Ab; Takefumi Mitani Ab; Tadayuki Takahashi Ab; Hiroyasu Tajima C

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A CONVERGENT METHOD FOR LINEAR HALF-SPACE KINETIC EQUATIONS QIN LI, JIANFENG LU, AND WEIRAN SUN  

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. Typical examples are V = [-1, 1] or V = S2 (with u = 0) for neutron transport equations, V = R3 (with of species and dv is the usual Lebesgue measure for Rd or the rotation-invariant measure on Sd-1 . The linear in a region. It is also common in transport phenomenon where the background medium has different scattering

Lathrop, Daniel P.

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Haptic Sculpting of Dynamic Surfaces Frank Dachille IX, Hong Qin, Arie Kaufman, and Jihad El-Sanay  

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-aided geometric design (CAGD), scientific visualization, medical imaging, and vir- tual environments. During potential in computer-integrated design and manufac- turing, haptic interface, interactive graphics, medical Graph- ics]: Virtual reality; I.3.7 [Computer Graphics]: Animation; 1 INTRODUCTION Free-form surface

Qin, Hong

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Single-Crystalline LaB6 Nanowires Han Zhang, Qi Zhang, Jie Tang,, and Lu-Chang Qin*,,  

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) is widely used in modern technol- ogy as an excellent thermionic electron emission source which offers high revealed that, compared to the LaB6 thermionic electron emitters, a brightness of at least 2 orders tungsten sharp tips. For a LaB6 thermionic electron emitter, a smaller emitter tip diameter results

Qin, Lu-Chang

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E diesel On-Farm Written by: Al Hansen, Robert Hornbaker , Qin Zhang, John Reid, and Loren Bode  

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to that with standard diesel fuel. (d) Determine if E diesel is suitable for on-farm use without engine modification. (e for engine specifications) were identified for evaluation of E diesel on Bloomingdale Farms, in a similar, with the other combine engine running on standard #2 diesel. Both combines were fitted with Greenstar yield

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Self-powered nanowire devices Sheng Xu, Yong Qin, Chen Xu, Yaguang Wei, Rusen Yang and Zhong Lin Wang*  

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daily life, taking the form of sonic waves, mechanical vibrations and impacts, air flow, friction, hydraulic and ocean waves, all available around the clock. ZnO nanowires are unique in their suitability by an ultrasonic wave9 . The contact between the top elec- trode and the nanowires switches instantaneously

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The heart of China revisited, I. Proterozoic tectonics of the Qin mountains in the core of supercontinent Rodinia  

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The Qinling-Dabie orogenic collage, central China, constitutes the geographic, geologic, and cultural heart of China; it plays a key role in understanding the amalgamation and breakup of the Rodinia supercontinent and the subduction and exhumation of continental crust under ultrahigh-pressure conditions. Herein, we investigate the Proterozoic evolution of the Qinling-Dabie orogenic collage and surrounding segments of the bounding South China craton (SCC) and North China craton (NCC), employing published and new U/Th-Pb geochronology. The Kongling, Hong'an-Dabie, and Douling-Foping complexes constitute the nucleus of the Yangtze block, recording a common ~2.0 Ga orogenic event that integrated the Yangtze block into the supercontinent Columbia. The ~1.10-0.95 Ga Miaowan "ophiolite"-Shennongjia arc association of the Huangling dome-Shennongjia massif seems to have split and reassembled that nucleus. It formed earlier than or contemporaneously with the Sibao orogeny along the southeastern margin of the Yangtze block. The ~0.95-0.80 Ga Mian-Lue complex comprises an oceanic accretionary wedge that formed outboard of an associated fore-arc-arc system represented by the Bikou-Hannan-Micangshan massifs along the north(western) margin of the Yangtze block. The Qinling complex, currently sandwiched between the SCC and NCC, lacks pre-Mesoproterozoic cratonal basement, and its igneous rocks intruded a ~1.7-1.0 Ga old clastic wedge that incorporates meta-basites; it might have been part of the extended passive margin of East Antarctica and/or Australia. Neoproterozoic Qinling-complex magmatism spanned ~260 Myr and evolved from partial melting of the thick clastic sequence over an arc to a rift setting; most Qinling-complex paragneisses are erosional products of these igneous rocks. The ~1.0-0.85 Ga Qinling-complex magmatism formed independently from that along the north(west)ern Yangtze-block margin, but its ~0.8-0.7 Ga magmatism, peaking at ~750 Ma, is widespread throughout the Yangtze block; this suggests post- ~ 825 Ma accretion of the Qinling complex to the Yangtze block. The Daba and Wudang Shan, Douling, and Hong'an-Dabie areas of the northern Yangtze block are dominated by ~0.8-0.6 Ga bimodal continental-rift igneous rocks; in accordance with similar ages in the Qinling complex and the entire SCC, continental rifting appears to have been most active at ~750 Ma. Our Rodinia scenario suggests that the Qinling-Dabie orogenic collage records the final stages of the assemblage of the core of Rodinia, and this was completed not earlier than ~825 Ma, and its breakup, which was most active at ~750 Ma.

Bader, Thomas; Ratschbacher, Lothar; Franz, Leander; Yang, Zhao; Hofmann, Mandy; Linnemann, Ulf; Yuan, Honglin

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[The TCM physiological viewpoints in the Pre-Qin dynasty as interpreted from the medical texts from Mawangdui].  

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There were great developments about the TCM since the last years of Warring States. The physiological viewpoints were focused on vessel (channel), zang-fu viscera and various structures of the body. Although there were divergences between medical texts and contents because of different viewpoints. It promoted medical experiences and knowledge fast and the characteristic faced more appears. Deep and extensive exploration about these physiological programs enabled relevant knowledge correlating one another, and the holistic body concepts of the Chinese medicine takes shape gradually. Because of various kinds of life-related knowledge gradually become enriched and complicated, the experiences turned into notions and theories, the focus of medical research was changed from "from outside to inside" to "from outside inside". At the same time, the originally exploratory process and the knowledge about the human body gradually tended to be the data--modular, systematical knowledge-network, and became more conveniently operated. PMID:19127852

Lin, Po-Hsin; Li, Jian-Min; Lin, Zhao-Geng

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ORCA: An Offloading Framework for I/O-Intensive Applications on Clusters Ji Zhang, Xunfei Jiang, Yun Tian, Xiao Qin  

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ORCA: An Offloading Framework for I/O-Intensive Applications on Clusters Ji Zhang, Xunfei Jiang-0046 mqiu@engr.uky.edu Abstract--This paper presents an offloading framework - ORCA - to map I/O-bound modules to computing nodes and active storage nodes, respectively. From developer's perspective, ORCA

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Is Hefting to Perceive the Affordance for Throwing a Smart Perceptual Qin Zhu and Geoffrey P. Bingham  

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to simulate projectile motion and recover release velocities. The results showed that only weight, not size of projectile motion, the results imply that the affordance is learned from knowledge of results of throwing Schenau, & Kemper, 1985). The energy of a throw is developed in the slower motions of the more massive

Bingham, Geoffrey P.

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Verzi/Shin et al., 2012 Intestinal master transcription factor CDX2 controls chromatin1  

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(USA); 3 Department of10 Genetics, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, whereas CDX2 depletion modified chromatin significantly at CDX2-bound40 enhancers, disrupted HNF4A-permissive chromatin, illustrating a powerful and dominant effect42 on enhancer configuration in an adult tissue

Liu, Xiaole Shirley

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Trends Toward On-Chip Networked Microsystems Timothy Mark Pinkston (Senior Member, IEEE) and Jeonghee Shin  

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paper identifies some trends in the application, implementation technology, and processor architec- ture- tion network. We first consider some trends in the areas of applications, implementation technology1 Trends Toward On-Chip Networked Microsystems Timothy Mark Pinkston (Senior Member, IEEE

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Ecology, control, and management of shin oak on the Edwards Plateau  

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communities of Mohr shinoak, redberry juniper with sotol, lechuguilla, and sacahuiste. Desert willow (Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) DC) and river walnut (Juglans rupestris Engelm.) grow along stream beds throughout the area. Ashe juniper and redberry juniper... communities of Mohr shinoak, redberry juniper with sotol, lechuguilla, and sacahuiste. Desert willow (Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) DC) and river walnut (Juglans rupestris Engelm.) grow along stream beds throughout the area. Ashe juniper and redberry juniper...

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Stimulators of translation identified during a small molecule screening Unkyung Shin a  

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-throughput screens (HTSs)1 have been the mainstay of drug discovery programs, chemical biology efforts, and RNAY6, Canada b Departments of Chemistry and Earth, Ocean, & Atmospheric Sciences, University

Vajda, Sandor

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Curing temperature effects on liquid crystal gels Fang Du and Shin-Tson Wua)  

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slow down the polymerization rate7 and create larger dispersion of polymer and LC.8 The coarser polymer protection.4 Different from polymer dispersed liquid crystals5 in which polymer matrix is optically isotropic. On the other hand, the normal- mode gel is polymerized with a bias voltage.6 It scatters light in the voltage

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Design Constraints for Liquid-Protected Divertors S. Shin, S. I. Abdel-Khalik  

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, and the ARIES Team G. W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA has been focused on "non-flowing" thin liquid films similar to those formed on the surface of porous

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Variable-focus liquid lens by changing aperture Hongwen Ren and Shin-Tson Wua  

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of an elastic membrane, a solid plate, and an annular sealing ring; a liquid with a fixed volume stored in lens the periphery of the elastic membrane parallel to that of the planar substrate during the distance change- lers. A lever actuator is used to control the movement of the rotatable impellers and impart

Wu, Shin-Tson

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A Study of the Performance of SSL on PDAs Youngsang Shin  

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and open Wi-Fi en- vironments. Unlike previous studies [1], [2], the measurements are at sub pervade our society today. They typically come equipped with a Wi-Fi or cellular network connection used to secure many Wi-Fi communications at the data link layer, despite its known vulnerabilities [4

Gupta, Minaxi

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Quasicircuit Switching and Quasicircuit ChengShang Chang and DuanShin Lee  

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There are two fundamental approaches towards building core networks: circuit switching and packet switching hand, as there is no resource reservation in packet­switched networks, resources could be used more efficiently in packet­switched networks. However, it is much more difficult to provide QoS in packet­switched

Chang, Cheng-Shang

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FMCW Radar with enhanced frequency estimation# Dong-hun Shin 1  

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the distance. In addition, radiated wave has path loss depending on the distance when propagating in free space. The path loss is inversely proportional to the square of wavelength and proportional to the square noise and compensate the path loss. It has difference gain depending on the frequency. Characteristic

Park, Seong-Ook

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Design of X-Band FMCW Short Range Radar Dong-hun Shin*  

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, radiated signal has path loss depending on the distance in free space. The path loss is inversely and compensate the path-loss. Range resolution is 25cm and measurement data has less than 17cm error. Keywords

Park, Seong-Ook

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Security Analysis of Password-Authenticated Key SeongHan Shin and Kazukuni Kobara  

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of messages with at least one other party (say, server) that has a private key associated with the password a network from different locations in order to retrieve his/her static keys (e.g., for temporal use of PKIProxy was proposed in [6]. Also, two different approaches (called, virtual soft token and virtual smartcard) have

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Parametric Poisson Process Imaging Dongeek Shin, Ahmed Kirmani, Andrea Colaco, and Vivek K Goyal  

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denoising algorithms. B. Related Work Algorithmic: Image acquisition at low-light levels is chal- lenging due to the signal dependent nature of the noise. Denoising of low-light images captured by SPAD in low-light scenarios. We consider the use of raster-scanned illumination and detection of light

Goyal, Vivek K

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COMPUTATIONAL 3D AND REFLECTIVITY IMAGING WITH HIGH PHOTON EFFICIENCY Dongeek Shin  

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Capturing depth and reflectivity images at low light levels from active illumination of a scene has wide imaging, low light-level imaging, time-of-flight, Poisson noise, convex optimization 1. INTRODUCTION of strong background light demonstrate that our computational imager is able to accurately recover scene

Goyal, Vivek K

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Extreme ultraviolet photoionization of aldoses and ketoses Joong-Won Shin a,c  

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, and ketoses, while also gener- ating same ions as aldoses, yields additional features. Extensive fragmentation freedom. These interactions often play significant roles in their photodissociation pathways

Rocca, Jorge J.

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Extreme Rainfall Events in the Hawaiian Islands PAO-SHIN CHU  

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, with many homes damaged. Damage estimates reached about U.S. $88 million. In late October 2004, the upper of damage for this flood are over US $80 million for UH alone. Heavy rainfall and flooding have also been Heavy rainfall and the associated floods occur frequently in the Hawaiian Islands and have caused huge

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This article was downloaded by:[Wu, Shin-Tson] On: 31 December 2007  

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that the contents will be complete or accurate or up to date. The accuracy of any instructions, formulae and drug be used as a dopant to enhance the figure-of-merit of commercial mixtures for display applications. We can in proportion to the longer IR wavelengths. Another key performance parameter of IR applica- tions

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Conficker and Beyond: A Large-Scale Empirical Study Seungwon Shin  

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detect most bots, these reputation-based approaches did rel- atively poorly for Conficker. This raised- alyzing the network telescope data [2] or DNS sinkhole data [13] to reveal the propagation pattern

Gu, Guofei

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A Toy Clinic Shop: Innovation Management in a Shin-Tai Elementary School  

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In Taiwan there is a declining birth rate and a dramatic increase in the elderly population. There is also the trend of using school space that would otherwise be left unused. The experimental project "Toy Clinic Shop in Elementary School" offers an innovative management model for elementary schools to address these developments. The following are

Hong, Jon-Chao; Hwang, Ming-Yueh; Liang, Hwey-Wen; Chang, Hsin-Wu

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APCOM & ISCM December, 2013, Singapore  

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, 1996; Feng et al., 2003; 2004; Bonnet, 2007; Nemat-Nasser and Hori, 1999; Qin and Yang, 2009; To et al, 2006; Kaminski, 1999; Michel et al., 1999; Qin, 2004; Yang and Qin, 2003; 2004; Wang and Qin, 2011a. Yang and Qin (2003) studied the effect of fiber bundling on the effective transverse properties

Qin, Qinghua

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SLAC-PUB-11492 astro-ph/0509486 Results of a Si/CdTe Compton Telescope Kousuke Oonuki a,b, Takaaki Tanaka a,b, Shin Watanabe a, Shinichiro Takeda a,b,  

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We have been developing a semiconductor Compton telescope to explore the universe in the energy band from several tens of keV to a few MeV. We use a Si strip and CdTe pixel detector for the Compton telescope to cover an energy range from 60 keV. For energies above several hundred keV, the higher efficiency of CdTe semiconductor in comparison with Si is expected to play an important role as an absorber and a scatterer. In order to demonstrate the spectral and imaging capability of a CdTe-based Compton Telescope, we have developed a Compton telescope consisting of a stack of CdTe pixel detectors as a small scale prototype. With this prototype, we succeeded in reconstructing images and spectra by solving the Compton equation from 122 keV to 662 keV. The energy resolution (FWHM) of reconstructed spectra is 7.3 keV at 511 keV and 3.1 keV at 122 keV, respectively. The angular resolution obtained at 511 keV is measured to be 12.2?(FWHM).

Kazuhiro Nakazawa A; Takefumi Mitani A; Tadayuki Takahashi A; Hiroyasu Tajima C; Yasushi Fukazawa D; Masaharu Nomachi E

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Humeral stress edema: an injury in overhead athletes quarterback with humeral "shin" splints-a case report.  

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Stress injury to the distal humerus has been reported as a cause of chronic arm pain among competitive tennis players. As the serve is technically similar to an overhead throwing motion, it is conceivable that this injury could occur in other overhead athletes. Overuse injuries, including rotator cuff tears, ulnar collateral ligament injuries, and joint sprains have routinely been reported in quarterbacks, but there are few reported cases of upper extremity bony stress injuries in these athletes. Magnetic resonance imaging aids in the diagnostic evaluation of an upper extremity injury as it can identify numerous structural injuries and early stress changes within bone. Accurately diagnosing stress reactions helps prevent progression toward stress fracture, which is possible if conservative measures are initiated early in the rehabilitation period. In this article, we report the case of an elite college quarterback who presented with localized elbow pain while throwing. PMID:24378406

Alpert, Justin; Flannery, Robert; Epstein, Robert; Monaco, Robert; Prendergast, Nancy

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Wirelessly-Powered Wireless Sensor Platform T. Paing, J. Morroni, A. Dolgov, J. Shin, J. Brannan, R. Zane, Z. Popovic  

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platform does not require battery replacements, and is intended for low- maintenance assistive technology platform. In the remainder of the paper, the separate block diagrams from Fig.1 are first detailed, followed by results for the entire integrated wireless sensor. This sensor does not require battery

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PDLC-based VOA with a small polarization dependent loss Kuan Ming Chen, Hongwen Ren, Shin Tson Wu *  

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by capillary action. The inner surfaces of the glass substrates were coated with ITO (indium tin oxide the regularly prepared one, although the dy- namic range is slightly reduced. Detailed cell fabrication

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Electrically tunable liquid-crystal photonic crystal fiber Fang Du, Yan-Qing Lu, and Shin-Tson Wua)  

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an electrically tunable fiber-optical switch with over 30 dB attenuation at 60 Vrms for a He-Ne laser beam. In addition, the fiber transmittance is dependent on the input laser polarization in the intermediate voltage not guide other wavelengths. Figure 1(b) shows the charge coupled device (CCD) camera picture of the fiber

Wu, Shin-Tson

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A TEAM PERFORMANCE DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM Stephanie Guerlain, Thomas Shin, Hui Guo, Reid Adams and J. Forrest Calland  

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an anesthesia simulator, with the role of the surgeon played by whatever surrogate individual is available Anesthesia Attending (AA) Directs AR Anesthesia Resident (AR) Performs anesthesia duties Scrub Nurse (SN

Virginia, University of

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Dielectric heating effects of dual-frequency liquid crystals Chien-Hui Wen and Shin-Tson Wua  

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- sured temperature represents the average temperature of the sample cell, not the actual temperature is developed to monitor the temperature rise of dual-frequency liquid crystals DFLCs due to the dielectric heating effect. This method allows us to determine the temperature change accurately without using

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Math is a Discipline to Explain Knowledge in the Simplest Ways Dr. Mu,Shin-Cheng AssistantResearch Fellow  

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to choose this as your research field? Is there any scientist that you look up to? After becoming a computer to manufacture Apple II clones for survival before switching to the production of PC clones later on. My parents programs on Macintosh computer. Several years later, there emerged a computer craze in Taiwan and parents

Wang, Hsin-Min

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STUDYING COMMUNICATIONPATTERNS DURING SURGERY Beth Turrentine,J. Forrest Calland, Reid Adam, Thomas Shin and Stephanie Guerlain  

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, and Endsley, 2001) and (Cannon-Bowers and Salas, 1998)for a thorough overview of these issues. Relatively few performed fromboth live and post-hoc review of 48 surgery cases at an academic medical center. Team performance in the operating room is relatively understudied and non-standardized compared to other high

Virginia, University of

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Charge density wave formation in R2Te5 (R=Nd, Sm, and Gd) K. Y. Shin,1  

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, to a large extent, these wave vectors are separately associated with sheets of the Fermi surface which on single and double Te layers, respectively, separated by RTe block layers. Their electronic structure to the lanthanide contraction.7,8 In contrast, the maximum in q for the related single layer compounds RTe2 R

Fisher, Ian

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Erbium in oxygen-doped silicon: Optical excitation G. N. van den Hoven, Jung H. Shin, and A. Polman  

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pus.The classes are attributed to E? in Si-rich and in O-rich environments. Photoluminescence?' luminescence can be obtained in pure (float-zone grown, PZ) Si. Er-doped Czochralski-grown (Cz) Si shows-structure (EX- APS) measurements reveal a local 4-&fold coordination of 0 around Er in Cz Si." A similar

Polman, Albert

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Prevalence of depigmentation of the shins: a simple and cheap way to screen for severe endemic onchocerciasis in Africa.  

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The prevalence of skin depigmentation in the pretibial region is closely correlated in the adult Congolese population with conventional indices (microfilarial index, mean microfilarial density, cyst index) for the evaluation of endemic onchocerciasis. Individuals over 15 years of age in endemic villages who had a microfilarial index of 80-90%, had a cystic index of 60-70% and a pretibial depigmentation index about 20% (30-40% for individuals aged > 50 years). Thus, in Africa, this new evaluation index offers a simple, noninvasive, quick and cheap way to identify areas where the level of endemic onchocerciasis is probably high and which are likely to benefit from an anti-onchocerciasis campaign. PMID:8313492

Carme, B; Ntsoumou-Madzou, V; Samba, Y; Yebakima, A

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A Hybrid Sensor System for Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Yun Xiang, Ricardo Piedrahita, Robert P. Dick, Michael Hannigan, Qin Lv, Li Shang  

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A Hybrid Sensor System for Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Yun Xiang, Ricardo Piedrahita, Robert P.shang}@colorado.edu Abstract--Indoor air quality is important. It influences human productivity and health. Personal pollution air quality strongly influences the well-being of individuals. People spend more that 90

Dick, Robert

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Thermionic emission and work function of multiwalled carbon nanotube yarns Peng Liu, Yang Wei, Kaili Jiang,* Qin Sun, Xiaobo Zhang, and Shoushan Fan  

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Thermionic emission and work function of multiwalled carbon nanotube yarns Peng Liu, Yang Wei; revised manuscript received 21 April 2006; published 15 June 2006 Thermionic emission from multiwalled carbon nanotubes MWNTs was investigated by using MWNT yarns. The work function of MWNT and thermionic

Wang, Yayu

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Written by: Al Hansen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Also written by: Robert Hornbaker, Qin Zhang, John Reid, Loren Bode  

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to that with standard diesel fuel. 4. Determine if E Diesel is suitable for on-farm use without engine modification. 5WD tractor Rated power (gross engine power) 316 kW (425 hp) xE Diesel On-Farm Evaluation Project recordings of fuel flow, engine speed and true tractor speed for the E Diesel tractor during one day

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THE ISL RT04 MANDARIN BROADCAST NEWS EVALUATION SYSTEM Hua Yu, Yik-Cheung Tam, Thomas Schaaf, Sebastian Stuker, Qin Jin, Mohamed Noamany, Tanja Scultz  

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. In addition to the typ- ical anchor speech, there is also music, phone interviews, foreign language, to name-syllable-based models adaptation cross 4gram rescoring speech segmenter ID clustering music rejection language speech then discuss parti- tioning, which includes segmentation, music/language clas- sification and clustering. Next

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Written by Dr. Nan Qin 5/31/2012 10:49:31 AM Protocol-Chemical modification of solid state nanopore (SSN)  

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distilled (DD) water, and pipette dry. The SSN was then oxidized in heated piranha solution (1:3 H2O2:H2SO4 min). Transfer the chip(s) to a small Büchner Flask (vacuum flask) which is connected to N2. Purge N2 one of his graduate students at least one hour ahead of time, since anhydrous toluene distillation

Movileanu, Liviu

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High-Sensitivity Humidity Sensor Based on a Single SnO2 Nanowire Qin Kuang,. Changshi Lao, Zhong Lin Wang,*, Zhaoxiong Xie,*, and Lansun Zheng  

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and various chemical and biological nanosensors.3,4 Well-known humidity control is very important for many to tens of micrometers. Low-magnification TEM image (upper inset of Figure 1a) and corresponding EDS

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Published by AMSS Press, Wuhan, China. DOI: 10.1007/s10338-004-0439-2 Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica, Vol. 17, No. 4, December, 2004 ISSN 0894-9166  

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FOR MULTILAYER PIEZOELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT ACTUATOR Qiu Wei1 Kang Yilan1 Sun Qingchi2 Qin Qinghua1 Lin Yu1 (1 bimaterials. Yang and Suo[3] then discussed the stress concentration and electric field distribution in a piezoelectric bimaterial. More recently, Qin[9] , Qin and Mai[10] , Qin and Yu[11] and Yu et al.[1

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By Keith J. Winstein NEWS EDITOR  

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. Brassard, said. The Shin family alleges that MIT Medical mental health doctors Linda L. Cunningham, Peter an adequate standard of care, ultimately leading to Shin's suicide in April 2000. "What it means legal suffi- ciency," said Shin family attorney David A. DeLuca. Shins have `sufficient evidence

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Multiscale traveling: crossing the boundary between space  

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Multiscale traveling: crossing the boundary between space and scale Xiaolong (Luke multiscale traveling techniques. Our results show that while allowing a flexible control on travel speed and accuracy is beneficial, directly traversing the space-scale could be a challenge for users, probably due

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Multiscale traveling: crossing the boundary between space  

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Multiscale traveling: crossing the boundary between space and scale Xiaolong (Luke potential to support user interactions. This paper reports an experimental study of two multiscale traveling techniques. Our results show that while allowing a flexible control on travel speed and accuracy

Zhang, Xiaolong "Luke"

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Ultraefficient control of light transmission through photonic potential barrier modulation  

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Ultraefficient control of light transmission through photonic potential barrier modulation Xiaolong of light transmis- sion. In this Letter, we present a dynamic control mechanism based on photonic bandgap principle of the photonic band modulation: (a) ON state with light passing through the active region (Media

Chen, Ray

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Graduate Research Assistant Jennifer Hyland  

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Introduction Engineers routinely use computer-based simulation and analy- sis models to support design decision: A Study of Novice and Expert Users1 Thanks to recent advances in computing power and speed, engineers can Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 e-mail: tws8@psu.edu Xiaolong (Luke

Giles, C. Lee

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Automatic classification of auroral images in substorm studies  

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, X. Qin, and Y.-H. Yang Abstract: Millions of auroral images are captured every year by ground, Canada. X. Qin and Y.-H. Yang. Department of Computing Science, Uni- versity of Alberta, Alberta, Canada

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Houston Journal of Mathematics c 2012 University of Houston  

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COMPLETIONS OF LATTICES JOHN HARDING AND QIN YANG Communicated by Klaus Kaiser Abstract. A variety of lattices of lattices. 685 #12;686 JOHN HARDING AND QIN YANG when a variety of such algebras is closed under various

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UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Student Report An Investigation into Induction Stovetops versus Gas Stovetops  

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into Induction Stovetops versus Gas Stovetops Lei Qin Meng Wang Zhong Zheng Meng Yang University of British: Akram Alfantazi Submitted: April 1, 2011 Lei Qin Meng Wang Zhong Zheng Meng Yang #12;2 Abstract Although

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BIOMEDICINE, VOL. 14, NO. 4, JULY 2010 1053 Fast Katsevich Algorithm Based on GPU for Helical  

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, IEEE, Shouping Zhu, Chenghu Qin, Member, IEEE, Yakang Dai, Fei Yang, Di Dong, and Ping Wu Abstract Education Commission under Grant KZ200910005005. G. Yan, S. Zhu, C. Qin, Y. Dai, F. Yang, D. Dong, and P. Wu

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Curriculum Vitae for Hanzhi Lin Last modified: 3rd  

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and Analysis on Early Development of Green Tide in Yellow Sea. Advisors: Prof. Song Qin (Institute. Jiang, Z. Liu, W. Wei, H. Lin, F. Li, J. Wang and S. Qin (accepted). The Yellow Sea green tides from

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Surface Display of Organophosphorus Hydrolase on Saccharomyces cereWisiae Katsumi Takayama,*, Shin-ichiro Suye, Kouichi Kuroda, Mitsuyoshi Ueda, Tetsuya Kitaguchi,  

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agricultural food products. The growing public concern about their safety and the widespread use of OPs, and OPH-modified potentiometric enzyme electrodes have been developed (10). The use of whole cells has that express the OPH gene on the surface were genetically engineered. Both the Lpp-OmpA (12, 13) and INPNC

Chen, Wilfred

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LoadSensitive Routing of LongLived IP Flows Anees Shaikh y , Jennifer Rexford z , and Kang G. Shin y  

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Load­Sensitive Routing of Long­Lived IP Flows Anees Shaikh y , Jennifer Rexford z , and Kang G in the routing protocol, route stability is considerably improved. Through simulation experiments us­ ing a one­week

Shaikh, Anees

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Linear to axial or radial polarization conversion using a liquid crystal gel Hongwen Ren, Yi-Hsin Lin, and Shin-Tson Wua  

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function as a phase modulator or tunable focus lens for a radially polarized laser beam.3 Liquid crystal LCLinear to axial or radial polarization conversion using a liquid crystal gel Hongwen Ren, Yi substrate is not buffed, the radial-type LC gel is formed which can convert linearly polarized light

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Shin energy gijutsu kaihatsu kankei data shu sakusei chosa (taiyoko hatsuden). (Survey for making a data book related to new energy technical development (Examples of solar cells)).  

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The paper aggregately collects, systematizes data on the photovoltaic power generation system and prepares a data book related to the photovoltaic power generation. Fields and subjects for data collection include: a listing of photovoltaic power generatio...

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Tunable Fresnel lens using nanoscale polymer-dispersed liquid crystals Hongwen Ren, Yun-Hsing Fan, and Shin-Tson Wua)  

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, polarization independent, and fast switching speed, although the required operating voltage is relatively high lens is a criti- cal component for optical information processing, optical in- terconnection, beam demonstrated a tunable electronic lens using a gradient refractive index nanoscale polymer-dispersed liquid

Wu, Shin-Tson

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THE RATE TOOL: MULTIMEDIA OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS OF TEAMS Stephanie Guerlain, Thomas Shin, Hui Guo, Reid Adams, M.D. and J. Forrest Calland, M.D.  

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in a fraction of time it takes to navigate analogue video. Any time-stamped event can be "double clicked cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal), which allow us to record and score cases in real time. The RATE tool

Virginia, University of

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Dual-frequency liquid crystal gels with submillisecond response time Yun-Hsing Fan, Hongwen Ren, Xiao Liang, Yi-Hsin Lin, and Shin-Tson Wua)  

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when a high frequency voltage is applied. The isotropic gel exhibits a high contrast ratioDual-frequency liquid crystal gels with submillisecond response time Yun-Hsing Fan, Hongwen Ren Florida, Orlando, Florida 32816 (Received 25 May 2004; accepted 27 July 2004) Two types of gels using dual-frequency

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Cashing in on the Cache in the Cloud Hyuck Han, Young Choon Lee, Member, IEEE, Woong Shin, Hyungsoo Jung, Heon Y. Yeom, Member, IEEE, and  

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. Applications that involve heavy I/O activities, which are common in the cloud, probably benefit the most from to a small set of uniform and coarse-grained service offerings, such as High-Memory and High-CPU in Amazon EC servers) built and validated on the actual system; and practical benefits of CaaS for both users

Yeom, Heon Young

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Image Metamorphosis Using Snakes and FreeForm Deformations SeungYong Lee y , KyungYong Chwa, Sung Yong Shin  

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Image Metamorphosis Using Snakes and Free­Form Deformations Seung­Yong Lee y , Kyung­Yong Chwa transition functions to control geometry and color blending. Keywords: Image metamorphosis, morphing, snakes, multilevel free­form deformation, multilevel B­spline interpolation. 1. Introduction Image metamorphosis

Wolberg, George

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Development of a bond-valence molecular-dynamics model for complex oxides Young-Han Shin, Valentino R. Cooper, Ilya Grinberg, and Andrew M. Rappe*  

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, and the energy of 180° domain walls. The success of this simple and physically motivated model makes and covalent bonding. The development of a specific variant of this model for ferroelectric PbTiO3 PT and with experimental data. Bond-valence molecular dynamics BVMD simulations for PT show a ferroelectric transition

Rappe, Andrew M.

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Capacitorless DRAM Cell with Highly Scalable Surrounding Gate Structure Hoon Jeong, Yeun Seung Lee, Sangwoo Kang, Il Han Park, Woo Young Choi, Hyungcheol Shin,  

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[1]. The mainstream 1T DRAM cell is a floating body transistor cell (FBC) which consists of a MOSFET with its body floating electrically. The FBC is implemented by a MOSFET formed on partially depleted silicon-on-insulator (PD-SOI).[2,3] Because the floating body is used as a storage node, the FBC does

Lee, Jong Duk

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Extremely long hard bursts observed by V. Pal'shin*, R. Aptekar*, D. Frederiks*, S. Golenetskii*, V. Il'inskii*, E.  

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, 5-10-1, Fuchinohe, Sagamihara 229-8558 "Department of Physical Sciences, School of Science and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA ^^Department of Physics, The Catholic © 2008 American Institute of Pliysics 978-0-7354-0533-2/08/$23.00 117 Downloaded 10 Mar 2011 to 128

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Anchoring energy and cell gap effects on liquid crystal response time Xiangyi Nie, Ruibo Lu, Haiqing Xianyu, Thomas X. Wu, and Shin-Tson Wua  

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Anchoring energy and cell gap effects on liquid crystal response time Xiangyi Nie, Ruibo Lu 2007 The anchoring energy and cell gap effects on liquid crystal response time 0 is analyzed relatively weak anchoring energy, such as LC cells with multidomain vertical alignment MVA

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Hepatoprotective Pyrrole Derivatives of Lycium chinense Fruits Young-Won Chin, Song Won Lim, Seok-Ho Kim, Dong-Yun Shin, Young-Ger Suh,  

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Hepatoprotective Pyrrole Derivatives of Lycium chinense Fruits Young-Won Chin, Song Won Lim, Seok for hepatoprotective compounds from Lycium chinense fruits, three new pyrrole derivatives (1�3) were isolated and structure�activity relationship, and compounds 1 and 2 showed hepatoprotective effects comparable to silybin

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Adaptive Transmit Power Control in IEEE 802.11aWirelessLANs Daji Qiao+ Sunghyun Choi' Amit Jainf Kang G. Shin+  

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-related but more difficult problem: how to apply TPC to save energy under the DCF? The WLAN architecture we-to-station) transmissions is usually not a critical issue. We are more concerned about energy savings at battery, more energy is consumed eventually. Recognizing the above "hidden nodes" problem under the DCF, we

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Determination of the Superfluid Gap in Atomic Fermi Gases by Quasiparticle Spectroscopy Andre Schirotzek, Yong-il Shin, Christian H. Schunck, and Wolfgang Ketterle  

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Determination of the Superfluid Gap in Atomic Fermi Gases by Quasiparticle Spectroscopy Andre binding in the highly polarized normal region. The imbalance induces quasiparticles in the superfluid- tricately related phenomena. In BCS theory [1], describing conventional superconductors, the emergence

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Analysis of the Vesicular Structure of Basalts H. Shin a , W.B. Lindquist b; , D.L. Sahagian c , S.-R. Song d  

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Science, Institute of Earth, Oceans and Space, Durham, NH 03824{3525, USA d National Taiwan University and analysis of their geometry and connectivity can be investigated. We present results for the distributions and connectivity also contribute to an understanding of the processes of volcanic eruption (Song et al., 2001

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Charge Replacement in Hybrid Electrical Energy Storage Systems Qing Xie, Yanzhi Wang, and Massoud Pedram Younghyun Kim, Donghwa Shin, and Naehyuck Chang  

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rates are typi- cally not matched with each other. Conventional fossil fuel and nuclear power plants met by over-provisioning the power generation fa- cility at a significant capital investment cost, low cost/weight per unit capacity, high round-trip efficiency, and long cycle life.) This short

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Self-assembling Sensors for Printable Machines ByungHyun Shin, Samuel M. Felton, Michael T. Tolley, and Robert J. Wood  

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such as magnetic sheets to build these sensors. We demonstrate the integration of two of these sensors, the switch application of two amperes of current to resistive circuits, the lamp could be turned on and off by the switch or the contact sensor. composites into thin laminates. Self-folding is induced via resistive heating circuits

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2010 55 25 2472 ~ 2475 www.scichina.com csb.scichina.com  

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structure for energy scavenging. Nature, 2008, 451: 809--813 5 Yang R S, Qin Y, Dai, L M, et al. Flexible: 34--39 6 Yang R S, Qin Y, Li C. et al. Converting biomechanical energy into electricity by Muscle by ultrasonic wave. Science, 2007, 316: 102--105 4 Qin Y, Wang X D, Wang Z L. Microfiber-nanowire hybrid

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Modelling the effective elasto-plastic properties of unidirectional composites reinforced by fibre bundles under transverse tension and  

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bundles under transverse tension and shear loading Qing-Sheng Yang a , Qing-Hua Qin b,c, 1 a Numerical-mail address: qin@mech.eng.usyd.edu.au (Q.-H. Qin). Materials Science and Engineering A344 (2003) 140Á/145 www

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Effect of elastic coating on fracture behaviour of piezoelectric fibre with a penny-shaped crack  

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Qing-Hua Qin a,*, Jian-Shan Wang b , Xiao-Lei Li b a Department of Engineering, Australian National on penny-shaped crack in piezoelectric composites has received some atten- tion in recent years. Yang-mail address: Qinghua.qin@anu.edu.au (Q.-H. Qin). www.elsevier.com/locate/compstruct Composite Structures 75

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Int. J. High Performance Computing and Networking, Vol. 1, Nos. 1/2/3, 2004 43 Dynamic Task Scheduling with  

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as follows: Xie, T.; Qin, X.; Sung, A.; Lin, M.; and Yang, L. (2006) `Dynamic Task Scheduling with Security Enterprises Ltd. #12;44 T. XIE, X. QIN, A. SUNG, M. LIN AND L. YANG Spring scheduling algorithm (Ramamritham Scheduling with Security Awareness in Real-Time Systems Tao Xie, Xiao Qin, Andrew Sung Department of Computer

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Numerical simulation of cracking processes in dissimilar media Qing-Sheng Yang a  

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Numerical simulation of cracking processes in dissimilar media Qing-Sheng Yang a , Qing-Hua Qin b.elsevier.com/locate/compstruct * Corresponding author. Tel.: +61-2-9351-2392; fax: +61-2-9351- 3760. E-mail address: qin@mech.eng.usyd.edu.au (Q.-H. Qin). 0263-8223/01/$ - see front matter ? 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved. PII: S 0 2 6

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[Sprouting of forensic medicine].  

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Since there are materials relevant to medical jurisprudence in Qin Lu (law of Qin Dynasty), Feng Zhen Shi (sealed pattern of investigation) and Huangdi Neijing (inner canon of Yellow Emperor), and the examining system of Warring States Period include procedures, personnel and reports on examination of medical jurisprudence, it can be concluded that the pre-Qin Period saw the sprouting period of Chinese medical jurisprudence. PMID:11615229

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Synthesis, characterization and applications of carboxylated and polyethylene-glycolated bifunctionalized InP/ZnS quantum dots in cellular internalization mediated by cell-penetrating peptides.  

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Semiconductor nanoparticles, also known as quantum dots (QDs), are widely used in biomedical imaging studies and pharmaceutical research. Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) are a group of small peptides that are able to traverse cell membrane and deliver a variety of cargoes into living cells. CPPs deliver QDs into cells with minimal nonspecific absorption and toxic effect. In this study, water-soluble, monodisperse, carboxyl-functionalized indium phosphide (InP)/zinc sulfide (ZnS) QDs coated with polyethylene glycol lipids (designated QInP) were synthesized for the first time. The physicochemical properties (optical absorption, fluorescence and charging state) and cellular internalization of QInP and CPP/QInP complexes were characterized. CPPs noncovalently interact with QInP in vitro to form stable CPP/QInP complexes, which can then efficiently deliver QInP into human A549 cells. The introduction of 500nM of CPP/QInP complexes and QInP at concentrations of less than 1?M did not reduce cell viability. These results indicate that carboxylated and polyethylene-glycolylated (PEGylated) bifunctionalized QInP are biocompatible nanoparticles with potential for use in biomedical imaging studies and drug delivery applications. PMID:23792556

Liu, Betty R; Winiarz, Jeffrey G; Moon, Jong-Sik; Lo, Shih-Yen; Huang, Yue-Wern; Aronstam, Robert S; Lee, Han-Jung

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Imprinting Vortices in a Bose-Einstein Condensate using Topological Phases A. E. Leanhardt, A. Gorlitz,* A. P. Chikkatur, D. Kielpinski, Y. Shin, D. E. Pritchard, and W. Ketterle  

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inverting the magnetic bias field along the trap axis. Using surface wave spectroscopy, the axial angular be removed by returning the bias field to its original direction. Using surface wave spectroscopy [14­16], we. Dynamically, the phase of the condensate evolves according to the time integral of its energy, which can

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The Emperor's New APIs: On the (In)Secure Usage of New Client-side Primitives Steve Hanna, Eui Chul Richard Shin, Devdatta Akhawe, Arman Boehm, Prateek Saxena, Dawn Song  

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, we study the real-world usage of two client-side primitives, namely postMessage and HTML5's client to a proliferation of new client-side abstractions, such as the proposals in HTML5. A number of major web applicationMessage. As a second case study, we analyze the usage of client-side storage primitives (such as HTML5 local

Song, Dawn

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Characterizing and tracking single colloidal particles with video holographic SangHyuk Lee, 1 Yohai Roichman, 1 GiRa Yi, 2 ShinHyun Kim, 3 SeungMan  

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a total magnification of 135±1 nm/pixel over a 86?65 µm 2 beam colloidal beam scattered incident hologram­ sented by 5 calculated iso­amplitude surfaces, interferes with the unscattered portion of the incident video recorder (Pioneer 520HS). Analyzing these digitized holograms yields the parti­ cle's three

Grier, David

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A Capacitor-less 1T DRAM Cell Based on a Surrounding Gate MOSFET with a Vertical Channel Hoon Jeong, Ki-Whan Song, Soo-Ho Shin*, Sang Ho Song*, Jong Duk Lee, and Byung-Gook Park  

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as the technology feature size F continues to shrink. However, in order to reduce the cell area of 1T/1C cells Engineering, Seoul National University, *Technology Development Team, Memory Division, Device Solution Network) and embedded DRAM (eDRAM) manufacturers are facing a serious challenge to shrink the basic memory cell area

Lee, Jong Duk

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS 1 Drawing-based Procedural Modeling of Chinese  

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of Chinese Architectures Fei Hou, Yue Qi, Member, IEEE and Hong Qin, Member, IEEE Abstract--This paper,000 archives of Yang Shi Lei (the family in charge of the imperial architecture construction during the Qing, China. E-mail: qy@vrlab.buaa.edu.cn · H. Qin is with the Department of Computer Science, Stony Brook

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On the Homogenization Concepts and Macroscopic Properties of Orthotropic Composites with Non-symmetrically Shaped Inclusions  

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-symmetrically Shaped Inclusions Qing-Sheng Yang1, a and Qing-Hua Qin2, b 1 Department of Engineering Mechanics, Beijing University, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia a qsyang@bjut.edu.cn, b qinghua.qin@anu.edu.au Keywords: Composites by Yang and Becker [7] showed that both of direct homogenization and mathematical homogenization obey

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Shape Reconstruction from 3D and 2D Data Using PDE-Based Deformable Surfaces  

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Shape Reconstruction from 3D and 2D Data Using PDE-Based Deformable Surfaces Ye Duan1 , Liu Yang2 , Hong Qin2 , and Dimitris Samaras2 1 Department of Computer Science University of Missouri at Columbia, Department of Computer Science State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY 11794, USA {yliu, qin, samaras

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OPERATIONS RESEARCH Vol. 55, No. 6, NovemberDecember 2007, pp. 11041119  

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Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey 07102, yang@adm.njit.edu Zhaoqiong Qin Department with Virtual Lateral Transshipments Jian Yang Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, New 32114, zhaoqiong.qin@erau.edu We study the optimal control of a firm with two capacitated manufacturing

Yang, Jian

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Journal of Computer and System Sciences 79 (2013) 518529 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect  

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c,, Zhi Chen a , Xiao Qin d , Laurence T. Yang e a Dept. of Elec. and Comp. Engr., University@szu.edu.cn (Z. Ming), zch229@uky.edu (Z. Chen), xqin@auburn.edu (X. Qin), ltyang@gmail.com (L.T. Yang). 0022

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The CUBLAS and CULA based GPU acceleration of adaptive finite element  

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tomography Bo Zhang,1 Xiang Yang,2,3 Fei Yang,2 Xin Yang,2 Chenghu Qin,2 Dong Han,2 Xibo Ma,2 Kai Liu,2 integral method for bioluminescence tomography," J. Biomed. Opt. 11, 020503 (2006). 8. C. Qin, J. Tian, X. Yang, K. Liu, G. Yan, J. Feng, Y. Lv, and M. Xu, "Galerkin-based meshless methods for photon transport

Tian, Jie

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Adaptive improved element free Galerkin method for quasi-or  

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tomography Chenghu Qin, Xin Yang, Jinchao Feng, Kai Liu, Junting Liu, Guorui Yan, Shouping Zhu, Min Xu. Lv, J. Tian, W. Cong, G. Wang, W. Yang, C. Qin, and M. Xu, "Spectrally resolved bioluminescence. Li, W. Liang, and X. Yang, "Multimodality molecular imaging," IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Mag. 27, 48

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Automatically Refining Partial Specifications for Heap-Manipulating Programs  

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was supported in part by EPSRC Project EP/G042322. Email addresses: shengchao.qin@gmail.com (Shengchao Qin), g.he@tees.ac.uk (Guanhua He), chinwn@comp.nus.edu.sg (Wei-Ngan Chin), yhl.yang@gmail.com (Hongli Yang) Preprint submitted

Qin, Shengchao

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Fitting Subdivision Surfaces to Unorganized Point Data Using SDM Kin-Shing D. Cheng  

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Hong Qin Kwan-Yee K. Wong Huaiping Yang Yang Liu Department of Computer Science The University of Hong State University of New York at Stony Brook Stony Brook, New York, U.S.A. qin@cs.sunysb.edu Abstract We

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Design and Analysis of Optimization Methods for Subdivision Surface Fitting  

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, Wenping Wang, Hong Qin, Kwan-Yee K. Wong, Huaiping Yang and Yang Liu Abstract-- We present a complete and ability to accommodate general control mesh connectivity. K.S. D. Cheng, W. Wang, K.-Y. K. Wong, H. Yang Kong. E-mail: {ksdcheng, wenping, kykwong, hpyang, yliu}@cs.hku.hk H. Qin is with the Department

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This article was published in an Elsevier journal. The attached copy is furnished to the author for non-commercial research and  

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laminates Xiaoqiao He a , Jian-Shan Wang b , Qing-Hua Qin c,* a Department of Building and Construction to the Hamiltonian system based model [Wang, J.S., Qin, Q.H., 2007. A symplectic model for piezoelectric wedges-Venant stress decay problem has recently been studied for piezoelectric materials (Batra and Yang, 1995; Batra

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Transfer of micro and nano-photonic silicon nanomembrane waveguide devices on flexible  

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devices," Proc. SPIE 7606, 76060V (2010). 8. W. Zhou, Z. Ma, H. Yang, Z. Qiang, G. Qin, H. Pang, L. Chen: inorganic nanomembranes," Soft Matter 6(3), 439­ 455 (2010). 2. G. Qin, H. C. Yuan, G. K. Celler, W. Zhou, W. Yang, S. Chuwongin, and D. Zhao, "Flexible photonic-crystal Fano filters based on transferred

Texas at Austin, University of

242

Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening  

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Practical Memory Checking with Dr. Memory Derek Bruening Google bruening@google.com Qin Zhao Massachusetts Institute of Technology qin zhao@csail.mit.edu Abstract--Memory corruption, reading uninitialized memory, using freed memory, and other memory-related errors are among the most difficult programming bugs

Tomkins, Andrew

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Design and Experimental Implementation of a Compliant Hybrid Zero Dynamics Controller with Active Force Control for Running on MABEL  

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in part by NSF grant ECS-909300 and in part by DARPA Contract W91CRB-11-1-0002. An extended version Leg -s (a) Bspring qmLS leg-shape motor torso leg-angle motor qThigh qShin qLS - = qThigh qShin 2 =qLA qThigh qShin 2 + Bspring spring qBsp (b) Fig. 1. (a) The virtual compliant leg created

Grizzle, Jessy W.

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The many faces of necrobiosis lipoidica: a report of three cases with histologic variations  

Microsoft Academic Search

Necrobiosis lipoidica (NL) is a granulomatous disease with unknown etiology and pathogenesis. Clinically, it is characterized by yellow-brown atrophic plaques with inflammatory rims on shins. Histologically, it shows diffused palisade and interstitial granulomatous dermatitis with focal connective tissue degeneration (necrobiosis). We described three non-diabetic NL cases with unusual histologic features. All patients presented erythematous to brownish plaque(s) on the shin(s).

Pei-Shan Yen; Kuo-Hsien Wang; Wei-Yu Chen; Ya-Wen Yang; Wen-Tsao Ho

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US/Japan JIFT Workshop Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory  

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National Laboratory Acknowledgements: Jeff Harris, Hideo Sugama, Shin Nishimura, Andrew Ware, Steve Hirshman, Wayne Houlberg, Jim Lyon #12;· Recent stellarator optimizations have reduced cross- field

Hudson, Stuart

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77 FR 48985 - Notice of Meeting of the ICD-9-CM Coordination and Maintenance Committee  

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...mononeuropathy Bilateral option for cerebrovascular codes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Complications of urinary devices Diabetic macular...diabetic retinopathy Retinal vascular occlusions Salter Harris fractures Sesamoiditis Shin splints Spontaneous...

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Oldest and Largest The Weather  

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the suicide has been of great concern to The Tech," Deluca said. While questioning journalists under oath suicide. Under the doctrine of "respon- deat superior," which means "let the By Keith J. Wlnsteln STAff. Shin '02. David A. DeLuca, who repre- sents the Shin family, has subpoe- naed at least three MIT

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Medial tibial stress syndrome  

Microsoft Academic Search

Lecture 9Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is an enigmatic condition with confusing terminology, the term often being used interchangeably with shin splints. It is suggested that MTSS and shin splints be used as generic rather than diagnostic terms. On account of variable definitions, the reported incidence rate varies from 4 to 35% in military and athletic populations. Broadly, it represents

Mark E Batt

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Symbolic-numeric Sparse Interpolation of Multivariate Polynomials  

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functions, and exploit the generalized eigenvalue reformulation of Prony's method. We analyze the numerical interpolation Email addresses: mwg@uwaterloo.ca (Mark Giesbrecht), glabahn@uwaterloo.ca (George Labahn), wen-shin.lee@ua://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~glabahn (George Labahn), http://www.win.ua.ac.be/~wlee (Wen-shin Lee). 1 The authors would like to thank NSERC

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2014 SPORT CAMPS Langille Athletic Centre  

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Soccer - cleats, shin pads, ball, s What to leave at home Electronics Money Toys and Games All of our Please bring soccer cleats, shin pads and ball. Coed Basketball Camp Monday August 11 to Friday August 15-893-6660 Email: ashley.simms@dal.ca unscreen (applied before you arrive and extra in your bag) July 7-11 Soccer

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I N F O R M A T I O N N O T E Utilisation of  

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, with a further 12% in Grampian Region. These figures apply to all stands of pure and mixed lodgepole pine. Table the seed zones identified by Lines (1996: table 1). METHOD Two contrasting experimental sites, Shin Site description Shin Rosarie Grid reference NC 535223 NJ 322487 Soil class Deep Molinia/ Trichophorum

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Virus Research 178 (2013) 340348 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect  

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in the genomes of large DNA viruses, including poxvirus, herpesvirus, iridovirus and African swine fever virus). Corresponding author. Tel.: +86 20 89023638; fax: +86 20 89023638. E-mail address: qinqw@scsio.ac.cn (Q. Qin

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NearOptimal Data Dissemination Policies for MultiChannel, Single Radio  

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Information Systems America 75 West Plumeria Drive San Jose, CA 95134 Email: x.qin@samsung.com Abstract We dissemination with multi­channel, single radio sensors, using expected delay as the primary optimization metric

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Near-Optimal Data Dissemination Policies for Multi-Channel, Single Radio  

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Systems America 75 West Plumeria Drive San Jose, CA 95134 Email: x.qin@samsung.com Abstract--We analyze sensors, using expected delay as the primary optimization metric. Within this framework, we show how

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Near-Optimal Data Dissemination Policies for Multi-Channel, Single Radio  

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Systems America 75 West Plumeria Drive San Jose, CA 95134 Email: x.qin@samsung.com Abstract We analyze, using expected delay as the primary optimization metric. Within this framework, we show how to model

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Quantitative Imaging Network Working Groups  

Cancer.gov

The QIN is linked at several levels. A Steering Committee has governance oversight of the network. While this provides the administrative coordination and communication points of contact between program staff and the individual centers, the Steering Committee

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Quantitative Imaging Network  

Cancer.gov

The QIN Imaging Network is designed to promote research and development of quantitative imaging methods for the measurement of tumor response to therapies in clinical trial settings, with the overall goal of facilitating clinical decision-making. The

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TRD -Your Partner for Technical R&D Pharmaceutical Preformulation  

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TRD - Your Partner for Technical R&D Pharmaceutical Preformulation Wei-Qin (Tony) Tong, Ph.D. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Integrated Drug Product Development Process (3 day-course), University

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Identifying Babies with Hearing Loss  

MedlinePLUS

... SN, Holstrum WJ, Qin T, Kenneson A. Highly variable population-based prevalence rates of unilateral hearing loss ... 1800. Contact GPO for current prices. **Questions or messages regarding errors in formatting should be addressed to ...

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News and Announcements 2011 Archive  

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December 27, 2011 Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN) adds three members: UCSF, OHSU, and John Hopkins University Source: CIP Specialized Initiatives June 29, 2011 National Lung Screening Trial shows 20% reduction in lung cancer mortality Source: NCI Press

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RESEARCH Open Access Overexpression of an exotic thermotolerant  

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RESEARCH Open Access Overexpression of an exotic thermotolerant -glucosidase in trichoderma reesei and Wensheng Qin* Abstract Background: Trichoderma reesei is a widely used industrial strain for cellulase: Trichoderma reesei, Genetic engineering, -glucosidase, Periconia sp. * Correspondence: wqin

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Development of a Mesoscale Ensemble Data Assimilation System at the Naval Research Laboratory  

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Development of a Mesoscale Ensemble Data Assimilation System at the Naval Research Laboratory QINGYUN ZHAO Marine Meteorology Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California FUQING ZHANG Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California QIN XU National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman

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Bioinformatics Working Group  

Cancer.gov

Bioinformatics/IT & Data Sharing The mission of the Bioinformatics Working Group (BIWG) is to define the informatics requirements common to all QIN centers and to establish consensus standards that are generalizable and useful to the quantitative imaging

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T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F B R I T I S H C O L U M B I A V O L U M E 4 8 | N U M B E R 7 | M AY 2 , 2 0 0 2 SPECIAL ISSUE : UBC CONGREGATION 2002  

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literacy to kids through MIT Media Lab's Gesture and Narrative Language Group. Born in tiny Qin Huang Dao for its focus on social rather than digital aspects of the interac- tion. Dai and Wu used sociology

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Department of Statistics & Biostatistics Hill Center, Room 501  

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Department of Statistics & Biostatistics Hill Center, Room 501 School of Arts & Sciences Rutgers AND BIOSTATISTICS www.stat.rutgers.edu Seminar Speaker: Zhaohui Qin Associate Professor Department of Biostatistics

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An Efficient Privacy Preserving Keyword Search Scheme in Cloud Computing  

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An Efficient Privacy Preserving Keyword Search Scheme in Cloud Computing Qin Liu, Guojun Wang computing and propose an efficient privacy preserving keyword search scheme in cloud computing. It allows computing; privacy preserving; searchable encryption; partial decipherment I. Introduction Cloud computing

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A. Acknowledgements A-1 Appendix A  

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Pomerantz, Susan Poole, Fei Qin, Calvin Robol, Ganokporn Rungsrit- ampanya, Hyeryung Ryu, Elvis Samson, Tzu-Yuan Sun, Naoko Takei, Jeffrey Toporcer, Susanne Trie- schmann, Hikmet Umar, Iliberth Vargas, Helen

Brass, Stefan

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Design and Analysis of Optimization Methods for Subdivision Surface Fitting  

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, Member, IEEE, Wenping Wang, Hong Qin, Member, IEEE, Kwan-Yee K. Wong, Member, IEEE, Huaiping Yang, and Yang Liu Abstract--We present a complete framework for computing a subdivision surface to approximate

Qin, Hong

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International Conference on Computational and  

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Yang, Nanjing University of Posts and Communications, China Laurence Tianruo Yang, St. Francis Xavier General) Yu-Qin Wan, Donghua University, China (Secretary) Hong-Mei Liu, Donghua University, China

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Top Articles http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/toparticles.jsp 1 of 11 6/22/2005 11:27 AM  

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wavelet coding for synthetic/natural hybrid images Sodagar, I.; Hung-Ju Lee; Hatrack, P.; Ya-Qin Zhang-Siong Chang; Yang, H.; Bos, S. Neural Networks for Signal Processing [1996] VI. Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE

Yang, Liuqing

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TREFFTZ PLANE ELEMENT OF PIEZOELECTRIC PLATE WITH p-EXTENSION CAPABILITIES  

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TREFFTZ PLANE ELEMENT OF PIEZOELECTRIC PLATE WITH p-EXTENSION CAPABILITIES Qing-Hua Qin Department functional used was based on a free energy density with strain and 144 W. Yang (ed.), IUTAM Symposium

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Intrusion Activity Projection for Cyber Situational Shanchieh J. Yang1, Stephen Byers1,  

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Intrusion Activity Projection for Cyber Situational Awareness Shanchieh J. Yang1, Stephen Byers1 likely future attack actions. Qin and Lee [12] proposed to adaptively update Bayesian networks and used

Jay Yang, Shanchieh

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Fiber interactions and eective elasto-plastic properties of short-ber composites  

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Fiber interactions and eective elasto-plastic properties of short-®ber composites Qing-Sheng Yang a , Qing-Hua Qin b,* a Department of Mechanics, Beijing Polytechnic University, Beijing 100022, China b

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Projecting Cyber Attacks Through Variable Length Markov Models  

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, Shanchieh J. Yang Department of Computer Engineering Rochester Institute of Technology Abstract threat projection. II. RELATED WORK A. Previous approaches Qin and Lee were one of the first to propose

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Throughput Analysis of General Network Coding Nodes Based on SW-ARQ Transmission  

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Throughput Analysis of General Network Coding Nodes Based on SW-ARQ Transmission Yang Qin and Lie-Liang Yang School of ECS, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom Tel: 0044-(0)23-8059 3364

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Building Trustworthy Storage Services Untrusted Infrastructure  

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-- Zilin Du, Zhihua Wang, Junfeng Yang, Feng Qin, Lu Zhang, Yuanxing Dong, Peng Zhang, Ziyang Wang, Xiaojian Zhao, Feng Ning, Yuxing Yang, Chie Mishiro, Min Luo, Xin Pu, Chingching Shih, Ya­Yunn Su, Ying Xu

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Student Name Advisor Abdellah-El-Hadj, Amine Liu  

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Carmona, Adria Brouwer Chandra, Amin Chen, Qin Samuelsen Chen, Yang Chien, Alice Dunn-Rankin Chow, Justin, Shangying La Rue Lee, Ty Gamero-Castano Lewis, James Liu, Ya Liu Liu, Yang Liu, Yuchao Bobrow Lord, Thomas

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Secure Fragment Allocation in a Distributed Storage System with Heterogeneous Vulnerabilities  

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Tian, Shu Yin, Jiong Xie Ji Zhang, Xiao Qin Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering@engr.uky.edu Yiming Yang Intel Corporation NM 87124 Email: yiming.yang@intel.com I. ABSTRACT Abstract

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Building Trustworthy Storage Services Untrusted Infrastructure  

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­ Zilin Du, Zhihua Wang, Junfeng Yang, Feng Qin, Lu Zhang, Yuanxing Dong, Peng Zhang, Ziyang Wang, Xiaojian Zhao, Feng Ning, Yuxing Yang, Chie Mishiro, Min Luo, Xin Pu, Chingching Shih, Ya-Yunn Su, Ying Xu

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ing in a bending of the AFM cantilever and an increase in the shear stress at the interface. The cantilever bending increased until the force  

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experiments were performed using carbon nanotubes that had been previously chemically modified with carboxylic, Jie Tang, Qi Zhang, Gongpu Zhao, Guang Yang, Jian Zhang, Otto Zhou, and Lu-Chang Qin* Lanthanum

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Informatics Methods to Enable Sharing of Quantitative Imaging Research Data  

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Introduction The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Quantitative Research Network (QIN) is a collaborative research network whose goal is to share data, algorithms and research tools to accelerate quantitative imaging research. A challenge is the variability in tools and analysis platforms used in quantitative imaging. Our goal was to understand the extent of this variation and to develop an approach to enable sharing data and to promote reuse of quantitative imaging data in the community. Methods We performed a survey of the current tools in use by the QIN member sites for representation and storage of their QIN research data including images, image meta-data and clinical data. We identified existing systems and standards for data sharing and their gaps for the QIN use case. We then proposed a system architecture to enable data sharing and collaborative experimentation within the QIN. Results There area variety of tools currently used by each QIN institution. We developed a general information system architecture to support the QIN goals. We also describe the remaining architecture gaps we are developing to enable members to share research images and image meta-data across the network. Conclusions As a research network, the QIN will stimulate quantitative imaging research by pooling data, algorithms and research tools. However, there are gaps in current functional requirements that will need to be met by future informatics development. Special attention must be given to the technical requirements needed to translate these methods into the clinical research workflow to enable validation and qualification of these novel imaging biomarkers. PMID:22770688

Levy, Mia A.; Freymann, John B.; Kirby, Justin S.; Fedorov, Andriy; Fennessy, Fiona M.; Eschrich, Steven A.; Berglund, Anders E.; Fenstermacher, David A.; Tan, Yongqiang; Guo, Xiaotao; Casavant, Thomas L.; Brown, Bartley J.; Braun, Terry A.; Dekker, Andre; Roelofs, Erik; Mountz, James M.; Boada, Fernando; Laymon, Charles; Oborski, Matt; Rubin, Daniel L

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The Quantitative Imaging Network: NCI's Historical Perspective and Planned Goals  

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The purpose of this editorial is to provide a brief history of National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute (NCI) workshops as related to quantitative imaging within the oncology setting. The editorial will then focus on the recently supported NCI initiatives, including the Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN) initiative and its organizational structure, including planned research goals and deliverables. The publications in this issue of Translational Oncology come from many of the current members of this QIN research network. PMID:24772201

Clarke, Laurence P; Nordstrom, Robert J; Zhang, Huiming; Tandon, Pushpa; Zhang, Yantian; Redmond, George; Farahani, Keyvan; Kelloff, Gary; Henderson, Lori; Shankar, Lalitha; Deye, James; Capala, Jacek; Jacobs, Paula

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A trust region method in adaptive finite element framework for bioluminescence  

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, Xin Yang2, Chenghu Qin2, Dan Liu2, Shouping Zhu2, Jinchao Feng3, Li Sun3, Kai Liu2, Dong Han2, Xibo Ma://www.opticsinfobase.org/abstract.cfm?URI=oe-14-18-8211. 8. C. Qin, J. Tian, X. Yang, J. Feng, K. Liu, J. Liu, G. Yan, S. Zhu, and M. Xu2, Xing Zhang2, Jianghong Zhong2, Xiuli Li2, Xiang Yang2 and Jie Tian1,2 1 Sino-Dutch Biomedical

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Quantitative Imaging Network: Data Sharing and Competitive AlgorithmValidation Leveraging The Cancer Imaging Archive1  

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The Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN), supported by the National Cancer Institute, is designed to promote research and development of quantitative imaging methods and candidate biomarkers for the measurement of tumor response in clinical trial settings. An integral aspect of the QIN mission is to facilitate collaborative activities that seek to develop best practices for the analysis of cancer imaging data. The QIN working groups and teams are developing new algorithms for image analysis and novel biomarkers for the assessment of response to therapy. To validate these algorithms and biomarkers and translate them into clinical practice, algorithms need to be compared and evaluated on large and diverse data sets. Analysis competitions, or challenges, are being conducted within the QIN as a means to accomplish this goal. The QIN has demonstrated, through its leveraging of The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA), that data sharing of clinical images across multiple sites is feasible and that it can enable and support these challenges. In addition to Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) imaging data, many TCIA collections provide linked clinical, pathology, and ground truth data generated by readers that could be used for further challenges. The TCIA-QIN partnership is a successful model that provides resources for multisite sharing of clinical imaging data and the implementation of challenges to support algorithm and biomarker validation. PMID:24772218

Kalpathy-Cramer, Jayashree; Freymann, John Blake; Kirby, Justin Stephen; Kinahan, Paul Eugene; Prior, Fred William

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Design and Experimental Implementation of a Compliant Hybrid Zero Dynamics Controller with Active Force Control for Running on MABEL  

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is supported in part by NSF grant ECS-909300 and in part by DARPA Contract W91CRB-11-1-0002. An extendedLS Virtual Compliant Leg -s (a) Bspring qmLS leg-shape motor torso leg-angle motor qThigh qShin qLS - = qThigh qShin 2 =qLA qThigh qShin 2 + Bspring spring qBsp (b) Fig. 1. (a) The virtual compliant leg created

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On textual and contextual position of the ophthalmological treatise of bodhisattva n?g?rjuna.  

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Medical knowledge in India began to be introduced to China in earliest from the Later Han Dynasty period to the times of Wei-Qin and South & North Dynasties. This is proved by many Buddhist medical books appeared in those days. Of the contents of Indian medicine, the theory of four major elements affected Chinese medicine more than did the theory of body fluids. Based on the theory of four major elements that was began to be introduced in F shu? f y? j?ng, an attempt to establish a new medical system was made in Zh?u hu b?i y?f?ng written by To Hng-j?ng and S?n S?-mi?o who tried to develop etiology further but could not achieve any great outcomes. Unlike the foregoing situation, Indian medicine aroused a large echo in China in the field of ophthalmology with ophthalmological knowledge mentioned in Su?rutasa hit? and 'J?nzh?n-sh'(cataract couching) introduced as a surgical treatment of cataract. The Su?rutasa hit? which is one of the three major texts of Indian medicine contains additional information on surgical operations not introduced in the Carakasa hit?. The technique of cataract surgery was particularly popular in the Tang and Song dynasty periods in China under the name Lng sh p s y?n ln(The Ophthalmological Treatise of Bodhisattva N?g?rjuna) or Lng sh ln and was even designated as a subject to educate medical officers. While the original text of Lng sh p s y?n ln was not handed down, the first testimony that show the trace of the introduction of this text into China was the Ti?n zh j?ng ln y?n mentioned in Wi ti m yo(Arcane Essential from the Imperial Library) written by Wang Tao. Long shng do ren who was mentioned as the compiler of the book is assumed to be Lng sh. Although Ti?n zh j?ng ln y?n introduced anatomical knowledge about the eyeball that could have not been in the traditional Chinese medicine, this book has only limited quantity of information in this regard. Thereafter, Ti png shng hu f?ng (Holy Prescriptions for Universal Relief) compiled by a national agency at the beginning of the Song Dynasty period introduced Lng sh p s y?n ln without clear indication of the reference. Contemporary with this book, many ophthalmological books such as M chun y?n k? lng m ln(Longmu's Ophthalmology Secretly Handed Down) were published. As Chinese culture was spreading out into surrounding countries, medical knowledge was also introduced to Korean peninsula and Japan. The ophthalmological knowledge contained in Lng sh p s y?n ln was also reflected and some parts of it were introduced in I shin b? in Japan. Based on the policy decision of King Sejong, the fourth king of Joseon Dynasty, large scaled promoting projects of medical knowledge was established. It is notable that the Ui bang ryu chwi compiled as a result of the synthesis of the medical treatises available at that time initiated by King Sejong contained a considerable part of Lng sh p s y?n ln in reedited form that had already passed into oblivion in China. The intellectuals in Joseon Dynasty who participated in the compilation of Ui bang ryu chwi not only indicated that Lng sh p s y?n ln was a medical text published in the times of Wei-Qin and South & North Dynasties in China but also clearly indicated the textual reference and left the original text for later generation without modifying the contents. According to the Ui bang ryu chwi, the Lng sh p s y?n ln indicated that the core causes of eye diseases were heat, winds, and three body fluids(trido a) and contained the analyses of symptoms, related treatments, and several analyses of wrong treatments. In addition, Lng sh p s y?n ln explained diverse eye diseases through more than 30 medical treatments. In particular, this book accurately described golden needle acupuncture for treatment of a Ni-zhng understood to be cataract. Therefore, this book is a significant textual record in the history of ophthalmological medicine in East

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Shin, H.-J., G.G. Lee, W.Y.Choi, S.M. Kang, J.H. Park, S.H. Kim and B.G. Thomas. AISTech 2004, Nashville, TN, Sep. 15-17, 2004. Assoc. Iron Steel Technology, Warrrendale, PA.  

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for breakout detection systems. Subsurface hook formation at the meniscus during continuous casting of steel sl-244-6534 E-mail: bgthomas@uiuc.edu Key words: Ultra-low carbon steel, Continuous casting process, Mold in continuous casting affects several important phenomena, including mold powder lubrication and cast slab

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SINGULAR PERTURBATION OF POLYNOMIAL POTENTIALS WITH ...  

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Apr 15, 2011 ... they found by numerical computation that the spectrum is real. ...... Recently K. Shin [36] announced a description .... the elements of the set A, and that a neighborhood of each vertex of ? can be mapped onto a neighborhood.

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Preliminary Avian Summary for La Tigra National Park, Honduras 02/24/2006 -04/19/2006  

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chionagaster 1 Sharp-shinned Hawk (M) Accipitridae Accipiter striatus 1 Red-tailed Hawk (M) Accipitridae Buteo jamaicensis X Great Black-Hawk Accipitridae Buteogallus urubitinga X Swallow-tailed Kite (M) Accipitridae

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SOFTWARE---PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE, VOL. 1(1), 1--4(JANUARY 1988) Runtime and Language Support for Compiling Adaptive  

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for Compiling Adaptive Irregular Programs on Distributed Memory Machines \\Lambda YUAN­SHIN HWANG AND BONGKI MOON the computation is single threaded and structured in loosely synchronous phases. The user views memory through

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managed for the U.S. Department of Energy by Brookhaven Science Associates, a company  

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positron emission tomography (PET) and other medical imaging techniques to investigate the brain mechanisms and methamphetamine · tobacco · alcohol · marijuana · inhalants Chemist Yu-Shin Ding examines brain scans. An aerial

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OPPORTUNISTIC SCHEDULING IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION Submitted to the Faculty  

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of Purdue University by Xin Liu In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor, Do Young Eun, Han S. Kim, Xiaojun Lin, Jeongjoon Lee, Jungmin Park, Dong-Won Shin, Jang Won Lee, Gang

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SOCIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM Friday, Feb 21st  

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SOCIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM Friday, Feb 21st 2013 12:00-1:30 pm BOLTON 757 Heeju Shin Assistant Professor of Sociology, UWM "Misconceived Equity? Healthcare Resources, Community Poverty, and Child Health Disparities

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Medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury of the knee  

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Knee injury - medial collateral ligament (MCL); MCL injury ... The medial collateral ligament (MCL) goes from the inside surface of the upper shin bone to the inner surface of the bottom thigh bone. The ...

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Jumper's Knee (Patellar Tendonitis) (For Parents)  

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... tissue that joins the patella (kneecap) to the tibia (shin bone). Jumper's knee is an overuse injury ( ... function properly: Bones like the femur (thighbone), the tibia (shinbone), and the patella (kneecap) give the knee ...

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Fourth Annual Faculty and Staff  

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.............................................. Michael Shin tenured and Promoted to associate Professor in Chemical engineering .....................................................................................................................Michael Giesselmann #12;3 ReSeaRCh aWaRDS external Grant Recognition university nominated for Chancellor......................................................................................................................................... Michelle Pantoya Whitacre excellence in Research....................................................................................................................................Jordan

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Acknowledgements Acknowledgements  

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Rungsritampanya, Hyeryung Ryu, El­ vis Samson, Tzu­wei Shih, Jae Youn Shin, Sebastian Spautz, Nicholas Steadman, JoLynn Striegel, Susan Struthers, Chih­Yuan Sun, Naoko Takei, Je#rey Toporcer, Susanne Trieschmann

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C. Acknowledgements C-1 Appendix C  

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, Elvis Samson, Tzu-wei Shih, Jae Youn Shin, Sebastian Spautz, Nicholas Steadman, JoLynn Striegel, Susan Strut- hers, Chih-Yuan Sun, Naoko Takei, Jeffrey Toporcer, Susanne Trie- schmann, Hikmet Umar, Iliberth

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C. Acknowledgements C-1 Appendix C  

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Rungsritampanya, Hyeryung Ryu, El- vis Samson, Tzu-wei Shih, Jae Youn Shin, Sebastian Spautz, Nicholas Steadman, JoLynn Striegel, Susan Struthers, Chih-Yuan Sun, Naoko Takei, Jeffrey Toporcer, Susanne Trieschmann

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TheCondor96:4SS-467 0 The CooperOrnithologicalSociety1994  

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the apparentselectionfor certain speciesof mammals by Sharp-shinnedHawks. Key Words: Accipiter striatus (Accipiter striatus) are small, forest-dwellingraptorsthat feedprimarily on small birds (1O-30 g

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Student Organization Programming For full orientation schedule visit: www.dartmouth.edu/~orientation  

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with cleats and shin guards bring a soccer ball if you have one. Tryouts student run, commercial radio stations in the country! 4pm Men's Club Soccer Tryouts Where: Sachem Field Description: Sponsored by Men's Club Soccer. Men

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and Seattle, Wash. Smaller vessels in support of NOAA's vast marine pro-  

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and New York, the Florida Keys, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Gulf of Mexico. Puget Sound, the West in Tokyo, Japan, on 3 March 1975 according to the Suisan Keizai Shimbun and Shin Shimbun. The focal points

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Progress on Earthquake Rapid Reporting and Early Warning Systems Yih-Min Wu1  

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an earthquake warning system on their "bullet" trains (Nakamura, 1988; Saita and Nakamura, 2003). A seismic Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics in Boulder, Colorado, USA (Lee and Shin, 1995

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration Office of Inspector General  

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration Office of Inspector General Washington, DC 20546-0001 January 30, 2014 TO: Jaiwon Shin Associate Administrator for the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate FROM: Paul K. Martin Inspector General SUBJECT: The Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate

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COMMON BIRDS SEEN NEAR THE BIRD BLIND Mallard (20-28") The Mallard is the most common duck in the  

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Bittern Great Blue Heron Green Heron ACCIPITRIFORMES Black Vulture Turkey Vulture Sharp-shinned Hawk Cooper's Hawk Red-shouldered Hawk Red-tailed Hawk CHARADRIIFORMES Killdeer Spotted Sandpiper Solitary

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CHECKLIST OF THE BIRDS OF NICHOLS ARBORETUM By Michael A. Kielb  

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Turkey Vulture Osprey Bald Eagle Sharp-shinned Hawk Cooper's Hawk Northern Goshawk Red-shouldered Hawk Broad-winged Hawk Red-tailed Hawk American Kestrel Peregrine Falcon Ring-necked Pheasant American Coot

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Breeding birds of Hutcheson Memorial Forest these species are known to maintain breeding territories in the forest. Many other species are casual or non-breeding visitors  

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Coopers Hawk Sharp-shinned Hawk Peregrine Falcon Kestrel Northern Harrier Ring-Necked Pheasant Spotted nearby habitats, during migrations, or during the winter. Eastern Towhee Ovenbird Northern Flicker

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00ZZ-1767/89/14211-3913S0Z.00/0 THEJOURNALOF IMMUNOLM~Y  

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-AND CELL-MEDIATEDLYSIS NURIT HOLLANDER,2* MOON L. SHIN,' WENDALL F. ROSSE,' AND TIMOTHY A. SPRINGER' From; and 'Center f o r Blood Research, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA021 15 Complement- and cell

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Longitudinal ultrasound measurement of the equine third metacarpal bone as a predictor of mechanical testing properties  

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approximated typical training regimes associated with the development of bucked shins (Nunnamaker 32 et al. , 1991). It has also been demonstrated that changes in the direction of principal strain are associated with increasing speeds &om galloping... approximated typical training regimes associated with the development of bucked shins (Nunnamaker 32 et al. , 1991). It has also been demonstrated that changes in the direction of principal strain are associated with increasing speeds &om galloping...

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Recent Developments in the Chemical Control of Brush on Texas Ranges.  

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Live Post Shin Persimmon, Black or Texas Rose, Macartney Sage, Sand Tarbush Whitebrush Yaupon Acacia a,mentacea Opuntia imbricata Opunticl. lindheimeri Opun,tia leptoca?clis Larrea divawicccta Ulmus alata Celtis pallida A cacia berl... Live Post Shin Persimmon, Black or Texas Rose, Macartney Sage, Sand Tarbush Whitebrush Yaupon Acacia a,mentacea Opuntia imbricata Opunticl. lindheimeri Opun,tia leptoca?clis Larrea divawicccta Ulmus alata Celtis pallida A cacia berl...

Young, D. W.; McCully, W.G.; Darrow, R. A.; Fisher, C. E.; Young, Vernon A.

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A new method to measure necrotic core and calcium content in coronary plaques using intravascular ultrasound radiofrequency-based analysis  

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Although previous intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) radiofrequency-based analysis data showed acceptable reproducibility for\\u000a plaque composition, measurements are not easily obtained, particularly that of lumen contour, because of the limited IVUS\\u000a resolution. The purpose of this study was to compare a new measurement method (Shins method) and the conventional measurement\\u000a method for necrotic core and calcium content in atherosclerotic lesions using Virtual

Eun-Seok ShinHector; Hector M. Garcia-Garcia; Patrick W. Serruys

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Phylogenetic lineages in Pseudocercospora  

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Pseudocercospora is a large cosmopolitan genus of plant pathogenic fungi that are commonly associated with leaf and fruit spots as well as blights on a wide range of plant hosts. They occur in arid as well as wet environments and in a wide range of climates including cool temperate, sub-tropical and tropical regions. Pseudocercospora is now treated as a genus in its own right, although formerly recognised as either an anamorphic state of Mycosphaerella or having mycosphaerella-like teleomorphs. The aim of this study was to sequence the partial 28S nuclear ribosomal RNA gene of a selected set of isolates to resolve phylogenetic generic limits within the Pseudocercospora complex. From these data, 14 clades are recognised, six of which cluster in Mycosphaerellaceae. Pseudocercospora s. str. represents a distinct clade, sister to Passalora eucalypti, and a clade representing the genera Scolecostigmina, Trochophora and Pallidocercospora gen. nov., taxa formerly accommodated in the Mycosphaerella heimii complex and characterised by smooth, pale brown conidia, as well as the formation of red crystals in agar media. Other clades in Mycosphaerellaceae include Sonderhenia, Microcyclosporella, and Paracercospora. Pseudocercosporella resides in a large clade along with Phloeospora, Miuraea, Cercospora and Septoria. Additional clades represent Dissoconiaceae, Teratosphaeriaceae, Cladosporiaceae, and the genera Xenostigmina, Strelitziana, Cyphellophora and Thedgonia. The genus Phaeomycocentrospora is introduced to accommodate Mycocentrospora cantuariensis, primarily distinguished from Pseudocercospora based on its hyaline hyphae, broad conidiogenous loci and hila. Host specificity was considered for 146 species of Pseudocercospora occurring on 115 host genera from 33 countries. Partial nucleotide sequence data for three gene loci, ITS, EF-1?, and ACT suggest that the majority of these species are host specific. Species identified on the basis of host, symptomatology and general morphology, within the same geographic region, frequently differed phylogenetically, indicating that the application of European and American names to Asian taxa, and vice versa, was often not warranted. Taxonomic novelties: New genera - Pallidocercospora Crous, Phaeomycocentrospora Crous, H.D. Shin & U. Braun; New species - Cercospora eucommiae Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Microcyclospora quercina Crous & Verkley, Pseudocercospora ampelopsis Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora cercidicola Crous, U. Braun & C. Nakash., Pseudocercospora crispans G.C. Hunter & Crous, Pseudocercospora crocea Crous, U. Braun, G.C. Hunter & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora haiweiensis Crous & X. Zhou, Pseudocercospora humulicola Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora marginalis G.C. Hunter, Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora ocimi-basilici Crous, M.E. Palm & U. Braun, Pseudocercospora plectranthi G.C. Hunter, Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora proteae Crous, Pseudocercospora pseudostigmina-platani Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora pyracanthigena Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora ravenalicola G.C. Hunter & Crous, Pseudocercospora rhamnellae G.C. Hunter, H.D. Shin, U. Braun & Crous, Pseudocercospora rhododendri-indici Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin, Pseudocercospora tibouchinigena Crous & U. Braun, Pseudocercospora xanthocercidis Crous, U. Braun & A. Wood, Pseudocercosporella koreana Crous, U. Braun & H.D. Shin; New combinations - Pallidocercospora acaciigena (Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous & M.J. Wingf., Pallidocercospora crystallina (Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous & M.J. Wingf., Pallidocercospora heimii (Crous) Crous, Pallidocercospora heimioides (Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous & M.J. Wingf., Pallidocercospora holualoana (Crous, Joanne E. Taylor & M.E. Palm) Crous, Pallidocercospora konae (Crous, Joanne E. Taylor & M.E. Palm) Crous, Pallidoocercospora irregulariramosa (Crous & M.J. Wingf.) Crous & M.J. Wingf., Phaeomycocentrospora cantuariensis (E.S. Salmon & Wormald) Crous, H.D. Shin & U. Braun, Pseudocercospora hakeae (U. Braun & Cr

Crous, P.W.; Braun, U.; Hunter, G.C.; Wingfield, M.J.; Verkley, G.J.M.; Shin, H.-D.; Nakashima, C.; Groenewald, J.Z.

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Plasmon enhanced fluorescence with aggregated shell-isolated nanoparticles.  

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Shell-isolated nanoparticles (SHINs) nanostructures provide a versatile substrate where the localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPRs) are well-defined. For SHINEF, the silver (or gold) metal core is protected by the SiO2 coating, which is thicker than the critical distance for minimum quenching by the metal. In the present work, it is shown that an increase in the SHINEF enhancement factor may be achieved by inducing SHIN aggregation with electrolytes in solution. The proof of concept is demonstrated using NaCl as aggregating agent, although other inorganic salts will also aggregate SHIN nanoparticles. As much as a 10-fold enhancement in the SHINEF enhancement factor (EF) may be achieved by tuning the electrolyte concentrations in solution. The SHINEF experiments include the study of the aggregation effect controlling gold SHIN's surface concentration via spraying. Au-SHINs are sprayed onto layer-by-layer (LbL) and Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) films, and samples are fabricated using fluorophores with low and also high quantum yield. PMID:25225956

Osorio-Romn, Igor O; Guerrero, Ariel R; Albella, Pablo; Aroca, Ricardo F

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Biomolecular preservation of Tertiary Metasequoia Fossil Lagerstatten revealed by comparative pyrolysis analysis  

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pyrolysis analysis Hong Yanga,b,*, Yongsong Huangb , Qin Lengc , Ben A. LePaged,1 , Christopher J. Williamsd of biochemical preservation seen in this evolutionarily conserved conifer. Pyrolysis-gas chromatography­mass spectrometry (Py-GC­MS) was applied to solvent-extracted residues from both fossil leaf and wood remains

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1 | P a g e 2012 International Pittsburgh Coal Conference  

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1 | P a g e 2012 International Pittsburgh Coal Conference Pittsburgh, PA, USA October 15 - 18, 2012-mineable Coal Seam Qin He, Shahab D. Mohaghegh, Vida Gholami Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV26505, U.S.A. Abstract Studies have shown that, coal seam

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Kakuna taibaiensis sp. n. and a newly recorded species of Dicranotropis (Hemiptera, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae) from China  

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Abstract One new species of the delphacid genus Kakuna Matsumura, Kakuna taibaiensis Ren & Qin, sp. n. is described from Mt. Taibai in Shaanxi Province, China. Dicranotropis montana (Horvath, 1897) is reported for the first time from China. Habitus photos and illustrations of male genitalia of the two species are given.

Ren, Feng-Juan; Xie, Qi; Qiao, Li; Qin, Dao-zheng

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JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. ???, XXXX, DOI:10.1029/, Desert dust aerosol age characterized by Mass-Age1  

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characterized by Mass-Age1 Tracking (MAT) of tracers2 Qin Han and Charles S. Zender Department of Earth SystemJOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. ???, XXXX, DOI:10.1029/, Desert dust aerosol age Science, University of California at Irvine3 Q. Han and C. S. Zender, Department of Earth System Science

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This Provisional PDF corresponds to the article as it appeared upon acceptance. Fully formatted PDF and full text (HTML) versions will be made available soon.  

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and full text (HTML) versions will be made available soon. The temporal-spatial encoding of acupuncture-spatial encoding of acupuncture effects in the brain Wei Qin1,2 , Lijun Bai1 , Jianping Dai3 , Peng Liu2 , Minghao;2 Abstract Background Functional acupoint specificity is crucial to the clinical efficacy of acupuncture

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Solid-state optimal phase-covariant quantum cloning machine Xin-Yu Pan,a)  

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Solid-state optimal phase-covariant quantum cloning machine Xin-Yu Pan,a) Gang-Qin Liu, Li-Li Yang of optimal phase-covariant quantum cloning machine with a single electron spin in solid state system at room of input state and the phase-covariant quantum cloning transformation is controlled by two independent

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June 2011 Volume 12 No. 2 QUEER IN CHINA  

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A Place in History for a Musical Tradition Arts and Culture 48 Hong Kong as a Haven for Outcast Women for a Musical Tradition Tracing the qin's long history instigated new ways for studying Chinese music What and Research Awards 38 Honorary Degrees Honours 42 A Globetrotting Volunteer 44 Music and Chocolate People 46

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BASS: an Adaptive Sleeping Scheme for Wireless Sensor Network with Bursty Arrival  

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BASS: an Adaptive Sleeping Scheme for Wireless Sensor Network with Bursty Arrival Qin Wang Wireless to scheduling the active and sleeping periods of sensor nodes, as to reduce the power consumption of idle the diversity of different application, in this paper, we propose a scheduling scheme for active and sleeping

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The Molecular Anatomy of Spontaneous Germline Mutations in Human Testes  

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The Molecular Anatomy of Spontaneous Germline Mutations in Human Testes Jian Qin1[¤ , Peter, Shinde DN, Yoon SR, et al. (2007) The molecular anatomy of spontaneous germline mutations in human testes syndrome mutation (C755G) in the human fibroblast growth factor receptor 2 gene (FGFR2) is 100­1,000 times

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Understanding and Attributing Climate Change  

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9 Understanding and Attributing Climate Change Coordinating Lead Authors: Gabriele C. Hegerl (USA. Nicholls, J.E. Penner and P.A. Stott, 2007: Under- standing and Attributing Climate Change. In: Climate of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M

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Research article The Journal of Clinical Investigation http://www.jci.org 1  

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recurrence of lupus flares and worsening of disease, such as renal failure (6). However, limitations persist of mycophenolic acid ameliorates systemic lupus erythematosus in mice Michael Look,1 Eric Stern,1 Qin A. Wang,1 is a much sought-after modality for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus and autoimmunity

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Adapting to Climate: The Transformation of North American Wheat Production 1839-2009  

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;According to the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the earth's temperature has been rising; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, "Summary for Policymakers," in S. Solomon, D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Modelling a Tourism Response to Climate Change Using a Four Stage Problem Definition and Response Framework  

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Climate change has become a hot topic for research, but the response of national governments has been relatively cool, particularly in their support for effective mitigation measures to combat the problem. A review of the scientific literature (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC]. (2007). Summary for policy makers. In S. Solomon, M. Qin, Z. Manning, M. Chen, K. Marquia, M.

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, VOL. 49, NO. 3, AUGUST 2007 661 Novel Planar Electromagnetic Bandgap Structures  

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, VOL. 49, NO. 3, AUGUST 2007 661 Novel Planar Electromagnetic Bandgap Structures for Mitigation of Switching Noise and EMI Reduction in High-Speed Circuits Jie Qin, Omar M. Ramahi, and Victor Granatstein, Life Member, IEEE Abstract--Planar electromagnetic

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November 2013 Wilma Koutstaal, Ph.D.  

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insight and non-insight problem solving with brief interventions. British Journal of Psychology, 104, 97. Recipient of the 2012 William James Book award from the American Psychological Association. ] Qin, X. A-1- November 2013 Wilma Koutstaal, Ph.D. Department of Psychology University of Minnesota S247

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Gauge properties of the guiding center variational symplectic integrator  

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Variational symplectic algorithms have recently been developed for carrying out long-time simulation of charged particles in magnetic fields [H. Qin and X. Guan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 035006 (2008); H. Qin, X. Guan, and W. Tang, Phys. Plasmas (2009); J. Li, H. Qin, Z. Pu, L. Xie, and S. Fu, Phys. Plasmas 18, 052902 (2011)]. As a direct consequence of their derivation from a discrete variational principle, these algorithms have very good long-time energy conservation, as well as exactly preserving discrete momenta. We present stability results for these algorithms, focusing on understanding how explicit variational integrators can be designed for this type of system. It is found that for explicit algorithms, an instability arises because the discrete symplectic structure does not become the continuous structure in the t{yields}0 limit. We examine how a generalized gauge transformation can be used to put the Lagrangian in the 'antisymmetric discretization gauge,' in which the discrete symplectic structure has the correct form, thus eliminating the numerical instability. Finally, it is noted that the variational guiding center algorithms are not electromagnetically gauge invariant. By designing a model discrete Lagrangian, we show that the algorithms are approximately gauge invariant as long as A and {phi} are relatively smooth. A gauge invariant discrete Lagrangian is very important in a variational particle-in-cell algorithm where it ensures current continuity and preservation of Gauss's law [J. Squire, H. Qin, and W. Tang (to be published)].

Squire, J.; Tang, W. M. [Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08543 (United States); Qin, H. [Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08543 (United States); Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui 230026 (China)

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Published: June 03, 2011 r 2011 American Chemical Society 10878 dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja2025454 |J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 1087810884  

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-Light-Driven Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production of CdS-Cluster-Decorated Graphene Nanosheets Qin Li,, Beidou Guo, Jiaguo Yu to produce hydrogen, mimicking natural photosynthesis by converting solar energy into chemical energy, has of interest in graphene since its discovery by Geim et al. in 2004 due to its potential applications

Gong, Jian Ru

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RAPID COMMUNICATIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW B 87, 041406(R) (2013)  

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-layer graphene slab produces n - 1 reflectivity minima. This same result is also found experimentally layers of graphene produce n - 1 minima in the reflectivity.7­9 In this result, however, the layer graphene R. M. Feenstra, N. Srivastava, Qin Gao, and M. Widom Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon

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Statistical MIMO controller performance monitoring. Part II: Performance diagnosis  

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In this paper, the data-driven control performance monitoring framework [J. Yu, S.J. Qin, Statistical MIMO controller performance monitoring. Part I: data driven covariance benchmark, J. Proc. Cont., in press] is extended to the performance diagnosis aspect with focus on variable identification. To identify the control loops or controlled variables responsible for performance degradation or improvement, two types of multivariate contribution

Jie Yu; S. Joe Qin

2008-01-01

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China Mosaic: Multidisciplinary Units for the Middle Grades.  

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These lessons were developed by participants in a 1986 Fulbright Group Project Abroad sponsored by the East Asia Resource Center at the Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. The lessons were developed cooperatively and are aimed at the middle school student. Lessons include: (1) "The Qin Dynasty" (Marte Peet); (2)

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On Electromechanical Behaviour of Frog Sartorius Zizhen Liu1  

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On Electromechanical Behaviour of Frog Sartorius Muscles Zizhen Liu1 , Zhende Hou2 , Qinghua Qin3 soft tissues, this paper reports our experimental observation on electromechanical properties of frog. The experiment results indicate that the electric potential generated in the frog muscle tissues varies

Qin, Qinghua

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Designing for the 21st Interdisciplinary Question and Insights  

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in Healthcare Pathways Through Design Methodologies Prof. Alastair S Macdonald 40 The Healing Environment Dr Gascoigne, Prof. Bimal Kumar, Prof. Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Michael Petry, Dr Sheng Fen Qin, Prof. Alec and Theodore Zamenopoulos 150 Emergent Objects: Design and Performance Research Cluster Alice Bayliss

Yao, Xin

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Approximating Border Length for DNA Microarray Synthesis  

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Approximating Border Length for DNA Microarray Synthesis Cindy Y. Li1 Prudence W.H. Wong1 Qin Xin2. The borders between the masked and unmasked regions are represented by bold lines. DNA microarray synthesis arises in microarray synthesis to place and embed probes in the array. The synthesis is based on a light

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Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science  

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) Kunal Patel "Carbon Nanotube Film Anode Applications to Organic Solar Cells" (with M.E. Thompson) #12 for Process Monitoring" (with S. Joe Qin) Yun Fang "rAAV based Antibody Delivery System for Regulated Expression of Monoclonal Antibodies In Vivo Against HCV" (with P. Wang) Weiqiang Wang "Molecular Dynamics

Southern California, University of

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Human Symbol Manipulation within an Integrated Cognitive Architecture  

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This article describes the Adaptive Control of Thought-Rational (ACT-R) cognitive architecture (Anderson et al., 2004; Anderson & Lebiere, 1998) and its detailed application to the learning of algebraic symbol manipulation. The theory is applied to modeling the data from a study by Qin, Anderson, Silk, Stenger, & Carter (2004) in which children

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Age and Ageing 2006; 35-S2: ii32ii36 The Author 2006. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the British Geriatrics Society. doi:10.1093/ageing/afl082 All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oxfordjournals.org  

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and their potential as a non-pharmacological intervention for osteoporosis CLINTON RUBIN, STEFAN JUDEX, YI-XIAN QIN) as a potential non-pharmacological intervention for osteoporosis. Results: low magnitude mechanical signals: osteoporosis, mechanical, treatment, anabolic, bone, skeletal Background Osteoporosis, a disease characterised

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Great Wall Historic  

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Broadcast Transcript: Nothing says "Do Not Disturb" more effectively than a 3,000-mile fortification of brick and mortar. The Great Wall of China, or chang cheng, was begun over 1,000 years ago by Qin Shi Huang Di, the first Emperor...

Hacker, Randi

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Regionally selective decreases in cerebral glucose  

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of phenylketonuria M. Qin & C. Beebe Smith Received: 13 February 2007 /Submitted in revised form: 6 March 2007- teristic of untreated phenylketonuria in humans and in the pahenu2 mouse model of phenylketonuria. We deoxyglucose HMZ homozygous HTZ heterozygous i.v. intravenous PKU phenylketonuria rCMRglc regional cerebral

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Homo-cysteinyl peptide inhibitors of the L1 metallo-b-lactamase, and SAR as determined by combinatorial library synthesis  

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cysteinyl peptides,18 cysteinyl peptide mimetics,19­21 2,3-disubstituted succinic acid derivatives,22 by combinatorial library synthesis Qin Sun,a Andy Law,a Michael W. Crowderb and H. Mario Geysena,* a Department-lactamases.1 Mechanism based inactivators for serine enzymes such as clavulanic acid, sulbactam, and tazobactam

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SPEAKER COUNTRY ORGANIZATION DATE Siquan Shen China Lake Forest Elementary 22-Oct-2010  

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Johanna Amaya Colombia Gainesville High School 26-Apr-2011 Si Chen China Williston Public Library 13-Jun-2011 and 14-Jun-2011 Tan Qin China Cedar Key Public Library 15-Jun-2011 Xinfei Guo China A.F. Knotts Public Library 16-Jun-2011 Wenjing Guan China Luther Callaway Public Library 17-Jun-2011 Dimitra

Roy, Subrata

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Human Migration through Bottlenecks from Southeast Asia into East Asia during Last Glacial Maximum  

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Human Migration through Bottlenecks from Southeast Asia into East Asia during Last Glacial Maximum X, Qin Z, Wen B, Xu S, Wang Y, et al. (2011) Human Migration through Bottlenecks from Southeast Asia was known about the purported migrations from Southeast Asia into East Asia and their roles in shaping

Xu, Shuhua

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Determination of the chiral indices (n,m) of carbon nanotubes by electron diffraction  

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allotropes of crystalline carbon and their atomic structures were determined soon after the X-ray diffractionDetermination of the chiral indices (n,m) of carbon nanotubes by electron diffraction Lu-Chang Qin 22nd November 2006 DOI: 10.1039/b614121h The atomic structure of a carbon nanotube can be defined

Qin, Lu-Chang

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Maximum Lq-Likelihood Estimation via the Expectation Maximization Algorithm  

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, where the true model of interest is a mixture of two normal distributions, and the contam- ination of Mixture Models Yichen Qin and Carey E. Priebe Abstract We introduce a maximum Lq-likelihood estimation (MLqE) of mixture models us- ing our proposed expectation maximization (EM) algorithm, namely the EM

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IOP PUBLISHING BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS Biomed. Mater. 5 (2010) 015006 (6pp) doi:10.1088/1748-6041/5/1/015006  

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,3, Sudharshan Venkatesan2, Shankar Kalyanasundaram2 and Qing-Hua Qin2 1 School of Engineering & Physical, pathology [1] and biomaterials science. The ability to remove soft tissues from skeletons without properties of human tooth hard tissue [6, 7], a substance similar to bone but more highly mineralized [8

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APPLICATION OF THE SPECTRAL WAVE MODEL SWAN IN DELAWARE BAY  

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APPLICATION OF THE SPECTRAL WAVE MODEL SWAN IN DELAWARE BAY BY WENTING QIN, JAMES T. KIRBY Grant Program Project Number NOAA SG0507 R/ETE-3 CENTER FOR APPLIED COASTAL RESEARCH Ocean Engineering by the Delaware Sea Grant Program, Project Number NOAA SG0507 R/ETE-3. #12;TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES

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The high-resolution three-dimensional solution structures of the oxidized and reduced states of human thioredoxin  

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of human thioredoxin Jun Qin, G Marius Clore* and Angela M Gronenborn* Laboratory of Chemical Physics chains within the protein core is nearly identical. The conformational change between oxidized, bacteriophages, plants, and mammals have also been isolated and sequenced, and have been found to exhibit between

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Sensors 2011, 11, 3527-3544; doi:10.3390/s110403527 ISSN 1424-8220  

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Qiao-Qin Li 1 , Haigang Gong 1, *, Ming Liu 1 , Mei Yang 2 and Jun Zheng 3 1 School of Computer Science latency in comparison with existing nonuniform node distribution and uniform node distribution strategies. Introduction Due to the benefits of low cost, rapid deployment, self-organization capability and cooperative

Yang, Mei

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NLRP6 Inflammasome Regulates Colonic Microbial Ecology  

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)thatarepresentinthedistalgutmicrobiotaperforms myriad functions that benefit the host (Qin et al., 2010). The mucosal immune system coevolves mucus provide a physical barrier. Epithelial cell lineages, notably the Paneth cell, sense bacterial luminal contents and participate in maintenance of tissue integrity and the initiation of immune responses

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Effect of Varying Composition on Temperature Reconstructions Obtained from Refractive Index  

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the potential for accurately measuring the entire temperature field associated with multidimensional flames temper- ature field associated with multidimensional flames that may be difficult to do using other Measurements in Flames XIAO QIN, XUDONG XIAO, ISHWAR K. PURI,* and SURESH K. AGGARWAL Department of Mechanical

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Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Volume 29, 2002/pp. 15651572 CHARACTERISTICS OF LIFTED TRIPLE FLAMES STABILIZED IN THE  

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OF LIFTED TRIPLE FLAMES STABILIZED IN THE NEAR FIELD OF A PARTIALLY PREMIXED AXISYMMETRIC JET XIAO QIN triple flames in the near field of the burner exit are experimentally and numerically investigated behavior of lifted flames in the far field of a jet, the liftoff height of near-field lifted flames

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This chapter should be cited as: Ciais, P., C. Sabine, G. Bala, L. Bopp, V. Brovkin, J. Canadell, A. Chhabra, R. DeFries, J. Galloway, M. Heimann, C.  

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and P. Thornton, 2013: Carbon and Other Biogeochemical Cycles. In: Cli- mate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Stocker, T.F., D. Qin, G.-K. Plattner, M. Tignor, S.K. Allen, J. Boschung, A

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This chapter should be cited as: Masson-Delmotte, V., M. Schulz, A. Abe-Ouchi, J. Beer, A. Ganopolski, J.F. Gonzlez Rouco, E. Jansen, K. Lambeck,  

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Archives. In: Climate Change 2013:The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Stocker, T.F., D. Qin, G.-K. Plattner, M-Bliesner, T. Quinn, R. Ramesh, M. Rojas, X. Shao and A. Timmermann, 2013: Information from Paleoclimate

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Identification of interfacial parameters in a particle reinforced metal matrix composite Al606110%Al2O3  

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­10%Al2O3 by hybrid method and genetic algorithm X.H. Lin, Y.L. Kang *, Q.H. Qin, D.H. Fu School genetic algorithm (GA). A non-continuum four-node interface element is adopted to simulate the interface Science 32 (2005) 47­56 www.elsevier.com/locate/commatsci * Corresponding author. Tel.: +86

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1132 Current Pharmaceutical Design, 2011, 17, 1132-1139 1381-6128/11 $58.00+.00 2011 Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.  

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specific obesity gene and environment interactions, childhood obesity etiology, metabolic syndrome]. The prevalence of diabetes in China parallels that in the United States, with more than 92 million cases [7 Science Publishers Ltd. Obesity in China: What are the Causes? Karen M. von Deneen1,3 , Qin Wei1 , Jie

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Mining Web Query Hierarchies from Clickthrough Data , Weizhu Chen3  

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Mining Web Query Hierarchies from Clickthrough Data Dou Shen1 , Min Qin2 , Weizhu Chen3 , Qiang Yang1 , Zheng Chen3 1 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong {dshen, qyang Dou Shen and Qiang Yang are supported by a grant from NEC (NECLC05/06.EG01). Copyright c 2007

Yang, Qiang

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Spring 2014 Research Meeting of TCCS List of Attendees  

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Hyoungsu Baek Yang Zhao Schlumberger Garret Flagg Aim´e Fournier Paul Fowler Colin Sayers Evren Yarman Shell Yihua Cai Qin Cao Vanessa Goh Side Jin Michael Kiehn Maksym Kryvohuz Henning Kuehl Xuefeng Shang Mark Lai (Maryland) Jianwei Ma (Harbin) Tip Meckel (BEG) Haizhao Yang (Stanford) Pengliang Yang (Xi

Texas at Austin, University of

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A fast reconstruction algorithm for fluorescence molecular tomography with sparsity  

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Dong Han1 , Jie Tian1,* , Shouping Zhu1 , Jinchao Feng2 , Chenghu Qin1 , Bo Zhang3 , and Xin Yang1 1. P. Yan, S. Bao, Y. Li, W. Liang, and X. Yang, "Multimodality molecular imaging," IEEE Eng. Med. Biol

Tian, Jie

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The First Release of the CSTAR Point Source Catalog from Dome A, Antarctica XU ZHOU,1,2  

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. KULESA,6 J. S. LAWRENCE,3,7,8 GENRONG LIU,4 D. M. LUONG-VAN,3 JUN MA,1 A. M. MOORE,9 WEIJIA QIN,10,5 JIANGHUA WU,1 ZHENYU WU,1 LIRONG XIA,4 JUN YAN,1,2 JI YANG,5 HUIGEN YANG,10 XIANGYAN YUAN,2,4 D. YORK,12

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SECURITY AND COMMUNICATION NETWORKS Security Comm. Networks 2010; 00:113  

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ARTICLE Location-Preserved Contention Based Routing in VANETs Q. Yang1 , A. Lim2 , X.J. Ruan3 , X. Qin2, contention based routing, vehicular networks Correspondence Qing Yang, EPS 357, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717, USA. E-mail: qing.yang@cs.montana.edu Received . . . 1. INTRODUCTION The proliferation

Qin, Xiao

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Elastoplastic mechanics of porous materials with varied inner pressures  

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-Sheng Yang a, , Xiao-Hui Yan a , Qing-Hua Qin b a Department of Engineering Mechanics, Beijing University 67396333. E-mail address: qsyang@bjut.edu.cn (Q.-S. Yang). Mechanics of Materials 73 (2014) 58­75 Contents

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crystallization communications 68 doi:10.1107/S2053230X1303241X Acta Cryst. (2014). F70, 6871  

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-Mg/Pi carrier SCaMC1 Qin Yang,* Sven Bru�schweiler and James J. Chou* Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02115, USA Correspondence e-mail: yang and many more (Clapham, 2007; Yang & Doublie�, 2011). During the study of mitochondrial permeability

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Polynomial spline confidence bands for time series trend Q. Shao a,n  

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author. E-mail addresses: qin.shao@utoledo.edu (Q. Shao), yanglijian@suda.edu.cn, yang@stt.msu.edu (LPolynomial spline confidence bands for time series trend Q. Shao a,n , L. Yang b,c,1 a Department. Yang). 1 His research was supported by NSF awards DMS 0706518 and DMS 1007594, and funding from

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The Astronomical Journal, 140:602611, 2010 August doi:10.1088/0004-6256/140/2/602 C 2010. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.  

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Liu5 , D. M. Luong-Van4 , Jun Ma1 , A. M. Moore9 , C. R. Pennypacker10 , Weijia Qin11 , Zhaohui Shang , Jianghua Wu1 , Zhenyu Wu1 , Lirong Xia5 , Jun Yan1,3 , Ji Yang3 , Huigen Yang11 , Yongqiang Yao1 , Xiangyan% of the time (Yang et al. 2010).

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Germanium Nanowire Growth via Simple Vapor Transport  

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Germanium Nanowire Growth via Simple Vapor Transport Yiying Wu and Peidong Yang* Department, S. Chem. Mater. 1997, 9, 1819. (16) Yang, P.; Lieber, C. M. Science 1996, 273, 1836. (17) Grobert, N.; Zhang, L. D.; Mo, C. M.; Zhang, S. Y.; Qin, Y.; Feng, S. P.; Li, H. J. J. Mater. Res. 199

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Palladium-Catalyzed Hydrogenation DOI: 10.1002/anie.200600263  

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­TangPhos- Catalyzed Hydrogenation of N-Tosylimines** Qin Yang, Gao Shang, Wenzhong Gao, Jingen Deng, and Xumu Zhang hydrogenation catalysts for the reduction of N-tosylimines, we have explored this trans- [*] Q. Yang, G. Shang Building, University Park, PA 16802 (USA) Fax: (+1)814-863-8403 E-mail: xumu@chem.psu.edu Q. Yang, Prof. J

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ORIGINAL PAPER MODIS/Terra observed snow cover over the Tibet Plateau  

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and Shukla 1976; Dickson 1984; Yang 1996). Snow cover and glacier over the TP also respond to global warming, thus it is an important issue in climate change studies (Qin et al. 2006). Moreover, the seasonal snow et al. 1985; Dickson 1984; Parthasarathy and Yang 1995; Yang 1996; Sankar- Rao et al. 1996

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Student Name Advisor Aguilar, Joan Mease  

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, Alejandra Samuelsen Chen, Qin Samuelsen Chen, Yang Chiang, Po-Han Chien, Alice Dunn-Rankin Cinar, Renee GSS Li, Chen Li, Juyi Lin, Yichen Lin, Yu-Wei Rupert Liu, Shiyu Liu, Yang McCarthy Lu, Yi-Chang Ludy

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Accepted for Publication in Control Engineering Practice, 2004 Modelling Valve Stiction 1  

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oscillations in chemical plants (Qin, 1998; Thorn- hill et al., 2003a; Thornhill et al., 2003b). The presence. Shoukat Choudhury a N. F. Thornhill b and S.L. Shah a,2 aDepartment of Chemical and Materials Engineering-780- 492-2881 Preprint submitted to Elsevier Preprint #12;1 Introduction A typical chemical plant has

Alberta, University of

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JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE: MATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS 12 (2001) 667673 Nonlinear analysis of plastic ball grid array  

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of plastic ball grid array solder joints CHENG YAN1*, QING-HUA QIN1 , YIU-WING MAI1,2 1 Centre of Advanced Materials Technology, School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering J07, The University- match in the coef®cients of thermal expansion (CTE) between the silicon die, solder alloy and substrate

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Semiparametric likelihood ratio confidence intervals for various differences of two populations  

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Recently Qin (1994) has combined the empirical likelihood ideas and the parametric likelihood method to construct confidence intervals for the difference of two population means in a semi-parametric model, in which one model is parametric and the other is nonparametric. In this paper, we construct confidence intervals for various differences of two populations in the semi-parametric model. The results are

Yong Song Qin

1997-01-01

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, MANUSCRIPT ID 1 Efficient Data Migration to Conserve Energy  

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traces show that EESDC can save up to 28.13%-29.33% energy consumption for typical streaming media traces to Conserve Energy in Streaming Media Storage Systems Yunpeng Chai, Zhihui Du, Member, IEEE, David A. Bader, Fellow, IEEE, and Xiao Qin, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract--Reducing energy consumption has been

Bader, David A.

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Decentralized Diagnosis of Event-Driven Systems for Safely Reacting to Failures  

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Decentralized Diagnosis of Event-Driven Systems for Safely Reacting to Failures Wenbin Qiu, Qin Wen, as well as for on-line diagnosis using them. Index Terms-- Discrete-event systems, Fault diagnosis, Safety of a decentralized set of diagnosers as well as the on-line diagnosis using them is also of polynomial complexity. I

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Ping Situ - The Tianyige Library: A Symbol of the Continuity of Chinese Culture - Library Trends 55:3  

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The Tianyige (TYG) Library is the most ancient private library still in existence in China. It is also the oldest private library in Asia and one of the three earliest private libraries in the world. It was built between 1561 and 1566 by the Defense Minister Fan Qin during the Ming Dynasty. TYG witnessed the glories and the turmoil of

Ping Situ

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Anion controlled 2D assembly of a LaCu cation array and its unusual magnetic properties  

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series.2,3 On the other hand, geometrically frustrated two-dimensional systems with triangular or kagomeAnion controlled 2D assembly of a La­Cu cation array and its unusual magnetic properties Qin-De Liu Laboratory of Rare Earth Materials Chemistry and Applications & PKU-HKU Joint Laboratory on Rare Earth

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An updated astronomical timescale for the Plio-Pleistocene deposits from South China Sea and new insights into Asian monsoon evolution  

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insights into Asian monsoon evolution Hong Ao a,b,*, Mark J. Dekkers c , Li Qin d , Guoqiao Xiao e a State Asian monsoon Pliocene Pleistocene a b s t r a c t Here we present an improved astronomical timescale Asian summer monsoon record (hematite to goethite content ratio, Hm/Gt) and a parallel benthic d18 O

Utrecht, Universiteit

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Collusion-Resistant Query Anonymization for Location-Based Services  

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Collusion-Resistant Query Anonymization for Location-Based Services Qin Zhang and Loukas Lazos Dept}@email.arizona.edu Abstract--We address the problem of anonymizing user queries when accessing location-based services. We design a novel location and query anonymization protocol called MAZE that preserves the user privacy

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A report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change  

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A report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Summary Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M abundance of greenhouse gases and aerosols, in solar radiation and in land surface properties alter

Callender, Craig

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Structure of wood extract colloids and effect of CaCl2 on the molecular mobility  

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-layered model for the colloid structure for both pinus and spruce wood extracts has been proposed (Qin et alStructure of wood extract colloids and effect of CaCl2 on the molecular mobility Roland Lee, Karen J. Turro KEYWORDS: Wood resin, Pitch, Colloid structure, Electron paramagnetic resonance

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Free Boundary, High Beta Equilibrium in a Large Aspect Ratio Tokamak with Nearly  

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Free Boundary, High Beta Equilibrium in a Large Aspect Ratio Tokamak with Nearly Circular Plasma Boundary H. Qin A. Reiman September 25, 1996 Abstract An analytic solution is obtained for free. In the absence of surface currents at the plasma­vacuum in­ terface, the free­boundary equilibrium solution

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Free Boundary, High Beta Equilibrium in a Large Aspect Ratio Tokamak with Nearly  

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Free Boundary, High Beta Equilibrium in a Large Aspect Ratio Tokamak with Nearly Circular Plasma Boundary H. Qin A. Reiman September 25, 1996 Abstract An analytic solution is obtained for free. In the absence of surface currents at the plasma-vacuum in- terface, the free-boundary equilibrium solution

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Proceedings ASCE International Water Resources Engineering Conference August 8-12, 1999, Seattle, WA  

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, scott@eas.pdx.edu, http://www.ce.pdx.edu/~wellss Qout z Qin x Two-dimensional x-z hydrodynamics w u g the limitation of not solving for the velocity field in the stratified, reservoir system, any point source inputs of hydrostatic pressure for the z-momentum equation. In sloping channels, this assumption is not always valid

Wells, Scott A.

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FES-Induced Muscular Torque Prediction with Evoked EMG Synthesized by NARX-Type Recurrent Neural Network  

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stimulation (FES) is able to restore motor function of spinal cord injured (SCI) patients. To make adaptive technique to help spinal cord injured (SCI) patients restore their motor functions, since muscle contrac Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology under JSPS postdoc program. Email: qin. zhang

Boyer, Edmond

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Converge-Cast with MIMO , Xinbing Wang3  

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Converge-Cast with MIMO Luoyi Fu1 , Yi Qin2 , Xinbing Wang3 , Xue Liu4 1,2,3 Depart. of Electronic, called converge-cast, where each of the n nodes in the network act as a destination with k ran- domly two many-to-one cooperative schemes under converge-cast for both static and mobile ad hoc networks

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Rock Mech. Rock Engng. (2006) 39 (1), 5976 DOI 10.1007/s00603-005-0049-4  

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surface is assumed to be planar and is a combination of two media: medium 1 is elastic-brittle or strain-hardening and medium 2 is strain-softening. The shear stress-strain constitutive model for the strain-softening medium by Qin et al. (2001b), in which the shear stress-strain constitutive model for medium 2 was described

Jiao, Jiu Jimmy

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Simulation of GeSi intermixing during heteroepitaxy Richard J. Wagner* and Erdogan Gulari  

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by high-resolution Ruther- ford backscattering spectroscopy, finding Ge mixed as deep as the fourth layer. However, many experimental studies have shown some de- gree of intermixing. Qin et al. detected mixing. METHODS We model the growth of Ge on Si at the atomic scale. Construction begins with the crystal

Gulari, Erdogan

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Biocomplexity Analysis of Alternative Biomass Routes for Power Generation: Environmental, Economic, and Technical Assessment  

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valuable for soil stabilization, erosion control and is used as a windbreak. In order to be profitable, and Technical Assessment Xiaoyun Qin, Tanya Mohan, Mahmoud El-Halwagi Department of Chemical Engineering Gerald to increase the stability of rural incomes. 3. An enhanced desire for a cleaner environment and a move

McCarl, Bruce A.

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Soil fungicides in relation to cotton seedling disease at various temperature levels  

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Li Pathageaiaity af g~~ ~ on the potato as affeateC by soiI~eapsra~re, Jour Agria. Ree. 21: 459-482 192li 15. Shapnveicv, Mi Shat is "sore-shin "v Phgtcyath. 18 F81. 1928 (Abetr. ). 14. Vasudeva, R. S. Studies on the root rot disease of cotton... Li Pathageaiaity af g~~ ~ on the potato as affeateC by soiI~eapsra~re, Jour Agria. Ree. 21: 459-482 192li 15. Shapnveicv, Mi Shat is "sore-shin "v Phgtcyath. 18 F81. 1928 (Abetr. ). 14. Vasudeva, R. S. Studies on the root rot disease of cotton...

Ranney, Carleton David

2012-06-07

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Botanical and chemical composition of sheep diets on two grazing systems in the Edwards Plateau  

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) (&) Tasaj illo Algerita Sacahuista Live oak Juniper Cactus Yucca Shin oak ~te Kidneywood Catclaw acaci Elbowbush Ha~ Condalia Littleleaf Grape No browse 4 9 10 3 11 18 5 1 9 2 1 1 5 1 &1 &1 0 20 1 10 9 13 5 lj 1 7 11...) (&) Tasaj illo Algerita Sacahuista Live oak Juniper Cactus Yucca Shin oak ~te Kidneywood Catclaw acaci Elbowbush Ha~ Condalia Littleleaf Grape No browse 4 9 10 3 11 18 5 1 9 2 1 1 5 1 &1 &1 0 20 1 10 9 13 5 lj 1 7 11...

Robinson, Cheryl Lee

2012-06-07

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Spelling English Words: Contributions of Phonological, Morphological and Orthographic Knowledge in Speakers of English and Chinese  

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. There are friends I have made with whom I am glad to have shared the graduate school experience (to name just a few): Barbara Conway, Susan Skidmore, Injeong Jo, Erin Washburn, Yi-chun Liu, Beverly Alford, Jeeyoung Shin, Renata Burgess-Brigham and Shuang Wu.... There are friends I have made with whom I am glad to have shared the graduate school experience (to name just a few): Barbara Conway, Susan Skidmore, Injeong Jo, Erin Washburn, Yi-chun Liu, Beverly Alford, Jeeyoung Shin, Renata Burgess-Brigham and Shuang Wu...

Zhao, Jing

2011-08-08

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JournalofGeophysicalResearch: SolidEarth RESEARCH ARTICLE  

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-Rayleigh and supershear ruptures show substantial asymmetry between the hanging and footwall, with the hanging wall metropolitan centers around the globe. Furthermore, the tsunamis generated from thrust faults threaten millions, 1996; Shin and Teng, 2001] indicate that the ground motion on the hanging wall is typically

Rosakis, Ares J.

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RESEARCH Open Access Decoding the massive genome of loblolly pine  

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, Pedro J Mart�nez-Garc�a1 , Hans A Vasquez-Gross1 , Brian Y Lin1 , Jacob J Zieve1 , William M Dougherty2 , Sara Fuentes-Soriano6 , Le-Shin Wu7 , Don Gilbert6 , Guillaume Mar�ais3 , Michael Roberts3 , Carson

Yandell, Mark

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Statement of Facts for 1975 City-Wide Mock Trial Competitions. Georgia Floyd, Individually and as Parent and Next Friend of Minor, Nelson Floyd v. Fix-It Home Remodeling, Inc. and Sam Baldwin.  

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Prepared by the District of Columbia Street Law Project for its annual city-wide mock trial competition, this instructional handout provides material for a civil trial over a claim for damages. During an argument, a friend pushed Nelson Floyd against the railing of a porch. Falling onto the concrete below, Nelson was injured with a broken shin

National Inst. for Citizen Education in the Law, Washington, DC.

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JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY, VOL. 5, NO. 8, AUGUST 2009 335 Design Optimization of Reflective Polarizers for  

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Polarizers for LCD Backlight Recycling Yan Li, Thomas X. Wu, Senior Member, IEEE, and Shin-Tson Wu, Fellow polarizers for recycling the back- light of liquid crystal displays. Factors affecting the Bragg reflec- tion efficiency of LCDs is an urgent issue. Backlight recycling using a reflective polarizer improves the optical

Wu, Shin-Tson

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FLOOR HOCKEY RULES -MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CO-REC Each player must present his/her valid UMass UCard to participate in each and every intramural contest.  

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FLOOR HOCKEY RULES - MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CO-REC Each player must present his/her valid UMass UCard the floor hockey sticks which are provided and wear a helmet at all times. Helmets will be provided to those, elbow pads, knee pads and mouth guards are optional, but strongly recommended (Plastic ice hockey shin

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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Athletes' leg pains  

Microsoft Academic Search

The frequency and nature of exertion pains of the leg in athletes were studied in 2,750 cases of overuse injuries treated at the Sports Clinic of the Deaconess Institute of Oulu, Finland, during the years 1972-1977. 465 cases of exertion pain (18%) were located in the shin. The medial tibial syndrome was the most common overuse injury among these athletes,

S. Orava; J. Puranen

1979-01-01

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Chronic Anterior Exertional Compartment Syndrome - A conservative clinical pathway for CAECS  

Microsoft Academic Search

Chronic anterior exertional compartment syndrome (CAECS) is one differential diagnosis of shin pain. Neither the pathophysiology, nor the etiology is clearly understood. Current theories are discussed and a number of pathomechanical etiologies are proposed. Surgery appears to be the most definitive treatment with few conservative modalities discussed in the literature. For this reason a conservative clinical pathway has been developed

Steve Manning

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The Relationship between Small Pulmonary Vascular Alteration and  

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Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Quantitative CT Analysis Shin Matsuoka, MD, PhD, Tsuneo Yamashiro, MD. Washko, MD Rationale and Objectives: The relationship between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a systemic inflammatory disorder (1­4) in which inflammation may

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glaciers. Barring a rapprochement on the Siachen military issue, the scientists intend to  

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, and drug discovery will increase," says Shin-Ichi Nishikawa, a stem cell researcher at the RIKEN Center declared a long-awaited Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning System to be "up and running," pointing at 25 new seismic stations, three deep-ocean buoys, and 24 national information centers for distributing advisories

Valero-Cuevas, Francisco

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Environmental correlates of tree biomass, basal area, wood specific  

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density gradients in Borneo's tropical forestsgeb_489 50..60 J. W. F. Slik1 *, Shin-Ichiro Aiba2 , Francis their spatial patterns in an Asian tropical forest. Location Borneo, Southeast Asia. Methods We combined stem density, basal area, community wood density and AGB data from 83 locations in Borneo with an environmental

Slik, Ferry

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Protein Functional Class Prediction with a Combined Graph  

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Protein Functional Class Prediction with a Combined Graph Hyunjung Shin1,2 , Koji Tsuda1, Japan Abstract. In bioinformatics, there exist multiple descriptions of graphs for the same set of genes or proteins. For instance, in yeast systems, graph edges can represent different relationships such as protein

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Resource Scheduling through Resource-Aware Simulation  

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in determining the efficiency and cost of many systems. However, determining an optimal set of resources, variability in the characteristics of the involved resources (especially the human resources), and the complexResource Scheduling through Resource-Aware Simulation of Emergency Departments Seung Yeob Shin

Brun, Yuriy

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Available at www.sciencedirect.com journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/watres  

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Received in revised form 19 December 2005 Accepted 16 January 2006 Keywords: Biohydrogen production Animal rights reserved. 1. Introduction Bacterial hydrogen production via fermentation has the potential., 2004), food wastes (Kim et al., 2004; Zhu et al., 2002; Han and Shin, 2004), and animal (Angenent et al

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Healthy Super Mario: Tap Your Stomach and Shout for Active Healthcare  

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Healthy Super Mario: Tap Your Stomach and Shout for Active Healthcare Jaewook Jung, Shin Kang, Hanbit Park and Minsoo Hahn Digital Media Laboratory, KAIST, 517-10 Dogok-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135 interface, Interaction style, Active healthcare. 1 Introduction A physical dysfunction has been occurred

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Influence of curing temperature and high birefringence on the properties of polymer-  

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temperature effect on the performance of polymer-stabilized liquid crystals at =1550 nm. The curingInfluence of curing temperature and high birefringence on the properties of polymer- stabilized liquid crystals Fang Du, Sebastian Gauza, and Shin-Tson Wu School of Optics/CREOL, University of Central

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Tunable photonic devices based on the temperature dependent photonic band gap in chiral nematic liquid crystals  

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Tunable photonic devices based on the temperature dependent photonic band gap in chiral nematic liquid crystals Yuhua Huang, Ying Zhou, and Shin-Tson Wu College of Optics and Photonics, University of the left-handed chiral dopant ZLI-811 mixed in a nematic liquid crystal (LC) host BL006. The solubility

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Accident Report Form Victim's Name  

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: Transported By: First Aid By: Witness Phone: Method of Transportation: ID# Male Female Time of Injury: am/Scrape Sprain Strain Nose Bleed Loss of Consciousness Other: Foot Ankle Shin Knee Hamstring Quadracepts Groin Finger L R L R Possible Nature of Injury Check Part of Body Injured Place an "X" on Injured Area Release

Amin, S. Massoud

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Grand Challenges in Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering  

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· Nucleation and growth of dendrite and solid electrolyte interphase in Li-battery systems PI: Young-Shin Jun via improved analysis of the fate and transport of contaminants over the nano- to km-length scale)oxides nanoparticles. · Biomineralization and bio-inspired chemistry for new and improved materials development

Subramanian, Venkat

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Generalized Steady-state Analysis of Multiphase Interleaved Boost Converter with Coupled Inductors  

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interleaved boost converter with coupled inductors H.-B. Shin, J.-G. Park, S.-K. Chung, H.-W. Lee and T with coupled inductors operated in continuous inductor current mode is addressed. The analytical expressions are also derived for various inductor couplings and the characteristics are analysed according

Lipo, Thomas

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Liquid Crystals ISSN 0267-8292 print/ISSN 1366-5855 online # 2004 Taylor & Francis Ltd http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals  

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for colour-sequential displays [1], polarization-based stereoscopic 3D display [2] and fibre-optic communicaLiquid Crystals ISSN 0267-8292 print/ISSN 1366-5855 online # 2004 Taylor & Francis Ltd http nematic liquid crystal cell QIONG-HUA WANG, THOMAS X. WU{, XINYU ZHU and SHIN-TSON WU* School of Optics

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Genet. Sel. Evol. 34 (2002) 597611 597 INRA, EDP Sciences, 2002  

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are the Muscovy (Cairina Moschata) drake and the Common duck (Anas Platyrhynchos) dam [14,35]. These two genera do Original article Selection responses for the number of fertile eggs of the Brown Tsaiya duck (Anas platyrhynchos) after a single artificial insemination with pooled Muscovy (Cairina moschata) semen Yu Shin CHENG

Boyer, Edmond

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Owen, R.B., Sandhu, N., 2000. Heavy metal accumulation and anthro-pogenic impacts on Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 40,  

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pollution. In: Ruivo, M. (Ed.), Marine Pollution and Sea Life. Fishing News Books, London, UK, pp. 203, p. 349. Shin, P.K.S., Lam, W.K.C., 2001. Development of a marine sediment pollution index. Environ, Hong Kong. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 40, 174­180. Park, Y.-U, Paeung, W.-H., Hyun, S., 2004. Geochemical

Yu, K.N.

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High temperature-gradient refractive index liquid crystals  

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High temperature-gradient refractive index liquid crystals Jun Li, Sebastian Gauzia, and Shin of the ordinary refractive index ( dTdno / ) of liquid crystals. To achieve a large dTdno / , high birefringence exemplary liquid crystal mixtures, designated as UCF-1 and UCF-2, and compared their physical properties

Wu, Shin-Tson

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The Nuclear Dependence of Structure Function Ratios from Unpolarized Deep Inelastic Scattering  

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: Professor of Physics #12; Acknowledgments This work would not be possible without help from many people. I by Taeksu Shin M.S. in Physics, Hampton University August 1993 Submitted to the Department of Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Department of Physics January 23, 2000 Certified

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SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIES SHAFFER ART BUILDING SYRACUSE, NY 13244 TEL: 315.443.4097 FAX: 315.443.9225 EMAIL: SUART@SYR.EDU SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY  

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.1576 Toshusai Sharaku Japanese active 1794-1795 Kabuki Actor on silver background designed c 1795 color woodcut: The Print Study Room UKIYO -E to SHIN HANGA Japanese Woodcuts in the Syracuse University Art Collection September 5, 2013 ­ May 11, 2014 HOSODA EISH? (CH?K?SAI) Japanese [Woman] designed c1800 color woodcut 15 5

Mather, Patrick T.

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Activation energy and entropy of dynamic fatigue of pristine silica optical fibers  

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Activation energy and entropy of dynamic fatigue of pristine silica optical fibers Yunn-Shin Shiue rate by reducing the free energy of the activated complex. In principal, the stress changes both the activation enthalpy (energy) and entropy; however, the influence of stress on entropy has generally been

Matthewson, M. John

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On-line sensing and modeling of mechanical impedance in robotic food processing  

Microsoft Academic Search

Measurement of mechanical impedance is useful in robotic food processing. In cutting meat, fish, and other inhomogeneous objects by means of a robotic cutter, for instance, it is useful to sense the transition regions between soft meat, hard meat, fat, shin, and bone. Product quality and yield can be improved through this, by accurately separating the desired product from the

C. W. de Silva; J. H. Gut

1995-01-01

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Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Social Media (SocialNLP), pages 3843, Dublin, Ireland, August 24 2014.  

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Hsinchu, Taiwan kid.a.rgueta@gmail.com Yi-Shin Chen National Tsing Hua University No. 101, Section 2, location, and language. They represent, for people and businesses, a potential opportunity to understand opinionated data in multiple languages could highlight a global trend around a target query. This is desirable

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Late-Stage Immature Neocortical Neurons Reconstruct Interhemispheric Connections and Form Synaptic Contacts  

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. Fricker-Gates, Jennifer J. Shin, Cindy C. Tai, Lisa A. Catapano, and Jeffrey D. Macklis Division cortex undergoing targeted apoptotic degeneration of layer II/III and V CPNs. Two weeks after weeks after transplantation, compared with 23 7% of E17 neurons. A greater percentage of E19-derived

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74 JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY, VOL. 9, NO. 2, FEBRUARY 2013 Fringe-Field Switching with a Negative Dielectric Anisotropy Liquid Crystal  

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of driving electronics; 3) the electro-optic effects are sensitive to the cell gap, and 4) a small with a Negative Dielectric Anisotropy Liquid Crystal Yuan Chen, Zhenyue Luo, Fenglin Peng, and Shin-Tson Wu, Fellow, IEEE Abstract--We report a high performance negative dielectric anisotropy liquid crystal

Wu, Shin-Tson

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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS updated September, 2013  

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. Hyde, Shin-Won Mun, Michael O'Keeffe and Davide M. Proserpio, "Nets with collisions (unstable nets Delgado-Friedrichs, Stephen T. Hyde and Michael O'Keeffe, "Minimal nets and minimal minimal surfaces two aqueous network domains", Faraday Discuss. 161, 215-247 10.1039/C2FD20112G (2013) (12_2) ·Toen

Hyde, Stephen

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1316 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 36, NO. 4, AUGUST 2008 Schlieren Imaging of Flow Actuation Produced  

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comprises the supersonic free stream flowing parallel to a flat plate and abruptly turned by a 30 wedge Actuation Produced by Direct-Current Surface Glow Discharge in Supersonic Flows Jichul Shin, Noel T. Clemens. Index Terms--DC sheath, dc surface discharge, electrostatic force, plasma actuation, supersonic flow

Raja, Laxminarayan L.

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10-35-02-08 '10-02 Vol. 35 No. 2 Amplitude and Phase Variant SLM Scheme for  

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, PAPR . . SLM OFDM . (1) (phase shift keying; PSK) QAM 10-35-02-08 '10-02 Vol. 35 No. 2 203 *, *, *, ** Amplitude and Phase Members, Jong-Seon No*, Dong-Joon Shin** Lifelong Members (amplitude and phase variant SLM

No, Jong-Seon

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Inference and Analysis of Formal Models of Botnet Command and Control Protocols  

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Domagoj Babi´c Eui Chul Richard Shin Dawn Song University of California, Berkeley {chiayuan, includ- ing finding the weakest links in a protocol, uncovering protocol design flaws, inferring.1 [Computation by Abstract Devices]: Models of Compu- tation--automata; I.2.6 [Artificial Intelligence]: Learning--con

Song, Dawn

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a Review of the Method of Moho Fold Estimation  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We review the method of Moho fold estimation and its validation introduced in the recently published papers by Shin et al.(2009, 2007) and by Jin et al.(1994). The Tibetan Plateau, the study area of the papers, is greatly affected by heavy compression between Eurasian and Indian Plates and consequently has particular deformation structures related with the tectonic collisional environment, including possible buckling of very deep Moho. The recent method suggested by Shin et al.(2009) enables one to reveal the three-dimensional structure of the Moho fold and to validate it in direction, amplitude, and wavelength of the fold by comparing with other geophysical (e.g. an elastic plate model under horizontal loading) or geodetic (e.g. current crustal movement by GPS) evidences. We also review the several particular features of the Moho fold beneath Tibet. Finally, in the viewpoint of Moho fold estimation, we present a comparison of the recent global gravity models; both of satellite-based models (GGM03S, EIGEN-5S, ITG-GRACE2010S, GOCO01S, and GO_CONS_GCF_2DIR) and combination models including terrestrial gravimetry (GGM03C, EIGEN-5C, EGM2008, EIGEN-GL04C, and EIGEN51C). Reference: [1] Jin, Y. et al., 1994, Nature, 371, 669-674. [2] Shin, Y. H. et al., 2009, Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L01302, doi:10.1029/2008GL036068. [3] Shin, Y. H. et al., 2007, Geophysical Journal International, 170, 971-985.

Shin, Y.; Lim, M.; Park, Y.; Rim, H.

2010-12-01

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON IMAGE PROCESSING, VOL. ?, NO. ?, ? 2011 1 High-quality Reflection Separation  

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a polarizer in front of the camera lens to filter out the polarized light coming from reflection. However using Polarized Images Naejin Kong Yu-Wing Tai Sung Yong Shin Abstract--In this paper, we deal of multiple polarized images captured from the same view point but with different polarizer angles. The output

Kim, Dae-Shik

429

CFTSIM-ITER dynamic fuel cycle model  

Microsoft Academic Search

Dynamic system models have been developed for specific tritium systems with considerable detail and for integrated fuel cycles with lesser detail (e.g. D. Holland, B. Merrill, Analysis of tritium migration and deposition in fusion reactor systems, Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium Eng. Problems of Fusion Research, October (1981); M.A. Abdou, E. Vold, C. Gung, M. Youssef, K. Shin, DT fuel

A. Busigin; P. Gierszewski

1998-01-01

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18 8 2007 8 2007-18-8-19 Performance Improvement for 2-D Scattering Center Extraction and  

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18 8 2007 8 2007-18-8-19 984 2 ISAR Performance Improvement for 2-D Scattering Center Extraction and ISAR Image Formation for a Target in Radar Target Recognition Seung Yong ShinHo LimNoh Hoon Myung 2 2 ISAR(Inverse SAR) . 2 ISAR 2-D IFFT (Inverse Fast Fourier

Myung, Noh-Hoon

431

SRAM Design in Fully-Depleted SOI Technology Borivoje Nikoli, 1  

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SRAM Design in Fully-Depleted SOI Technology *1 Borivoje Nikoli, 1 Changhwan Shin, 1 Min Hee Cho, 1 increase in variability is a challenge for SRAM scaling into sub-22nm nodes, and presents an opportunity device simulations is used to estimate six-transistor SRAM cell performance and yield metrics. I

Nikolic, Borivoje

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SRAM Cell Design Considerations for SOI Technology Tsu-Jae King Liu, 1  

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SRAM Cell Design Considerations for SOI Technology *1 Tsu-Jae King Liu, 1 Changhwan Shin, 1 Min Hee length). Compact modeling is then used to estimate six-transistor SRAM cell performance metrics. Although) is scaled down below 30 nm [3]. Increased transistor mismatch results in lower SRAM cell yield, and hence

Nikolic, Borivoje

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Quasi-Output-Buffered Switches Cheng-Shang Chang, Fellow, IEEE, Jay Cheng, Senior Member, IEEE,  

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1 Quasi-Output-Buffered Switches Cheng-Shang Chang, Fellow, IEEE, Jay Cheng, Senior Member, IEEE, Duan-Shin Lee, Senior Member, IEEE, and Chi-Feung Wu Abstract--It is well known that output-buffered switches have better performance than other switch architectures. However, output-buffered switches also

Chang, Cheng-Shang

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Mobile Robot Localization and Mapping by Scan Matching using Laser Reflection Intensity of the SOKUIKI Sensor  

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example of dead reckoning. Other examples of dead reckoning use gyros and acceleration sensors of the SOKUIKI Sensor *HARA Yoshitaka, KAWATA Hirohiko, OHYA Akihisa, YUTA Shin'ichi Intelligent Robot Laboratory Intensity obtained by a laser range scanner named "SOKUIKI sensor". Compared with conventional scan matching

Ohya, Akihisa

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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 1. AIAA Member; Senior Research Scientist  

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technologies for the Air Separation Module (ASM) include pressure swing adsorption, hollow fiber membrane. Principal Research Scientist DETECTION OF EXPLOSIVE MIXTURES IN THE ULLAGE OF AIRCRAFT FUEL TANKS Shin 87505 Sensors for detecting explosive mixtures in the ullage of aircraft fuel tanks along with inerting

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SUMOylation of Blimp-1 is critical for plasma cell differentiation  

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SUMOylation of Blimp-1 is critical for plasma cell differentiation Hsia-Yuan Ying1,2, Shin-Tang Su1-1) is a master regulator of plasma cell differentiation. Here we show that Blimp-1 is covalently modified by SUMO1 at lysine 816, a modification mediated by SUMO E3 ligase PIAS1. Mutation of Blimp-1

Tsai, Ming-Daw

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Effect lines for specifying animation effects Yoshikazu Kato, Etsuya Shibayama  

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of Mathematical and Computing Sciences Tokyo Institute of Technology 2-12-1, O-okayama, Meguro, Tokyo 152-8552, Japan. {yoshika0, etsuya}@is.titech.ac.jp Shin Takahashi Department of Computer Science / TARA Center developed a prototype animation authoring sys- tem. Using this system, the user can create various anima

Takahashi, Shin

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Recognizing Movement Injuries in Children.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes five common youth sport injuries: Little League elbow, swimmer's shoulder, shin splints, Osgood's Schlatters disease, and jumper's knee, also noting their corresponding causes, behavioral symptoms, treatment techniques, and prevention strategies. The information is intended to help teachers identify sports injuries more readily and

Williams, Biff; Marston, Rip

2001-01-01

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N-Acylsulfonamide Linker Activation by Pd-Catalyzed Allylation  

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) Qiang, H.; Quan, L.; Zheng, B. Z. Prog. Chem. 2004, 16, 236-242. (2) Kenner, G. W.; McDermott, J. R. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 11369-11374. (6) Shin, Y.; Winans, K. A.; Backes, B. J.; Kent, S. B. H.; Link, A. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 2005, 13, 585-599. (5) Ingenito, R.; Bianchi, E.; Fattori, D.; Pessi, A. J

Kiessling, Laura

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Sports Related Warm up and Stretching Activities Prior and After the Event.  

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muscles primarily and the anterior shin muscles secondarily. Run the bases ­ 2 laps The first run around as if you had hit the ball and are running the bases. #12;Softball Sports Related Warm up and Stretching Activities Prior and After the Event. Shoulder

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RELATIVE IMPORTANCE TO SULFATE PRODUCTION OF OXIDATION PATHWAYS AND CLOUDS AS PREDICTED BY THE REGIONAL ACID DEPOSITION MODEL  

EPA Science Inventory

Recent investigations into the oxidation of S(IV) to S(VI) in the aqueous phase have suggested that clouds play a major role in to production of sulfate in the troposphere (McHenry and Dennis, 1991; Hegg and Hobbs, 1981; Hegg, 1985; Shin and Carmichael, 1992). loud production of ...

442

A Strategic and Integrated Labor Market Approach: Essential to Overcome the Crisis and to Assist Structural Adjustment  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Comparing the papers on the Korean and the U.S. situations leads to interesting conclusions. Cho and Shin argue that the recent crisis did not create huge problems in the labor market because Korea was firstly in a fundamentally sound economic situation and secondly took adequate anti-crisis measures, in particular by stabilizing internal demand.

Caspar, Sigried; Hartwig, Ines; Moench, Barbara

2012-01-01

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PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ARTICLE This article was downloaded by: [University of Central Florida  

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, a low frequency voltage is applied to reorient the LC directors and a high frequency voltage to restore://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713644168 High Birefringence and Low Crossover Frequency Dual-Frequency Liquid Crystals Qiong Song, Xianyu, Haiqing, Gauza, Sebastian and Wu, Shin-Tson(2008)'High Birefringence and Low Crossover Frequency

Wu, Shin-Tson

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Test Data Regeneration : Generating New Test Data from Existing Test Data  

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Test Data Regeneration : Generating New Test Data from Existing Test Data Shin Yoo, Mark Harman the automated generation of additional test cases. This paper introduces search-based test data regeneration of both efficiency and effectiveness. The empirical evaluation shows that test data regeneration can be up

Singer, Jeremy

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Expression of a Novel Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Gene and a paired-like Homeobox Gene Provides Evidence of Differences in Patterning at the Oral and Aboral Ends of Hydra  

Microsoft Academic Search

Axial patterning of the aboral end of the hydra body column was examined using expression data from two genes. One, shin guard, is a novel receptor protein-tyrosine kinase gene expressed in the ectoderm of the peduncle, the end of the body column adjacent to the basal disk. The other gene, manacle, is a paired-like homeobox gene expressed in differentiating basal

Diane M. Bridge; Nicholas A. Stover; Robert E. Steele

2000-01-01

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mtDNAmanager: a Web-based tool for the management and quality analysis of mitochondrial  

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and comparisons with existing mtDNA haplotypes were proposed for preventing mtDNA errors [4,5]. In particular , Kyoung-Jin Shin1* 1 Department of Forensic Medicine and Brain Korea 21 Project for Medical Science For the past few years, scientific controversy has surrounded the large number of errors in forensic

Cho, Sung-Bae

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Modeling the rupture process of the 2003 September 25 Tokachi-Oki (Hokkaido) earthquake using 1-Hz GPS data  

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GPS data Shin'ichi Miyazaki,1,2 Kristine M. Larson,3 Kyuhong Choi,3 Kazuhito Hikima,1 Kazuki Koketsu,1 3 October 2004; published 3 November 2004. [1] High-rate GPS has the potential to recover both dynamic and static displacements accurately. We analyze 1-Hz GPS data recorded during the 2003 Tokachi

Larson, Kristine

448

DNA Computing Complexity Analysis Using DNA/DNA Hybridization Kinetics  

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DNA Computing Complexity Analysis Using DNA/DNA Hybridization Kinetics Soo-Yong Shin1 , Eun Jeong of DNA computing. The complexity of any computational algorithm is typically measured in terms of time and space. In DNA computing, the time complexity can be measured by the total reaction time

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DNA Computing Complexity Analysis Using DNA/DNA Hybridization Kinetics  

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DNA Computing Complexity Analysis Using DNA/DNA Hybridization Kinetics Soo­Yong Shin 1 , Eun Jeong the complexity of DNA computing. The complexity of any computational algorithm is typically measured in terms of time and space. In DNA computing, the time complexity can be measured by the total reaction time

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The Athletic Foot and Its Import to Performance during Running.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this paper, problems and conditions of the foot, including flat feet, achilles tendon problems, heel spur syndrome, digital problems, shin splints, and leg stress fractures, are examined. Ways to examine the athlete's foot and leg are described, including the one-foot test and the off weight-bearing examination. (CJ)

Bogdan, Richard

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Mobile robot replying to human's beckoning action ( ) ( /JST) ( )  

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Mobile robot replying to human's beckoning action ( ) ( /JST) ( ) Takahiro SUZUKI, Akihisa OHYA, Shin'ichi YUTA (University of Tsukuba) This paper describes the development of autonomous mobile robot: Mobile Robot, Omni-directional Camera, Gesture recognition, Approaching Behavior 1 1 Human Robot 1. Human

Ohya, Akihisa

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-DNA 1217 BK21-IT,  

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- DNA 1217 BK21-IT, (MEC) (NRL) . . : : : : syshin@bi.snu.ac.kr ihlee@bi.snu.ac.kr btzhang@bi.snu.ac.kr 2004 9 16 2005 10 14 - DNA (DNA Sequence Design using -Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm) (Soo-Yong Shin) (In-Hee Lee) (Byoung-Tak Zhang) DNA

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Strong-Motion Instrumentation Programs in Taiwan  

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by the Central Weather Bureau. 2. Strong-Motion Instrumentation Program by IES 2.1 Strong-Motion Accelerographs64 Strong-Motion Instrumentation Programs in Taiwan T. C. Shin Central Weather Bureau, Taipei- able amounts of resources have been devoted to seismic instru- mentation in general, and strong-motion

Wu, Yih-Min

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A dynamic grouping strategy for implementation of the particle filter on a massively parallel computer  

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computer Shin'ya Nakano The Institute of Statistical Mathematics Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. shiny@ism.ac.jp Abstract ­ A practical way to implement the parti- cle filter (PF) on a massively parallel computer is dis to be computation- ally expensive in applying to high-dimensional problems because a enormous number of particles

Nakano, Shin'ya

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BMI_CICaTS-1 GAANN: Advanced Computing  

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) Moraru (CCAM) Rajasekaran (CSE) Schiller (MMSB) Shin (CSE) Wu (CSE) Medical Informatics: Data Warehousing Student will be Funded in the Areas of BMI Bio/Genome Informatics: Supercomputing Medical Informatics Advanced Computing Spans: Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Underwater Sensor Networks (UWSN) #12;BMI_CICaTS-2

Alpay, S. Pamir

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IEICE TRANS. ??, VOL.Exx??, NO.xx XXXX 200x PAPER Special Issue on  

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-term variation of a magnetic-storm index using the merging particle filter Shin'ya NAKANO , Nonmember and Tomoyuki HIGUCHI , Member SUMMARY The Dst index is the most popular measure of a scale of magnetic storms, geo- magnetic data 1. Introduction Magnetic storm is a global phenomenon which causes great decrease

Nakano, Shin'ya

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A TMO-based Object Group Model to Structuring Replicated Real-Time Objects for  

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-Time Applications Chang-Sun Shin, Su-Chong Joo, and Young-Sik Jeong School of Electrical, Electronic and Information Object Request Broker(ORB) or the operating system. Finally, from the analyzed results numerically, we/or the operating systems for the real-time services by extending the ORB itself that is the core of CORBA

Joo, Su-Chong

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P.M.A. Sloot et al. (Eds.): ICCS 2003, LNCS 2659, pp. 401411, 2003. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003  

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-Chong Joo 1 , Sung-Kwun Oh 1 , Chang-Sun Shin 1 , and Jun Hwang 2 1 School of Electrical, Electronic, and add distributed real-time requirements to real-time objects without modifying the ORB itself.), and an Object Request Broker (ORB), which is the middleware that allows for the seamless interactions between

Joo, Su-Chong

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS, VOL. 2, NO. 4, DECEMBER 1996 337 Image Metamorphosis with  

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Metamorphosis with Scattered Feature Constraints Seungyong Lee, George Wolberg, Kyung-Yong Chwa, and Sung Yong Shin Abstract--This paper describes an image metamorphosis technique to handle scattered feature blending. Implementation details are furnished and comparisons among various metamorphosis techniques

Wolberg, George

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Nucleation and growth mechanism of ferroelectric domain-wall motion  

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LETTERS Nucleation and growth mechanism of ferroelectric domain-wall motion Young-Han Shin1 {, Ilya Grinberg1 , I-Wei Chen2 & Andrew M. Rappe1 The motion of domain walls is critical to many applications of another, and hence the movement of a domain wall separating these regions. Experimental measurements

Rappe, Andrew M.

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Fast Domain Wall Switching in a Thin Ferroelectric Polymer Jong Yeog Son,a  

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Fast Domain Wall Switching in a Thin Ferroelectric Polymer Layer Jong Yeog Son,a Yun-Sok Shin such as nonvolatile memories.8 Meanwhile, scanning probe microscopy SPM on ferroelectric domains has exhibited to switch ferroelectric domains and the readout.10-14 In detail, the EFM and KFM methods can map surface

Lee, EokKyun

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Immunology 506 Fall 2012 Syllabus Lectures/Discussions 1-3 pm, John Morgan M100  

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Bassing Cancro 9/10 Introduction to the Immune System: Anatomy of Barrier Surfaces and Lymphoid Tissues 9: Innate Immunity 10/3 NK Cells 10/5 Mucosal Immunity Bassing Brodsky/Shin Kambayashi Artis 10/8 BROWN BAG 12-1 pm, John Morgan M100 9/7 Brief Orientation Historical Introduction of the Adaptive Immune System

Sharp, Kim

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Second Language Acquisition: Cultural, Cognitive, and Clinical Considerations for Counseling Practice  

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The non-English-speaking population of the United States has increased by 140% since 1980 (Shin & Kominski, 2010). To serve this growing population, it is important that counselors increase their multicultural and multilingual competence. Through the lens of multicultural theory and relational-cultural theory, we analyze potential benefits of

Ivers, Nathaniel N.; Ivers, John J., Sr.; Duffey, Thelma

2013-01-01

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Vasoconstrictive neurovascular coupling during focal ischemic depolarizations  

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Vasoconstrictive neurovascular coupling during focal ischemic depolarizations Hwa Kyoung Shin1 , Andrew K Dunn2 , Phillip B Jones2 , David A Boas2 , Michael A Moskowitz1 and Cenk Ayata1,3 1 Stroke, Massachusetts, USA; 2 Department of Radiology, Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General

Boas, David

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AN OBLIQUE-INCIDENCE REFLECTIVITY DIFFERENCE STUDY OF THE DEPENDENCE OF PROBE-TARGET REACTION CONSTANTS  

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dissociation constants. These kinetic constants are important in charac- terizing biomolecular interactions CONSTANTS ON SURFACE TARGET DENSITY USING STREPTAVIDIN-BIOTIN REACTIONS AS A MODEL Yung-Shin Sun,1,2 James P was used to study the dependence of kinetic constants of probe-target reactions on the surface density

Zhu, Xiangdong

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Acknowledgements Acknowledgements  

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Samson, Tzu­wei Shih, Jae Youn Shin, Sebastian Spautz, Nicholas Steadman, JoLynn Striegel, Susan Strut­ hers, Chih­Yuan Sun, Naoko Takei, Je#rey Toporcer, Susanne Trie­ schmann, Hikmet Umar, Iliberth Vargas

Brass, Stefan

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Astronomical Orientation of Pyramid Tombs in North China  

Microsoft Academic Search

Two ancient Chinese texts, the Chou Bei Suan Ching and Chou Li (Western Han Dynasty, ca. 100 BC), record that the Imperial Astronomer (Feng Hsian Shin) made solar observations to determine the solstices and equinoxes, and for determining the cardinal directions with a circle and gnomon. By combining the techniques of astro-archaeology (G. S. Hawkins, 1968) with both overhead imagery

Vance Rusell Tiede

2010-01-01

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Hamiltonian particle-mesh simulations for a non-hydrostatic vertical slice model  

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particle based methods such as smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) (Gingold & Monaghan 1977, Lucy 1977Hamiltonian particle-mesh simulations for a non-hydrostatic vertical slice model Seoleun Shin Sebastian Reich May 6, 2009 Abstract A Lagrangian particle method is developed for the simulation

Reich, Sebastian

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Invariance of neighborhood relation under input space to feature space mapping  

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Invariance of neighborhood relation under input space to feature space mapping Hyunjung Shin of SVM training [Proc. of the 7th Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD those patterns that are likely to become support vectors in feature space. Prelim- inary reports show

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S shown that avian blood parasites have negative effects on fit-  

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infections to recur. We captured migrating hatching-year Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) in New infecciones latentes vuelvan a ocurrir. En Nuevo México capturamos halcones de la especie Accipiter striatus primera documentación de la presencia de H. janovyi en Norte América y en el halcón A. striatus. Nuestros

Wolf, Blair O.

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PARTITIONING OF FOOD AND NICHE CHARACTERISTICS OF COEXISTING ACCIPITER DURING BREEDING  

Microsoft Academic Search

The abundance of resources and their use by Accipiter in two areas within Oregon from 1969 through 1974 are presented. In the coastal mountains of northwestern Oregon only Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper's Hawks (A. cooperii) nest- ed. In the remainder of the state, A. striatus, A. cooperiL and Northern Goshawks (A. gentilis) were syntopic during the nesting season.

RICHARD T. REYNOLDS; E. CHARLES MESLOW

1984-01-01

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A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE OF ACCIPITER STRIATUS PEROBSCURUS, WITH A REPORT OF SPECIMENS FROM CALIFORNIA, COLORADO  

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Snyder (1938) described a dark, rainforest subspecies of the Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus perobscurus) from Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. This subspecies is darker dorsally and ventrally in all plumages than the widespread North American subspecies A. s. velox (Figures 1 and 2). Snyder gave its summer range as from southeastern Alaska (Yakutat Bay) south on the islands

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Wilson Bull., 90(Z), 1978, pp. 182-196 DISTRIBUTION, DENSITY, AND PRODUCTIVITY OF  

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-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus), Cooper's Hawks (A. cooperii), and Goshawks (A. gent&s) within OregonWilson Bull., 90(Z), 1978, pp. 182-196 DISTRIBUTION, DENSITY, AND PRODUCTIVITY OF ACCIPITER HAWKS are of interest because of recent declines of accipiter hawks in the east- ern United States (Schriver 1969

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1994 Northern Goshawk inventory on portions of Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM  

Microsoft Academic Search

Northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) (hereafter referred to as goshawk) are large forest dwelling hawks. They are the largest species of the Accipiter genus which also includes sharp-shinned hawks (A. striatus) and the Cooper`s hawk (A. cooperii). Goshawks are holarctic in distribution and nest in coniferous, deciduous, and mixed species forests. In the southwest they primarily nest in ponderosa pine (Pinus

D. T. Sinton; P. L. Kennedy

1995-01-01

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WIND DRIFT, LEADING LINES, AND DIURNAL MIGRATION  

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ERSONAL discussions with a number of North American students of bird migration indicate that there is considerable confusion and misunder- standing of the concepts of wind drift and leading lines. Recently, Murray (1964) published a review in which he refutes wind drift, at least insofar as it applies to the migration of Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) in the northeastern United

HELMUT C. MUELLER; DANIEL D. BERGER

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Molecular Ecology (2005) 14, 159170 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2004.02366.x 2004 Blackwell Publishing Ltd  

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of migrating sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) in North America JOSHUA M. HULL* and DEREK J hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) sampled at 12 different migration study sites across North America expansion following this mid-Holocene climatic event 7000­5000 years before present. Keywords: Accipiter

Girman, Derek J.

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DISTRIBUTION, DENSITY, AND PRODUCTIVITY OF ACCIPITER HAWKS BREEDING IN OREGON  

Microsoft Academic Search

Density of nests and productivity of Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus), Cooper's Hawks (A. cooperii), and Goshawks (A. gent&s) within Oregon are of interest because of recent declines of accipiter hawks in the east- ern United States (Schriver 1969, Hackman and Henny 1971, Henny and Wight 1972). One factor implicated in this decline was contamination with chlorinated hydrocarbons (Ratcliffe 1970, Cade

RICHARD T. REYNOLDS; HOWARD M. WIGHT

1978-01-01

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EFFECTS OF WEATHER ON ACCIPITER MIGRATION IN  

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Migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper's Hawks (A. cooperii) were observed along a forested ridge surrounded by desert in the Spring Mountains of southern Nevada from 31 August until 17 October 1980. Greatest numbers of accipiters were counted on days cold fronts passed through our study area; however, fronts typically separated relatively homogeneous air masses, and passage produced no

Brian A. Millsapand; James R. Zook

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J. Avian Biol. 38: 523529, 2007 doi: 10.1111/j.2007.0908-8857.04202.x  

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-shinned hawk Accipiter striatus; Mueller and Berger 1967) are partial migrants. Raptor migrations are generally. 343Á350), but their most impor- tant predators are unquestionably falcons and accipiters. Falcons;are especially migratory. As a group, accipiters are less migratory (Bildstein and Zalles 2005

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Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol. 80, No. 3, pp. 403--418, 2002 403 Interannual Variation of Tropical Cyclone Activity  

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, USA and Pao-Shin CHU Department of Meteorology, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology of tropical cyclones, which includes tropical storms and hurricanes, is high. For the period 1966 with the increased cyclone frequency in the CNP for an ENHS composite. Furthermore, a majority of initial detection

Hawai'i at Manoa, University of

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Network Formation Schemes for Dynamic Multi-Radio, Multi-Hop Wireless Cellular Networks  

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Network Formation Schemes for Dynamic Multi-Radio, Multi-Hop Wireless Cellular Networks JaeSheung Shin, HeeSook Choi, Patrick G. Traynor, Thomas F. La Porta Networking and Security Research Center-Mail: {jsshin, hchoi, traynor, tlp} @cse.psu.edu ABSTRACT - Multi-hop relaying in cellular networks can greatly

Yener, Aylin

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Departement of Economics and Business Studies University of Genova  

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Departement of Economics and Business Studies University of Genova The cost of deviating from policy. As point out by Adrian and Shin (2010), the problem relies in the mismatch of the maturities of the loans portfolio of the banks, it is usually named credit risk and measured as the default probability

Robbiano, Lorenzo

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University of Massachusetts Lowell Campus Recreation  

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. Clothing A. No street clothes (jeans, button shirts, dress pants, hard soled shoes, etc.) may be worn. B, but recommended. Shin pads or elbow pads must be worn under clothing. Goalie pads/leggings are not allowed. Hand will attempt a penalty shot from the designated penalty shot line5 yards in front of the goal line. If still

Massachusetts at Lowell, University of

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Earth Planets Space, 60, 801808, 2008 Resolving static offsets from high-rate GPS data: the 2003 Tokachi-oki  

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if there is no significant postseismic deformation in these first 24 hours. Depending on the location of near-fault GPS sites Tokachi-oki earthquake Kristine M. Larson1 and Shin'ichi Miyazaki2 1Department of Aerospace Engineering-oki earthquake offshore Hokkaido is the largest earthquake observed to date by a dense GPS network (GEONET

Larson, Kristine

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Textile and Apparel Technology and Management Scholarly and Creative Works  

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. & Banks-Lee, P. (in press). Hemp-fiber based nonwoven composites: effects of alkalization on sound of liquid drops at the bottom of cylindrical fibers standing on a flat substrate, Langmuir, pp. 28, 722 of liquid drops on conical fibers, Langmuir, pp. 27, 11867-11872. Shin, S. H., Istook, C. & Lee, J. H. (2011

Liu, Paul

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Cell Sorting DOI: 10.1002/anie.201303965  

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of Microbeads and Cells** Christian Siltanen, Dong-Sik Shin,* Julie Sutcliffe, and Alexander Revzin* Microarrays photocleavable hydrogels for capture and release of cells on microbeads. Hydrogels in general may be bioactive method to synthesize vast peptide libraries on polysty- rene microbeads.[15] High-throughput screening

Ferrara, Katherine W.

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Pareto Efficient Multi-Objective Test Case Selection  

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ABSTRACT This project will build on the previous work by Mark Harman and Shin Yoo on Pareto Efficient Test Case Selection pertaining to two objective formulation. It will introduce the concept of Pareto Efficient Test Case selection and the benefits of this approach. This project will illustrate the benefits of Pareto efficient test case selection with empirical studies of two

Syed Ali Shahid

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Flexibility and musculoskeletal symptomatology in female gymnasts and age-matched controls  

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Sixty competitive female gymnasts and 35 age- matched nonathletic controls were interviewed for musculoskeletal symptoms and examined for flexibil ity. A significantly greater number of gymnasts (P < 0.01) had musculoskeletal symptoms in the wrist, low back, hip, shin, and foot regions than did the controls. The average number of symptomatic regions per sub ject was significantly greater (P <

R. L. Kirby; F. C. Simms; V. J. Symington; J. B. Garner

1981-01-01

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Enhancement of specific heat capacity of high-temperature silica-nanofluids synthesized in alkali chloride salt eutectics for solar thermal-energy  

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chloride salt eutectics for solar thermal-energy storage applications Donghyun Shin, Debjyoti Banerjee for the anoma- lous enhancement of thermal conductivity over that of the neat solvent. Eastman et al. [5] reported thermal conductivity enhance- ment of 30% and 60% for water based nanofluids of Al2O3 and Cu

Banerjee, Debjyoti

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Multi-wavelength laser from dye-doped cholesteric polymer films  

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and Multiwavelength All-Optical Clock Recovery in Single-Mode Fiber Using the Temporal Talbot Effect," J. Lightwave," Optical Fiber Communication Conf., 2001, ME2­1. 11. H. Shi, G. Alphonse, J. Connolly, and P. Delfyett, "20Multi-wavelength laser from dye-doped cholesteric polymer films Yuhua Huang1,2,* and Shin-Tson Wu2

Wu, Shin-Tson

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1494 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER ELECTRONICS, VOL. 23, NO. 3, MAY 2008 Resistor Emulation Approach to Low-Power  

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1494 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER ELECTRONICS, VOL. 23, NO. 3, MAY 2008 Resistor Emulation Approach. Pekarek. The authors are with the Colorado Power Electronics Center (CoPEC), De- partment of Electrical to Low-Power RF Energy Harvesting Thurein Paing, Member, IEEE, Jason Shin, Member, IEEE, Regan Zane

Popovic, Zoya

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Feedback linearisation of uncertain nonlinear systems with time delay  

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Feedback linearisation of uncertain nonlinear systems with time delay H.-S. Shin, H.-L. Choi and J have been done to overcome the uncertainty problem, the time-delay problem for nonlinear systems performance of time-delay systems. However, the Smith predictor frame- work is not available for nonlinear

Lim, Jong-Tae

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Cultural Translation in Two Directions: The Suzuki Method in Japan and Germany  

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The Suzuki Method represents a significant contribution by a Japanese, Suzuki Shin'ichi (1898-1998), to the teaching of musical instruments worldwide. Western observers often represent the method as "Japanese," although it could be called "Western" with equal justification. Suzuki left no detailed description of his method. Consequently, it is

Mehl, Margaret

2009-01-01

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Mechanical reliability of silica optical fiber: a case study for a biomedical application  

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Mechanical reliability of silica optical fiber: a case study for a biomedical application Yunn-Shin Shiue and M. John Matthewson Department of Ceramic and Materials Engineering, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ 08854-8065 ABSTRACT The mechanical reliability of optical fiber used in certain biomedical

Matthewson, M. John

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Climbing out of a Deep Hole: Which Path up?  

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In this paper, the authors first discuss the Neumark and Troske piece, and then compare the U.S. context to that in Europe and Korea, as described by the Caspar, Hartwig, and Moench and the Cho and Shin contributions. Although they are in basic agreement with Neumark and Troske on the extent and depth of the current employment situation, they

Haveman, Robert; Heinrich, Carolyn; Smeeding, Timothy

2012-01-01

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Sensors 2009, 9, 6028-6045; doi:10.3390/s90806028 OPEN ACCESS  

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. Digital Media & Communications R&D Center, Samsung Electronics, Korea; E-Mail: inyoung.shin@gmail.com 2 fusion and aggregation. Energy consumption can be decreased by managing nodes with cluster heads consumption by distributing the traffic load among nodes around the cluster head. In the simulation

Lee, Tae-Jin

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Corynebacterium nuruki sp. nov., isolated from an alcohol fermentation starter  

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Corynebacterium nuruki sp. nov., isolated from an alcohol fermentation starter Na-Ri Shin, Mi , was isolated from a Korean alcohol fermentation starter. Optimal growth occurred at 37 6C, at pH 8 and in 1 was isolated from nuruk, which is an alcohol fermentation starter used as an amylolytic substance

Bae, Jin-Woo

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JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, Aug. 2011, p. 4257 Vol. 193, No. 16 0021-9193/11/$12.00 doi:10.1128/JB.05354-11  

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Genome Sequence of Corynebacterium nuruki S6-4T , Isolated from Alcohol Fermentation Starter Na-Ri Shin Korean alcohol fermentation starter, is a strictly aerobic, nonmotile, Gram-positive, and rod- terium (6). The strain was isolated from alcohol fermentation starter named "nuruk" in Korean, which

Bae, Jin-Woo

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, VOL. 10, NO. 5, SEPTEMBER 2011 975 Experimental Investigation of Quasi-Ballistic Carrier  

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of Quasi-Ballistic Carrier Transport Characteristics in 10-nm Scale MOSFETs Jaehong Lee, Student Member, and Hyungcheol Shin, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract--In this paper, experimental investigation on quasi- ballistic carrier transportation is carried out in 10-nm scale MOSFETs. In order to extract some ballistic

Lee, Jong Duk

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Modeling Insider Attacks on Group Key-Exchange Protocols  

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Modeling Insider Attacks on Group Key-Exchange Protocols Jonathan Katz Ji Sun Shin Abstract by malicious insiders -- a concern specific to the group setting -- have so far been considered only insider attacks. We do so by defining an appropriate ideal functionality for group AKE within