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226 Miller, Joel Steven; Epstein, Arthur J.Tetracyanoethylene-based organic magnetsSeveral classes of organic magnets based upon the tetracyanoethenide radical anion, [TCNE](.-), either unbound, (u), and (u4) bonded to zero, two and four metal sites have been reported. The putative (u4) bonded V(TCNE)x room temperature magnet has been extended to include M(TCNE)x(M = Mn, Fe, Co,...Magnetization; Magnetic ordering; Oxidation1998
227 Couldwell, William T.Immunology and immunotherapy of intrinsic glial tumorsImmunological aspects of glial neoplasms have been actively investigated for the past several years with particular focus on academic, diagnostic, and therapeutic objectives. As more knowledge is acquired about the cellular events relating to tumor behavior the more it appears that the immune system...Immunology; Glial tumors1990
228 Couldwell, William T.; Orlandi, Richard R.; Jensen, Randy L.Endoscopic-assisted craniofacial resection of esthesioneuroblastoma: minimizing facial incisionsThe surgical management of esthesioneuroblastomas has traditionally been craniofacial resection, which combines a bifrontal craniotomy with a transfacial approach. The latter usually involves a disfiguring facial incision, mid-facial degloving, lateral rhinotomy, and/or extensive facial osteotomies...Esthesioneuroblastoma; Craniofacial resection; Endoscope; Craniofacial surgery; Minimally invasive2003
229 Gopalakrishnan, GaneshDynamic reordering of high latency transactions in time-warp simulation using a modified micropipelineTime warp based simulation of discrete-event systems is an efficient way to overcome the synchronization overhead during distributed simulation. As computations may proceed beyond synchronization barriers in time warp, multiple checkpoints of state need to be maintained to be able to rollback inva...Asynchronous design; Micropipelines; Dynamic instruction reordering; Time warp simulations1992
230 Ailion, David CharlesNMR determination of structural domains in NaCNMeasurements of the first- and second-order quadrupole energy-level shifts are performed in a 23Na NMR experiment in a single crystal of NaCN. Twelve orthorhombic domains are found below the phase transition at 15°C. They consist of six pairs of domains with each one oriented by an angle 2/3 rel...NMR; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Crystals; Structural domains1980
231 Ailion, David CharlesNMR in lithium metal: thermal mixingWe present a calculation of the thermal mixing rate t~ 1 between nuclear Zeeman and dipolar reservoirs in the presence of large rf fields. We applied this calculation to slow-motion diffusion in lithium metal. In particular, we measured the rotating frame spin-lattice relaxation time Tl p as a funct...NMR; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Lattices; Relaxation time1977
232 Morse, Michael DavidResonant two-photon ionization spectroscopy of jet-cooled PdSiThe spectra of diatomic PdSi have been investigated for the first time, using the technique of resonant two-photon ionization spectroscopy. A number of vibronic transitions have been observed in the 20 400?22 000 cm?1 range. It is difficult to group the bands into band systems, although one likely...2011
233 Digre, Kathleen B.; Mamalis, Nick; White, George L. Jr.Congenital anomalies of the optic nerve in one family.We present three cases of congenital optic disc anomalies in one family who underwent an extensive diagnostic workup to exclude any intracranial pathology. One patient had elevated optic nerve heads and was hospitalized for multiple diagnostic tests including a lumbar puncture and magnetic resonance...Optic Nerve; Congenital Anomalies1992-04-24
234 Freire, JulianaPersonalizing the web using site descriptionsThe information overload on the Web has created a great need for efficient filtering mechanisms. Many sites (e.g., CNN and Quicken) address this problem by allowing a user to create personalized pages that contain only information that is of interest to the user. We propose a new approach for p...XPointer; Data extraction; Site descriptions; Personalized web pages1999
235 DeTar, CarletonWhich chiral symmetry is restored in high temperature quantum chromodynamics?Sigma models for the high temperature phase transition in quantum chromodynamics suggest that at high temperature the SU(Nf) X 3 SU(Nf) chiral symmetry becomes exact, but the anomalous axial U(1) symmetry need not be restored. In numerical lattice simulations, traditional methods for detecting symme...Chiral symmetry; Staggered fermions; Phase transitions1997-01
236 Liu, FengMagnetism in nanopatterned graphite filmUsing first-principles calculations, we show that nanopatterned graphite films (NPGFs) can exhibit magnetism in analogy to graphene-based nanostructures (GBNs). In particular, graphite films with patterned nanoscale triangular holes and channels with zigzag edges all have ferromagnetic ground state...Nanopatterned graphite; Graphite films; NPGF2008
237 Rogers, Alan R.Migration and genetic drift in human populationsIn humans and many other species, mortality is concentrated early in the life cycle, and is low during the ages of dispersal and reproduction. Yet precisely the opposite is assumed by classical population-genetics models of migration and genetic drift. We introduce a model in which population regul...Frequencies; Variance; Dynamics1986
238 Adler, Frederick R.Effects of intraspecific density-dependence on species richness and species abundance distributionsAbstract Species richness and patterns of abundance result from the interplay between niche differences, realized as intraspecific density-dependence (IDD), and so-called neutral processes that arise when species fitnesses are similar. This paper presents an extension of neutral models that incorpo...2010
239 Wei, YehuaRestructuring industrial districts, scaling up regional development: a study of the Wenzhou Model, ChinaThe Wenzhou Municipality in Zhejiang Province is spearheading China's marketization and development of private enterprises. Its successful development trajectory, centered on family-owned small businesses embedded in thick local institutions, resembles Marshallian industrial districts (MIDs). Howeve...China; Marshallian industrial district, regional lock-in; Wenzhou Model, China2007-09-24
240 Shirley, Peter S.; Gooch, BruceAutomatic painting with economized strokesWe present a method that takes a raster image as input and produces a painting-like image composed of strokes rather than pixels. Unlike previous automatic painting methods, we attempt to use very few brush-strokes. This is accomplished by first segmenting the image into features, finding the medial...Raster image; Painting-like image; Automatic painting methods2000
241 Thomas, Kirk R.; Capecchi, Mario R.Introduction of homologous DNA sequences into mammalian cells induces mutations in the cognate gene.Injection of homologous DNA sequences into nuclei of cultured mammalian cells induces mutations in the cognate chromosomal gene. It appears that these mutations result from incorrect repair of a heteroduplex formed between the introduced and the chromosomal sequence. This phenomenon is termed 'heter...Animals; Cell Line; Drug Resistance, Microbial; Fibroblasts; Mice; Models, Genetic; Neomycin; Plasmids1986-11-06
242 Sperry, John S.Analysis of circular bordered pit function II. Gymnosperm tracheids with torus-margo pit membranesA model of xylem conduit function was applied to gymnosperm tracheids with torus-margo pit membranes for comparison with angiosperm vessels. Tracheids from 17 gymnosperm tree species with circular bordered pits and air-seed pressures from 0.8 to 11.8 MPa were analyzed. Tracheids were more reinforced...Functional wood anatomy; hydraulic architecture; plant biomechanics2004
243 Arlitsch, Kenning; OBrien, PatrickSearch engine optimization (SEO) for digital repositoriesSurveys conducted by the University of Utah across numerous libraries and archives have revealed a disturbing reality: the number of digital objects successfully harvested and indexed by search engines from library digital repositories is abysmally low. The use of the scholarly and lay content in th...SEO Tips, Special Collections, Digital Collection, Institutional Repository, Digital Repository2011-04-05
244 Mattis, Daniel C.Second-order phase transition in a model random alloyWe investigate the existence and stability of long-range order in a simple model of a binary alloy. We find that for electron concentrations in the vicinity of one per atom, in bipartite lattices, long-range order of the atoms exists at low temperatures, and we find that the system undergoes a secon...Phase transition; Random alloys; Quasiparticles; Density of state1973-03
245 Olivera, Baldomero M.Biochemical studies of ω-conotoxin GVIA; a peptide toxin inhibiting voltage-sensitive Ca++ channelsThe fish-hunting cone snails use their venom to quickly paralyze their more agile prey. In the last few years, our laboratories have carried out a program of analyzing biologically active components present in the fish-hunting cone snail venoms (Cruz et al. 1985; Olivera et al. 1985). We have concen...Conotoxins; Calcium channels; Conus geographus; Venom1987
246 Rogers, Alan R.; Jorde, Lynn B.Ascertainment bias in estimates of average heterozygosityPopulation geneticists work with a nonrandom sample of the human genome. Conventional practice ensures that unusually variable loci are most likely to be discovered and thus included in the sample of loci. Consequently, estimates of average heterozygosity are biased upward. In what follows we descri...Bias (Epidemiology); Biometry; Heterozygote1996-05
247 Gehl, Robert W.Building a blog cabin during a financial crisis: circuits of struggle in the digital enclosureOne of the most pressing questions facing television studies is how to understand the migration of media production and consumption onto web applications which depend on user-generated content. Scholars inspired by the political economy of communication (PEC) tradition have focused on how the accumu...2011
248 Jaskowski, Troy D.; Litwin, Christine M.; Hill, Harry R.Laboratory diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)Study to compare the results obtained by two separate reference libraries for serological assays utlilized in the diagnosis and differentiation of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to assess the clinical utility of the outer-membrane porin C (OmpC) IgA assay in IBD.IBD2005-06-17
249 Gondolo, PaoloIndirect detection of a subdominant density component of cold dark matterWe examine the detectability through indirect means of weakly interacting dark matter candidates that may constitute not all but only a subdominant component of galactic cold dark matter. We show that the possibility of indirect detection of neutralinos from their annihilations in the Earth and Su...WIMP; Weakly interacting massive particles; Annihilations2003-01
250 George, LalA scheduling strategy for shared memory multiprocessorsAn efficient scheduling strategy for shared memory multiprocessors is described. The rapid dissemination of tasks to available procesors and ready queues is crucial to the performance of any parallel system. Such overheads determine the attainable speedup and performance of the system. Poor techniq...Shared memory multiprocessors1990
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