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In our perception, the built environment tends to disappear into the background through habit and routine. In this thesis, artistic explorations in manipulating our perceptual field serve as the basis to investigate for ...
Widespread Disequilibrium of Phosphorus in Olivine
There are significant inconsistencies in the literature regarding the partition coefficient of phosphorus in olivine. This indicates that there may be a problem with the methods for determining this value. In this study, ...
Flexible microelectrodes for high quality in vivo single-unit recording
Single-unit recording using microelectrodes has been a key technique to help us understand how the brain functions. For long-term, high-quality and high-density recording, neural electrodes have been developed to be small ...
Acculturation, Social Support and Suicidal Ideation among Asian immigrants in the United States
This study examines suicidal ideation among Asian immigrant adults in the United States, with consideration of the roles of acculturation and social support. Using the 2002-2003 National Latino and Asian American Study ...
Influence based bit-quantization for machine learning: Cost Quality Tradeoffs
Due to the significant computational cost associated with machine learning architectures such as neural networks or network for short, there has been significant interest in quantizing or reducing the number of bits used. ...
DeepDOF: Deep learning extended depth-of-field microscope for fast and slide-free histology of surgical specimens
Histopathology is the gold standard for cancer diagnosis, but histopathology slide preparation is expensive, time- and labor-intensive. Slide-free pathology with fluo- rescence microscopy could offer a faster and less ...