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    • A new mutually reinforcing network node and link ranking algorithm 

      Wang, Zhenghua; Dueñas-Osorio, Leonardo; Padgett, Jamie E. (2015)
      This study proposes a novel Normalized Wide network Ranking algorithm (NWRank) that has the advantage of ranking nodes and links of a network simultaneously. This algorithm combines the mutual reinforcement feature of ...
    • A New Phase Shifting Method for High Resolution Microlithography 

      Kido, Motoi; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Szabo, Gabor; Wilson, William L.; Tittel, Frank K. (1994-01-01)
      One of the most promising lithographic technique for the future designs of DRAMs is the phase-shifting mask technique. Conventional phase shifting-masks, however, are difficult to fabricate as they require regions of ...
    • A New Phase Shifting Technique for Deep UV Excimer Laser Based Lithography 

      Bor, Zsolt; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Erdelyi, Miklos; Kido, Motoi; Sengupta, Chaitali; Smayling, Michael; Szabo, Gabor; Tittel, Frank; Wilson, William (1995-02-01)
      This paper reports simulation and experimental details of a novel phase shifting technique based o laser interferometry. Phase shifting is one of the most promising techniques for the fabrication of high density DRAM's. ...
    • New Real-Time Robot Motion Algorithms Using Parallel VLSI Architectures 

      Deo, Arati S.; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Walker, Ian D. (1991-03-01)
      Real time robot control presents a major numerical challenge. The inverse kinematics problem of determining joint motion for a specified end effector trajectory is formulated as a damped least-squares problem which balances ...
    • New Signal-Space Orthonormal Bases via the Metaplectic Transform 

      Baraniuk, Richard G.; Jones, Douglas L. (1992-10-01)
      The discretization of the metaplectic transform (MT) is considered, and it is shown that it can lead to completely new orthonormal bases (ONBs) for the signal space of square integrable functions. Two new classes of bases, ...
    • New Spread Spectrum Techniques for Multiple Antenna Transmit Diversity 

      Rajan, Dinesh; Erkip, Elza; Aazhang, Behnaam (1999-12-20)
      We propose a new scheme for multiple antenna transmission in the context of spread spectrum signaling. The new scheme consists of using shifted Gold sequences to modulate independent information on the multiple atennas. ...
    • A New Stabilization of Adaptive Step Trapezoid Rule Based on Finite Difference Interrupts 

      Lee, J. Alex; Nam, Jaewook; Pasquali, Matteo (2015)
      The adaptive step trapezoid rule (TR) is a generally effective numerical integrator, but it is prone to ringing instability and solution stall. We introduce a new stabilization algorithm based on finite difference interrupts ...
    • New techniques for digital filter design 

      Selesnick, Ivan William (1996)
      Several new techniques for open problems in the frequency domain design of FIR and IIR digital filters, both iterative and analytic, are presented. This thesis begins by putting forth the notion that explicitly specified ...
    • NF-κB and IRF pathways: cross-regulation on target genes promoter level 

      Iwanaszko, Marta; Kimmel, Marek (2015)
      Background: The NF-κB and IRF transcription factor families are major players in inflammation and antiviral response and act as two major effectors of the innate immune response (IIR). The regulatory mechanisms of activation ...
    • Nitric oxide is a positive regulator of the Warburg effect in ovarian cancer cells 

      Caneba, C.A.; Yang, L.; Baddour, J.; Curtis, R.; Win, J.; Hartig, S.; Marini, J.; Nagrath, D. (2014)
      Ovarian cancer (OVCA) is among the most lethal gynecological cancers leading to high mortality rates among women. Increasing evidence indicate that cancer cells undergo metabolic transformation during tumorigenesis and ...
    • Noise in electromigrated nanojunctions 

      Wheeler, P.J.; Chen, Ruoyu; Natelson, D. (2013)
      Noise measurements are a probe beyond simple electronic transport that can reveal additional information about electronic correlations and inelastic processes. Here we report noise measurements in individual electromigrated ...
    • Noise Reduction Using an Undecimated Discrete Wavelet Transform 

      Lang, Markus; Guo, Haitao; Odegard, Jan E.; Burrus, C. Sidney; Wells, R.O. (1995-01-15)
      A new nonlinear noise reduction method is presented that uses the discrete wavelet transform. Similar to Donoho and Johnstone, we employ thresholding in the wavelet transform domain but, following a suggestion by Coifman, ...
    • Noise suppression and motion estimation in medical ultrasound imaging 

      Yue, Yong (2007)
      Echocardiographic imaging is a primary modality in the diagnosis of heart disease. Compared to other imaging techniques, such as X-Ray, MRI, and PET, ultrasound imaging owes its great popularity to the fact that it is a ...
    • Non-coherent and partially coherent space-time constellations 

      Borran, Mohammed Jaber (2004)
      With the rapid growth of wireless networks and multimedia applications, next generation cellular systems are expected to support data rates that are orders of magnitude higher than those currently available. Due to the ...
    • Non-coherent and Partially Coherent Space-Time Constellations 

      Borran, Mohammad Jaber (2003-06-01)
      With the rapid growth of wireless networks and multimedia applications, next generation cellular systems are expected to support data rates that are orders of magnitude higher than those currently available. Due to the ...
    • Non-Gaussian Markov time series 

      Rao, Srinivasa Patibandla (1988)
      Time series are often modeled as filtered versions of white noise, the filter being linear. We study non-Gaussian processes by modeling them similarly, but allowing the possibility of the filter being non-linear. These ...
    • Non-intrusive Persistence with a Backend NVM Controller 

      Pu, Libei; Doshi, Kshitij; Giles, Ellis; Varman, Peter (2015)
      By providing instruction-grained access to vast amounts of persistent data with ordinary loads and stores, byte-addressable storage class memory (SCM) has the potential to revolutionize system architecture. We describe a ...
    • Non-invasive IC tomography using spatial correlations 

      Shamsi, Davood (2010)
      We introduce a new methodology for post-silicon characterization of the gate-level variations in a manufactured Integrated Circuit (IC). The estimated characteristics are based on the power and the delay measurements that ...
    • Non-monotonic Response to Monotonic Stimulus: Regulation of Glyoxylate Shunt Gene-Expression Dynamics inᅠ Mycobacterium tuberculosis 

      Ascensao, Joao A.; Datta, Pratik; Hancioglu, Baris; Sontag, Eduardo; Gennaro, Maria L.; Igoshin, Oleg A. (2016)
      Understanding how dynamical responses of biological networks are constrained by underlying network topology is one of the fundamental goals of systems biology. Here we employ monotone systems theory to formulate a theorem ...
    • Non-Redundant, Linear-Phase, Semi-Orthogonal, Directional Complex Wavelets 

      Fernandes, Felix; Wakin, Michael; Baraniuk, Richard G. (2004-05-01)
      The directionality and phase information provided by non-redundant complex wavelet transforms (NCWTs) provide significant potential benefits for image/video processing and compression applications. However, because existing ...