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Predicting solvation free energies and thermodynamics in polar solvents and mixtures using a solvationlayer interface condition
(2017)We demonstrate that with two small modifications, the popular dielectric continuum model is capable of predicting, with high accuracy, ion solvation thermodynamics (Gibbs free energies, entropies, and heat capacities) in ... 
Reconstruction of Lamé Moduli and Density at the Boundary Enabling Directional Elastic Wavefield Decomposition
(2017)We consider the inverse boundary value problem for the system of equations describing elastic waves in isotropic media on a bounded domain in $\mathbb{R}^3$ via a finitetime Laplace transform. The data are the dynamical ... 
An adaptive multiscale algorithm for efficient extended waveform inversion
(2017)Subsurfaceoffset extended fullwaveform inversion (FWI) may converge to kinematically accurate velocity models without the lowfrequency data accuracy required for standard datadomain FWI. However, this robust alternative ... 
Modulation of Orthographic Decoding by Frontal Cortex
(2016)Opinions are divided on whether word reading processes occur in a hierarchical, feedforward fashion or within an interactive framework. To critically evaluate these competing theories, we recorded electrocorticographic ... 
A Topological Model of the Hippocampal Cell Assembly Network
(2016)It is widely accepted that the hippocampal place cells' spiking activity produces a cognitive map of space. However, many details of this representation's physiological mechanism remain unknown. For example, it is believed ... 
Topological Schemas of Cognitive Maps and Spatial Learning
(2016)Spatial navigation in mammals is based on building a mental representation of their environmenta cognitive map. However, both the nature of this cognitive map and its underpinning in neural structures and activity remains ... 
Levetiracetam mitigates doxorubicininduced DNA and synaptic damage in neurons
(2016)Neurotoxicity may occur in cancer patients and survivors during or after chemotherapy. Cognitive deficits associated with neurotoxicity can be subtle or disabling and frequently include disturbances in memory, attention, ... 
Scattering and dip angle decomposition based on subsurface offset extended waveequation migration
(2016)An angledependent reflection coefficient is recovered by seismic migration in the angle domain. We have developed a postmigration technique for computing scattering and dip angle commonimage gathers (CIGs) from seismic ... 
Inverse Boundary Value Problem For The Helmholtz Equation: Quantitative Conditional Lipschitz Stability Estimates
(2016)We study the inverse boundary value problem for the Helmholtz equation using the DirichlettoNeumann map at selected frequencies as the data. A conditional Lipschitz stability estimate for the inverse problem holds in the ... 
A DEIM Induced CUR Factorization
(2016)We derive a CUR approximate matrix factorization based on the discrete empirical interpolation method (DEIM). For a given matrix ${\bf A}$, such a factorization provides a lowrank approximate decomposition of the form ... 
Optimal Convergence Rates Results for Linear Inverse Problems in Hilbert Spaces
(2016)In this article, we prove optimal convergence rates results for regularization methods for solving linear illposed operator equations in Hilbert spaces. The results generalizes existing convergence rates results on ... 
Convergence of a high order method in time and space for the miscible displacement equations
(2015)A numerical method is formulated and analyzed for solving the miscible displacement problem under low regularity assumptions. The scheme employs discontinuous Galerkin time stepping with mixed and interior penalty discontinuous ... 
Horizontal contraction in image domain for velocity inversion
(2015)A kinematically correct choice of velocity focuses subsurface offset image gathers at a zero offset. Infinitesimal warping from the current image toward its focus can be approximated by a horizontal contraction. The image ... 
The MinimalﾠkCore Problem for Modelingﾠ kAssemblies
(2015)The concept of cell assembly was introduced by Hebb and formalized mathematically by Palm in the framework of graph theory. In the study of associative memory, a cell assembly is a group of neurons that are strongly connected ... 
Cytoplasmic sphingosine1phosphate pathway modulates neuronal autophagy
(2015)Autophagy is an important homeostatic mechanism that eliminates longlived proteins, protein aggregates and damaged organelles. Its dysregulation is involved in many neurodegenerative disorders. Autophagy is therefore a ... 
An approximate inverse to the extended Born modeling operator
(2015)Given a correct (dataconsistent) velocity model, reverse time migration (RTM) correctly positions reflectors but generally with incorrect amplitudes and wavelets. Iterative leastsquares migration (LSM) corrects the ... 
Numerical method of characteristics for onedimensional blood flow
(2015)Mathematical modeling at the level of the full cardiovascular system requires the numerical approximation of solutions to a onedimensional nonlinear hyperbolic system describing flow in a single vessel. This model is often ... 
Genetic Suppression of Transgenic APP Rescues Hypersynchronous Network Activity in a Mouse Model of Alzeimer's Disease
(2014)Alzheimer's disease (AD) is associated with an elevated risk for seizures that may be fundamentally connected to cognitive dysfunction. Supporting this link, many mouse models for AD exhibit abnormal electroencephalogram ... 
The Effects of Theta Precession on Spatial Learning and Simplicial Complex Dynamics in a Topological Model of the Hippocampal Spatial Map
(2014)Learning arises through the activity of large ensembles of cells, yet most of the data neuroscientists accumulate is at the level of individual neurons; we need models that can bridge this gap. We have taken spatial learning ... 
Model reduction of strongweak neurons
(2014)We consider neurons with large dendritic trees that are weakly excitable in the sense that back propagating action potentials are severly attenuated as they travel from the small, strongly excitable, spike initiation zone. ...