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  • Dwyer, John G.; Camargo, Suzana J.; Sobel, Adam H.; Biasutti, Michela; Vecchi, Gabriel A.; Zhao, Ming; Tippett, Michael K.; Emanuel, Kerry Andrew (American Meteorological Society, 2015-08)
    This study investigates projected changes in the length of the tropical cyclone season due to greenhouse gas increases. Two sets of simulations are analyzed, both of which capture the relevant features of the observed ...
  • Candogan, Utku Ozan; Ozdaglar, Asuman E.; Parrilo, Pablo A. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2010-12)
    Potential games are a special class of games that admit tractable static and dynamic analysis. Intuitively, games that are “close” to a potential game should enjoy somewhat similar properties. This paper formalizes and ...
  • Moshkovitz Aaronson, Dana Hadar (Springer-Verlag, 2012)
    We suggest the research agenda of establishing new hardness of approximation results based on the “projection games conjecture”, i.e., an instantiation of the Sliding Scale Conjecture of Bellare, Goldwasser, Lund and Russell ...
  • Reilly, John; Fant, Charles W; Schlosser, Courtney Adam; Gao, Xiang; Strzepek, Kenneth; Reilly, John M (Public Library of Science, 2016-03)
    The sustainability of future water resources is of paramount importance and is affected by many factors, including population, wealth and climate. Inherent in current methods to estimate these factors in the future is the ...
  • Rockland, Kathleen; Borra, Elena (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2011-06)
    Non-extrastriate projections to area V1 in monkeys, now demonstrated by several anatomical studies, are potential substrates of physiologically documented multisensory effects in primary sensory areas. The full network of ...
  • Ye, Peng; Wen, Xiao-Gang (American Physical Society, 2013-05)
    We propose a general approach to construct symmetry protected topological (SPT) states (i.e., the short-range entangled states with symmetry) in 2D spin/boson systems on lattice. In our approach, we fractionalize spins/bosons ...
  • Wen, Xiao-Gang; You, Yi-Zhuang (American Physical Society, 2012-10)
    Non-Abelian statistics is a phenomenon of topologically protected non-Abelian geometric phases as we exchange quasiparticle excitations. Here we construct a Z[subscript N] rotor model that realizes a self-dual Z[subscript ...
  • Belloni, Alexandre; Freund, Robert Michael (Springer Berlin, 2007-10)
    In this paper we study the homogeneous conic system F : Ax = 0, x ∈ C \ {0}. We choose a point ¯s ∈ intC∗ that serves as a normalizer and consider computational properties of the normalized system F¯s : Ax = 0, ¯sT x = 1, ...
  • Raskar, Ramesh; Vaquero, Daniel A.; Raskar, Ramesh; Feris, Rogerio S.; Turk, Matthew (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2009-06)
    Consider a projector-camera setup where a sinusoidal pattern is projected onto the scene, and an image of the objects imprinted with the pattern is captured by the camera. In this configuration, the local frequency of the ...
  • Martin, William; Dagan, Tal; Dupre, John; Lapointe, François-Joseph; Franklin-Hall, Laura; Gogarten, J. Peter; Ereshefsky, Marc; Beiko, Robert G.; O'Malley, Maureen A.; Bapteste, Eric; Boucher, Yan (BioMed Central, 2009-09)
    Background: The concept of a tree of life is prevalent in the evolutionary literature. It stems from attempting to obtain a grand unified natural system that reflects a recurrent process of species and lineage splittings ...
  • Fox, James G.; Hartwell, Hadley J.; Petrosky, Keiko Y.; Horseman, Nelson D.; Rogers, Arlin B. (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 2014-07)
    Women are more resistant to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) than men despite equal exposure to major risk factors, such as hepatitis B or C virus infection. Female resistance is hormone-dependent, as evidenced by the sharp ...
  • Ravi, Arvind; Gurtan, Allan M.; Kumar, Madhu Sudhan; Chin, Christine; Lu, Victoria; Sharp, Phillip A.; Bhutkar, Arjun (AJ); Lees, Jacqueline; Jacks, Tyler E.; Sharp, Phillip A.; Kumar, Madhu Sudhan (Elsevier, 2012-06)
    MicroRNAs are a class of short ~22 nucleotide RNAs predicted to regulate nearly half of all protein coding genes, including many involved in basal cellular processes and organismal development. Although a global reduction ...
  • Rolauffs, Bernd; Grodzinsky, Alan J.; Williams, James M.; Aurich, Matthias; Kuettner, Klaus E.; Cole, Ada A. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010-01)
    Objective Human superficial chondrocytes show distinct spatial organizations, and they commonly aggregate near osteoarthritic (OA) fissures. The aim of this study was to determine whether remodeling or destruction of ...
  • Howe, Mark William; Sandberg, Stefan G.; Phillips, Paul E. M.; Graybiel, Ann M.; Tierney, Patrick (Nature Publishing Group, 2013-08)
    Predictions about future rewarding events have a powerful influence on behaviour. The phasic spike activity of dopamine-containing neurons, and corresponding dopamine transients in the striatum, are thought to underlie ...
  • Nadeau, Phillip; El-Damak, Dina Reda; Glettig, Dean; Kong, Yong Lin; Mo, Stacy H.; Cleveland, Cody; Booth, Lucas; Roxhed, Niclas; Langer, Robert S; Chandrakasan, Anantha P; Traverso, Carlo Giovanni (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-02)
    Ingestible electronics have revolutionized the standard of care for a variety of health conditions. Extending the capacity and safety of these devices, and reducing the costs of powering them, could enable broad deployment ...
  • Shankarappa, Sahadev A.; Tsui, Jonathan H.; Kim, Kristine N.; Reznor, Gally; Dohlman, Jenny C.; Langer, Robert; Kohane, Daniel S. (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 2012-10)
    Aberrant neuronal activity in injured peripheral nerves is believed to be an important factor in the development of neuropathic pain. Pharmacological blockade of that activity has been shown to mitigate the onset of ...
  • Shah, S. R.; Galy, V.; McNichol, A. P.; Eglinton, Timothy I.; Griffith, David Richmond (Copernicus GmbH, 2013-11)
    In recent decades, the Canada Basin of the Arctic Ocean has experienced rapidly decreasing summer sea ice coverage and freshening of surface waters. It is unclear how these changes translate to deeper waters, particularly ...
  • Eisen, Herman N.; Hou, Xun Helen; Shen, Chase; Wang, Kaidi; Tanguturi, Varsha Keelara; Smith, Crysela; Kozyrytska, Katerina; Nambiar, Lakshmi; McKinley, Carol A.; Chen, Jianzhu; Cohen, Richard J. (National Academy of Sciences, 2012-03)
    Algorithms derived from measurements of short-peptide (8–10 mers) binding to class I MHC proteins suggest that the binding groove of a class I MHC protein, such as K[superscript b], can bind well over 1 million different ...
  • Eisen, Herman N.; Hou, Xun Helen; Shen, Chase; Wang, Kaidi; Tanguturi, Varsha Keelara; Smith, Crysela; Kozyrytska, Katerina; Nambiar, Lakshmi; McKinley, Carol A.; Chen, Jianzhu; Cohen, Richard J. (National Academy of Sciences, 2012-03)
    Algorithms derived from measurements of short-peptide (8–10 mers) binding to class I MHC proteins suggest that the binding groove of a class I MHC protein, such as K[superscript b], can bind well over 1 million different ...
  • Locke, Richard M.; Romis, Monica (Taylor & Francis, 2010-02)
    What role can corporate codes of conduct play in monitoring compliance with international labor standards and improving working conditions in global supply chains? How does this system of private voluntary regulation relate ...
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