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    • The future of IPTV: adding social networking and mobility 

      Mirlacher, T.; Montpetit, Marie-Jose; Klym, Natalie (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2009-08)
      As more and more content migrates to the Internet, "personal" video choices are becoming the norm not the exception. The impact of Internet content and IP based business of video distribution is still difficult to evaluate. ...
    • The future of metabolic engineering and synthetic biology: Towards a systematic practice 

      Yadav, Vikramaditya G.; De Mey, Marjan; Kumaran Ajikumar, Parayil; Stephanopoulos, Gregory; Lim, Chin Giaw (Elsevier, 2012-02)
      Industrial biotechnology promises to revolutionize conventional chemical manufacturing in the years ahead, largely owing to the excellent progress in our ability to re-engineer cellular metabolism. However, most successes ...
    • Future of oil and gas development in the western Amazon 

      Finer, Matt; Babbitt, Bruce; Novoa, Sidney; Ferrarese, Francesco; Pappalardo, Salvatore Eugenio; e.a. (IOP Publishing, 2015-01)
      The western Amazon is one of the world's last high-biodiversity wilderness areas, characterized by extraordinary species richness and large tracts of roadless humid tropical forest. It is also home to an active hydrocarbon ...
    • The future of spectroscopic life detection on exoplanets 

      Seager, Sara (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 2014-08)
      The discovery and characterization of exoplanets have the potential to offer the world one of the most impactful findings ever in the history of astronomy—the identification of life beyond Earth. Life can be inferred by ...
    • The Future of Weak Ties 

      Aral, Sinan K (University of Chicago Press, 2016-05)
      “The Strength of Weak Ties” (Granovetter 1973) arguably contains the most influential sociological theory of networks. Granovetter’s subtle, nuanced theory has spawned countless follow-on ideas, many of which are immortalized ...
    • Future rent-seeking and current public savings 

      Caballero, Ricardo J; Yared, Pierre (Elsevier, 2010-08)
      The conventional wisdom is that politicians' rent-seeking motives increase public debt and deficits. This is because myopic politicians face political risk and prefer to extract political rents as early as possible. In ...
    • Future trends in environmental mercury concentrations: implications for prevention strategies 

      Selin, Noelle Eckley; Sunderland, Elsie M. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2013-01)
      In their new paper, Bellanger and coauthors show substantial economic impacts to the EU from neurocognitive impairment associated with methylmercury (MeHg) exposures. The main source of MeHg exposure is seafood consumption, ...
    • Fuzzy Logic Analysis of Kinase Pathway Crosstalk in TNF/EGF/Insulin-Induced Signaling 

      Aldridge, Bree B.; Saez-Rodriguez, Julio; Muhlich, Jeremy L.; Sorger, Peter K.; Lauffenburger, Douglas A. (Public Library of Science, 2007-12)
      When modeling cell signaling networks, a balance must be struck between mechanistic detail and ease of interpretation. In this paper we apply a fuzzy logic framework to the analysis of a large, systematic dataset describing ...
    • Fuzzy Modeling to Predict Severely Depressed Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction following Admission to the Intensive Care Unit Using Clinical Physiology 

      Dejam, Andre; Reti, Shane R.; Vieira, Susana M.; Celi, Leo A.; Pereira, Ruben Duarte M. A.; e.a. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015)
      Left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) constitutes an important physiological parameter for the assessment of cardiac function, particularly in the settings of coronary artery disease and heart failure. This study ...
    • G N Ramachandran’s contributions to medical imaging 

      Kumar, Anil; Ajoy, Ashok (Springer India, 2016-09)
      G N Ramachandran made several remarkable contributions to biophysics and structural biology over the course of his celebrated career. In a pair of seminal papers in 1971, he also laid the foundation for the technique of ...
    • G-quadruplex–forming promoter sequences enable transcriptional activation in response to oxidative stress 

      Fedeles, Bogdan I (National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), 2017-03)
      Oxidative DNA damage is an implacable consequence of aerobic metabolism and often exacerbated in inflammatory processes that use reactive oxygen species (ROS) both as signaling molecules and as chemical warfare against ...
    • G-stalt: A chirocentric, spatiotemporal, and telekinetic gestural interface 

      Zigelbaum, Jamie; Browning, Alan; Leithinger, Daniel; Bau, Olivier; Ishii, Hiroshi (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2010-01)
      In this paper we present g-stalt, a gestural interface for interacting with video. g-stalt is built upon the g-speak spatial operating environment (SOE) from Oblong Industries. The version of g-stalt presented here is ...
    • GaAsP/InGaP heterojunction bipolar transistors grown by MOCVD 

      Heidelberger, Christopher; Fitzgerald, Eugene A (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2017-01)
      Heterojunction bipolar transistors with GaAs[subscript x]P[subscript 1−x] bases and collectors and In[subscript y]Ga[subscript 1−y]P emitters were grown on GaAs substrates via metalorganic chemical vapor deposition, ...
    • GABA Neurons of the VTA Drive Conditioned Place Aversion 

      Tan, Kelly R.; Turiault, Marc; Mirzabekov, Julie J.; Doehner, Jana; Deisseroth, Karl; e.a. (Elsevier, 2012-03)
      Salient but aversive stimuli inhibit the majority of dopamine (DA) neurons in the ventral tegmental area (VTA) and cause conditioned place aversion (CPA). The cellular mechanism underlying DA neuron inhibition has not been ...
    • GABAA circuit mechanisms are associated with ether anesthesia-induced unconsciousness 

      Akeju, Oluwaseun; Hamilos, Allison E.; Pavone, Kara J.; Song, Andrew H.; Purdon, Patrick L.; e.a. (Elsevier, 2016-02)
      Objective: An emerging paradigm for understanding how anesthetics induce altered arousal is relating receptor targeting in specific neural circuits to electroencephalogram (EEG) activity. Enhanced gamma amino-butyric acid ...
    • The Gag protein of the Drosphila telomeric retrotransposon TAHRE collaborates with HeT-A and TART Gags for nuclear localization 

      Fuller, Adelaide M.; Cook, Elizabeth G.; Kelley, Kerry (Genetics Society of America, The, 2010-03)
      TAHRE, the least abundant of the three retrotransposons forming telomeres in Drosophila melanogaster, has high sequence similarity to the gag gene and untranslated regions of HeT-A, the most abundant telomere-specific ...
    • Gain measurements of scattering-assisted terahertz quantum cascade lasers 

      Hu, Qing; Reno, John L.; Burghoff, David Patrick; Chan, Chun Wang Ivan (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2012-06)
      Using terahertz time-domain spectroscopy, the gain of scattering-assisted terahertz quantum cascade lasers is measured. By examining the intersubband gain and absorption over a wide range of bias voltages, we experimentally ...
    • Gain-Scheduled Higher Harmonic Control for Full Flight Envelope Vibration Reduction 

      Fan, Frank H.; Hall, Steven (American Helicopter Society International, Inc., 2014-05)
      This paper investigates the dynamics of the SMART rotor, and presents a method to design a gain-scheduled controller to reduce the harmonic vibration throughout the flight envelope. The dynamics of the SMART rotor was ...
    • Gaining (mutual) information about quark/gluon discrimination 

      Thaler, Jesse; Waalewijn, Wouter J.; Larkoski, Andrew (Springer-Verlag, 2014-11)
      Discriminating quark jets from gluon jets is an important but challenging problem in jet substructure. In this paper, we use the concept of mutual information to illuminate the physics of quark/gluon tagging. Ideal quark/gluon ...
    • Gaining Acceptance by Informing the People? Public Knowledge, Attitudes, and Acceptance of Transportation Policies 

      Li, Menghan; Zhao, Jinhua (SAGE Publications, 2017-09)
      We examine the connection between public knowledge and attitudes in the context of urban transportation policies. We categorize policy knowledge into received, subjective, and reasoned knowledge, and measure them empirically ...