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    • Spatial information in large-scale neural recordings 

      Cybulski, Thaddeus R.; Glaser, Joshua I.; Zamft, Bradley M.; Church, George M.; Kording, Konrad P.; e.a. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015-01)
      To record from a given neuron, a recording technology must be able to separate the activity of that neuron from the activity of its neighbors. Here, we develop a Fisher information based framework to determine the conditions ...
    • Spatial Integration of Corporate R&D and Mass Production Activities in High-tech Manufacturing: A Case Study of Samsung Electronics 

      Nam, Kyung-min (2009)
      This paper argues that the high-tech manufacturing sector’s location pattern in favor of the Capital Region is a key variable that can explain both divergent local manufacturing performance and Korea’s monocentric economic ...
    • Spatial Markov Model of Anomalous Transport Through Random Lattice Networks 

      Kang, Peter Kyungchul; Juanes, Ruben; Dentz, Marco; Borgne, Tanguy Le (American Physical Society (APS), 2011-10)
      Flow through lattice networks with quenched disorder exhibits a strong correlation in the velocity field, even if the link transmissivities are uncorrelated. This feature, which is a consequence of the divergence-free ...
    • Spatial noise filtering through error correction for quantum sensing 

      Layden, David; Cappellaro, Paola (Nature Publishing Group, 2018-07)
      Quantum systems can be used to measure various quantities in their environment with high precision. Often, however, their sensitivity is limited by the decohering effects of this same environment. Dynamical decoupling schemes ...
    • Spatial optimization for radiation therapy of brain tumours 

      Meaney, Cameron (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2019-06-28)
      Glioblastomas are the most common primary brain tumours. They are known for their highly aggressive growth and invasion, leading to short survival times. Treatments for glioblastomas commonly involve a combination of ...
    • Spatial reconstruction of single-cell gene expression data 

      Satija, Rahul; Farrell, Jeffrey A; Gennert, David; Schier, Alexander F; Regev, Aviv (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-04)
      Spatial localization is a key determinant of cellular fate and behavior, but methods for spatially resolved, transcriptome-wide gene expression profiling across complex tissues are lacking. RNA staining methods assay only ...
    • Spatial signals link exit from mitosis to spindle position 

      Falk, Jill; Tsuchiya, Dai; Verdaasdonk, Jolien; Lacefield, Soni; Bloom, Kerry; e.a. (eLife Sciences Publications, Ltd., 2016-05)
      In budding yeast, if the spindle becomes mispositioned, cells prevent exit from mitosis by inhibiting the mitotic exit network (MEN). The MEN is a signaling cascade that localizes to spindle pole bodies (SPBs) and activates ...
    • Spatial tethering of kinases to their substrates relaxes evolutionary constraints on specificity 

      Ashenberg, Orr; Snow, Hana R.; Skerker, Jeffrey M.; Laub, Michael T.; Capra, Emily Jordan; e.a. (Wiley Blackwell, 2012-11)
      Signal transduction proteins are often multi-domain proteins that arose through the fusion of previously independent proteins. How such a change in the spatial arrangement of proteins impacts their evolution and the selective ...
    • Spatial variation decomposition via sparse regression 

      Zhang, Wangyang; Balakrishnan, Karthik; Li, Xin; Acar, Emrah; Liu, Frank; e.a. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2012-05)
      In this paper, we briefly discuss the recent development of a novel sparse regression technique that aims to accurately decompose process variation into two different components: (1) spatially correlated variation, and (2) ...
    • Spatial variation in automated burst suppression detection in pharmacologically induced coma 

      Jonnalagadda, Durga; Moura, Valdery; Purdon, Patrick L.; Westover, M. Brandon; An, Jingzhi; e.a. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015-11)
      Burst suppression is actively studied as a control signal to guide anesthetic dosing in patients undergoing medically induced coma. The ability to automatically identify periods of EEG suppression and compactly summarize ...
    • Spatial variations in the rate of sea level rise caused by the present-day melting of glaciers and ice sheets 

      Conrad, Clinton P.; Hager, Bradford H (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 1997-06)
      The redistribution of surface water mass associated with the melting of glacial ice causes uplift near areas of mass depletion, depression of the seafloors, and changes in the earth's gravitational field which perturb the ...
    • Spatially and temporally controlled immune cell interactions using microscale tools 

      Dura, Burak; Voldman, Joel (Elsevier B.V., 2015-06)
      Many critical immunological responses are mediated by cell–cell interactions. Despite their capabilities, traditional techniques that rely on snapshot analysis or ensemble measurements can only provide a fragmentary picture ...
    • Spatially Continuous Depletion Algorithm for Monte Carlo Simulations 

      Ellis, Matthew Shawn; Josey, Colin; Smith, Kord S. (American Nuclear Society, 2016-11)
      To correctly predict reactor behavior during cycle operations, the evolution of nuclide number densities throughout the core must be accurately modeled. The time-varying spatial distribution of nuclide number densities is ...
    • Spatially Extended Kondo State in Magnetic Molecules Induced by Interfacial Charge Transfer 

      Perera, U. G. E.; Kulik, Heather Janine; Iancu, V.; Dias da Silva, L. G. G. V.; Ulloa, S. E.; e.a. (American Physical Society, 2010-09)
      An extensive redistribution of spin density in TBrPP-Co molecules adsorbed on a Cu(111) surface is investigated by monitoring Kondo resonances at different locations on single molecules. Remarkably, the width of the Kondo ...
    • Spatially inhomogeneous electron state deep in the extreme quantum limit of strontium titanate 

      Bhattacharya, Anand; Khalsa, Guru; Suslov, Alexey V.; Skinner, Brian J (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-09)
      When an electronic system is subjected to a sufficiently strong magnetic field that the cyclotron energy is much larger than the Fermi energy, the system enters the extreme quantum limit (EQL) and becomes susceptible to a ...
    • Spatially modulated magnetic structure of EuS due to the tetragonal domain structure of SrTiO₃ 

      Rosenberg, Aaron J.; Kirtley, John R.; Moler, Kathryn A.; Katmis, Ferhat; Gedik, Nuh; e.a. (American Physical Society, 2017-12)
      The combination of ferromagnets with topological superconductors or insulators allows for new phases of matter that support excitations such as chiral edge modes and Majorana fermions. EuS, a wide-bandgap ferromagnetic ...
    • Spatially Resolved Chandra HETG Spectroscopy of the NLR Ionization Cone in NGC 1068 

      Evans, Daniel A.; Ogle, Patrick M.; Marshall, Herman Lee; Nowak, Michael A.; Bianchi, S.; e.a. (American Institute of Physics, 2010-07)
      We present initial results from a new 440-ks Chandra HETG GTO observation of the canonical Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 1068. The proximity of NGC 1068, together with Chandra's superb spatial and spectral resolution, allow an ...
    • Spatially resolved edge currents and guided-wave electronic states in graphene 

      Allen, M. T.; Fulga, I. C.; Akhmerov, A. R.; Watanabe, K.; Taniguchi, T.; e.a. (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11)
      Exploiting the light-like properties of carriers in graphene could allow extreme non-classical forms of electronic transport to be realized. In this vein, finding ways to confine and direct electronic waves through nanoscale ...
    • Spatially Resolved Patchy Lyα Emission Within the Central Kiloparsec of a Strongly Lensed Quasar Host Galaxy at z = 2.8 

      Sharon, Keren; Acharyya, Ayan; Gladders, Michael D.; Rigby, Jane R.; Bian, Fuyan; e.a. (IOP Publishing, 2017-08)
      We report the detection of extended Lyα emission from the host galaxy of SDSS J2222+2745, a strongly lensed quasar at z = 2.8. Spectroscopic follow-up clearly reveals extended Lyα in emission between two images of the ...
    • Spatially resolved proteomic mapping in living cells with the engineered peroxidase APEX2 

      Hung, Victoria; Udeshi, Namrata D.; Lam, Stephanie Shih-Min; Loh, Ken H.; Cox, Kurt James; e.a. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-02)
      This protocol describes a method to obtain spatially resolved proteomic maps of specific compartments within living mammalian cells. An engineered peroxidase, APEX2, is genetically targeted to a cellular region of interest. ...