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Feature-based RGB-D camera pose optimization for real-time 3D reconstruction

. Chao Wang is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. Before that, he received his M.S. degree in computer science in 2012, and B.S. degree

Dual-linker gold nanoparticles as adjuvanting carriers for multivalent display of recombinant influenza hemagglutinin trimers and flagellin improve the immunological responses in vivo and in vitro

Chao Wang, Wandi Zhu, Bao-Zhong Wang Center for Inflammation, Immunity and Infection, Georgia State University Institute for Biomedical Sciences, Atlanta, GA, USA Abstract: Vaccination is the most cost ... immunological responses in vivo and in vitro Chao Wang Wandi Zhu Bao-Zhong Wang 0 0 center for Inflammation , Immunity and Infection , georgia state University Institute for Biomedical sciences , atlanta, ga

Combinatorial hydrogels with biochemical gradients for screening 3D cellular microenvironments

3D microenvironmental parameters control cell behavior, but can be challenging to investigate over a wide range of conditions. Here, a combinatorial hydrogel platform is developed that uses light-mediated thiol-norbornene chemistry to encapsulate cells within hydrogels with biochemical gradients made by spatially varied light exposure. Specifically, mesenchymal stem cells are...

Shield synthesis

Shield synthesis is an approach to enforce safety properties at runtime. A shield monitors the system and corrects any erroneous output values instantaneously. The shield deviates from the given outputs as little as it can and recovers to hand back control to the system as soon as possible. In the first part of this paper, we consider shield synthesis for reactive hardware...

Compactness criteria and new impulsive functional dynamic equations on time scales

In this paper, we introduce the concept of Δ-sub-derivative on time scales to define ε-equivalent impulsive functional dynamic equations on almost periodic time scales. To obtain the existence of solutions for this type of dynamic equation, we establish some new theorems to characterize the compact sets in regulated function space on noncompact intervals of time scales. Also, by...

Angle stability and outflow in dual blade ab interno trabeculectomy with active versus passive chamber management

Purpose To compare intraoperative angle stability and postoperative outflow of two ab interno trabeculectomy devices that excise the trabecular meshwork with or without active aspiration and irrigation. We hypothesized that anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT) allows for a quantitative comparison of intraoperative angle stability in a microincisional glaucoma...

A Molecular Approach to the Sexing of the Triple Burial at the Upper Paleolithic Site of Dolní Věstonice

In the past decades ancient DNA research has brought numerous insights to archaeological research where traditional approaches were limited. The determination of sex in human skeletal remains is often challenging for physical anthropologists when dealing with incomplete, juvenile or pathological specimens. Molecular approaches allow sexing on the basis of sex-specific markers or...

Short-chain fatty acid receptors inhibit invasive phenotypes in breast cancer cells

: Deron R. Herr. Investigation: Madhumathi Thirunavukkarasan, Chao Wang, Tatsuma Hind, Yuan Ru Teo, Abrar Al-Mahmood Siddiquee, Mohamed Ally Ibrahim Goghari. Methodology: Deron R. Herr. Project

Relatively dense sets, corrected uniformly almost periodic functions on time scales, and generalizations

In this paper, we use the analysis of relatively dense sets to point out some deficiencies and inaccuracies in the definition of uniformly almost periodic functions which has been proposed in recent works, and we correct it. Some new generalizations of invariance under translation time scales and almost periodic functions are established. Our study will ensure that now we can...

Extraction of Sensitive Bands for Monitoring the Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Growth Status and Yields Based on the Spectral Reflectance

To extract the sensitive bands for estimating the winter wheat growth status and yields, field experiments were conducted. The crop variables including aboveground biomass (AGB), soil and plant analyzer development (SPAD) value, yield, and canopy spectra were determined. Statistical methods of correlation analysis, partial least squares (PLS), and stepwise multiple linear...

Changing-periodic time scales and decomposition theorems of time scales with applications to functions with local almost periodicity and automorphy

Chao Wang Ravi P Agarwal In this work, we address the periodic coverage phenomenon on arbitrary unbounded time scales and initiate a new idea, namely, we introduce the concept of changing-periodic time

Abstraction and mining of traces to explain concurrency bugs

We propose an automated mining-based method for explaining concurrency bugs. We use a data mining technique called sequential pattern mining to identify problematic sequences of concurrent read and write accesses to the shared memory of a multithreaded program. Our technique does not rely on any characteristics specific to one type of concurrency bug, thus providing a general...

Decadal Trend in Agricultural Abandonment and Woodland Expansion in an Agro-Pastoral Transition Band in Northern China

Land use land cover (LULC) changes frequently in ecotones due to the large climate and soil gradients, and complex landscape composition and configuration. Accurate mapping of LULC changes in ecotones is of great importance for assessment of ecosystem functions/services and policy-decision support. Decadal or sub-decadal mapping of LULC provides scenarios for modeling...

Functional Roles of Neural Preparatory Processes in a Cued Stroop Task Revealed by Linking Electrophysiology with Behavioral Performance

It is well established that cuing facilitates behavioral performance and that different aspects of instructional cues evoke specific neural preparatory processes in cued task-switching paradigms. To deduce the functional role of these neural preparatory processes the majority of studies vary aspects of the experimental paradigm and describe how these variations alter markers of...

Digitor/dASCIZ Has Multiple Roles in Drosophila Development

In this study we provide evidence that the spindle matrix protein Skeletor in Drosophila interacts with the human ASCIZ (also known as ATMIN and ZNF822) ortholog, Digitor/dASCIZ. This interaction was first detected in a yeast two-hybrid screen and subsequently confirmed by pull-down assays. We also confirm a previously documented function of Digitor/dASCIZ as a regulator of...

GRAPHIE: graph based histology image explorer

Background Histology images comprise one of the important sources of knowledge for phenotyping studies in systems biology. However, the annotation and analyses of histological data have remained a manual, subjective and relatively low-throughput process. Results We introduce Graph based Histology Image Explorer (GRAPHIE)-a visual analytics tool to explore, annotate and discover...

Honey Bee Inhibitory Signaling Is Tuned to Threat Severity and Can Act as a Colony Alarm Signal

Alarm communication is a key adaptation that helps social groups resist predation and rally defenses. In Asia, the world’s largest hornet, Vespa mandarinia, and the smaller hornet, Vespa velutina, prey upon foragers and nests of the Asian honey bee, Apis cerana. We attacked foragers and colony nest entrances with these predators and provide the first evidence, in social insects...

Weighted piecewise pseudo almost automorphic functions with applications to abstract impulsive ∇-dynamic equations on time scales

In the present paper, by introducing the concept of equipotentially almost automorphic sequence, the concept of weighted piecewise pseudo almost automorphic functions on time scales is proposed. Some first results about their basic properties are obtained and some composition theorems are established. Then we apply these to investigate the existence of weighted piecewise pseudo...

Bringing systems biology to cancer, immunology and infectious disease

A report on the seventh annual ‘International Conference on Systems Biology of Human Disease’ held in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 17–19 June, 2014.