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A. A. Bennett, I. L. Miller, Gregory Breit
1917 The American mathematical monthly  
Proposed by A. A. BENNETT, University of Texas. With the use of the compasses alone construct a circle with area five times as great as that of a given circle.  ...  SOLUTION BY GREGORY BREIT, Student, Johns Hopkins University. Let AC be the given circle, of radius r.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2973564 fatcat:pk7bda2gjbbplayprbq2wowmai

Impossible Choreographies: the database as a creative tool

Gregory Bennett
2016 The Journal of Creative Technologies  
Working directly into high-end 3D modelling and animation software, and taking the actions of a generic male figure as a point of departure, my animations are created in a modular fashion, building up  ...  This exposition discusses the emergence of the database as a creative methodology, and key organising principle in the generation of a series of 3D digital animated artworks.  ...  Video clip of animated run cycle by Gregory Bennett (2004) ....................... Video clip of animated walk cycle by Gregory Bennett (2009) ..................... A man walking.  ... 
doi:10.24282/jct.07.01 fatcat:vapidcjvhvavjmvmrnr3ws4j4a

A New Eretmocerus (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) Species Reared from Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)

Gregory A. Evans, Fred D. Bennett
1996 Florida Entomologist  
A new species of the genus Eretmocerus , reared from Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (Kotinsky), is described and illustrated.  ...  Specimens deposited as follows: 1F,1M (Museum of Natural History, London, UK); 1F,1M (Florida State Collection of Arthropods, Gainesville, Florida); 1F,1M (Gregory Evans personal collection), remainder  ...  Bennett in Canada balsam (USNM). Allotype male, same data as holotype (USNM), in Canada balsam. Paratypes, 99 females (F) and 5 males (M), all reared by F. D.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3496070 fatcat:zb4clotx4vdh7egdkrolxudyb4

Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science - A Review

Bonnie Holte Bennett, Dwight Nelson, Russell Pannier, Thomas Sullivan, Gregory Robinson-Riegler
1998 The AI Magazine  
In summary, this discussion covers the field and does so in a way that, Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science A Review Bonnie Holte Bennett, Dwight Nelson, Russell Pannier, Thomas Sullivan, and Gregory  ...  Here is Thagard's formulation of Penrose's argument: First, anything a computer can do, a Turing machine can do; so, any task although unremarkable to a seasoned AI researcher, is accessible to a general  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v19i1.1360 dblp:journals/aim/BennettNPSR98 fatcat:ny3hm4p6qrbwdiq5tumaobuwii


1956 Endocrinology  
GREGORY, GLENN A. DRAGER, SHIH YUAN TSAI AND LAWRENCE G.  ...  MAY with the technical assistance of Virginia white, ALENE BENNETT AND CHARLES GREGORY John Sealy Memorial Laboratory for Clinical Research and Departments of Medicine and Anatomy, University of Texas  ... 
doi:10.1210/endo-58-1-79 pmid:13285450 fatcat:6zbxvawg6nbmpdokekvgitvynu

Say what? (xiao): the representation of laughter as a contextualization cue in online Japanese discourse

Gregory A. Bennett
2012 Linguistica  
To demonstrate, I analyze the public Tweets of saywhat327, a male Japanese university student.  ...  I argue that they are digital equivalents of what Gumperz (1982) calls contextualization cues and that users employ each variant to convey a pragmatic tone, or what Goffman (1981) refers to as linguistic  ...  This paper reflects only one part to a much larger mosaic of findings that he and I have crafted in partnership. I am endlessly grateful toward Dr.  ... 
doi:10.4312/linguistica.52.1.187-199 fatcat:4omkm3pyyfc7ncxgcc4pcmdiea

A model of litter size distribution in cattle

G L Bennett, S E Echternkamp, K E Gregory
1998 Journal of Animal Science  
A model of the distribution of litter size in cattle is proposed.  ...  A cow ovulating two ova was predicted to have the highest conception rate in a single breeding cycle. As mean ovulation rate increased, predicted conception to one breeding cycle increased.  ...  Meat Animal Research Center from 1989 through 1995 were used to test the predictions (Gregory et al., 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.2527/1998.7671789x pmid:9690633 fatcat:lqoa3ghxafa7zahuzkx6i5vhum

In situ thermal measurements of sliding contacts

Kyle G. Rowe, Alexander I. Bennett, Brandon A. Krick, W. Gregory Sawyer
2013 Tribology International  
This study examines frictional heating and the associated temperature rise for a sliding circular contact using an in situ thermal micro-tribometer.  ...  Observation of the contact temperature used a radiometric approach to measure local temperature at the sliding interface with an emphasis on full field imaging and thermal accuracy.  ...  (half width), a, estimated from the measured nominal contact area, A, by approximating the entire contact as a circle (a ¼ ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi ffi A=p p ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.triboint.2013.02.028 fatcat:pq3ph3hevbawhhfcyy6ybp2vie

A 'parameiosis' drives depolyploidization and homologous recombination in Candida albicans

Matthew Z. Anderson, Gregory J. Thomson, Matthew P. Hirakawa, Richard J. Bennett
2019 Nature Communications  
Meiosis is a conserved tenet of sexual reproduction in eukaryotes, yet this program is seemingly absent from many extant species.  ...  These results indicate that C. albicans CCL represents a 'parameiosis' that blurs the conventional boundaries between mitosis and meiosis.  ...  We next examined whether DSB formation, a hallmark of a conventional meiosis, is observed during CCL.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-019-12376-2 pmid:31558727 pmcid:PMC6763455 fatcat:volyrlj3y5f3va5hbmrux4q5my

The Internet as a Source of Information for De Quervain's Tendinitis

James C. Heap, Bobby Dezfuli, David M. Bennett, Eric Chapman, Gregory L. DeSilva
2014 Hand  
The websites were then evaluated and assigned a quality score, a Flesch-Kincaid (FK) reading level, and a subjective quality score.  ...  The first 10 results from the searches were of higher quality than results 11-20, and there was a positive correlation between objective and subjective quality scores but no correlation between readability  ...  A total score with a maximum of thirty was then assigned reading level, and by subjective score.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11552-014-9657-3 pmid:25767432 pmcid:PMC4349837 fatcat:pc5wcxqq7zc5rmq6fsdmbcxruu

The enduring link between forest cover and rainfall: a historical perspective on science and policy discussions

Brett M. Bennett, Gregory A. Barton
2018 Forest Ecosystems  
Forests were understood to create rain within a locality and region.  ...  Conclusion: Supply-side management policies have a checkered history that should elicit caution, while demand-side policies, which are based on almost a century of hydrological research, should not be  ...  (Bennett and Kruger 2013, 2015; Kruger and Bennett 2013) . Its director Christiaan Wicht (1908 Wicht ( -1978 designed a paired catchment experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40663-017-0124-9 fatcat:hjlvqiwsxvf7niyhox5ensmnkm

Rethinking Environmental Performance from a Public Health Perspective: A Comparative Industry Analysis

Dinah A. Koehler, Deborah H. Bennett, Gregory A. Norris, John D. Spengler
2005 Journal of Industrial Ecology  
Cancer risk to the U.S. population was determined by applying a damage function to the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) as modeled by CalTOX, a multimedia multipathway fate and exposure model.  ...  The direct emissions of a small number of industry sectors account for most of the U.S. population cancer risk.  ...  to total exposure relative to an emissions source (Bennett et al. 2001 (Bennett et al. , 2002 .  ... 
doi:10.1162/1088198054821627 fatcat:ltfdr3oklvaefbxys7ygov6uiy

Arabidopsis bHLH100 and bHLH101 Control Iron Homeostasis via a FIT-Independent Pathway

Alicia B. Sivitz, Victor Hermand, Catherine Curie, Grégory Vert, Malcolm Bennett
2012 PLoS ONE  
Iron deficiency induces a complex set of responses in plants, including developmental and physiological changes, to increase iron uptake from soil.  ...  Citation: Sivitz AB, Hermand V, Curie C, Vert G (2012) Arabidopsis bHLH100 and bHLH101 Control Iron Homeostasis via a FIT-Independent Pathway. PLoS ONE 7(9): e44843.  ...  Among them were found genes encoding a beta-amylase, a a putative sucrose phosphate synthase, and a subunit of photosystem I.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044843 pmid:22984573 pmcid:PMC3439455 fatcat:miklrwam2nai7j7ow4jxmfp7ny

Decline of nucleotide excision repair capacity in aging Caenorhabditis elegans

Joel N Meyer, Windy A Boyd, Gregory A Azzam, Astrid C Haugen, Jonathan H Freedman, Bennett Van Houten
2007 Genome Biology  
in removal of about 60% of the photoproducts was followed by a much slower phase.  ...  Nuclear repair kinetics in a well expressed nuclear gene were biphasic in nongravid adult nematodes: a faster, first order (half-life about 16 hours) phase lasting approximately 24 hours and resulting  ...  This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program of the NIEHS, a National Institutes of Health Grant T32-ES-007031 (WAB), and through a collaborative agreement with the National Toxicology  ... 
doi:10.1186/gb-2007-8-5-r70 pmid:17472752 pmcid:PMC1929140 fatcat:qeudgmab5raenil23d4op25nby

Access to intellectual property is a major obstacle to developing transgenic horticultural crops

Gregory D. Graff, Brian D. Wright, Alan B. Bennett, David Zilberman
2004 California Agriculture  
The Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture (PIPRA), headquartered at UC Davis, is a new coalition of U.S. universities and foundations committed to this strategy.  ...  Gathering the legal rights to all the intellectual property necessary for marketing a genetically engineered product can be daunting, especially for smaller companies and public institutions.  ...  UC Davis professor Alan Bennett was recently selected as PIPRA's executive director, and its offices will be based on campus.  ... 
doi:10.3733/ca.v058n02p120 fatcat:pwpyr2724rfollqaow4hioqtfy
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