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Olfactory neuroblastomas

Gerard J. Obert, Kenneth D. Devine, John R. McDonald
1960 Cancer  
.,* KENNETH D. DEVINE, M.D., AND Joun R. McDONALD, M.D. LTHOUGH first described in 1924 in the French literature by Berger, Luc, and Richard?  ... 
doi:10.1002/1097-0142(196001/02)13:1<205::aid-cncr2820130132>;2-g pmid:14428181 fatcat:7showsu7rnfn5gooxh7yuewtoy

Cancer in Childhood

Max Ritvo, John D. Houghton, Eugene J. McDonald
1942 Radiology  
doi:10.1148/39.3.278 fatcat:rohl2r6bbjd27aye73mns3i4ye

B-ball Baryogenesis and D-term Inflation [article]

John McDonald
1999 arXiv   pre-print
Evasion of thermalization and the ability to account for the observed baryon asymmetry requires a very low reheating temperature, which, it is argued, is a natural feature of presently favoured D-term  ...  This is easily satified for the d=6 D-term inflation case.  ...  In this case the flat directions are of even dimension [21] e.g. d=4 H u L-direction <ν L >=< φ o u > ; (H u L) 2 = 0 , (2) d=6 u c d c d c -direction (the d c QL and e c LL directions are similar) <  ... 
arXiv:hep-ph/9901453v3 fatcat:uhzurpftwvgctoure6vzm7gsxa

The Language of Driving

Anthony D. McDonald, John D. Lee, Nazan S. Aksan, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo
2013 Transportation Research Record  
McDonald et al.  ...  d (0 g) 41.68 −91.60 213.1 305.07 17.2 60 d (47 km/h) d (0 g) d (0 g) 41.68 −91.60 213.1 305.23 18.5 61 c (56 km/h) d (0 g) d (0 g) 41.68 −91.60 213.2 305.28  ... 
doi:10.3141/2392-03 pmid:26203202 pmcid:PMC4507408 fatcat:6hazdbbfuzf3ffmyzprmajwpaa

F-term inflationQ-balls

John McDonald
2006 Physical Review D  
In a previous paper we demonstrated the existence of Q-ball solutions of the field equations of the D-term inflation model [15] .  ...  There are two classes of SUSY hybrid inflation model [1] , F-term [2] and D-term inflation [3] , depending on which part of the scalar potential drives inflation.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevd.73.043501 fatcat:n3zjvfq4ovfqtkls6tzyzmn53u

Observation of Breathers in an Attractive Bose Gas [article]

Patrick J. Everitt, Mahasen A. Sooriyabandara, Gordon D. McDonald, Kyle S. Hardman, Ciaron Quinlivan, Manju Perumbil, Paul Wigley, John E. Debs, John D. Close, Carlos C.N. Kuhn, Nicholas P. Robins
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In weakly nonlinear dispersive systems, solitons are spatially localized solutions which propagate without changing shape through a delicate balance between dispersion and self-focusing nonlinear effects. These states have been extensively studied in Bose-Einstein condensates, where interatomic interactions give rise to such nonlinearities. Previous experimental work with matter wave solitons has been limited to static intensity profiles. The creation of matter wave breathers--dispersionless
more » ... iton-like states with collective oscillation frequencies driven by attractive mean-field interactions--have been of theoretical interest due to the exotic behaviour of interacting matter wave systems. Here, using an attractively interacting Bose-Einstein condensate, we present the first observation of matter wave breathers. A comparison between experimental data and a cubic-quintic Gross-Pitaevskii equation suggests that previously unobserved three-body interactions may play an important role in this system. The observation of long lived stable breathers in an attractively interacting matter wave system indicates that there is a wide range of previously unobserved, but theoretically predicted, effects that are now experimentally accessible.
arXiv:1509.06844v1 fatcat:wdk3nl5hdnhwrltcxob672w2zu

Distinguishing Higgs inflation and its variants

Rose N. Lerner, John McDonald
2011 Physical Review D  
is the Ricci scalar with respect tog µν and dΩ dh = 1 2Ω ξ h hG 2 H M 2 p 2 − 2γ H 1 + γ H + 1 ξ h dξ h dt . (7) We can then rescale the fields using 5 dχ h dh = G 2 H Ω 2 + 6M 2 p Ω 2 dΩ dh 2 Ω 4 ; dχ  ...  The parameterǫ is given bỹ ǫ = M 2 p 2 dφ dχ φ 2 dU dφ 1 U 2 (19) ≈ M 2 p 2 dφ dχ φ 2 4 φΩ 2 + L φ φ 2 (20) In the second expression 4 φΩ 2 is the tree-level contribution and L φ gives the approximate  ...  This means that |D k | is small (from the requirement |R k | 2 + |D k | 2 = 1) and this gives the final line of Eq. (B-3).  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevd.83.123522 fatcat:yf24ztroqzejtbrewph5sp2cxq

Robust real-time visual odometry for dense RGB-D mapping

Thomas Whelan, Hordur Johannsson, Michael Kaess, John J. Leonard, John McDonald
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
KinectFusion, incorporating the following additions: (i) the integration of multiple 6DOF camera odometry estimation methods for robust tracking; (ii) a novel GPU-based implementation of an existing dense RGB-D  ...  The score S for an algorithm A i given A and D is defined as S(A i , A, D) = n j E(A i , D j ) n m k E(A k , D j ) . (16) This ranking encapsulates the relative error each algorithm produces compared to  ...  ICP+RGB-D for camera tracking.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2013.6631400 dblp:conf/icra/WhelanJKLM13 fatcat:jjp5w3ug4zdp5ezqxxpp25gsee


Bruce A. Scoggins, Campbell D. Spence, David G. Parkes, Michele McDonald, John D. Wade, John P. Coghlan
1989 Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology  
Scoggins, Campbell D. Spence, David G. Parkes, Michele McDonald, John D. Wade and John P.  ...  D., Coghlan, J. P., Denton, D. A., Mills, E. H., Nelson, M. A., Whitworth, J. A. & Scoggins, B.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1440-1681.1989.tb01549.x pmid:2663260 fatcat:5oxnjuhbkzehrisrkgj7747w54

Den Abandonment and Transitional Day Bed use by Black BearsUrsus americanusin Newfoundland

Nathaniel D. Rayl, Todd K. Fuller, John F. Organ, John E. McDonald, Robert D. Otto, Shane P. Mahoney
2014 Wildlife Biology  
Hann, D. Jennings, R. Jennings, M. Mumma, D. O ' Leary, M. Payne, T. Porter and P. Tremblett for helping with bear captures. We thank helicopter pilots G. Aldie, J. Maloney, G. Pearcey and B.  ...  Ursus americanus in Newfoundland Nathaniel D. Rayl , Todd K. Fuller , John F. Organ , John E. McDonald , Jr., Robert D. Otto and Shane P. Mahoney N. D.  ...  McDonald, Jr., Environmental Science Dept, Westfi eld State Univ., 214A Wilson Hall Westfi eld, MA 01086, USA. -R. D.  ... 
doi:10.2981/wlb.00020 fatcat:ylkhr2ux5zcpnnsjv5ceh4s6uq

Real-time large-scale dense RGB-D SLAM with volumetric fusion

Thomas Whelan, Michael Kaess, Hordur Johannsson, Maurice Fallon, John J. Leonard, John McDonald
2014 The international journal of robotics research  
By using a fused volumetric surface reconstruction we achieve a much higher quality map over what would be achieved using raw RGB-D point clouds.  ...  We present a new SLAM system capable of producing high quality globally consistent surface reconstructions over hundreds of metres in real-time with only a low-cost commodity RGB-D sensor.  ...  McDonald are with the Department of Computer Science, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland., M.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0278364914551008 fatcat:alfgetv4w5dvzizngilbdshmcu

Deformation-based loop closure for large scale dense RGB-D SLAM

Thomas Whelan, Michael Kaess, John J. Leonard, John McDonald
2013 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
In this paper we present a system for capturing large scale dense maps in an online setting with a low cost RGB-D sensor.  ...  We provide benchmark results on a well established RGB-D SLAM dataset demonstrating the accuracy of the system and also provide a number of our own datasets which cover a wide range of environments, both  ...  McDonald are with the Department of Computer Science, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2013.6696405 fatcat:smolmv6cjzbaho6red2vw6eqlm

Highway Healthcare

Anthony D. McDonald, John D. Lee, Nazan S. Aksan, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo
2013 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
accelerations over 0.1g an 'd' represents 0g of acceleration.  ...  The concept of applying SAX to driving data was introduced in McDonald et al. (2012) . The steps for a segment of speed data are illustrated in Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1541931213571415 pmid:26500422 pmcid:PMC4613796 fatcat:dktpuxb6hbgshf4wzgdf5eo54m

A unitarity-conserving Higgs inflation model

Rose N. Lerner, John McDonald
2010 Physical Review D  
The resulting unitarity-conserving action in the Jordan frame is given by S J = d 4 x √ −g − M 2 R 2 − ξH † HR + g µν D µ H † D ν H + 2ξH † H M 2 P g µν D µ H † D ν H − 3ξ 2 Ω 2 M 2 p g µν ∂ µ H † H ∂  ...  In the Jordan frame the action for Higgs Inflation (including the Higgs doublet and gauge fields) is S J = d 4 x √ −g − M 2 R 2 − ξH † HR + g µν (D µ H) † (D ν H) − 1 4 F µν F µν − V (|H|) , (1) where  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevd.82.103525 fatcat:gktuxau7a5hglpkwdmdxsanipu

Gauge singlet scalars as cold dark matter

John McDonald
1994 Physical Review D, Particles and fields  
The contours correspond toσ S−Ge = a) 1000kg −1 d −1 , b) 100kg −1 d −1 , c) 10kg −1 d −1 , d) 1kg −1 d −1 , e) 0.1kg −1 d −1 and f) 0.01kg −1 d −1 .  ...  . < ∼ Ω S h 2 < ∼ 1.0, we require R < ∼ 1kg −1 d −1 .  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevd.50.3637 pmid:10018006 fatcat:2xfdbveaangp5mpwu2gjc3c454
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