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Garfield B. Russell, John M. Graybeal, Jonathon C. Strout
1991 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
doi:10.1007/bf03008165 pmid:2022005 fatcat:j5kcxh4dkfbtxeadugbbqrstri

Nonlinear additivity of nitrous oxide and isoflurane potencies in rats

Garfield B. Russell, John M. Graybeal
1998 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
M&hodes : Huit rats de souche Long Evans ont Et~ attribuEs de fa~on alEatoire & la sequence de mesure de la CAM pour risoflurane et le N20 de fa~on isolEe ainsi que pour la combinaison des deux.  ...  vol % (2.20 ATA) value assumed if enflurane and N20 potencies were linearly additive, s The MAC of isoflurane measured in this study is the same as the 0.98 • 0.14 previously determined by Russell and Graybeal  ...  potency has also contributed to the idea that there may not be only one mechanism or site of action. 4,s The MAC value for N20 in this study was the same as the value previously reported by Russell and Graybeal  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03012583 pmid:9598262 fatcat:d75ylvphm5h3fl26lnphzl3qju

A Statistical View of the Transient Signals That Support a Wireless Call

A Buvaneswari, John M Graybeal, David A James, Diane Lambert, Chuanhai Liu, W. Michael MacDonald
2007 Technometrics  
A wireless call in a cellular network requires the cooperation of a wireless enabled device such as a cell phone and a dynamic set of base stations, antennas and other network elements, with control of the call changing in response to changes in signal strength and the location of the mobile. The signaling between the network and mobile that is needed to manage the call generates a huge amount of signal strength data, some of which is seen only by the mobile placing the call and some of which
more » ... seen only by the network. This paper describes some of the complexities of the signal strength data and provides a statistical model of the signals from the network to the wireless device that takes the time dependent, spatial, and multivariate nature of the call into account. An approach to estimating the model parameters online as network data are collected, which would be useful for network monitoring, is also described and applied to a set of call data obtained from an active commercial CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) network.
doi:10.1198/004017007000000263 fatcat:zv2ex5uwwnfebdq7u5zmtfck7a

Stability of arterial to end-tidal carbon dioxide gradients during postoperative cardiorespiratory support

Garfield B. Russell, John M. Graybeal, Jonathon C. Strout
1990 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
During the initial postoperative period, inotropic and vasopressor drugs were used to maintain a mean systemic blood pressure of 80 mmHg and a CI of 2.5 L-min-i. m 2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03006326 pmid:2115404 fatcat:dwqtxw7tq5aajfwtfjznajkpgi

Dynamic optimization in future cellular networks

Simon C. Borst, Arumugam Buvaneswari, Lawrence M. Drabeck, Michael J. Flanagan, John M. Graybeal, Georg K. Hampel, Mark Haner, William M. MacDonald, Paul A. Polakos, George Rittenhouse, Iraj Saniee, Alan Weiss (+1 others)
2005 Bell Labs technical journal  
a mc m m Յ g a c a mc m m ϩ l c ᭙ 1 Յ m Յ M, 1 Յ c Յ C D : max l gh a m m m SM-Service measurement SPAT3G-System Performance Analysis Tool † Trademark or registered trademark of WatchMark Corp. in the  ...  l c Ն 0 and m m Ն 0.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bltj.20096 fatcat:px36yjneqfh5hdux3n5y43xiv4

User-level QoS and traffic engineering for 3G wireless 1xEV-DO systems

Simon C. Borst, Kenneth L. Clarkson, John M. Graybeal, Harish Viswanathan, Philip A. Whiting
2003 Bell Labs technical journal  
Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank their colleagues, John Hobby, Krishnan Kumeran, Lijun Qian, Kavita Ramanan, and Howard Trickey, who were significant contributors to the development of this  ...  It follows from standard results [Coh79, Kel79] that the distribution of the number of active users is given by ) ( ) ( } { 1 n K J n N P n φ ρ − = = , where ∏ = = n m m G n 1 ) ( ) ( φ and J(K) is a  ...  The total offered traffic (in bits/second) for the Web browsing users is given by M * * = τ λ σ , where λ is the session arrival rate (per second), τ is the mean page size (in bits) and M is the mean number  ... 
doi:10.1002/bltj.10062 fatcat:7spl6u5vi5b5vp7i5k56resplq

Effect of Thermal Phase Fluctuations on the Superfluid Density of Two-Dimensional Superconducting Films

Stefan J. Turneaure, Thomas R. Lemberger, John M. Graybeal
2000 Physical Review Letters  
High precision measurements of the complex sheet conductivity of superconducting Mo77Ge23 thin films have been made from 0.4 K through Tc. A sharp drop in the inverse sheet inductance, 1/L(T), is observed at a temperature, Tc, which lies below the mean-field transition temperature, Tco. Just below Tc, the suppression of 1/L(T) below its mean-field value indicates that longitudinal phase fluctuations have nearly their full classical amplitude, but they disappear rapidly as T decreases. We argue
more » ... hat there is a quantum crossover at about 0.94 Tco, below which classical phase fluctuations are suppressed.
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.84.987 pmid:11017422 fatcat:epcrfps7drdhzedw4hndk6hkn4

Genetic Strain Differences in Learned Fear Inhibition Associated with Variation in Neuroendocrine, Autonomic and Amygdala Dendritic Phenotypes

Marguerite C Camp, Kathryn P MacPherson, Lauren Lederle, Carolyn Graybeal, Stefano Gaburro, Lauren M DeBrouse, Jessica L Ihne, Javier A Bravo, Richard M O'Connor, Stephane Ciocchi, Cara L Wellman, Andreas Lüthi (+3 others)
2012 Neuropsychopharmacology  
Sections were then washed in ascending dilutions of SSC buffer (4 Â , 2 Â , 1 Â , and 0.5 Â ) and equilibrated with maleic acid 0.1 M buffer before blocking for unspecific protein binding with Roche's  ... 
doi:10.1038/npp.2011.340 pmid:22334122 pmcid:PMC3327858 fatcat:atosxsmfm5drfep5pm7xl6d4ke

A Simple Standard for Sharing Ontological Mappings (SSSOM) [article]

Nicolas Matentzoglu, James P. Balhoff, Susan M. Bello, Chris Bizon, Matthew Brush, Tiffany J. Callahan, Christopher G Chute, William D. Duncan, Chris T. Evelo, Davera Gabriel, John Graybeal, Alasdair Gray (+32 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Despite progress in the development of standards for describing and exchanging scientific information, the lack of easy-to-use standards for mapping between different representations of the same or similar objects in different databases poses a major impediment to data integration and interoperability. Mappings often lack the metadata needed to be correctly interpreted and applied. For example, are two terms equivalent or merely related? Are they narrow or broad matches? Are they associated in
more » ... ome other way? Such relationships between the mapped terms are often not documented, leading to incorrect assumptions and making them hard to use in scenarios that require a high degree of precision (such as diagnostics or risk prediction). Also, the lack of descriptions of how mappings were done makes it hard to combine and reconcile mappings, particularly curated and automated ones. The Simple Standard for Sharing Ontological Mappings (SSSOM) addresses these problems by: 1. Introducing a machine-readable and extensible vocabulary to describe metadata that makes imprecision, inaccuracy and incompleteness in mappings explicit. 2. Defining an easy to use table-based format that can be integrated into existing data science pipelines without the need to parse or query ontologies, and that integrates seamlessly with Linked Data standards. 3. Implementing open and community-driven collaborative workflows designed to evolve the standard continuously to address changing requirements and mapping practices. 4. Providing reference tools and software libraries for working with the standard. In this paper, we present the SSSOM standard, describe several use cases, and survey some existing work on standardizing the exchange of mappings, with the goal of making mappings Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR). The SSSOM specification is at http://w3id.org/sssom/spec.
arXiv:2112.07051v1 fatcat:bcihofe5l5cfzaz2kfdhvzbmmm

A Simple Standard for Sharing Ontological Mappings (SSSOM)

Nicolas Matentzoglu, James P Balhoff, Susan M Bello, Chris Bizon, Matthew Brush, Tiffany J Callahan, Christopher G Chute, William D Duncan, Chris T Evelo, Davera Gabriel, John Graybeal, Alasdair Gray (+32 others)
2022 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
Despite progress in the development of standards for describing and exchanging scientific information, the lack of easy-to-use standards for mapping between different representations of the same or similar objects in different databases poses a major impediment to data integration and interoperability. Mappings often lack the metadata needed to be correctly interpreted and applied. For example, are two terms equivalent or merely related? Are they narrow or broad matches? Or are they associated
more » ... n some other way? Such relationships between the mapped terms are often not documented, which leads to incorrect assumptions and makes them hard to use in scenarios that require a high degree of precision (such as diagnostics or risk prediction). Furthermore, the lack of descriptions of how mappings were done makes it hard to combine and reconcile mappings, particularly curated and automated ones. We have developed the Simple Standard for Sharing Ontological Mappings (SSSOM) which addresses these problems by: (i) Introducing a machine-readable and extensible vocabulary to describe metadata that makes imprecision, inaccuracy and incompleteness in mappings explicit. (ii) Defining an easy-to-use simple table-based format that can be integrated into existing data science pipelines without the need to parse or query ontologies, and that integrates seamlessly with Linked Data principles. (iii) Implementing open and community-driven collaborative workflows that are designed to evolve the standard continuously to address changing requirements and mapping practices. (iv) Providing reference tools and software libraries for working with the standard. In this paper, we present the SSSOM standard, describe several use cases in detail and survey some of the existing work on standardizing the exchange of mappings, with the goal of making mappings Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR). The SSSOM specification can be found at http://w3id.org/sssom/spec. Database URL: http://w3id.org/sssom/spec
doi:10.1093/database/baac035 pmid:35616100 fatcat:q547qq6rdzgx3huo4ln4xz46fi

Page 239 of Virginia Journal of Science Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1951 Virginia Journal of Science  
Graybeal Ashley Robey Paul Burch Florence S. Hague John D. Shumacher R, C. Carter Isabel Harris John E. Simpson Robert P. Carroll William M. Hinton J. W. Watson H. M. Chase Mary E. Kapp R. C.  ...  Wilson Resource-Use Epvucation John Thornton Wood, Chairman Virginia Fisheries Laboratory, Yorktown Edward Alvey, Jr. H. C. Graybeal Wilbur O’ Byrne Justus H. Cline Elmira C. Maurice J. J. Shomon A.  ... 

Page 66 of National Union Catalog Vol. 21, Issue [page]

1963 National Union Catalog  
TS200.G7 6642629 Graybeal, David M Can't we all be rich? By David M. Graybeal. New York, Friendship Press ,1966, A 1. Title. 339 191 cm 1. Poverty. 2. Poor—U. 8.  ...  HC110.P6G7 66-11129 Graybeal, David M The Christian family and its money.  ... 

Page 105 of Harvard International Law Journal Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1961 Harvard International Law Journal  
., President John P. Wilson, Vice President Jean-Marie P. Didier, Graduate Vice President James Becket, Secretary Henry H. Hammond, Treasurer Tom M.  ...  Graybeal, Without Portfolio Rajinder Singh Walia Osama El-Baz Peter W. Eccles Lawrence S. Halpern Bernard L. Siegel  ... 

Page 299 of Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ Vol. 88, Issue 5 [page]

1961 Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ  
Graybeal, A. B. Box 880 Marion, Va. Graybeal, H. C. 106 Alleghany St. Christiansburg, Va. Graziani, John G. 140-A Main St. Farmville, Va. Greear, James N., Jr. 975 Ryland St. Reno, Nev.  ...  Good, John Russell 1210 Westover Blvd Richmond, Va Goode, H. W., Jr. Kilmarnock, Va. Goodman, Harold 104 Berrington St. Richmond, Va. Goodman, Harold M. 1519 Westwood Ave. Richmond, Va.  ... 

Page 321 of Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ Vol. 85, Issue 6 [page]

1958 Virginia Medical Quarterly : VMQ  
Graybeal, A. B. Prof. Bldg., or Box 880 Marion, Va. Graybeal, Charlton 106 Alleghany St Chistriansburg, Va. Graziani, John G. 140-A Main St. Farmville, Va Green, James L. 6508 Old Suffolk Blvd.  ...  Guss, John H. 25 N. Central Ave. Staunton, Va Haag, Harvey B. Medical College of Va. Richmond, Va. Haas, Theron H. 212 6th St. Radford, Va. Habel, J. M., Jr. Lakeview Hospital Suffolk, Va.  ... 
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