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Feeling For Sound: Mapping Sonic Data To Haptic Perceptions

Tom Mudd
2013 Zenodo  
General practicalities of mapping sonic elements to physical forces areconsidered, such as the problem of representing detailed data through vaguephysical sensation, approaches to applying forces to the  ...  Three approaches to generating the forcevector are discussed: 1) the use of simulated detents to identify areas of anaudio parameter over a certain threshold, 2) applying friction proportional tothe level  ...  with the sound generating object.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178615 fatcat:tqmfyia2fvgppi4zielwfc4gfi

Muntjac chromosome evolution and architecture [article]

Austin B. Mudd, Jessen V. Bredeson, Rachel Baum, Dirk Hockemeyer, Daniel S. Rokhsar
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
A small number of genes involved in chromosome maintenance show evidence for rapid evolution, possibly associated with the dramatic changes in karyotype.  ...  Although comparative Hi-C analysis revealed differences in long-range genome contacts and A/B compartment structures, we discovered widespread conservation of local chromatin contacts between the muntjacs  ...  7 extensive set of fusions in the M. muntjac lineage altered three-dimensional genome structure at 8 the multi-megabase scale while still maintaining conservation at the local level.  ... 
doi:10.1101/772343 fatcat:lz7ebxgkejfwjkgmj2eve3szmy

From industrial fermentor to CFD-guided downscaling: what have we learned?

Cees Haringa, Robert F. Mudde, Henk J. Noorman
2018 Biochemical engineering journal  
This work has been conducted within a multi-party research project, among DSM-Sinochem Pharmaceuticals, TU Delft, East China University of Science and Technology and Shanghai Guojia Ltd., funded by NWO  ...  These requirements make EL most suitable to simulate multi-dimensional heterogeneity on minute-hour timescales; the unique parcel perspective provides "lifelines" of the observed environment in time.  ...  Nomenclature A area (general), m 2 C s substrate concentration (mole based), mol/kg C e xt generic extracellular concentration, mol/L C i nt generic intracellular concentration, mol/g x c s substrate concentration  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bej.2018.09.001 fatcat:trooxapy5zctbclkr5plnen5zi

The Two Sides of Euroscepticism

Petr Kopecký, Cas Mudde
2002 European Union Politics  
As a background, we first provide a short overview of the most recent aggregate data on public support for EU membership among the ECE electorates.  ...  for distinguishing party families (Mair and Mudde, 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1465116502003003002 fatcat:6tgzjsvmkfdrhiwlaj6ci2wfue

Inter-compartment interaction in multi-impeller mixing: Part I. Experiments and multiple reference frame CFD

Cees Haringa, Ruben Vandewijer, Robert F. Mudde
2018 Chemical engineering research & design  
The data hints at the presence of macroinstabilities, and a peak in turbulent kinetic energy in the region of convergent flow, which both may promote inter-compartment mass exchange.  ...  single-phase multi-Rushton stirred tanks based on the RANS methodology frequently show an over-prediction of the mixing time.  ...  This work has been conducted within a multi-party research project, between DSM-Sinochem Pharmaceuticals, TU Delft, East China University of Science and Technology and Guojia, subsidized by NWO and MoST  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cherd.2018.06.005 fatcat:737een32t5aeljxi2rhuchutui

Topographic roughness as a signature of the emergence of bedrock in eroding landscapes

D. T. Milodowski, S. M. Mudd, E. T. A. Mitchard
2015 Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions  
We demonstrate that the local variability of surface normal vectors, measured from 1 m resolution airborne LiDAR data, can be used as a topographic signature to identify areas within landscapes where rock  ...  Soil mantled hillslopes are typically shaped by diffusive sediment transport processes that act to smooth topography through times, generating the familiar smooth, convex hillslope profiles that are common  ...  Higher resolution still (< 1 cm) is possible using terrestrial LiDAR systems, permitting the analysis of multi-scale dimensionality from length scales of centimetres to several metres, enabling the objective  ... 
doi:10.5194/esurfd-3-371-2015 fatcat:t6igmoc36rdujmzapgqgnge5ny

Nanomechanical probing of the layer/substrate interface of an exfoliated InSe sheet on sapphire

Ryan Beardsley, Andrey V. Akimov, Jake D. G. Greener, Garry W. Mudd, Sathyan Sandeep, Zakhar R. Kudrynskyi, Zakhar D. Kovalyuk, Amalia Patanè, Anthony J. Kent
2016 Scientific Reports  
Here we report on the interface properties of exfoliated InSe on a sapphire substrate. We use a picosecond acoustic technique to probe the phonon resonances in the InSe vdW layered crystal.  ...  Van der Waals (vdW) layered crystals and heterostructures have attracted substantial interest for potential applications in a wide range of emerging technologies.  ...  Our time resolved optical instrument uses a mode locked Ti:Sapphire laser to generate 120 fs pulses with a central wavelength of 780 nm at a repetition rate of 82 MHz.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep26970 pmid:27256805 pmcid:PMC4891719 fatcat:r6knflibjnbcpfnqyreeip24xa

Characterization of fluidized nanoparticle agglomerates by using adhesive CFD-DEM simulation

Daoyin Liu, Berend G.M. van Wachem, Robert F. Mudde, Xiaoping Chen, J. Ruud van Ommen
2016 Powder Technology  
12 Nanoparticles form multi-stage agglomerates when they are fluidized: simple agglomerates (a 13 few dozens of micrometres), and complex agglomerates (a few hundreds of micrometres).  ...  The solid movement is 21 evaluated by a dispersion coefficient and it decreases with increase in cohesion.  ...  A novel technique for particle tracking in cold 2-dimensional fluidized beds--1 simulating fuel dispersion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2016.07.062 fatcat:xqbrvgeesraqjkwo34ptv5yxbq

Harnessing the Potential of Multiomics Studies for Precision Medicine in Infectious Disease

Rebecca A Ward, Nima Aghaeepour, Roby P Bhattacharyya, Clary B Clish, Brice Gaudillière, Nir Hacohen, Michael K Mansour, Philip A Mudd, Shravani Pasupneti, Rachel M Presti, Eugene P Rhee, Pritha Sen (+6 others)
2021 Open Forum Infectious Diseases  
., immunocompromised), we lack a systems approach to define the true risk of future infection for a patient.  ...  Integration of patient-specific data using machine learning improves the effectiveness of prediction, providing the necessary technologies needed to propel the field of infectious diseases medicine into  ...  A stacked generalization method that combines multiple regularized regression models developed from individual -omic datasets has also been recognized as a valuable approach for data integration and can  ... 
doi:10.1093/ofid/ofab483 pmid:34805429 pmcid:PMC8598922 fatcat:7u6z7eud6rgljnnngpuijjgqwm

Large-Scale Physical Modeling Synthesis, Parallel Computing, and Musical Experimentation: The NESS Project in Practice

Stefan Bilbao, James Perry, Paul Graham, Alan Gray, Kostas Kavoussanakis, Gordon Delap, Tom Mudd, Gadi Sassoon, Trevor Wishart, Samson Young
2020 Computer Music Journal  
A basic interface to a parallelized large-scale physical modeling synthesis system is presented here, accompanied by first-hand descriptions of the working methods of five composers, each of whom generated  ...  An approach to the first difficulty is through the use of large-scale parallelization, and results for a variety of physical modeling systems are presented here.  ...  One-dimensional and smaller two-dimensional entities are generally too small to benefit from GPU acceleration, and updates that are more complex (Types III and IV) require too many sequential computations  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00517 fatcat:w2kvkp5hgnf2zhvzxihos52siq

van der Waals epitaxy of monolayer hexagonal boron nitride on copper foil: growth, crystallography and electronic band structure

Grace E Wood, Alexander J Marsden, James J Mudd, Marc Walker, Maria Asensio, Jose Avila, Kai Chen, Gavin R Bell, Neil R Wilson
2015 2D Materials  
Figure 8 . 8 ARPES data from a full coverage h-BN sample.  ...  Panels (d)-(f) are the corresponding three-dimensional views of the surface topographies shown in (a)-(c). Figure 5 . 5 EBSD and SEM of h-BN on copper.(a) SEM image and (b) EBSD of the same area.  ... 
doi:10.1088/2053-1583/2/2/025003 fatcat:22a36ftpubhzphtokdvuk6csoi

Targeted Immunosuppression Distinguishes COVID-19 from Influenza in Moderate and Severe Disease [article]

Philip A Mudd, Jeremy Chase Crawford, Jackson S Turner, Aisha Souquette, Daniel Reynolds, Diane Bender, James P. Bosanquet, Nitin J. Anand, David A. Striker, R. Scott Martin, Adrianus C. M. Boon, Stacey L. House (+7 others)
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv  
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is characterized by a high incidence of acute respiratory failure.  ...  Upregulation of a small number of inflammatory mediators, including IL-6, predicts acute respiratory failure in both COVID-19 and influenza patients.  ...  Rolando, A. Day, B. Flint, E. Raines, and support staff in the Washington University Emergency Care and Research Core for the hard work and personal dedication to collecting COVID-19 patient samples.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.05.28.20115667 pmid:32511543 pmcid:PMC7274224 fatcat:b6bzzo4fgnhhrbp66jfjcmrgmy

Multi-scale measurements of mesospheric aerosols and electrons during the MAXIDUSTY campaign

Tarjei Antonsen, Ove Havnes, Andres Spicher
2019 Atmospheric Measurement Techniques  
A comparison to auxiliary measurement show similar tendencies in the MUDD data.  ...  </strong> We present in situ measurements of small-scale fluctuations in aerosol populations as recorded through a mesospheric cloud system from the Faraday cups DUSTY and MUDD during on the MAXIDUSTY-  ...  A comparison to auxiliary measurement show similar tendencies in the MUDD data.  ... 
doi:10.5194/amt-12-2139-2019 fatcat:qplri6ee7ndsplczerb3ybpuh4

Distinct inflammatory profiles distinguish COVID-19 from influenza with limited contributions from cytokine storm

Philip A Mudd, Jeremy Chase Crawford, Jackson S Turner, Aisha Souquette, Daniel Reynolds, Diane Bender, James P Bosanquet, Nitin J Anand, David A Striker, R Scott Martin, Adrianus C M Boon, Stacey L House (+7 others)
2020 Science Advances  
We pursued a study of immune responses in COVID-19 and influenza cohorts.  ...  Furthermore, decreased HLA-DR on intermediate monocytes was a significant predictor of COVID-19 disease severity.  ...  Rolando, A. Day, B. Flint, E. Raines, and support staff in the Washington University Emergency Care and Research Core for the hard work and personal dedication to collecting COVID-19 patient samples.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sciadv.abe3024 pmid:33187979 pmcid:PMC7725462 fatcat:hil35obc2re47esfn4gfjlz7yy

Development of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Advice to Promote Physical Activity Among People Older Than 50 years

Denise A Peels, Maartje M van Stralen, Catherine Bolman, Rianne HJ Golsteijn, Hein de Vries, Aart N Mudde, Lilian Lechner
2012 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
The methodology involved calculating population attributable risk, or where multi-level data were available, potential impact fractions.  ...  This could be through multi-stakeholder initiatives such as the development of voluntary codes of conduct (40) .  ...  Other selected risks to health Annex AFR-D, AFR-E, AMR-D, AMR-B, EMR-B, AMR-A, EUR-A, EUR-B, EMR-D, SEAR-D SEAR-B, WPR-B EUR-C, WPR-A Males Females Both sexes Males Females Males Females Males Females  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.1742 pmid:22390878 pmcid:PMC3376526 fatcat:yzhhwypw4ngqno55ibgxdm7muu
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