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REaltime ACtive Heterogeneous Systems - Where Did We Reach After REACH? [chapter]

Thomas Kudraß
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper gives a survey of the deployment of ideas from the area of real-time, active and heterogeneous database systems in the years from 1991 to 2010 as they have been embraced by IT industry.  ...  After 20 years it is time to conclude insights how far the ideas of the first project REACH are still valid for the development of commercial products and standards.  ...  In many cases, the REACH ideas were a key to understand conceptual and architectural issues of system design.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17226-7_3 fatcat:tuezftccdneqhiojq6rjwu74yi

On Failing to Reach Escape Velocity Beyond Modernity

Fernando Elichirigoity
2000 Social Studies of Science  
A history of essences, the modern project, needs to give way to a history of contingent processes and assemblages.  ...  He also wants to preserve what he calls the "essence" of technology, and yet also argue that technology is historically contingent. We cannot have both at the same time.  ...  This can be the real grounding of democratic activity because it can make constant reference to the emergence, in real time, of assemblages of people and machines that have been oriented towards the development  ... 
doi:10.1177/030631200030001007 fatcat:tt7lzde5xnadjc6gi5afubknym

HD-tDCS over mIPS causally modulates online reach correction [article]

Alexander Goettker, Brandon Caie, Jerrold Jeyachandra, Sisi Xu, Jason Gallivan, Jacek Dmochowski, Katja Fiehler, Gunnar Blohm
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
Importantly, using a mediation analysis of the relationship between stimulation current and movement curvature, we provide causal evidence that the induced current modifies brain activity, which then leads  ...  This unique combination of methods and analysis thus provides complementary evidence for the crucial role of the posterior parietal cortex in online error correction, while at the same time setting a new  ...  possible with real or virtual lesions who simply disrupt the activity.  ... 
doi:10.1101/708693 fatcat:2z74nbij3jat5mymag4zhg5kmu

Single-Cell Technologies Applied to HIV-1 Research: Reaching Maturity

Gérémy Sannier, Mathieu Dubé, Daniel E. Kaufmann
2020 Frontiers in Microbiology  
The reductionist "bulk" approach, in which a mean behavior is attributed to a heterogeneous cell population, fulfills this need by considerably helping the conceptualization of complex biological processes  ...  as HIV-1 tropism, dynamics of the replication cycle, latency, viral reservoirs and immune control.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS GS and MD performed the literature review and wrote the manuscript. DK edited the manuscript and provided supervision.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2020.00297 pmid:32194526 pmcid:PMC7064469 fatcat:db3cu5wqtjc5va3x6cpnecz2my

Forward modeling allows feedback control for fast reaching movements

Michel Desmurget, Scott Grafton
2000 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
In such a model, the probable position and velocity of an effector can be estimated with negligible delays and even predicted in advance, thus making feedback strategies possible for fast reaching movements  ...  The parietal lobe and cerebellum appear to play a crucial role in this process.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Helene Gréa, Dr Claude Prablanc and Dr Denis Pélisson for their helpful remarks and their critical reading of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1364-6613(00)01537-0 pmid:11058820 fatcat:etftbncq4ncnpksrffgzunveha

A comparison of techniques for multi-display reaching

Miguel A. Nacenta, Dzmitry Aliakseyeu, Sriram Subramanian, Carl Gutwin
2005 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '05  
We found that techniques like the Radar View and Pick-and-Drop, that have a control-to-display ratio of 1, are significantly faster for object movement than techniques that have smaller control-to-display  ...  We conducted a study to compare the efficiency of six techniques for moving objects from a tablet to a tabletop display.  ...  We thank the reviewers for insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1054972.1055024 dblp:conf/chi/NacentaASG05 fatcat:yqwu4qwpavhkldyaqybhons57e

Time course of cellular and molecular regulation in the immune system in altered gravity: Progressive damage or adaptation ?

Cora S. Thiel, Beatrice A. Lauber, Jennifer Polzer, Oliver Ullrich
2017 REACH  
Therefore, we assume that the human body and its cells are equipped with a robust and efficient adaptation potential when challenged with low gravitational environments. a b s t r a c t We summarized the  ...  Many studies indicate an adaptation reaction of the immune system to the new microgravity environment, at least for the T cell system.  ...  T cell signaling was mostly studied in cell culture systems in real and simulated microgravity in short time frames until 3 days.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.reach.2017.03.003 fatcat:jctigixoh5evfeew7coxhu6sve

Immediate and delayed reaching in hemispatial neglect

Stéphanie Rossit, Keith Muir, Ian Reeves, George Duncan, Philip Birschel, Monika Harvey
2009 Neuropsychologia  
One strong claim of the model is that the dorsal stream's control of action is designed for dealing with target stimuli in the 'here and now', yet when time is allowed to pass and a reaction has to be  ...  ' representations thought to depend on ventral visual stream activation.  ...  This work was supported by a grant (SFRH/BD/23230/2005) from the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT, Portugal) to S. Rossit.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2008.08.008 pmid:18771672 fatcat:xggwgyrs6zbbdagowt3grg72se

Parallel basal ganglia circuits for voluntary and automatic behaviour to reach rewards

Hyoung F. Kim, Okihide Hikosaka
2015 Brain  
A notable example is the circuits that originate from the rostral (head) and caudal (tail) regions of the caudate nucleus, both of which target the superior colliculus.  ...  Moreover, separate groups of dopamine neurons innervate the caudate head and tail and may selectively guide the flexible and stable learning/memory in the caudate regions.  ...  However, the strict dichotomy of memory into short-term versus long-term systems may not be correct. The time course of memory might vary in a graded manner.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awv134 pmid:25981958 pmcid:PMC4492412 fatcat:bbdgrotbk5dxxn73g2pe54o4re

Science for All? Practical Recommendations on Reaching Underserved Audiences

Christian Humm, Philipp Schrögel
2020 Frontiers in Communication  
multipliers, as well as the problem of too much openness, and one-time activities.  ...  This article contributes to filling this gap and presents a set of practical recommendations on reaching and engaging underserved audiences of science communication activities.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors contributed equally to the data collection and the writing of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2020.00042 fatcat:gwzjfzvy2fboljr7gvbluqxhca

Covariation in patterns of turbulence-driven hyporheic flow and denitrification enhances reach-scale nitrogen removal

Angang Li, Antoine F. Aubeneau, Diogo Bolster, Jennifer L. Tank, Aaron I. Packman
2017 Water Resources Research  
causes weaker tempering over a wider range of hyporheic exchange time scales.  ...  At the reach scale, overall nitrogen removal increases with heterogeneity of hyporheic denitrification, indicating that covariation between flow and denitrification-particularly the rapid flushing of highly  ...  This work was supported by NSF grants EAR-1215898, EAR-1344280, EAR-1351625, EAR-1417264, and EAR-  ... 
doi:10.1002/2016wr019949 fatcat:si2mbob6rzeutk5blbrlqvq44a

Cancer stem cells - from initiation to elimination, how far have we reached? (Review)

Scott
2009 International Journal of Oncology  
Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are rare tumor cells that have the potential to proliferate, self-renew and induce tumorigenesis.  ...  Over the past few years, CSCs have been isolated from several different tumors and when implanted into immune-deficient mice, generate tumors that are identical to the parental tumors.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Drs Tracy Adair-Kirk, Robert Delsite and Feng Zhihui for helpful suggestions and comments during the preparation of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3892/ijo_00000278 fatcat:62bji2htvre4bkv6xpugrkuszu

Design Polysaccharides of Marine Origin: Chemical Modifications to Reach Advanced Versatile Compounds

Nathalie Chopin, Xavier Guillory, Pierre Weiss, Jean Bideau, Sylvia Colliec-Jouault
2014 Current organic chemistry  
New functional glycans are achievable and represent a real potential with their intrinsic biocompatibility and biodegradability.  ...  Only few structures have been established and they are often complex, heterogeneous and diverse [3] .  ...  More than a real protective group, tosyl group is considered as good leaving group for the resulting activated C6 position.  ... 
doi:10.2174/138527281807140515152334 fatcat:eiswpqnjxvblrhnqnuqqzm6yji

The Reach of the Aesthetic and Religious Naturalism

Robert E. Innis
2011 Tradition & Discovery  
what would be gained and what would be lost in doing so.  ...  Hepburn as conversation partner, I bring it into relation to the work of Charles Peirce and Michael Polanyi.  ...  Does the "reach" of the aesthetic extend to a real experience of transcendence that merits cultivation and distinctive practices of attending?  ... 
doi:10.5840/traddisc2011/201238325 fatcat:3oiadzplereztj7vlikfajtone

"You have reached your destination!" Position, positioning and superpositioning of space through car navigation systems

T. Thielmann
2007 Social Geography (SG)  
This hermeneutic-interpretative analysis is therefore less of an attempt to write a media history of car navigation systems, but more a space concepts overview by and through car navigation systems. 1  ...  Given this observation of continuity, the fundamental question needs to be posed with reference to a media history of car navigations systems, namely: When do changes in the technical, conceptional and  ...  Werkmeister and one anonymous referee for their generous and helpful comments on a previous version of this essay. Finally, I would like to thank the editors, A. Schlottmann and J.  ... 
doi:10.5194/sg-2-63-2007 fatcat:tgvectxlozemxkrdzuo3slf3eu
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