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Characterization of benign thyroid nodules with HyperSPACE (Hyper Spectral Analysis for Characterization in Echography) before and after percutaneous laser ablation: a pilot study

Simona Granchi, Enrico Vannacci, Elena Biagi
2017 Medical ultrasonography  
Thirty patients (25 females and 5 males, age between 37 and 81 years) with thyroid benign nodule at cytology (Thyr 2) were evaluated by conventional ultrasonography, elastography, and HyperSPACE, before  ...  Aims: To evaluate the capability of the HyperSPACE (Hyper SPectral Analysis for Characterization in Echography) method in tissue characterization, in order to provide information for the laser treatment  ...  Acknowledgments: We wish to thank Elesta SRL of Florence for their technical support and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.11152/mu-1039 pmid:28440351 fatcat:uuaf2bjqabd2jh4pgzezpnu2hi

Higher spins in hyper-superspace

Ioannis Florakis, Dmitri Sorokin, Mirian Tsulaia
2015 Nuclear Physics B  
We extend the results of arXiv:1401.1645 on the generalized conformal Sp(2n)-structure of infinite multiplets of higher spin fields, formulated in spaces with extra tensorial directions (hyperspaces),  ...  We find generalized superconformal transformations relating the superfields and their equations of motion in flat hyper-superspace with those on the OSp(1|n) supermanifold.  ...  to a different reduction, or "visualization", of the same "master" theory.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2014.11.017 fatcat:dhbukh62xnfupnj4jcha6udb54

Optimal Clustering and Cluster Identity in Understanding High-Dimensional Data Spaces with Tightly Distributed Points

Oliver Chikumbo, Vincent Granville
2019 Machine Learning and Knowledge Extraction  
As such, clustering the data and identifying the cluster from which to pick the desired solution is covered in this manuscript, highlighting the implementation of the elbow rule and the use of hyper-radial  ...  They comprise of Pareto fronts from the last 10 generations of an evolutionary optimization computation with 14 objective functions.  ...  number of clusters using the elbow rule; (e) determine the clusters using K-means++ for the elbow rule; (f) define the clusters on the basis of summary statistics of hyper-radial distances; and, (g) visualize  ... 
doi:10.3390/make1020042 fatcat:6cwyzsfywbdr5fhcp3aq5slyi4

VISUALIZATION OF HYPERFRACTALS

JAN ANDRES, MIROSLAV RYPKA
2013 International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering  
The prime merit of the paper is to visualize hyperfractals via support functions. More precisely, address sets of hyperfractals, i.e. fractals living in hyperspaces, will be visualized in this way.  ...  ,F n } is an IMS consisting of contractions with respect to the metrics d X×Σ and d X×Σ H .  ...  The projections of the related attractor onto X and Σ are the attractor A * of the original IMS {(X, d), F 1 , F 2 , . . . , F n } and Σ, respectively. Example 4.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218127413501678 fatcat:gguv3ppav5drzhrg3qjlkzfnoi

A LOGICAL ASPECT OF THE THEORIES OF HYPERSPACES

Walter B. Pitkin
1907 The Monist  
of the G ttingen school.  ...  , and hyper-tones as there are hyper-spaces, -to wit, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.  ... 
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A Logical Aspect of the Theories of Hyper-Spaces

Walter B. Pitkin, Sherwood J. B. Sugden
1907 The Monist  
The logician must feel that there are just as many wonderful hyper-smells, hyper-hues, and hyper-tones as there are hyper-spaces, -to wit, none, so far as mathematical analysis can show him.  ...  It is only because space-determinants have been confused with mere number that the idea of hyper-spaces has arisen.  ... 
doi:10.5840/monist19071713 fatcat:gasdthzscrhlrh7e3vorkpwc4y

Multidimensional spectral analysis of the ultrasonic radiofrequency signal for characterization of media

Simona Granchi, Enrico Vannacci, Elena Biagi, Leonardo Masotti
2016 Ultrasonics  
The RF signal contains a wealth of information and structural details that are usually lost in the B-Mode representation.  ...  The HyperSPACE (Hyper SPectral Analysis for Characterization in Echography) algorithm presented by the authors in previous papers for clinical applications is based on the radiofrequency ultrasonic signal  ...  Acknowledgment This work was promoted and funded by the Regione Toscana within the FORTE research project of the operational regional program Por Creo Fesr 2007-2013.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ultras.2016.02.010 pmid:26921560 fatcat:bo5hgajoozg55phs7edzzmdlgy

Higher Spin Fields in Hyperspace. A Review

Dmitri Sorokin, Mirian Tsulaia
2018 Universe  
We give an introduction to the so-called tensorial, matrix or hyperspace approach to the description of massless higher-spin fields.  ...  Instead of hyperspace, we consider hyper-superspaces and instead of hyperfields we consider hyper-superfields.  ...  First let us introduce one more Sp(2n)-invariant tensor structure (which we call Q-structure) (Q c ab ) αβ = (X −1 ac ) αβ − (X −1 bc ) αβ , a, b, c = 1, 2, 3 (254) This structure, along with (245) and  ... 
doi:10.3390/universe4010007 fatcat:z25je4jihfhqvmb2p7arls7fpq

Higher Spin Fields in Hyperspace. A Review [article]

Dmitri Sorokin, Mirian Tsulaia
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We will give an introduction to the so-called tensorial, matrix or hyperspace approach to the description of massless higher-spin fields.  ...  Instead of hyperspace, we consider hyper-superspaces and instead of hyperfields we consider hyper-superfields.  ...  First let us introduce one more Sp(2n)-invariant tensor structure (which we call Q-structure) (Q c ab ) αβ = (X −1 ac ) αβ − (X −1 bc ) αβ , a, b, c = 1, 2, 3 (9.36) This structure, along with (9.27) and  ... 
arXiv:1710.08244v2 fatcat:nhfailqc75d6zemlgq45c4jryq

Page 256 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 33, Issue 2 [page]

2001 Behavior Research Methods  
G. (1996). Learning with hypermedia. What users do and how to observe it automatically. In P. Carlson & F.  ...  Olson, G. M., Herbsi.eb. J. D., & Rueter. H. (1994). Characterizing the sequential structure of interactive behaviors through statistical and grammatical techniques.  ... 

GPU-Based Dynamic Hyperspace Hash with Full Concurrency

Zhuo Ren, Yu Gu, Chuanwen Li, FangFang Li, Ge Yu
2021 Data Science and Engineering  
Specifically, GHSH performs updates with up to 396 M updates/s and processes search queries with up to 995 M queries/s.  ...  In this study, we construct a fully concurrent dynamic hyperspace hash table for GPU. By using atomic operations instead of locking, we make our approach highly parallel and lock-free.  ...  National Key R&D Program of China (2018YFB1003400), the National Natural Science Foundation of China (62072083, 61872071), the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (N180716010,N2116008) and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41019-021-00161-5 fatcat:yuqqwwia2bbivfycocmus5e2eu

Time travel, hyperspace and Cheshire Cats

Alasdair Richmond
2017 Synthese  
Alas, hyper-rotation in Newtonian space poses dynamic and biological problems, (e.g. gravitational/electrostatic singularities and catastrophic blood-loss).  ...  G. Wells' Time Traveller inhabits uniform Newtonian time.  ...  Many thanks too to my 'Philosophy of Time Travel' students over the years for entertaining and informative discussions-in particular Cat Mcdonald-Wade, Emily Paul and Vivek Santayana.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-017-1448-2 fatcat:hmqiwjuhubdetacm7xaucopaz4

Map-based horizontal navigation in educational Hypertext

Peter Brusilovsky, Riccardo Rizzo
2002 Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '02  
We will look at why horizontal links disappear, how to support horizontal navigation in modern hyper-courseware, and our earlier attempts to provide horizontal navigation in Webbased electronic textbooks  ...  We will describe the mechanism behind this approach, present a system KnowledgeSea that implements this approach, and provide some results of a classroom study of this system.  ...  He would like to thank the faculty and the staff of the School for their support during the work o n KnowledgeSea.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513338.513345 dblp:conf/ht/BrusilovskyR02 fatcat:qwokjizknzbalfc2ocb6va4osa

Map-based horizontal navigation in educational Hypertext

Peter Brusilovsky, Riccardo Rizzo
2002 Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '02  
We will look at why horizontal links disappear, how to support horizontal navigation in modern hyper-courseware, and our earlier attempts to provide horizontal navigation in Webbased electronic textbooks  ...  We will describe the mechanism behind this approach, present a system KnowledgeSea that implements this approach, and provide some results of a classroom study of this system.  ...  He would like to thank the faculty and the staff of the School for their support during the work o n KnowledgeSea.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513344.513345 fatcat:ht3o2jpthnhddlj4k6lyevoeou

MATHEMATICAL EMANCIPATIONS. THE PASSING OF THE POINT AND THE NUMBER THREE: DIMENSIONALITY AND HYPERSPACE

Cassius J. Keyser
1906 The Monist  
Again, the structure of a fourfold figure, every minutest detail of its anatomy, can be traced out by anal ogy with its three-dimensional analogue.  ...  And what does he do? Not finding the desiderated hyperspace present to his vision or intuition or visual imagination, he posits it, or if you prefer, he creates it, in thought.  ...  More and more will joy in its activity determine its modes and forms. The hyper-dimensional worlds that man's reason has already created, his imagination may yet be able to. depict and il luminate.  ... 
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