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Fast adaptation after a perturbation makes NFLs prevalent network motifs in sensory regulatory networks, speeding up the response times against environmental cues. ... In the case of the regulatory network of IncW plasmids, all regulators are controlled by NFLs that show high gains, meaning that the intrinsic strength of the promoter is high, but the repressive activity ...doi:10.4161/2159256x.2014.988069 pmid:26442172 pmcid:PMC4588214 fatcat:lzu5whp7pbdu3kvrr5dqzplzea
High school athletes demonstrated a slower recovery than NFL athletes. CONCLUSION: Computer-based neuropsychological testing was used within the overall medical evaluation and care of NFL athletes. ... OBJECTIVE: Acute recovery from concussion (mild traumatic brain injury) is assessed in samples of NFL and high school athletes evaluated within days of injury. ... Elliot Pellman and includes representatives from the NFL Team Physicians Society, NFL Athletic Trainers Society, NFL equipment managers and scientific experts in the area of traumatic brain injury, biomechanics ...doi:10.1227/01.neu.0000200272.56192.62 pmid:16462480 fatcat:maq3hhr3szh6jnwlbjogeebpb4
Simulation results show that the proposed algorithm reduces the HO failure probability through improving the NFL by deducting 40% of the amount of FSs in the NFL. ... The seamless handover (HO) process between network entities is a major challenge of the Femto cellular networks (FCNs). ... In this algorithm, the High-speed MS's are allocated only for available MBS and will be prevented from HO to FS. ...doi:10.35940/ijrte.a1273.059120 fatcat:xpsmqd2f5fa2xpfb2zsvcftfom
These same regions alone can distinguish this group from healthy subjects with high diagnostic accuracy. This study carries implications for the neurological safety of NFL players. ... National Football League (NFL) players are exposed to multiple head collisions during their careers. ... groups with high accuracy. ...doi:10.3233/jad-160207 pmid:27128374 pmcid:PMC4942725 fatcat:7wij266ovbatjoyurct42xkboi
(NFL) networks. ... Moreover, we find that the energy dissipation rate, the catalytic speed and the maximum adaptation accuracy in the I1-FFL network satisfy the same energy-speed-accuracy relationship as in the negative-feedback-loop ... For the NFL network, an ESA trade-off relation was found recently among the speed and accuracy of adaptation and the required energy dissipation rate  . ...doi:10.1098/rsif.2013.0489 pmid:23883955 pmcid:PMC3758009 fatcat:in5qrchbe5bmzj7y4xjpaqkive
Methods-One eye of each subject was scanned by a high-speed 1050 nm wavelength sweptsource OCT instrument. ... Results-In normal discs, a dense microvascular network was visible on OCT angiography. This network was visibly attenuated in glaucoma subjects. ... Recently, we developed a method of measuring local circulation using high-speed OCT to perform quantitative angiography. ...doi:10.1016/j.ophtha.2014.01.021 pmid:24629312 pmcid:PMC4082728 fatcat:l3ou7xcczfck7a63pr4lzmpjie
<p>The new NFL extra point rule first implemented in the 2015 season requires a kicker to attempt his extra point with the ball snapped from the 15-yard line. ... Though a 32-yard attempt is still a chip shot to any professional kicker, many NFL analysts were surprised to see the number of extra points that were missed. ... Neural Networks Neural Networks were the next type of model tested. ...doi:10.6017/eurj.v12i2.9448 fatcat:cggocq4jenfwpiewrcqi7nhmp4
SPEED is a highly efficient and scalable protocol for sensor networks where the resources of each node are scarce. ... In this paper, we present a spatiotemporal communication protocol for sensor networks, called SPEED. SPEED is specifically tailored to be a localized algorithm with minimal control overhead. ... GPSR has identical performance as GF when network density is relatively high, however, it achieves better delivery ratios in sparse networks. SPEED-S and SPEED-T are reduced versions of SPEED. ...doi:10.1109/tpds.2005.116 fatcat:vsv5rutyfbab7ndy647fh7jrzy
Here, a high-resolution, fiberbased, visible-light optical coherence tomography system is built and used to image normal retina in rats and blood vessels in chicken embryo. ... In the chicken embryo model, the microvascular network and a venous bifurcation are examined and the ability to identify and segment large vessel walls is demonstrated. ... It enables a high sensitivity, high speed and non-invasive way to acquire the cross-sectional reflectivity profile of a sample [5, 6] . ...doi:10.1364/boe.8.004595 pmid:29082087 pmcid:PMC5654802 fatcat:6fh4uyz63ban7ibc4qwu7vll4m
Capillary density was greatest in the RGC network (26.74%) and was significantly greater than the NFL (13.69%), IPL (11.28%) and deep INL (16.12%) networks. ... Results : Four different capillary networks were identified and quantified in the following regions: (1) Nerve fibre layer (NFL). (2) Retinal ganglion cell (RGC) layer. (3) Border of inner plexiform layer ... The retina was subsequently thawed and maintained at 4°C on a slow speed shaker prior to immunolabelling. ...doi:10.1167/iovs.12-10017 pmid:22836777 fatcat:p6cu7264cfgofnxvtbgq4zy63m
MATLAB Applications for the Practical Engineer
Future efforts could take advantage of this option to speed up implementations, run algorithms in parallel, and possibly further reduce licensing costs. ... Previous research has shown the cost of running multiple high-performance servers for many hours was just a few dollars  . ...doi:10.5772/58895 fatcat:nhrqno4tkneerejvxh3dgqkawu
to explore the set of candidate networks. ... Moreover, the speed of con- vergence to the optimum decreases as the dimension increases.” 2003m:68108 68T0S 62M45 Li, Chunguang (PRC-EST-CEL; Chengdu) ; Liao, Xiaofeng (PRC-EST-CEL; Chengdu) ; Yu, Juebang ...
The counterargument concerned whether cable operators were deliberately targeting the NFL Network for exclusion. ... The NFL Network aired its first live regular-season game on November 23, 2006, despite limited nationwide distribution. ... games on the NFL Network. ...doi:10.1123/ijsc.2.3.340 fatcat:xtiskzgktvc45jhq4m7ntrk5nm
To demonstrate high-speed, high axial resolution optical coherence tomography (OCT) at 1060 nm with penetration to the sclera. ... speed at high resolution and may provide superior clinical feasibility to commercial 800-nm devices. ... The key component of the OCT detection system was a recently developed high-speed InGaAs camera (SU-LDH 1024; SUI Goodrich, Princeton, NJ) with a linear 1024-pixel array. ...doi:10.1167/iovs.08-2869 pmid:19060289 fatcat:j6nfpsxjqze35d7dv4cpva6eia
Our motivation stems from the inverse shortest path problem that is made practically important in high-speed telecommunica- tion networks by the asynchronous transfer mode forum’s private network-network ... Murty (1-MI-I; Ann Arbor, MI) 2004f:90014 90B10 90C35 Farago, Andras (1-TXD-E; Richardson, TX); Szentesi, Aron; Szviatovszki, Balazs Inverse optimization in high-speed networks. ...
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