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Papers in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems

(Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems papers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, B

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Papers 1 - 20 of 52 in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems, B
  1. Analysis of genomic DNA derived from cells and fresh or fixed tissues often requires whole genome amplification prior to microarray screening. Technical hurdles to this process are the introduction of amplification bias and/or the inhibitory effects…
  2. This Letter presents a study of the local density of states (LDOS) in photonic quasicrystals. We show that the LDOS of a Penrose-type quasicrystal exhibits small additional band gaps. Among the band gaps, some exhibit a behavior similar to that…
  3. Background: Lung cancer has the highest mortality-rate per cancer, with an overall 5-year survival <15%. Several non-randomized studies pointed out the high sensitivity of low dose computed tomography (LDCT) to detect early stage lung cancer. In…
  4. The data of interest are assumed to be represented as N-dimensional real vectors, and these vectors are compressible in some linear basis B, implying that the signal can be reconstructed accurately using only a small number M Lt N of basis-function…
  5. We are working on integrating front-end electronics with the ultrasound transducer array for real-time 3D ultrasound imaging systems. We achieve this integration by flip-chip bonding a two-dimensional transducer array to an integrated circuit (IC)…
  6. We study DNA supercoiling in a quantitative fashion by micromanipulating single linear DNA molecules with a magnetic field gradient. By anchoring one end of the DNA to multiple sites on a magnetic bead and the other end to multiple sites on a glass…
  7. Recently, significant improvement in image resolution has been demonstrated by applying adaptive beamforming to medical ultrasound imaging. In this paper, we have used the minimum-variance beamformer to show how the low sidelobe levels and narrow…
  8. Neural networks are a powerful technology for classification of visual inputs arising from documents. However, there is a confusing plethora of dif erent neural network methods that are used in the literature and in industry. This paper describes a…
  9. Self-assembly is a process in which components, either separate or linked, spontaneously form ordered aggregates. Self-assembly can occur with components having sizes from the molecular to the macroscopic, provided that appropriate conditions are…
  10. Bilayer and trilayer graphene with controlled stacking is emerging as one of the most promising candidates for post-silicon nanoelectronics. However, it is not yet possible to produce large quantities of bilayer or trilayer graphene with controlled…
  11. Novel electrochemical transistors, based on the conductive polymer PEDOT, operating at driving voltages of only a few volts in bulk material, and with little demand on substrate planarity, are described by the authors. The underlying polymer ion…
  12. Recent research in prosthetic hands aims at developing innovative cybernetic systems able to allow users to feel an artificial hand as part of their bodies by providing the tactile sensation of a natural hand. Such prostheses must be endowed with…
  13. It has been concluded from numerous neurophysiological studies that humans rely on detecting discrete mechanical events that occur when grasping, lifting and replacing an object, i.e., during a prototypical manipulation task. Such events represent…
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