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Papers in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems

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

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Papers 1 - 20 of 152 in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems, I
  1. The crystal structure of RNA polymerase II in the act of transcription was determined at 3.3 A resolution. Duplex DNA is seen entering the main cleft of the enzyme and unwinding before the active site. Nine base pairs of DNA-RNA hybrid extend from…
  2. Concerns about the changing environment and fossil fuel depletion have prompted much controversy and scrutiny. One way to address these issues is to use concentrating photovoltaics (CPV) as an alternate source for energy production. Multijunction…
  3. We present a general mathematical theory for lifting frames that allows us to modify existing filters to construct new ones that form Parseval frames. We apply our theory to design nonseparable Parseval frames from separable (tensor) products of a…
  4. This paper proposes a novel hybrid image denoising method based on wavelet transform and sparse and redundant representations model which is called signal-scale wavelet K-SVD algorithm (SWK-SVD). In wavelet domain, mutiscale features of images and…
  5. This paper aims to present a review of recent as well as classic image registration methods. Image registration is the process of overlaying images (two or more) of the same scene taken at different times, from different viewpoints, and/or by…
  6. We study the role of surface plasmons in the near-field focusing of a finite-linewidth point dipole by a planar silver film using three-dimensional finite element calculations. We find that the intensity distribution in the image plane at a distance…
  7. Parkinson disease (PD) is associated with nigral degeneration and striatal dopamine deficiency. Demonstrating midbrain structural abnormalities with transcranial sonography or diffusion-weighted MRI or showing striatal dopamine terminal dysfunction…
  8. Proteins provide the building blocks for multicomponent molecular units, or pathways, from which higher cellular functions emerge. These units consist of either assemblies of physically interacting proteins or dispersed biochemical activities…
  9. We have employed an atomic force microscope with a high sampling rate to image GaN samples grown using an epitaxial layer overgrowth technique and treated with silane and ammonia to enlarge the surface pits associated with threading dislocations…
  10. Commercial rectangular atomic force microscope cantilever beams made of silicon were set into vibration, using a piezoelectric ultrasonic transducer coupled to the chip of a cantilever. The transducer was excited with continuous rf in the frequency…
  11. The feasibility of employing fluorescent contrast agents to perform optical imaging in tissues and other scattering media has been examined through computational studies. Fluorescence lifetime and yield can give crucial information about local…
  12. Physical properties of metallic foams are a direct consequence of their micro-/macro-structure. To improve these materials, it is necessary to understand exactly how the microstructure determines these properties. In this study we consider a range…
  13. We report an easily visualized liquid crystal (LC)-based system to study the molecular interactions between protein-coated gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and supported phospholipid monolayer self-assembled at the aqueous-LC interface. Protein-coated…
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