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Non local spatial and angular matching : enabling higher spatial resolution diffusion MRI datasets through adaptive denoising
Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) datasets suffer from low Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), especially at high b-values. Acquiring data at high b-values contains relevant information and is now of great interest for ...
Macrodynamics of economics: a bibliometric history
A history of specialties in economics since the late 1950s is constructed on the basis of a large corpus of documents from economics journals. The production of this history relies on a combination of algorithmic methods ...
There should not be any mystery: a comment on sampling issues in bibliometrics
A research unit wants to assess whether its publications tend to be more cited than academic publications in general. This research unit could be anything from a lonesome researcher to a national research council sponsoring ...
Testing steel lattice towers with a hybrid (numerical/ experimental) method
Abstract : The analysis of transmission line steel lattice towers is usually performed with linear numerical methods. However, the actual behaviour of bolted lattice towers is complex and may be highly affected by different ...
Review of advanced modelling methods for lattice steel towers
Abstract : The analysis of transmission line steel lattice towers is usually performed with simplified linear numerical methods. However, the actual behaviour of bolted lattice towers is complex and may be affected by ...
Experimental testing of a new hysteretic damper for base isolated bridges
Other titre : Resilient infrastructure = Infrastructures résilientes
Abstract: An experimental procedure was developed to implement a simplified design method of supplemental dampers for isolated highway bridges. For seismically base-isolated bridges subjected to an earthquake, the principal ...
Comparative effects of adaptation on layer II-III and layer V-VI neurons in cat V1
Abstract: V1 is fundamentally grouped into columns that descend from layers II–III to V–VI. Neurons inherent to visual cortex are capable of adapting to changes in the incoming stimuli that drive the cortical plasticity. ...