Adam J. Sierakowski

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INTRODUCTION The antisaccade task provides a powerful tool with which to investigate the cognitive and neural systems underlying goal-directed behaviour, particularly in situations when the correct behavioural response requires the suppression of a prepotent response. Antisaccade errors (failures to suppress reflexive prosaccades towards sudden-onset(More)
Let (A, G) be a C*-dynamical system with G discrete. In this paper we investigate the ideal structure of the reduced crossed product C*-algebra and in particular we determine sufficient – and in some cases also necessary – conditions for A to separate the ideals in A ⋊r G. When A separates the ideals in A ⋊r G, then there is a one-to-one correspondence(More)
  • Thesis, Adam Sierakowski, Mikael Advisor, Rørdam, Wojciech Szymanski, Nadia S Larsen
  • 2009
Classification of C*-algebras has been an active area of research in mathematics for at least half a century. In this thesis, we consider classification results related to the class of crossed product C*-algebras. We investigate the ideal structure of the reduced crossed product C*-algebra and in particular we determine sufficient − and in some cases also(More)
INTRODUCTION We present the functional outcomes of microvascular toe transfer to reconstruct the post-traumatic metacarpal hand deformity. Twelve toe transfers were successfully carried out in 11 patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS In each patient, the level of injury was classified according to the Wei classification system. Functional outcome was measured(More)
OBJECTIVE We report the case of a 77-year-old man who presented with a long-standing, large swelling of the left hypothenar eminence. This was associated with recent-onset paresthesia and numbness of the ring and little fingers. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a cystic lesion that occupied almost the entire bulk of the hypothenar eminence. METHODS(More)
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