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- Walt Karniski, R. Clifford Blair, Arthur David Snider
- Brain Topography
- 1994

Statistical methods for testing differences between neural images (e.g., PET, MRI or EEG maps) are problematic because they require (1) an untenable assumption of data sphericity and (2) a high subject to electrode ratio. We propose and demonstrate an exact and distribution-free method of significance testing which avoids the sphericity assumption and may… (More)

- Alicia C Garcia-Lopez, Arthur D Snider, Luis H Garcia-Rubio
- Optics express
- 2006

A rapid tool for the characterization of submicron particles is light spectroscopy. Rayleigh-Debye-Gans and Mie theories provide light scattering solutions that can be evaluated within the time constants required for continuous real time monitoring applications, as in characterization of biological particles. A multiwavelength assessment of… (More)

- HITOSHI OI, Peter M. Maurer, +7 authors Lynn Fletcher
- 2000

- Arthur David Snider, Gary Charles Fleming, GARY CHARLES FLEMING
- 2010

The usual method of finding an accurate trigonometric interpolation for a function with dominant high frequencies requires a large number of calculations. This paper shows how aliasing can be used to achieve a great reduction in the computations in cases when the high frequencies are known beforehand. The technique is applied to stiff differential… (More)

- Eduardo A. Rojas-Nastrucci, Arthur David Snider, Thomas M. Weller
- IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and…
- 2016

Additive manufacturing (AM) is increasingly being used for the realization of microwave circuits. In this method of fabrication, conductive patterns can be printed directly without the need of a mask or subtractive techniques such as etching a metalized substrate surface. For most AM processes, the materials used for the conductive layer are the most… (More)

— The classic problem of recovering arbitrary values of a band-limited signal from its samples has an added complication in software radio applications; namely, the resampling calculations inevitably fold aliases of the analog signal back into the original bandwidth. The phenomenon is quantified by the spur-free dynamic range. We demonstrate how a novel… (More)

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