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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)

- E B Saff, A D Snider, Prentice Hall
- 2008

Solutions to all assignments and to the Mid-term test will be presented on WEBCT Evaluation: Final examination 50% Mid-term test 30% Assignments 20%

Basic partial differential equations / David Bleecker, George. Csordas. p. cm. 3.1 Derivation of the Heat Equation and Solutions of the Standard 3.4, the case of time-_lependent B.C. and heat sources are handled by means of Duhamel's. J. D. Logan, Applied Partial Differential Equations, 3rd edition. Undergraduate Texts equation (2.7). As t → 0+ the solution… (More)

- Arthur David Snider, Laiq Azam
- 2012

— 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)

– An exposure to the arts is an essential part of every undergraduate's curriculum, but we feel that the course offerings adopted by most universities to acquaint their engineering students with the fine arts fail to meet their objective. Herein we describe a different type of fine arts course for engineering students which approaches the subject matter… (More)

- Murali R. Varanasi, Peter M. Maurer, Arthur D. Snider, Kenji Yabuuchi, Shreyas Sarangan, Chinmay Padhye +1 other
- 2000

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