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This paper addresses the problem of disturbance attenuation (in the sense of L2-gain), with internal stability and no cost on the control input, for nonlinear systems, when the problem of almost disturbance decoupling is not solvable, i.e., when the least achievable attenuation level between disturbance and regulated output is nonzero. Two different(More)
Mycolic acids derived from the cell walls of Mycobacterium bovis BCG, Mycobacterium bovis Bovinus I, Mycobacterium smegmatis, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv have been fractionated as their p-bromophenacyl esters by a two-step high performance liquid chromatographic procedure: 1) adsorption chromatography on 10-micrometer particle size silica gel, and(More)
BACKGROUND In most health care facilities, problems related to delays in STAT medication order processing time are of common concern. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to evaluate processing time for STAT orders at Kimball Medical Center. METHODS All STAT orders were reviewed to determine processing time; order processing time was also stratified(More)
This project demonstrated that enough information can be retrieved from MEI, an XML format for musical information representation, to transform it into music notation with good fidelity. The process involved writing an XSLT script to transform files into Mup, an intermediate format, then processing the Mup into PostScript, the de facto page description(More)
Synthetic glycoproteins can be prepared by reductive amination of proteins and reducing carbohydrates in the presence of sodium cyanoborohydride. The reaction proceeds readily in aqueous solution at pH 6--9 to give high degrees of substitution. The degree of substitution can be determined by amino acid analysis, as the 2 degrees amine linkage formed with(More)