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The internal structures of commercial spheronised microcrystalline cellulose (s-MCC) and pre-gelatinised starch (PGS) granules were investigated, using a range of methods. Results from scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) revealed hierarchical structures, with dimensions ranging from… (More)
PURPOSE We sought to describe and quantify differences among the year of first positive HIV test from patient report, the medical record, and HIV/AIDS surveillance data. METHODS We merged two clinic-based studies with overlapping HIV-infected participant populations in North Carolina with the HIV/AIDS Reporting System (HARS) and examined the first… (More)
This paper describes the interactive computer system used in Posthorn, a multimedia composition which is performed on Neill's self-designed instrument, the mutantrumpet. The technology and aesthetics of the system and the merging of acoustic instrument performance with software-based improvisation are explored in detail.
In its recent submissions to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority argued that the risk weight on lending secured by residential mortgage should be reduced from 50% to 20%. Using Australian banking data, we estimate the relative riskiness of assets according to their regulatory imposed risk weights. The… (More)
At the ACM SIGAda Future Ada Environments Workshop, the working group on software reusability decided that the most productive use of the little time available to the group was to clearly determine the issues in software reusability and make recommendations wherever possible.
Saturday night the Rice University Owls defeated the Hous-ton Cougars, 14-13 in one of the greatest Rice wins in recent years. The Owl win came as no great surprise to most Rice fans as we correctly predicted in last week's Thresher that the Owls would upset their cross-town rivals by the same score, 14-13. Although heralded by the highly unacclaimed Daily… (More)
In the 1860s mass emigration from Merthyr Tydfil made a major impact on the town’s fortunes and developing public sphere. The ‘extraordinary drain’ occasioned much concern and comment and reconfigured ongoing debates about Merthyr’s contemporary condition and future survival. In turn, local power struggles, notions of the town’s interests and emerging civic… (More)