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BACKGROUND While hamstring strain injuries are common during sprinting, the mechanisms of injury are not well understood. In this study, we analyzed the running kinematics of an athlete obtained at the time of an acute hamstring strain injury. The purpose was to identify the period of the gait cycle during which the hamstring was likely injured, as well as(More)
We develop and investigate several novel multiresolution algorithms for detecting coherent radar targets embedded in clutter. These multiresolution detectors exploit the fact that prominent target scatterers interfere in a characteristic manner as resolution is changed, while multiresolution clutter signatures are random. We show, both on simulated and(More)
In this paper, we describe a model-based, non-linear reconstruction method for mapping internal building structures using through-wall radar data. We based the model on canonical geometry constructs that are commonly used in construction practices. These constructs are then formulated as sets of simple scattering mechanisms, which can be estimated from the(More)
BACKGROUND A study of the impacts on respiratory health of the 2007 wildland fires in and around San Diego County, California is presented. This study helps to address the impact of fire emissions on human health by modeling the exposure potential of proximate populations to atmospheric particulate matter (PM) from vegetation fires. Currently, there is no(More)
OBJECTIVE We evaluated the utility of amplitude-integrated EEG (aEEG) and regional oxygen saturation (rSO2) measured using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) for short-term outcome prediction in neonates with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) treated with therapeutic hypothermia. METHODS Neonates with HIE were monitored with dual-channel aEEG,(More)
reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Objective This presentation describes how syndromic surveillance information was combined with fire emission information and spatio-temporal fire occurrence data to evaluate, model and forecast climate change impacts on future fire scenarios. Introduction Syndromic surveillance(More)
Nonstandard image formation methods can enable fully three-dimensional fine resolution radar images of some objects of interest to be constructed from certain types of sparsely sampled three-dimensional apertures, which contain too little collected data to support traditional imaging methods. Such three-dimensional image products provide more target(More)
acute respiratory illness during the 2007 San Diego wildland fires using a coupled emissions-transport system and general additive modeling. Abstract Background: A study of the impacts on respiratory health of the 2007 wildland fires in and around San Diego County, California is presented. This study helps to address the impact of fire emissions on human(More)