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The lexicon of 6-month-olds is comprised of names and body part words. Unlike names, body part words do not often occur in isolation in the input. This presents a puzzle: How have infants been able to pull out these words from the continuous stream of speech at such a young age? We hypothesize that caregivers' interactions directed at and on the infant's(More)
A large number of studies have demonstrated that structures within the medial temporal lobe, such as the hippocampus, are intimately involved in declarative memory for objects and people. Although these items are abstractions of the visual scene, specific visual details can change the speed and accuracy of their recall. By recording from 415 neurons in the(More)
Older adults represent the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, a trend that will have an unprecedented impact on society. High-speed Internet connectivity, often referred to as " broadband, " supports a growing array of applications and services with significant potential to help older adults live more independent and meaningful lives. In fact,(More)
A proof-of-concept basic prediction framework able to read the PAN author profiling data and be adaptable to accept multiple classification and training functions. The framework was used to investigate system resource usage and to experiment with data sub-setting techniques to enable efficient creation of the base model and convergence of the training(More)
BACKGROUND Evidence of an association between serum vitamin D and cardiovascular disease risk is inconsistent and comes predominantly from studies in high-income settings. We assessed the association between serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 (25(OH)D) and cardiovascular disease risk factors in a population of young Indian adults. METHODS(More)
DEDICATION To the other six, with love and gratitude. Special thanks to my committee: chair Harley Erdman, whose thoughtful advising and editing have never failed to sharpen my writing; Talya Kingston, whose knowledge of gender politics has informed this work from its inception; and to Christopher Baker, whose contributions to Williams dramaturgy always(More)
OBJECTIVES To i) demonstrate compliance with the Commissioning for Quality and Innovation for venous thromboembolism risk assessment ii) to undertake root cause analysis of Hospital Acquired Thrombosis and to investigate its impact on quality of care. DESIGN Prospective monitoring of all admissions. SETTING Imperial College Healthcare Hospitals, London.(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES To determine the extent and sociodemographic determinants of anemia, overweight, metabolic syndrome (MetS) and the co-occurrence of anemia with cardiometabolic disease risk factors among a cohort of Indian adults. SUBJECT/METHODS Cross-sectional survey of adult men (n=3322) and nonpregnant women (n=2895) aged 18 years and older from(More)
Optimal mechanism design with spectrum sharing differs from the traditional setting mainly in that some technological constraints (e.g., non-interference constraints) need to be taken into account explicitly. In this paper we characterize surplus-maximizing (efficient) and revenue-maximizing (optimal) mechanisms in a spectrum sharing context where a(More)