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Delayed nonmatching-to-sample performance was examined in children and found to be poor from 12 months until almost 2 years even at 5-s delay, although 5 s is well within such children's memory capacity. After 12 months of age, performance did not differ by delay (5 or 30 s). Because children's problems seemed largely unrelated to the task's memory demands,… (More)
The 1996 production halt of adenovirus types 4 and 7 vaccines prompted concerns about the resurgence of large respiratory disease outbreaks among US military basic trainees. This serosurvey was conducted to assess the current susceptibility of the trainee population to these viruses. A stratified, random sample (n=303) of trainees' sera was tested using a… (More)
We present a first attempt at designing and implementing distributed time manipulation in multiplayer networked games.