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A 242mW, 10mm2 1080p H.264/AVC high profile encoder chip
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A 1080 p high profile H.264 encoder is designed by the robust reusable silicon IP methodology and fabricated in a 0.13 mum CMOS technology with an area of 10 mm2 and 242 mW at 145 MHz. Expand
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A year-round comparison of fungal spores in indoor and outdoor air
This study was conducted by trapping airborne fungal spores inside and outside 15 residences in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, monthly from December 1991 to September 1993. The dominant funga...
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A 140-MHz 94 K Gates HD1080p 30-Frames/s Intra-Only Profile H.264 Encoder
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This paper presents a HD1080p 30-frames/s H.264 intra encoder operated at 140 MHz with just 94 K gate count and 0.72-mm2 core area for digital video recorder or digital still camera applications. Expand
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Design of Robust Model Predictive Control Based on Multi-step Control Set
Abstract By proposing the multi-step control set and using it as the terminal set, a new design method of robust model predictive control (MPC) is presented for the constrained polyhedral uncertainExpand
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Controlled attenuation parameter for the detection of steatosis severity in chronic liver disease: A meta‐analysis of diagnostic accuracy
Controlled attenuation parameter (CAP) is a novel ultrasound‐based elastography method for detection of steatosis severity. This meta‐analysis aimed to assess the performance of CAP.
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A 242mW 10mm2 1080p H.264/AVC High-Profile Encoder Chip
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A state-of-the-art 1080p high-profile H.264 video encoder is presented with 10mm2 core and 242 mW power. Expand
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Fungal contamination as a major contributor to sick building syndrome.
  • D. Li, C. Yang
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Advances in applied microbiology
  • 2004
Publisher Summary This chapter reviews the available literature on fungal contamination as a major contributor to sick building syndrome (SBS). A large number of fungi are saprophytes or decomposers,Expand
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A Year-Round Outdoor Aeromycological Study in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Abstract The outdoor aeromycota was studied in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada throughout 1992. The dominant outdoor airborne fungal genera and groups recorded on 58 sampling dates were CladosporiumExpand
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Detection of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal spores in the air across different biomes and ecoregions
Abstract Aerial dispersal of fungal spores is common, but the role of wind and air movement in dispersal of spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi is largely unknown. Several studies haveExpand
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Release and dispersal of basidiospores from Amanita muscaria var. alba and their infiltration into a residence.
  • D. Li
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mycological research
  • 1 November 2005
Release and dispersal of basidiospores of Amanita muscaria var. alba and their potential to infiltrate a nearby residence were investigated. Basidiospore release mainly occurred in the first threeExpand
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