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We describe a patient who had sequential strokes in both hemispheres with a severe unilateral spatial neglect after a first right-sided parietal infarct and abrupt disappearance of the neglect after a second left-sided frontal infarct. The first lesion involve the caudalmost right angular gyrus (area 39), whereas the second lesion involved the left frontal(More)
Commercial high spatial resolution satellite data now provide a synoptic and consistent source of digital imagery with detail comparable to that of aerial photography. In the work described here, per-pixel classification, image fusion, and GIS-based map refinement techniques were tailored to pan-sharpened 0.61 m QuickBird imagery to develop a six-category(More)
(2016). Footbridge system identification using wireless inertial measurement units for force and response measurements. General rights Copyright for the publications made accessible via the Queen's University Belfast Research Portal is retained by the author(s) and / or other copyright owners and it is a condition of accessing these publications that users(More)
The monitoring of the dynamic properties of a structure as a tool to detect structural damage has been prevalent for some time. The fundamental theory behind this branch of non-destructive testing is that, if a crack was present in a structure it results in a localised loss in stiffness, which leads to a change in the modal properties of the structure.(More)
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