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—Stereoscopic video generation methods can produce stereoscopic content from conventional video filmed with mono-scopic cameras. In this paper, we propose a stereoscopic video generation method using motion analysis which converts motion into disparity values and considers multiuser conditions and the characteristics of the display device. The field of view(More)
PURPOSE This study investigated the effect of treadmill running on cognitive declines in the early and advanced stages of Alzheimer disease (AD) in 3xTg-AD mice. METHODS At 4 months of age, 3xTg-AD mice (N = 24) were assigned to control (AD + CON, n = 12) or exercise (AD + EX, n = 12) group. At 24 months of age, 3xTg-AD mice (N = 16) were assigned to AD +(More)
Aminoterminal fragments of substance P (SP) have been previously shown to produce effects distinct, and often opposite, from those produced by the C-terminal of SP. The present investigation was initiated to determine whether N-terminal fragments interact at binding sites distinct from the neurokinin-1 (NK-1) receptor where the C-terminal sequence of SP(More)
The visual attention algorithm of the human visual system [1] is utilized to reduce the complexity of object recognition by decreasing the amount of image data to be processed. As Fig. 16.2.1 illustrates, salient parts of a scene are roughly selected by the visual attention mechanism in advance so that next visual processing can focus on only the(More)
Spinal cord injury (SCI) commonly results in the development of neuropathic pain, which can dramatically impair the quality of life for SCI patients. SCI-induced neuropathic pain can be manifested as both tactile allodynia (a painful sensation to a non-noxious stimulus) and hyperalgesia (an enhanced sensation to a painful stimulus). The mechanisms(More)