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A correlation between some characteristics of the visual evoked potentials and individual personality traits (by the Kettell scale) was revealed in 40 healthy subjects when they recognized facial expressions of anger and fear. As compared to emotionally stable subjects, emotionally unstable subjects had shorter latencies of evoked potentials and suppressed(More)
A reaction time and accuracy of visual recognition of emotions of joy, anger and fear in their relation to personality traits was studied in 68 healthy subjects. According to scores of Kettell Questionnaire all the participants were divided into two groups: emotionally unstable and emotionally stable, which differed in their emotional and communication(More)
Referring to the query complexity of property testing, we prove the existence of a rich hierarchy of corresponding complexity classes. That is, for any relevant function q, we prove the existence of properties that have testing complexity Θ(q). Such results are proven in three standard domains often considered in property testing: generic functions,(More)
We consider natural graph property tests, which act entirely independently of the size of the graph being tested (not just having a number of queries independent of the size). We introduce the notion of graph properties being inflatable — closed under taking (balanced) blowups — and show that the query complexity of natural tests for a property are related(More)
We consider natural graph property tests, which act entirely independently of the size of the graph being tested (not just having a number of queries independent of the size). We introduce the notion of graph properties being inflatable — closed under taking (balanced) blowups — and show that the query complexity of natural tests for a property are related(More)
This short paper present a collection of GPU lightweight decompression algorithms implementations within a FOSS library, <b>Giddy</b> - the first to be published to offer such functionality. As the use of compression is important in ameliorating PCIe data transfer bottlenecks, we believe this library and its constituent implementations can serve as useful(More)
Chorea is an abnormal hyperkinetic movement disorder. The reasons for chorea are diverse and include hereditary, endocrine, toxic, vascular, infectious, autoimmune, and metabolic etiologies. We present a 64-year-old woman with acute chorea who suffered from diabetes with recurrent hypoglycemia, and chronic renal failure treated by hemodialysis. The full(More)
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