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Behavioral research consistently shows that congruous events, that is, events whose constituent elements match along some specific dimension, are better remembered than incongruous events. Although it has been speculated that this "congruency subsequent memory effect" (cSME) results from enhanced semantic elaboration, empirical evidence for this account is(More)
To evaluate the performance of three-dimensional semi-automated evaluation software for the assessment of myocardial blood flow (MBF) and blood volume (MBV) at dynamic myocardial perfusion computed tomography (CT). Volume-based software relying on marginal space learning and probabilistic boosting tree-based contour fitting was applied to CT myocardial(More)
ASP is a general purpose Associative Data Structure Package in which an arbitrary number of data items and an arbitrary number of the relationships between these data items may be represented. A special picture language is described which has proved very useful for drawing ASP structures on paper. ASP structures are built and manipulated by means of a(More)
DNA sequence analysis of part of the small single copy region of wheat (Triticum aestfvum cv. Mardler) chloroplast DNA has revealed an open reading frame of 528 bp. This open reading frame is located in the 11.0 kbp PstI fragment (P5), approximately 6.5 kbp from the 3' end of the nearer copy of the gene for the 23S rRNA (1). The gene is transcribed in the(More)
The aim of Computer Aided Design is to create in the computer a model of the design problem. For example, an electronic circuit may be being designed; the engineer will use an environment consisting of standard circuit parts, with the laws that govern the operation, and will use this environment, together with the constraints on performance, to build a(More)
Thromboembolism is a well-known complication of nephrotic syndrome. Pulmonary embolism, renal vein thrombosis, and deep vein thrombosis are the most common venous thromboembolic diseases in patients with nephrotic syndrome, while arterial thromboembolic complications are observed less frequently. Imaging plays an important role in the detection and(More)
Williams syndrome is a relatively common (1 in 10,000 live births) genetic disorder caused by a deletion involving chromosome 7 that results in a variety of clinically significant abnormalities, including developmental delay, behavioral changes, hypercalcemia, and a distinct "elfin" facial appearance. Congenital cardiovascular disease that presents in(More)