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Hypergeometric functions over finite fields
In this paper the analogy between the character sum expansion of a complex-valued function over GF(q) and the power series expansion of an analytic function is exploited in order to develop anExpand
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Morphology and distribution of electrophysiologically defined classes of pyramidal and nonpyramidal neurons in rat ventral subiculum in vitro
Intracellular electrophysiological recordings were made from 210 ventral subicular neurons in rat brain slices. Recordings here classified as burst‐firing or nonburst‐firing. Eighteen burst‐firingExpand
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Evaluations of hypergeometric functions over finite fields
We prove two general formulas for a two-parameter family of hypergeometric 3F2(z) functions over a finite field Fq , where q is a power of an odd prime. Each formula evaluates a 3F2 in terms of a 2F1Expand
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Neuronal diversity in the subiculum: correlations with the effects of somatostatin on intrinsic properties and on GABA-mediated IPSPs in vitro.
1. We used intracellular current-clamp techniques to record from 33 ventral subicular neurons in slices or rat hippocampal formation. Presumed pyramidal neurons were characterized by their responsesExpand
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Effects of somatostatin and related peptides on the membrane potential and input resistance of rat ventral subicular neurons, in vitro.
  • J. R. Greene, A. Mason
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
  • 1 February 1996
The effects of bath-applied somatostatin (SS), and related peptides on the membrane potential and input resistance of 117 ventral subicular neurons were investigated by intracellular recording in ratExpand
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The Hill: An Illustrated Biography of Syracuse University, 1870-Present
Including over 400 photographs compiled from archives and private collections, this volume presents an illustrated journey spanning the 130-year history of Syracuse University. The text portraysExpand
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Simulated Evolution and Adaptive Search in Engineering Design — Experiences at the University of Cape Town
This paper reports on experiences in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Cape Town in applying simulated evolution and adaptive search techniques to engineering design. ItExpand
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A comparison of three class separability measures
The simple direct class separability measure of a dataset is an easier and more informative measure for separability than the class scatter matrices approach and correlates well with Thornton's Separability's index. Expand
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