A multi-mode network typically consists of multiple heterogeneous social actors among which various types of interactions could occur. Identifying communities in a multi-mode network can help understand the structural properties of the network, address the data shortage and unbalanced problems, and assist tasks like targeted marketing and finding… (More)
This paper describes a domain-independent, machine-learning based approach to temporally anchoring and ordering events in news. The approach achieves 84.6% accuracy in temporally anchoring events and 75.4% accuracy in partially ordering them.
Supplementary Figure 2. Administration module. A) Home page of the Admin Office, detailing available options. B) Creation of a new project in Project Manager. Projects are associated with a specific research laboratory or working group, and generally contains results from a single species to which filter sets may be applied. " Frequency " refers here to the… (More)
BACKGROUND The corpus callosum has been hypothesized to play an important role in neurobiological models of schizophrenia. Diffusion tensor imaging studies have provided evidence for a disruption in corpus callosum morphology in schizophrenia, but the regional distribution of abnormalities is not well known. METHODS We conducted 2 meta-analyses… (More)
A new sensitive microwave life-detection system which can be used to locate human subjects buried under earthquake rubble or hidden behind various barriers has been constructed. This system operating at 1150 MHz or 450 MHz can detect the breathing and heartbeat signals of human subjects through an earthquake rubble or a construction barrier of about 10-ft… (More)
This paper presents some up-to-date audio processing techniques which have been developed and integrated into the University of Colorado (CU) communicator system. The CU Communicator is an interactive human-machine dialogue system for airline, hotel and rental car information. The baseline system was fully functional in June 1999. Since then, many… (More)