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Dental reconstruction in the cleft space is difficult in some patients with cleft lip and palate because of oronasal fistulas. Most of these patients receive a particle cancellous bone marrow (PCBM) graft to close the alveolar cleft, and secondary bone grafting is also required. Treatment options for the alveolar cleft including fixed or removable(More)
M. Takeda,1 N. Hayashida,1 K. Honda,2 N. Inoue,3 K. Kadota,4 F. Kakimoto,4 K. Kamata,5 S. Kawaguchi,6 Y. Kawasaki,7 N. Kawasumi,8 H. Kitamura,9 E. Kusano,3 Y. Matsubara,10 K. Murakami,11 M. Nagano,12 D. Nishikawa,1 H. Ohoka,1 N. Sakaki,1 M. Sasaki,1 K. Shinozaki,3 N. Souma,3 M. Teshima,1 R. Torii,1 I. Tsushima,8 Y. Uchihori,13 T. Yamamoto,1 S. Yoshida,1 and(More)
In the sustainable ITS project at the Center for Collaborative Research, the University of Tokyo, an experiment platform is developed for drivers' characteristics analysis on the moving-based driving simulator. In the upper-level microscopic car traffic flow simulator, a prototype driver model and vehicle dynamics model are developed with flexibility in the(More)
Adhesion molecules and C-C chemokines play an important role in the accumulation of eosinophils in allergic inflammation. In the present study, the expression and function of adhesion molecules on eosinophils from asthmatic patients and involvement of RANTES and eotaxin were examined. Eosinophils isolated by the CD16 negative selection method were(More)
The application of embedded DRAM to higher end processor applications including the replacement of L3 and L2 caches by high-speed logic based embedded DRAM promises a viable solution to the vexing problem of processor memory subsystem design. Memory performance and on-chip memory capacity are still limiting factors for many applications, and on-chip memory(More)
In this paper, we propose an efficient and effective image generation system for "mixed reality traffic experiment space", an enhanced driving/traffic simulation system, which we have been developing for sustainable ITS project at the University of Tokyo. Conventional driving simulators represent their view by a set of polygon-based objects, which leads to(More)
Anisotropy in the arrival directions of cosmic rays with energies above 10eV is studied using data from the Akeno 20 km array and the Akeno Giant Air Shower Array (AGASA), using a total of about 114,000 showers observed over 11 years. In the first harmonic analysis, we have found strong anisotropy of ∼ 4% around 10eV, corresponding to a chance probability(More)
It is important to make sure that software satisfies stakeholders' requirements. However, as software has been getting more large-scale and complicated in recent years, it has certainly become more difficult to satisfy requirements. Even if there are goal-oriented requirements analysis approaches as techniques to systematically satisfy stakeholders'(More)
We report a rst result on the cosmic ray energy spectrum above 3 10 18 eV measured by the Akeno Giant Air Shower Array (AGASA) from July 1990 to February 1994. The analysis method and the energy resolution of the AGASA experiment are described in some detail. The attening of the spectrum around 10 19 eV (ankle) is observed with a signicance of 2.9. If we(More)
Both periosteum and bone marrow have the potential to induce heterotopic bone when grafted. Whether the process of bone formation is controlled by the recipient environment where the donor graft is placed or by factors from the donor site is not well documented. The purpose of this study was to examine the histology of new bone induced by either(More)