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We report the generation and analysis of functional data from multiple, diverse experiments performed on a targeted 1% of the human genome as part of the pilot phase of the ENCODE Project. These data have been further integrated and augmented by a number of evolutionary and computational analyses. Together, our results advance the collective knowledge about(More)
Functional disintegration has been observed in schizophrenia during task performance. We sought to investigate functional disintegration during rest because an intrinsic functional brain organization, including both "task-negative" (i.e., "default mode") and "task-positive" networks, has been suggested to play an important role in integrating ongoing(More)
—Free-free beam, flexural-mode, micromechanical resonators utilizing non-intrusive supports to achieve measured Q's as high as 8,400 at VHF frequencies from 30-90 MHz are demonstrated in a polysilicon surface micromachining technology. The microresonators feature torsional-mode support springs that effectively isolate the resonator beam from its anchors via(More)
In early blindness, the primary visual area (PVA) loses the ability to process visual information, and shifts to working on the processing of somatosensory input, auditory input, and some higher-level cognitive functions. It has not yet been investigated whether such functional changes can lead to alterations of the functional connectivity between the PVA(More)
A micromechanical filter design technique based on low-velocity coupling of resonators is described that can achieve percent bandwidths less than 0.1% without the need for aggressive, submicron lithography. Using this low-velocity coupling technique, an IC process limited to feature sizes no less than 2 µm was utilized to achieve three-resonator(More)
Despite the success of functional imaging to map changes in brain activation patterns after stroke, spatiotemporal dynamics of cerebral reorganization in correlation with behavioral recovery remain incompletely characterized. Here, we applied resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) together with behavioral testing to longitudinally(More)
We propose an analytical model for multi-hop IEEE 802.11 networks to calculate how much bandwidth can be utilized along a path without violating the QoS requirements of existing rate-controlled traffic flows. A notion , " free channel time " , which is the time allowed for a wireless link to transmit data, is introduced to analyze the path capacity. To(More)
The character-based tagging approach is a dominant technique for Chinese word segmentation, and both discrimi-native and generative models can be adopted in that framework. However, generative and discriminative character based approaches are significantly different and complement each other. A simple joint model combining the character-based generative(More)
—By analyzing Binary Exponential Backoff(BEB) algorithm used in IEEE 802.11 standard , an adaptive improved algorithm is proposed to improve the fairness of the channel access for BEB algorithms, It adjusts dynamically the way of increase or decrease of the contention window based on the number of frame which is sent successfully. Using NS2 to analyze the(More)
Previous studies have led to the proposal that patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) may have disturbed functional connectivity between different brain regions. Furthermore, recent resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have also shown that low-frequency (<0.08 Hz) fluctuations (LFF) of the blood oxygenation level-dependent(More)