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The cellular skeleton of the adult rat fimbria consists of regularly spaced interfascicular glial rows of considerable length, running in the longitudinal (axonal) axis of the tract. Each row consists of a series of repeated segments made up of a stretch of interfascicular oligodendrocytes lying in direct contact with each other, and separated from the(More)
The development of the rat fimbria over the first postnatal month is associated with an approximate doubling of the tract diameter, a large increase in the number of glial cells, and the transformation of the prenatal radial glial skeleton into the adult interfascicular glial rows of solitary astrocytes and contiguous myelinating oligodendrocytes. The(More)
The broadcast-based geocast enables efficient data dissemination to vehicles within a given geographical region. When dealing with broadcast, unnecessary retransmissions must be suppressed by controlling the packet forwarding to avoid the broadcast storm problem. However, most of existing broadcast suppression methods do not work in urban environments since(More)
Driving with low-fuel consumption is a significant challenge for automobile society and cooperative platooning is one of the solutions. Thus, studies about platooning is widely discussed. Platooning vehicles are expected to drive short inter-vehicular distance in order to enhance the energy-saving effect. Hence, the vehicular communication is applied to(More)
This paper documents the development and evaluation of a novel tactile vision substitution system (TVSS) for the people with visual impairments. The system is composed of an electro-tactile display with 512 electrodes, the same number of optical sensors beneath each electrode, and a smartphone with a camera and an LCD. The smartphone acquires the(More)
BACKGROUND As the World Health Organization grading system for gastroenteropancreatic-neuroendocrine tumors (GEP-NETs) may not always correlate with tumor progression, it is imperative that other independent predictors of tumor progression be established. To identify such predictors, we conducted a retrospective histopathological study of hindgut NETs,(More)
BACKGROUND The enumeration of chemical graphs (molecular graphs) satisfying given constraints is one of the fundamental problems in chemoinformatics and bioinformatics because it leads to a variety of useful applications including structure determination and development of novel chemical compounds. RESULTS We consider the problem of enumerating chemical(More)
The paper introduces a Case Based Approximation method to solve large scale Traveling Salesman Problems in a short time with a low error rate. It is useful for domains with most solutions being similar to solutions that have been created. Thus, a solution can be derived by (1) selecting a most similar TSP from a library of former TSP solutions, (2) removing(More)