Melinda G. Simon

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Sensors have been widely used for disease diagnosis, environmental quality monitoring, food quality control, industrial process analysis and control, and other related fields. As a key tool for sensor data analysis, machine learning is becoming a core part of novel sensor design. Dividing a complete machine learning process into three steps: data(More)
B cell development and activation are regulated by combined signals mediated by the B cell receptor (BCR), receptors for the B-cell activating factor of the tumor necrosis factor family (BAFF-R) and the innate receptor, Toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9). However, the underlying mechanisms by which these signals cooperate in human B cells remain unclear. Our aim(More)
Estimating algorithmic complexity of complex software systems is important as based on such estimations we can approximate certain run-time properties of the software, like worst-case execution time or latency of critical components. These estimations are also necessary e.g. to plan with the required hardware capacity to run the software. While software(More)
We present a microfluidic platform for simultaneous on-chip pumping and size-based separation of cells and particles without external fluidic control systems required for most existing platforms. The device utilizes an array of acoustically actuated air/liquid interfaces generated using dead-end side channels termed Lateral Cavity Acoustic Transducers(More)
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a database computer language designed for managing data in relational database management systems, and originally based upon Relational Algebra. Its scope includes data query and update, schema creation and modification, and data access control. Since 1970 SQL became the most widely used language for relational databases,(More)
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