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  • G R Gao, Y B Wong, Qi Ning A Petri, R Govindarajan, Multi, D B Powell +8 others
  • 1993
Net model for ne-grain loop scheduling. [7] S. Ha and E.A. Lee. Compile-time scheduling and assignment of data-BLOCKINow program graphs with data-dependent iteration. [12] K.K. Parhi and D.G. Messerschmitt. Statuc rate-optimal scheduling of iterative data-BLOCKINow programs via optimum unfolding. Direct synthesis of optimized DSP assembly code from signal(More)
Previous studies identified a new brain area, the marginal division (MrD), at the caudomedial border of the neostriatum in the brain of the rat, cat and monkey. The MrD was distinguishable from the rest of the striatum by the presence of spindle-shaped neurons, specific connections, and dense immunoreactivity for neuropeptides and monoamines in fibers,(More)
The limbic system refers to a group of connected neural regions that are associated with motivation, learning, and memory. The marginal division (MrD) is a zone located at the caudal border of the neostriatum in mammalian brains that has been shown to be involved in learning and memory. In a previous study, c-fos expression showed functional connections(More)
BACKGROUND The hippocampus, central amygdaloid nucleus and the ventromedial region (marginal division) of the striatum have been reported to be involved in the mechanism of learning and memory. This study aimed elucidating anatomical and functional connections among these brain areas during learning and memory. RESULTS In the first part of this study, the(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the difference in the expression profiles in the hippocampus, marginal division and other related brain areas for identification of genes specific to the hippocampus and marginal division. METHODS Fetal hippocampus, marginal division, caudate putamen and amygdala were obtained and mRNA differential display technique was employed(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the functional connection between the marginal division of the striatum and hippocampus, a brain region that play a vital role in learning and memory. METHODS Morphological localization of functional activity of the nervous system was employed. Kainic acid (0.01%) was stereotaxically injected into the hippocampus as a chemical(More)
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