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  • S. Das
  • IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks
  • 1998
Elements of Artificial Neural Networks—Kishan Mehrotra, Chilukuri K. Mohan, Sanjay Ranka. (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997, 344 pp., hardbound, $55.00, ISBN 0-262-13328-8). Reviewed by Sanjoy Das. In recent years, there has been growing interest in the area of neural networks. Various neural-network models have been proposed, and neural networks are being(More)
In a study on CH4 emission from flooded rice fields under irrigated conditions, fields planted with rice emitted more methane than unplanted fields. The CH4 efflux in planted plots varied with the rice variety and growth stage and ranged from 4 to 26 mg h-1m-2. During the reproductive stage of the rice plants, CH4 emission was high and the oxidation power(More)
Long electropherotype with Subgroup I specificity is a common feature of animal rotaviruses. In an epidemic of infantile gastroenteritis in Manipur, India, long but SG I strains predominated in the outbreak in the year 1987–88. One such strain isolated from that region, following the outbreak had G9P [19] specificity. As this is a rare combination, the gene(More)
Deltamethrin is a synthetic pyrethroid with potent insecticidal property. The technical grade deltamethrin comprises of eight stereomeric esters (four cis and four trans isomers) of the dibromo analogue of chrysanthemic acid, 2,2dimethyl-3-cyclopropanecarboxylic acids. Deltamethrin is extensively used as an ectoparasiticide in animals and as insecticides in(More)
Yellow mosaic disease of jute (Corchorus capsularis) was found to be associated with a whitefly-vectored begomovirus. Sequencing of part of the begomovirus DNA-A indicated the presence of a New World begomovirus which has been detected for the first time in India.
Lymphatic vessels are thought to contribute to metastasis primarily by serving as a transportation system. It is widely believed that tumor cells enter lymph nodes passively by the flow of lymph. We demonstrate that lymph node lymphatic sinuses control tumor cell entry into the lymph node, which requires active tumor cell migration. In human and mouse(More)
Saccade-related burst neurons (SRBNs) in the monkey superior colliculus (SC) have been hypothesized to provide the brainstem saccadic burst generator with the dynamic error signal and the movement initiating trigger signal. To test this claim, we performed two sets of open-loop simulations on a burst generator model with the local feedback disconnected(More)
Incidental soil ingestion is expected to be a significant exposure route to arsenic for children because of the potentially high arsenic contents found in certain soils. Therefore, it is prudent to get information on oral bioaccessibility of arsenic following incidental soil ingestion and its relevance in health risk assessment for future remediation(More)