Scott A. Hill

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The characterization of the "most connected" nodes in static or slowly evolving complex networks has helped in understanding and predicting the behavior of social, biological, and technological networked systems, including their robustness against failures, vulnerability to deliberate attacks, and diffusion properties. However, recent empirical research of(More)
Larval zebrafish exhibit a variety of complex undulatory swimming patterns. This repertoire is controlled by the 300 neurons projecting from brain into spinal cord. Understanding how descending control signals shape the output of spinal circuits, however, is nontrivial. We have therefore developed a segmental oscillator model (using NEURON) to investigate(More)
A multi- high-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance method is used to probe the magnetic excitations of a dimer of single-molecule magnets. The measured spectra display well-resolved quantum transitions involving coherent superposition states of both molecules. The behavior may be understood in terms of an isotropic superexchange coupling between pairs(More)
  • Joseph L Scheffey, William M Carey, John J Dompke, Richard J Fairclough, Fred B Goodnight, Assn Compressed +36 others
  • 1999
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