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Deficits in attention and executive control are some of the most common, debilitating and persistent consequences of brain injuries. Understanding neural mechanisms that support clinically significant improvements, when they do occur, may help advance treatment development. Intervening via rehabilitation provides an opportunity to probe such mechanisms. Our(More)
Deficits in attention and executive control are some of the most common, debilitating and persistent consequences of brain injuries. Understanding neural mechanisms that support clinically significant improvements, when they do occur, may help advance treatment development. Intervening via rehabilitation provides an opportunity to probe such mechanisms. Our(More)
Recently numerous studies have attempted to develop efficient algorithms for com-pressing/decompressing geometric data. Almost all of these algorithms are either multiple pass traversals or operate in reverse order. Multiple pass traversals take a long time to execute. Operating in reverse order should work only off-line since its decompression order(More)
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