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The Virtual Family--development of surface-based anatomical models of two adults and two children for dosimetric simulations.
The objective of this study was to develop anatomically correct whole body human models of an adult male (34 years old), an adult female (26 years old) and two children (an 11-year-old girl) for the optimized evaluation of electromagnetic exposure. Expand
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Principles of geographic information systems : an introductory textbook
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Tracking dynamic land-use change using spatially explicit Markov Chain based on cellular automata: the case of Tehran
The main objective of this research is to, first, monitor urban sprawl in the metropolis of Tehran and, second, to assess the CA–Markov model in the simulation of land-use change. Expand
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Development of a new generation of high-resolution anatomical models for medical device evaluation: the Virtual Population 3.0.
The Virtual Family computational whole-body anatomical human models were originally developed for electromagnetic (EM) exposure evaluations, in particular to study how absorption of radiofrequency radiation from external sources depends on anatomy. Expand
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Emergence of tick-borne encephalitis in new endemic areas in Austria: 42 years of surveillance.
Human infections with tick-borne encephalitis (TBE)virus are a public health concern in certain regions of Europe, central and eastern Asia. Expansions of endemic areas and increased incidences haveExpand
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Reasoning about changes of land covers with fuzzy settings
This paper discusses a method to calculate land cover changes based on fuzzy settings based on a fuzzy classification. Expand
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In vitro investigation of pacemaker lead heating induced by magnetic resonance imaging: Role of implant geometry
To evaluate the effect of the geometry of implantable pacemakers (PMs) on lead heating induced by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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Handling Identities in Spatio-Temporal Databases
Rapid advances in the technology of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have prompted a wide range of spatially referenced applications. However, conventional GISs are dealing with a static view ofExpand
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CHAPTER SIX – Logical consistency
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Spatio-temporal Methods to Reduce Data Uncertainty in Restricted Movement on a Road Network
This paper proposes a spatial registration technique to reduce the error associated with location data; it proposes consistency checks and time registration in an effort to compensate for times when no observation is available. Expand
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