Weilun Sun

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Given one or more images of an object (or a scene), is it possible to synthesize a new image of the same instance observed from an arbitrary viewpoint? In this paper, we attempt to tackle this problem, known as novel view synthesis, by re-formulating it as a pixel copying task that avoids the notorious difficulties of generating pixels from scratch. Our(More)
  • Hui-Bing Katie Wu, Tipyamol Niyomchai, Eugene Festa, AnaChristina E Minerly, Karen Weierstall, Deirtra Hunter +4 others
  • 2008
Evidence suggests that sex differences in response to cocaine administration may be regulated by activation of progesterone and estrogen receptors. To test this hypothesis, rats were pretreated with either RU 486 (progesterone antagonist; 0, 3, or 25 mg/kg), tamoxifen (estrogen antagonist; 0, 1, or 3 mg/kg), or vehicle followed by saline or cocaine(More)
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