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MOTIVATION Target enrichment, also referred to as DNA capture, provides an effective way to focus sequencing efforts on a genomic region of interest. Capture data are typically used to detect single-nucleotide variants. It can also be used to detect copy number alterations, which is particularly useful in the context of cancer, where such changes occur(More)
—Mobile video traffic, owing to the rapid adoption of smartphones and tablets, has been growing exponentially in recent years and started to dominate the mobile Internet. In reality, mobile video applications commonly adopt buffering techniques to handle bandwidth fluctuation and minimize the impact of stochastic wireless channels on user experiences.(More)
Facial activities are the most natural and powerful means of human communication. Spontaneous facial activity is characterized by rigid head movements, non-rigid facial muscular movements, and their interactions. Current research in facial activity analysis is limited to recognizing rigid or non-rigid motion separately, often ignoring their interactions.(More)
Invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) is the second most frequently occurring histological breast cancer subtype after invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC), accounting for around 10% of all breast cancers. The molecular processes that drive the development of ILC are still largely unknown. We have performed a comprehensive genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic(More)
The authors would like to acknowledge the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) for supporting this work under the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program (Grant No. FA 9550-08-1-039), monitored by Dr. Gernot Pomrenke. Abstract: We demonstrate on-chip tunable true-time-delay (TTD) lines based on photonics crystal(More)
Motivation: Target enrichment, also referred to as DNA capture, provides an effective way to focus sequencing efforts on a genomic region of interest. Capture data is typically used to detect single nucleotide variants. It can also be used to detect copy number alterations (CNAs), which is particularly useful in the context of cancer, where such changes(More)
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