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Dynamic program slicing
 Information Processing Letters, 29(Oct
, 1988
"... A dynamic program slice is an executable subset of the original program that produces the same computations on a subset of selected variables and inputs. It differs from the static slice (Weiser, 1982, 1984) in that it is entirely defined on the basis of a computation. The two main advantages are th ..."
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are the following: Arrays and dynamic data structures can be handled more precisely and the size of slice can be significantly reduced, leading to a finer localization of the fault. The approach is being investigated as a possible extension of the debugging capabilities of STAD, a recently developed System
Neil Finer
"... Abstract. Extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infants frequently require endotracheal intubation for assisted ventilation or as a route for administration of drugs or exogenous surfactant. In adults and less premature infants, the risks of this intubation can be greatly reduced using video laryngosco ..."
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for stabilizing the tongue and acts as a light guide for an LED light source, located remotely to avoid excessive local heating at the tip. The prototype is tested on an infant manikin and found to provide sufficient image quality and mechanical properties to facilitate intubation. Finally, we show a design for a
Finer Level
, 2010
"... We propose a unified framework for both large and smalldisplacement optical flow estimation based on the observation that fine motion structures, especially those with significant and abrupt displacement transition, cannot always be correctly reconstructed in the commonly employed multiscale vari ..."
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We propose a unified framework for both large and smalldisplacement optical flow estimation based on the observation that fine motion structures, especially those with significant and abrupt displacement transition, cannot always be correctly reconstructed in the commonly employed multiscale variational framework. A novel extended coarsetofine (EC2F) refinement framework is introduced in this paper to address this issue, which reduces the reliance of the flow estimates on their initial values propagated from the coarser level and enables recovering many motion details in each scale. The contribution of this paper also includes adaption of the objective function and development of a new optimization procedure. The effectiveness of our method is borne out by experiments for both largeand smalldisplacement optical flow estimation.
Finer Geometric Rigidity
, 2002
"... We consider infinite conformal iterated function systems in the phase space IR with d 3. Let J be the limit set of such a system. Under a mild technical assumption which is always satisfied if the system is finite, we prove that either the Hausdorff dimension of J exceeds the topological dimen ..."
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We consider infinite conformal iterated function systems in the phase space IR with d 3. Let J be the limit set of such a system. Under a mild technical assumption which is always satisfied if the system is finite, we prove that either the Hausdorff dimension of J exceeds the topological dimension k of the closure of J or else the closure of J is a proper compact subset of either a geometric sphere or an ane subspace of dimension k. A similar dichotomy holds for conformal expanding repellers.
Improved Localization of Cortical Activity by Combining EEG and MEG with MRI Cortical Surface Reconstruction: A Linear Approach
 J. Cogn. Neurosci
, 1993
"... We describe a comprehensive linear approach to the prob lem of imaging brain activity with high temporal as well as spatial resolution based on combining EEG and MEG data with anatomical constraints derived from MRI images. The "inverse problem" of estimating the distribution of dipole st ..."
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, The inverse solution can then l weighted for a particular (averaged) event using the sensor cox=riance for that evt'nt. Model studies surest that we m% be able to localize muhiple conical sources with spatial relution as good as PET with this technklue, while retaining a much finer grain picture
The Finer Geometry And Dynamics Of Exponential Family
, 1991
"... We consider the maps f : CI ! CI from the exponential family f e z g that have attracting periodic orbits. We prove that J r (f ) (the subset of the Julia set consisting of points that do not escape to infinity under forward iterates of f) has the Hausdorff dimension h less than 2, that the h dimen ..."
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dimensional Hausdorff measure of J r (f ) is positive and finite on each horizontal strip, and that the h dimensional packing measure of J r (f ) is locally infinite at each point of J r (f ). We introduce as our main technical device some map F defined on some strip P of height 2 . This map carriers enough
1Primer The Finer Points of Filopodia
"... The development of a singlecell zygote into an adult organism depends on highly coordinated, complex processes that control how and when cells divide, move, and change shape. The regulation of cell shape and motility is critical for the formation of functionally distinct tissues and organs and unde ..."
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The development of a singlecell zygote into an adult organism depends on highly coordinated, complex processes that control how and when cells divide, move, and change shape. The regulation of cell shape and motility is critical for the formation of functionally distinct tissues and organs and underlies a seminal event during the early development of multicellular organisms called gastrulationâ€”when cells of different tissue types undergo largescale rearrangements in relation to one another [1]. These processes also play an important role in the adult organism, for example, in wound healing, when fibroblasts and other cells migrate to the site of the injury to begin the process of healing [2], and in pathological situations. For instance, cancer cells migrate from their tissue of origin to populate distinct regions and organs in a process called metastasis [3], which often leads to organ failure and death in cancer patients.
The Finer Geometry and Dynamics of the Hyperbolic Exponential Family
"... We consider the maps f : CI ! CI from the exponential family fe g that have attracting periodic orbits. We prove that J r (f ) (the subset of the Julia set consisting of points that do not escape to infinity under forward iterates of f) has the Hausdorff dimension h less than 2, that the h di ..."
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dimensional Hausdorff measure of J r (f ) is positive and finite on each horizontal strip, and that the h dimensional packing measure of J r (f ) is locally in nite at each point of J r (f ). We introduce as our main technical device some map F de ned on some strip P of height 2. This map carries enough
Fast Stereo Matching: Coarser to Finer with Selective Updating
"... A coarse to fine approach for fast stereo matching is presented. In this approach, a dynamic programming (DP) based algorithm at the top of the pyramid is applied to obtain an initial coarse dense disparity map of high quality and to reduce computational cost. In each finer layer, a new dense dispar ..."
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A coarse to fine approach for fast stereo matching is presented. In this approach, a dynamic programming (DP) based algorithm at the top of the pyramid is applied to obtain an initial coarse dense disparity map of high quality and to reduce computational cost. In each finer layer, a new dense
A comparison of linkage disequilibrium measures for finescale mapping
 Genomics
, 1995
"... studies is difficult because recombinations are rarely Linkage mapping generally localizes disease genes observed even within the large pedigrees that would to 1 to 2cM regions of chromosomes. In theory, fur be required for finer mapping of these loci (Boehnke, ther refinement of location can be ..."
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studies is difficult because recombinations are rarely Linkage mapping generally localizes disease genes observed even within the large pedigrees that would to 1 to 2cM regions of chromosomes. In theory, fur be required for finer mapping of these loci (Boehnke, ther refinement of location can
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