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  • Essay On Periodic Swarms

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    Periodic spatiotemporal swarms mining periodic swarms, even though there are some redundant periodic swarms. To solve this problem we use parsimonious periodic swarm mining method which is more efficient and effective. In the Figure \ref{example6}(a), we see that periodic swarms $(\left\{o_1, o_2\right\}, \left\{T_1, T_3\right\}, L_1)$ and $(\left\{o_1, o_2\right\}, \left\{T_2, T_3\right\}, L_1)$ are subsumed by the periodic swarms $(\left\{o_1, o_2\right\}, \left\{T_1, T_2, T_3\right\}, L_1)$. Thus

  • Frailty In Geriatric Patients

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    While various objective tools have been validated for assessing frailty in the geriatric population, these are often unsuitable for busy clinics and mobility-impaired patients. Although we have developed the Frailty Meter (FM) using two wearable sensors for frailty assessment during a 20-second repetitive elbow flexion and extension task, there is a dearth of information regarding an automatic algorithm for identifying frailty with a practicality for mHealth application. In this study, we proposed

  • Somatosensory System Essay

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    The somatosensory system is a portion of the nervous system that concerns the reception and perception of environmental and internal stimuli through receptors located around the body. This information manifests as pressure, pain, position, temperature, vibration and movement, and often tells the body of potentially dangerous stimuli (1). Stimuli is perceived externally through touch, called exteroception, and internally through the stimulation of muscles, joints and ligaments as proprioception. Once

  • Sensors And Instrumentation

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    directly into an electrical signal (such as current, voltage and frequency) with a suitable mechanism,. The production of these signals is based upon electrical effects which may be resistive, inductive, capacitive etc. in nature. The input versus output energy relationship takes a definite reproducible function. The output to input and the output to time behavior are predictable to a known degree of accuracy, sensitivity and response, within the specified environmental conditions. Modern digital computers

  • Edexcel AS Physics in 100 pages

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    ......... 20 Horizontal projection ................................................................................... 20 1.5 Work and Energy............................................................................................ 23 Energy conservation..................................................................................... 23 Kinetic energy

  • Activation of Protein Kinases by Means of Stochastic Resonance

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    quantities such us pressure, temperature, electric fields (E-fields) etc. into trains of information. All the features of systems exhibiting stochastic resonance were found to be present in cell signaling systems which are intrinsically noisy, nonlinear threshold systems. We observed the effects of pulsed electrical fields of intensity near that of

  • Lab Frog Muscle (Guide Experiment)

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    frog. II. Performance Objectives At the end of this exercise the student should be able to: 1. Define minimal (threshold), subminimal, maximal, and supramaximal stimulus. 2. Explain what is meant by a “graded” response. 3. Draw a diagram of the setup used in this lab exercise. 4. Calculate the work that is done in a given muscle. 5. Describe the function of a force displacement transducer. 6. Describe what happens to muscle contraction when the load is increased. 7. Define twitch, treppe

  • The Velocity And Wave Speed

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    Velocity: In reference to waves, the velocity can be described as the distance a point on the wave, for example the crest, moves or shifts in a given period of time. This means that the velocity or wave speed, is the metres the wave travels per second. A wave may have a high frequency, vibrating back and back, but can still have a low velocity. Hence, a wave can be moving back and forth with a low frequency and still have a velocity. Therefore we can get the equation- v = λ/T or v = f λ. Wavelength:

  • Sound Waves Essay

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    wavelength, amplitude, period, and frequency. WAVELENGTH is the distance from one point on the wave, to the next identical point, or the length of one part of the wave. AMPLITUDE is the distance from the midpoint to the place of maximum displacement. FREQUENCY is the number of cycles that occur in one second. It is also the inverse of the period. PERIOD is the time it takes for a wave to complete one

  • Victor Orellana. Mr. Fyffe. English Iv. 04/16/2017. Leafblowers

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    Victor Orellana Mr. Fyffe English IV 04/16/2017 Leafblowers vs Snails The majestic leaf blowers(superchargers), is a car add-on that makes your car faster. As well as the snail(turbo). But both are different, way different. A supercharger is an air compressor that increases the pressure or density of air supplied to an internal combustion engine. This gives each intake cycle of the engine more oxygen, letting it burn more fuel and do more work. A turbocharger, or turbo, is a turbine-driven forced

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