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pyrdfa3: RDFa 1.1 extractor software for HTML5 and XML

Ivan Herman
RDFa 1.1 distiller/parser library: can extract RDFa 1.1 (and RDFa 1.0, if properly set via a @version attribute) from (X)HTML, SVG, or XML in general. The module can be used to produce serialized versions of the extracted graph, or simply an RDFLib Graph.

Дерматогліфічні Маркери Карієсу Зубів При Визначенні Рівня Інтенсивності Процесу У Чоловіків Із Різних Регіонів України = Dermatoglyphic Markers Dental Caries When Determining The Level Of Intensity Of Process In Men From Different Regions Of Ukraine

M. M. Shinkaruk-Dykovytska
Shinkaruk-Dykovytska M. M. дерматогліфічні маркери карієсу зубів при визначенні рівня інтенсивності процесу у чоловіків із різних регіонів України = Dermatoglyphic markers dental caries when determining the level of intensity of process in men from different regions of Ukraine. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(3):79-90. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.16250 http://ojs.ukw.edu.pl/index.php/johs/article/view/2015%3B5%283%29%3A79-90 https://pbn.nauka.gov.pl/works/547996 http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.16250 Formerly Journal of Health Sciences. ISSN 1429-9623 / 2300-665X. Archives 2011 – 2014 http://journal.rsw.edu.pl/index.php/JHS/issue/archive Deklaracja. Specyfika i zawartość merytoryczna czasopisma nie ulega zmianie....

Single Sound Clarity (Strings) Dataset

Kirsten Hermes, Tim Brookes & Chris Hummersone
Data generated as part of research to determine how single sound clarity depends on boosts and cuts in different frequency regions and on the original spectral centroids and fundamentals of the programme items (plucked and bowed violin, and plucked and bowed cello). Data comprise audio files, listening test interfaces, results and MATLAB code for plot generation. References BBC SNN (2015): K. Hermes, T.Brookes, C.Hummersone, “Towards measuring and modelling music mix quality: measuring single sound spectral...

Comparing Noise Compensation Methods For Robust Prediction Of Acoustic Speech Features From Mfcc Vectors In Noise

Ibrahim Almajai, Jonathan Darch, Ben Milner & Saeed Vaseghi
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2008

Microphone Comparison Array Validation Dataset

Andy Pearce, Tim Brookes & Martin Dewhirst
Data generated as part of research to determine an appropriate method to make audio recordings suitable for use in comparing the perceptual characteristics imparted by microphones. Data comprise audio files, listening test interfaces and MATLAB code. References BBC SNN (2015): A.Pearce. T.Brookes, M.Dewhirst, "Timbral differences between microphones", BBC Sound Now & Next Technology Fair, London, UK, 19-20 May 2015 AES139 (2015): A.Pearce. T.Brookes, M.Dewhirst, "Validation of experimental methods to record stimuli for microphone comparisons", Audio...

Audio Un-mixing Dataset

Toby Stokes, Tim Brookes & Chris Hummersone
Data generated as part of the PhD research project "Improving the perceptual quality of single-channel blind audio source separation" by Toby Stokes. Data relate to sound source separation algorithm development and testing and comprise audio source files and mixtures, separation quality measurements, and MATLAB code. Further project details can be found at http://iosr.uk/unmixing ThesisData/Publication Cross-Reference The data archive is structured according to the thesis chapter in which it was generated/used. This document provides a cross-reference...

Timbral Clarity Dumping Bias Dataset

Kirsten Hermes, Tim Brookes & Chris Hummersone
Data generated as part of research to determine the influence of 'dumping bias' on listener ratings of timbral clarity. Data comprise audio files, listening test interfaces, results and MATLAB code for plot generation. References AES 139 (2015): Hermes, K., Brookes, T., Hummersone, C., “The influence of dumping bias on timbral clarity ratings”, 139th Audio Engineering Society Convention, New York, USA, November 2015.

Audio Un-mixing Dataset (addendum)

Toby Stokes, Tim Brookes & Chris Hummersone
Listening test code and data supplementing the archive generated as part of the PhD research project "Improving the perceptual quality of single-channel blind audio source separation" by Toby Stokes. Further project details can be found at http://iosr.uk/unmixing References T.Stokes, "Improving the perceptual quality of single-channel blind audio source separation", PhD thesis, University of Surrey, UK, 2015

How to maximize the HL-LHC performance

G Arduini, D Banfi, J Barranco, H Bartosik, R Bruce, O Brüning, R Calaga, F Cerutti, H Damerau, R De Maria, L Esposito, S Fartoukh, M Fitterer, R Garoby, S Gilardoni, M Giovannozzi, B Goddard, B Gorini, M Lamont, E Métral, N Mounet, T Pieloni, S Redaelli, L Rossi, G Rumolo … & A Valishev
This contribution presents an overview of the parameter space for the HL-LHC upgrade options that would maximize the LHC performance after LS3. The analysis is assuming the baseline HL-LHC upgrade options including among others, 25ns spacing, LIU parameters, large aperture triplet and matching-section magnets, as well as crab cavities. The analysis then focuses on illustrations of the transmission efficiency of the LIU beam parameters from the injection process to stable conditions for physics, the minimization...

Collimation Upgrades for HL-LHC

S Redaelli, A Bertarelli, R Bruce, I Efthymiopoulos, A Lechner & J Uythoven
The upgrade of the LHC collimation system is essential to handle the challenging parameters foreseen for the HL-LHC that aims at colliding beams of up to 700MJ. Depending of the performance limitations of the LHC Run II at higher energy, we are preparing for a possible staged implementation of collimation upgrades starting already in the LHC long shutdown 2. In this paper, the main collimation upgrade studies are presented, recallingmotivations and improved performance goals. The...

Gabor Transform And Zak Transform With Rational Oversampling

M.J. Bastiaans
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Trieste, Italy, 1996

Real Time Fpga Implementation Of Automatic Modulation Classifier For Electronic Warfare Applications

Mario Garrido, Jesus Grajal, Marisa Lopez-Vallejo, Miguel Sanchez & Omar Yeste
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Barcelona, Spain, 2011

Radiation Risks and Mitigation in Electronic Systems

B Todd & S Uznanski
Electrical and electronic systems can be disturbed by radiation-induced effects. In some cases, radiation-induced effects are of a low probability and can be ignored; however, radiation effects must be considered when designing systems that have a high mean time to failure requirement, an impact on protection, and/or higher exposure to radiation. High-energy physics power systems suffer from a combination of these effects: a high mean time to failure is required, failure can impact on protection,...

PIQMIe: a web server for semi-quantitative proteomics data management and analysis

Arnold Kuzniar
PIQMIe is a web-based tool for reliable analysis and visualization of semi-quantitative mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics data. This tool readily integrates peptide and (non-redundant) protein identifications and quantitations, as obtained by the MaxQuant/Andromeda software with additional biological information from the UniProtKB database, and makes the linked data available in the form of a light-weight relational database (SQLite). Using the web interface, users are presented with a concise summary of their proteomics experiments in numerical and...

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