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Markus encoded 太上靈寶五符序

Markus encoded 太上洞玄靈寶赤書玉訣妙經

Markus encoded 上清太上八素真經

Markus encoded 山海經

Markus encoded 上清九真中經內訣

Markus encoded 太清經天師口訣

Markus encoded 上清太上帝君九真中經

Data2017

Markus encoded 洞真太上三九素語玉精真訣

Markus encoded 上清金真玉光八景飛經

3D Printed Concrete Bridge

A 178 node directed Bitcoin address subgraph

Frederique Elise Oggier, Silivanxay Phetsouvanh & Anwitaman Datta
This dataset contains an address subgraph of the Bitcoin network comprising 178 nodes. Every line contains 2 Bitcoin addresses separated by a comma. This represents a directed edge in this subgraph. This data was extracted from the Bitcoin transaction network by Phetsouvanh Silivanxay.

Replication Data for: Topologically Enhanced Harmonic Generation in a Nonlinear Transmission Line Metamaterial

Yidong Chong
Data and computer code used to produce the experiment and theory plots in the paper "Topologically Enhanced Harmonic Generation in a Nonlinear Transmission Line Metamaterial" by Y. Wang, L.-J. Lang, C. H. Lee, B. Zhang, and Y. D. Chong.

Replication Data for: Dominant factors limiting the optical gain in layered two-dimensional halide perovskite thin films

Wee Kiang Chong, Krishnamoorthy Thirumal, David Giovanni, Teck Wee Goh, Xinfeng Liu, Nripan Mathews, Subodh Mhaisalkar & Tze Chien Sum
Semiconductors are ubiquitous gain media for coherent light sources. Solution-processed three-dimensional (3D) halide perovskites (e.g., CH3NH3PbI3) with their outstanding room temperature optical gain properties are the latest members of this family. Their two-dimensional (2D) layered perovskite counterparts with natural multiple quantum well structures exhibit strong light–matter interactions and intense excitonic luminescence.However, despite such promising traits, there have been no reports on room temperature optical gain in 2D layered perovskites. Herein, we reveal the challenges towards...

Crash Course in Sensory Psycholinguistics: Session 1

Suzy J Styles
Crash Course in Sensory Psycholinguistics Edition 2.2 (2018) Suzy J Styles A self-guided tour through the mysterious workings of our mouths, our ears and our brains and how our senses work together to shape how we experience the world. Session 1. "Language & how we do it"

Crash Course in Sensory Psycholinguistics: Session 5

Suzy J Styles
Crash Course in Sensory Psycholinguistics (Styles 2018 Ed. 2.2). A self-guided tour through the mysterious workings of our mouths, our ears and our brains and how our senses work together to shape how we experience the world. Session 5. "Neural Systems - Sensation and Connectivity"

The Commonest Speech Sounds: Prevalence Rates for Phonemes of the World

Suzy J Styles
This is a metadata record and mirror for an infographic and Open Educational Resource (OER) originally hosted on figshare. Follow the link below to access the original. The Commonest Speech Sounds: Prevalence Rates for Phonemes of the World Prevalence rates of speech-sounds across 1672 languages. Data from PHOIBLE Online. Colour scale indicates range from the listed percentage to the next higher percent. Latest version includes updated colours for more-effective lookup. A version of this figure...

Markus encoded 葛仙翁肘後備急方

Michael Stanley-Baker, Ruei-Ming Wu, Chao-Jan Chang & Xu Duoduo
This dataset contains the Markus encoded text file of 葛仙翁肘後備急方(Ge xianweng zhouhou beiji fang). Most of the metadata are based on information obtained from Schipper & Verellen’s Daoist Canon (published in 2004), unless stated otherwise. Where a date range is listed as one half of a century, e.g. "late fourth century BCE,” this is listed as a 50-year range, i.e. between -350 and -300. The text in Version 1 was marked up by Wu, Ruei-Ming...

Markus encoded 太上老君中經

MNPR

Santiago E Montesdeoca
MNPR is an expressive non-photorealistic rendering framework for real-time, filter-based stylization pipelines within Maya. It extends the Maya API and simplifies the creation of Viewport 2.0 render overrides, while still preserving all the low-level options that the Maya API provides. The framework was originally created by Santiago E. Montesdeoca during his PhD studies at the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), as a product of his conducted research in: Real-Time Watercolor Rendering of 3D Objects and Animation...

User Survey

MNPR - Usability Study

Santiago E Montesdeoca
This dataset contains the questionnaire and responses from the usability study, involving experienced artists and engineers, to evaluate the usefulness of each control and gather feedback to improve them.

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