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Generalized partially coherent beams with nonseparable phases

Daomu Zhao & Lipeng Wan
A new family of partially coherent beams incorporating a set of nonseparable phases is introduced. Due to the nonnegative definiteness of the cross-spectral density function these phases cannot survive in the limit of full coherence, which distinguishes them from conventional phase terms. An example of a nonuniform model beam with a quartic nonseparable phase is presented. It is shown that the presence of such a phase in effect stretches the beam in a specific direction...

Generalized partially coherent beams with nonseparable phases

Daomu Zhao & Lipeng Wan
A new family of partially coherent beams incorporating a set of nonseparable phases is introduced. Due to the nonnegative definiteness of the cross-spectral density function these phases cannot survive in the limit of full coherence, which distinguishes them from conventional phase terms. An example of a nonuniform model beam with a quartic nonseparable phase is presented. It is shown that the presence of such a phase in effect stretches the beam in a specific direction...

VIS2.avi

Daomu Zhao
A movie on the propagation of SNUM beams for several values of phase strength u.

VIS2.avi

Daomu Zhao
A movie on the propagation of SNUM beams for several values of phase strength u.

VIS1.avi

Daomu Zhao
A movie on the propagation of NUM beams and SNUM beams.

VIS1.avi

Daomu Zhao
A movie on the propagation of NUM beams and SNUM beams.

Intranasal esketamine in treatment-resistant depression: a profile of its use

Lesley J. Scott
Compliance with ethical standards Funding: The preparation of this review was not supported by any external funding. Conflicts of interest: Lesley Scott is an employee of Adis International Ltd./Springer Nature, is responsible for the article content and declares no conflicts of interest.Enhanced material for this Adis Drug Q&A can be found here

AbstractIntranasal esketamine (Spravato™), the S-enantiomer of ketamine, targets the glutamatergic system via non-competitive antagonism of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor, thereby providing a novel approach to...

Supplementary material _Table S2

Martha Koutsidi, Evangelos Tzanatos & Catherine Moukas
Supplementary material _Table S2 The competition between 205 species of Mediterranean nekton examined, specifically regarding: (a) habitat use, (b) food resources of adult/mature stages, (c) spawning habitat use. The excel file has 3 worksheets: (1) habitat_use: This worksheet contains the 205 species examined, sorted by the modalities of the traits (optimal depth, habitat type, seabed type) relevant to habitat use. The trait depth range, appearing at the table (characterizing a species as eurybathic or stenobathic)...

Supplementary material _Table S2

Martha Koutsidi, Evangelos Tzanatos & Catherine Moukas
Supplementary material _Table S2 The competition between 205 species of Mediterranean nekton examined, specifically regarding: (a) habitat use, (b) food resources of adult/mature stages, (c) spawning habitat use. The excel file has 3 worksheets: (1) habitat_use: This worksheet contains the 205 species examined, sorted by the modalities of the traits (optimal depth, habitat type, seabed type) relevant to habitat use. The trait depth range, appearing at the table (characterizing a species as eurybathic or stenobathic)...

Integrating alpha, beta, taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity on anuran fauna in different environmental gradients of tropical forests in western Ecuador - Supplementary material

Luis Amador, Juan Manuel Guayasamin & Mauricio Soto-Gamboa
The scripts are presented with the R-code of statistical, ecological and phylogenetic analysis. It also includes the input files to run and replicate the analysis.

Integrating alpha, beta, taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity on anuran fauna in different environmental gradients of tropical forests in western Ecuador - Supplementary material

Luis Amador, Juan Manuel Guayasamin & Mauricio Soto-Gamboa
The scripts are presented with the R-code of statistical, ecological and phylogenetic analysis. It also includes the input files to run and replicate the analysis.

Functional Horseshoe Priors for Subspace Shrinkage

Minsuk Shin, Anirban Bhattachrya & Valen E. Johnson
We introduce a new shrinkage prior on function spaces, called the functional horseshoe prior (fHS), that encourages shrinkage towards parametric classes of functions. Unlike other shrinkage priors for parametric models, the fHS shrinkage acts on the shape of the function rather than inducing sparsity on model parameters. We study the efficacy of the proposed approach by showing an adaptive posterior concentration property on the function. We also demonstrate consistency of the model selection procedure that...

Functional Horseshoe Priors for Subspace Shrinkage

Minsuk Shin, Anirban Bhattacharya & Valen E. Johnson
We introduce a new shrinkage prior on function spaces, called the functional horseshoe (fHS) prior, that encourages shrinkage toward parametric classes of functions. Unlike other shrinkage priors for parametric models, the fHS shrinkage acts on the shape of the function rather than inducing sparsity on model parameters. We study the efficacy of the proposed approach by showing an adaptive posterior concentration property on the function. We also demonstrate consistency of the model selection procedure that...

Functional Horseshoe Priors for Subspace Shrinkage

Minsuk Shin, Anirban Bhattacharya & Valen E. Johnson
We introduce a new shrinkage prior on function spaces, called the functional horseshoe (fHS) prior, that encourages shrinkage toward parametric classes of functions. Unlike other shrinkage priors for parametric models, the fHS shrinkage acts on the shape of the function rather than inducing sparsity on model parameters. We study the efficacy of the proposed approach by showing an adaptive posterior concentration property on the function. We also demonstrate consistency of the model selection procedure that...

Additional file 9: of Integrated analysis of genetic, behavioral, and biochemical data implicates neural stem cell-induced changes in immunity, neurotransmission and mitochondrial function in Dementia with Lewy Body mice

Anita Lakatos, Natalie Goldberg & Mathew Blurton-Jones
ModuleAnnotation_GOenrichmentWGCNA. Supplemantary Gene Ontology Annotation performed in WGCNA. This file contains the first 25 most significant annotation terms for each module based on Gene Ontology gene sets enrichment analysis implemented in WGCNA. Columns in the file are labeled as followed: rank of the significant result (rank), module number (module), module size (modSize), the number of gene from the module that are included in the analysis (bkgrModSize), the size of GO gene set (bkgrTermSize), the number...

PrimerMap output

Pablo Daniel Farace
Files contains results for in-silico PCR

PrimerMap output

Pablo Daniel Farace
Files contains results for in-silico PCR

Identifying time-dependent changes in the morphology of an individual aerosol particle from their light scattering patterns

Allen Haddrell, Grazia Rovelli, David Lewis, Tanya Church & Jonathan Reid
The physical, chemical, and biological properties of an aerosol droplet/particle are dependent on the morphology of the droplet/particle itself; for example, a liquid droplet will be processed by oxidants in the gas phase in a fundamentally different way than a solid particle. Additionally, given their small size, aerosol droplets may change phase over timescales in the order of milliseconds (e.g. deliquescence or crystallisation). Thus, ability to rapidly and easily estimate the morphology of a droplet/particle...

Identifying time-dependent changes in the morphology of an individual aerosol particle from its light scattering pattern

Allen Haddrell, Grazia Rovelli, David Lewis, Tanya Church & Jonathan Reid
The physical, chemical, and biological properties of an aerosol droplet/particle are dependent on the morphology of the droplet/particle itself; for example, a liquid droplet will be processed by oxidants in the gas phase in a fundamentally different way than a solid particle. Additionally, given their small size, aerosol droplets may change phase over timescales in the order of milliseconds (e.g., deliquescence or crystallisation). Thus, ability to rapidly and easily estimate the morphology of a droplet/particle...

Identifying time-dependent changes in the morphology of an individual aerosol particle from its light scattering pattern

Allen Haddrell, Grazia Rovelli, David Lewis, Tanya Church & Jonathan Reid
The physical, chemical, and biological properties of an aerosol droplet/particle are dependent on the morphology of the droplet/particle itself; for example, a liquid droplet will be processed by oxidants in the gas phase in a fundamentally different way than a solid particle. Additionally, given their small size, aerosol droplets may change phase over timescales in the order of milliseconds (e.g., deliquescence or crystallisation). Thus, ability to rapidly and easily estimate the morphology of a droplet/particle...

Terrestrial Water Storage Reconstruction using Cyclostationary Empirical Orthogonal Functions

Hrishikesh Chandanpurkar
'tws_cseof_v1_19800101_20181201.nc' The file represents reconstructed time series of terrestrial water storage anomalies from GRACE JPL RL06 Mascon Solution and GPCP 2.3 terrestrial precipitation using cyclostationary empirical orthogonal functions (CSEOF) method. The associated description of the time series generation is being submitted to Nature Scientific Data.Citation: Chandanpurkar, H. A., B.D. Hamlington, J.T. Reager (submitted) A Global Terrestrial Water Storage Reconstruction from 1980-present using Cyclostationary Empirical Orthogonal Functions, Nature Scientific Data
The data are stored in NETCDF4 format,...

tws_cseof_v1_19800101_20181201.nc

Hrishikesh Chandanpurkar
'tws_cseof_v1_19800101_20181201.nc' The file represents reconstructed time series of terrestrial water storage anomalies from GRACE JPL RL06 Mascon Solution and GPCP 2.3 terrestrial precipitation using cyclostationary empirical orthogonal functions (CSEOF) method. The associated description of the time series generation is being submitted to Nature Scientific Data.Citation: Chandanpurkar, H. A., B.D. Hamlington, J.T. Reager (submitted) A Global Terrestrial Water Storage Reconstruction from 1980-present using Cyclostationary Empirical Orthogonal Functions, Nature Scientific Data
The data are stored in NETCDF4 format,...

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