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Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics - Lecture 10

Alan Cienki
Cognitive linguistics is purported to be a usage-based approach, yet only recently has research in some of its subfields turned to spontaneous spoken (versus written) language data. The collection of Alan Cienki’s Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics considers what it means to apply different approaches from within this field to the dynamic, multimodal combination of speech and gesture. The lectures encompass such main paradigms as blending and...

Holography, Art, and Science

James D. Trolinger & Vladimir Markov

MesoOptics

Melissa Crenshaw

The Holography Business, Display Holography and Creative holographers

Ian Lancaster

Optical watermarking system by digital holography

Li-Chien Lin & Chiung-Liang Chen
We propose and analyze an optical watermarking system based on a digital holographic technique. This system constructs a digital holographic watermark by the modified Mach-Zehnder interferometric architecture, and watermark detection is implemented using an optically VanderLugt 4-f correlator with a weighting matched filter mask. The correlation signal at the output plane can be used to recognize whether there is an authorized mark pattern in the watermarked image. In addition, we examine the nonlinear effect of...

Nickel electroforming

T. Hart
Nickel electroforming is a manufacturing technique that is closely related to nickel electroplating, employing very similar technology. Both of these processes were invented and developed, in parallel, during the 1840s; so nickel electroforming is by no means new. Despite the fact that it has existed for over 160 years and has a host of wide ranging commercial applications, it remains a process that is not well recognised, even by experienced scientists, technologists or engineers. The...

Large format digital colour holograms

David Brotherton-Ratcliffe
RGB pulsed laser technology provides a natural way to circumvent the problems of vibration inherent in conventional CW holographic printer schemes. Using such technology we have been able to print 1-step dot-matrix digital holograms at speeds of up to 50 RGB colour pixels per second in relatively compact printer configurations. Typical hologram pixel sizes that have been employed are around 1 mm diameter. Both full parallax and single parallax digital reflection holograms have been generated...

Architectural Application and Maintenance for Art Holography

Setsuko Ishii
It has been 20 years since I began applying holograms to architectural spaces. Since then, a number of works, which are permanently installed in architectural spaces, have been created. However, some of my works had to be removed from their original places or moved to new places. This thesis is a report on three works that had to be moved from their original spaces to new ones. A change of location for works requires a...

Peer-assisted learning: What do students want from their peers?

Shane Costello & Karen L. Bell
Powerpoint slides (in PDF) from a paper presented at the Society for Teaching Psychology's preconference at SPSP in January 2017.This research was conducted by Karen Bell and myself at Monash University. The slides were constructed by myself.Recommended citation:Costello, S., & Bell, K. B. (2017). Peer-assisted learning: What do students want from their peers? [PowerPoint Slides]. Paper presented at the Society for Teaching Psychology preconference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology annual convention, San Antonio, TX....

HoloPov:

Kaveh Bazargan
In display holography, when the reconstruction wavelength or geometry differ from those of recording, the image is, in general, distorted and aberrated. These variations from the original object are hard to predict using the usual optical equations, which are best suited to imaging systems where the pupil of the system is known a priori. Here I describe the latest features of a computer program (HoloPov) developed to predict and to graphically display the distortions and...

Fabrication of color holographic optical elements using laser direct write lithography system

Sumio Nakahara & Takashi Tsuchitani

Additional file 2: of Invasive pneumococcal disease among adults in Japan, April 2013 to March 2015: disease characteristics and serotype distribution

, Bin Chang, Yoshinari Tanabe, Kengo Oshima, Takaya Maruyama, Hiroshi Watanabe, Koji Kuronuma, Kei Kasahara, Hiroaki Takeda, Junichiro Nishi, Jiro Fujita, Tetsuya Kubota, , & Kazunori Oishi
Distribution of the serotypes of causative pneumococcal isolates from patients with invasive pneumococcal diseases by age and immunocompromised status in four groups (n = 281); Group 1 (15-39y, nonimmunocompromised) n = 10 (A), Group 2 (40-64y, nonimmunocompromised) n = 48 (B), Group 3 (> = 65y, nonimmunocompromised) n = 116 (C), Group 4 (> = 15y immunocompromised) n = 107 (D). (PPTX 74 kb)

Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics - Lecture 2

Alan Cienki
Cognitive linguistics is purported to be a usage-based approach, yet only recently has research in some of its subfields turned to spontaneous spoken (versus written) language data. The collection of Alan Cienki’s Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics considers what it means to apply different approaches from within this field to the dynamic, multimodal combination of speech and gesture. The lectures encompass such main paradigms as blending and...

Facial topometry using pulsed holography

S. Hirsch, S. Frey, A. Thelen, N. Ladrière & P. Hering
Planning, simulation and documentation of interventions in maxillofacial surgery require high resolution soft tissue information of the human face. Topometric data may be gained with various methods (CT, optical, contact), and these all have their advantages and drawbacks. We developed a topometry system using pulsed holography to capture the surface of objects. In topometry it is necessary to avoid movement of the object during measurement. For static objects this is hardly of influence, however, movement...

Colour holography in optics courses at Lund Institute of Technology

Sven-Göran Pettersson
Several physics courses are given at Lund Institute of Technology. In the basic courses on ray and wave optics, holographyhas played an important role both in stimulating the students to curiously investigate the optical world and as an important visualisation of some obvious and interesting parts of the courses. To meet the need for basic laboratory experience, a holographic laboratory has been built based on three holographic tables. One large set-up is designed for making...

A holographic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II

Robert Munday
This paper seeks to provide an accurate account of the project to create a holographic portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Is perception getting slower as we get older?

Guillaume Rousselet
Talk given at the Glasgow Neuroscience Day18th January 2017
In this talk I will present simple tools to quantify visual neuronal processing speed in healthy adults, and how it differs among individuals and age groups. I will show examples using simplified pictures of faces and textures, EEG recordings, and relatively simple tasks, demonstrating that ageing, at least in a cross-sectional design involving 120 participants aged 18-81, is associated with a slowing-down of visual processing. This ageing...

Additional file 9: Figure S8, S9. of ChMob2 binds to ChCbk1 and promotes virulence and conidiation of the fungal pathogen Colletotrichum higginsianum

Johannes Schmidpeter, Marlis Dahl, & Christian Koch
Functions of ChMob1 and ChMob3. (PPTX 19266 kb)

Additional file 9: Figure S8. of EPCR promotes breast cancer progression by altering SPOCK1/testican 1-mediated 3D growth

, Carolina Zandueta, Susana Martínez-Canarias, Haritz Moreno, Silvestre Vicent, Ana Almeida, Elisabet Guruceaga, Roger Gomis, Marta Santisteban, Mikala Egeblad, José Hermida & Fernando Lecanda
Effects of the pharmacological EPCR blockade in the prometastatic activity of 1833 cells. A. Specificity of anti-EPCR antibodies, RCR252, and its F(ab´)2 fraction, by surface plasmon resonance (SPR). EPCR (500 RU) was immobilized through the anti-EPCR antibody RCR2 (that does not bind in the ligand-receptor domain) on a CM5 chip. The binding of 250 nM of RCR252 and its F(ab´)2 fraction to the EPCR were monitored. A representative experiment is shown. RU resonance units; s,...

Video 1. Movement of fluorescent, magnetic nanoparticles inside the crop of C. vomitoria. The nanoparticles are moving in response to a magnetic stir bar that was waved near the crop. The video was acquired using an Olympus IX81 confocal microscope. from Mouthpart conduit sizes of fluid-feeding insects determine the ability to feed from pores

Matthew S. Lehnert, Andrew Bennett, Kristen E. Reiter, Patrick D. Gerard, , Miranda Byler, Huan Yan &
The left graph shows insects in the prefed treatment and the right graph shows the unfed treatment. The graphs illustrate the nearly linear relationship between pore size radius ( for prefed insects. ;Forewing length (FWL) and food canal diameter (µm) measurements (mean±s.e.m.) of studied butterfly and fly species (n=5) with results of a paired t-test (P-values) comparing distal and proximal mouthparts measurements. ;Results of studied butterfly and fly species (n=5 per species), including percentage that...

Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics - Lecture 4

Alan Cienki
Cognitive linguistics is purported to be a usage-based approach, yet only recently has research in some of its subfields turned to spontaneous spoken (versus written) language data. The collection of Alan Cienki’s Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics considers what it means to apply different approaches from within this field to the dynamic, multimodal combination of speech and gesture. The lectures encompass such main paradigms as blending and...

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Twitter: A powerful tool to Improve Research Visibility and Impact

Nader Ale Ebrahim
There are statistically significant associations between higher citations for articles and the use of various social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, blogs and forums. Twitter is a microblogging tool and social media site created in 2006 that gives you a chance to share quick thoughts using not more than 140 characters in a post. It’s a great way to share your current research, publications and links to achieve maximum publicity. Twitter assist you to...

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