This dataset consists of 2702 audio files (Mono, 16 kHz, 32-bit float in *.wav format) classified as Vietnamese questions. The dataset is useful for various Vietnamese question / intention detection research and development activities.
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Neutron spectrum for PuBe source 54/02-107-6228 at IFIN-HH, Romania
Full neutron spectrum, neutron spectrum in coincidence with the 4.4 MeV gamma ray, neutron spectrum to the ground state without gamma coincidence
Smoothed once using algorithm 353QH
P.-A. Söderström, Characterization of a plutonium-beryllium neutron source, Appl. Radiat. Isot., submitted
Contributors:Ahmed Khairadeen Ai, One Jae Lee, Song Hayub
iVR is a progress monitoring tool in near real-time using Digital Twin. it integrate extended reality with 3D laser scanners to exchange data between construction jobsite and construction office. the gap between office and site is reduced by utilizing the power of visual programming in tranferring and visualizing data in high quality and fast rate. the Virtual reality, Augmented reality and BIM technologies are used to make the virtual reality as close as possible to construction job site for Quality Assurance.
Contributors:Thamis Fernandes Santana, Rebeca Hannah Oliveira, Ludmila Evangelista dos Santos, Eunice Paloma Nascimento Lima, sylvia faria, Marcos Augusto Moutinho Fonseca, Jaqueline da Silva, José Carlos Tatmatsu-Rocha, Marília Forte Gomes, Mário Fabricio Fleury Rosa, Suelia Siqueira Rodrigues Fleury Rosa, Marcella Carneiro
Raw data used in the article "Physical and chemical properties of natural latex biomembranes associated with phototherapy designed for healing diabetic foot ulcers".
We performed physical and chemical tests to evaluate the membranes: Tensile Strength Test, Thermogravimetric Analysis, Wettability Assay and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy.
For analyzing data in the VOS viewer, we used ISI, PubMed, and Scopus as a database.
Data were obtained from the Web of Science (WOS), PubMed, and Scopus on March 02, 2020, and updated on March 10. to analyzed in VOS viewer software.
The keywords were divided into three clusters: Generally, the lesser the distance between two key-terms, the greater the number of co-occurrences of the terms. The larger circle represents the more frequent keyword
Threat assessments continue to conclude that terrorist groups and individuals as well as those wanting to cause harm to society have the ambition and increasing means to acquire unconventional weapons such as improvised nuclear explosive devices and radiological disposal devices. Such assessments are given credence by public statements of intent by such groups/persons, by reports of attempts to acquire radioactive material, and by law enforcement actions which have interdicted, apprehended or prevented attempts to acquire such material. As a mechanism through which to identify radioactive materials being transported on an individual’s person, this work sought to develop a detection system than is of lower-cost, reduced form-factor and more covert than existing infrastructure, while maintaining adequate sensitivity and being retrofittable into an industry standard and widely utilised Gunnebo Speed Gate system. The system developed comprised an array of six off-set Geiger-Muller detectors positioned around the gate, alongside a single scintillator detector for spectroscopy – triggered by the systems inbuilt existing IR proximity sensor. This configuration served to not only reduce the cost for such a system but also allowed for source localisation and identification to be performed. Utilising the current setup, it was possible to detect a 1 µSv/hr source carried into the Speed Gate on all of instances, alongside locating and spectrally analyzing the material.
Contributors:Shaon Basu, Sebastian Mackowiak, Henri Niskanen, Dora Knezevic, Vahid Asimi, Denes Hnisz
These are companion data to the paper "Unblending of transcriptional condensates in human repeat expansion disease" at CELL 2020, May 7, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2020.04.018
Shaon Basu, Sebastian D. Mackowiak, Henri Niskanen, Dora Knezevic , Vahid Asimi,
Stefanie Grosswendt, Hylkje Geertsema, Salaheddine Ali, Ivana Jerković, Helge Ewers,
Stefan Mundlos, Alexander Meissner, Daniel M. Ibrahim, Denes Hnisz
It includes raw data, microscopy images, computational datasets to generate the figures in the study.
Programming code is available at https://github.com/hniszlab/hoxd13
GEO data is available GSE128818