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  • This data set consists of 3D scanned aggregate surface mesh files (.stl) arranged according to a particle size distribution curve. Aggregates were scanned using a 3D structured light scanner by placing the aggregates on a wooden turntable and obtaining sufficient number of scans using the 3D scanner by slowly rotating the turntable.
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  • Scorpion stained with iodine for visualization of soft tissues.
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  • We present new geochronological, whole-rock geochemical data, and zircon Hf isotopic data from middle Permian to Middle Jurassic igneous rocks that occur near the Changchun-Yanji Suture in the area of Jilin city. These new data can (1) constrain the timing of magmatism and elucidate the spatio-temporal distribution of magmatism; (2) characterize the petrogenesis of the igneous rocks and their possible sources; and (3) provide new insights into the tectonic setting during magmatism. Together with geological evidence from this area allow us to better understand the transition in the tectonic regime during the Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic. Based on zircon U–Pb ages and geochemical data, the following conclusions are drawn. 1. Middle Permian to Middle Jurassic igneous rocks in the area of Jilin were emplaced during four major phases, at ca. 261 Ma, 253–244 Ma, 183–175 Ma, and 173–164 Ma. 2. The earliest phase of magmatism, at ca. 261 Ma, was generated in an active continental margin by partial melting of juvenile mafic lower crustal material. Magmatism at 253–244 Ma was generated in a continental arc environment by partial melting of juvenile mafic subducted oceanic crust. At 183–175 Ma, monzogranitic and dioritic magmas were generated in a continental arc environment via melting of juvenile lower continental crust and mixing of basaltic magma with crustal melt, respectively. The final stage of magmatism, at 173–164 Ma, formed in an active continental margin, generated by melting of juvenile lower continental crust. 3. Integrated evidence suggests that the closure of the Paleo-Asian Ocean could occur at 244–227 Ma, whereas the timing of tectonic regime transition from the influence of Paleo-Asian Ocean subduction to the subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Ocean occurred between Late Triassic and Early Jurassic (223–185 Ma). 4. The Changchun-Yanji Suture experienced multiple tectonic mode switches from Late Paleozoic to Mesozoic, and was controlled by subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Ocean since Early Jurassic.
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  • This dataset contains source code for the submitted paper "Measuring positive public transit accessibility using multi-source transit data" prepared for Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems. Readers can download the zip file and unzip it to access the code. It include a README text file that briefly describes four individual projects we have developed for the study.
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  • This dataset contains significant data analysis products related to a manuscript entitled, “A Multiannual Record of Gravity Wave Activity in Mars's Lower Atmosphere from the Mars Climate Sounder,” which was published as: Heavens, N.G., D.M. Kass, A. Kleinböhl, and J.T. Schofield, 2020, A Multiannual Record of Gravity Wave Activity in Mars's Lower Atmosphere from On-Planet Observations by the Mars Climate Sounder, Icarus, 341, 113630, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113630. These fall into three broad categories: diagnoses of detrended brightness temperature variance at 635-665 cm-1 in individual views in the nadir or off-nadir by Mars Climate Sounder on board Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter; averages and other statistics of those diagnoses in space and time; and estimated gravity wave visibility functions for nadir, off-nadir, and nadir views with baselines like off-nadir views. This document presumes the manuscript is available to the dataset user. See MCS_A3_GW_Analysis_Dataset_Documentation.pdf for more detailed documentation.
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  • SPSS Dataset
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  • This file contains retrospective data collected from a single centre. Patients with a diagnosis of Rasmussen's encephalitis were included if they fulfilled the European consensus criteria (2005, Bien et al). Clinical data included age at onset, presentation, seizure characteristics, treatment details and Engel Score outcome. MRI data was generated by visual assessment of MRI characteristics. The research questions were: 1) Does macroscopic extent of radiological pathology and expedited Radiological Stage progression associate with a younger age at onset? 2) Are specific patterns of preferential sparing or involvement present within the hemisphere? 3) If present, Is there a pathophysiological link between anatomical patterns and the age peculiarities ?
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  • The Baybayin or “Alibata” became existing around year 1200’s. Baybayin was also approved in the house of congress in the Philippines to be a national writing system of the Philippines with a House bill No. of 1022. The extinct symbols are classified as syllabaries in the study of writing systems. The Philippine syllabaries have 17 signs representing 14 consonants which composed of ba, da, ka, ga, la, ha, ma, nga, na, sa, pa, wa, ya, ta, and 3 standalone vowels composes of a, i, and u at some late point the Mangyan’s added ra. The dataset contains 36,000 handwritten baybayin symbols data set.
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  • In this study, the open-source Hypersonics Task-based Research (HTR) solver for hypersonic aerothermodynamics is described. The physical formulation of the code includes thermochemical effects induced by high temperatures (vibrational excitation and chemical dissociation). The HTR solver uses high-order TENO-based spatial discretization on structured grids and efficient time integrators for stiff systems, is highly scalable in GPU-based supercomputers as a result of its implementation in the Regent/Legion stack, and is designed for direct numerical simulations of canonical hypersonic flows at high Reynolds numbers. The performance of the HTR solver is tested with benchmark cases including inviscid vortex advection, low- and high-speed laminar boundary layers, inviscid one-dimensional compressible flows in shock tubes, supersonic turbulent channel flows, and hypersonic transitional boundary layers of both calorically perfect gases and dissociating air.
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  • Recently a non-empirical stochastic walker algorithm has been developed to search for the minimum-energy escape paths from the minima of the potential surface (Akashi and Nagornov, 2018; Nagornov and Akashi, 2019). This method is based on the Master equation for the distribution function of the atomic configuration which has a nature to seek the reaction path up along the valley of the potential surface. This paper introduces AtomREM (Atomistic Rare Event Manager), which is an MPI parallelized solver program package for executing this method, which yields reaction pathways in terms of the microscopic evolution of atomic positions. It is open-source and released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). A feature AtomREM interfaces with the LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics Simulator as a library of versatile potential functions for application to various systems. Examples of the applications to molecular and solid systems are presented.
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