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I'm trying to simulate some graphene nanoribbons to determine their electron mobility. I use DFTB+ for simulation software. With this software I can plot transmission in regards of the energy and the DOS in regards of the energy too.
I've understand that conductivity (or resistance, conductance resistivity) as well as the charge carriers density can be obtained with the DOS and or the transmission. Do you know the relation between them ?
I am a beginner in urban traffic simulation.
I searched on the internet about traffic simulators in days ago.
I am familiar to Matlab and I found that Matlab can be used in VANET simulations.
Also, Sumo can be used in the Simulation of Urban Mobility.
SUMO is popular and it uses the TraCI (Traffic Control Interface) for controlling traffic.
SUMO can be coupled to the other networks such as OMNET++ and even Matlab.
While it is possible to simulate VANET with just using Matlab, so when we use SUMO for urban traffic simulation?
What is the difference between using Matlab or SUMO(with TraCI) in urban traffic control algorithms?
Hello guys ,
I am doing EMSA , and I need to design probes , I have the oligo sequence that is expected to be the binding site for the transcription factor.
However , I don't know what is the length I should order , the binding site is only 8 nucleotides, so should I order only that 8 nucleotides or should I include more ?
Second , should I order sense and antisense for the same nucleotides of interest or only sense strand ?
Thank you in advance.
Hi everyone, I'm working on a transcription factor which binds as a dimer its target DNA, composed by two palindromic half-sites (5'-TTGGCnnnnnGCCAA-3'). Talking about Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assay, I was wondering if I should consider the concentration of the dimer or the one of the monomer. I'll explain myself better: I use the relative concentration with respect to the DNA probe (20nM) to express the concentrations of the protein serial dilutions, so that in my lanes I will have 1x (20nM of protein), 2x (40nM) and so on and so forth. Do you think it is more appropriate to consider the ratio between DNA concentration and monomer concentration or the one between DNA concentration and dimer concentration? Maybe it's a naive question but I wanted to know your opinion.
Thank you all,
Existing transport and mobility restrictions are: reduced public transport services (number of buses, metro), reduced capacity (number of passengers) by social distancing inside the public transport vehicles, deactivate public transport services or shared mobility modes like city bike (bike sharing), carsharing, deactivate buses, trains, flights between cities and countries, car-traffic ban between cities and countries, etc.
- How "transport and mobility restrictions during the Pandemic and COVID-19 period" impact on travel and mobility behavior (habit) of elderly people and persons with disabilities? considering the concerns to be infected in public transport vehicles or shared mobility modes.
- These (probable) travel behavior changes will continue after the Pandemic? or they will return back o their normal travel behavior/habits?
#COVID-19 #elderly #older #seniors #person_with_disability #disability #mobility #travel_behaviour
It is not uncommon to move from one place to the other as fa as working institutions is concerned. This could occurs due to many factors. Someone worked for three years at MIT, and at Harvard University currently. His/her affiliation is Harvard University at present.
If he/she want to publish a research work done at previous work institution (MIT), which institution is used as affiliation for the researchers to be written in title page of the research work? The current or previous institution?
Thank you in advance!
Hello, I am fine with the decision to discontinue Projects as I don't actively use them as intended. However, most of my shared research (published papers, technical reports, presentations) are associated with a Project. Will that content be deleted when Projects are discontinued? Will I have to re-upload it all? Thank you,
p.s. thank you for allowing us to share research via your platform - many students, NGO staff, and collaborators in developing countries do not have access to scientific journals, so it's wonderful for them to be able to request copies of papers directly from the authors.
Did anyone do a survey on:
how many passengers with restricted mobility and with disabilities (particularly persons in wheelchairs) really use the rail infrastructure, which is designed according to the PRM TSI?
I am particularly interested in the experience in countries that have rail infrastructure in line with PRM TSI requirements.
Thank you in advance for your experiences.
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I am studying at the minimum number of shared autonomous vehicles would need to meet all traffic demand of motor vehicles needs for a city, and considering the impact of joining rail transit to further optimize fleet size. I plan to cite the paper titled "Addressing the minimum fleet problem in on-demand urban mobility" in my paper, and compare the method of solving the minimum fleet size in this paper with my research method, so as to prove whether my research is effective. Therefore, I would like to ask if you have the source code for this article. If so, please contact me at Chengminghui@zjnu.edu.cn. Thank you very much!
With the increasing number of push and electric powered bicyclists and the increased uptake in micro-mobility devices such as electric scooters there is a need on many corridor for either a third speed corridor (for those doing 15 to 30km/h) or the operating speeds on the roadway or footpath/sidewalks need to lowered through speeds limits.
Q1 Has anyone had experience with setting footpath/sidewalk speed limits?
Q2 Is there any experience dropping speed limits to 30km/h on roads because of micro-mobility demands? - in conjunction often with bicycle boulevards
Q3 What changes need to be made to footpaths to make them micro-mobility/bicycle friendly (e.g. around heights of fencing etc)?
Q4 Has anyone come up with a suitable name for this third lane? Also possibly changing the name of footpaths - other than shared paths!