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In the early agrarian stages of civilization development, most of the needs were met within the boundaries of the household or local community. However, the development of urban settlements forced the emergence of collectively satisfying some needs (initially mainly sanitary and hygienic). Over time, thanks to the achievements of subsequent industr...
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RNA editing refers to non-transient RNA modifications that occur after transcription and prior to translation by the ribosomes. RNA editing is more widespread in cancer cells than in non-transformed cells and is associated with tumorigenesis of various cancer tissues. However, RNA editing can also generate neo-antigens that expose tumour cells to h...
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Volume 1: Spatio-Temporal Monitoring of Forests and Climate is aimed to describe the recent progress and developments of geospatial technologies (remote sensing and GIS) for assessing, monitoring and managing fragile Himalayan ecosystems and their sustainability under climate change. It is a collective research contribution from renowned researcher...
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Ce volumineux ouvrage, édité par Jean Schmitz, Abdel Wedoud Ould Cheikh et Cédric Jourde, illustre parfaitement la complexité des liens entre soufisme et salafisme au Sahel dans une perspective subalterniste. Tout au long des 413 pages et des quinze chapitres organisés en cinq parties, les auteur.e.s proposent une analyse de l'emprise que ces mouve...
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Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a three-dimensional optical imaging technique, frequently (but not exclusively) used for retinal imaging, that was first reported in the early 1990s. Since this time the technological development of OCT has been strongly influenced by its potential as a medical imaging technique. The first clinical prototype fo...
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We present a protocol for Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation and genome editing in wild allotetraploid rice Oryza alta. We detail steps to induce embryogenic calli from mature seeds and co-cultivate with Agrobacterium after infection. We further describe how to select transformed cells that proliferated from infected calli based on hygro...
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The text-guided diffusion model GLIDE (Guided Language to Image Diffusion for Generation and Editing) is the state of the art in text-to-image generative artificial intelligence (AI). GLIDE has rich representations, but medical applications of this model have not been systematically explored. If GLIDE had useful medical knowledge, it could be used...
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This essay examines vines and wine in the first century Levant, taking as a starting point the references to vine care and different qualities of wine in John 2.1-10, 15.1-8 and 19.28-29, although not directly commenting on them. It reflects on the importance of vines in this region, drawing on archaeology; on the intensive nature and centrality to...
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The article highlights the role of project methods in teaching students of the Institute of Journalism at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. It is presented and described festivals, clubs and projects organised at the Department of Publishing. The aim and tasks of these events are indicated, the results and findings are analysed, the role and place...
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Substantial overpotentials and insufficient and unstable active sites of oxygen evolution reaction (OER) electrocatalysts limit their efficiency and stability in OER‐related energy conversion and storage technologies. Here, we proposed a template editing strategy to graft highly active catalytic species onto highly conductive rigid frameworks to ta...
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In this paper, I allude the question whether a female's sexual autonomy can be undermined in the name of "essential religious practices". I have endevoured to examine the dichotomy between the female's right to sexual autonomy and her right to privacy with essential religious practice in the vantage point of the Supreme Court's in Sabrimala judgeme...
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The tremendous evolution of genome-editing tools in the last two decades has provided innovative and effective approaches for gene therapy of congenital and acquired diseases. Zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs), transcription activator- like effector nucleases (TALENs) and CRISPR-Cas9 have been already applied by ex vivo hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) gen...
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Carta Academica: Objectiver le débat sur l'apprentissage du néerlandais ? Non, peut-être ?! Tous les samedis, « Le Soir » publie la chronique d'un ou plusieurs membres de Carta Academica. Cette semaine : l'obligation d'apprendre le néerlandais dans les écoles francophones est-elle une bonne ou une mauvaise chose ? Chronique-Par Carta Academica* Pub...
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Deep neural networks have demonstrated great potential in solving dipole inversion for Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (QSM). However, the performances of most existing deep learning methods drastically degrade with mismatched sequence parameters such as acquisition orientation and spatial resolution. We propose an end-to-end AFfine Transformat...
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Edited by Guo Chen and Carlo Alberto Petruzzi, the book series “意大利语歌剧脚本字对字精准解析系列丛书” (Italian opera librettos with precise word by word explanations) is a perfect guide for opera singers, directors, conductors and repetiteurs. This manual is especially conceived for individuals not proficient in Italian. In addition to comprising the original text...
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Text-guided diffusion models have shown superior performance in image/video generation and editing. While few explorations have been performed in 3D scenarios. In this paper, we discuss three fundamental and interesting problems on this topic. First, we equip text-guided diffusion models to achieve \textbf{3D-consistent generation}. Specifically, w...
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Trichophyton rubrum is the most prevalent causative agent responsible for 80–90% of all known superficial fungal infections in humans, worldwide. Limited available methods for genetic manipulations have been one of the major bottlenecks in understanding relevant molecular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis in T. rubrum. Here, a dual-plasmid-based C...
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The paper presents the former etymologies of the heterosemantic cognates Lith. valanda and La. valoda with a special focus on their relation and origin from the motion verbs described by Edīte Hauzenberga-Šturma. On the basis of the old writings and corpora we provide additional arguments to show that both time and language can be conceptualized as...
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CO2 emissions have been identified as the main driver for climate change, with devastating consequences for the global natural environment. The steel industry is responsible for ~7–11% of global CO2 emissions, due to high fossil-fuel and energy consumption. The onus is therefore on industry to remedy the environmental damage caused and to decarboni...
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We consider the Trivially Perfect Editing problem, where one is given an undirected graph $$G = (V,E)$$ and a parameter $$k \in {\mathbb {N}}$$ and seeks to edit (add or delete) at most k edges from G to obtain a trivially perfect graph. The related Trivially Perfect Completion and Trivially Perfect Deletion problems are obtained by only allowing e...
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This volume continues the task of publishing contents of the sketchbooks of Norman Foster that are kept in the archive of his foundation. This book, Volume II, encompasses the period 1981-1985, a total of 210 sketchbooks. It starts exactly where Volume I left off, with Foster Associates fully devoted to the Hong Kong bank: a project that would take...
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In order to know the function of C18:2 and C18:3 fatty acids in the cold growth of the psychrotrophic yeast M. bicuspidata var. australis W7-5, the mutant 1 without C18:2 fatty acid and the mutant 2 without C18:3 fatty acids were obtained. Only the trace amount of C18:2 fatty acid in the mutant 1 occurred while no C18:3 fatty acid in the mutant 2 w...
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The last paper entitled “Dynamic Symmetry in Dozy-Chaos Mechanics”, by Vladimir V. Egorov presents all kinds of dynamic symmetries in dozy-chaos (quantum-classical) mechanics by taking into account the chaotic dynamics of the joint electron-nuclear motion in the transient state of molecular “quantum” transitions. The reason for the emergence of cha...
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Edited by Prof. Karsten Knobloch and Prof. Tomáš Nedělka, the reference book offers the first comprehensive overview of one of the newest and at the same time most fascinating areas of application of extracorporeal shock wave therapy: the treatment of neurological conditions. The publication covers a wide range of topics and indications – from per...
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With the rapid development of GAN (generative adversarial network), recent years have witnessed an increasing number of tasks on reference-guided facial attributes transfer. Most state-of-the-art methods consist of facial information extraction, latent space disentanglement, and target attribute manipulation. However, they either adopt reference-gu...
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Large sequence to sequence models for tasks such as Neural Machine Translation (NMT) are usually trained over hundreds of millions of samples. However, training is just the origin of a model's life-cycle. Real-world deployments of models require further behavioral adaptations as new requirements emerge or shortcomings become known. Typically, in th...
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Background: The pandemic of the new coronavirus COVID-19 has affected all aspects of modern society. The higher medical education is no exception here. The borders closure by many countries has created a situation where the education in another country became possible only in a virtual format. The way the quality of education was affected will beco...
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Few-shot image generation is a challenging task since it aims to generate diverse new images for an unseen category with only a few images. Existing methods suffer from the trade-off between the quality and diversity of generated images. To tackle this problem, we propose Hyperbolic Attribute Editing (HAE), a simple yet effective method. Unlike oth...
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This is a chapter from the following book: An Inquiry into the Fairness and Integrity of Elections in India, 2022. Edited by M.G. Devasahayam, Publ: Paranjoy, (p 73-192)
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Published in: An Inquiry into the Fairness and Integrity of Elections in India, 2022. Edited by M.G. Devasahayam, Publ: Paranjoy. (p 193-212)
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Published in In Quest Of The Historian's Craft: Essays in Honour of Professor B. B. Chaudhuri; Part II: The Polity, Society And Culture Edited by Arun Bandyopadhyay & Sanjukta Das Gupta
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The success of Deep Generative Models at high-resolution image generation has led to their extensive utilization for style editing of real images. Most existing methods work on the principle of inverting real images onto their latent space, followed by determining controllable directions. Both inversion of real images and determination of controlla...
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Careful prompt design is critical to the use of large language models in zero-shot or few-shot learning. As a consequence, there is a growing interest in automated methods to design optimal prompts. In this work, we propose Test-time Prompt Editing using Reinforcement learning (TEMPERA). In contrast to prior prompt generation methods, TEMPERA can e...
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Large pre-trained models decay over long-term deployment as input distributions shift, user requirements change, or crucial knowledge gaps are discovered. Recently, model editors have been proposed to modify a model's behavior by adjusting its weights during deployment. However, when editing the same model multiple times, these approaches quickly d...
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Critique du magnifique Ludwig Binswanger, Aby Warburg, La guérison infinie, édité par Davide Stimilli, postface de Chantal Marazia, traduction de l’allemand par Maël Renouard, de l’italien par Martin Rueff, Paris, 2011.
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Segalerba, G., The New Citizenship: Seyla Benhabib’s “The Right to Have Rights”, in: «Writing in Times of Displacement. The Existential and Other Discourses», Edited By Mbuh Tennu Meera Chakravorty and John Clammer, Routledge India, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England, UK, 2022, pp. 129–148. DOI: 10.4324/9781003333234-10. I can send the tex...
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Stem cell therapy has been shown to improve stroke outcomes in animal models and is currently advancing towards clinical practice. However, uncertainty remains regarding the optimal route for cell delivery to the injured brain. Local intracerebral injections are effective in precisely delivering cells into the stroke cavity but carry the risk of da...
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Recent text-guided diffusion models provide powerful image generation capabilities. Currently, a massive effort is given to enable the modification of these images using text only as means to offer intuitive and versatile editing. To edit a real image using these state-of-the-art tools, one must first invert the image with a meaningful text prompt...
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The vision community has explored numerous pose guided human editing methods due to their extensive practical applications. Most of these methods still use an image-to-image formulation in which a single image is given as input to produce an edited image as output. However, the problem is ill-defined in cases when the target pose is significantly d...
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Introdução: Revisão de literatura acerca dos conceitos de autor, contribuição de autor, ordem de autoria e posição no byline do artigo. Objetivo: Identificar na literatura padrões relativos à atribuição de autoria, bem como as diversos papeis dos autores. Metodologia: O procedimento metodológico envolveu revisão bibliográfica na base de dados PubMe...
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Type-B response regulator proteins in rice contain a conserved receiver domain, followed by a GARP DNA binding domain and a longer C-terminus. Some type-B response regulators such as RR21, RR22 and RR23 are involved in the development of rice leaf, root, flower and trichome. In this study, to evaluate the application potential of type-B response re...
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The reliability of buildings and engineering structures depends on the stability of the foundations on which they are built, especially when slopes and slopes that are subject to loss of stability are used as foundations. At the same time, landslides and collapses for all types of buildings, industrial facilities and roads pose a serious danger. In...
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Der Beitrag versucht eine kontrastive areallinguistische Annähe- rung an das Thema Familiennamen vorzunehmen. Die dabei gewählte Methode ist vergleichbar mit der von Sprachatlanten. Durch Visualisierung geografischer Verteilungen von Familiennamen in Österreich soll eine bes- sere Etymologisierung erreicht werden. Zukunftsweisende Möglichkeiten, ab...
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The availability of large-scale, realistic vulnerability datasets is essential for both benchmarking existing techniques and developing effective new ones, especially those using data-driven (e.g., machine/deep-learning based) approaches, for software security. Yet such datasets are critically lacking. A promising solution is to generate such datas...
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Although real-image emotion recognition has been developed in several studies, an acceptable accuracy level has not been achieved in portrait drawings. This paper proposes a portrait emotion recognition framework based on independent component analysis (ICA) and latent codes to overcome the performance degradation problem in drawings. This framewor...
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This collection presents 12 actual reconciliation efforts taking place in Canada by local people in their circles of influence. Six authors are Indigenous; six are not. Contributors include a University President, a College President, an adult high school teacher, a Jesuit Priest, an urban reserve expert Professor, a Grand Chief, a senior police of...
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Essay review of the Collection The ‘Sphaera’ of Johannes de Sacrobosco in the Early Modern Period: The Authors of the Commentaries
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English is accepted as an academic language in the world. This necessitates the use of English in their academic studies for speakers of other languages. Even when these researchers are competent in the use of the English language, some mistakes may occur while writing an academic article. To solve this problem, academicians tend to use automatic t...
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We present a log editing workflow that uses outlier detection to correct problems with well log curve data. This workflow includes data analysis, outlier detection to identify bad or poor-quality data, synthetic curve generation, and reconstruction of the corrected curves. The dataset contain eight wells from the Amberjack Field, located offshore i...
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Resenha de: PORTELA, Manuel. Literary Simulation and the Digital Humanities: Reading, Editing, Writing. New York: Bloomsbury, 2022.
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India's aged population is growing and is expected to reach 158.7 million in the year 2025. Having 48 lakh of people with the age of 60 and above, Kerala is the state with the fastest-growing elderly group in India. Among the aged population in Kerala, women outnumbered men and majority among them are widows. The escalating aging population increas...
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Edited by Emiliano Bosio and Yusef Waghid, this book includes contributions penned by Wiel Veugelers, N’Dri T. Assié-Lumumba, Greg William Misiaszek, Charlene van der Walt, Judith Terblanche, Manisha Pathak-Shelat, Kiran Vinod Bhatia, Liezel Frick, Zayd Waghid, Simon Eten Angyagre, Naima Al-Husban, Syed Nitas Iftekhar, Joel Jonathan Kayombo, Mjege...
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Sickle cell disease and β-thalassemia affect the production of the adult β-hemoglobin chain. The clinical severity is lessened by mutations that cause fetal γ-globin expression in adult life (i.e., the hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin). Mutations clustering ~200 nucleotides upstream of the HBG transcriptional start sites either reduce bin...
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Spatial design and planning professions and disciplines, among them Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Planning, have a long history of being aligned with or instrumental to systems of hegemonial power. Various authors have critiqued these entanglements and complicities from a range of ideological and disciplinary positions. These critiques,...
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Purely data-driven deep neural networks (DNNs) applied to physical engineering systems can infer relations that violate physics laws, thus leading to unexpected consequences. To address this challenge, we propose a physics-model-based DNN framework, called Phy-Taylor, that accelerates learning compliant representations with physical knowledge. The...
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This book discusses a rich variety of voices from the margins and experiences of living in the postmillennial globalised world represented in selected novels by Irish-Canadian, British, American, Serbian, Australian, Iraqi and Māori authors. Contributions focus on illustrative examples of the contemporary novel that reflects acute awareness of glob...
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Editing and retouching facial attributes is a complex task that usually requires human artists to obtain photo-realistic results. Its applications are numerous and can be found in several contexts such as cosmetics or digital media retouching, to name a few. Recently, advancements in conditional generative modeling have shown astonishing results at...
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The International Raiffeisen Year was celebrated in 2018. More than 22 million people in Germany are members of a cooperative, and there are more than 900,000 cooperatives worldwide. They create more than 100 million jobs. Today, they are a driving force for economic and social development, above all on a regional level [Böhnke 2018]. The scientifi...
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In this concise commentary we introduce readers to the concepts and principles of "Base editing" and "Prime editing"-two very important methodologies that nearly revolutionized the field of Genome Editing over the past few years.
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Model-driven software engineering (MDSE) as well as software product line engineering (SPLE) achieve productivity gains by raising the level of abstraction and fostering organized reuse. Consequently, the integrating discipline model-driven software product line engineering (MDSPLE) aims at combining the best of both worlds by creating multi-varian...
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Jumbo phages such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa ФKZ have potential as antimicrobials and as a model for uncovering basic phage biology. Both pursuits are currently limited by a lack of genetic engineering tools due to a proteinaceous ‘phage nucleus’ structure that protects from DNA-targeting CRISPR–Cas tools. To provide reverse-genetics tools for DNA j...
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Introduction: Schizophrenia is a disease process that affects perceptions, emotions, social behaviour and the ability to accept reality correctly. Caregivers with schizophrenia often feel anxious. This study aims to determine the description of anxiety in family caregivers of schizophrenia patients. Methods: This research is quantitative research w...
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Several contributions in the book Smartphones as Mobile Minilabs in Physics Edited Volume Featuring more than 70 Examples from 10 Years The Physics Teacher-column iPhysicsLabs Jochen Kuhn Patrik Vogt Editors
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The methodology for analyzing the structure of a web resource using an object model, which is based on the description of the page in HTML and using style sheets, has been proposed. The object of research is a web resource page, the model of which is depicted as a DOM tree. Data on the structural elements of the tree are supplemented with informati...
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Human beings have had a long, deep, cultural relationship with their trees, their woodlands and their landscapes-a relationship that transcends national cultures and which arguably sits as an equal alongside our scientific, economic, ecological and even our spiritual relationships. Although the 21 st century is very much the urban century, this rel...
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As the title suggests, Science Fiction in Translation (2021) explores the afterlife of several Science Fiction works in Translation from non-Anglophone to Anglophone and vice versa. Edited by Ian Campbell, a well-known scholar in the field of Arabic science fiction, the volume highlights the role of translation in influencing the global popularity...
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The article discusses and evaluates ‘social innovation’ projects (SIPs) in/for local governments and communities, that have been undertaken by the government, civil society organizations (CSOs), international donors such as UNDP/UNV ‘Social Innovation and Volunteerism in Uzbekistan’ Project with development assistance of UNDP and Partnership for In...