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    • Autologous T cell Therapy for Cytomegalovirus as a Consolidative Treatment for Recurrent Glioblastoma 

      Alexander, Hamish; Beagley, Leone; Crough, Tania; Dasari, Vijayendra; G. Walker, David; Jones, Linda; Khanna, Rajiv; Klein, Kerenaftali; M. Boyle, Glen; Matthews, Katherine; Rehan, Sweera; Schuessler, Andrea; Smalley, Amy; Smith, Corey (Cancer Research, 2014)
      Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is one of the most aggressive human brain malignancies. Even with optimal treatment, median survival is less than 6 months for patients with recurrent GBM. Immune-based therapies have the ...
    • Automata for the People: Machine Noise and Attention 

      Ellison, David (Cultural Studies Review, 2012)
      This article examines the production and reception of incidental machine noise, specifically the variably registered sounds emanating from automata in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The argument proposed here is ...
    • An automated activity monitoring system for rehabilitation 

      Casey, Leanne; Green, Heather; James, Daniel; Laakso, Liisa; Leadbetter, Raymond; McCarthy, Mitchell; Morris, Norman; Muthukkumarasamy, Vallipuram; Ride, Jason; Rowlands, David; Usher, Wayne (Procedia Engineering, 2013)
      Time lost due to injury or illness requiring rehabilitation is a major problem. Activity is an important part of rehabilitation, however compliance and adherence can be challenging. This paper addresses this issue by ...
    • Automated cDNA microarray image segmentation 

      Liew, Alan Wee-Chung; Yan, Hong (International Symposium on Computational Models for Life Sciences, 2007)
      cDNA microarray technology enables whole genome study of gene expressions by measuring the differential expression of genes in microarray images. An important first step in analyzing microarray image is the accurate ...
    • Automated Chinese Essay Scoring from Topic Perspective Using Regularized Latent Semantic Indexing 

      Hao, Shudong; Ke, Dengfeng; Peng, Hengli; Su, Kaile; Xu, Yanyan (ICPR 2014, 2014)
      Finding out an effective way to score Chinese written essays automatically remains challenging for researchers. Several methods have been proposed and developed but limited in the character and word usage levels. As one ...
    • Automated classification of dopaminergic neurons in the rodent brain 

      Alavi, Azadeh; Blumenstein, Michael; Cavanagh, Brenton; Mackay-Sim, Alan; Meedeniya, Adrian; Tuxworth, Gervase (IJCNN 2009 - International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2009)
      Accurate morphological characterization of the multiple neuronal classes of the brain would facilitate the elucidation of brain function and the functional changes that underlie neurological disorders such as Parkinson's ...
    • Automated ECG diagnostic P-wave analysis using wavelets 

      Cutmore, Timothy; Diery, Adrian; James, Daniel; Rowlands, David (Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2011)
      P-wave characteristics in the human ECG are an important source of information in the diagnosis of atrial conduction pathology. However, diagnosis by visual inspection is a difficult task since the P-wave is relatively ...
    • Automated eye tracking system calibration using artificial neural networks 

      Coughlin, Michael; Cutmore, Timothy; Hine, Trevor (Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2004)
      The electro-oculogram (EOG) continues to be widely used to record eye movements especially in clinical settings. However, an efficient and accurate means of converting these recordings into eye position is lacking. An ...
    • Automated Face Pose Estimation Using Elastic Energy Models 

      Gao, Yongsheng; Zhao, Sanqiang (The 18th International Conference of Pattern Recognition (ICPR), 2006)
      Face pose estimation forms an important part in a face recognition system. However, fully automated and accurate pose determination still remains an unsolved problem in the research community. In this paper, we propose ...
    • An Automated Failure Mode and Effect Analysis based on High-Level Design Specification with Behavior Trees 

      Grunske, Lars; Lindsay, Peter; Winter, Kirsten; Yatapanage, Nisansala (IFM 2005:5th International Conference on Integrated Formal Methods, 2005)
      Formal methods have significant benefits for developing safety critical systems, in that they allow for correctness proofs, model checking safety and liveness properties, deadlock checking, etc. However, formal methods do ...
    • Automated inertial feedback for half-pipe snowboard competition and the community perception 

      Harding, Jason; James, Daniel; Lindh, A.; Mackintosh, C.; Martin, D.; Toohey, Kristine (Asia Pacific Conference on Sport Technology, 2007)
    • Automated Inertial Feedback for Half-Pipe Snowboard Competition and the Community Perception 

      Harding, Jason; James, Daniel; Lindh, A.; Mackintosh, C.; Martin, D.; Toohey, Kristine (The Impact of Technology on Sport II, 2008)
    • Automated petrography applications in Quaternary Science 

      Gottlieb, Paul; Haberlah, David; K. Rollinson, Gavin; P.W.S.K. Botha, Pieter; Pirrie, Duncan; R. Butcher, Alan; Strong, Craig (Quarternary Australasia, 2011)
      Automated petrography analysis integrates scanning electron microscopy and energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (SEM-EDS) hardware with expert software to generate micron-scale compositional maps of rocks and sediments. ...
    • Automated quantitative volumetric breast ultrasound data-acquisition system 

      Duck, F.; Goddard, D.; Halliwell, M.; Hillman, M.; Jones, Michael; Shipley, J.; Thomas, B. (Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, 2005)
      This paper describes the development and initial testing of an automated ultrasound imaging technique to acquire quantitative volumetric breast data; the clinical application being breast cancer diagnosis and management. ...
    • Automated runtime recovery for QoS-based service composition 

      Andre, Etienne; Chen, Manman; Dong, Jin Song; Liu, Yang; Sun, Jun; Tan, Tian Huat (WWW 2014, 2014)
    • Automated scoring for elite half-pipe snowboard competition: important sporting development or techno distraction? 

      Hahn, Allan Geoffrey; Harding, Jason; James, Daniel; Mackintosh, Colin Gordon; Martin, David Thomas (Sports Technology, 2008)
      We previously reported a strong relationship between video-based objective data (air time and degree of rotation) and subjectively-judged scores awarded during elite half-pipe snowboard competitions. Advancements in ...
    • Automated Solution Selection in Multi-objective Optimisation 

      Ireland, David; Lewis, Andrew (2008 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, 2008)
      This paper proposes an approach to the solution of multi-objective optimisation problems that delivers a single, preferred solution. A conventional, population-based, multiobjective optimisation method is used to provide ...
    • An automated submicron beam profiler for characterization of high numerical aperture optics 

      Chapman, Justin; Kielpinski, David; Norton, Ben; Streed, Erik (Review of Scientific Instruments, 2008)
    • Automated Switching Mechanism for Multi-standard RFID Transponder 

      Kum, Khaw Mei; Mohd-Yasin, Faisal; Ting, Teh Kim (2012 IEEE International Conference on Semiconductor Electronics (ICSE), 2012)
      This paper presents an automated switching mechanism for a multi-standard modulator operating at high frequency (13.56 MHz) passive Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) transponder. The design adheres to the automatic ...
    • Automated versus manual blood pressure measurement: A randomized crossover trial 

      Heinemann, Megan; McGrail, Matthew; Reynolds, Pam; Rickard, Claire; Sellick, Ken (International Journal of Nursing Practice, 2008)
      This study evaluated the accuracy and reliability of the Dinamap 8100 automated blood pressure machine against three internationally recognized criteria. Systolic and diastolic blood pressures were taken concurrently by ...