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More comprehensive forensic genetic marker analyses for accurate human remains identification using massively parallel DNA sequencing
This paper uses massively parallel sequencing (MPS) to characterize 140-year-old human skeletal remains discovered at a historical site in Deadwood, South Dakota, United States.
Unconventional height functions in simultaneous Diophantine approximation
This article discusses three examples of nonstandard height functions, computing their exponents of irrationality as well as giving more precise results.
Further Numerical Analyses on the Solubility of Sulfapyridine in Ethanol + Water Mixtures
This article aims to correlate the solubility of sulfapyridine and sulfadiazine in ethanol + water mixtures by means of the Jouyban-Acree model, and to evaluate the preferential solvation of sulfapyridine in these mixtures by using the inverse Kirkwood-Buff integrals.
Is Exposure to Macondo Oil Reflected in the Otolith Chemistry of Marsh-Resident Fish?
This article evaluates otolith microchemistry as a method for assessing oil exposure history.
ROS Are Good
This opinion article focuses on the possibility that ROS are beneficial to plants, supporting cellular proliferation, physiological function, and viability, and that maintaining a basal level of ROS in cells is essential for life.
Laser Ablated Carbon Nanodots for Light Emission
This article reports the synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots-like nanostructures obtained through the laser ablation of a carbon solid target in liquid environment is reported.
Using Paired Depth Interviews to Collect Qualitative Data
This article defines and describes paired depth interviews, discusses conceptualizations of paired depth interviews using Roulston's framework, delineates the strengths and limitations of paired depth interviews, and provides examples of paired depth interviews utilized in helping professions.
Role of exponential type random invexities for asymptotically sufficient efficiency conditions in semi-infinite multi-objective fractional programming
This article introduces several notions of random exponential type asymptotic invexities to establish results to the context of a class of asymptotically sufficient efficiency conditions in semi-infinite multi-objective fractional programing.
Cognitive impairment among World Trade Center responders: Long-term implications of re-experiencing the 9/11 terrorist attacks
This article examines the association between World Trade Center (WTC)-related post-traumatic stress disorder and cognitive impairment in WTC responders.
The deepest X-ray view of high-redshift galaxies: constraints on low-rate black hole accretion
This article exploits the 7 Ms Chandra observations in the Chandra Deep Field-South (CDF-S), the deepest X-ray survey to date, coupled with CANDELS/GOODS-S data, to measure the total X-ray emission arising from 2076 galaxies at 3.5 ≤ z ≤ 6.5.
Glucose or Altered Ceramide Biosynthesis Mediate Oxygen Deprivation Sensitivity Through Novel Pathways Revealed by Transcriptome Analysis in Caenorhabditis elegans
This article discusses how RNA-sequencing analysis was performed to assess how a glucose-supplemented diet and/or a hyl-2 mutation altered the transcriptome.
Biomass burning drives atmospheric nutrient redistribution within forested peatlands in Borneo
This article quantifies the influence of fire on biogeochemical fluxes of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur in a 12 ha forested peatland in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Reactive oxygen species, abiotic stress and stress combination
This article reviews recent studies on the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in abiotic stress in plants, and propose that different abiotic stresses, such as drought, heat, salinity and high light, result in different ROS signatures that determine the specificity of the acclimation response and help tailor it to the exact stress the plant encounters.
Identification of Novel Genomic Islands in Liverpool Epidemic Strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Using Segmentation and Clustering
This article utilizes a recursive segmentation and cluster procedure presented as a genome-mining tool, GEMINI, to decipher genomic islands and understand their contributions to the evolution of virulence and antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Redefining Agricultural Residues as Bioenergy Feedstocks
This article presents a review of traits relevant to the development of dual purpose varieties is presented with particular emphasis on stover moisture and stay-green.
Findings from the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives
This white paper comprehensively describes the insights that emerged from the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives. Key topics include a typology of language archives, the perspectives of stakeholder groups, and improving access to language archives.
Flexible Holographic Fabrication of 3D Photonic Crystal Templates with Polarization Control through a 3D Printed Reflective Optical Element
This article systematically studies the holographic fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) structures using a single 3D printed reflective optical element (ROE), taking advantage of the ease of design and 3D printing of the ROE.
ABA is required for the accumulation of APX1 and MBF1c during a combination of water deficit and heat stress
This article studies the response of mutants impaired in ABA signalling (abi1-1) and biosynthesis (aba1-1) to a combination of water deficit and heat stress.
Transcript Summary 1: Introduction and Background
This document provides a transcript summary of the first part of the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson.
Transcript Summary 2: Individual Presentations by Workshop Participants: Perspectives of Stakeholder Groups
This document provides a transcript summary of the second part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of individual presentations by all workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups.
Transcript Summary 3: Saturday Discussion
This document provides a transcript summary of the third part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of discussions on the first day of the workshop.
Transcript Summary 4: Sunday Discussion
This document provides a transcript summary of the fourth part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of discussions on the second day of the workshop.
Transcript Summary 5: Conclusions
This document provides a transcript summary of the fifth and final part of Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives; it contains a detailed summary of the concluding discussion at the end of the workshop.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Table of Contents
This table of contents shows the relationships among the transcript summaries, videos, and audio files associated with the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives.
Blood-Based Biomarkers: A blood screening test for Alzheimer's disease
This article describes the first-ever multiethnic referent sample that spans community-based and clinic-based populations for implementation of an Alzheimer's disease blood screen.
Accumulation of Flavonols over Hydroxycinnamic Acids Favors Oxidative Damage Protetion under Abiotic Stress
This article reports on the characterization of the different antioxidant mechanisms of tomato plants subjected to heat stress, salinity stress, or a combination of both stresses.
Applications of Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR) and Orbitrap Based High Resolution Mass Spectrometry in Metabolomics and Lipidomics
This review explores the latest developments in Fourier transform mass spectrometry and Orbitrap based metabolomics technology, its advantages and drawbacks for using in metabolomics and lipidomics studies, and development of novel approaches for processing high resolution mass spectrometry data.
Epigenetic Inheritance and Its Role in Evolutionary Biology: Re-Evaluation and New Perspectives
This essay poses an argument for epigenetics having a potentially profound role in our understanding of inheritance, natural selection and evolution, and deserving more attention.
Improved bore-sight calibration for airborne light detection and ranging using planar patches
This article proposes an improved method for bore-sight calibration based on the principles of symmetry of coordinate offsets and low correlations between bore-sight angles.
Cardiovascular function, compliance, and connective tissue remodeling in the turtle, Trachemys scripta, following thermal acclimation
This article suggests that cold acclimation alters cardiac shunting patterns with an increased R-L shunt flow, achieved through reducing systemic resistance and increasing systemic blood flow.
Negative ion photoelectron spectroscopy of P₂N₃⁻: electron affinity and electronic structures of P₂N₃˙
This article reports a negative ion photoelectron spectroscopy (NIPES) and ab initio study of the recently synthesized planar aromatic inorganic ion P₂N₃⁻, to investigate the electronic structures of P₂N₃⁻ and its neutral P₂N₃˙ radical.
Holographic Fabrication of Designed Functional Defect Lines in Photonic Crystal Lattice Using a Spatial Light Modulator
This article reports the holographic fabrication of designed defect lines in photonic crystal lattices through phase engineering using a spatial light modulator.
Towards a Neuronal Gauge Theory
This article proposes that the brain (and other self-organised biological systems) can be characterised via the mathematical apparatus of a gauge theory.
Rapid identification of causative insertions underlying Medicago truncatula Tnt1 mutants defective in symbiotic nitrogen fixation from a forward genetic screen by whole genome sequencing
This article demonstrates that whole genome sequencing is an efficient approach for identification of causative genes underlying symbiotic nitrogen fixation defective phenotypes in Medicago truncatula Tnt1 insertion mutants obtained via forward genetic screens.
Remembering to Ask the Boss: Priming and the Dynamics of Priest Reliance on Bishop Cues
This article assesses the effects of randomly priming priests with varying considerations of their professional responsibilities and relevant constituencies (including parishioner expectations).
Post-hatching development of mitochondrial function, organ mass and metabolic rate in two ectotherms, the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) and the common snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina)
This article investigates the metabolism, growth and muscle mitochondrial function in hatchlings of a turtle and a crocodilian, two ectotherms that never develop endothermy.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 5
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the first half of the second day of the workshop. The discussion topics were: creation of a language archive typology, facilitating the use of language archives, challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines, and organizations to partner with for UCD guidelines.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 6
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the remainder of the second day of the workshop. The main discussion topics were: “aha” moments and advice from workshop participants, and closing remarks from organizers.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 7
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the first hour of discussion on the second day of the workshop. The topics were: creation of a language archive typology, facilitating the use of language archives, and challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 8
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video continues from Video 7 in documenting discussion on the second day of the workshop. The topic was: challenges and other factors to consider in the development of UCD guidelines.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 9
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video continues from Video 8 in documenting discussion on the second day of the workshop. It goes to the end of the workshop. The topics were: organizations to partner with for UCD guidelines, “aha” moments and advice from workshop participants, and closing remarks from organizers.
Language Archiving: Where We've Been and Where We're Going
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This slide deck accompanied the presentation by Gary Holton on language archiving.
Stakeholder Groups
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This slide deck accompanied all presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups.
User-Centered Design
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This slide deck accompanied the presentation by Christina Wasson on user-centered design.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 1
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the start of the workshop; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 2
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Loriene Roy, Daryl Baldwin, Edward Alexander, Wesley Leonard, Michael Shepard, Andrea Berez-Kroeker, Justin Spencer, Mandana Seyfeddinpur, Felix Rau, Susan Kung, Jennifer O'Neal, and Alexander Wadsworth.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 3
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file continues from Audio 2, further documenting presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Crysta Metcalf, Santosh Basapur, and Shobhana Chelliah. This audio file also documents the beginning of the first workshop discussion topic. The topic was: who are users and how do they interact with language archives.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Audio 4
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This audio file documents the rest of the discussions on the first day of the workshop. The topics were: archive roles and brainstorming types of language archives.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 1
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents the start of the workshop; it contains an overview of language archives by Gary Holton and an overview of user-centered design by Christina Wasson.
Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: Video 2
This NSF-funded workshop initiated a research trajectory that brings the fields of language archives and user-centered design (UCD) into dialogue, with the goal of improving users’ experiences with language archives and making them more accessible and useful to diverse user groups. The workshop documented perspectives of key stakeholder groups and generated initial conceptual frameworks to guide further research. This video documents presentations by workshop participants on the perspectives of stakeholder groups. It contains presentations by Loriene Roy, Daryl Baldwin, Edward Alexander, Wesley Leonard, Michael Shepard, Andrea Berez-Kroeker, Justin Spencer, Mandana Seyfeddinipur, and the first part of Felix Rau’s presentation.