Abstract:A computerized instrument will be develop for automated spike and seizure detection. The objectivemethods to increase the effectiveness of monitoring and to increase the quality and reduce the costThe spike detector will utilize a combination of methods. These will include parametric… more
Abstract:Many areas of military and civilian work are becoming increasingly complex and non-routine. Cognitive Flexibility Theory is a unique approach to instruction that prepares people to effectively deal with such challenges. For critical elements of Navy training, complex content domains will be… more
Abstract:We will expand the usage and scope of clinical testing of musculoskeletal function in a practical ameaningful manner. Musculoskeletal conditions are among the most frequently occurring medical problUnited States. The problem is becoming more prevalent with an aging population. While treatment… more
Abstract:WE PROPOSE TO DEVELOP A NEW METHOD OF RESIN TRANSFER MOLDING (RTM) FOR ADVANCED COMPOSITES MANUFACTURING IN WHICH THE HEAT REQUIRED FOR CURING IS PROVIDED BY PASSING AN ELECTRICAL CURRENT THROUGH ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE GRAPHITE FIBERS IN THE PREFORM. THIS METHOD, WHICH WE DESIGNATE RESISTIVE-HEAT… more
Abstract:X-RAY AND NEUTRON SCATTERING ARE POWERFUL TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTUAL MEASUREMENTS ON SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS. ALTHOUGH STRUCTURAL ANALYSES OF HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS ARE IMPORTANT, THEY HAVE BEEN LIMITED BY TWO SOURCES OF ERROR. FIRST, THE MATERIALS OF INTEREST BECOME CONTAMINATED BY REACTION WITH… more
Abstract:There are more than 8,000,000 diabetics in the United States and 500,000 new cases are diagnosed eaDiabetics are at high risk for serious foot problems due to vascular and neurological deficiencies.injuries occur frequently, and lower extremity amputations occur in 1% of diabetics each year,… more
Abstract:Experience during the Gulf War demonstrated the need for a secondary sensor for the HARM anti-radar missile. Benefits of adding an appropriate secondary sensor include: mission completion after defense countermesures, increased probability of kill and reduced probability of fratricide. A HARM… more
Abstract:The macrolides are microbial natural products with many uses in clinical and veterinary medicine. Erythromycin is the best studied example of a macrolide antibiotic; rapamycin and FK506 are promising new immunosuppressant macrolides. The price and availability of macrolides depend on their… more
Abstract:Our long-term objective is the approval of a new drug application (NDA) for civamide as a topical therpes simplex virus (HSV) infections. In the United States, genital HSV affects more than 25 millioHSV effects up to 100 million individuals. The enormous number of affected individuals makes this… more
Abstract:A novel and ultra-sensitive x-ray fluorescence detector system has been proposed. The detector systconcept of selecting x-ray fluorescence from an elastically scattered background by the diffractionmultilayer. The multilayer will be graded as to satisfy the diffraction condition everywhere on… more
Abstract:ALTHOUGH THIS NATION HAS SOME OF THE GREATEST COAL RESERVES IN THE WORLD, MANY OF THEM WILL REMAIN UNUSABLE UNTIL TECHNOLOGY IS DEVELOPED TO MEET BOTH CLEAN AIR ACT MANDATES AND NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (NSPS) FOR PARTICULATE, SULFUR DIOXIDE (SO2), AND NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS, EFFECTIVELY… more
Abstract:This project is aimed at building robotic assistants to work with humans in space environments. The key technical innovation is the software integration of a high-level memory architecture capable of deliberative planning and natural language understanding with a reactive execution system capable of… more
Abstract:Oral pharmaceuticals currently are not delivered in gel form because doses cannot be accurately meapouring a gel into a calibrated cup or a spoon. However, an aerosol dispenser recently invented by tfor this project, Dr. James Martin, appears to offer potential as a means for orally administering… more
Abstract:The proposed research effort will provide a new and improved numerical technique for predicting dynamic structural failure. The technique is based on the use of an innovative numerical technique referred to as Element Free Galerkin (EFG) or "gridless" technique developed by Professor Ted Belytschko… more
Abstract:A number of studies have suggested that noninvasive surgery using high intensity ultrasound ablatiofeasible, and offers significant advantages over conventional surgical techniques for many applicatiultrasound transducer is used to insonate a small tissue target or targets deep within the body… more
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