Abstract:ANALYTICON PROPOSES DEVELOPING AN ENHANCED SOFTWARE TECHNIQUE FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION THAT WILL BE A FULLY INTEGRATED PROCEDURE, UNLIKE PRIOR TECHNIQUES. THE OBJECTIVE IS PROVIDING A TOOL FOR TESTING KEY ASSUMPTIONS, INTERNAL COMPATIBILITY, AND PERFORMANCE OF RADIOMETRIC TYPING ALGORITHMS - PER… more
Abstract:AMERINEX ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AAI) IS PROPOSING A PROJECT CALLED TRACS (TOOL FOR RECOGNITION AND AUTOMATIC CLASSIFICATION OF SOLAR FEATURES) AS A PHASE I SBIR PROJECT IN SOLAR IMAGE PROCESSING. THE TRACS PROJECT IS DESIGNED TO FACILITATE THE AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION, ANALYSIS, AND TRACKING, OF… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase i work is to develop and demonstrate that a frangible munitions container, one capable of passing an Insensitive Munitions (IM) cook-off test, can be presuced with a low-cost modification to the container can. The critical problem associated with existing containers is… more
Abstract:The Phase I research proposed herein provides for using the tremendous energy and pressure generated by embedded detonating cord (EDC) to not only sever an acrylic canopy but, more importantly, create and propagate cracks that weaken and fracture the canopy. The approach is firmly based on the use… more
Abstract:A KEY AREA OF LABORATORY TEST CAPABILITIES THAT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT IS THE SIMULATION OF REALWORLD CORRUPTION ON RADAR SIGNALS, AND THE IMPERFECTIONS IN PULSE GENERATON GENERIC TO ALL RADAR SYSTEMS. TWO PRIMARY REQUIREMENTS ARE THE SIMULATION OF MULTIPATH PHENOMENA AND UNINTENTIONAL INTRAPULSE… more
Abstract:AMHERST SYSTEMS PROPOSES TO INTERFACE SIMNET TO THE INTEGRATED TEST BED (ITB) FACILITY COCKPIT SIMULATOR AT THE AVIONICS LABORATORY AT WRIGHT LABORATORIES, WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB. THE AVIONICS LABORATORY IS THE AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY FOR ADVANCED AVIONICS CONCEPTS, AND IT STRIVES FOR THE… more
Abstract:The Flaser system engineering program scheduled for commencement in FY93, integrates a forward looking IR (FLIR) sensor and laser radar (ladar) for improved airborne targeting. The proposed effort supports the integration of passive IR and closed-loop active IR scene generation capabilities with the… more
Abstract:The development of paints and coatings is characterized by trial and error formulation of various pigment and binder combinations. A need exist for an analytical tool which permits the controlled variation of fundamental coating properties and prediction of the resulting reflectance. Amherst Systems… more
Abstract:A plan is proposed to investigate high temperature brazing of carbon-carbon composites using polymer derived ceramic materials as a braze material. This Phase I program will demonstrate the viability of this approach. Experimental work will investigate the interlaminar properties of laminated… more
Abstract:A plan is proposed to investigate several particulate reinforced ceramic composites that show promise of having good electrical insulation properties at temperatures approaching 3000 degrees Centigrade. In addition, good thermal shock resistance, machinability, and durability for continuous use at… more
Abstract:CIRCULATORY ASSIST DEVICES ARE NEEDED FOR IMMEDIATE TEMPORARY TREATMENT OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AND FOR SOME POSTCARDIOTOMY PATIENTS. IMPLANTED CIRCULATORY ASSIST DEVICES ALSO ARE BEING DEVELOPED FOR LONGER TERM HELP TO AMBULATORY PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE. PNEUMATIC AND… more
Abstract:END-STAGE RENAL FAILURE IS TREATED BY AN EXTRACORPOREAL DIALYSIS DEVICE. OVER 250,000 PATIENTS WORLDWIDE ARE MAINTAINED BY SUCH THRICE WEEKLY TREATMENTS. THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN DIALYZER HAS BEEN GREATLY DEPENDENT ON ADVANCES MADE IN POLYMERIC MATERIAL SCIENCE. WHILE THE MODERN DIALYSIS UNIT HAS… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Chi, Kefung AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: BioKwitech, Inc. 4204-L Sorrento Valley Boulevard San Diego, CA 92121 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (619) 587-6738 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0667 Cholera is a very severe epidemic disease caused by cholera toxin (CT) of Vibrio cholerae (V. cholerae). Two… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Nakano, Eileen T. AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Hawaii Biotechnology group, Inc. 99-193 Aiea Heights Dr. Aiea, HI 96701 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (808) 486-5333 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0668 The incidence of measles infections in North America has recently increased. Sequence comparison… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Slack, John H. AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Integrated Biotechnology Corp. 11711 North College Ave., Suite 196 Carmel, IN 46032 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (317) 575-7250 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0669 Measles virus, a severe acute highly contagious human pathogen, is not only responsible for… more
Abstract:Latex rubber articles in the form of condoms and gloves are used as barriers against the transmission of infectious diseases. The medical community have identified the use of condoms as an effective means for preventing the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Levin, Andrew E. AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Immunetics 380 Green Street Cambridge, MA 02139 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (617) 492-5416 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0666 The research program is aimed at providing a simple and reliable serological test which can be used in clinical laboratories,… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Reynolds, Steven H. AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Life Sciences, Inc. 2900 72nd Street, North St. Petersburg, FL 33710 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (813) 345-9371 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0680 Tuberculosis is reemerging as a health threat in the United States. Primary reasons include the… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Sonesson, Anders AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Microbial Insights, Inc. 201 Center Park Dr., Suite 1140 Knoxville, TN 37922 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (615) 966-7356 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0681 In response to the resurgent epidemic of tuberculosis which has been greatly stimulated by the… more
Abstract:PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Garcia, Jorge L. AWARDEE ORGANIZATION: Berkeley Antibody Company 4131 Lakeside Drive, Suite B Richmond, CA 94806-1965 TELEPHONE NUMBER: (510) 222-4940 AWARDEE NUMBER: 200-93-0609 A number of wildlife species are natural reservoirs for zoonotic disease pathogens in the U. S.… more
Abstract:Glutathione S-transferases (GSTs) are a complex multigene family of isozymes considered by many to be the single most important class of enzymes involved in the detoxication of endogenous and xenobiotic electrophilic substances including anticancer drugs. Some of these isozymes are polymorphic and… more
Abstract:Recently latex allergic hypersensitivity has emerged as a new and unexpected health care problem. Latex rubber is used in many products where tissue contact is possible for both the health care practitioner and the patient. Rates of latex hypersensitivity for hospital physicians and nurses are… more
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