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Point Pattern Analysis GISPopSci

Introduction Point pattern analysis is the evaluation of the pattern, or distribution, of a set of points on a surface. It can refer to the actual spatial or temporal location of

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Article Spatial Weighting Matrix Selection in Spatial Lag

The specification of spatial dependence via a spatial weighting matrix is a convenient way to describe theoretical or a priori knowledge and understanding of the underlying structure generating the 'spatial' dependence between different economic agents and units of analysis. There are

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An M-estimator of spatial tail dependence Unistra

Motivation Extreme value theory Estimation of tail dependence Applications Conclusions and future work An M-estimator of spatial tail dependence A. Kiriliouk 1 J. Segers 1 J. Einmahl 2 A. Krajina 3 1Universit e catholique de Louvain 2Tilburg University 3Georgia Augusta University G ottingen Universit e

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US Patent for Magnetic resonance imaging with different

In a method and control device for magnetic resonance imaging, raw magnetic resonance data are acquired from one region of an examination object by a number of magnetic resonance receiving antennas of a magnetic resonance system. Calibration values are determined that represent the sensitivity of at least one of the magnetic resonance receiving antennas.

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Bayesian Spatiotemporal Modeling for Detecting Neuronal

contiguous voxels since long-range spatial associations are common. Thus, even for a single subject, there can be an enormous amount of data that exhibits complicated spatiotemporal dependence. fMRI analyses begin by preprocessing the data to adjust for motion, physiologically-based noise (e.g., cardiac and respiratory sources), and scanner drift.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive technology used by researchers to study brain anatomy and function. MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to measure signals emitted by excited hydrogen atoms present in various types of bodily tissue. These signals are converted into

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Investigation Of The Spatial Dependence Of Carrier

The spatial response of the photocurrent allows for determination of the visible rejection ratio, as well as a model of how generated carriers interact within the device. Nanoscale optoelectronic devices of semiconductor CdS nanowires (NWs) and PbS quantum dots (QDs) are investigated in Chapter 5.

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Geographical Information Systems Institute Center for

A second reason for spatial dependence is that the spatial dimension of a social or economic characteristic may be an important aspect of the phenomenon. For example, based on the premise that location and distance are important forces at work, regional science theory relies on notions of spatial

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Temporal dynamics and spatial specificity of arterial and

Determination of compartment-specific cerebral blood volume (CBV) changes is important for understanding neurovascular physiology and quantifying blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). In isoflurane-anesthetized cats, we measured the spatiotemporal responses of arterial CBV (CBV a) and total CBV (CBV

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Evaluation of Spatial Variability of Soil Properties in a

Evaluation of Spatial Variability of Soil Properties in a Long-Term Experimental Tobacco Station in Southwest China 726 the values of the observation at the i and I h positions, respectively, and the γ(h) is the experimental semivariogram value at distance interval

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Determination of changes in tumor blood perfusion after

The intrinsically high spatial resolution of magnetic resonance imaging allows a detailed study of the heterogeneous nature of tumor blood perfusion. The potential applications of this imaging technique to study the differential effects of hydralazine on perfusion

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Semivariogram Analysis wiki.landscapetoolbox

Spatial dependence imputes that up to some distance apart from each other, two observations at different locations are not statistically independent. Semi-variance is a measure of the spatial dependence between two observations as a function of the distance between them.

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Sequence-independent segmentation of magnetic resonance

Sequence-independent segmentation of magnetic resonance images which does not account for the spatial distribution of heterogeneous tissue such as cortical gray matter, nor the fact that the accuracy of the segmentation of the gray matter is dependent on how much the intensity distribution of the

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NeuroImage 2004Bruce Fischl Bruce Fischl David H Salat Andre J W Van Der Kouwe Nikos Makris Fl Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University University of California San Statistical model Image processing Magnetic resonance imaging Signal-to-noise ratio

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF HUMIDITY AND TEXTURE IN A

determination of 0.98. vila et al. (2011), using the TDR probe evaluated the spatial and temporal pattern of soil moisture in a Hydrographic Basin in the State of Minas Gerais and found that the coefficient of determination for calibrating an instrument is 0.85, thus, classifying

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Comparison of distance measures in spatial analytical

Comparison of distance measures in spatial analytical modeling for health service planning. which deal with spatial dependence, and geographically weighted (GWR) methods, which deal with spatial non-stationarity BMC Health Services Research. 2006, 6 13-10.1186/1472-6963-6-13.

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Method for atomic-layer-resolved measurement of

Method for atomic-layer-resolved measurement of polarization fields by nuclear magnetic resonance James G. Kempf and Daniel P. Weitekampa) A. A. Noyes Laboratory of Chemical Physics, 127-72, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena,

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SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF U.S. ETHANOL PRODUCTION

the presence of spatial effects. However, to determine which type of spatial effect (spatial dependence or spatial heterogeneity) is present, will require additional analysis through multiple regression. Spatial Model To determine the degree and type of spatial effect, tools such as Moran's I,

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Signal encoding in magnetic particle imaging properties

The spatial dependence for the first harmonics is plotted in the left part of figure 4. One finds an increasing number of oscillations with increasing frequency components n . This relates to the fact that Chebyshev polynomials form a complete orthogonal basis set (cf. appendix A.2), so that any particle distribution C ( x ) can be expanded

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Time dependence in quantum mechanics Notes on Quantum

Time dependence in quantum mechanics Notes on Quantum Mechanics allows us to determine the physically acceptable wavefunctions, yjHxL, and their energy, Ej, in terms expressed in terms of a combination of time-dependent normalized spatial eigenfunctions, yjHxL,

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Spatial distribution of HLB (Greening) on citrus using

to evaluate the spatial dependence of greening in citrus groves are scarce. To study the spatial dependence, geostatistics is the most suitable tool because it considers the position in space of the variable under study (LIEBHOLD et al., 1993). With the use of geostatistics, it is possible to determine the spatial

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Phyto85n02 191 The Ristaino Lab

spatial dependence in the across-row direction varied with soil water conditions and was lower than other directions in three of four fields. The range of spatial dependence for final disease severity averaged 15 m or greater within rows and 3—15 m across rows for fields One and two in 1992 and the lower portion of field three in 1992 and 1993.

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Low-temperature magnetic resonance force microscopy

A low-temperature magnetic resonance force detection apparatus was built and used to demonstrate a force resolution of 810sp{-17} N/sqrt{Hz} at 6 K with a commercial single-crystal silicon cantilever. Both nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) were detected in micron-size samples.

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Variability of Soil Physical Properties in a Clay-Loam

The range of spatial variability for BDY, TPS, VAC, WFPS, AFPS, DIFF, and TORT was the same (25.77 m) in depths 1 and 4, suggesting that these soil properties can be sampled together at the same distance. The analysis also showed the presence of a strong (≤25%) to weak (75%) spatial dependence for soil physical properties.

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Spatial heterogeneity of haemoglobin concentration in

were determined using multivariate regression models, and the spatial dependence of haemoglobin concentration unexplained by these factors was quantified using semivariograms. Findings In eastern Africa, the lowest haemoglobin concentrations (70 g/l) occurred in small clusters throughout the region; in

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Probe Sample Coupling in the Magnetic Resonance Force

Journal of Magnetic Resonance 154, 210227 (2002) extremely high spatial resolution. Achieving this capability will This is necessary since its magnitude will determine the spatial volume in which the resonance condition is met, or in other words the spatial dependence of the resonance frequency.

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f test How to determine if there is a spatial dependence

How to determine if there is a spatial dependence in data? Ask Question $begingroup$ Usually what matters more than the possible presence of spatial dependence is its potential effect on your analysis. In many cases the effects are inconsequential (suggesting, if that's your situation, that the best answer is who cares?). The overall

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Synchronization dependent on spatial structures of a

However, the spatial structure of the order parameter is dependent on the precise locations of these positive residuals. In the network with positive residuals randomly relocated, there is a steeper decrease in order parameter with distance ( Fig 5B, left), compared to the data-driven brain network ( Fig 3B, left).

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BrainWave GE Healthcare

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) is fast becoming the diagnostic tool of choice for mapping neuro function in the brain. Non-invasive, no ingestion or infusion of tagged material required, and radiation free, fMRI maps neurological function through blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) MRI scans of the brain.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Indiana University Bloomington

Technical notes Fast and high-resolution quantitative mapping of tissue water content with full brain coverage for clinically-driven studies☆,☆☆ Mohammad Sabati⁎, Andrew A. Maudsley Department of Radiology, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, Miami, FL 33136

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2013Mohammad Sabati Andrew A Maudsley University of MiamiMagnetic resonance imaging In Vitro Techniques Body water Reproducibility Algorit

Advances in ex-situ Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Pines Lab

Advances in ex-situ Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Dimitris Sakellarioua,b, Carlos A. Merilesa, thus of the spatial dependence of the chemical interaction, in order to map spin density . The effect of the field inhomogeneity is the dependence on the relaxation mechanism, that can potentially lead to inequally excited spectra .

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