Volume 3 Issue 2 - January 18, 2008
 
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU        Jan 18~ Jan 24, 2008

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Movement Epenthesis Generation for Video Synthesis of Sign Language
Chung-Hsien Wu

Individuals with hearing/speech impairment generally have problems in communication skill learning. Since deaf people have difficulty in speaking, many communication-aided approaches, such as sign language, finger spelling, lip-reading, and ...

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Thermal Induced SiC Nanoparticles Formation from Si/C/Si Multilayer Deposited by Ion Beam Sputtering
Chen-Kuei Chung

Nanoparticles have been widely studied in the fabrication and characterization because of their specific properties for quantum confinement effects and the promising application. ...

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Designing a molecularly imprinted polymer as an artificial receptor for the specific recognition of creatinine in serums
Mei-Jywan Syu

In this study, molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP) synthesized from two different functional monomers, β-cyclodextrin (β-CD) and 4-vinylpyridine (4-Vpy), were prepared. ...

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A mathematical programming method for formulating a fuzzy regression model based on distance criterion
Liang-Hsuan Chen

In the real world, often human estimation is influential in the decision-making processes, and the data provided will be fuzzy in nature. Therefore, instead of the traditional statistical regression analysis, various fuzzy regression models are presented in both applications and methodologies. ...

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Efficient reactivation of latent herpes simplex virus from mouse central nervous system
SH Chen

Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infects approximately 90% of the world’s population. After infection, two distinct lifecycles can be distinguished. First is a productive phase of 1 to 2 weeks, ...

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Coseismic source model of the 2003 Mw 6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Taiwan, determined from GPS measurements
Ruey-Juin Rau

Earthquake creates seismic waves and is the result of a sudden release of stored energy along the fault plane. On the contrary, creep (or aseismic slip) is a different type of fault motion, which is characterized by a slow, more or less continuous motion occurring on faults due to ongoing tectonic deformation. ...

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