Volume 3 Issue 6 - March 7, 2008
 
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Research Express@NCKU        Mar 7~ Mar 13, 2008

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Wave setup and setdown generated by obliquely incident waves
Tai-Wen Hsu

An analytical theory is developed for the wave setup and setdown induced by obliquely incident waves on an impermeable swell-built beach profile. The wave setup and setdown are found to decrease as wave obliquity increases. ...

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Manipulating the Generation of Ca-alginate Microspheres using Microfluidic Channels-as a Carrier of Gold Nanoparticles
Yu-Cheng Lin

Ca-alginate beads represent one of the most widely used carriers for the immobilization of enzymes and proteins as well as for the controlled release of drugs. ...

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Fuzzy support vector machine for multi-class text categorization
Tai-Yue Wang

Problem
With the arrival of digital information era, many digital files are presented because of the trend of the personal computer and the rapid development of the internets. Documents accessed by people are no longer limited to books, magazine, newspaper etc. ...

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The Role of the Amygdala in the Extinction of Conditioned Fear
Po-Wu Gean

In Pavlovian fear conditioning, a novel stimulus usually a tone or a light that is initially neutral for the animal serves as the conditioned stimulus (CS). When this stimulus is temporally paired with an intrinsically aversive stimulus, such as a footshock (the unconditioned stimulus, US), the CS becomes a cue for a conditioned fear response. ...

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N-type pentacene-based organic field-effect transistors
Tzung-Fang Guo

1. Introduction
The performance of pentacene-based organic field-effect transistor (OFETs) has been steadily improved at field-effect mobilities and on/off current ratios of 0.5-1 cm2V-1s-1 and 106-108, respectively. ...

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“The Penelope Work of Forgetting”: Dreams, Memory, and the Recovery of Wholeness in Joy Kogawa’s Obasan
Rufus Cook

One striking characteristic of the world in which Naomi Nakane finds herself at the beginning of Kogawa’s Obasan is the fact that it is fragmented and disconnected. At the most obvious level, the tight-knit social community that she knew as a child has been fractured and fragmented as a result of the forced dispersal and relocation of the Japanese immigrant community in the course of the war. ...

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Lifetime Tests and Junction-Temperature Measurement of InGaN Light-Emitting Diodes Using Patterned Sapphire Substrates
Ricky W. Chuang

It is well-known that the large differences in the lattice mismatch (~13.5%) and thermal expansion coefficient between GaN epilayer and sapphire substrate would eventually result in a large number of threading dislocations being induced in the GaN epilayer. ...

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