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TL;DR: An overview of the epidemiology and impact of TBI is presented, which shows that the number of Americans living with TBI-related disability and their efforts to return to a full and productive life are increasing.
Abstract: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an important public health problem in the United States and worldwide. The estimated 5.3 million Americans living with TBI-related disability face numerous challenges in their efforts to return to a full and productive life. This article presents an overview of the epidemiology and impact of TBI. Language: en
TL;DR: An interpretation of image texture as a region code, or carrier of region information, is emphasized and examples are given of both types of texture processing using a variety of real and synthetic textures.
Abstract: A computational approach for analyzing visible textures is described. Textures are modeled as irradiance patterns containing a limited range of spatial frequencies, where mutually distinct textures differ significantly in their dominant characterizing frequencies. By encoding images into multiple narrow spatial frequency and orientation channels, the slowly varying channel envelopes (amplitude and phase) are used to segregate textural regions of different spatial frequency, orientation, or phase characteristics. Thus, an interpretation of image texture as a region code, or carrier of region information, is emphasized. The channel filters used, known as the two-dimensional Gabor functions, are useful for these purposes in several senses: they have tunable orientation and radial frequency bandwidths and tunable center frequencies, and they optimally achieve joint resolution in space and in spatial frequency. By comparing the channel amplitude responses, one can detect boundaries between textures. Locating large variations in the channel phase responses allows discontinuities in the texture phase to be detected. Examples are given of both types of texture processing using a variety of real and synthetic textures. >
Cornell University1, Massachusetts Institute of Technology2, Washington University in St. Louis3, University of Nevada, Reno4, Arizona State University5, Lockheed Martin Corporation6, California Institute of Technology7, Space Science Institute8, United States Geological Survey9, University of Mainz10, Harvard University11, State University of New York System12, University of Tennessee13, Max Planck Society14
TL;DR: The geologic record at Meridiani Planum suggests that conditions were suitable for biological activity for a period of time in martian history.
Abstract: Sedimentary rocks at Eagle crater in Meridiani Planum are composed of fine-grained siliciclastic materials derived from weathering of basaltic rocks, sulfate minerals (including magnesium sulfate and jarosite) that constitute several tens of percent of the rock by weight, and hematite. Cross-stratification observed in rock outcrops indicates eolian and aqueous transport. Diagenetic features include hematite-rich concretions and crystal-mold vugs. We interpret the rocks to be a mixture of chemical and siliciclastic sediments with a complex diagenetic history. The environmental conditions that they record include episodic inundation by shallow surface water, evaporation, and desiccation. The geologic record at Meridiani Planum suggests that conditions were suitable for biological activity for a period of time in martian history.
TL;DR: The Stardust spacecraft collected thousands of particles from comet 81P/Wild 2 and returned them to Earth for laboratory study, and preliminary examination shows that the nonvolatile portion of the comet is an unequilibrated assortment of materials that have both presolar and solar system origin.
Abstract: The Stardust spacecraft collected thousands of particles from comet 81P/Wild 2 and returned them to Earth for laboratory study. The preliminary examination of these samples shows that the nonvolatile portion of the comet is an unequilibrated assortment of materials that have both presolar and solar system origin. The comet contains an abundance of silicate grains that are much larger than predictions of interstellar grain models, and many of these are high-temperature minerals that appear to have formed in the inner regions of the solar nebula. Their presence in a comet proves that the formation of the solar system included mixing on the grandest scales.
Washington University in St. Louis1, Cornell University2, California Institute of Technology3, Max Planck Society4, Search for extraterrestrial intelligence5, University of Nevada, Reno6, United States Geological Survey7, Arizona State University8, Lockheed Martin Corporation9, American Museum of Natural History10, Ames Research Center11, University of Chicago12, Space Science Institute13, Honeybee Robotics14, Smithsonian Institution15, Massachusetts Institute of Technology16, State University of New York System17, University of Mainz18, Harvard University19, Glenn Research Center20, Texas A&M University21, Ohio State University22, University of Copenhagen23, University of Tennessee24, Goddard Space Flight Center25, University of Arizona26, University of Alabama at Birmingham27
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors show that the surface enrichment is the result of a minor amount of transport and deposition by aqueous processes on the surface of olivine-bearing basalts.
Abstract: Spirit landed on the floor of Gusev Crater and conducted initial operations on soil covered, rock-strewn cratered plains underlain by olivine-bearing basalts. Plains surface rocks are covered by wind-blown dust and show evidence for surface enrichment of soluble species as vein and void-filling materials and coatings. The surface enrichment is the result of a minor amount of transport and deposition by aqueous processes. Layered granular deposits were discovered in the Columbia Hills, with outcrops that tend to dip conformably with the topography. The granular rocks are interpreted to be volcanic ash and/or impact ejecta deposits that have been modified by aqueous fluids during and/or after emplacement. Soils consist of basaltic deposits that are weakly cohesive, relatively poorly sorted, and covered by a veneer of wind blown dust. The soils have been homogenized by wind transport over at least the several kilometer length scale traversed by the rover. Mobilization of soluble species has occurred within at least two soil deposits examined. The presence of mono-layers of coarse sand on wind-blown bedforms, together with even spacing of granule-sized surface clasts, suggest that some of the soil surfaces encountered by Spirit have not been modified by wind for some time. On the other hand, dust deposits on the surface and rover deck have changed during the course of the mission. Detection of dust devils, monitoring of the dust opacity and lower boundary layer, and coordinated experiments with orbiters provided new insights into atmosphere-surface dynamics.
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