Digital tomosynthesis creates a 3D picture of the breast using X-rays

They have used this coupled framework to study a variety ofinteresting systems, as shown in these journal cover images. Thefirst is synthesis of carbon fibers from graphite which has beenliquified and evaporates due to a laser pulse. The second is a modelof a laser pulse inducing a shock which triggers exothermic chemistryin hydrogen peroxide. The final example models the creation ofprebiotic organic molecules via shock compression of icy materials,analogous to what may occur when a comet strikes the surface of theEarth.

What is the Process of Protein Synthesis? (with pictures)

The process of protein synthesis starts off with DNA being transcribed to RNA using RNA polymerase

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Finally, we think this project was the first step toward combining textures. With a simple modification to our algorithm, you could allow both the texture and the "picture" to generate texture synthesis style and than use the same mechanism to create one texture out of the other. This would allow you to generate combined textures of any size and shape.

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Sixth, we noticed that the overlap function usually stopped computing after going through only a small fraction of the arrays. Unfortunatly, which array stopped first depended greatly on the image and on the value of w. We could save a significant amount of time by stopping it early ourselves after observing a few rounds to see where it happened to stop. In other words, if we could create an adaptive algorithm that computed values for the lengths of the arrays and the picture was generated, we could save a significant amount of time without a large loss of quality.

Now that we’ve described DNA and RNA, it’s time to take a look at the process of protein synthesis

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Notice that the tradeoff is no longer a choice of getting a face or not getting a face, instead, by emphasizing one aspect over the other we trade off the continuity of the coin image with the correctness of the facial image. However, both options take into account the coins as well as the picture. For instance, it would be impossible to get the third image with the basic algorithm.

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Unfortunately, because these two algorithms are fundamentally different and take in different parameters (k vs. w) it is very difficult to find corresponding parameters and compare the algorithms' performance. However, we are able to highlight the essential difference with the coin image. As we mentioned earlier, the coin image presents a problem for the basic algorithm because so much of the picture is silver coins. If we don't constrict the k very tightly, it will cover almost the entire image in silver coins. On the other hand, if we constrict k tightly enough to force it to use gold coins on the dark areas, it will not have enough leeway to produce any sort of texture at all. We can see this tradeoff in the images below:

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Fourth, if we could get the algorithm to move quickly enough, it might be interesting to try animating images made out of textures. Of course, if we randomly generated an image for each frame, we would simply see static when they move quickly across each other. Thus, we would probably want to match a potential picture against 3 things: the photo, the generated texture, and the previous frame of the animation. If we could get this to work, it could be REALLY cool. Faces moving in sand?

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All preschoolers should be taught a range of skills that are associated with peer acceptance and that protect against peer rejection. In the preschool years, these include cooperative play skills, language and communication skills, emotional understanding and regulation, aggression control and social problem-solving skills. Universal programs have been designed to teach these skills, and it appears that preschool curricula that use skill presentation lessons (with modelling stories, puppets and pictures) and guided practice activities (role plays and games) to teach social-emotional skills in the classroom have positive impacts.

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Another issue we explored was the compromise between the texture and the picture. As the following results demonstrate, changing the trade-off value leads to significantly different images. Too much emphasis on the texture tends to produce results similar to the texture with the underlying image barely visible, while too much emphasis on the image creates a version of the image with the color scheme of the texture and only the basic "feel" of the texture visible.