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81. Mathematical Model Formulation and Validation of Water and Cryoprotective Agent Transport in Whole Hamster Pancreatic Islets
Topic: Modeling
Published: 10/11/2011
Authors: James D. Benson, Charles T Benson, John K Critser
Abstract: A mathematical and conceptual model of water and solute transport for whole hamster pancreatic islets has been developed and experimentally validated incorporating fundamental biophysical data from previous studies on individual hamster islet cells ...

82. Maximum Entropy and Time-Domain Kramers-Kronig Phase Retrieval Approaches are Functionally Equivalent for CARS Micro-Spectroscopy
Topic: Modeling
Published: 4/27/2012
Authors: Marcus T Cicerone, Khaled A. Aamer, Young Jong Lee, Eric Vartiainen
Abstract: Phase retrieval methods are used to recover Raman spectra from multiplex and broadband CARS signals. Two methods are in widespread use, one based on maximum entropy (MEM), and one based on a modified time-domain Kramers-Kronig (TDKK) method. He ...

83. Measuring the Utility/Path Diversity Tradeoff in Multipath Protocols
Topic: Modeling
Published: 10/20/2009
Authors: Fern Y Hunt, Vladimir V Marbukh
Abstract: We derive a model of congestion control where the trade-off between utility and path diversity can be investigated. In a network where there can be multiple routes between locations, each source is assigned a route according to a random allocation s ...

84. Melting Point Equations for the Ternary System Water/Sodium Chloride/Ethylene Glycol Revisited
Topic: Modeling
Published: 12/1/2010
Authors: James D. Benson, Aniruddha Bagchi, Xu Han, John K Critser, Erik J Woods
Abstract: Partial phase diagrams are of considerable utility in the development of optimized cryobiological procedures. Recent theoretical predictions of the melting points of ternary solutions of interest to cryobiology have caused us to re-examine measurment ...

85. Micromagnetic investigation of periodic cross-tie/vortex wall geometry
Topic: Modeling
Published: 5/18/2012
Author: Michael J Donahue
Abstract: A systematic series of micromagnetic simulations on periodic cross-tie/vortex wall structures in an ideal soft film at various width, thickness, and period lengths is performed. For each width and thickness a natural period length is found which has ...

86. Modeling Affiliations in Networks
Topic: Modeling
Published: 12/6/2010
Author: Brian Dale Cloteaux
Abstract: One way to help understand the structure of certain networks is to examine what common group memberships the actors in the network share. Linking actors to their common affiliations gives an alternative type of network commonly called an affiliation ...

87. Modeling Methodologies and Simulation for Dynamical Systems
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7875
Topic: Modeling
Published: 8/27/2012
Authors: Ion Matei, Conrad E Bock
Abstract: Computer-interpretable representations of system structure and behavior are at the center of designing today‰s complex systems. Engineers create and review such representations using graphical modeling languages that support specification, analys ...

88. Modeling Scanning Electron Microscope Measurements with Charging
Topic: Modeling
Published: 4/3/2013
Author: John S Villarrubia

89. Modeling atomic structure at the nanoscale using the PDF: simulation studies of monoatomic nanoparticles
Topic: Modeling
Published: 8/17/2010
Authors: Katharine M Mullen, Victor Lvovich Krayzman, Igor Levin
Abstract: The pair distribution function (PDF), as determined from total x-ray or neutron scattering, is a valuable probe of atomic arrangements in nanoparticles. Structural information in such experimental PDF data is convoluted with the effects of particle ...

90. Modeling of Photochemical Reactions in a Focused Laser Beam
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Topic: Modeling
Published: 7/1/2007
Authors: Fern Y Hunt, Adolfas Kastytis Gaigalas, Lili Wang
Abstract: This paper presents a mathematical model of photodegradation of fluorophores passing through a laser beam. The beam is focused on the sample and thus the power distribution of incident light is strongly dependent on spatial location while the fluorop ...

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