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Electromagnetics for Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Stephen E. Russek, Karl F. Stupic, Joshua R. Biller, Michael A. Boss, Kathryn E. Keenan, Elizabeth Mirowski
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is based on radio frequency (RF) interrogation of the human body at frequencies between 40 MHz to 300 MHz. An RF transmitter

3D printed optical concentrators for LED arrays

Author(s)
Behrang H. Hamadani, Jonathan E. Seppala, Clarence J. Zarobila
Additive manufacturing methods based on photopolymerization offer a great potential for fabrication of high quality, highly transparent optical components. One

Boolean Functions with Multiplicative Complexity 3 and 4

Author(s)
Cagdas Calik, Meltem Sonmez Turan, Rene C. Peralta
Multiplicative complexity (MC) is defined as the minimum number of AND gates required to implement a function with a circuit over the basis (AND, XOR, NOT)

Securing Manufacturing Industrial Control Systems: Behavioral Anomaly Detection

Author(s)
Michael P. Powell, James J. McCarthy, CheeYee Tang, Keith A. Stouffer, Timothy A. Zimmerman, William C. Barker, Titilayo Ogunyale, Devin M. Wynne
Industrial control systems (ICS) are used in many industries to monitor and control physical processes. As ICS continue to adopt commercially available

Metrological Tools for the Reference Materials and Reference Instruments of the NIST Material Measurement Laboratory

Author(s)
Carlos R. Beauchamp, Johanna Camara, Jennifer Carney, Steven J. Choquette, Kenneth D. Cole, Paul C. DeRose, David L. Duewer, Michael S. Epstein, Margaret C. Kline, Katrice A. Lippa, Enrico Lucon, Karen W. Phinney, Maria Polakoski, Antonio M. Possolo, Katherine E. Sharpless, John R. Sieber, Blaza Toman, Michael R. Winchester, Donald A. Windover
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), formerly the National Bureau of Standards, was established by the U.S. Congress in 1901 and charged

Spinal Helical Actuation Patterns for Locomotion in Soft Robots

Author(s)
Jennifer C. Case, James Gibert, Joran Booth, Vytas SunSpiral, Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio
Spinal-driven locomotion was first hypothesized to exist in biological systems in the 1980's; however, only recently has the concept been applied to legged
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