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    • TAGCNA: A Method to Identify Significant Consensus Events of Copy Number Alterations in Cancer 

      Yuan, Xiguo; Zhang, Junying; Yang, Liying; Zhang, Shengli; Chen, Baodi; Geng, Yaojun; Wang, Yue (PLOS, 2012-07-18)
      Somatic copy number alteration (CNA) is a common phenomenon in cancer genome. Distinguishing significant consensus events (SCEs) from random background CNAs in a set of subjects has been proven to be a valuable tool to ...
    • Tailoring a Silver Paste for Additive Manufacturing of Co-Fired Ferrite Magnetic Components 

      Liu, Lanbing; Ding, Chao; Mei, Yunhui; Lu, Guoquan (MDPI, 2019-03-11)
      Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D-printing, has the potential for rapid prototyping of innovative designs of magnetic components used in power electronics converters. In this study, we tailored a silver paste as the metal ...
    • Tailoring of surface plasmon resonances in TiN/(Al0.72Sc0.28)N multilayers by dielectric layer thickness variation 

      Garbrecht, Magnus; Hultman, Lars; Fawey, Mohammed H.; Sands, Timothy D.; Saha, Bivas (Springer, 2017-11-28)
      Alternative designs of plasmonic metamaterials for applications in solar energy-harvesting devices are necessary due to pure noble metal-based nanostructures’ incompatibility with CMOS technology, limited thermal and ...
    • Taming Multi-core Parallelism with Concurrent Mixin Layers 

      Archuleta, Jeremy; Scogland, Thomas R. W.; Tilevich, Eli (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2008), TR-08-22
      The recent shift in computer system design to multi-core technology requires that the developer leverage explicit parallel programming techniques in order to utilize available performance. Nevertheless, developing the ...
    • Tandemly Arrayed Genes in Vertebrate Genomes 

      Pan, Deng; Zhang, Liqing (Hindawi, 2008-09-21)
      Tandemly arrayed genes (TAGs) are duplicated genes that are linked as neighbors on a chromosome, many of which have important physiological and biochemical functions. Here we performed a survey of these genes in 11 available ...
    • Targeted cellular ablation based on the morphology of malignant cells 

      Ivey, Jill W.; Latouche, Eduardo L.; Sano, Michael B.; Rossmeisl, John H. Jr.; Davalos, Rafael V.; Verbridge, Scott (NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, 2015-11-24)
      Treatment of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is especially challenging due to a shortage of methods to preferentially target diffuse infiltrative cells, and therapy-resistant glioma stem cell populations. Here we report a ...
    • A Task and Resource Scheduling System for Automated Planning 

      Miller, David P. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1987), TR-87-01
      Planning is done at both the strategic and tactical levels. This paper classifies some previous planning techniques into these different levels, and details some of their problems. A planning technique known as heuristic ...
    • Task Mapping Model (TMM) Analysis Manual 

      Mayo, Kevin A. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1993), TR-93-07
      This guide presents the task mapping model (TMM), a snythesis/analysis methodology for aiding the interface specialist in designing interfaces with better usability. Briefly, TMM describes necessary knowledge for user ...
    • A Task Scheduling Algorithm for Minimum Busiest Procesor Idle Time 

      Haddad, Emile K. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1993), TR-93-32
      This paper provides a heuristic to minimize the idle time of the busiest processor in a system in which the number of modules to be executed by every processor has been predetermined for a given precedence graph. Except ...
    • Task-Oriented Representation of Asynchronous Interfaces 

      Siochi, Antonio C.; Hartson, H. Rex (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1988-05-01), TR-88-42
      A simple, task-oriented notation for describing user actions in asynchronous user interfaces is introduced. This User Action Notation (UAN) allows the easy association of actions with feedback and system state changes as ...
    • Taskmaster: An Interactive, Graphical Environment for Task Specification, Execution and Monitoring 

      Arthur, James D.; Raghu, K. S. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1989), TR-89-15
      Taskmaster is an interactive environment that employs a unique blend of graphic technologies and iconic images to support user task specification. In this environment, problem solving is based on the selection, specification, ...
    • A Taxonomical Review of Object-Oriented Simulation Model Verification and Validation Techniques 

      Unknown author (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1998-03-01), TR-98-06
      The goal of this paper is to provide a taxonomical review of verification and validation (V&V) techniques for assessing the accuracy of object-oriented simulation models and to present guidelines for the selection of the ...
    • A Taxonomy for the Evaluation of Computer Documentation 

      Stevens, K. Todd; Arthur, James D.; Nance, Richard E. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1988), TR-88-38
      The evaluation of software documentation is a key issue in the more general framework of evaluating products of a software development process. The research described in this report focuses on (1) a general taxonomy of ...
    • A Taxonomy for the Syntax and Semantics of Programs 

      Lee, John A. N. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1975), CS75013-R
      A comparison is made between the competence and performance models of Chomsky and the two elements of syntax proposed by McCarthy. These concepts are then expanded over utterances in natural languages and programs from ...
    • TBAL: Tunnel FET-Based Adiabatic Logic for Energy-Efficient, Ultra-Low Voltage IoT Applications 

      Liu, Jheng-Sin; Clavel, Michael B.; Hudait, Mantu K. (IEEE, 2019-01-07)
      A novel, tunnel field-effect transistor (TFET)-based adiabatic logic (TBAL) circuit topology has been proposed, evaluated and benchmarked with several device architectures (planar MOSFET, FinFET, and TFET) and AL implementations ...
    • Teaching Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Learning Barriers and Classroom Strategies 

      Richter, David M.; Paretti, Marie C.; McNair, Lisa D. (ASEE, 2009)
      Educators have known for some time that simply putting students in teams is not sufficient to teach teamwork; instead, students need explicit instruction and guidance in teaming to work effectively. A similar principle ...
    • Teaching Protection in Computing: A Research-oriented Graduate Course 

      Hartson, H. Rex (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1983), CS83002-R
      This paper describes a graduate course entitled "Protection in Computing" given at Virginia Tech. The course emphasizes selected computer Science and research aspects of protection. Following a general course description, ...
    • Technical note: Simulating chemical systems in Fortran90 and Matlab with the Kinetic PreProcessor KPP-2.1 

      Sandu, Adrian; Sander, Rolf (Copernicus Publications, 2006-01-01)
      This paper presents the new version 2.1 of the Kinetic PreProcessor (KPP). Taking a set of chemical reactions and their rate coefficients as input, KPP generates Fortran90, Fortran77, Matlab, or C code for the temporal ...
    • A Technique for Hiding Proprietary Details While Providing Sufficient Information for Researchers or Do You Recognize This Well-Known Algorithm? 

      Henry, Sallie M. (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1986-05-01), TR-86-38
      A major problem facing software engineering researchers is the difficulty of performing validation experiments requiring "real-world" data. This data may be composed of the requirements document, design descriptions, source ...
    • Telescoping Architectures: A Methodology for Evaluating Next-Generation Heterogeneous Computing 

      Krommydas, Konstantinos; Feng, Wu-chun (Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2016-05-13), TR-16-02
      Architectural innovation has telescoped the HPC community from the commodity (Beowulf) cluster in a machine room, i.e., a multi-node system with Ethernet interconnect, to a commodity cluster on a chip, i.e., multicore CPU ...