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Algorithms for predicting the secondary structure of pairs and combinatorial sets of nucleic acid strands

Andronescu, Mirela Ştefania (2003)
Publisher: The University of British Columbia
Secondary structure prediction of nucleic acid molecules is a very important problem in computational molecular biology. In this thesis we introduce two new algorithms for: (1) secondary structure prediction of pairs of nucleic acid molecules (PairFold), and (2) finding which sequences, formed from a combinatorial set of nucleic acid strands, have the most stable secondary structures (CombFold). Our algorithms run in polynomial time in the sequences lengths and are extensions of the free ener...

Clinical Reasoning in Dentistry

Khatami, Shiva (2010)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
Background: Clinical reasoning is the core competency of healthcare. It involves cognition and interaction with the environment to understand clinical situations, make diagnostic and therapeutic decisions, and address clinical problems. Defining competency in clinical reasoning is a difficult objective for dental educators because of our limited understanding of this phenomenon which compromises the validity of any curricular model and assessment method that have been used to date. Objectives...

Fast secure virtualization for the ARM platform

Ferstay, Daniel R. (2006)
Publisher: The University of British Columbia
In recent years, powerful handheld computing devices such as personal digital assistants and mobile smart phones have become ubiquitous in home and office environments. Advancements in handheld device hardware have driven the development of the software that runs on them. As these devices become more powerful, increasingly connected, and the tasks performed by their operating systems more complex there is a need for virtual machine monitors. Virtual machine monitors such as the Xen hypervisor...

Pigeons’ memory for event duration

Spetch, Marcia Louise (1981)
Publisher: The University of British Columbia
Pigeon's working memory for event duration was investigated using variations of the delayed matching to sample procedure. When a retention interval of variable length was interposed between the sample and comparison stimuli, pigeons responded as though a long-duration sample had been short after retention intervals of 10 sec or greater. This "choose short" effect occurred reliably in each subject, regardless of whether the subject was naive or experienced, whether the sample durations were re...

The dynamic response of timber shear walls

Dolan, James Daniel (1989)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
This thesis describes three numerical models, developed by the author, that predict the behavior of timber shear walls. Two of the models have been implemented in finite element programs. One program predicts the static behavior of shear walls and the other predicts the dynamic response to earthquakes. Both programs incorporate 1) the ability to predict the ultimate load capacity of the walls, 2) the effects of bearing between adjacent sheathing panels, 3) the effects of bending in the sheath...

UAM:Ento:142986 - Caurinus tlagu

D. S. Sikes & J. Stockbridge (2013)
Publisher: University of Alaska Museum

Effects of an acute bout of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on motor learning and neuroplasticity.

Snow, Nicholas Jacob (2015)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
Aerobic exercise has been promoted as a possible adjunct therapy to neurorehabilitation practice, given its positive effects on brain health. In healthy young adults, acute high-intensity cycling can enhance motor performance and learning of a complex motor task, and promote neuroplasticity in the motor system. However, clinical populations may not be able to participate in high-intensity exercise. To date there is inconsistent evidence for the efficacy of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise ...

A correlation of anaerobic methane oxidizing archaea with geochemical gradients in coastal Californian marine sediments

Constan, Lea (2009)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
The anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) is a globally important process estimated to consume over 384.2 teragrams of the greenhouse gas methane in sediments per year. At least three anaerobic methane oxidizing archaeal groups, ANME-1, -2, -3, which further partition into subgroups, have been implicated in this process. However, none of these organisms have been isolated in pure culture and the ecological and functional dynamics of AOM remain poorly understood. The ANME express a homologue of...

Seventh Annual Report

Vancouver School Board (1909)
Publisher: Vancouver : [Unknown]

Using line and ellipse features for rectification of broadcast hockey video

Gupta, Ankur (2010)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
To use hockey broadcast videos for automatic game analysis, we need to compensate for camera viewpoint and motion. This can be done by using features on the rink to estimate the homography between the observed rink and a geometric model of the rink, as specified in the appropriate rule book (top down view of the rink). However, occlusion due to players, wide range of camera motion and frames with few reliable key-points pose a significant challenge for robustness and accuracy of the solution....