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  • Rios, Cristian (Chris) (2022-05)
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one of the most common neurological diseases is epilepsy with over 50 million people globally diagnosed to date. Epilepsy is defined as a chronic noncommunicable disease ...
  • Nesseem, Caren (2022-05)
  • De Marzi, Laura; Peixoto, Nathalia (2022-05)
    The second most common cause of death in the world is cerebrovascular accident or stroke, and rehabilitation plays an important role to help the survivors of such accidents. Rehabilitation exercises are essential to ...
  • Dunn, Bryce (2021)
    Brain-computer interface (BCI) paradigms have existed for decades to improve communication and technological control. Electroencephalography (EEG) represents one of the most common non-invasive approaches toward recording ...
  • Scavotto, Zakariyya (2022-11)
    With the growth of music streaming, both for pleasure and other applications, such as music therapy, being able to understand how music makes someone feel has increased in importance. The goal of this study was twofold: ...
  • Kahn, Zehra (2022-05)
    Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a widespread problem throughout the United States with no shortage of treatments. Psilocybin, a serotonin agonist, is treatment for MDD that showed great potential but wasn’t explored ...
  • Kamath, Uday; De Jong, Kenneth; Shehu, Amarda (Public Library of Science, 2014-07-17)
    Background Many open problems in bioinformatics involve elucidating underlying functional signals in biological sequences. DNA sequences, in particular, are characterized by rich architectures in which functional signals ...
  • Alex, Albin (2021)
    Pheochromocytoma cells, or PC12s, are a cell line used for neuroscience research. Even though these cells are derived from a rat adrenal medulla tumor, these cells mimic and behave similar to neurons. To further model these ...
  • Asuagbor, Alesazem (2022)
    When prosthetics are developed, they are created for traumatic amputees to restore quality of life so they can live as they did before their limb loss. However, for an individual with congenital amputation — an underdeveloped ...
  • Powell, Walter A.; Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond; Adelman, Leonard; Johnson, Ryan; Dorgan, Shiloh; Hieb, Micheal; Braswell, Kenneth; Powers, Michael (2010-04-20)
    Geospatial Reasoning has been an essential aspect of military planning since the invention of cartography. Geospatial Digital Support Products (GDSPs) are ubiquitous within current military forces as well as civil and ...
  • Powell, Walter A.; Laskey, Kathryn Blackmond; Adelman, Leonard; Johnson, Ryan; Altenau, Michael; Goldstein, Andrew; Visone, Daniel; Braswell, Kenneth (Proceeding of 14th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, 2009-06)
    How does the underlying data affect the ability of warfighters to derive useful information and make decisions? The Army Topographic Engineering Center (TEC) and GMU endeavor to shed light on this question with the third ...
  • LaToza, Thomas D.; Arab, Maryam; Loksa, Dastyni; Ko, Amy J. (Empirical Software Engineering, 2020-03-07)
    Software developers solve a diverse and wide range of problems. While software engineering research often focuses on tools to support this problem solving, the strategies that developers use to solve problems are at least ...
  • Beaini, Fayez (2021)
    Neurodegenerative diseases affect the nervous system of the body, ultimately disturbing movement and or mental function where Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form [1]. Brain-computer interface (BCI) is a ...
  • Chekuri, Rohit Varma; Wilkinson, Brady; Xuan, Bach Le (2021-04-28)
    Though everyone was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in their own ways, some suffered harder financial loss than others. Smaller-sized businesses that once thrived from crowds of people faced a sudden disappearance in ...
  • Matthews, Justin (2022-08)
    Object detection is a form of machine learning that utilizes computer vision and deep learning techniques. It can be used to identify targeted objects in images and videos with precise accuracy. For detecting hand gestures, ...
  • Alshabana, Ghadah (2021-04-28)
    Coronavirus can be transmitted through the air in close proximity to infected persons. Commercial aircraft is a likely way to both transmit the virus among passengers and move the virus between locations. Our team utilized ...
  • Fredriksz, Madeline (2021)
    Over a billion individuals worldwide suffer from neuropsychiatric disorders, many of which are resistant to traditional medications and therapy. Both invasive and non-invasive electrical stimulation have emerged as promising ...
  • Rabbat, Nada (2022-05-12)
    The open-access sEMG dataset [2] is utilized to classify hand motor movements to the respective gesture they represent, using machine learning approaches. This is done as a prospective benchmark for fast and efficient ...
  • O'Shea, Bailey (2020)
    A novelty to counter neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or peripheral nerve injury (PNI) has been in high demand for the past century. Alzheimer’s disease is a well-known disorder that causes nerve tissue to ...
  • Teh, Bloti (2021-04-28)
    Quality of life depends on the physical and mental health of the individual, the degree of independence, the social relationship with the environment, and other factors. The as- sessment of the quality of life is based on ...

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