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Localization and orientation in biology and engineering

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orientation (Physiology) -- Congresses.,
  • Biological control systems -- Congresses.,
  • Bioengineering -- Congresses.,
  • Guidance systems (Flight) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by D. Varjú and H.-U. Schnitzler.
    SeriesProceedings in life sciences
    ContributionsVarjú, Dezsö., Schnitzler, H.-U.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP443
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21340713M
    ISBN 100387127410

    3. Controlling membrane protein targeting, folding, insertion and orientation in the membrane. Strategies for engineering membrane proteins rely on their functional expression. To ensure function, proper targeting and orientation are as important as the control of expression by: 1. The asymmetric nature of single-molecule (SM) dipole emission patterns limits the accuracy of position determination in localization-based super-resolution fluorescence microscopy. The degree of mislocalization depends highly on the rotational mobility of SMs; only for SMs rotating within a cone half angle α > 60° can mislocalization errors be bounded to ≤10 by:

    An improved magnetic localization and orientation algorithm for wireless capsule endoscope Abstract: In this paper, we propose a novel localization algorithm for tracking a magnet inside the capsule endoscope by 3-axis magnetic sensors array. In most cases, precise spatial localization to the tissue of interest is critical for informative in vivo MRS. For 1 H MRS, a wide variety of methods have been employed to achieve either single-voxel or multi-voxel localization. 1 Because of the short T 2 s and large spectral width relative to 1 H MRS, the choices are fewer for 31 P MRS in.

    Its orientation in the ER membrane fixes the reading frame for the insertion of subsequent transmembrane segments. If the first transmembrane segment is oriented with its n-terminus in the cytosol, even-numbered segments will act as stop-transfer signals, and odd-numbered segments will act as start-transfer signals. Factors affecting auditory localization and situational awareness in the urban battlefield Article (PDF Available) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.


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Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering. Editors: Varju, D., Schnitzler, H.-U. (Eds.) Free Preview. Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-XV. PDF. here in detail the common principles which are used by nature and by engineers to solve the problems associated with localization and orientation, since the reader will find enough examples in this volume.

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Get this from a library. Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering. [D Varjú; H -U Schnitzler] -- The German Society of Cybernetics organizes international conferences on selected interdisciplinary topics in regular 3-year intervals.

The aim of these meetings is. Käs G. () Signal Extraction and Target Detection for Localization by Radar. In: Varjú D., Schnitzler HU. (eds) Localization and Orientation in Biology and : G. Käs. Computation of Motion and Position in the Visual System of the Fly (Musca): Experiments with Uniform Stimulation.

In Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering (pp. Heidelberg, Germany: by: 8. Starker S. () The Application of Spread Spectrum Techniques in Satellite Orbit Determination and Navigation Systems.

In: Varjú D., Schnitzler HU. (eds) Localization and Orientation in Biology and : S. Starker. A Practical Guide to Localization was written for technical translators, localization engineers, testing engineers, desktop publishers, project managers, and anyone else who may be involved in the release of multilingual this second edition, translators can learn more about localizing software, online help and documentation files, and the latest translation technology by: Prakash, N.

and Spelman, F. [] "Localization of a magnetic marker for GI motility studies: An in vitro feasibility study," Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Chicago, IL.

USA. Google ScholarCited by: Ehret G., Dreyer A. () Sound Localization in the Horizontal Plane by the House Mouse (Mus musculus). In: Varjú D., Schnitzler HU. In: Varjú D., Schnitzler HU.

(eds) Localization and Orientation in Biology and by: 1. Derived on the basis of the classical pinhole camera model and principles of perspective geometry, the proposed algorithm estimates the camera position and orientation successively.

It provides a convenient self-localization tool for mobile robots and vehicles equipped with onboard cameras. We investigate the cooperative effect of molecular tilt and defocus on fluorophore localization by centroid calculation in far-field superresolution microscopy based on stochastic single molecule switching.

If tilt angle and defocus are unknown, the localization contains systematic errors up to about ± nm. When imaging rotation-impaired fluorophores of unknown random orientation, the Cited by: The past decade has witnessed an explosion in the use of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy methods in biology and other fields.

Single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) is one of the most widespread of these methods and owes its success in large part to the ability to control the on–off state of fluorophores through various chemical, photochemical, or binding–unbinding Cited by: Passive positioning systems with a small aperture array exhibit poor accuracy of target estimation under strong interference in near-field environments.

To improve this accuracy, we propose a novel cross localization algorithm for direction-finding using the orientation angle. Improved geometric and numerical target-positioning models are constructed after analyzing the mechanism of the Author: Penghao Xu, Bing Yan.

Transcription control engineering and applications in synthetic biology. simple systems will lead to the creation of transcription tools for these organisms and find use in both metabolic engineering and synthetic biology applications. ; an understanding of gene positioning, order, and orientation Cited by: Real-time vehicle localization (i.e., position and orientation estimation in the world coordinate system) with high accuracy is the fundamental function of an intelligent vehicle (IV) system.

In the process of commercialization of IVs, many car manufacturers attempt to avoid high-cost sensor systems (e.g., RTK GNSS and LiDAR) in favor of low-cost optical sensors such as cameras. The same cost. Acoustic localization of sound waves in nature is possible in that different incoming signals are received by two ears and then processed.

The intensity, phases, and differences in tone allow the radial distance, angle in the horizontal plane, the radial velocity and the horizontal angular velocity to be by: 1. The sensor localization problem can be formalized using distance and orientation constraints, typically in 3D. Local methods can be used to refine an initial location estimation, but in many cases such estimation is not available and a method able to determine all the feasible solutions from scratch is necessary.

Unfortunately, existing methods able to find all the solutions in distance space Cited by: 4. from book Localization and Orientation in Biology and Engineering (pp) Localization of Water Surface Waves with the Lateral Line System in the Clawed Toad (Xenopus laevis Daudin) Chapter.

The design of the in vivo localization constructs used in this work was based on the C2 transformation construct previously used by Kilian et al. ().The selection marker gene sh ble conferring resistance to Zeocin TM is expressed under control of the VCP2 bidirectional promoter and VCP1 terminator.

At the opposite end of the bidirectional VCP2 promoter, the localization constructs, either Cited by:. The neural network receives visual input from an event-based camera and uses this information to correct the on-chip spiking neurons estimate of the robot's orientation.

This system can be easily integrated with other localization and mapping components on chip and is a step towards a fully neuromorphic by: 6.Biology.

Localization of function, locating psychological functions in the brain or nervous system; see Linguistic intelligence; Localization of sensation, ability to tell what part of the body is affected by touch or other sensation; see Allochiria; Neurologic localization, in neurology, the process of deducing the location of injury based on symptoms and neurological examination.1.

Author(s): Varjú,Dezsö,; Schnitzler,H-U,; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kybernetik. Title(s): Localization and orientation in biology and engineering.