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  1. Topology reveals universal features for network comparison

    Maugis, P-AG; Olhede, SC; Wolfe, PJ
    The topology of any complex system is key to understanding its structure and function. Fundamentally, algebraic topology guarantees that any system represented by a network can be understood through its closed paths. The length of each path provides a notion of scale, which is vitally important in characterizing dominant modes of system behavior. Here, by combining topology with scale, we prove the existence of universal features which reveal the dominant scales of any network. We use these features to compare several canonical network types in the context of a social media discussion which evolves through the sharing of rumors, leaks...

  2. What could keep young people away from alcohol and cigarettes? Findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

    Cable, N; Roman Mella, MF; Kelly, Y

  3. Responsibility to Protect and the Coercive Enforcement of Human Rights

    Engstrom, P; Pegram, T

  4. Regional Human Rights Governance: The Case of the Inter-American Human Rights System

    Engstrom, P

  5. Brazil: Human Rights in the Foreign Policy of an Emerging Power

    Engstrom, P

  6. Brazilian Post-Transitional Justice and the Inter-American Human Rights System

    Engstrom, P

  7. Access and response to direct antiviral agents (DAA) in HIV-HCV co-infected patients in Italy: Data from the Icona cohort.

    d'Arminio Monforte, A; Cozzi-Lepri, A; Ceccherini-Silberstein, F; De Luca, A; Lo Caputo, S; Castagna, A; Mussini, C; Cingolani, A; Tavelli, A; Shanyinde, M; Gori, A; Girardi, E; Andreoni, M; Antinori, A; Puoti, M; Icona Foundation and HepaIcona Study Group,
    BACKGROUND: Real-life data on access and response to direct antiviral agents (DAA) in HIV-HCV coinfected individuals are lacking. METHODS: HCV viremic, HIV-positive patients from Icona and Hepaicona cohorts naïve to DAA by January 2013 were included. Access and predictors of starting DAA were evaluated. Switches of antiretroviral drugs at starting DAA were described. We calculated sustained virological response (SVR12) in those reaching 12 weeks after end-of-treatment (EOT), and defined treatment failure (TF) as discontinuation of DAA before EOT or non-SVR12. Statistical analyses included Kaplan-Meier curves, univariable and multivariable analyses evaluating predictors of access to DAA and of treatment outcome (non-SVR...

  8. ETV6-RUNX1 targets a developmentally restricted embryonic human B-myeloid progenitor

    Richardson, SE; Boiers, C; Zriwil, A; Turati, VA; Brown, J; Wang, D; Herrero, J; Karlsson, S; Smith, A; Jacobsen, SE; Enver, T

  9. Reputation Management in Children on the Autism Spectrum

    Cage, E; Bird, G; Pellicano, E
    © 2016, The Author(s).Being able to manage reputation is an important social skill, but it is unclear whether autistic children can manage reputation. This study investigated whether 33 autistic children matched to 33 typical children could implicitly or explicitly manage reputation. Further, we examined whether cognitive processes—theory of mind, social motivation, inhibitory control and reciprocity—contribute to reputation management. Results showed that neither group implicitly managed reputation, and there was no group difference in explicit reputation management. Results suggested different mechanisms contribute to reputation management in these groups—social motivation in typical children and reciprocity in autistic children. Explicit reputation management is...

  10. Supporting Children With Severe-to-Profound Learning Difficulties and Complex Communication Needs to Make Their Views Known

    Greathead, S; Yates, R; Hill, V; Kenny, L; Croydon, A; Pellicano, E

  11. SSBI Mitigation and the Kramers-Kronig Scheme in Single-Sideband Direct-Detection Transmission With Receiver-Based Electronic Dispersion Compensation

    Li, Z; Erkilinc, MS; Shi, K; Sillekens, E; Galdino, L; Thomsen, BC; Bayvel, P; Killey, RI

  12. An advantageous proposition

    Patrizio Gunning, L
    When in 1820 consul Henry Salt offered to sell Egyptian antiquities, including the Seti sarcophagus, to the British Museum, the British government was unprepared for the substantial investment required. The subsequent acquisition of the sarcophagus by John Soane was the catalyst in changing the government attitude to collecting antiquities for the national museum. The acceptance of a proposal made in 1835 by Giovanni D’Athanasi to excavate in Egypt turned the government from a passive recipient into an active collector of antiquities for its museum. These episodes provide insights into the mechanisms by which the British Museum’s collection was established. They...

  13. Computerised interpretation of fetal heart rate during labour (INFANT): a randomised controlled trial

    Brocklehurst, P; Johns, N; Johnston, T; Barnfield, G; Davies, K; Johnson, M; Patterson, H; Montague, I; Watmore, S; Stolton, A; Parisaei, M; McGhee, N; Segovia, S; Martindale, E; Jackson, H; Holleran, J; Roberts, D; Holt, S; Dragovic, B; Willmott-Powell, M; Hutchinson, L; Toth, B; Chandler, G; Ridley, S; Bugg, G; Molnar, A; Lochrie, D; Connor, J; Howe, D; Head, K; Wellstead, S; Mathers, A; Walker, L; Crawford, I; Davies, D; Garner, Z; Galloway, L; Bugg, G; Davies, Y; Smith, C; Perkins, G; Geary, M; Walsh, F; Nagle, U; Martindale, E; Jackson, H; O'Malley, L; Katakam, N; White, H; Tanton, E; Hamilton, R; Glanowski, H; Forde, E; Mathers, A; MacDonald, C; Mckay, L; Edoziern, L; Doran, P; Dillon, J; Taylor, C; Evans, P; Miller, V; Wayne, C; Tebbutt, J; Hendy, E; O'Brien, P; Subair, S; Dent, H; Mallet, C; Quenby, S; Hillen, J; Young, P; Harrison, T; Wood, L; Arya, R; Roughley, L; Sorinola, O; Rogers, C; Phipps, J

  14. Impact of the Ability to Divide Attention on Reading Performance in Glaucoma.

    Swenor, BK; Varadaraj, V; Dave, P; West, SK; Rubin, GS; Ramulu, PY
    Purpose: To determine if the ability to divide attention affects the relationship between glaucoma-related vision loss and reading speed. Methods: Better eye mean deviation (MD), contrast sensitivity (CS), and better-eye distance visual acuity (VA) were measured in 28 participants with glaucoma and 21 controls. Reading speeds were assessed using MNRead, IRest, and sustained silent reading tests (words per minute, wpm). The ability to divide attention was measured using the Brief Test of Attention (BTA; scored 0-10). Multivariable linear regression models were used to determine the relationship between visual factors and reading speeds. Effect modification by BTA score (low BTA: <7;...

  15. Systemic and ocular fluid compounds as potential biomarkers in age-related macular degeneration

    Kersten, E; Paun, CC; Schellevis, RL; Hoyng, CB; Delcourt, C; Lengyel, I; Peto, T; Ueffing, M; Klaver, CCW; Dammeier, S; den Hollander, AI; de Jong, EK

  16. Managing our TEMPER: Monitoring triggers and site matching algorithms for defining triggered and control sites in the TEMPER study

    Diaz Montana, C; Choudhury, R; Cragg, W; Joffe, N; Tappenden, N; Sydes, MR; Stenning, S
    Background The TEMPER study (results submitted separately) evaluates the use of trial-specific triggered site monitoring, where centrally collected data inform the choice of which sites should undergo monitoring visits. It compared findings at triggered monitoring visits to findings at visits to matched, untriggered control sites that would not otherwise have been visited. Three multi-centre cancer trials at the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL participated in the TEMPER Study. The TEMPER management system To meet the specified requirements, we developed a data management system to allow: 1) the extraction of tailored trigger data from the participating trials’ databases – these...

  17. Language play in the narrative writing of 9–11-year-olds

    Burrell, A; Beard, R
    © 2017 ASPEThere has been little research into ‘language play’, the manipulation of language for enjoyment, in children’s narrative writing. The unprompted language play of 36 children was investigated in their writing of an imaginative story. The sample comprised three attainment sub-groups from a larger repeat-design quantitative study of writing development in the 9–11 age range. A total of 71 stories were further analysed, using qualitative methods derived from the relevant literature. Extensive use of language play was evident, as well as some stylistic differences between the sub-groups. The findings suggest that children’s propensity for manipulating the forms, meanings and...

  18. Preface

    Bettin, P; Khaw, PT

  19. Mapping electrochemical activity in solid oxide fuel cells

    Heenan, TMM; Brett, DJL; Shearing, PR

  20. Assessment of the equivalence of a generic to a branded femoral stem

    Hothi, H; Henckel, J; Shearing, P; Holme, T; Cerquiglini, A; Di Laura, A; Atrey, A; Skinner, J; Hart, A

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