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Water is unique in that it exists in several different identifiable amorphous forms, low-density amorphous (LDA), high-density amorphous (HDA) and very-high-density amorphous (VHDA), with a density difference of 33% between LDA and VHDA1,2,3,4. Several metastable amorphous forms have also been observed at various pressures and temperatures5,6. It has been proposed that LDA and HDA are glassy forms of low-density liquid (LDL) and high-density liquid (HDL), respectively, in a liquid-liquid transition scenario1,7,8,9,10, if these liquids would exist as distinct phases. There are many crystalline phases that resemble some of the amorphous forms, but much higher density ices can also be formed under pressure; e.g., ice VII has a density 74% higher than hexagonal ice Ih11. All of these forms of crystalline ice phases formed at modestly high pressures, as well as amorphous or glassy water, typically have structures in which there is an inward collapse of the 2nd coordination shell. Similarly, water under pressure at room temperature responds through a continuous collapse of the 2nd shell with increasing pressure12 where the extrapolated pair-correlation function (PCF) of HDL water has a broad 2nd-shell distribution in between those of HDA and VHDA2; a similar structural rearrangement has been observed in simulations of water in silica nano-confinement13. Water thus seems to have the ability to exhibit rather dramatic structural differences with a large range of densities and only minor differences in enthalpy1. Here we demonstrate that it is possible to generate an extremely compressed HDL-like form of water at ambient conditions at the BaF2(111)/water interface, which acts as the pressurizing medium.
Compressed sensing (CS) enables people to acquire the compressed measurements directly and recover sparse or compressible signals faithfully even when the sampling rate is much lower than the Nyquist rate. However, the pure random sensing matrices usually require huge memory for storage and high computational cost for signal reconstruction. Many structured sensing matrices have been proposed recently to simplify the sensing scheme and the hardware implementation in practice. Based on the restricted isometry property and coherence, couples of existing structured sensing matrices are reviewed in this paper, which have special structures, high recovery performance, and many advantages such as the simple construction, fast calculation and easy hardware implementation. The number of measurements and the universality of different structure matrices are compared.
Kezhi Li is now a research assistant in the Automatic Complex Communication Networks, Signal and Systems Centre, School of Electrical Engineering at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. He received his PhD in the Imperial College London in 2013. His research interests include signal processing, compressed sensing and its applications in communication, system identification and tomography.
To target Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and Windows 7, install an older WDK and an older version of Visual Studio either on the same machine or on a separate machine. For links to older kits, see Other WDK downloads.
When you install Visual Studio 2022, select the Desktop development with C++ workload. The Windows 11, version 22H2 Software Development Kit (SDK) that is compatible with the Windows 11, version 22H2 WDK is not included in Visual Studio. Please use the SDK download link in step 2 below.
This tutorial illustrates how to compress a video file for the web on a Windows machine. The sample file I used to compress was called WL-Video.wmv and its original size was 39.0 MB. After compression the file size was down to 4.40 MB. The compressed video format is MP4 as it is the most supported video format on the web. Depending on your original video file, following the instructions in the tutorial, the file size may still be reduced if your video file is already MP4 format.
5. In Handbrake, under Destination you can decide where the compressed file is saved by clicking Browse. By default, it is saved in the same folder where the original file is. You can change to other location if necessary. You are required to provide a name for the compressed file.
8. Click Start to compress the video. The green Start button will become red Stop button until the compression is complete. When it is back to green. You are ready to view the compressed video. The original video file was reduced from 39.0MB to 4.40MB. The compressing process for this small file took around 20 seconds. If it is a very large file, it can take much longer to compress.
The zlib compressBound() function in zlib 1.2.11 returns a slightly higher estimate of the buffer size required to compress a given length of bytes than it did in zlib version 1.2.3. The compressBound() function is called by InnoDB functions that determine the maximum row size permitted when creating compressed InnoDB tables or inserting and updating rows in compressed InnoDB tables. As a result, CREATE TABLE ... ROW_FORMAT=COMPRESSED, INSERT, and UPDATE operations with row sizes very close to the maximum row size that were successful in earlier releases could now fail. To avoid this issue, test CREATE TABLE statements for compressed InnoDB tables with large rows on a MySQL 8.0 test instance prior to upgrading. (WL #10551)
The inclusion of SDI data in tablespace files increases tablespace file size. An SDI record requires a single index page, which is 16KB in size by default. However, SDI data is compressed when it is stored to reduce the storage footprint. (WL #9538)
InnoDB now uses Variance-Aware Transaction Scheduling (VATS) for scheduling the release of transaction locks when the system is highly loaded, which helps reduce lock sys wait mutex contention. Lock scheduling uses VATS when >= 32 threads are suspended in the lock wait queue.
GORE GR Sheet Gasketing has the chemical resistance of conventional PTFE sheet gasketing without the creep and cold flow commonly associated with that material. GORE GR Sheet Gasketing is stronger and more dimensionally stable than other ePTFE gaskets. It is highly conformable to rough or irregular sealing surfaces, and compresses into an extremely tough gasket that creates a tight, long-lasting seal.
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Watch this video for a detailed guide on how to stop and download data stored on your USB data logger and how to make the most out of the analysis features included in Lascar's EasyLog graphing software.
Data is downloaded in EasyLog software in graphical format. Run your cursor over the graph to see time and date stamped logs. Export all data to Excel for further analysis or view average statistics over a period of time using the EasyLog Summary Report.
Several systematic reviews and meta-analyses have established the usefulness of water-soluble contrast agents in the diagnostic work-up of ASBO [62,63,64]. If the contrast has not reached the colon on an abdominal X-ray taken 24 h following administration of the contrast, this is highly indicative of failure of non-operative management. Multiple studies have shown that the use of water-soluble contrast agents accurately predicts the need for surgery and reduces hospital stay [62, 63]. Some authors also suggest that water-soluble contrast studies reduce the need for surgery, which is attributed to an active therapeutic role of the contrast [62, 63].
The presence of extracranial fibers arising from meningeal nociceptors, and the demonstration of extracranial pathology in the form of inflammation, may address the question as to why centrally-directed treatment for migraine are so often ineffective. The standard pharmacological treatment for CM or CTTH has traditionally been centrally acting agents that reduce neuronal excitability, such as anti-convulsants and anti-depressants ; however, adherence to such treatment regimens is low, indicating low efficacy, at least for some patients [16, 17]. Similarly, behavioral interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, while highly effective for some individuals [18, 19], often do not provide adequate and prolonged headache reduction. As a result of inadequate efficacy of these centrally-directed treatments, several treatments directed at the extracranial portion of the head and neck have been increasingly incorporated into the practice of headache medicine over the last decade. Such treatments include occipital nerve blocks , trigger point injections , botulinum toxin injections , and more recently, the use of monoclonal antibodies targeting the calcitonin gene related peptide pathway acting mostly outside of the blood-brain barrier .
Detailed cadaver studies have shown several candidate areas for compression of the ONs along their paths through the posterior cervical muscles and fascia. The GON may be compressed at one or more of many locations: between the semispinalis and the inferior oblique muscle; at the entry to the semispinalis capitis muscle; at the exit from the semispinalis capitis muscle; at the entrance to the trapezius muscle; the exit from the trapezius; at the fascial insertion of the trapezius at the occipital ridge; and by the occipital artery at the distal location of the nerve above the skull base . The lesser occipital nerve (LON) may be compressed by the fascial attachment of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, by branches of the occipital artery, and by fascial bands . At this time, there are not adequate imaging techniques available to image the full scope of the compression sites of the lesser and greater ONs; while segments of the GON may be visualized with ultrasound , as well as the morphologic changes caused by compression within the semispinalis capitis muscle , it is not possible to visualize the nerve in its entirety to allow determination of all the sites of compression.