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The Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2018, Cutting Edge: Optimising the Journey for Older Surgical Patients, International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia, Wednesday, 27 June 2018 - Friday, 29 June 2018.


Detecting trends in academic research from a citation network using network representation learning.

Several network features and information retrieval methods have been proposed to elucidate the structure of citation networks and to detect important nodes. However, it is difficult to retrieve information related to trends in an academic field and to detect cutting-edge areas from the citation network. In this paper, we propose a novel framework that detects the trend as the growth direction of a citation network using network representation learning(NRL). We presume that the linear growth of citation netw...

A Tale of Two Visual Systems: Invariant and Adaptive Visual Information Representations in the Primate Brain.

Visual information processing contains two opposite needs. There is both a need to comprehend the richness of the visual world and a need to extract only pertinent visual information to guide thoughts and behavior at a given moment. I argue that these two aspects of visual processing are mediated by two complementary visual systems in the primate brain-specifically, the occipitotemporal cortex (OTC) and the posterior parietal cortex (PPC). The role of OTC in visual processing has been documented extensively...


Anesthesiology at the Cutting Edge.

Optimizing polypectomy practice: more cutting-edge research needed.

Cutting edge technology in dermatology: virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

Cutting Edge Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Approaches Are Bringing Precision Medicine and Nutrition to a New Era.

Subpixel Edge Localization Based on Adaptive Weighting of Gradients.

This paper presents a subpixel edge localization method based on the adaptive weighting of gradients (AWG). The method first finds the optimal power factors to be used by the AWG through an error propagation scheme. Then, with the goal of fast implementation of the method, a process that directly relates the edge width to the optimal powers is proposed. A method that uses the squared weighting of gradients (SWG) is also proposed, which applies a power of 2 to the gradients of an edge profile to calculate th...

Distributed Adaptive Tracking Synchronization for Coupled Reaction-Diffusion Neural Network.

This paper considers the tracking synchronization problem for a class of coupled reaction-diffusion neural networks (CRDNNs) with undirected topology. For the case where the tracking trajectory has identical individual dynamic as that of the network nodes, the edge-based and vertex-based adaptive strategies on coupling strengths as well as adaptive controllers, which demand merely the local neighbor information, are proposed to synchronize the CRDNNs to the tracking trajectory. To reduce the control costs, ...

Prevalence of HIV infection, access to HIV care, and response to antiretroviral therapy among partners of HIV-infected individuals in Thailand.

Health care providers usually focus on index HIV-infected patients and seldom obtain information from their partners. We aimed to determine HIV-preventative measures among couples, the prevalence of HIV infection, and treatment outcomes of partners.

Experience and Ethics at the "Cutting Edge": Lessons From Maternal-Fetal Surgery for Uterine Transplantation.

Storytelling as Adaptive Collective Sensemaking.

Storytelling represents a key element in the creation and propagation of culture. Three main accounts of the adaptive function of storytelling include (a) manipulating the behavior of the audience to enhance the fitness of the narrator, (b) transmitting survival-relevant information while avoiding the costs involved in the first-hand acquisition of that information, and (c) maintaining social bonds or group-level cooperation. We assess the substantial evidence collected in experimental and ethnographic stud...

Design and models of helical needle geometries for core biopsies.

Biopsy needles are standard medical devices for extracting biological tissue with the purpose of diagnosing a specific anomaly such as cancerous masses, or lumps. The outcome of these procedures greatly relies on the quality of the samples which, in turn, depends on the forces acting on the needle during its insertion. In this scenario, the design of the needle tip plays a fundamental role in determining the cutting forces. Yet, since the dawn of modern medicine, only a few studies have proposed novel needl...

Impact of psychophysiological stress-response systems on psychological development: Moving beyond the single biomarker approach.

This Special Section showcases cutting-edge, theory-driven research, which elucidates how multiple physiologic stress-response systems and neural networks that support social behavior operate together to affect psychological processes across from infancy to adolescence. The 8 papers included in the Special Section represent cutting-edge efforts to understand how multiple physiological systems jointly influence behavior. They raise new questions, highlight issues that remain unresolved, and suggest additiona...

Speckle noise reduction in digital speckle pattern interferometric fringes by nonlocal means and its related adaptive kernel-based methods.

Digital speckle pattern interferometry (DSPI) is widely used in many scientific and industrial applications. Besides its several advantages, one of the basic problems encountered in DSPI is the undesired speckle noise existing in the fringe pattern. In this paper, we demonstrate the performance of nonlocal means (NLM) and its related adaptive kernel-based filtering methods for speckle noise reduction in DSPI fringes. The NLM filter and its related kernel-based filters such as NLM-average, NLM-local polynomi...

The relation of spouse illness representations to patient representations and coping behavior: A study in couples dealing with a newly diagnosed cancer.

The central role of spouses/partners in patients' adaptation to cancer is well-established, but few studies have examined how partners facilitate adaptation. The Common Sense Model posits that a representation of illness as more controllable and less threatening promotes adaptive coping, but this has not been examined in a dyadic context. This cross-sectional study examined the relations of spouse illness representations of personal and treatment control, and emotional representations to recently diagnosed ...

Cr L-edge X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy of Cr(acac) in Solution with Measured and Calculated Absolute Absorption Cross Sections.

X-ray absorption spectroscopy at the L-edge of 3d transition metals is widely used for probing the valence electronic structure at the metal site via 2p-3d transitions. Assessing the information contained in L-edge absorption spectra requires systematic comparison of experiment and theory. We here investigate the Cr L-edge absorption spectrum of high-spin chromium acetylacetonate Cr(acac) in solution. Using a transmission flatjet enables determining absolute absorption cross sections and spectra free from x...

Estimates of Edge Detection Filters in Human Vision.

Edge detection is widely believed to be an important early stage in human visual processing. However, there have been relatively few attempts to map human edge detection filters. In this study, observers had to locate a randomly placed step edge in brown noise (the integral of white noise) with a 1/f power spectrum. Their responses were modelled by assuming the probability the observer chose an edge location depended on the response of their own edge detection filter to that location. The observer's edge de...

Public health services: reading their available reports.

The objective of this study is to analyze the performance of regional public health services in Spain using the information accessible in their annual reports. A search of these was conducted, and 9 were obtained from the 17 Autonomous Communities. Their analysis shows some variation in the structure of the organizations providing public health services, as well as in the published contents and in the indicators used for management. The service portfolio, annual objectives and resources allocated are not al...

Evolution at the Cutting Edge: CRISPR-Mediated Directed Evolution.

In a recent issue of Nature, Halperin et al. (2018) develop a new technology to continuously diversify specific genomic loci by combining CRISPR-Cas9 with error-prone DNA polymerases.

Group Communication Treatment for Individuals with PPA and Their Partners.

Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) is a neurodegenerative syndrome characterized by insidious language deterioration. This young-onset disorder leaves adults with reduced communication skills for participation in social activities. There is limited evidence regarding group treatment for individuals with PPA, though the principles of chronic aphasia groups can be applied to this clinical population. We developed a PPA group treatment model incorporating compensatory strategies from augmentative and alternativ...

One-stop shop: Simultaneous direct mitral annuloplasty and percutaneous mitral edge-to-edge repair in a patient with severe mitral regurgitation.

Percutaneous edge-to-edge repair of severe mitral regurgitation has been established as an alternative treatment option for patients at high risk for cardiac surgery. More recently, the introduction of the Cardioband system enabled percutaneous direct annuloplasty. Here, we present a case of simultaneous percutaneous direct annuloplasty with edge-to-edge repair. Moreover, annuloplasty did facilitate clip implantation bei approximating the anterior and posterior mitral leaflet. In conclusion, the combination...

Recent Advances in Behavioral (Epi)Genetics in Eusocial Insects.

Eusocial insects live in societies in which distinct family members serve specific roles in maintaining the colony and advancing the reproductive ability of a few select individuals. Given the genetic similarity of all colony members, the diversity of morphologies and behaviors is surprising. Social communication relies on pheromones and olfaction, as shown by mutants of orco, the universal odorant receptor coreceptor, and through electrophysiological analysis of neuronal responses to pheromones. Additional...

A Novel Scheme Based on the Diffusion to Edge Detection.

A novel scheme of edge detection based on the physical law of diffusion is presented in this paper. Though the most current researches are using data based methods such as Deep Neural Networks, these methods on machine learning need big data of labeled ground truth as well as a large amount of resources for training. On the other hand, the widely used traditional methods are based on the gradient of the grayscale or color of images with using different sorts of mathematical tools to accomplish the mission. ...

Adaptive multinomial regression with overlapping groups for multi-class classification of lung cancer.

Multi-class classification has attracted much attention in cancer diagnosis and treatment and many machine learning methods have emerged for addressing this issue recently. However, class imbalance and gene selection problems occur in classifying lung cancer data. In this paper, an adaptive multinomial regression with a sparse overlapping group lasso penalty is proposed to perform classification and grouped gene selection for lung cancer gene expression data. An overlapped grouping strategy with biological ...


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