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    • Persistence of Ebola virus in ocular fluid during convalescence 

      Varkey, Jay B; Shantha, Jessica G; Crozier, Ian; Kraft, Colleen S; Lyon, Marshall; Mehta, Aneesh K; Kumar, Gokul; Smith, Justine R; Kainulainen, Markus H; Whitmer, Shannon; Stroher, Ute; Uyeki, Timothy M; Ribner, Bruce S; Yeh, Steven (Massachusetts Medical Society, 2015-05-07)
      Among the survivors of Ebola virus disease (EVD), complications that include uveitis can develop during convalescence, although the incidence and pathogenesis of EVD-associated uveitis are unknown. We describe a patient ...
    • A Plains-wanderer (Pedionomidae) that did not wander plains: a new species from the Oligocene of South Australia 

      De Pietri, Vanessa L; Camens, Aaron; Worthy, Trevor (John Wiley & Sons, inc., 2014-11-03)
      The remarkable fauna of Australia evolved in isolation from other landmasses for millions of years, yet understanding the evolutionary history of endemic avian lineages on the continent is confounded by the ability of birds ...
    • The Popular Memory Archive 

      de Vries, Denise Bernadette; Ndalianis, Angela; Stuckey, Helen; Swalwell, Melanie Lorraine (Flinders University, Department of Screen and Media, 2013)
      Digital games make up a significant but little known chapter in the history of the moving image in Australia and New Zealand. This site aims to exhibit some of the significant local games of the 1980s era, and collect ...
    • The Popular Memory Archive: collecting and exhibiting player culture from the 1980s 

      Stuckey, Helen; Swalwell, Melanie Lorraine; Ndalianis, Angela (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2013)
      This book constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.7 International Conference on the History of Computing, HC 2013, held in London, UK, in June 2013. The 29 revised full papers presented were carefully ...
    • The problem with Kappa 

      Powers, David Martin (Association for Computational Linguistics, 2012-04)
      It is becoming clear that traditional evaluation measures used in Computational Linguistics (including Error Rates, Accuracy, Recall, Precision and F-measure) are of limited value for unbiased evaluation of systems, and ...
    • Protected DNA strand displacement for enhanced single nucleotide discrimination in double-stranded DNA 

      Khodakov, Dmitriy A; Khodakova, Anastasia S; Huang, David M; Linacre, Adrian Matthew Thornton; Ellis, Amanda Vera (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-03-04)
      Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are a prime source of genetic diversity. Discriminating between different SNPs provides an enormous leap towards the better understanding of the uniqueness of biological systems. Here ...
    • PSO-based dimension reduction of EEG recordings: Implications for subject transfer in BCI 

      Atyabi, Adham; Luerssen, Martin Holger; Powers, David Martin (Elsevier, 2013-11)
    • Recent developments in nucleic acid identification using solid-phase enzymatic assays 

      Khodakov, Dmitriy A; Ellis, Amanda Vera (Springer Verlag, 2014-02-04)
      This review (containing 101 references) covers recent achievements in the development of new approaches for enzymatically assisted detection of nucleic acids on microarrays. We discuss molecular techniques including the ...
    • Reflections on the applicability of case study methodology to performance as research 

      Meyrick, Julian (Text Journal, 2014-10)
      Over the last two decades, practice-led research (PLR) has rapidly expanded in the Australian university system. This paper lays out the potential exegetical benefits of one methodology, the case study, for one disciplinary ...
    • Remembrance of games past: the Popular Memory Archive 

      Stuckey, Helen; Swalwell, Melanie Lorraine; Ndalianis, Angela; de Vries, Denise Bernadette (ACM Digital Library, 2013)
      Games are one of the most significant cultural forms of our times and yet they are poorly documented in Australia and New Zealand. Knowledge about the history of games is overwhelmingly held by private collectors and fans, ...
    • Retro-computing community sites and the museum 

      Stuckey, Helen; Swalwell, Melanie Lorraine (Wiley/IEEE Press, 2014-03)
      This book covers the state-of-the-art in digital games research and development for anyone working with or studying digital games and those who are considering entering into this rapidly growing industry. Many books have ...
    • Sensitivity of a subject-specific musculoskeletal model to the uncertainties on the joint axes location 

      Martelli, Saulo; Valente, Giordano; Viceconti, Marco; Taddei, Fulvia (Taylor & Francis, 2014-06-25)
      Subject-specific musculoskeletal models have become key tools in the clinical decision-making process. However, the sensitivity of the calculated solution to the unavoidable errors committed while deriving the model ...
    • Sensitivity of femoral strain calculations to anatomical scaling errors in musculoskeletal models of movement 

      Martelli, Saulo; Kersh, Mariana E; Pandy, Marcus G (Elsevier BV, 2015-08-11)
      The determination of femoral strain in post-menopausal women is important for studying bone fragility. Femoral strain can be calculated using a reference musculoskeletal model scaled to participant anatomies (referred to ...
    • Sequence selective capture, release and analysis of DNA using a magnetic microbead-assisted toehold-mediated DNA strand displacement reaction 

      Khodakov, Dmitriy A; Khodakova, Anastasia S; Linacre, Adrian Matthew Thornton; Ellis, Amanda Vera (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014-05-15)
      This paper reports on the modification of magnetic beads with oligonucleotide capture probes with a specially designed pendant toehold (overhang) aimed specifically to capture double-stranded PCR products. After capture, ...
    • Social determinants in an Australian urban region: A 'complexity' lens 

      Fisher, Matthew; Milos, D; Baum, Fran; Friel, S (Oxford University Press, 2014-08)
      Area-based strategies have been widely employed in efforts to improve population health and take action on social determinants of health (SDH) and health inequities; including in urban areas where many of the social, ...
    • Social resource correlates of levels and time-to-death-related changes in late-life affect 

      Windsor, Timothy D; Gerstorf, Denis; Luszcz, Mary Alice (American Psychology Association, 2015-03)
      Little is known regarding how well psychosocial resources that promote well-being continue to correlate with affect into very late life. We examined social resource correlates of levels and time-to-death related changes ...
    • Solution processed graphene–silicon Schottky junction solar cells 

      Larsen, Lachlan J; Shearer, Cameron; Ellis, Amanda Vera; Shapter, Joseph George (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-04-20)
      Here, surfactant-assisted exfoliated graphene (SAEG) has been used to make transparent conducting graphene films which for the first time were used to make SAEG–silicon Schottky junctions for photovoltaics. The graphene ...
    • Stabilization with discounted optimal control 

      Gaitsgory, Vladimir; Grune, Lars; Thatcher, Neil (Elsevier, 2015-08)
      We provide a condition under which infinite horizon discounted optimal control problems can be used in order to obtain stabilizing controls for nonlinear systems. The paper gives a mathematical analysis of the problem as ...
    • Stochastic modelling of muscle recruitment during activity 

      Martelli, Saulo; Calvetti, Daniela; Somersalo, Errki; Viceconti, Marco (The Royal Society, 2015-02-20)
      Muscle forces can be selected from a space of muscle recruitment strategies that produce stable motion and variable muscle and joint forces. However, current optimization methods provide only a single muscle recruitment ...
    • Subjective beliefs, memory and functional health: change and associations over 12 years in the Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing 

      Luszcz, Mary Alice; Anstey, Kaarin Jane; Ghisletta, Paolo (Karger, 2015-04)
      Background: Neither subjective memory beliefs, nor remembering itself, can be isolated from the overall context in which one is aging, nor are the drivers of memory complaints well specified. Sense of control is an important ...