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ID31904360Published Date2020-01-24JournalHormones and behavior, 2020-01-24
Transient shifts in testosterone occur during competition and are thought to positively influence dominance behavior aimed at enhancing social status. However, individual differences in testosterone reactivity to status contests have not been well-studied in relation to real-time expressions of competitive behavior among men and women. This research tests the association between changes in endogenous testosterone levels during competition and performance in terms of competitive endurance. Par…
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IDIEEE:8875416Published Date2019-07-17Conference2019 International Conference on Internet of Things (iThings) and IEEE Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom) and IEEE Cyber, Physical and Social Computing (CPSCom) and IEEE Smart Data (SmartData)
The Internet of Things (IoT), forming the foundation of Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), connects a huge number of ubiquitous sensing and mobile computing devices. The mobile IoT systems generate an enormous volume of a variety of dynamic context data and typically count on centralized architectures to process them. However, their inability to ensure security and decline in communication efficiency and response time with the increase in the size of IoT network are some of the many concerning wea…
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IDIEEE:8782416Published Date2019-04-25Conference2019 7th International Istanbul Smart Grids and Cities Congress and Fair (ICSG)
Life in big cities is getting harder every day. Local governments are trying to find ways to use smart city concepts to make cities more livable. However, smart city concepts face many challenges because the technologies used for them, such as LoRa Wan,2g, and 3G, are expensive and difficult to implement in large areas. Cheaper and easy to implement, FM Radio Data System (RDS) is a more effective technology for some applications. Many people use FM RDS technology in daily life, such as in the…
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ID30897904Published Date2019-04-18JournalThe journal of physical chemistry letters, 2019-04-18, Volume 10
Isoprene (2-methyl-1,3-butadiene) is highly abundant in the atmosphere, second only to methane in hydrocarbon emissions. In contrast to the most stable trans rotamer, structural characterization of gauche-isoprene has proven challenging: it is weakly polar, present at the level of only a few percent at room temperature, and structurally complex due to both torsional and methyl tunneling motions. gauche-Isoprene has been observed by two distinct but complementary experimental approaches: chirp…
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IDIEEE:8782920Published Date2019-04-04Conference2019 IEEE International Conference on Decentralized Applications and Infrastructures (DAPPCON)
The costs of operating a secure system are not always shared proportionately to the benefits that participants receive, which often hinders the adoption of security solutions. Blockchains provide us with an economic framework to distribute costs through cryptographic contracts, however, existing work in building secure applications using blockchains does not take advantage of this framework to align costs and benefits for system participants. One such application is the security of the domain…
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Award Number1853109Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-03-01Expiration Date2022-02-28Funding Amount$87,388
Renewable forms of energy (those energies naturally replenished on a human timescale) have been hailed as solutions to energy security, especially for the poor. In particular, the use of solar, wind, and biomass technologies to provide electricity both on and off national grids is escalating worldwide. Energy access and use is not just a technological issue but also a social one, creating opportunities and risks related to connection and production. While there has been significant research o…
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ID30640470Published Date2019-02-07JournalThe journal of physical chemistry. A, 2019-02-07, Volume 123
The molecule eugenol was extracted from cloves via steam-distillation, and its rotational spectrum from 3-18 GHz was acquired with a chirped-pulsed Fourier transform microwave spectrometer. This spectrum was analyzed via two separate methods in parallel, one employing several microwave-microwave double resonance measurements and the other using a newly written version of the Autofit program. Both methods yielded rotational constants in excellent agreement with predictions from ab initio calcu…
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IDDOI:10.1093/ahr/rhz180Published Date2019-10-01JournalThe American Historical Review, 2019-10-01, Volume 124
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