Neuroinformatics manuscript No.
(will be inserted by the editor)
Improved Automatic Centerline Tracing for Dendritic and Axonal
Structures
David Jimenez Demetrio Labate Ioannis A. Kakadiaris Manos Papadakis
Received: date / Accepted: date
Abstract Centerl
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*YEAR COURSE OFFERED:
2015
SEMESTER COURSE OFFERED:
SPRING
DEPARTMENT:
MATHEMATICS
COURSE NUMBER:
MATH 3339
NAME OF COURSE:
STATISTICS FOR THE SCIENCES
NAME OF INSTRUCTOR:
EMANUEL I. PAPADAKIS
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*The information contained in this class syllabus is subje
Regulations for Students Registered in Physics 1102 - Fall 2015
Professor Lowell Wood, Laboratory Director, August 16, 2015
Web Site: http:/www.uh.edu/~lwood
1. Students must attend the section for which they are officially registered and must have the pr
Independent and Mutually exclusive events
Two events are independent if the outcome of one doesn't affect the outcome of the other.
Otherwise they are dependent.
Examples
When tossing a fair coin twice, the result of the first toss doesn't affect the prob
PHYSICS 1102 LABORATORY SCHEDULE FALL 2015
AUGUST 16, 2015
Beginning Date
Ending Date
Experiment Number
Additional Activities
Mon, Aug 24, 2015
Sat, Aug 29, 2015
NO LABORATORY MEETINGS
Mon, Aug 31, 2015
Sat, Sept 5, 2015
Exp 5 Electric Charge and Electros
14.4 PARTIAL DERIVATIVES
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PROJECT 14.3 Level Curves and Surfaces
Computer systems such as Derive, Maple, and Mathematica are
able to map the level curves of a function f = f (x, y). In this
project you are asked to map the level curves of a given fun
CHAPTER 2: BEGINNINGS OF ENGLISH AMERICA 1607-1660
England came late to empire building.
It eventually dominated most of the world.
Why would England invest so much to build such ad empire?
The origins of English Nationalism.
Queen Elizabeth
England hat
14.5 OPEN AND CLOSED SETS
14.5 OPEN AND CLOSED SETS
A neighborhood of a real number x0 is by definition a set of the form cfw_x : |x x0 | <
where is a positive number. This is just an open interval centered at x0 :
(x0 , x0 + ).
If we remove x0 from th
Chapter 12: An Age of Reform 1820-1840
It was a time period of change in the US.
Organizations tried to change things in the US.
Prevent the making and selling of liquor.
Stop mail delivery on Sunday.
Improve prisons.
Expand public education.
Improve work
CHAPTER 3: CREATING ANGLO-AMERICA, 1660-1750
Mercantilist System
Like the triangle trade
Europe
Raw material
manufactures
Africa
Americ
a
slave
s
When the gvt regulates economic activity to promote nation power
The colonies role was to serve the mother
Chapter 7:The founding a nation 1783-1789
The Articles of confederation
The nations first written constitution was the Articles of confederation
Drafted by congress in 1777 and approved by the states in1782.
With the articles, the thirteen states reta
Chapter 10: Democracy in America 1815-1840
Andrew Jackson:
1829 common man
Father of Jackson democracy
His inauguration drew a crowd of 20000 that crashed the White House.
His life and presidency reflected four thing:
1. The power of the market revol
Chapter 11: The Peculiar Institution
Slavery in the US
o By the Civil war, the slave population had increased to nearly 4
millions.
o Slavery had spread to Arkansas Louisiana, and eastern Texas.
o Slaves were one-third of Souths population.
Emancipation
Chapter 6: THE REVOLUTION WITHIN
Democratizing government
The revolution greatly expanded voting rights.
New jersey, in its constitution allowed all inhabitants with property to
vote.
Colonial Loyalists: loyal to the king, loyalists were known as the
850 CHAPTER 14 FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
A Final Remark A neighborhood of x0 is a set of the form
cfw_x : |x x0 | < .
If we remove x0 from the set, we have the set
cfw_x : 0 < |x x0 | < .
Such a set is called a deleted neighborhood of x0 . (We will u
824 CHAPTER 14 FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
14.2 A BRIEF CATALOG OF THE QUADRIC SURFACES;
PROJECTIONS
As you know, the graph of an equation in x and y is typically a curve in the xy-plane. As
you will see in this section, and in the sections which foll
CHAPTER
14
FUNCTIONS
OF SEVERAL
VARIABLES
14.1 ELEMENTARY EXAMPLES
First a remark on notation. Points P(x, y) of the xy-plane will be written (x, y) and points
P(x, y, z) of three-space will be written (x, y, z).
Let D be a nonempty subset of the xy-plan