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Selective modulation of anxiety features

Researchers in Dr. Karl Deisseroth’s lab have developed a selective approach to treat anxiety. Anxiety is characterized by several features that are coordinately regulated by diverse neuronal system outputs. These features range from behavioural choic...
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Robust Anytime Tracking Combining 3D Shape, Color, and Motion with Annealed Dynamic Histograms

Although tracking has been studied for decades, real-time tracking algorithms often suffer from low accuracy and poor robustness when confronted with difficult, real-world data. Stanford inventors at Professor Sebastian Thrun's lab have invented a tracker...
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