We examined whether interocular inhibition in binocular rivalry could occur at the interocular intersection of horizontal and vertical rectangular patches which are locally fusible but globally rivalrous between the two eyes. We measured contrast increment (and decrement) thresholds of a monocularly presented probe which was presented on the horizontal patch corresponding to the intersection. We found that the threshold was higher when the horizontal patch was perceptually suppressed than when it was dominant. In addition, threshold elevation did not occur when both patches were dominant, or when the horizontal patch was viewed in isolation. These results indicate that interocular inhibition occurs at the potentially fusible region, and the determination of binocular fusion or binocular rivalry does not depend on physical stimulus but rather perceptual state at the time.
We observed the subcellular localization of an MdSIMYB1-GFP fusion protein in the nucleus. Furthermore, the MdSIMYB1 gene was introduced into the tobacco genome and ectopically expressed in transgenic lines. The results indicate that MdSIMYB1 transgenic tobacco seed germination is insensitive to abs...
We prove conjectures of Breuil and Breuil-Dembele (C. Breuil, "Sur un
Probleme de compatibilite local-global modulo p pour GL(2)"), including a
Generalisation from the principal series to the cuspidal case, subject to a
Mild global hypothesis that we make in order to apply certain R=T theorems.
We study supervisor localization for real-time discrete-event systems (DES)
In the Brandin-Wonham framework of timed supervisory control. We view a
Real-time DES as comprised of asynchronous agents which are coupled through
Imposed logical and temporal specifications; the essence of supervisor
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