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    • Functionalized highly porous graphitic carbon fibers for high-rate supercapacitive electrodes 

      Wang, Huanwen; Yi, Huan; Zhu, Changrong; Wang, Xuefeng; Fan, Hong Jin (2015)
      Combining high specific surface area (SSA) and superior electrical conductivity together at bulk state is very important for carbon materials in capacitive energy storage applications. Herein, by applying molten sodium ...
    • Functionalized horizontally aligned CNT array and random CNT network for CO2 sensing 

      Wang, Yanrong; Zhang, Kang; Zou, Jianping; Wang, Xinghui; Sun, Leimeng; Wang, Taihong; Zhang, Qing (2017)
      Horizontally aligned and density-controlled single-wall carbon nanotubes (CNT) represent attractive building blocks for nanoelectronics. In this paper, horizontally aligned CNT arrays and random CNT network are synthesized ...
    • Functionally graded material by additive manufacturing 

      Choy, S. Y.; Sun, C. N.; Leong, K. F.; Tan, K. E.; Wei, J. (2016)
      Functionally graded material (FGM) is a new generation of engineered material with changes in the properties of material by varying structural design or material composition. The fabrication of FGM by conventional techniques ...
    • Functionally graded shells subjected to underwater shock 

      Gong, Shi Wei; Lam, Khin Yong (2012)
      This paper deals with the problem of functionally graded (FG) cylindrical shells subjected to underwater shock. A computational approach to predict the dynamic response of the FG cylindrical shells to underwater shock is ...
    • Functionally rigid and degenerate molecular shuttles 

      Yoon, Il.; Benítez, Diego; Zhao, Yanli; Miljanić, Ognjen Š.; Kim, Soo Young; Tkatchouk, Ekaterina; Leung, Ken C. F.; Khan, Saeed I.; Goddard III, William A.; Stoddart, J. Fraser (2009)
      The preparation and dynamic behavior of two functionally rigid and degenerate [2]rotaxanes (1⋅4 PF6 and 2⋅4 PF6) in which a π-electron deficient tetracationic cyclophane, cyclobis(paraquat-p-phenylene) (CBPQT4+) ring, ...
    • Functions and Regulation of Circular Dorsal Ruffles 

      Hoon, Jing-Ling.; Wong, Wai-Keung.; Koh, Cheng Gee. (2012)
      Cells construct a number of plasma membrane structures to meet a range of physiological demands. Driven by juxtamembrane actin machinery, these actin-based membrane protrusions are essential for the operation and maintenance ...
    • Fundamental ADI-FDTD method for multiple-pole Debye dispersive media 

      Heh, Ding Yu; Tan, Eng Leong (2012)
      This paper presents the application of unconditionally stable fundamental alternating-direction-implicit finite-difference time-domain (FADI-FDTD) method for multiple-pole Debye dispersive media. The interaction of terahertz ...
    • Fundamental aspects and recent progress on wear/scratch damage in polymer nanocomposites 

      Dasari, Aravind; Yu, Zhong-Zhen; Mai, Yiu-Wing (2008)
      It is realized that the addition of a small percentage of rigid nanoparticles to polymers significantly improves many of their mechanical properties, especially stiffness and strength. Such improvements are often attributed ...
    • Fundamental limitation on achievable decentralized performance 

      Kariwala, Vinay (2007)
      A commonly accepted fact is that the diagonal structure of the decentralized controller poses fundamental limitations on the achievable performance, but few quantitative results are available for measuring these limitations. ...
    • Fundamental locally one-dimensional method for 3-D thermal simulation 

      Tay, Wei Choon; Tan, Eng Leong; Heh, Ding Yu (2014)
      This paper presents a fundamental locally one-dimensional (FLOD) method for 3-D thermal simulation. We first propose a locally one-dimensional (LOD) method for heat transfer equation within general inhomogeneous media. The ...
    • Fundamental solutions for micropolar fluids 

      Shu, Jian Jun; Lee, Jenn Shiun (2007)
      New fundamental solutions for micropolar fluids are derived in explicit form for two- and three-dimensional steady unbounded Stokes and Oseen flows due to a point force and a point couple, including the two-dimensional ...
    • Funding mosque building in Singapore : a legacy of Mr Lee Kuan Yew 

      Mohamed Alami Musa (2013)
      Mr Lee Kuan Yew's simple but profound idea to set up a Mosque Building Fund not only enabled the Muslim community to build modern mosques in all housing estates but created a deep impact on their lives domestically and ...
    • Funerals of suspected terrorists in Indonesia : a rallying point? 

      Sulastri Osman (2013)
      The presence of different radical Muslim groups at the funerals of suspected terrorists killed in police raids demonstrate how such events could become a rallying point. Yet, the same funerals also showcase why the radical ...
    • Fungal manipulation of hormone-regulated plant defense 

      Patkar, Rajesh N.; Naqvi, Naweed (2017)
      Fungi have adapted to diverse habitats and ecological niches, including the complex plant systems. Success of the pathogenic or symbiotic fungi in colonizing the plant tissue depends on their ability to modulate the host ...
    • Fungal Secretome for Biorefinery: Recent Advances in Proteomic Technology 

      Adav, Sunil S.; Sze, Siu Kwan (2013)
      Fungal biotechnology has been well established in food and healthcare sector, and now being explored for lignocellulosic biorefinery due to their great potential to produce a wide array of extracellular enzymes for nutrient ...
    • Further investigation of empirical path-loss modeling for short forested paths 

      Lee, Yee Hui; Meng, Yu Song (2012)
      This paper reports an experimental study of path-loss modeling in foliage environments for VHF and UHF short-range applications. Through the investigation, it is found that although the path loss in a forest can be ...
    • Further properties and a fast realization of the iterative truncated arithmetic mean filter 

      Miao, Zhenwei; Jiang, Xudong (2012)
      The iterative truncated arithmetic mean (ITM) filter has been recently proposed. It possesses merits of both the mean and median filters. In this brief, the Cramer-Rao lower bound is employed to further analyze the ITM ...
    • A further study of low resolution androgenic hair patterns as a soft biometric trait 

      Chan, Frodo Kin Sun; Kong, Adams Wai Kin (2018)
      Soft biometric traits such as skin color, tattoos, shoe size, height, and weight have been regularly used for forensic investigation, especially when hard biometric traits, e.g., faces and fingerprints are not available. ...
    • FUSE : a profit maximization approach for functional sum-marization of biological networks 

      Seah, Boon-Siew; Bhowmick, Sourav S.; Dewey Jr., C. Forbes; Yu, Hanry (2012)
      Background: The availability of large-scale curated protein interaction datasets has given rise to the opportunity to investigate higher level organization and modularity within the protein interaction network (PPI) using ...
    • FUSE : a system for data-driven multi-level functional summarization of protein interaction networks 

      Seah, Boon-Siew; Bhowmick, Sourav S.; Dewey Jr., C. Forbes; Yu, Hanry (2012)
      Despite recent progress in high-throughput experimental studies, systems level visualization and analysis of large protein interaction networks (PPI) remains a challenging task, given its scale and high-dimensionality. ...