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    • Obama and McCain : different visions for Asia 

      Tow, William (2008)
      November 4, 2008 may well signal more than just the day the next American president is elected. It may be the new benchmark for how the US and the key Asian states forge their security relations well into the twenty-first ...
    • The Obama Doctrine and Southeast Asia 

      Cook, Alistair David Blair (2009)
      ON 10 DECEMBER 2009, the annual Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to US President Barack Obama. A controversial recipient, his acceptance speech outlined his world vision, and provided insight into US engagement with Southeast Asia.
    • Obama's Afghan arm-twisting : weakening Karzai to give him strength? 

      Lorimore, Clint; Clarke, Ryan (2009)
      The Obama administration's public criticism of Afghan President Hamid Karzai in recent weeks has spareked a great deal of speculation that it is looking to back an alternative candidate in Afghanistan's upcoming elections. ...
    • Obama's challenge : addressing Muslim radicalization in Pakistan 

      Lorimore, Clint (2009)
      President Barack Obama's new administration is confronted by a host of crises not the least of which includes two wars and a historic financial slump facing the US economy. However the issure of Muslim radicalization in ...
    • Obama's second term foreign policy : nation-building at home, more conciliation abroad 

      Resnick, Evan (2013)
      A newly re-elected President Obama possesses substantial political capital with which to make good on his pledge to shift from nation-building abroad to nation-building at home. To fulfill it, the Obama Administration ...
    • Obama's soft power: how the world is coping with it 

      Goh Nur Firdaus Firoz (2009)
      Barack Obama’s cultural diplomacy has made headlines recently, particularly during his Asian tour in November. His apparent attempts at soft power diplomacy have garnered critics and admirers within his administration and ...
    • Obama’s America: Why it is likely to endure in Asia 

      Deepak Nair (2009)
      Two key underlying themes have predicated the discourses on Barack Obama’s visit to Asia. First, the US has weakened. Second, Asia has changed substantially. But contrary to conclusions of “irrevocable decline”, America ...
    • Obama’s India visit : in search of a new equilibrium 

      Ajaya Kumar Das (2010)
      Obama’s India visit was highly significant. It will not only elevate the bilateral relationship between the United States and India but could also lead to a balancing of China’s preponderance in Asia.
    • Obama’s Mosque Visit: A Big Deal? 

      Juhi, Ahuja (2016)
      US President Barack Obama visited a mosque in the US for the first time on 3 February 2016. Noted by some as a gesture of religious inclusivism and tolerance, it however raises the question of the actual value of the visit.
    • Obfuscating the topical intention in enterprise text search 

      Pang, Hwee Hwa; Xiao, Xiaokui; Shen, Jiali (2012)
      The text search queries in an enterprise can reveal the users' topic of interest, and in turn confidential staff or business information. To safeguard the enterprise from consequences arising from a disclosure of the query ...
    • Obfuscation and watermarking of FPGA designs based on constant value generators 

      Sergeichik, Vladimir V.; Ivaniuk, Alexander A.; Chang, Chip-Hong (2014)
      Obfuscation is a technique which makes design less intelligible in order to prevent or increase reverse engineering effort. In this paper, a new approach to hardware obfuscation by inserting constant value generators (CVGs) ...
    • Object control in Korean: a backward control impostor 

      Kwon, Nayoung; Philip, Monahan; Polinsky, Maria (John Benjamins, 2010)
      Abstract not available.
    • Object individuation and physical reasoning in infancy : an integrative account 

      Baillargeon, Renée; Stavans, Maayan; Wu, Di; Gertner, Yael; Setoh, Peipei; Kittredge, Audrey K.; Bernard, Amélie (2012)
      Much of the research on object individuation in infancy has used a task in which two different objects emerge in alternation from behind a large screen, which is then removed to reveal either one or two objects. In their ...
    • Object recognition by discriminative combinations of line segments, ellipses, and appearance features 

      Chia, Alex Yong Sang; Rajan, Deepu; Leung, Maylor Karhang; Rahardja, Susanto (2012)
      We present a novel contour-based approach that recognizes object classes in real-world scenes using simple and generic shape primitives of line segments and ellipses. Compared to commonly used contour fragment features, ...
    • Object recognition-based mnemonics mobile app for senior adults communication 

      Pang, Natalie; Foo, Schubert; Sesagiri Raamkumar, Aravind; Zhang, Xue; Vu, Samantha (2015)
      There has been an exponential increase in smartphone usage across the globe due to decreasing production costs and a competitive marketplace. Smartphones and mobile internet services have thrived together to create virtual ...
    • Object Tracking Based on Stable Feature Mining Using Intraframe Clustering and Interframe Association 

      Lu, Hong; Gu, Ke; Lin, Weisi; Zhang, Wenjun (2017)
      Extracting stable features to enhance object representation has proved to be very effective in improving the performance of object tracking. To achieve this, mining techniques, such as K-means clustering and data associating, ...
    • Object tracking via online metric learning 

      Cong, Yang; Yuan, Junsong; Tang, Yandong (2012)
      By considering visual tracking as a similarity matching problem, we propose a self-supervised tracking method that incorporates adaptive metric learning and semi-supervised learning into the framework of object tracking. ...
    • Observation of an excitonic quantum coherence in CdSe nanocrystals 

      Dong, Shuo; Trivedi, Dhara; Chakrabortty, Sabyasachi; Kobayashi, Takayoshi; Chan, Yinthai; Prezhdo, Oleg V.; Loh, Zhi-Heng (2015)
      Recent observations of excitonic coherences within photosynthetic complexes suggest that quantum coherences could enhance biological light harvesting efficiencies. Here, we employ optical pump–probe spectroscopy with ...
    • Observation of an excitonic quantum coherence in CdSe nanocrystals 

      Dong, Shuo; Trivedi, Dhara; Chakrabortty, Sabyasachi; Kobayashi, Takayoshi; Chan, Yinthai; Prezhdo, Oleg V.; Loh, Zhi-Heng (2016)
      Optical pump-probe spectroscopy with 6-fs pulses elucidates the 1Se1S3/2–1Se2S3/2 excitonic quantum coherence in CdSe nanocrystals. This coherence encodes hole migration over nanometer length scales and markedly alters the ...
    • Observation of anomalous resistance behavior in bilayer graphene 

      Liu, Yanping; Lew, Wen Siang; Liu, Zongwen (2017)
      Our measurement results have shown that bilayer graphene exhibits an unexpected sharp transition of the resistance value in the temperature region 200~250 K. We argue that this behavior originates from the interlayer ripple ...