Tag Archives: DSpace@MIT

Open access downloads: September 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for September:

(Non)Existence of Pleated Folds: How Paper Folds Between Creases, Erik D. Demaine, Martin L. Demaine, Vi Hart, Gregory N. Price, Tomohiro Tachi

SUN database: Large-scale scene recognition from abbey to zoo, Jianxiong Xiao, James Hays, Krista A. Ehinger, Aude Oliva, Antonio Torralba

Microbial Interactions Lead to Rapid Micro-Scale Successions on Model Marine Particles, Manoshi S. Datta, Elzbieta Sliwerska, Jeff Gore, Martin F. Polz, Otto X. Cordero

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Open access downloads: August 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for August:

Accidental Pinhole and Pinspeck Cameras, Antonio Torralba, William T. Freeman

Understanding in-video dropouts and interaction peaks in online lecture videos, Juho Kim, Philip J. Guo, Daniel T. Seaton, Piotr Mitros, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, Robert C. Miller

Evaluating the Robustness of Learning Analytics Results Against Fake Learners, Giora Alexandron, Sunbok Lee, Jose Antonio Ruiperez Valiente, David E Pritchard

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Open access downloads: July 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for July:

Combinations of single-top-quark production cross-section measurements and |fLVVtb| determinations at s √s = 7 and 8 TeV with the ATLAS and CMS experiments, ATLAS Collaboration and CMS Collaboration

Detecting Meaning in RSVP at 13 Ms Per Picture, Mary C. Potter, Brad Wyble, Carl Erick Hagmann, and Emily S. McCourt

Footstep Planning on Uneven Terrain with Mixed-Integer Convex Optimization, Robin Deits and Russ Tedrake

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Open access downloads: June 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for June:

Convective Heat Transfer in a High Aspect Ratio Minichannel Heated on One Side, Eric C. Forrest, Lin-Wen Hu, Jacopo Buongiorno, Thomas J. McKrell

Generative Street Addresses from Satellite Imagery, İlke Demir, Forest Hughes, Aman Raj, Kaunil Dhruv, Suryanarayana Murthy Muddala, Sanyam Garg, Barrett Doo, and Ramesh Raskar

Smart subtitles for vocabulary learning, Geza Kovacs and Robert C. Miller

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Open access downloads: May 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for May:

Proteogenomic characterization of human colon and rectal cancer, B. Zhang, J. Wang, X. Wang, et al.

The Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration: NASA’s First Step Toward Very High Data Rate Support of Science and Exploration Missions, Don M. Boroson & Bryan S. Robinson

Crowd-Sourcing Real-World Human-Robot Dialogue and Teamwork through Online Multiplayer Games, Sonia Chernova, Nick DePalma, & Cynthia Breazeal

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Open access downloads: April 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for April:

A Systems Approach to Analyzing and Preventing Hospital Adverse Events, Nancy Leveson, Aubrey Samost, Sidney Dekker, Stan Finkelstein, Jai Raman

Violent Expiratory Events: On Coughing and Sneezing, Lydia Bourouiba, Eline Dehandschoewercker, John W. M. Bush

Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition), Klionsky, Daniel J., et al.

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Open access downloads: March 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for March:

Intensive Working Memory Training Produces Functional Changes in Large-Scale Frontoparietal Networks, Todd Wesley Thompson, Michael L. Waskom, John D. E. Gabrieli

A Vacuum-driven Origami “Magic-ball” Soft Gripper, Shuguang Li, John J. Stampfli, Helen J. Xu, Elian Malkin, Evelin Villegas Diaz, Daniela Rus, Robert J. Wood

Violent Expiratory Events: On Coughing and Sneezing, Lydia Bourouiba, Eline Dehandschoewercker, John W. M. Bush

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Open access downloads: February 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for February:

Prefrontal Dopamine in Associative Learning and Memory, M.V. Puig, E.G. Antzoulatos, E.K. Miller

Hurricane Wake Restratification Rates of One-, Two- and Three-Dimensional Processes, S. Haney, S. Bachman, B. Cooper, S. Kupper, K. McCaffrey, L. Van Roekel, S. Stevenson, B. Fox-Kemper, R. Ferrari

The visual microphone: passive recovery of sound from video, Abe Davis, Michael Rubinstein, Neal Wadhwa, Gautham J. Mysore, Fredo Durand, William T. Freeman

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Open access downloads: January 2020

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for January:

ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge, Olga Russakovsky, Jia Deng, Hao Su, Jonathan Krause, Sanjeev Satheesh, Sean Ma, Zhiheng Huang, Andrej Karpathy, Aditya Khosla, Michael Bernstein, Alexander C. Berg & Li Fei-Fei

John Byrne’s The Slab Boys: Technicolored Hellhole in a Town Called Malice, William Donaldson

Optimization-based locomotion planning, estimation, and control design for the atlas humanoid robot, Scott Kuindersma, Robin Deits, Maurice Fallon, Andrés Valenzuela, Hongkai Dai, Frank Permenter, Twan Koolen, Pat Marion & Russ Tedrake

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