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  1. A Selective CPS Transformation

    Nielsen, Lasse Riechstein

    2001-01-01

    The CPS transformation makes all functions continuation-passing, uniformly. Not all functions, however, need continuations: they only do if their evaluation includes computational effects. In this paper we focus on control operations, in particular "call with current continuation" and "throw". We...... characterize this involvement as a control effect and we present a selective CPS transformation that makes functions and expressions continuation-passing if they have a control effect, and that leaves the rest of the program in direct style. We formalize this selective CPS transformation with an operational...

  2. CA/CPS: A Communications ZEBRA implementation using CPS

    CZ/CPS is an implementation of the Communications ZEBRA distributed computing environment utilizing the CPS communications protocol. CZ/CPS is intended for parallelization of high energy physics application programs using the CERN Program Library memory and data structure management features. CZ/CPS provides transparent communication of ZEBRA data structures among cooperative processes using standard interfaces for ZEBRA I/O. Examples of usage in a CPS HBOOK4 and GEANT3 application are provided

  3. CPS and the Fermilab farms

    Cooperative Processes Software (CPS) is a parallel programming toolkit developed at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. It is the most recent product in an evolution of systems aimed at finding a cost-effective solution to the enormous computing requirements in experimental high energy physics. Parallel programs written with CPS are large-grained, which means that the parallelism occurs at the subroutine level, rather than at the traditional single line of code level. This fits the requirements of high energy physics applications, such as event reconstruction, or detector simulations, quite well. It also satisfies the requirements of applications in many other fields. One example is in the pharmaceutical industry. In the field of computational chemistry, the process of drug design may be accelerated with this approach. CPS programs run as a collection of processes distributed over many computers. CPS currently supports a mixture of heterogeneous UNIX-based workstations which communicate over networks with TCP/IR CPS is most suited for jobs with relatively low I/O requirements compared to CPU. The CPS toolkit supports message passing remote subroutine calls, process synchronization, bulk data transfers, and a mechanism called process queues, by which one process can find another which has reached a particular state. The CPS software supports both batch processing and computer center operations. The system is currently running in production mode on two farms of processors at Fermilab. One farm consists of approximately 90 IBM RS/6000 model 320 workstations, and the other has 85 Silicon Graphics 4D/35 workstations. This paper first briefly describes the history of parallel processing at Fermilab which lead to the development of CPS. Then the CPS software and the CPS Batch queueing system are described. Finally, the experiences of using CPS in production on the Fermilab processor farms are described

  4. CPS Transformation of Beta-Redexes

    Danvy, Olivier; Nielsen, Lasse

    2005-01-01

    The extra compaction of the most compacting CPS transformation in existence, which is due to Sabry and Felleisen, is generally attributed to (1) making continuations occur first in CPS terms and (2) classifying more redexes as administrative. We show that this extra compaction is actually...... independent of the relative positions of values and continuations and furthermore that it is solely due to a context-sensitive transformation of beta-redexes. We stage the more compact CPS transformation into a first-order uncurrying phase and a context-insensitive CPS transformation. We also define a context......-insensitive CPS transformation that provides the extra compaction. This CPS transformation operates in one pass and is dependently typed....

  5. CPS Transformation of Beta-Redexes

    Danvy, Olivier; Nielsen, Lasse R.

    The extra compaction of the most compacting CPS transformation in existence, which is due to Sabry and Felleisen, is generally attributed to (1) making continuations occur first in CPS terms and (2) classifying more redexes as administrative. We show that this extra compaction is actually...... independent of the relative positions of values and continuations and furthermore that it is solely due to a context-sensitive transformation of beta-redexes. We stage the more compact CPS transformation into a first-order uncurrying phase and a context-insensitive CPS transformation. We also define a context......-insensitive CPS transformation that provides the extra compaction. This CPS transformation operates in one pass and is dependently typed....

  6. Ineffective ADL skills in women with fibromyalgia

    Von Bülow, Cecilie; Amris, Kirstine; La Cour, Karen;

    2016-01-01

    BACKGROUND: Subgroups of women with fibromyalgia likely show different activity of daily living (ADL) skill deficits. Identifying ineffective ADL skills of significance in the 'typical' woman with fibromyalgia will promote the planning of targeted occupational therapy interventions aiming at...... improving ADL ability. OBJECTIVE: To identify frequently reported ADL skill deficits of significance in subgroups of women with fibromyalgia who have decreased ADL motor ability in combination with decreased or competent ADL process ability. METHOD: Women with fibromyalgia were evaluated with the Assessment...... ability (n = 105). CONCLUSION: It is suggested that clinicians modify the individual's tasks and environments to compensate for identified ineffective ADL skills and to use the AMPS to differentiate interventions in women with fibromyalgia....

  7. Trainee Occupational Therapists Scoring the Barthel ADL.

    Martin, Elizabeth; Nugent, Chris; Bond, Raymond; Martin, Suzanne

    2015-09-01

    Within medical applications there are two main types of information design; paper-based and digital information [1]. As technology is constantly changing, information within healthcare management and delivery is continually being transitioned from traditional paper documents to digital and online resources. Activity of Daily Living (ADL) charts are still predominantly paper based and are therefore prone to "human error" [2]. In light of this, an investigation has taken place into the design for reducing the amount of human error, between a paper based ADL, specifically the Barthel Index, and the same ADL created digitally. The digital ADL was developed as an online platform as this offers the best method of data capture for a large group of participants all together [3]. The aim of the study was to evaluate the usability of the Barthel Index ADL in paper format and then reproduce the same ADL digitally. This paper presents the findings of a study involving 26 participants who were familiar with ADL charts, and used three scenarios requiring them to complete both a paper ADL and a digital ADL. An evaluation was undertaken to ascertain if there were any 'human errors' in completing the paper ADL and also to find similarities/differences through using the digital ADL. The results from the study indicated that 22/26 participants agreed that the digital ADL was better, if not the same as a paper based ADL. Further results indicated that participants rate highly the added benefit of the digital ADL being easy to use and also that calculation of assessment scores were performed automatically. Statistically the digital BI offered a 100 % correction rate in the total calculation, in comparison to the paper based BI where it is more common for users to make mathematical calculation errors. Therefore in order to minimise handwriting and calculation errors, the digital BI proved superior than the traditional paper based method. PMID:26250757

  8. An Operational Investigation of the CPS Hierarchy

    Danvy, Olivier; Yang, Zhe

    We explore the hierarchy of control induced by successive transformations into continuation-passing style (CPS) in the presence of “control delimiters ” and “composable continuations ”. Specifically, we investigate the structural operational semantics associated with the CPS hierarchy. To this end......, we characterize an operational notion of continuation semantics. We relate it to the traditional CPS transformation and we use it to account for the control operator shift and the control delimiter reset operationally. We then transcribe the resulting continuation semantics in ML, thus obtaining a...

  9. An Operational Investigation of the CPS Hierarchy

    Danvy, Olivier; Yang, Zhe

    1999-01-01

    We explore the hierarchy of control induced by successive transformations into continuation-passing style (CPS) in the presence of “control delimiters ” and “composable continuations ”. Specifically, we investigate the structural operational semantics associated with the CPS hierarchy. To this end......, we characterize an operational notion of continuation semantics. We relate it to the traditional CPS transformation and we use it to account for the control operator shift and the control delimiter reset operationally. We then transcribe the resulting continuation semantics in ML, thus obtaining a...

  10. On proving syntactic properties of CPS programs

    Danvy, Olivier; Dzafic, Belmina; Pfenning, Frank

    1999-01-01

    Higher-order program transformations raise new challenges for proving properties of their output, since they resist traditional, first-order proof techniques. In this work, we consider (1) the “one-pass” continuation-passing style (CPS) transformation, which is second-order, and (2) the occurrences...... of parameters of continuations in its output. To this end, we specify the one-pass CPS transformation relationally and we use the proof technique of logical relations....

  11. On proving syntactic properties of CPS programs

    Danvy, Olivier; Dzafic, Belmina; Pfenning, Frank

    Higher-order program transformations raise new challenges for proving properties of their output, since they resist traditional, first-order proof techniques. In this work, we consider (1) the “one-pass” continuation-passing style (CPS) transformation, which is second-order, and (2) the occurrences...... of parameters of continuations in its output. To this end, we specify the one-pass CPS transformation relationally and we use the proof technique of logical relations....

  12. An Extensional CPS Transform (Preliminary Report)

    Filinski, Andrzej

    We shoe that, in a language wihg general continuation-effects, the syntactic, or intensional, CPS transform is mirrored by a semantic, or extensional, functional term. In other words, form only the observable behavior any direct-style term (possibly containing the usual first-class continuation...... primitives), we can uniformly extract the observable behavior of its CPS counterpart. As a consequence of this result, we show that the computational lambda-calculus is complete for observational equivalence of pure, simply typed lambda-terms in Scheme-like contexts....

  13. CPS Transformation of Flow Information, Part II

    Damian, D.; Danvy, Olivier

    2003-01-01

    least solution. Preservation of least solutions solves a problem that was left open in Palsberg and Wand's article ‘CPS Transformation of Flow Information.’ Together, Palsberg and Wand's article and the present article show how to map in linear time the least solution of the flow constraints of a...

  14. ADL ability characteristics of partially dependent older people: Gender and age differences in ADL ability

    Sato, Susumu; Demura, Shinichi; Tanaka, Kiyoji; Kasuga, Kohsho; Kobayashi, Hidetsugu

    2001-01-01

    Age and gender differences in ADL ability were investigated using 568 Japanese partially dependent older people (PD, Mean age=82.2±7.76 years) living in welfare institutions. The subjects were asked about 17 ADL items representing 7 ADL domains by the professional staff working at subjects' institutions. Each item was assessed by a dichotomous scale of “possible” or “impossible”. Item proportions of “possible” response were calculated for gender and age groups (60s, 70s, 80s and 90s). Two-way...

  15. Architecture Level Dependency Analysis of SOA Based System through ?-Adl

    Pawan Kumar; Ratneshwer

    2016-01-01

    A formal Architecture Description Language (ADL) provides an effective way to dependency analysis at early stage of development. ?-ADL is an ADL that represents the static and dynamic features of software services. In this paper, we describe an approach of dependency analysis of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) based system, at architecture level, through ?-ADL. A set of algorithms are also proposed for identification of dependency relationships from a SOA based system. The proposed algori...

  16. A Simple CPS Transformation of Control-Flow Information

    Damian, Daniel; Danvy, Olivier

    2002-01-01

    We build on Danvy and Nielsen's first-order program transformation into continuation-passing style (CPS) to design a new CPS transformation of flow information that is simpler and more efficient than what has been presented in previous work. The key to simplicity and efficiency is that our CPS...... transformation constructs the flow information in one go, instead of first computing an intermediate result and then exploiting it to construct the flow information. More precisely, we show how to compute control-flow information for CPS-transformed programs from control-flow information for direct......-style programs and vice-versa. As a corollary, we confirm that CPS transformation has no effect on the control-flow information obtained by constraint-based control-flow analysis. The transformation has immediate applications in assessing the effect of the CPS transformation over other analyses such as, for...

  17. A First-Order One-Pass CPS Transformation

    Danvy, Olivier; Nielsen, Lasse Reichstein

    2003-01-01

    We present a new transformation of λ-terms into continuation-passing style (CPS). This transformation operates in one pass and is both compositional and first-order. Previous CPS transformations only enjoyed two out of the three properties of being first-order, one-pass, and compositional, but the...... new transformation enjoys all three properties. It is proved correct directly by structural induction over source terms instead of indirectly with a colon translation, as in Plotkin's original proof. Similarly, it makes it possible to reason about CPS-transformed terms by structural induction over...... source terms, directly.The new CPS transformation connects separately published approaches to the CPS transformation. It has already been used to state a new and simpler correctness proof of a direct-style transformation, and to develop a new and simpler CPS transformation of control-flow information....

  18. A First-Order One-Pass CPS Transformation

    Danvy, Olivier; Nielsen, Lasse Reichstein

    We present a new transformation of λ-terms into continuation-passing style (CPS). This transformation operates in one pass and is both compositional and first-order. Previous CPS transformations only enjoyed two out of the three properties of being first-order, one-pass, and compositional, but the...... new transformation enjoys all three properties. It is proved correct directly by structural induction over source terms instead of indirectly with a colon translation, as in Plotkin's original proof. Similarly, it makes it possible to reason about CPS-transformed terms by structural induction over...... source terms, directly.The new CPS transformation connects separately published approaches to the CPS transformation. It has already been used to state a new and simpler correctness proof of a direct-style transformation, and to develop a new and simpler CPS transformation of control-flow information....

  19. An Operational Foundation for Delimited Continuations in the CPS Hierarchy

    Biernacka, Malgorzata; Biernacki, Dariusz; Danvy, Olivier

    We present an abstract machine and a reduction semantics for the lambda-calculus extended with control operators that give access to delimited continuations in the CPS hierarchy. The abstract machine is derived from an evaluator in continuation-passing style (CPS); the reduction semantics (i.e., a...... small-step operational semantics with an explicit representation of evaluation contexts) is constructed from the abstract machine; and the control operators are the shift and reset family. We also present new applications of delimited continuations in the CPS hierarchy: finding list prefixes and...

  20. An Operational Foundation for Delimited Continuations in the CPS Hierarchy

    Biernacka, Malgorzata; Biernacki, Dariusz; Danvy, Olivier

    2005-01-01

    We present an abstract machine and a reduction semantics for the lambda-calculus extended with control operators that give access to delimited continuations in the CPS hierarchy. The abstract machine is derived from an evaluator in continuation-passing style (CPS); the reduction semantics (i.e., a...... small-step operational semantics with an explicit representation of evaluation contexts) is constructed from the abstract machine; and the control operators are the shift and reset family. We also present new applications of delimited continuations in the CPS hierarchy: finding list prefixes and...

  1. Multi-Task Collaboration CPS Modeling Based on Immune Feedback

    Haiying Li

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a dynamic multi-task collaboration CPS control model based on the self-adaptive immune feedback is proposed and implemented in the smart home environment. First, the internal relations between CPS and the biological immune system are explored via their basic theories. Second, CPS control mechanism is elaborated through the analysis of CPS control structure. Finally, a comprehensive strategy for support is introduced into multi-task collaboration to improve the dynamic cognitive ability. At the same time, the performance of parameters is correspondingly increased by the operator of the antibody concentration and the selective pressure. Furthermore, the model has been put into service in the smart home laboratory. The experimental results show that this model can integrate user’s needs into the environment for properly regulating the home environment.

  2. A First-Order One-Pass CPS Transformation

    Danvy, Olivier; Nielsen, Lasse Reichstein

    We present a new transformation of call-by-value lambdaterms into continuation-passing style (CPS). This transformation operates in one pass and is both compositional and first-order. Because it operates in one pass, it directly yields compact CPS programs that are comparable to what one would...... write by hand. Because it is compositional, it allows proofs by structural induction. Because it is first-order, reasoning about it does not require the use of a logical relation. This new CPS transformation connects two separate lines of research. It has already been used to state a new and simpler...... correctness proof of a direct-style transformation, and to develop a new and simpler CPS transformation of control-flow information....

  3. CPS Transformation of Flow Information, Part II: Administrative Reductions

    Damian, Daniel; Danvy, Olivier

    2001-01-01

    least solution. Preservation of least solutions solves a problem that was left open in Palsberg and Wand's article ‘CPS Transformation of Flow Information.’ Together, Palsberg and Wand's article and the present article show how to map in linear time the least solution of the flow constraints of a...

  4. CPW to CPS transition for feeding UWB antennas

    Butrym, Alexander; Pivnenko, Sergey

    2006-01-01

    The paper considers a transition (balun) from Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) to Coplanar Stripline (CPS) which is non-resonant and suitable for feeding UWB antennas such as Tapered Slot Antennas (Vivaldi antennas, in particular), bow-tie antennas, and other. Some numerical and experimental results are...

  5. CPW to CPS transition for feeding UWB antennas

    Butrym, Alexander; Pivnenko, Sergey

    2004-01-01

    The paper considers a transition (balun) from Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) to Coplanar Stripline (CPS) which is non-resonant and suitable for feeding UWB antennas such as Tapered Slot Antennas (Vivaldi antennas in particular), bow-tie antennas, and other. Some numerical and experimental results are...

  6. CPW to CPS transition for feeding UWB antennas

    Butrym, Alexander; Pivnenko, Sergey

    The paper considers a transition (balun) from Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) to Coplanar Stripline (CPS) which is non-resonant and suitable for feeding UWB antennas such as Tapered Slot Antennas (Vivaldi antennas in particular), bow-tie antennas, and other. Some numerical and experimental results are...

  7. Marte CCSL to execute East-ADL Timing Requirements

    Mallet, Frédéric; Peraldi-Frati, Marie-Agnès; André, Charles

    2009-01-01

    In the automotive domain, several loosely-coupled Architecture Description Languages (ADLs) compete to provide a set of abstract modeling and analysis services on top of the implementation code. In an effort to make all these languages, and more importantly their underlying models, interoperable, we use the UML Profile for MARTE as a pivot to define the semantics of these models. In this paper, we particularly focus on East-ADL2. We discuss the benefits of having an integrated, MARTE-centered...

  8. Ergoterapeutiske ADL-indsatser på akut psykiatrisk hospital

    Nielsen, Kristina Tomra; Petersen, Rikke; Decker, Lone

    2015-01-01

    Det første kapitel i bogen omhandler ADL-begrebet såvel på engelsk som dansk og præsenterer relevante definitioner i et historisk samt tværfagligt og ergoterapeutisk perspektiv. I de efterfølgende kapitler får man et godt indtryk af, hvordan der arbejdes med ADL bredt set, og hvilke metoder og re...

  9. Thermal Diffusivity of Carbon Pellets (CPs) Treated with KOH

    M. Haydari; M. M. Moksin; A. E. Abdelrahman; M. Deraman; W. M.M. Deraman; W. M.M. Yunus; I. V Grozescu

    2008-01-01

    In this work thermal diffusivity of carbon pellets (CPs) treated with different percentage level of KOH has been studied. Thermal diffusivity measurements were carried out at room temperature by using photoflash technique. The technique consists of a camera flash having approximately 5 ms pulse duration for heating and a thin film of polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) attached to the back of the samples for signal detection. Eight carbon samples treated with different percentage level of KOH (0...

  10. Role of Ontologies for CPS Implementation in Manufacturing

    Garetti Marco

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Cyber Physical Systems are an evolution of embedded systems featuring a tight combination of collaborating computational elements that control physical entities. CPSs promise a great potential of innovation in many areas including manufacturing and production. This is because we obtain a very powerful, flexible, modular infrastructure allowing easy (re configurability and fast ramp-up of manufacturing applications by building a manufacturing system with modular mechatronic components (for machining, transportation and storage and embedded intelligence, by integrating them into a system, through a network connection. However, when building such kind of architectures, the way to supply the needed domain knowledge to real manufacturing applications arises as a problem to solve. In fact, a CPS based architecture for manufacturing is made of smart but independent manufacturing components without any knowledge of the role they have to play together in the real world of manufacturing applications. Ontologies can supply such kind of knowledge, playing a very important role in CPS for manufacturing. The paper deals with this intriguing theme, also presenting an implementation of this approach in a research project for the open automation of manufacturing systems, in which the power of CPS is complemented by the support of an ontology of the manufacturing domain.

  11. 78 FR 77646 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Basic...

    2013-12-24

    ... Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Basic... information on the Current Population Survey (CPS) beginning in June 2014. The current clearance expires June... the CPS that collects labor force information for the civilian noninstitutional population. Some...

  12. 75 FR 78676 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Basic...

    2010-12-16

    .... Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Basic... information on the Current Population Survey (CPS) beginning in June 2011. The current clearance expires May... the CPS that collects labor force information for the civilian non-institutional population. Some...

  13. 78 FR 45910 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Email Address...

    2013-07-30

    ... answer CPS over the many months needed. One of the solutions recommended has been to research the... future enhancements to CPS. II. Method of Collection The email address collection will be collected by both personal visit and telephone interviews in conjunction with the regular November CPS...

  14. The measurement of instrumental ADL: content validity and construct validity

    Avlund, K; Schultz-Larsen, K; Kreiner, S

    1993-01-01

    A new measure of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL), which is able to discriminate among the large group of elderly who do not depend on help, was tested for content validity and construct validity. Most assessments of functional ability include Physical ADL (PADL) and Instrumental ADL....... The measure of Instrumental ADL included 30 activities in relation to tiredness and reduced speed. Construct validity was tested by the Rasch model for item analysis; internal validity was specifically addressed by assessing the homogeneity of items under different conditions. The Rasch item analysis...... of IADL showed that 14 items could be combined into two qualitatively different additive scales. The IADL-measure complies with demands for content validity, distinguishes between what the elderly actually do, and what they are capable of doing, and is a good discriminator among the group of elderly...

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  8. Thermal Diffusivity of Carbon Pellets (CPs Treated with KOH

    M. Haydari

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available In this work thermal diffusivity of carbon pellets (CPs treated with different percentage level of KOH has been studied. Thermal diffusivity measurements were carried out at room temperature by using photoflash technique. The technique consists of a camera flash having approximately 5 ms pulse duration for heating and a thin film of polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF attached to the back of the samples for signal detection. Eight carbon samples treated with different percentage level of KOH (0 to 7 mole percent were studied and the thermal diffusivity result was compared with SEM which showed that the sample with highest thermal diffusivity had distinctly lower porosity and better grain alignment.

  9. New Magnets for the Transfer line PSB-CPS

    Barnes, M J; Bossard, P; Clark, G S; Cornuet, D; Otter, Alan J; Reeve, P A; Sassowsky, M; CERN. Geneva. SPS and LEP Division

    1998-01-01

    The PS Accelerator Complex is upgraded for operation as LHC Pre-injector. A significant part of the effort is provided by TRIUMF under the CERN-TRIUMF collaboration on LHC. One of the tasks under the responsibility of TRIUMF is the design, construction and measurement of 17 magnets of four different types that replace existing magnets in the transfer line between the Proton Synchrotron Bo oster (PSB) and the CERN Proton Synchrotron (CPS). This note briefly describes the magnets and gives the results of the magnetic measurements.

  10. An Evaluation of ADLs on Modeling Patterns for Software Architecture

    Waqas Kamal, Ahmad; Avgeriou, Paris

    2007-01-01

    Architecture patterns provide solutions to recurring design problems at the architecture level. In order to model patterns during software architecture design, one may use a number of existing Architecture Description Languages (ADLs), including the UML, a generic language but also a de facto indust

  11. Physical performance as long-term predictor of onset of activities of daily living (ADL) disability

    Idland, Gro; Pettersen, Renate; Avlund, Kirsten;

    2013-01-01

    Disability in ADL of aging women is an important public health concern. It is thus of interest to identify modifiable factors underlying onset of ADL disability. We assessed whether three physical performance-based measurements could predict ADL disability 9 years later. The participants were 113...... non-disabled community-dwelling women with a mean age of 79.5 years at baseline. The baseline examinations of physical performance were: functional reach, climbing steps and comfortable walking speed. ADL disability was defined as need of personal assistance in at least one of five basic ADL items....... The participants were followed for 9 years. Logistic regression models were fitted for each of the physical performance measurements together with the covariates in relation to ADL disability. At follow-up 25.7% were disabled in ADL. All three performance measurements were significantly associated...

  12. Syntactic accidents in program analysis: on the impact of the CPS transformation

    Damian, Daniel; Danvy, Olivier

    2003-01-01

    We show that a non-duplicating transformation into Continuation-Passing Style (CPS) has no effect on control-flow analysis, a positive effect on binding-time analysis for traditional partial evaluation, and no effect on binding-time analysis for continuation-based partial evaluation: a monovariant...... control-flow analysis yields equivalent results on a direct-style program and on its CPS counterpart, a monovariant binding-time analysis yields less precise results on a direct-style program than on its CPS counterpart, and an enhanced monovariant binding-time analysis yields equivalent results on a...... direct-style program and on its CPS counterpart. Our proof technique amounts to constructing the CPS counterpart of flow information and of binding times. Our results formalize and confirm a folklore theorem about traditional binding-time analysis, namely that CPS has a positive effect on binding times...

  13. Upgrade of the CERN PSB/CPS Fast Intensity Measurements

    Monera Martinez, A; Belohrad, D; Jensen, L; Soby, L; Kasprowicz, G

    2011-01-01

    The CERN Proton Synchrotron Booster (PSB) and Proton Synchrotron (CPS) complex fast intensity measurement is undergoing a major upgrade. The old analogue electronics no longer provides enough accuracy, resolution and versatility to perform accurate beam intensity measurements. It has also become less reliable due to the ageing equipment. A new measurement system - Transformer Integrator Card (TRIC) - replaces these obsolete acquisition systems. TRIC is a generic platform used to measure the intensity in different transfer lines at CERN. Five TRICs were installed during the year 2010 in order to evaluate their performance with different beam types, from the low intensity pilot (5×10 9 charges per bunch) to high intensity beams (1×10 13 charges per bunch). The aim of this article is to present the technical aspects of the new system and the different measurement scenarios. It discusses possible sources of measurement errors and presents some statistical data acquired during this period.

  14. VVER-1000 fresh fuel and CPS control rods entry control

    Procedures and documentation used for the entry control of fresh fuel and CPS control rods in the Kozloduy NPP are described. Entry control includes: tests of the control equipment; inspection of the containers with the fuel casks; the Nuclear fuel group instructions , supervised by the controlling physicist. There are two types of fresh fuel control - entry control and technical certification of the fuel after the storage term has inspired. The results from the tests show that mechanical damages of the casks in case of violation of the transportation conditions show as changes in the form and disposition of the casks and is easily found by external observation of the casks and inspection of the passability of the assembly. In some cases additional inspections are made. The entry control is completed by the issuance of a permission for operation

  15. Intersections of family homelessness, CPS involvement, and race in Alameda County, California.

    Rodriguez, Jason M; Shinn, Marybeth

    2016-07-01

    The homelessness and child protective services (CPS) systems are closely linked. This study examines the patterns and sequence of families' involvement with homeless shelters and CPS, as well as whether involvement in each system predicts involvement in the other using linked administrative records for 258 families recruited in emergency shelters in Alameda County, California. More than half of families were reported to CPS at some point, but less than one-fifth ever had a report substantiated. Reports that were uninvestigated or unfounded increased in the months leading up to shelter entry and spiked immediately afterward, but substantiations and child removals increased only later. Shelter use before study entry was associated with CPS referrals and investigations after study entry, although not with substantiated cases or child removals. However, CPS involvement before study entry was not associated with returns to shelter after study entry. These results imply that an unsubstantiated report of neglect or abuse may serve as an early warning signal for homelessness and that preventive strategies aiming to affect both homeless and child protective systems should focus on reducing homelessness. CPS workers should evaluate families' housing needs and attempt to link families to appropriate resources. Black families were disproportionately referred to CPS after shelter entry after controlling for other family characteristics, but race was not associated with substantiations of neglect or abuse or with child removals. Findings lend modest support to human decision-making and institutional explanations of racial disproportionalities in CPS involvement, especially for reporters outside of the CPS system. PMID:27318034

  16. Studies on the biological functions of CPS1 in AFB1 induced hepatocarcinogenesis.

    Yang, Chi; Fu, Rao; Zhuang, Zhenhong; Wang, Shihua

    2016-10-10

    Carbamyl phosphate synthetase 1 (CPS1) was down-regulated in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), as treated by aflatoxin B1 (AFB1), a potent hepatocarcinogenesis mycotoxin. In this study, we firstly confirmed that AFB1 down-regulated the expression of CPS1 in a dose-dependent manner. At the meantime, both siRNA knock down of CPS1 and AFB1 treatment inhibited cell proliferation, and induced cell apoptosis. To further analysis the function of CPS1, the interacting proteins of CPS1 were searched by Co-IP, and three interacting proteins including type II cytoskeletal 1 (KRT1), albumin (ALB), and ubiquitin C (UBC) were found. Both KRT1 and ALB were new interacting proteins for CPS1. Our further study showed that CPS1 was regulating interacted and colocalized with KRT1 and ALB, and the intensity correlation was changed by AFB1. KRT1, ALB and CPS1 were all reported to play an important role in differentiation and tissue specialization. These results may offer an increasing understand that CPS1 might have a function in differentiation. PMID:27425868

  17. Developing Dependable Automotive Embedded Systems using the EAST-ADL

    Chen, DeJiu; Johansson, Rolf; Lönn, Henrik; Törngren, Martin

    2007-01-01

    The complexity of embedded automotive systemscalls for a more rigorous approach to systemdevelopment compared to current state of practice. Acritical issue is the management of the engineeringinformation that defines the embedded system. TheEAST-ADL1 is an architecture description languagefor automotive embedded systems. The languageemphasizes information management as a basis forsystematic design and verification. It is currently beingrefined in the ATESST2 project.

  18. UV Index Modeling by Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ADL Model)

    Alexandre Boleira Lopo; Maria Helena Constantino Spyrides; Paulo Sérgio Lucio; Javier Sigró

    2014-01-01

    The objective of this work is to model statistically the ultraviolet radiation index (UV Index) to make forecast (extrapolate) and analyze trends. The task is relevant, due to increased UV flux and high rate of cases non-melanoma skin cancer in northeast of Brazil. The methodology utilized an Autoregressive Distributed Lag model (ADL) or Dynamic Linear Regression model. The monthly data of UV index were measured in east coast of the Brazilian Northeast (City of Natal-Rio G...

  19. 77 FR 46683 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) School...

    2012-08-06

    .... Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) School... of data concerning the school enrollment within the Current Population Survey (CPS) beginning in... education and training policies on key, policy-relevant populations. II. Method of Collection The...

  20. Towards Middleware-Based Cooperation Topologies for the Next Generation of CPS

    Ismael Etxeberria-Agiriano

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS integrate embedded computers that control physical processes. Application domains for CPS may be found in intelligent buildings, healthcare, transportation and factory automation, among many others. Typically, they are based on low profile computing elements, such as sensors and actuators that must communicate to carry out complex tasks. They must address certain issues such as managing available resources and service redundancy, as well as solving heterogeneity. In particular, managing communication issues can be relatively complex. In this scenario, middleware technologies can help developers in the design of state-of-the-art CPS. This work describes the design principles of CPS that require cooperation. More specifically, it presents a generic family of logical information exchange and cooperation topologies capable of adapting dynamically to changes in the environment. These topologies may be implemented on top of several middleware specifications as a means for managing distributed resources and service redundancy of CPS at run-time.

  1. Phylogenetic distribution and membrane topology of the LytR-CpsA-Psr protein family

    Berger-Bächi Brigitte

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background The bacterial cell wall is the target of many antibiotics and cell envelope constituents are critical to host-pathogen interactions. To combat resistance development and virulence, a detailed knowledge of the individual factors involved is essential. Members of the LytR-CpsA-Psr family of cell envelope-associated attenuators are relevant for β-lactam resistance, biofilm formation, and stress tolerance, and they are suggested to play a role in cell wall maintenance. However, their precise function is still unknown. This study addresses the occurrence as well as sequence-based characteristics of the LytR-CpsA-Psr proteins. Results A comprehensive list of LytR-CpsA-Psr proteins was established, and their phylogenetic distribution and clustering into subgroups was determined. LytR-CpsA-Psr proteins were present in all Gram-positive organisms, except for the cell wall-deficient Mollicutes and one strain of the Clostridiales. In contrast, the majority of Gram-negatives did not contain LytR-CpsA-Psr family members. Despite high sequence divergence, the LytR-CpsA-Psr domains of different subclusters shared a highly similar, predicted mixed a/β-structure, and conserved charged residues. PhoA fusion experiments, using MsrR of Staphylococcus aureus, confirmed membrane topology predictions and extracellular location of its LytR-CpsA-Psr domain. Conclusion The LytR-CpsA-Psr domain is unique to bacteria. The presence of diverse subgroups within the LytR-CpsA-Psr family might indicate functional differences, and could explain variations in phenotypes of respective mutants reported. The identified conserved structural elements and amino acids are likely to be important for the function of the domain and will help to guide future studies of the LytR-CpsA-Psr proteins.

  2. The psychometric properties of ADCS - activities of daily living inventory and comparison of different ADL scores

    Rózsa, S.; Brandtmüller, A.; Nagy, B.; Brennan, A.(School of Physics, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia); Akehurst, R

    2009-01-01

    Several multi-item activities of daily living (ADL) scales have been developed for assessment of functional status of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) in the last few decades. A disadvantage of the large number of scales is that scores of different ADL scales cannot be compared directly with each other. ADL scales which are used by McNamee’s (Townsend's disability scale) and Hill’s (Medicare Beneficiary definitions and Katz index of ADL) provide suitable tools for modelling the cost-eff...

  3. Self-reported and Observed Quality of ADL Task Performance in Adults with Depression

    Nielsen, Kristina Tomra; Wæhrens, Eva

    2014-01-01

    Introduction Limited relationship between measures of self-reported and observed quality of ADL task performance has been revealed in a rheumatologic population, stressing the need to apply both self-report and observation in that population when evaluating ADL task performance. As occupational t...... quality of ADL task performance, it is recommended that occupational therapists perform evaluations of ADL task performance based on both interview and observation as prescribed in the Occupational Therapy Intervention Process Model (OTIPM)....... diagnosed with depression (range 19-79, median 45,5) Procedure In order to evaluate the participants’ self-reported and observed quality of ADL task performance the ADL-Interview (ADL-I) and the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) were chosen. Both instruments are developed to evaluate and measure...... performance. 35% had AMPS ADL process ability measures below cut off indicating decreased efficiency, safety risk and/or need of assistance. However, limited relationship was found between measures of self-reported and observed quality of ADL task performance (figure 3 and 4). Conclusion Evaluations based on...

  4. Audio Development Laboratory (ADL) User Test Planning Guide

    Romero, Andy

    2012-01-01

    Test process, milestones and inputs are unknowns to first-time users of the ADL. The User Test Planning Guide aids in establishing expectations for both NASA and non-NASA facility customers. The potential audience for this guide includes both internal and commercial spaceflight hardware/software developers. It is intended to assist their test engineering personnel in test planning and execution. Material covered includes a roadmap of the test process, roles and responsibilities of facility and user, major milestones, facility capabilities, and inputs required by the facility. Samples of deliverables, test article interfaces, and inputs necessary to define test scope, cost, and schedule are included as an appendix to the guide.

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  6. Self-reported quality of ADL task performance among patients with COPD exacerbations

    Bendixen, Hans Jørgen; Wæhrens, Eva Elisabet Ejlersen; Wilcke, Jon Torgny;

    2014-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: Patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) experience problems in the performance of activities of daily living (ADL) tasks. The objective was to examine the self-reported quality of ADL task performance among COPD patients, and to investigate whether age, gen...

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  15. File list: ALL.Adl.20.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  1. File list: Oth.Adl.20.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  5. File list: NoD.Adl.10.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  6. File list: Pol.Adl.20.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  7. File list: InP.Adl.10.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  8. File list: His.Adl.50.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  13. File list: Oth.Adl.50.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  14. File list: His.Adl.05.AllAg.Octopaminergic_neurons [Chip-atlas[Archive

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  4. 76 FR 75869 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Fertility...

    2011-12-05

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Fertility... government and private analysts to project future population growth, to analyze child spacing, and to...

  5. Alternate Communications Spectrum Study (ACSS) for Aviation Data Links (ADL)

    Matolak, David W.

    2003-01-01

    The aim of the work was to identify the key factors involved in the use of alternate spectrum in various bands for a future integrated CNS data link. The study focused on systems and spectral bands that can deliver VDL-or-higher data rates in a two-way communication setting (including air-ground, ground-air, and air-air modes of operation), with multiple platforms (aircraft) operating in the same local environment. We begin with a review of the initial task list, and the final task list. The final task list contained a focus upon spectral availability and related systems that could be affected by the deployment of a new aviation data link (ADL) system. Most of this addresses the lower few layers of the communications protocol stack. A brief review of current related efforts in the aeronautical community is then provided, in which we describe several systems and programs of interest. Participation in some of these efforts is recommended. We also delineate several of the advantages and disadvantages of these system/efforts, in view of anticipated requirements of a new ADL. Desired attributes of a new ADL system are then discussed, and a connection with existing systems is made. The need to consider a wider set of alternative systems and technologies is described, and the beneficial aspects of a particular transmission technique- spread spectrum-are discussed. We then discuss in more detail several potential spectral regions, in terms of propagation conditions, available technology, spectrum availability, and waveform selection. Some comments on the need for standardization are also provided. We note that none of the existing systems described will likely meet the full range of desired features of a new ADL, but that several systems and spectral regions offer promise in terms of one or more characteristics. A system design and analysis approach is then provided. In this, we again focus on the lower few layers of the protocol stack, and aim to capture the main features

  6. Constructing Active Architectures in the ArchWare ADL

    Morrison, Ron; Balasubramaniam, Dharini; Mickan, Kath; Oquendo, Flavio; Cîmpan, Sorana; Warboys, Brian; Snowdon, Bob; Greenwood, Mark

    2010-01-01

    Software that cannot change is condemned to atrophy: it cannot accommodate the constant revision and re-negotiation of its business goals nor intercept the potential of new technology. To accommodate change in such systems we have defined an active software architecture to be: dynamic in that the structure and cardinality of the components and interactions are not statically known; updatable in that components can be replaced dynamically; and evolvable in that it permits its executing specification to be changed. Here we describe the facilities of the ArchWare architecture description language (ADL) for specifying active architectures. The contribution of the work is the unique combination of concepts including: a {\\pi}-calculus based communication and expression language for specifying executable architectures; hyper-code as an underlying representation of system execution; a decomposition operator to break up and introspect on executing systems; and structural reflection for creating new components and bind...

  7. Investigation of thermohydraulic parameter variations in operating conditions of Bilibino NPP CPS cooling circuit

    In consequence of activities on uncovering the reasons for through faults formation in cooling tubes of reactor control and protection system (CPS) channels of Bilibino-2 reactor the conclusion is made that corrosion failure development takes place against the backdrop of periodic increase of total moisture in reactor space at transient and standby modes at top of cooling tubes of CPS channels. Formation of corrosion defects in cooling tubes of four CPS channels of unit 2 in 2011-2012 is specific factor for this plant unit and do not effect on operation of other plant units. It is pointed out that ingress of moisture into gas system of the reactor is the critical factor providing integrity of structure elements of EhPG-6 reactor core cooling system. This fact agrees nicely with the results obtained during operation AM reactor of the First NPP

  8. A Process for the Representation of openEHR ADL Archetypes in OWL Ontologies.

    Porn, Alex Mateus; Peres, Leticia Mara; Didonet Del Fabro, Marcos

    2015-01-01

    ADL is a formal language to express archetypes, independent of standards or domain. However, its specification is not precise enough in relation to the specialization and semantic of archetypes, presenting difficulties in implementation and a few available tools. Archetypes may be implemented using other languages such as XML or OWL, increasing integration with Semantic Web tools. Exchanging and transforming data can be better implemented with semantics oriented models, for example using OWL which is a language to define and instantiate Web ontologies defined by W3C. OWL permits defining significant, detailed, precise and consistent distinctions among classes, properties and relations by the user, ensuring the consistency of knowledge than using ADL techniques. This paper presents a process of an openEHR ADL archetypes representation in OWL ontologies. This process consists of ADL archetypes conversion in OWL ontologies and validation of OWL resultant ontologies using the mutation test. PMID:26262167

  9. Software component composition based on ADL and Middleware

    2001-01-01

    How to compose prefabricated components is a key issue in component-based reuse. Research on Software Architecture (SA) and Component-based Software Development (CBSD) provides two hopeful solutions from different perspectives. SA provides a top-down approach to realizing component-based reuse. However, it pays insufficient attention to the refinement and implementation of the architectural descriptions, and does not provide the necessary capability to automate the transformation or composition to form a final executable application. CBSD provides a bottom-up way by using existing middleware infrastructures. However, these technologies do not take into account the systematic methodology that can guide the CBSD process, especially the component composition at higher abstract levels. We argue that it is a natural solution to combine these two approaches.   In this paper, an architecture-based component composition approach is presented. In this way, SA description, using mapping rules and mini-tools to narrow the gap between design and implementation, is used as the blueprint and middleware technology as the runtime scaffold for component composition. Our approach presents an ADL, which supports user-defined connectors and has an extensible framework, to specify software architectures. To map a SA description into implementation, it is necessary to map it first to an OO design model described in UML, then to the final implementation. The architectural description can be mapped into source code or executable code by using some ORB conforming to CORBA standard. Also a toolkit is provided to support this approach efficiently.

  10. Consequences of cps mutation of Klebsiella pneumoniae on 1,3-propanediol fermentation.

    Guo, Ni-Ni; Zheng, Zong-Ming; Mai, Yu-Lin; Liu, Hong-Juan; Liu, De-Hua

    2010-03-01

    The filtration in 1,3-propanediol (1,3-PD) downstream process is influenced by the large amounts of capsular polysaccharides (CPS) produced by Klebsiella pneumoniae CGMCC 1.6366. The morphological and fermentation properties were investigated with the CPS-deficient mutant K. pneumoniae CGMCC 1.6366 CPS. Similar biomass was obtained with CGMCC 1.6366, and the mutant strain in batch cultures indicating the cell growth was slightly inhibited by CPS defection. The viscosity of fermentation broth by mutant strain decreased by 27.45%. The flux with ceramic membrane filter was enhanced from 168.12 to 303.6 l h(-1) m(-2), exhibiting the great importance for downstream processing of 1,3-PD fermentation. The products spectrum of mutant isolate changed remarkably regarding to the concentration of fermentation products. The synthesis of important 1,3-PD and 2,3-butanediol was enhanced from 9.73 and 4.06 g l(-1) to 10.37 and 4.77 g l(-1) in batch cultures. The noncapsuled K. pneumoniae provided higher 1,3-PD yield of 0.54 mol mol(-1) than that of encapsuled wild parent in batch cultures. The fed-batch fermentation of mutant strain resulted in 1,3-PD concentration, yield, and productivity of 78.13 g l(-1), 0.53 mol mol(-1), and 1.95 g l(-1) h(-1), respectively. PMID:19936735

  11. 76 FR 3610 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Surveys (CPS)-Housing...

    2011-01-20

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE U.S. Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Surveys (CPS)--Housing Vacancy Survey (HVS) AGENCY: U.S. Census Bureau, Commerce. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The Department...

  12. 77 FR 21526 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) School...

    2012-04-10

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE U.S. Census Bureau Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) School Enrollment Supplement AGENCY: U.S. Census Bureau. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The Department of Commerce,...

  13. The CPS Plasma Award at the Intel Science and Engineering Fair

    Berry, Lee

    2012-10-01

    For the past eight years, the Coalition for Plasma Science (CPS) has presented an award for a plasma project at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). We reported on the first five years of this award at the 2009 DPP Symposium. Pulsed neutron-producing experiments are a recurring topic, with the efforts now turning to applications. The most recent award at the Pittsburgh ISEF this past May was given for analysis of data from Brookhaven's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. The effort had the goal of understanding the fluid properties of the quark-gluon plasma. All of the CPS award-winning projects so far have been based on experiments, with four awards going to women students and four to men. In 2009 we noted that the number and quality of projects was improving. Since then, as we we predicted (hoped for), that trend has continued. The CPS looks forward to continuing its work with students who are excited about the possibilities of plasma. You too can share this excitement by judging at the 2013 fair in Phoenix on May 12-17. Information may be obtained by emailing cps@plasmacoalition.org.

  14. Diffusive Promotion by Velocity Gradient of Cytoplasmic Streaming (CPS in Nitella Internodal Cells.

    Kenji Kikuchi

    Full Text Available Cytoplasmic streaming (CPS is well known to assist the movement of nutrients, organelles and genetic material by transporting all of the cytoplasmic contents of a cell. CPS is generated by motility organelles that are driven by motor proteins near a membrane surface, where the CPS has been found to have a flat velocity profile in the flow field according to the sliding theory. There is a consistent mixing of contents inside the cell by CPS if the velocity gradient profile is flattened, which is not assisted by advection diffusion but is only supported by Brownian diffusion. Although the precise flow structure of the cytoplasm has an important role for cellular metabolism, the hydrodynamic mechanism of its convection has not been clarified. We conducted an experiment to visualise the flow of cytoplasm in Nitella cells by injecting tracer fluorescent nanoparticles and using a flow visualisation system in order to understand how the flow profile affects their metabolic system. We determined that the velocity field in the cytosol has an obvious velocity gradient, not a flattened gradient, which suggests that the gradient assists cytosolic mixing by Taylor-Aris dispersion more than by Brownian diffusion.

  15. Using creative problem solving (CPS) to improve leadership in a non-profit organization

    Sousa, Fernando; Castelão, Paula; Monteiro, Ileana Pardal; Pellissier, René

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Creative Problem Solving (CPS) method in improving the leadership process in a non-profit organization. The research was designed around an intervention and structured in three stages (pre-consult, intervention and follow-up), with a team designated by management, in order to bring leadership cohesion to both departments of the organization and also between the board and executive management. The results, expressed in the task...

  16. UHF RFID Antenna: Printed Dipole Antenna with a CPS Matching Circuit and Inductively Coupled Feed

    Nenad Popović

    2011-01-01

    This paper presents simulated (WIPL‐D pro) and measured results of a UHF RFID antenna realized with a dipole matched to a CPS (Coplanar Stripline) and inductively coupled with a small rectangular loop. Such a design enables achieving and controlling high values of the inductive reactance that is necessary for obtaining good match of the antenna to an Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) chip. The antenna is characterized by a simple and robust design, which results in low‐cost re...

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  20. On the spatial behavior of background plasma in different background pressure in CPS device

    Blob formation and transport is a major concern for investigators as it greatly reduces the efficiency of the devices. Initial results from CPS device confirm the role of fast neutrals inside the bulk plasma in the process of blob formation and transport. 2-D simulation of curvature and velocity shear instability in plasma structures suggest that in the presence of background plasma, secondary instability do not grow non-linearly to a high level and stabilizes the flow. Adiabaticity effect also creates a radial barrier for interchange modes. In the absence of background plasma the blob fragments even at the modest level of viscosity. The fast neutrals outside bulk plasma supposed to stabilize the system. The background plasma set up is aimed at creating fast neutrals outside main plasma column, hence; the background plasma set up is done in CPS device. The spatial behavior of plasma column in between electrodes is different for different base pressure in CPS device. The spatial variation of electron temperature of plasma column between electrodes is presented in this communication. Electron temperature is measured from emission spectroscopy data. The maximum electron temperature (line averaged) is ∼ 1.5 eV. (author)

  1. Keefektifan Model Kooperatif Tipe Make A Match dan Model CPS Terhadap Kemampuan Pemecahan Masalah dan Motivasi Belajar

    Nur Fitri Amalia

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available AbstrakTujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui keefektifan model kooperatif tipe Make a Match dan model CPS terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah dan motivasi belajar sis-wa kelas X pada materi persamaan dan fungsi kuadrat. Populasi dalam penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas X SMA N 1 Subah tahun ajaran 2013/2014. Sampel dalam penelitian ini diam-bil dengan teknik random sampling, yaitu teknik pengambilan sampel dengan acak. Kelas X8 terpilih sebagai kelas eksperimen I dengan penerapan model kooperatif tipe Make a Match dan kelas X7 terpilih sebagai kelas eksperimen II dengan penerapan model CPS. Da-ta hasil penelitian diperoleh dengan tes dan pemberian angket untuk kemudian dianalisis menggunakan uji proporsi dan uji t. Hasil penelitian adalah (1 implementasi model koope-ratif tipe Make a Match efektif terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah; (2 implementasi model CPS efektif terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah; (3 implementasi model koo-peratif tipe Make a Match lebih baik daripada model CPS terhadap kemampuan pecahan masalah; (4 implementasi model CPS lebih baik daripada model kooperatif tipe Make a Match terhadap motivasi belajar.Kata Kunci:       Make A Match; CPS; Pemecahan Masalah; Motivasi  AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of cooperative models Make a Match and CPS to problem-solving ability and motivation of students of class X in the equation of matter and quadratic function. The population of this study was the tenth grade students of state senior high school 1 Subah academic year 2013/2014. The samples in this study were taken by random sampling technique, that is sampling techniques with random. Class X8 was selected as the experimental class I with the application of cooperative model make a Match and class X7 was selected as the experimental class II with the application of the CPS. The data were obtained with the administration of a questionnaire to test and then analyzed using the

  2. Muscle strength as a predictor of onset of ADL dependence in people aged 75 years

    Rantanen, Taina; Avlund, Kirsten; Suominen, Harri;

    2002-01-01

    each muscle group tested, three equal groups were formed for men and women separately based on distributions of results. Those who reported being unable or needing help for eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, walking indoors or transferring from a bed or a chair were rated as ADL dependent. Of the...

  3. Differences between questionnaire-and interview-based measures of activities of daily living (ADL) ability and their association with observed ADL ability in women with rheumatoid arthritis, knee osteoarthritis, and fibromyalgia

    Wæhrens, E. E.; Bliddal, Henning; Danneskiold-Samsøe, Bente;

    2012-01-01

    Although self-report based on questionnaire is the common method to obtain information about activities of daily living (ADL) ability in rheumatic diseases, little is known about the relationship between measures of ADL ability based on questionnaire, interview, and observation. The present study...... examined whether measures of self-reported ADL ability based on questionnaire and interview yielded different results, determined whether the magnitude of the difference varied among women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), knee osteoarthritis (OA), and fibromyalgia (FM), and investigated the relationships...

  4. Changes in Antibody Levels during and following an Episode of Acute Adenolymphangitis (ADL among Lymphedema Patients in Leogane, Haiti.

    Katherine E Mues

    Full Text Available Episodes of acute adenolymphangitis (ADL are often the first clinical sign of lymphatic filariasis (LF. They are often accompanied by swelling of the affected limb, inflammation, fever, and general malaise and lead to the progression of lymphedema. Although ADL episodes have been studied for a century or more, questions still remain as to their etiology. We quantified antibody levels to pathogens that potentially contribute to ADL episodes during and after an episode among lymphedema patients in Léogâne, Haiti. We estimated the proportion of ADL episodes hypothesized to be attributed to specific pathogens.We measured antibody levels to specific pathogens during and following an ADL episode among 41 lymphedema patients enrolled in a cohort study in Léogâne, Haiti. We calculated the absolute and relative changes in antibody levels between the ADL and convalescent time points. We calculated the proportion of episodes that demonstrated a two-fold increase in antibody level for several bacterial, fungal, and filarial pathogens.Our results showed the greatest proportion of two-fold changes in antibody levels for the carbohydrate antigen Streptococcus group A, followed by IgG2 responses to a soluble filarial antigen (BpG2, Streptococcal Pyrogenic Exotoxin B, and an antigen for the fungal pathogen Candida. When comparing the median antibody level during the ADL episode to the median antibody level at the convalescent time point, only the antigens for Pseudomonas species (P-value = 0.0351 and Streptolysin O (P-value = 0.0074 showed a significant result.Although our results are limited by the lack of a control group and few antibody responses, they provide some evidence for infection with Streptococcus A as a potential contributing factor to ADL episodes. Our results add to the current evidence and illustrate the importance of determining the causal role of bacterial and fungal pathogens and immunological antifilarial response in ADL episodes.

  5. A highly facile and selective Chemo-Paper-Sensor (CPS) for detection of strontium.

    Kang, Sung-Min; Jang, Sung-Chan; Huh, Yun Suk; Lee, Chang-Soo; Roh, Changhyun

    2016-06-01

    Chemosensors have attracted increasing attention for their usefulness on-site detection and monitoring. In this study, we elucidated a novel, facile, and highly selective Chemo-Paper-Sensor (CPS) for detection and monitoring of strontium (Sr(2+)) ions, which means a potent colorimetric sensor based on a Chrysoidine G (CG)-coated paper strip. The CPS for highly selective colorimetric detection of strontium ion was handily analyzed to determine the red-green-blue (RGB) value using portable devices such as desktop digital scanner and mobile phone camera, quantitatively. Interestingly, an orange to dark orange color transition was observed when the aqueous and solid paper colorimetric sensor was introduced to Sr(2+) ion, respectively. It was demonstrated that the value of the signal has a linear relationship with concentrations of the strontium in the 500 ppm to 100 ppb range with a detection limit of 200 ppb. We believe that a newly developed Chemo-Paper-Sensor will be useful in a wide range of sensing applications. PMID:26953730

  6. Modeling of continuous withdrawal and falling out of CPS control rods accident, using QUABOX/CUBBOX-HYCA code

    At present, at the Ignalina NPP the process of a wider use of the new uranium-erbium fuel of higher saturation and the manual control rods of new design is going on. These actions are directed to reducing the reactor control and protection system (CPS) cooling circuit voiding effect and to improving the technical and economical reactor operation parameters. Continuous withdrawal and falling out of CPS control rods lead to the reactivity and power changes in the reactor core. Therefore, important for safety is the evaluation of the CPS ability to compensate for the resulting excess reactivity in the reactor core, having the changed core loading conditions during such accidents. This article presents the calculation results of the continuous withdrawal and falling out of CPS control rods for the specific reactor core conditions of the Ignalina NPP Unit 2, i.e. during its operation on the maximum allowed power level of 4200 MW. The German code QUABOX/CUBBOX-HYCA with the improved CPS logic was used for the simulation of the above-mentioned transients. (author)

  7. A comparative study of ADL at home and at care facilities : differences between system of elderly daycare administration

    Mitsumura, Mika; Someya, Fujiko

    2011-01-01

    [Purpose] In elderly daycare facilities, services are provided according to independence support, which is the basic philosophy of Long-Term Care Insurance, to maintain and improve the user s activities of daily living (ADL). However, the efforts aimed at independence support and methods of service vary from facility to facility. In this study, we examined the relationship between the administrations system of the facilities and the user s independence of ADL, comparing two typ...

  8. Interaction of valleys and circulation patterns (CPs) on spatial precipitation patterns in southern Germany

    Liu, M.; Bárdossy, A.; Zehe, E.

    2013-11-01

    Topography exerts influence on the spatial precipitation distribution over different scales, known typically at the large scale as the orographic effect, and at the small scale as the wind-drift rainfall (WDR) effect. At the intermediate scale (1~10 km), which is characterized by secondary mountain valleys, topography also demonstrates some effect on the precipitation pattern. This paper investigates such intermediate-scale topographic effects on precipitation patterns, focusing on narrow-steep valleys in the complex terrain of southern Germany, based on the daily observations over a 48 yr period (1960~2007) from a high-density rain-gauge network covering two sub-areas, Baden-Wuerttemberg (BW) and Bavaria (BY). Precipitation data at the valley and non-valley stations are compared under consideration of the daily general circulation patterns (CPs) classified by a fuzzy rule-based algorithm. Scatter plots of precipitation against elevation demonstrate a different behavior of valley stations comparing to non-valley stations. A detailed study of the precipitation time series for selected station triplets, each consisting of a valley station, a mountain station and an open station have been investigated by statistical analysis with the Kolmogorov-Smirnov (KS) test supplemented by the One-way analysis of variance (One-way ANOVA) and a graphical comparison of the mean precipitation amounts. The results show an interaction of valley orientation and the direction of the CPs at the intermediate scale, i.e. when the valley is shielded from the CP which carries the precipitation, the precipitation amount within the valley is comparable to that on the mountain crest, and both larger than the precipitation at the open station. When the valley is open to the CP, the precipitation within the valley is similar to the open station but much less than that on the mountain. Such phenomenon where the precipitation is "blind" to the valleys at the intermediate scale conditioned on CPs is

  9. Loneliness in elderly individuals, level of dependence in activities of daily living (ADL) and influential factors.

    Hacihasanoğlu, Rabia; Yildirim, Arzu; Karakurt, Papatya

    2012-01-01

    This study has been carried out to investigate the level of loneliness, determine the level of dependence in the ADL and influential factors in the elderly people. This descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted in 5 Family Healthcare Centers (FHC) located in central Erzincan, Turkey between March and June 2010. The data of the research was collected using a questionnaire that determined the descriptive and UCLA Loneliness Scale (UCLA-LS). Mean score of the UCLA-LS was determined as 51.59 ± 4.44. It was determined that 2% of the elderly ADL were completely dependent, 14.5% were semi-dependent. Factors such as being old, a widow/divorced, having a lower level of education and/or income, living alone, having a chronic disease, poor self-perceived health, lack of visits by relatives or acquaintances, dissatisfaction with the place of living, and being fully dependent while performing daily activities were determined as factors which increased the level of loneliness. Furthermore, factors such as being old, a female, a widow/divorced, living together with a daughter/son, having a chronic disease and poor self-perceived health were found to be influential in dependency. Elderly people who are alone and dependent in fulfilling their ADL should be monitored more closely. PMID:21514680

  10. Incongruence between the cps type 2 genotype and host-related phenotypes of an Enterococcus faecalis food isolate.

    Gaspar, Frédéric Bustos; Montero, Natalia; Akary, Elodie; Teixeira, Neuza; Matos, Renata; Gonzalez-Zorn, Bruno; Barreto Crespo, Maria Teresa; Serror, Pascale; Silva Lopes, Maria de Fátima

    2012-08-17

    Enterococcus faecalis is a nosocomial opportunistic pathogen, but is also found in fermented food products where it plays a fundamental role in the fermentation process. Previously, we have described the non-starter E. faecalis cheese isolate QA29b as harboring virulence genes and proven to be virulent in Galleria mellonella virulence model. In this study, we further characterized this food strain concerning traits relevant for the host-pathogen relationship. QA29b was found to belong to sequence type (ST) 72, a common ST among food isolates, and thus we consider it as a good representative of food E. faecalis strains. It demonstrated high ability to form biofilms, to adhere to epithelial cells and was readily eliminated by J774.A1 macrophage cells. Despite carrying the cps locus associated with the capsular polysaccharide CPS 2 type, cps genes were not expressed, likely due to an IS6770 inserted in the cpsC-cpsK promoter region. This work constitutes the first study of traits important for interaction, colonization and infection in the host performed on a good representative of E. faecalis food isolates. Reported results stress the need for a reliable serotyping assay of E. faecalis, as cps genotyping may not be reliable. Overall, QA29b characterization shows that despite its virulence potential in an insect model, this food strain is readily eliminated by mammalian macrophages. Thus, fine tuned approaches combining cellular and mammalian models are needed to address and elucidate the multifactorial aspect of virulence potential associated with food isolates. PMID:22831818

  11. Intervention effects on negative affect of CPS-referred children: results of a randomized clinical trial.

    Lind, Teresa; Bernard, Kristin; Ross, Emily; Dozier, Mary

    2014-09-01

    Exposure to early adversity places young children at risk for behavioral, physiological, and emotional dysregulation, predisposing them to a range of long-term problematic outcomes. Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) is a 10-session intervention designed to enhance children's self-regulatory capabilities by helping parents to behave in nurturing, synchronous, and non-frightening ways. The effectiveness of the intervention was assessed in a randomized clinical trial, with parents who had been referred to Child Protective Services (CPS) for allegations of maltreatment. Parent-child dyads received either the ABC intervention or a control intervention. Following the intervention, children from the ABC intervention (n=56) expressed lower levels of negative affect during a challenging task compared to children from the control intervention (n=61). PMID:24814751

  12. The Chicago Public Schools (CPS)/University of Chicago (UC) Internet Project (CUIP)

    Richardson, D.; Rebull, L. M.; Munoz-Franco, L.; Jay, M. J.; Burke, R. D.; Fenstermacher, K. D.; Lenz, D. D.; MacNaught, H.; Marks, M. D.; Murphy, J.; Thomas, C.; York, D. G.; Anderson, D.; Chisom, Y.; Dynis, R.; Letts, J.; Lewis, E.; Harris, E.; Segneri, L.

    1998-01-01

    The Chicago Public Schools (CPS)/University of Chicago (UC) Internet Project (CUIP) is a collaborative pilot project among the UC, CPS Central Administration, and 24 public schools in the Woodlawn, Hyde Park/ South Kenwood, and North Kenwood/Oakland neighborhoods. Our primary goal is connecting these schools to the Internet, emphasizing the continued support of the schools and their teachers after the computers and connections are in place. We work with principals, department heads, and individual teachers to create and nurture a self-sustaining computer culture that will both maintain the network systems and incorporate the technology into the curriculum. We also encourage the schools to take advantage of ther new connectivity by collaborating and sharing resources among themselves. Formal interactions are fostered with museums and research centers, locally and nationally. CUIP is committed to supporting these schools as they use the Internet to enhance student learning. CUIP's goals include: providing T-1 internet connectivity to 24 local schools, supporting the technology coordinator in each school in order to ensure continuous Internet connectivity, and developing effective technology plans, including technology upgrades; nurturing and supporting teachers interested in incorporating technology in their classroom; fostering an environment in which the students can acquire a wide range of comptuer skills appropriate to the current job market; and fostering similar community-based efforts, around Chicago and the nation. CUIP's milestones include: internet service connected to 12 schools; technology interns placed in some CUIP schools in collaboration with Governors State University; email provided to more than half of the 660 teachers in connected schools; and World Wide Web for Teachers, a summer class on curriculum uses of the Web, taught by CUIP staff to 23 of over 100 public school teacher applicants.

  13. The Link between Cognitive Measures and ADLs and IADL Functioning in Mild Alzheimer's: What Has Gender Got to Do with It?

    James R. Hall

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Objectives. To investigate the link between neurocognitive measures and various aspects of daily living (ADL and IADL in women and men with mild Alzheimer's disease (AD. Methods. Participants were 202 AD patients (91 male, 111 female with CDR global scores of ≤1. ADLs and IADLs ratings were obtained from caregivers. Cognitive domains were assessed with neuropsychological testing. Results. Memory and executive functioning were related to IADL scores. Executive functioning was linked to total ADL. Comparisons stratified on gender found attention predicted total ADL score in both men and women. Attention predicted bathing and eating ability in women only. Language predicted IADL functions in men (food preparation and women (driving. Conclusions. Associations between ADLs/IADLs and memory, learning, executive functioning, and language suggest that even in patients with mild AD, basic ADLs require complex cognitive processes. Gender differences in the domains of learning and memory area were found.

  14. Biochemical Characterization of CPS-1, a Subclass B3 Metallo-β-Lactamase from a Chryseobacterium piscium Soil Isolate

    Gudeta, Dereje Dadi; Pollini, Simona; Docquier, Jean-Denis;

    2016-01-01

    CPS-1 is a subclass B3 metallo-β-lactamase from a Chryseobacterium piscium isolated from soil, showing 68 % amino acid identity to GOB-1 enzyme. CPS-1 was overproduced in Escherichia coli Rosetta (DE3), purified by chromatography and biochemically characterized. This enzyme exhibits a broad spect...

  15. AudioRegent: Exploiting SimpleADL and SoX for Digital Audio Delivery

    Nitin Arora

    2010-01-01

    AudioRegent is a command-line Python script currently being used by the University of Alabama Libraries’ Digital Services to create web-deliverable MP3s from regions within archival audio files. In conjunction with a small-footprint XML file called SimpleADL and SoX, an open-source command-line audio editor, AudioRegent batch processes archival audio files, allowing for one or many user-defined regions, particular to each audio file, to be extracted with additional audio processing in a trans...

  16. The LEIR LLRF DSP-Carrier Board : Performance, CPS Renovation Plan and Recommendations

    Angoletta, M E

    2007-01-01

    The LEIR LLRF project started in late 2003 and included designing,manufacturing and commissioning a novel, all-digital beam control system. The project was first to provide the LEIR machine with a beam control system satisfying the many performance requirements. This was achieved in 2006 with the successful LEIR LLRF system commissioning. In addition, the project was to act as a pilot to export the same technology to the other machines of the PS Complex (CPS), such as PS, PSB and AD. New machines currently being proposed (e.g. ELENA) will also rely on it. The evaluation of the LEIR experience and the recommendations on how to best pursue this migration strategy are therefore integral parts of the LEIR LLRF project. A fundamental building block of the LEIR LLRF system is the DSP-carrier board where all beam control loops are implemented. This note examines the main features of the DSP-carrier board release 1.0 used in LEIR and evaluates their impact on the LEIR LLRF implementation and operational performance. ...

  17. ADVANCED DISTRIBUTED LEARNING (ADL PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE IN THE REGIONAL DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STUDIES EDUCATIONAL ENDEAVOUR

    Cezar VASILESCU

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Throughout the years, Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL became an important part of DRESMARA’s teaching and education programs. This paper presents an overview of the past and present ADL related initiatives that took place in DRESMARA, along with a short analysis of key issues related with ADL implementation. Also presents the content of a typical online complementary package that provides all the needed support for a resident course. In the end presents the latest developments and efforts to bring innovative and effective methods, practices and technology to the NATO Alliance and the Partnership for Peace Program, in order to enhance education and training initiatives and enrich DRESMARA’s course offering.

  18. Cloning and molecular characterization of cpsE gene of Streptococcus agalactiae isolated from tilapia%罗非鱼源无乳链球菌cpsE基因的克隆和分子特性分析

    汪开毓; 付希; 肖丹; 黄锦炉; 王均; 王浩丞

    2011-01-01

    The cpsE gene of Streptococcus agalactiae virulent strain isolated from tilapia was amplified by PCR with specific primers and cloned into pMD19-T vector. The recombinant plasmid was strongly confirmed by PCR combined with restriction enzyme digestion (BarnH Ⅰ and Hind Ⅲ ). Molecular characterization analysis of cpsE gene was performed by bioinformatics tools like Clustal X 2.0, MEGA 4.1 ,Bioedit 7.0, TMHMM, NetPhos 2.0, NetNGlyc 1.0, SignalP 3.0 Server, PSIpred, SAM_T08 and CUSP. Results indicated that amino acid sequence deduced by cpsE of tilapia S. agalactiae was highly conserved and has revealed a surprising degree( 100% ) of homology among strains isolated from human and other mammals. Polypeptide analyzed in this study contained a Glycosyltransferases superfamily conserved domain that functioned as enzyme that catalyzed the transfer of sugar moieties from activated donor molecules to specific acceptor molecules. Moreover,the polypeptide possessed 3 phosphorylation sites which related to post-translational modification. The hydrophilic regions were larger than hydrophobic regions and transmembrane domain was predicted to exist in polypeptide chain. The analysis of codon bias demonstrated the codon usage frequency of cpsE of tilapia S. agalactiae was distinctly different and it preferred to perform in eucaryote.%利用特异性引物,采用PCR扩增出分离自患病罗非鱼无乳链球菌强毒株的cpsE基因,将其克隆到pMDl9-T载体上,通过菌落PCR鉴定和利用限制性内切酶BamH I和HindⅢ对重组质粒进行双酶切鉴定之后送测序公司测序,并利用生物信息学软件Clustal X 2.0、MEGA 4.1、Bioedit 7.0、TMHMM、NetPhos 2.0、NetNGlyc 1.0、SignalP 3.0 Server、PSIpred、SAM_T08以及CUSP等分析cpsE基因的分子特性.结果显示,罗非鱼源无乳链球菌cpsE编码氨基酸序列具有高度保守性,与人源、动物源无乳链球菌亲缘性达100%,具有1个参与催化糖基元转运的Glycosyltransferases

  19. Quantitative Assessment of ADL: A Pilot Study of Upper Extremity Reaching Tasks

    Saiyi Li

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Effective telerehabilitation technologies enable patients with certain physiological disabilities to engage in rehabilitative exercises for performing Activities of Daily Living (ADLs. Therefore, training and assessment scenarios for the performance of ADLs are vital for the promotion for telerehabilitation. In this paper we investigate quantitatively and automatically assessing patient’s kinematic ability to perform functional upper extremity reaching tasks. The shape of the movement trajectory and the instantaneous acceleration of kinematically crucial body parts, such as wrists, are used to compute the approximate entropy of the motions to represent stability (smoothness in addition to the duration of the activity. Computer simulations were conducted to illustrate the consistency, sensitivity and robustness of the proposed method. A preliminary experiment with kinematic data captured from healthy subjects mimicking a reaching task with dyskinesia showed a high degree of correlation (Cohen’s kappa 0.85 with p<0.05 between a human observer and the proposed automatic classification tool in terms of assigning the datasets to various levels to represent the subjects’ kinematic abilities to perform reaching tasks. This study supported the use of Microsoft Kinect to quantitatively evaluate the ability of individuals with involuntary movements to perform an upper extremity reaching task.

  20. Analysis of the integrated characteristics of the CPS (combined power system) of a bottoming organic Rankine cycle and a diesel engine

    This study analyses the integrated characteristics of a CPS (combined power system) consisting of a topping diesel engine and a bottoming ORC (organic Rankine cycle). Two models (an integrated and a cascaded CPS model) for the same CPS have been developed based on the experimental data. The results show that the process of integrating the ORC causes a substantial decrease in the power output of the ICE subsystem, this integration outweighs the corresponding power output increasing from the ORC subsystem, and the overall thermal efficiency of the integrated CPS model is higher than that of the standalone ICE system model but lower than that of the cascaded CPS model, which can be determined from the pressure drop on the exhaust gas side of the ORC evaporator and is reflected in the overall thermodynamic performance. Moreover, the matching characteristics of the heat-transfer and fluid flow conditions in a fixed sized evaporator are analysed in the integrated CPS model. The results show that when the intake airflow rate decreases, the temperature of the exhaust gas exiting the evaporator decreases to the minimum allowed temperature, which is below the dew point, and this low-temperature might cause corrosion problems in the subsequent components. - Highlights: • Two ICE-ORC CPS models are developed based on experimental data. • Integrated performances are studied at different intake airflow rates. • Influence of the bottoming ORC on the toping ICE is analysed. • The coupling of the fluid flow and the heat-transfer in evaporator is calculated

  1. Ventilatory demand and dynamic hyperinflation induced during ADL-based tests in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease patients

    Karoliny dos Santos

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT Background Airflow limitation frequently leads to the interruption of activities of daily living (ADL in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD. These patients commonly show absence of ventilatory reserve, reduced inspiratory reserve volume, and dynamic hyperinflation (DH. Objective To investigate ventilatory response and DH induced by three ADL-based protocols in COPD patients and compare them to healthy subjects. Method Cross-sectional study. COPD group: 23 patients (65±6 years, FEV1 37.2±15.4%pred; control group: 14 healthy subjects (64±4 years matched for age, sex, and body mass index. Both groups performed all three tests: Glittre-ADL test; an activity test that involved moving objects on a shelf (TSHELF; and a modified shelf protocol isolating activity with upper limbs (TSHELF-M. Ventilatory response and inspiratory capacity were evaluated. Results Baseline ventilatory variables were similar between groups (p>0.05. The ventilatory demand increased and the inspiratory capacity decreased significantly at the end of the tests in the COPD group. Ventilatory demand and DH were higher (p0.05 and ventilatory demand increased at the end of the tests (p<0.05 but to a lower extent than the COPD group. Conclusion The TSHELF induces similar ventilatory responses to the Glittre-ADL test in COPD patients with higher ventilatory demand and DH. In contrast, the ventilatory response was attenuated in the TSHELF-M, suggesting that squatting and bending down during the Glittre-ADL test could trigger significant ventilatory overload.

  2. Genetic and Biochemical Characterizations of Enzymes Involved in Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 2 Capsule Synthesis Demonstrate that Cps2T (WchF) Catalyzes the Committed Step by Addition of β1-4 Rhamnose, the Second Sugar Residue in the Repeat Unit

    James, David B. A.; Yother, Janet

    2012-01-01

    Five genes (cps2E, cps2T, cps2F, cps2G, and cps2I) are predicted to encode the glycosyltransferases responsible for synthesis of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 2 capsule repeat unit, which is polymerized to yield a branched surface structure containing glucose-glucuronic acid linked to a glucose-rhamnose-rhamnose-rhamnose backbone. Cps2E is the initiating glycosyltransferase, but experimental evidence supporting the functions of the remaining glycosyltransferases is lacking. To biochem...

  3. Support for Evolving Software Architectures in the ArchWare ADL

    Morrison, Ron; Balasubramaniam, Dharini; Mickan, Kath; Oquendo, Flavio; Cîmpan, Sorana; Warboys, Brian; Snowdon, Bob; Greenwood, Mark; 10.1109/WICSA.2004.1310691

    2010-01-01

    Software that cannot evolve is condemned to atrophy: it cannot accommodate the constant revision and re-negotiation of its business goals nor intercept the potential of new technology. To accommodate change in software systems we have defined an active software architecture to be: dynamic in that the structure and cardinality of the components and interactions are changeable during execution; updatable in that components can be replaced; decomposable in that an executing system may be (partially) stopped and split up into its components and interactions; and reflective in that the specification of components and interactions may be evolved during execution. Here we describe the facilities of the ArchWare architecture description language (ADL) for specifying active architectures. The contribution of the work is the unique combination of concepts including: a {\\pi}-calculus based communication and expression language for specifying executable architectures; hyper-code as an underlying representation of system ...

  4. The easy ADL home: A physical-virtual approach to domestic living

    Surie, Dipak; Pederson, Thomas; Janlert, Lars-Erik

    2010-01-01

    Smart environments worthy of the name need to capture, interpret, and support human activities that take place within their realms. Most existing efforts tend to focus on either real world activities or activities taking place in the virtual world accessed through digital devices. However, as...... digital computation continues to permeate our everyday real world environments, and as the border between physical and digital continues to blur for the human agents acting in these environments, we need system design approaches that can cope with human activities that span the physical-virtual gap. In...... within the easy ADL home. An initial qualitative study of the system involving 20 subjects revealed a highly positive attitude (score 4.37 out of 5) towards the system's capability of co-locating and synchronizing physical and virtual events throughout the everyday activity scenarios, while classical...

  5. Self-reported Quality of ADL Task Performance in Adults with Schizophrenia

    Nielsen, Kristina Tomra; Petersen, Rikke S.; Wæhrens, Eva Ejlersen

    2015-01-01

    December 2014 among in- and out patients from Aalborg University Hospital – Psychiatry and Brønderslev Psychiatric Hospital. The sample was a consecutive sample of convenience fulfilling the following inclusion criteria: age ≥ 18 years, diagnosed with psychotic disorders (F20) according to ICD 10 and...... evaluation tool developed to describe and measure the quality of ADL task performance in terms of effort/fatigue, use of time, safety risks, and need for assistance based on self-report. Occupational therapists employed at the hospitals and trained in conducting the ADL–I were collecting data. The interviews...... were conducted at the wards or in the occupational therapy clinic. Results In total, 107 patients participated in the study. Two thirds were men and the participants were between 20-71 years (mean 36 years and SD 12,5 years). Results indicated that the participants to some extent reported decreased...

  6. Cordyceps sinensis polysaccharide CPS-2 protects human mesangial cells from PDGF-BB-induced proliferation through the PDGF/ERK and TGF-β1/Smad pathways.

    Wang, Ying; Liu, Dan; Zhao, Huan; Jiang, Huixing; Luo, Chen; Wang, Min; Yin, Hongping

    2014-02-15

    CPS-2, a Cordyceps sinensis polysaccharide, has been demonstrated to have significant therapeutic activity against chronic renal failure. However, little is known about the underlying molecular mechanism. In this study, we found that CPS-2 could inhibit PDGF-BB-induced human mesangial cells (HMCs) proliferation in a dose-dependent manner. In addition, CPS-2 notably suppressed the expression of α-SMA, PDGF receptor-beta (PDGFRβ), TGF-β1, and Smad 3 in PDGF-BB-treated HMCs. Furthermore, PDGF-BB-stimulated ERK activation was significantly inhibited by CPS-2, and this inhibitory effect was synergistically potentiated by U0126. CPS-2 could prevent the PDGFRβ promoter activity induced by PDGF-BB, and return expression of PDGFRβ, TGF-β1, and TGFβRI to normal levels while cells were under PDGFRβ and ERK silencing conditions and transfected with DN-ERK. Taken together, these findings demonstrated that CPS-2 reduces PDGF-BB-induced cell proliferation through the PDGF/ERK and TGF-β1/Smad pathways, and it may have bi-directional regulatory effects on the PDGF/ERK cellular signaling pathway. PMID:24309234

  7. Adecuación semántica de la Escala de Cuidado Profesional (CPS

    María Neyfeth Posada Morales

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: desarrollar la adecuación semántica de la escala de cuidado profesional de la doctora Kristen Swanson (CPS 2.000, versión en español. Método: se realizó un estudio metodológico con abordaje cuantitativo, utilizando la técnica de pretesteo o sondeo en una prueba de campo, con el fin de explorar la claridad y comprensión del enunciado de cada ítem de la escala y las opciones de medida, desde la perspectiva de las gestantes. La muestra estuvo representada por sesenta gestantes a las cuales se aplicó la primera versión en español de la escala, y cincuenta gestantes más a las cuales se aplicó la escala adaptada semánticamente una vez se analizaron los primeros resultados. Resultados: solo tres de los ítems de la escala (1, 7, 14 alcanzaron un porcentaje de claridad y comprensión del 100 % o cercano a este, por lo cual sus enunciados no se modificaron, es decir, no requirieron adecuación semántica. A los ítems con porcentajes de claridad y comprensión entre el 60 y el 80 % se les realizó adecuación semántica, sin embargo, el enunciado no se modificó completamente dado que se determinó que para hacerlos más comprensibles y claros requerían ser ajustados al mismo proceso de gestación, lugar o contexto personalizando el enunciado. Por el contrario, los ítems que alcanzaron porcentajes de comprensión y claridad por debajo del 60 % sufrieron un proceso de adecuación semántica sin afectar su equivalencia conceptual e interpretabilidad. Conclusión: se concluye que en todo proceso de adecuación semántica muchos ítems pueden sufrir modificaciones en el enunciado para hacerlo más claro y comprensible, conservando la fidelidad de la reproducción del contenido (equivalencia conceptual y la interpretabilidad. En los procesos de adecuación semántica de una escala se requiere determinar la aceptabilidad en términos de claridad y comprensión, tanto del enunciado del ítem como de la opción de medida, para que no

  8. Measuring quality of occupational performance based on self-report and observation : development and validation of instruments to evaluate ADL task performance

    Waehrens, Eva Ejlersen

    2010-01-01

    Background People with rheumatic or neurologic conditions are commonly referred for occupational therapy because of decreased ability to perform ADL tasks. Upon referral, occupational therapists use a client-centred, occupationfocused approach when evaluating a person's perceived and observed quality of ADL task performance to clarify the nature and extent of the person’s problems, plan interventions and determine effectiveness of interventions. Evaluation of the extent of problems and change...

  9. Possibility of Independence in ADL (Activities of Daily Living) for Patients with Cervical Spinal Cord Injuries : An Evaluation based on the Zancolli Classification of Residual Arm Functions

    Yoshimura, Osamu; Takayanagi, Kiyomi; Kobayashi, Ryuji; Hosoda, Masataka; Minematsu, Akira; Sasaki, Hisato; Maejima, Hiroshi; Matsuda, Yuiti; Tanaka, Satiko; Matsuo, Akihisa; Kanemura, Naohiko

    1998-01-01

    For patients with cervical spinal cord injuries to become independent in their ADL (Activities of Daily Living), residual arm function is very important. Also, age, sex, physical strength, obesity, spasticity, pain, contracture and motivation are related. We investigated the possibility of independence in ADL for patients with cervical spinal cord injuries, carrying out our evaluation based on the Zancolli Classification of Residual Arm Functions. Zancolli classification C6BII is taken as the...

  10. The Link between Cognitive Measures and ADLs and IADL Functioning in Mild Alzheimer's: What Has Gender Got to Do with It?

    Hall, James R; Hoa T. Vo; Johnson, Leigh A.; Robert C Barber; S. E. O'Bryant

    2011-01-01

    Objectives. To investigate the link between neurocognitive measures and various aspects of daily living (ADL and IADL) in women and men with mild Alzheimer's disease (AD). Methods. Participants were 202 AD patients (91 male, 111 female) with CDR global scores of ≤1. ADLs and IADLs ratings were obtained from caregivers. Cognitive domains were assessed with neuropsychological testing. Results. Memory and executive functioning were related to IADL scores. Executive functioning was linked to tota...

  11. Development of Lithium CPS Based Limiters for Realization of a Concept of Closed Lithium Circulation Loop in Tokamak

    Zharkov, M. Yu.; Vertkov, A. V.; Lyublinski, I. E.; Mirnov, S. V.; Lazarev, V. B.; Szherbak, A. N.

    Cooling of tokamak boundary plasma owing to radiation of non-fully stripped lithium ions is considered as a promising way for protection of plasma facing elements (PFE) in tokamak. It may be effectively realized when the main part of lithium ions are involved in the closed circuit of migration between plasma and PFE surface. Such an approach may be implemented with the use of lithium device whose hot (500-600 °C) area to be effected by plasma serves as a Li-emitter and the cold part (∼180 °C) as a Li-collector in the shadow. Capillary-pore system (CPS) provides the returning of collected and condensed lithium to emitting zone by capillary forces. The main goals of the last T-11 M lithium experiments were investigating Li ions transport in the tokamak scrape of layer (SOL) and their collecting by different kinds of limiters. The design of devices based on lithium CPS with different ratio of emitting/collecting area is the main subject of this paper.

  12. Restoring ADL function after wrist surgery in children with cerebral palsy: a novel Bilateral robot system design.

    Holley, D; Theriault, A; Kamara, S; Anewenter, V; Hughes, D; Johnson, M J

    2013-06-01

    Cerebral palsy is a leading cause of disability in children and reducing its effects on arm function will improve quality of life. Our goal is to train children with CP after wrist tendon transfer surgery using a robotic therapy system consisting of two robot arms and wrist robots. The therapeutic goal is to determine if the robot training combined with surgery intervention improved functional outcomes significantly more than surgery alone. To accomplish this long-term goal we have developed a Bilateral ADL Exercise Robot, BiADLER aimed at training children with CP in reach to grasp coordination on ADLs. Specifically, the robot will provide active training using an assist-as-needed. This paper presents the design concepts. PMID:24187280

  13. Older Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders with Activities of Daily Living (ADL Limitations: Immigration and Other Factors Associated with Institutionalization

    Esme Fuller-Thomson

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available This study determined the national prevalence and profile of Asian Americans with Activities of Daily Living (ADL limitations and identified factors associated with institutionalization. Data were obtained from 2006 American Community Survey, which replaced the long-form of the US Census. The data are nationally representative of both institutionalized and community-dwelling older adults. Respondents were Vietnamese (n = 203, Korean (n = 131, Japanese (n = 193, Filipino (n = 309, Asian Indian (n = 169, Chinese (n = 404, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (n = 54, and non-Hispanic whites (n = 55,040 aged 55 and over who all had ADL limitations. The prevalence of institutionalized among those with ADL limitations varies substantially from 4.7% of Asian Indians to 18.8% of Korean Americans with ADL limitations. Every AAPI group had a lower prevalence of institutionalization than disabled Non-Hispanic whites older adults (23.8% (p < 0.001. After adjustment for socio-demographic characteristics, Asian Indians, Vietnamese, Japanese, Filipino, and Chinese had significantly lower odds of institutionalization than non-Hispanic whites (OR = 0.29, 0.31, 0.58, 0.51, 0.70, respectively. When the sample was restricted to AAPIs, the odds of institutionalization were higher among those who were older, unmarried, cognitively impaired and those who spoke English at home. This variation suggests that aggregating data across the AAPI groups obscures meaningful differences among these subpopulations and substantial inter-group differences may have important implications in the long-term care setting.

  14. Al-‘Adl wa-l-Ihsan in Spain: A National Project for an Islamic Transnational Movement?

    Arigita, Elena

    2010-01-01

    The author examines recent developments in Muslim associations of Spain established by Moroccan immigrants linked to the Islamic movement al-‘Adl wa-l-Ihsan (Justice and Spirituality). By analyzing the discourse of an emerging leadership of this movement, she seeks to understand how the political commitment and spiritual bond of these activists with the Moroccan Guide both incorporate and rework elements from the dominant discourse on the necessary adaptation of Islam to Sp...

  15. The effect of gamma irradiation on crude fibre NDF, ADF, and ADL of some Syrian agricultural residues

    The effects of 150 KGy of gamma irradiation on crude fibre and its main components (cellulose, hemicellulose-cellulose and lignin) and on neutral detergent fibre (NDF), acid detergent lignin (ADL), and acid detergent fibre (ADF) were investigated. The results indicate that gamma irradiation decreased Cf content by 30%, 28%, 29%, and 17% for cottonwood, lentils straw, apple-tree pruning products and olive-oil cake, respectively. NDF values also decreased by 5%, 23%, 13% and 3% for, cottonwood, lentils straw, olive-oil cake and apple-tree pruning products respectively. Gamma irradiation (150 KGy) had no effects on ADF and ADL for lentils straw, apple-tree pruning products and olive-oil cake whereas, ADF decreased by 8.5% and ADL by 8.3 for cottonwood. Hemicellulose content increased by 12% for cottonwood while decreased by 54% for lentils straw and by 33% for apple-tree pruning products with no effects for olive-oil cake. Cellulose content decreased by 8.6% for cottonwood whereas no effects for the remaining residues were seen. Gamma irradiation treatment improved the nutritive value of the agriculture residues examined. The reduction in crude fibre content varies with the residue. (author). 15 refs., 5 tabs

  16. Crystallization and preliminary crystallographic analysis of the bacterial capsule assembly-regulating tyrosine phosphatases Wzb of Escherichia coli and Cps4B of Streptococcus pneumoniae

    The crystallization is reported of two bacterial tyrosine phosphatases which belong to different enzyme families despite their ability to catalyse identical reactions. Bacterial tyrosine kinases and their cognate phosphatases are key players in the regulation of capsule assembly and thus are important virulence determinants of these bacteria. Examples of the kinase/phosphatase pairing are found in Gram-negative bacteria such as Escherichia coli (Wzc and Wzb) and in Gram-positive bacteria such as Streptococcus pneumoniae (CpsCD and CpsB). Although Wzb and Cps4B are both predicted to dephosphorylate the C-terminal tyrosine cluster of their cognate tyrosine kinase, they appear on the basis of protein sequence to belong to quite different enzyme classes. Recombinant purified proteins Cps4B of S. pneumoniae TIGR4 and Wzb of E. coli K-30 have been crystallized. Wzb crystals belonged to space-group family P3x21 and diffracted to 2.7 Å resolution. Crystal form I of Cps4B belonged to space-group family P4x212 and diffracted to 2.8 Å resolution; crystal form II belonged to space group P212121 and diffracted to 1.9 Å resolution

  17. The Classroom Performance System (CPS): Effects on student participation, attendance, and achievement in multicultural anatomy and physiology classes at South Texas College

    Termos, Mohamad Hani

    2011-12-01

    The Classroom Performance System (CPS) is an instructional technology tool that increases student performance and addresses different learning styles. Instructional technologies are used to promote active learning; however, student embarrassment issue in a multicultural setting is not addressed. This study assessed the effect of the CPS on student participation, attendance, and achievement in multicultural college-level anatomy and physiology classes at South Texas College, where the first spoken language is not English. Quantitative method and quasi-experimental design were employed and comparative statistic methods and pre-post tests were used to collect the data. Participants were college students and sections of study were selected by convenient sampling. Participation was 100% during most of the lectures held and participation rate did not strike above 68% in control group. Attendance was significantly higher in CPS sections than the control group as shown by t-tests. Experimental sections had a higher increase in the pre-post test scores and student averages on lecture exams increased at a higher rate as compared to the control group. Therefore, the CPS increased student participation, attendance, and achievement in multicultural anatomy and physiology classes. The CPS can be studied in other settings where the first spoken language is English or in other programs, such as special education programs. Additionally, other variables can be studied and other methodologies can be employed.

  18. Japan Meteorological Agency/Meteorological Research Institute-Coupled Prediction System version 1 (JMA/MRI-CPS1) for operational seasonal forecasting

    Takaya, Yuhei; Yasuda, Tamaki; Fujii, Yosuke; Matsumoto, Satoshi; Soga, Taizo; Mori, Hirotoshi; Hirai, Masayuki; Ishikawa, Ichiro; Sato, Hitoshi; Shimpo, Akihiko; Kamachi, Masafumi; Ose, Tomoaki

    2016-04-01

    This paper describes the operational seasonal prediction system of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the Japan Meteorological Agency/Meteorological Research Institute-Coupled Prediction System version 1 (JMA/MRI-CPS1), which was in operation at JMA during the period between February 2010 and May 2015. The predictive skill of the system was assessed with a set of retrospective seasonal predictions (reforecasts) covering 30 years (1981-2010). JMA/MRI-CPS1 showed reasonable predictive skill for the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, comparable to the skills of other state-of-the-art systems. The one-tiered approach adopted in JMA/MRI-CPS1 improved its overall predictive skills for atmospheric predictions over those of the two-tiered approach of the previous uncoupled system. For 3-month predictions with a 1-month lead, JMA/MRI-CPS1 showed statistically significant skills in predicting 500-hPa geopotential height and 2-m temperature in East Asia in most seasons; thus, it is capable of providing skillful seasonal predictions for that region. Furthermore, JMA/MRI-CPS1 was superior overall to the previous system for atmospheric predictions with longer (4-month) lead times. In particular, JMA/MRI-CPS1 was much better able to predict the Asian Summer Monsoon than the previous two-tiered system. This enhanced performance was attributed to the system's ability to represent atmosphere-ocean coupled variability over the Indian Ocean and the western North Pacific from boreal winter to summer following winter El Niño events, which in turn influences the East Asian summer climate through the Pacific-Japan teleconnection pattern. These substantial improvements obtained by using an atmosphere-ocean coupled general circulation model underpin its success in providing more skillful seasonal forecasts on an operational basis.

  19. Free-running InGaAs single photon detector with 1 cps dark count rate at 10% efficiency

    Korzh, Boris; Lunghi, Tommaso; Gisin, Nicolas; Zbinden, Hugo

    2013-01-01

    We present a free-running single photon detector for telecom wavelengths based on a negative feedback avalanche photodiode (NFAD). A dark count rate as low as 1 cps was obtained at a detection efficiency of 10%, with an afterpulse probability of 2.2% for 20 {\\mu}s of deadtime. This was achieved by using an active hold-off circuit and cooling the NFAD with a free-piston stirling cooler down to temperatures of -110${^o}$C. We integrated two detectors into a practical, 625 MHz clocked quantum key distribution system. Stable, real-time key distribution in presence of 30 dB channel loss was possible, yielding a secret key rate of 350 bps.

  20. Forecasting of cyclone Viyaru and Phailin by NWP-based cyclone prediction system (CPS) of IMD – an evaluation

    S D Kotal; S K Bhattacharya; S K Roy Bhowmik; P K Kundu

    2014-10-01

    An objective NWP-based cyclone prediction system (CPS) was implemented for the operational cyclone forecasting work over the Indian seas. The method comprises of five forecast components, namely (a) Cyclone Genesis Potential Parameter (GPP), (b) Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) technique for cyclone track prediction, (c) cyclone intensity prediction, (d) rapid intensification, and (e) predicting decaying intensity after the landfall. GPP is derived based on dynamical and thermodynamical parameters from the model output of IMD operational Global Forecast System. The MME technique for the cyclone track prediction is based on multiple linear regression technique. The predictor selected for the MME are forecast latitude and longitude positions of cyclone at 12-hr intervals up to 120 hours forecasts from five NWP models namely, IMD-GFS, IMD-WRF, NCEP-GFS, UKMO, and JMA. A statistical cyclone intensity prediction (SCIP) model for predicting 12 hourly cyclone intensity (up to 72 hours) is developed applying multiple linear regression technique. Various dynamical and thermodynamical parameters as predictors are derived from the model outputs of IMD operational Global Forecast System and these parameters are also used for the prediction of rapid intensification. For forecast of inland wind after the landfall of a cyclone, an empirical technique is developed. This paper briefly describes the forecast system CPS and evaluates the performance skill for two recent cyclones Viyaru (non-intensifying) and Phailin (rapid intensifying), converse in nature in terms of track and intensity formed over Bay of Bengal in 2013. The evaluation of performance shows that the GPP analysis at early stages of development of a low pressure system indicated the potential of the system for further intensification. The 12-hourly track forecast by MME, intensity forecast by SCIP model, and rapid intensification forecasts are found to be consistent and very useful to the operational forecasters. The error

  1. Reduction in patient burdens with graphical computerized adaptive testing on the ADL scale: tool development and simulation

    Wang Weng-Chung

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background The aim of this study was to verify the effectiveness and efficacy of saving time and reducing burden for patients, nurses, and even occupational therapists through computer adaptive testing (CAT. Methods Based on an item bank of the Barthel Index (BI and the Frenchay Activities Index (FAI for assessing comprehensive activities of daily living (ADL function in stroke patients, we developed a visual basic application (VBA-Excel CAT module, and (1 investigated whether the averaged test length via CAT is shorter than that of the traditional all-item-answered non-adaptive testing (NAT approach through simulation, (2 illustrated the CAT multimedia on a tablet PC showing data collection and response errors of ADL clinical functional measures in stroke patients, and (3 demonstrated the quality control of endorsing scale with fit statistics to detect responding errors, which will be further immediately reconfirmed by technicians once patient ends the CAT assessment. Results The results show that endorsed items could be shorter on CAT (M = 13.42 than on NAT (M = 23 at 41.64% efficiency in test length. However, averaged ability estimations reveal insignificant differences between CAT and NAT. Conclusion This study found that mobile nursing services, placed at the bedsides of patients could, through the programmed VBA-Excel CAT module, reduce the burden to patients and save time, more so than the traditional NAT paper-and-pencil testing appraisals.

  2. Computer mapping and prospect evaluation of Berea Sandstone and Clinton sandstone interval in northeastern Ohio using Radian's CPS/PC mapping software

    Urian, B.A.

    1988-08-01

    Radian's CPS/PC mapping package and a standard IMB AT were used to map and evaluate producing zones in the Berea Sandstone and the Clinton sandstone section. Radian's CPS/PC software has several features in addition to computer mapping that help with prospect evaluation. A windowing feature allows any portion of the map to be enlarged for a more detailed view. Radian's Grid Editor allows the user to move and bias the contour lines to fit a specific geologic interpretation. A volumetric option calculates volumetric reserves of irregularly shaped reservoirs based on the mapped shape of the reservoir. In this study, Lotus 1-2-3 was used for data base management.

  3. Examination of Children's Recess Physical Activity Patterns Using the Activities for Daily Living-Playground Participation (ADL-PP) Instrument

    Stellino, Megan Babkes; Sinclair, Christina

    2014-01-01

    Thorough assessment of children's physical activity is essential to efficacious interventions to reduce childhood obesity prevalence. The purpose of this study was to examine children's recess physical activity (RPA) patterns of behavior using the Activities of Daily Living-Playground Participation (ADL-PP: Watkinson et al., 2001)…

  4. Security Architecture and Key Technologies for IoT/CPS%IoT/CPS的安全体系结构及关键技术

    丁超; 杨立君; 吴蒙

    2011-01-01

    Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are core technologies of next generation networks, and are the focus of research in both academia and industry. IoT/CPS has unique characteristics including heterogeneous integration, collaborative autonomy, and open interconnection that raise a number of issues for system security. These issues include seamless connection between security protocols, and preservation of user privacy. Developing novel security models,key technologies, and approaches is therefore critical in the development of IoT/CPS.This paper proposes an hierarchical security architecture based on threat analysis and security requirements and discusses key technologies associated with privacy preservation, secure control, and cross-network authentication.%物联网(IoT)和信息物理融合系统(CPS)作为下一代网络的核心技术,被业界广泛关注.与传统网络不同,IoT/CPS异构融合、协同自治、开放互连的网络特性带来了巨大的系统安全方面的挑战.挑战包括安全协议的无缝衔接、用户隐私保护等.研发新的安全模型、关键安全技术和方法是IoT/CPS发展中的重点.文章基于IoT/CPS安全需求和威胁模型,提出了一种层次化的安全体系结构,并针对隐私保护、跨网认证和安全控制等IoT/CPS的关键安全技术展开讨论.

  5. 基于数字化CPS的EFT/B干扰仿真与抑制%EFT/B Interference Simulation and Supression Based on Digital CPS

    胡凯; 黄世泽; 陆丽君; 章正国; 何旭涛

    2013-01-01

    This paper introduces the basic concepts and principle of digital CPS and passive filter,gives the EFT/B interference signal and digital CPS experimental circuit model with the PSpice software.The paper verifies the effect of different types of filters to suppress interference,puts forward the improved methods and their verifications so as to select a cheaper filter with better performance for digital CPS.%对数字化CPS和无源滤波器的基本概念和原理进行了研究与介绍,通过对EFT/B骚扰源和数字化CPS实验电路模型的PSpice仿真,分析验证不同类型滤波器对干扰信号的抑制效果并提出改进方法并试验验证.从中选择出性能佳、成本低的滤波器方案.

  6. Al-‘Adl wa-l-Ihsan in Spain: A National Project for an Islamic Transnational Movement?

    Arigita, Elena

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available The author examines recent developments in Muslim associations of Spain established by Moroccan immigrants linked to the Islamic movement al-‘Adl wa-l-Ihsan (Justice and Spirituality. By analyzing the discourse of an emerging leadership of this movement, she seeks to understand how the political commitment and spiritual bond of these activists with the Moroccan Guide both incorporate and rework elements from the dominant discourse on the necessary adaptation of Islam to Spain. Based on in-depth interviews with these leaders, she explores how the Movement’s commitment to Morocco as well as the ummah (Universal Community of Believers interact with the way these muslims perceive and position themselves in the national context of Spain.

    Se examina en este ensayo la evolución reciente de las asociaciones musulmanas en España creadas por inmigrantes marroquíes vinculados al movimiento islámico al-‘Adl wa-l-Ihsan (Justicia y Espiritualidad. Partiendo de las declaraciones de un liderazgo emergente de este movimiento en España, la autora trata de explicar cómo el compromiso político de estas personas y el vínculo espiritual con su Guía marroquí incorporan, al tiempo que reelaboran, elementos del discurso dominante sobre la necesaria adaptación del islam a España. Entrevistas en profundidad con estos activistas revelan cómo los lazos del Movimiento con Marruecos y con la umma (Comunidad universal de creyentes interactúan con el modo en el que estos musulmanes perciben y se posicionan en el contexto nacional de España.

  7. The Use of Hydrogel Materials Coletex-ADL and Colegel in the Treatment of Purulent Frontal Sinusitis

    Khar’kova N.А.

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the investigation was to assess the treatment efficacy of purulent frontal sinusitis including local use of Russian hydrogel materials with antiseptic, analgesic and hemostatic properties in combination with sinus obliteration by osteoplastic materials and physiotherapy. Materials and Methods. The study involved 20 subjects who had been operated on for destructive changes of frontal sinus walls due to purulent frontitis. For local treatment we used Russian depot-materials: hydrogel medical compositions based on biopolymer — sodium alginate. Intraoperatively we sanitated frontal sinuses: using hydrogel matrix Colegel with dioxydine and ε-aminocaproic acid we lined sinus walls and bone defect area at the level of operative approach after obliteration by osteoplastic composition МК-9М. A postoperative wound was blindly sutured and covered by hydrogel textile-biopolymer-based Coletex-ADL napkin with dioxydine and lidocaine. Magnetotherapy was being carried out since first postoperative days. Results. Local intra- and postoperative use of hydrogel materials in combination with sinus obliteration by osteoplastic material and magnetotherapy since the first postoperative days contributed to the healing of frontal area wounds by primary adhesion within an optimal period. We recorded no complications and adverse sequelae of surgical interventions, hospital stay decreased by 7–10 days. Conclusion. The use of Russian hydrogel materials — Colegel and Coletex-ADL matrices with antiseptics, anesthetic and hemostatic agents combined with sinus obliteration by osteoplastic materials contributes to the prevention of complications, reduction of the treatment period of patients with destructive changes of frontal sinus walls in inflammatory processes.

  8. Quantitation of stress/rest {sup 201}TI SPECT of the legs in the diagnosis of compartment-NT syndromes (CPS)

    Hayes, A.A.; Bower, G.D.; Pitstock, K.L.; Maguire, K.F.

    1998-03-01

    Full text: Compartment-NT syndrom (CPS) of the legs is considered to have an ischaemic basis related to muscle swelling and pressure increase in a muscle compartment (MC) during isotonic work. We decided to study selected patients where CPS was suspected with exercise {sup 201}TI SPECT of the legs to better define their diagnoses. Eighteen patients with probable CPS reproduced their leg pain(s) during isotonic work, and 100 MBq of {sup 201}TI was given i.v. during continued work and pain. Anterior 300 sec. planar and 360 degree, elliptical SPECT studies were acquired five minutes after stress and again four hours later. Quantitation of whole calf and regional MC uptake was attempted after the first five patients were assessed qualitatively. Ten patients were men and eight were women. The mean age was 30.8 y. Four had localised posterior and three had anterior pain with 11 having mixed and bilateral symptoms. Five patients had had a bone scan in the past and nine had MC pressure studies done within a month of study. Six patients had had previous decompressive surgery and seven patients had surgery after stress/rest studies. Four asymptomatic cardiac patients (``controls``) were imaged after their cardiac {sup 201}TI studies and data used for comparison. Mean age of controls was 33 years. Generally even muscle uptake was seen on stress images with mean washout of {sup 201}TI of 12% (7-23%) being calculated on delayed images of controls. Painful MCs with qualitative reduction in uptake after stress showed a mean increase in {sup 201}TI of 25.7% (6-39%) on delayed imaging. Three patients with dramatic improvement in symptoms after surgery had shown a mean increase of 25.2% in delayed uptake in MCs on pre-operative studies. One patient showed washout of 11 and 15% from posterior MCs and had a poor response to subsequent surgery. Further clinical follow up in a large group of patients will be required to fully identify the place of Stress {sup 201}TI imaging of the legs

  9. Quick lateral movements of the trunk in a seated position reflect mobility and activities of daily living (ADL) function in frail elderly individuals.

    Iwata, Akira; Higuchi, Yumi; Kimura, Daisuke; Okamoto, Kensuke; Arai, Shin; Iwata, Hiroshi; Fuchioka, Satoshi

    2013-01-01

    A novel and safe performance test for measuring mobility is described. The test, which we have named the Seated Side Tapping test (Side Tapping test), requires the subjects to move their bodies laterally to the left and right in turn as quickly as possible whilst remaining in a seated position. We examined the associations between the results of the new test and those of other mobility tests, ADL, and the use of walking aids. The participants were 75 frail elderly people who were receiving rehabilitation services. Gait speed and the timed up and go (TUG) test were employed as mobility tests, and the participants' use of walking aids was recorded. The ADL score was assessed using the Barthel Index. Significant correlations were found between the side tapping test and gait speed (r=-0.59, pwalking aids. These results indicate that an ability to perform quick lateral trunk movements in a seated position reflects their mobility during standing. Thus, we concluded that since the side tapping test is simple and safe, it is useful for detecting mobility impairments, ADL levels, and the need for walking aids, especially in frail elderly individuals. PMID:23270712

  10. Can the Glittre ADL test differentiate the functional capacity of COPD patients from that of healthy subjects? O teste de AVD-Glittre é capaz de diferenciar a capacidade funcional de indivíduos com DPOC da de saudáveis?

    Krislainy S. Corrêa; Manuela Karloh; Letícia Q. Martins; Karoliny dos Santos; Anamaria F. Mayer

    2011-01-01

    BACKGROUND: The Glittre ADL (TGlittre) test is a specifically designed to assess functional limitation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients. However, it is not known if it can differentiate the performance of these patients from healthy subjects. OBJECTIVES: To investigate whether the Glittre ADL test is able to differentiate the functional capacity of COPD patients from that of healthy subjects and to compare the cardiorespiratory response between Glittre ADL and the six-...

  11. Interaction of valleys and circulation patterns (CPs) on small-scale spatial precipitation distribution in the complex terrain of southern Germany

    Liu, M.; Bárdossy, A.; Zehe, E.

    2012-12-01

    Topography exerts influence on the spatial precipitation distribution over different scales, known typically at the large scale as the orographic effect, and at the small scale as the wind-drift rainfall (WDR) effect. At the intermediate scale (~ 1-10 km), which is characterized by secondary mountain valleys, topography also demonstrates some effect on the precipitation pattern. This paper investigates such intermediate-scale topographic effect on precipitation patterns, focusing on narrow-steep valleys in the complex terrain in southern Germany, based on the daily observations over a 48-yr period (~ 1960-2007) from a high-density rain-gauge network covering two sub-areas, Baden-Wuerttemberg (BW) and Bayern (BY). Precipitation data at the valley and non-valley stations are compared under consideration of the daily general circulation patterns (CPs) classified by a fuzzy-rule based algorithm. Scatter plots of precipitation against elevation demonstrate a different behavior of valley stations comparing to non-valley stations. A detailed study of the precipitation time series for selected station triplets, each consisting of a valley station, a mountain station and an open station have been investigated by statistical analysis with the Kolmogrov-Smirnov (KS) test supplemented by the one-way analysis of variance (one-way ANOVA) and a graphical comparison of the means. The results show an interaction of valley orientation and the moisture flow direction of the CPs at the intermediate-scale, i.e. when the valley is shielded from the moisture flow, the precipitation amount within the valley is comparable to that on the mountain crest; when the valley is open to the moisture flow, the precipitation within the valley is much less than that on the mountain. Such a phenomenon, whereby the precipitation is "blind" to the valleys at the intermediate scale conditioned on CPs, is defined as the "narrow-valley effect" in this work, and it cannot be captured by the widely used

  12. 長寿者の居住地の特性と日常生活動作能力 (Activities of Daily Living : ADL)

    荒木, 英俊

    1997-01-01

    A study on relationship between the living environment and activities of daily living (ADL) was conducted to all eldery persons of more than 100 years old in 1993. The response was received from 840 males (73.6%) of 100-107 years of ages. Living environment was devided into three areas according to the geographical areas (Hokkaido-Tohoku-Hokuriku-Sanin, Kanto-Tokai-Kinki, and Sanyo-Shikoku-Kyushu), two community types according to an urban or an agricultural or fishing village, and four commu...

  13. The First Aid of Fracture Injury in the Wild Based on ADL Evaluation%ADL评价指导的最佳骨折急救方法

    时彩颖

    2014-01-01

    研究基于ADL评价指导的野外骨折伤急救方法。提出一种基于ADL评价指导的野外骨折伤急救方法,采用ADL作为评价骨折伤急救效果好坏的标尺,将骨折伤的治理效果分为从高到低的完全自理、半自理、轻度缺陷、中度缺陷和严重缺陷5个档次,通过大量的实验和统计论证,给出最佳急救方案,提高骨折伤野外救助的效果。以长白山区的105例骨折伤为研究对象,分析了不同季节骨折伤的分布特性,并且对其采用ADL指标进行评价,得出夏季骨折伤治愈率最高的结论。所提的ADL评价体系对野外骨折伤急救具有很好的评价指导作用。%Research on the first aid of fracture injury in the wild based on ADL. A method of fracture injury first aid in the wild based on ADL evaluation was proposed, the ADL evaluation of the fracture injury first aid was taken as the ruler to judge whether the effect was good or not, the fracture injury control effect was divided into five grades, they were full-self-care, semi-self-care, mild defects, moderate defects and serious defects, the best method of the first aid was given out after much experiment and with which, the effect became better. The 105 cases of fracture injury in the Changbai Mountain area were researched and the distribution characteristics of fracture injury in different seasons was analyzed, the result shows that it is easier to be cured in summer and the ADL evaluation system has a good evaluation effect for first aid of fracture injury in the wild.

  14. Research of Communication Data Value Assessment Model Based on Cognitive Self-adapting for CPS%面向CP S系统的通信数据价值评估建模研究

    李建武; 张治; 董蕾

    2016-01-01

    Cyber Physical System (CPS) integrates the functions of computation,control and communication together.The complex integration of CPSs has huge device groups to constitute a large heterogeneous network by interconnection, and both devices and businesses are miscellaneous and various. The key point is the research on how to transfer the valuable information in different businesses effectually and reliably in limited transfer resources. In this paper, we propose a concept of selective transmission scheme based on data value,and construct an evaluation model for the value of communication data by combining the cognitive adaptive method. CPS information comprehensive evaluation model, based on the comprehensive evaluation of information value entropy, is studied to solve the problem of selective transmission of business information in CPS system.Improvement of data transmission efficiency in CPS system is expected to facilitate mass and real-time data transmission in CPS system.%信息物理系统( Cyber Physical System,CPS)集计算、通信、控制为一体,通信在其中发挥着不可替代的作用。 CPS系统的复杂集成特性,决定了其存在海量异质的数据,如果采用传统的透明通信方式,不考虑数据的价值,势必造成系统资源的极大浪费,降低网络系统的传输效率。因此,提出了基于数据价值进行选择性传输的理念,结合认知自适应方法构建了通信数据价值的评价模型。通过研究综合多指标的信息价值熵理论的 CPS 信息综合评价模型,解决CPS系统中业务信息的选择性传输问题。提高CPS系统中数据的高效传输,有望解决 CPS 系统中数据传输的海量性和实时性难题。

  15. Function generation and regulation libraries and their application to the control of the new main power converter (POPS) at the CERN CPS

    Power converter control for the LHC is based on an embedded control computer called a Function Generator/Controller (FGC). Every converter includes an FGC with responsibility for the generation of the reference current as a function of time and the regulation of the circuit current, as well as control of the converter state. With many new converter controls software classes in development it was decided to generalize several key components of the FGC software in the form of C libraries: function generation in libfg, regulation, limits and simulation in libreg and DCCT, ADC and DAC calibration in libcal. These libraries were first used in the software class dedicated to controlling the new 60 MW main power converter (POPS) at the CERN Proton Synchrotron (CPS) where regulation of both magnetic field and circuit current is supported. This paper reports on the functionality provided by each library and in particular libfg and libreg. The libraries are already being used by software classes in development for the next generation FGC for Linac4 converters, as well as the CERN SPS converter controls (MUGEF) and MedAustron converter regulation board. (authors)

  16. Investigation of photo-assisted and crude peroxidase mediated transformations of chlorinated phenols (CPs) from spiked and industrial wastewaters: identification of reaction products.

    Sharma, Swati; Mukhopadhyay, Mausumi; Murthy, Z V P

    2015-01-01

    This work focused on photo-assisted crude peroxidase mediated transformations of chlorinated phenols (CPs) from spiked and industrial wastewaters and the identification of reaction products formed. Garden radish Raphanus sativus was the source of crude peroxidase. No chlorine bearing compounds were detected by gas chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry analysis. Under identical test conditions, the concentrations of 4-chlorophenol and 2,4-dichlorophenol were demoted to zero from 514 mg/L, 652 mg/L and that of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol and pentachlorophenol were reduced to 18 mg/L and 37 mg/L from 790 mg/L and 1066 mg/L, respectively (high-pressure liquid chromatography analysis). Chloride ion release profiles also showed a progressively increasing trend. A neat chemical oxygen demand removal to the extent of 63-79% was achieved in the case of spiked wastewater sample and to the extent of 77% for industrial wastewaters. A hypothesis reaction scheme was also suggested to comprehend the mechanism of degradation reactions. PMID:26287833

  17. Tradução, validação e adaptação cultural da escala de atividade de vida diária Translation, validation and cultural adaptation of the 'activities of daily living' scale (ADLS

    Priscila Zeitune Nigri

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Realizar a tradução, adaptação cultural e validação do "Knee Outcome Survey- Activities of Daily Living Scale" (ADLS para a língua portuguesa, bem como verificar suas propriedades de medida, reprodutibilidade e validade, para que o mesmo possa ser usado como um instrumento específico para avaliação de sintomas em pacientes brasileiros portadores de afecções no joelho durante as atividades de vida diária. MÉTODOS: Foram realizadas 2 entrevistas,na primeira o questionário foi aplicado em conjunto ao Lysholm, SF-36 e EAV (examinador 1. Após aproximadamente 30 minutos da primeira entrevista, os mesmos pacientes responderam apenas ao ADLS (examinador 2. Após um intervalo entre 7 a 10 dias, foi realizada a terceira entrevista constituída de nova aplicação do ADLS (examinador 2. RESULTADOS: A amostra consistiu de 53 entrevistados, sendo a média de idade de 33.0566 anos e patologia mais freqüente a lesão ligamentar (56,6%. O índice de Sperman obteve um valor de 0,986 (alfa=0,05, roOBJECTIVES: To perform the translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the "Knee Outcome Survey - Activities of Daily Living Scale" (ADLS into Portuguese, as well as to check its measurement, reproducibility and validity properties in order to make it useful as a specific instrument for evaluating symptoms in Brazilian patients with knee injuries during their daily living activities. METHODS: Two interviews were performed; in the first interview, the questionnaire was applied along with Lysholm's, SF-36 and VAS (investigator 1. Approximately 30 minutes after the first interview, the same patients answered only the ADLS (investigator 2. After a break of 7 to 10 days, a third additional interview with the ADLS was applied (investigator 2. RESULTS: The sample was constituted of 53 subjects, with mean age of 33.0566 years, with the most frequent pathology being ligamentar injury (56.6%. The Spearman's index used for inter

  18. The effect of quality control circle on improving ADL training efficiency among cerebral stroke patients%品管圈在提高脑卒中患者ADL训练有效率中的应用

    蒲树英; 蒋玮; 谭波涛; 张茂舒; 李青; 李良洪

    2015-01-01

    Objective To put into the application of quality control circle (QCC) in the ADL training process for cerebral stroke patients to raise the ADL training efficiency. Methods Based on the low efficiency in ADL training of cerebral stroke pa﹣tients in the department of rehabilitation medicine ,the QCC team was established and implemented the measurements such as grasping of current condition,objective setting,analysis of essential factors,countermeasure protocol. It was observed the effective rate of ADL training of cerebral stroke patients. Results It was established ADL team. The ADL training efficiency of cerebral stroke patients was significantly raised from 42.67%(32/75) to 67.50%(27/40),the difference had statistical significance (χ2=6.439, P<0.01). Conclusion The correct application of QCC is helpful for improving ADL training efficiency,strengthening the cohesion of team work,standarding the training content for nurses,playing a positive role in enriching the significance of nursing specialties.%目的:将品管圈应用于脑卒中患者日常生活活动能力(ADL)训练,以提高患者ADL训练的有效率。方法成立品管圈小组,针对康复医学科脑卒中患者ADL训练有效率低的情况,运用品管圈手法进行现状把握、目标设定、要因分析、对策拟定并实施,观察活动前后脑卒中患者ADL训练的有效率。结果通过开展品管圈活动,脑卒中患者ADL训练有效率由活动前的42.67%(32/75)提高到活动后的67.50%(27/40),差异有统计学意义(χ2=6.439,P<0.01)。结论开展品管圈活动能提高脑卒中患者ADL训练的有效率,提升团队凝聚力,规范专科护士培训内容,丰富了专科护理内涵。

  19. CPS Science Laboratory Enhancement Project

    James, Chandra

    2014-12-03

    The lab enhancement initiative was designed to support early implementation efforts of new policy to promote safe learning environments and school labs called the Chemical Safety and Hygiene Plan (CSHP). These efforts included comprehensive inventories and chemical removals at all Chicago Public High Schools, conducted by environmental health and safety consultants, and the development of professional development resources for teachers.

  20. Wilde’ın The Happy Prince ve Swift’in A Modest Proposal Adlı Eserlerinde Artgönderimler / Anaphoric Reference Forms in Wilde’s The Happy Prince and Swift’s a Modest Proporal

    GENÇ, Bilal; Erkılıç, Gencer

    2010-01-01

    Özet: Sadece gerçek yaşamdaki dil kullanımında değil, edebi eserlerdeki dil kullanımındada hem yazılı, hem sözlü söylemde bütünlük sağlayan gönderim biçimleri kulanılmaktadır.Bu çalışmadaki amacımız Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) tarafından yazılan The Happy Prince-Mutlu Prens (1888) adlı kısa hikayedeki ve Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) tarafından yazılan A Modest Proposal-Mütevazi Bir Öneri (1729) adlı deneme yazısında bulunan artg...

  1. Research of the Optimal Automatic Generation Control Strategy of Interconnected Power Grid Based on CPS Standard%基于CPS标准的互联电网最优自动发电控制策略研究

    田启东; 翁毅选

    2015-01-01

    研究了考虑CPS的互联电网自动发电控制问题,提出了基于CPS和最优动态闭环控制的自动发电控制策略,在区域间互联电网中建立自动发电控制状态空间数学模型,采用了外点罚函数法进行目标函数的求解,并计及了CPS的新动态性能指标.与传统A标准下的PI控制策略相比,文中提出的方法考虑了区域控制偏差对系统频率恢复的贡献,明显地提高了CPS考核指标,降低了AGC机组的调节次数,减少了发电成本.同时,结合了最优化控制的良好的内部感知能力和动态适应性的优点.通过仿真分析,并与传统的控制策略相比较,结果表明文中提出的控制策略具有更优异的动态特性和更好的调节性能.%This paper studies the automatic generation control of the interconnected power grid considering CPS,and puts forward an automatic generation control strategy based on the CPS standard and optimal dynamic closed-loop control. It establishes the state space mathematic model of the automatic generation control of a two-region power grid,and introduces a new dynamic performance index which takes CPS into account and uses the outer point penalty function method to solve the objective function. Compared with the traditional PI control strategy based on A standard,the proposed method in the paper considers the contribution of ACE for frequency recovery,and obviously improves the CPS Assessment index,and reduces the number of regulation orders of AGC units and the cost of power generation. It combines the good internal perception and dynamic adaptability advantages of optimal control. Through simulation analysis,compared with conventional control stra-tegy,the proposed control strategy has more excellent dynamic characteristics and better regulation performance.

  2. The Glittre-ADL test reflects functional performance measured by physical activities of daily living in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

    Manuela Karloh

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT Background The Glittre-ADL test (TGlittre is a valid and reliable test for the evaluation of functional capacity and involves multiple physical activities of daily living (PADL, which are known to be troublesome to patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD. However, it is still unknown if this test is also able to reflect the functional performance of patients with COPD. Objective To investigate whether the TGlittre reflects the functional performance of COPD patients and whether the necessary time to complete the TGlittre and the PADL varies according to disease severity. Method Thirty-eight patients with COPD (age 65, SD=7 years; forced expiratory volume in the first second 41.3, SD=15.2% predicted underwent anthropometric and lung function assessments and were submitted to the TGlittre and PADL measurement. Results TGlittre performance correlated significantly (p<0.05 with PADL variables, such as time sitting (r=0.50, walking (r=-0.46, number of steps taken (r=–0.53, walking movement intensity (r=–0.66, walking energy expenditure (r=-0.50, and total energy expenditure (r=–0.33. TGlittre performance was not significantly different in patients among the Global Initiative for COPD (GOLD spirometric stages, but walking and sitting time were significantly lower and greater, respectively, in severe and very severe patients compared to those with moderate disease (p<0.05. Conclusion The performance on the TGlittre correlates with walking and sitting time and other real life PADL measurements. The severity of the disease is associated with the differences in the level of physical activity in daily life more than in functional capacity.

  3. Investigation and analysis on 210 Senior citizens’ activity of daily living (ADL) in senior apartment%老年公寓210例老人日常生活能力(ADL)调查分析

    周琦; 秦生发; 马秋平; 梁凯讴; 黄子民

    2013-01-01

    目的:调查住老年公寓的日常生活能力与健康状况。方法:应用日常生活能力量表(ADL)对入住老年公寓210例老人测评。结果:调查对象中,平均每人患1.15种疾病(242/210);80-89岁组与60-69岁组,70-79岁组ADL分值比较,差异具有统计学意义(p<0.05)。结论:入住老年公寓老人具有高龄多病的特点,随着增龄日常生活能力显著下降,日常生活能力量表(ADL)具有良好的区分性。引入日常生活能力量表(ADL)进行评定,不失为老人分级管理的简便可靠的工具。%Objective:Investigation health conditions and activity of daily living of senior citizens living in senior apartment. Method:Appraising 210 senior citizens in senior apartment by using the Activity of Daily Living (ADL) scale. Result:On average, each respondent suffers from 1.15 kinds of disease (242/210), According to the comparison of the ADL values from 3 age groups of 80-89,60-69 and 70-79, the difference is statistically significant (p<0.05).Conclusion: Senior citizens living in senior apartment are characterized by the features of advanced ages and being troubled by diseases. While the age increases, the ability of daily living decreases. ADL scale has a fine distinguish ability. Therefore ADL scale is a convenient and reliable tool to classify senior citizens and furthermore facilitate a better care for the old.

  4. Impact of Large-Scale Wind Power Integration on CPS Frequency Evaluation Indexes for East China Power Grid%大规模风电接入对华东电网CPS频率考核指标的影响

    周霞; 胡朝阳; 杨卫东; 祝瑞金; 杨增辉; 李威; 沈超

    2011-01-01

    This paper firstly introduces CPS Evaluation Indexes and calculation method for East China Power Grid. Then the impact of wind power fluctuations on CPS is pointed out. As a kind of intermittent energy, wind power varies in output subject to the changing force of wind. Therefore considering the wind power output deviation, the ACE calculation formula is amended. Jiangsu Power Grid is illustrated as a case study. By 2020, when the installed wind power capacity in Jiangsu province reaches 10 million kW, enormous wind power consumplion will have brought great benefits, but meanwhile the contradictions of assuming greater responsibilities will be more apparent, we should make reasonable arrangement in advance. Finally some corresponding suggestions are proposed.%介绍了华东电网CPS考核指标的基本情况及计算方法。指出风电波动对CPS的影响,风电属于间歇式能源,其出力随着风力的变化而变化,针对风电功率波动这一影响因素,对ACE计算公式进行了修正。举例说明2020年江苏全省风电装机容量将达到1GW,消纳大量风电带来利益的同时,需要承担相关责任的矛盾也将更加明显,应提前做好合理安排,给出了相应的建议。

  5. A STUDY ON DISABILITIES AMONGST THE ELDERLY IN THE URBAN AND RURAL AREAS IN THE KAMRUP DISTRICT, ASSAM BASED ON THE ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (ADL AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS

    Jhankar

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUCTION: Health problems are a major concern for the elderly and they are prone to diseases and disabilities more than the younger age groups which can make them physically and economically dependent. The increasing number of elderly in the country means that they are going to make contributions to the economy. Elderly persons, being one of the most vulnerable groups of the society have more chances of chronic disease, infections, as well as disabilities. Disability has been defined as a restriction or lack of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being.[1] It reflects how well an individual is able to function in general areas of life. Disability in elderly can be grouped in three large groups. First - who can manage in their daily activities with the help of mechanical devices. Second - who have multiple health problems and severe limitations in mental and/or physical functioning who require very intensive levels of care. Third-in between above two groups, they are functionally disabled in one or two ADLs, or have mild cognitive impairments.[2] OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY: 1. To assess disability related to Activities of Daily Living(ADL amongst the elderly in the urban and rural area. 2. To determine the use of physical aids by the elderly in both the urban and rural areas. MATERIAL AND METHODS: This community-based cross-sectional study was conducted among persons aged 60 years and above, in urban and rural areas in the Kamrup district, Assam. In the study, 400 no.s of elderly are under study of which 200 are from the urban area and 200 from the rural areas. The urban area is from the Guwahati city which consists of 60 municipalty blocks. Out of the sixty municipalty blocks, 10 no.s of blocks are randomly selected and 20 elderly are chosen from each block totaling a mark of 200.The kamrup rural area of Rani Community Development block is choosen from where 20 no.s of villages are

  6. CPS Trawl Life History Specimen Data

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Individual specimens measured (weight in grams and length in mm) and sexed from mainly targeted species caught during SWFSC-FRD fishery independent trawl surveys of...

  7. CPS Trawl Life History Length Frequency Data

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Length distribution of a subset of individuals from a species (mainly non-target) caught during SWFSC-FRD fishery independent trawl surveys of coastal pelagic...

  8. APPLICATION OF CPS OPTIMISED NEURAL NETWORK IN RAILWAY PASSENGER TRAFFIC PREDICTION%混沌粒子群优化神经网络在铁路客运量预测中的应用

    赵清艳; 熊茂华

    2013-01-01

    针对常规RBF神经网络在铁路客运量预测中存在的收敛速度慢、易陷入局部极小等缺陷,提出一种基于混沌粒子群优化RBF神经网络算法,实现对RBF神经网络参数进行优化,并对我国1985年-2008年铁路客运量数据进行仿真实验.仿真结果表明,该算法很好地解决常规RBF神经网络参数优化问题,提高了铁路客运量预测精度,预测结果对铁路企业的决策有更加实用的参考价值.%Conventional RBF neural network has the defects of slow convergence,easy to fall into local minimum and so on in railway passenger traffic prediction.In light of this,we propose to optimise the parameters of the RBF neural networks based on chaotic particle swarm (CPS),and carry out the simulation experiment on the railway passenger traffic of China during 1985-2008.Simulation results show that the proposed algorithm is a good solution for parameter optimisation problem of conventional RBF neural networks,and improves the prediction accuracy of railway passenger traffic.The prediction results has more practical reference value for the decision-making of railway enterprises.

  9. 音乐疗法对脑卒中偏瘫患者肢体运动功能的影响%The Effects of Music Therapy on Motor Function and ADL in the HemipLegic Patients with Stroke

    宋涛; 许光旭; 龙丽华; 符鲲; 李辉萍; 陶希; 张付秀

    2013-01-01

    Objective To investigate the effects of music therapy on the limbs motor function and activity of daily living(ADL) in the hemipLegic patients with stroke. Methods A randomly case control study approach was conducted. Thirty nine hemiplegic patients with storke were randomly divided into experiment group(n=20) and control group (n=19).All patients were treated with routine rehabilitatinon training. Those patients In experiment group were treated with music therapy additionally. All patients were assessed by Fugl-Meyer assessment(FMA) and Modified Barthel Index(MBI) before and after 4-week therapy. Result After 4 weeks treatment in both groups, FMA and MBI scores improved significantly compared with anterior treatment(P<0.01). Meanwhile, FMA and MBI scores in experimental group increased outstanding higher than control group(P<0.01). Conclusion Music therapy can improve the limbs motor function and ADL in the hemiplegic patients with stroke.%目的:探讨音乐疗法对脑卒中偏瘫患者肢体运动功能和日常生活活动(ADL)能力的影响。方法采用随机病例对照方法,将入选的39例脑卒中患者随机分为治疗组(n=20)和对照组(n=19),治疗组音乐疗法进行干预。入选时和治疗4周后,用Fugl-Meyer运动功能评分方法和改良巴氏指数评定患者的肢体运动功能和ADL能力。结果同组间治疗前后比较,FMA和MBI均有明显改善,差异有显著性意义(P<0.01),治疗后治疗组与对照组之间的FMA和MBI值比较差异有显著性意义(P<0.01)。结论音乐疗法可明显地促进脑卒中偏瘫患者肢体运动功能和ADL能力恢复。

  10. Sylvie Germaın’in gecelerin kitabı ve amber- gece adlı yapıtlarında büyülü gerçekçilik

    YILDIRIM, Ceylan

    2011-01-01

    ÖZET Çalışmamız, Germain’in Gecelerin Kitabı ve Amber-Gece adlı yapıtlarının Büyülü Gerçekçi anlatım tarzına göre incelenmesi ve yazarın her iki yapıtında kullanılan Büyülü Gerçekçi öğelerin örneklerle açıklanmasını kapsar. Germain’in söz konusu iki yapıtında hangi Büyülü Gerçekçi anlatım tekniklerini kullandığı, bu tarzın anlatım tekniklerini kullanırken hangi unsurlardan ya da kişilerden esinlenmiş olabileceği gösterilmeye çalışılmıştır. Germain’in iki yapıtının Büyülü Gerçek...

  11. Elizabeth Gaskell’ ın Mary Barton, North and South ve Wives and Daughters adlı romanlarında ‘İngiliz kimliği’

    TONOZ, Nurdan

    2010-01-01

    Bu çalışmanın amacı, Elizabeth Gaskell‟ın 19.yy‟da İngiltere‟deki sanayileşmenin sebep olduğu toplumsal sorunları ele alarak yazmış olduğu Mary Barton, North and South ve Wives and Daughters adlı romanlarının, hem sınıf hem de cinsiyet bağlamında meydana gelen kimlik tartışmalarını ele alan, yansıtan ve onlara bir tepki niteliği taşıyan romanlar olarak incelenmesidir. Giriş bölümünde, kısa olarak Gaskel‟ın bu üç romanında 19.yy da İngiltere‟de yaşanan değişimleri nasıl ele aldığı ve ...

  12. 基于改进分层强化学习的CPS指令多目标动态优化分配算法%Multi-objective Dynamic Optimal Dispatch Method for CPS Order of Interconnected Power Grids Using Improved Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning

    余涛; 王宇名; 叶文加; 刘前进

    2011-01-01

    This paper presented an improved hierarchical reinforcement learning (HRL) algorithm to solve the curse of dimensionality problem in the multi-objective dynamic optimization of automatic generation control (AGC) order dispatch based on control performance standard (CPS). The CPS order dispatch task was decomposed into several subtasks by classifying the AGC committed units according to their response time delay of power regulating. A time-varying coordination factor was introduced between layers of HRL to speed up the algorithm. Numbers of linear combination of weights in reward function were designed to optimize hydro capacity margin and AGC production cost. The application of improved hierarchical Q-learning in the China southern power grid model shows that the proposed method can speed up the algorithm by 47%, enhance the performance of AGC systems in CPS assessment, and save AGC production cost over 5%, compared with the hierarchical Q-learning and genetic algorithm.%应用经典强化学习方法的控制性能标准(control performance standard,CPS)下自动发电控制(automatic generation control,AGC)指令(CPS指令)由调度端至电网各台机组的分配过程不可避免出现维数灾难问题。提出应用分层强化学习的方法,将全网机组按调频时延做初次分类,CPS指令逐层分配形成任务分层结构。在分层Q学习算法层与层之间引入一个时变协调因子,改进的分层Q学习算法有效提高原算法收敛速度。奖励函数中设计不同的权值线性组合,展示保守及乐观控制下系统CPS控制水平和调节成本的变化关系。南方电网统计性仿真分析表明,改进分层Q学习算法较分层Q学习算法平均收敛时间缩短47%,在复杂随机扰动的环境中改进算法能有效提高系统CPS考核合格率,并降低调节成本约5%。

  13. Evaluation of Serotype Prediction by cpsA-cpsB Gene Polymorphism in Streptococcus pneumoniae

    Lawrence, Elliot R.; Arias, Cesar A.; Duke, Brigid; Beste, Dani; Broughton, Karen; Efstratiou, Androulla; George, Robert C.; Hall, Lucinda M. C.

    2000-01-01

    New pneumococcal conjugate vaccines covering a limited number of serotypes are likely to come into widespread use over the next few years. It is unknown what effect this will have on the relative importance of different serotypes as causes of pneumococcal infection. Hence, it will be important to monitor serotype prevalence before, during, and after the introduction of new vaccines. We have investigated the ability of a PCR method based on polymorphisms in two genes common to the different ca...

  14. Cloning and Location of MdCPS and Analysis Its Expression Difference Between Columnar and Standard Tree Architecture in Apple%苹果MdCPS基因的克隆、定位及其在柱型/普通型间的表达差异分析

    田义轲; 白牡丹; 王彩虹; 刘云龙; 陈宝印

    2014-01-01

    为研究赤霉素合成途径关键酶基因,了解果树的矮化机理。以苹果品种富士当年生新梢的茎尖为试材,以苹果基因组数据库为依据,克隆了编码苹果CPS的基因MdCPS(GenBanK登录号:KC433942.1)。该基因gDNA序列含有15个外显子和14个内含子,其编码序列( Coding sequence,CDS)长度为2400 bp,共编码799个氨基酸。在已发表的金冠苹果基因组中,与该基因相对应的转录本是MDP0000147908,它的定位区间为chr11:32433834~32439214。同源性分析表明,MdCPS与其他植物的CPS间有较高的相似性(49%~67%)。以杂交组合富士(普通型)×舞姿(柱型)的亲本品种及F1后代当年生新梢的茎尖组织为试材,实时荧光定量PCR( qRT-PCR)分析表明,尽管该基因在柱型亲本中的表达水平显著低于普通型亲本,但在其后代的柱型与普通型群体间差异并不明显。同时,在柱型杂种及其普通型突变体间的分析结果也表明,MdCPS的表达水平与柱型性状没有明显的相关性。可见,柱型苹果茎尖组织中活性赤霉素含量偏低受其合成早期步骤关键酶基因MdCPS的影响不大。%Gibberellines are the most important phtyohormones influencing the plant height of fruit trees. Re-searches of the genes encoding the critical enzymes in gibberellin biosynthesis are significant to understanding the mechanism of dwarf tree architectures. This study reported the isolation of the MdCPS ( GenBank accession number:KC433942. 1),encoding CPS in apple, from primary apical shoots of the variety Fuji based on the apple genome database. The gDNA sequence of MdCPS contained 15 exons and 14 introns,and the coding sequence( CDS) of it was 2 400 bp,which encoded a polypeptide of 799 amino acids. The transcript MDP0000147908 that spanned chro-mosome 11 from location 32433834 to 32439214 in the published Golden delicious apple genome corresponds to this gene. Homology analysis indicated that the deduced MdCPS shared a higher

  15. Cultural synthesis in the story„ Nasreddin Hodca und Weihnachtsmann“„Nasreddin Hodca und Weihnachtsmann“ adlı öyküde kültür sentezi

    Hikmet Asutay

    2014-06-01

    nemli bir yere sahip olan Osman Engin tarafından Alman dilinde okuyucuya nasıl aktarıldığı eser üzerinde irdelenmeye çalışılacaktır. Araştırmada kültürel yansımaları değerlendirmek amacıyla Osman Engin’in “Nasreddin Hodca und Weihnachtsmann” adlı hikâyesi seçilmiştir. “Nasreddin Hodca und Weihnachtsmann” adlı hikâyede Nasrettin Hoca’ya ait mizah özellikleri Almancaya aktarılabilmiş midir?  Gülme öğeleri hikâyenin Almancasında da hissedilebilmekte midir? Yazar içinde yaşadığı diğer kültürün inanç özelliklerine değinmiş midir, şeklindeki sorulara araştırmada cevap aranacaktır. Araştırma, benzerlikler ya da farklılıklar üzerine yoğunlaşan karşılaştırmalı çalışmaların araştırma nesnesi olarak sadece öteki kültürün ürünlerini ele almasının aksine her iki kültürü bir araya getiren Türk-Alman yazınından bir eseri incelemesi bakımından kanımızca önem taşımaktadır. Normal 0 21 false false false TR X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Normal Tablo"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;}

  16. Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel’in Suda Halkalar Adlı Eserinde Su İmajları ve Benzetmeler Water Images and Metaphors in Suda Halkalar Which Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel’s Work

    Hüseyin DOĞRAMACIOĞLU

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Suda Halkalar (Circles in Water which the poetry book of Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel, has not been translated into the Latin alphabet to the present day. The images of the water and metaphors which used in this work brought new connotations and approaches to the Turkish poetry. The images of the water in the poetry book are used instead of the poet's soul and dreams sometimes. These images are thought with poet’s darling and sometimes are used as a background. The poetformed the images of the water in his poem sadly. There are the poetand his darling in these tables. The images of the water and thedreams of the poet form the background of the poem. The backgroundsin this poem are repeated as a leitmotiv. Visuality and individualitybecomes important feature in these tables created by the poet. Themetaphors in the work created differently from classical Turkish poetry.These metaphors brought a new meaning to the poem. The poem basedon the intellectual grounds via metaphors. This can be considered asone of the significant achievements of Turkish poetry. We can see thatthe past remembered and desired both in poetry and metaphors bypessimistic feeling. In this respect the past affects the poet's dreamscombining with a sense of mourning, water images and metaphors inpoetry. The metaphors can be grouped as imaginary, visual andstrongly poetic ground. The feelings of pessimism and sadness arepredominant in these metaphors. The images and metaphors used bythe poet can be considered as an improvement for Turkish poetry. It isthe first research done on Suda Halkalar (Circles in Water will help tobetter understand and identify Çamlıbel’s aspect of poetry and literaryline. Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel’in Suda Halkalar adlı şiir kitabı günümüze kadar Latin harflerine aktarılmamıştır. Bu eserde kullanılan su imajları ve benzetmeler Türk şiirine yeni yaklaşımlar ve çağrışımlar getirmiştir. Eserdeki su imajları bazen şairin ruhu ve hayalleri

  17. Can the Glittre ADL test differentiate the functional capacity of COPD patients from that of healthy subjects? O teste de AVD-Glittre é capaz de diferenciar a capacidade funcional de indivíduos com DPOC da de saudáveis?

    Krislainy S. Corrêa

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: The Glittre ADL (TGlittre test is a specifically designed to assess functional limitation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD patients. However, it is not known if it can differentiate the performance of these patients from healthy subjects. OBJECTIVES: To investigate whether the Glittre ADL test is able to differentiate the functional capacity of COPD patients from that of healthy subjects and to compare the cardiorespiratory response between Glittre ADL and the six-minute walk test (6MWT. METHODS: The study included 10 patients with COPD (GOLD 2 to 4 and 10 healthy subjects matched by age who performed the following: spirometry pre-and post-bronchodilator, a Glittre ADL test and two 6MWT on two consecutive days. RESULTS: The performance of COPD (FEV1%pred= 38.1±11.8, age=64±10 years, BMI=23.7±5.2 kg/ m² was worse than the control group on TGlittre (5.26±2.9 min, 3.3±0.3 min, p0.05. CONCLUSIONS: The performance of COPD patients is worse than that of healthy subjects on the Glittre ADL test, with a greater increase in dyspnea and similar heart rates.CONTEXTUALIZAÇÃO: O teste de AVD Glittre (TGlittre é um teste específico desenvolvido para avaliar a limitação funcional em pacientes com doença pulmonar obstrutiva crônica (DPOC, no entanto não se sabe qual sua capacidade de diferenciar o desempenho de doentes do de indivíduos saudáveis. OBJETIVOS: Investigar se o TGlittre é capaz de diferenciar a capacidade funcional de pacientes com DPOC da de indivíduos normais, além de comparar a resposta cardiorrespiratória induzida pelo TGlittre com a do teste de caminhada de seis minutos (TC6min. MÉTODOS: Participaram do estudo dez indivíduos com DPOC (GOLD 2 a 4 e dez indivíduos saudáveis de mesma faixa etária, realizando as seguintes avaliações: espirometria pré e pós-broncodilatador; um TGlittre e dois TC6min em dois dias consecutivos. RESULTADOS: O grupo DPOC (VEF1%prev = 38,1±11,8, idade = 64±10 anos

  18. Halveti-Şâbânî Şeyhi Mustafa Kemâleddîn Bekrî ve Hediyyetü’l-Ahbâb Adlı Eseri

    Halim Gül

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available AbstractThis article studies the life and woks of Kemaleddin Bekrî, who affiliated himself to Khalvati-Shabani Sheikh Abdullatîf b. Hüsameddîn el-Halebî, and who was growed up under Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulsi’s control. His work “Hadiyyat al-Ahbab fi ma li’l-Khalveti min al-Şuruti va’l-Adab”, which explains the conditions and rules of “khalvet” was also studied. The work consists of preface, eight parts and an epilogue and all parts examined in detail.ÖzetBu makalede, Abdülganî Nablusî’nin (ö.1143/1730 gözetiminde yetişen, halvetî-Şabânî şeyhi Abdullatîf b. Hüsameddîn el-Halebî’ye intisap eden Mustafa Kemaleddin Bekrî’nin hayatı ve eserleri incelenmiştir. Bu çerçevede onun tasavvufi bir kavram olan halvetin âdab ve şartlarını izah eden “Hediyyetü’l ahbâb fî mâ li’l-halveti mine’ş-şurûti ve’l-âdâb” adlı risalesinin incelenmesi ve değerlendirmesi üzerinde durulmuştur. Söz konusu eser, mukaddime sekiz bölüm ve bir hatimeden oluşmaktadır.Le Shaykh Khalwatî-Sha‘bânî Mustafâ Kamâl al-Dîn Bakrî et son Traité qui s’intitule Hadiyya al-ahbâbRésuméDans cet article, on va étudier d’abord la vie et les œuvres du Shaykh Khalwatî-Sha‘bânî Mustafâ Kamâl al-Dîn Bakrî qui a été éduqué par le célèbre soufi ‘Abd al-Ghanî Nablûsî (m. 1143/1730 et a été initié par ‘Abd al-Latîf b. Husâm al-Dîn al-Halabî. Puis, plus particulièrement, on va analyser son traité qui s’intitule ‘Hadiyya al-ahbâb fî mâ li’l-khalwatî min al-shurût wa’l-âdâb’. Ce traité – qui a été composé de dix-huit chapitres et d’une conclusion – étudie les convenances et les conditions de la retraite spirituelle, khalwa, une des notions soufies importantes

  19. 康复护理对颅脑外伤患者运动功能和ADL的效果探讨%Observation of the Effect of Rehabilitation Nursing on Motor Function and ADL of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

    姚彩媚

    2014-01-01

    Objective To observe and analyze the effect of rehabilitation nursing on motor function and ADL of traumatic brain injury patients. Methods 152 cases with traumatic brain injury were selected and randomly divided into two groups, 76 cases in each group. The control group were given routine nursing, while the observation group were given comprehensive rehabilitation nursing based on routine nursing. Results After rehabilitation treatment, the FAM score (68.4 ± 22.1) of the observation group was significantly higher than that (44.3 ± 20.4) of the control group with a statistically significant difference (tFAM=6.986, P=0.000). After rehabilitation treatment, the MBI score (77.4 ± 19.4) of the observation group was significantly higher than that (51.5 ± 21.2) of the control group with a statistically significant difference (tMBI=7.857,P=0.000). Conclusion Rehabilitation nursing is an effective treatment for traumatic brain injury patients, which can improve motor function and activities of daily living of the patients with a good treatment effect. It is worthy of popularization and application.%目的:探讨分析康复护理对颅脑外伤患者运动功能和ADL的改善情况。方法选取颅脑外伤患者152例,随机分为2组,各76例。给予对照组患者常规护理手段,观察组患者在对照组基础上给予综合康复护理措施。结果观察组康复治疗后的FAM评分为(68.4±22.1),明显高于对照组的FAM评分(44.3±20.4),差异有统计学意义(tFAM=6.986,P=0.000);观察组康复治疗后的MBI评分为(77.4±19.4),明显高于对照组的MBI评分(51.5±21.2),差异有统计学意义(tMBI=7.857,P=0.000)。结论康复护理是治疗和改善颅脑外伤患者肢体运动功能和日常生活活动能力的有效治疗手段,治疗效果良好,值得推广应用。

  20. Mehmed Enisî Yalkı’nın Alman Ruhu Adlı Seyahatnamesine İmgebilimsel Bir Yaklaşım An Imagologist Approach To Mehmet Enisi Yalkı's Travelbook

    Yılmaz DAŞCIOĞLU

    2012-12-01

    , Cumhuriyetle birlikte sistematik hale getirilen batı tipi Türk kimliğinin inşasında önemli bir görev üstlendiğini söylemek yanlış olmayacaktır. Bu çalışmada, II. Meşrutiyet’in ilanı ile birlikte büyük bir artış gösteren yurt dışı seyahatnamelerinden birisi imgebilimsel yöntemle incelenmektedir. Meşrutiyet dönemi isimlerinden gazeteci-yazar Mehmed Enisî Yalkı’nın, henüz Latin alfabesine aktarılmayan Alman Ruhu adlı seyahatnamesinde yeni bir ulusun, batı tipi Türk’ün inşası için teklif ettiği Alman/Almanya modeli çeşitli imgeler aracılığıyla çözümlenmektedir. Bütün bir seyahatname boyunca “Alman gibi çalış”, “Alman gibi metin ol”, “Alman gibi ruhunu kuvvetlendir”, “Alman gibi adalete hizmet et” nidalarının bir arka fon olarak çınlaması, Almanya’nın model alınmasının teklif edilmesinin açık işaretleridir. Çalışmanın sonunda, Tanzimat’tan Cumhuriyet’e kadar uzanan yeni bir ulusun inşası bunalımını yaşayan Osmanlı aydınının, seyahatnameyi bir edebi tür gibi kullanmaktan çok, toplumu eğitmek, ona yön vermek, ona alternatif yaşam ve kültür sunmak kaygısıyla kaleme aldığı tespit edilmektedir.

  1. Relação entre a limitação nas atividades de vida diária (AVD e o índice BODE em pacientes com doença pulmonar obstrutiva crônica Relationship between daily living activities (ADL limitation and the BODE index in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Karen M. Simon

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available CONTEXTUALIZAÇÃO: A Doença Pulmonar Obstrutiva Crônica (DPOC é uma doença progressiva que reduz a capacidade funcional, comprometendo as atividades de vida diária (AVD. A morbidade e a mortalidade na DPOC apresentam uma estreita relação com a limitação funcional nesses pacientes. OBJETIVOS: Verificar se há associação entre a limitação nas AVD e o índice preditor de mortalidade BODE em pacientes com DPOC moderada a muito grave e não moderada e grave. MÉTODOS: Trinta e nove pacientes com DPOC GOLD 2 a 4, em uma amostra de conveniência, foram submetidos às avaliações: espirometria, índice de massa corpórea (IMC, escala London Chest Activity of Daily Living (LCADL, teste da caminhada de seis minutos (TC6min; escala Medical Research Council (MRC, e o índice BODE foi calculado. O escore total e o percentual do escore total da LCADL (LCADL%total foram comparados entre os pacientes dos quatro quartis do BODE utilizando-se ANOVA. O Coeficiente de Correlação de Spearman foi utilizado para verificar a associação entre os escores da LCADL e do índice BODE. RESULTADOS: Os pacientes apresentaram em média VEF1%prev=37,0±12,2%, idade=66±8 anos. A LCADL%total apresentou correlação com o BODE (r=0,65, pBACKGROUND: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD is a progressive disease that reduces functional capacity, deteriorating the ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL. A close relationship between morbidity and mortality with functional limitation is observed in patients with COPD. OBJECTIVES: To determine if there is a relationship between ADL limitation and the BODE index, which is a predictor of mortality, in patients with moderate to severe COPD. METHODS: Thirty-nine patients with COPD GOLD 2 to 4 recruited by convenience, were submitted to the following tests: spirometry, body mass index (BMI, the London Chest Activity of Daily Living (LCADL scale, six-minute walking test (6MWT, the Medical Research Council

  2. CPS-based Load Dispatching Model for the Energy Conversation and Emission Reduction of Thermal Power Units%基于信息物理融合的火电机组节能环保负荷优化分配

    付鹏; 王宁玲; 李晓恩; 徐汉; 张雨檬; 杨勇平

    2015-01-01

    The emerging of energy internet calls for even higher requirements for the plant-level load dispatching of thermal power units in terms of safety, efficiency, cleanness and intelligence. The physical system, information system and control system of power units were supposed to deeply fused, coordinated and optimized. The cyber-physical system (CPS) integrates the physical, communication and information network, providing a new way for the intelligent load dispatching of thermal power units. With the large amount of operational data, FRS-based big data analytics was introduced to derive the correlation between the physical and information model of coal consumption and pollutant emission; considering the economic and pollutant emission factors, the CP-based load dispatching model was built. The model was simulated on the operation data of two 600MW coal-fired power units, and the results show that the reduction range of coal consumption rate is 1.3g/(kW⋅h), and the concentration reduction range of SO2, NOx and dust is 3.4mg/m3, 2.5mg/m3 and 1.6mg/m3, respectively.%能源互联网背景下,火电机组厂级负荷分配需要兼顾安全性、经济性、环保性和智能化,要求发电机组的物理系统、信息系统和控制系统深度融合、协调优化。信息物理融合系统(cyber-physical system,CPS)紧密融合了物理、通信和信息网络,为火电机组的智能优化负荷分配提供了新思路。文中在火电机组海量运行数据基础上,基于模糊粗糙集(fuzzy rough set,FRS)大数据处理方法,得到机组煤耗和污染物排放量物理模型与信息模型的对应关系;综合考虑经济和排放因素,建立基于物理信息融合(CP)的负荷分配模型。以某600 MW 燃煤发电机组为案例进行模型模拟,结果表明,负荷指令由700 MW增至1100 MW,煤耗率以及SO2、NOx和粉尘浓度降低范围分别为1.3g/(kW⋅h)、3.4 mg/m3、2.5 mg/m3和1.6mg/m3左右。

  3. CPS 中环境信息的建模方法%Modeling Method on Environmental Information in CPS

    于洋; 金英; 张晶

    2015-01-01

    基于元建模设施和建模技术,提出一种物理信息融合系统中环境信息的建模方法。该方法利用层次化的建模思想和领域化的建模方法,定义了环境信息的元元模型及不同领域中环境信息的元模型,实现了环境信息的元信息统一和不同领域中展现形式的多样性。该方法有利于解决物理信息融合系统中由于多维异构性导致的环境信息描述不统一和环境信息融合交互困难的问题。%Based on meta object facility (MOF ) and modeling technology, an environmental information modeling method was proposed in cyber physical systems. The method uses the hierarchical modeling ideas and the domain modeling way to define the meta-meta-model of environmental information and the meta-model of environmental information in different domains so as to realize the uniform of environmental meta-information and the diversity in different domains. This method is helpful to solving the problem of environmental information description ’s inconsistency brought by multidimensional heterogeneity, and the problem of difficulties in information fusion and interaction.

  4. Osmanlı Devleti’nde Kadınlara Yönelik Tarih Öğretimi Çabaları ve Ali Seydi Bey’in Kızlara Mahsûs Târîh-i Osmânî Adlı Eseri

    2011-01-01

    ÖzetBu makalede Osmanlı Devleti’nde kadınlara yönelik tarih öğretimi paralelinde kaleme alınmış olan “Kızlara Mahsûs Târîh-i Osmânî” adlı eser, tarih eğitimi ve kadın eğitimi bağlamında incelenmiştir. Osmanlı Devleti’nde eğitim Tanzimat Fermanı’nın ilanından sonra değişmeye başlamıştır. Modernleşme paralelinde açılan yeni bürokratik kurumların nitelikli eleman ihtiyacını arttırması eğitimin devlet tarafından yeniden organize edilmesine ve yeni eğitim kurumlarının doğmasına yol açmıştır. Bu ye...

  5. Hasan Basri Çantay’ın “On Kere Kırk Hadis” Adlı Eserinde Ahkâm Hadislerine Getirdiği Fıkhî Yorumlar / Hasan Basri Çantay’s Fiqh Interpretations on Ahādīth Ahkām In The Entitled Book ‘On Kere Kırk Hadis’

    Mehmet Özkan

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Milli mücadele yıllarının öne çıkan isimlerinden biri olan Hasan Basri Çantay yazarlık, gazetecilik, öğretmenlik ve milletvekilliği gibi birçok alanda faaliyet göstermiş, çeşitli konularda yazılar yazmış, eserler kaleme almıştır. İslami ilimler alanında da kendini yetiştiren Çantay’ın bu alandaki en önemli eseri “Kur’an-ı Hakîm ve Meal-i Kerîm” adlı Kur’an mealidir. İkinci önemli eseri, “On Kere Kırk Hadis” adlı kitabıdır. 1955-1962 yılları arasında üç cilt halinde basılan bu kitap iman, ibâdet, temizlik, ahlak, muâmelat, evlenme, boşanma, suç ve cezalar, şûra, askerlik ve cihat, savaş hukuku,  helal,  haram gibi birçok konuyla ilgili bin iki yüz hadisten oluşmaktadır. Bunların yaklaşık dört yüz yirmisi ahkâm hadisidir. Çantay, hadisleri tercüme etmekle kalmamış yeri geldikçe izahlarda da bulunmuştur. Bu çalışmada Çantay’ın yaklaşık yüz otuz ahkâm hadisine yaptığı izah ve fıkhî değerlendirmelerden örneklere yer verilecektir.Hasan Basri Çantay, one of the most famous personalities in the National Struggle period in Turkey, has been active in many areas such as writing, journalism, teaching and member of parliament. Additionally, he has written the articles and the books on various topics. He educated himself in the field of basic Islamic sciences. His most important Qur'anic interpretation (tafsir is entitled “Kur’an-ı Hakîm ve Meal-i Kerîm” and his second major work is titled “On Kere Kırk Hadis.” The book, published in three volumes between 1955 and 1962 years, consist of thousand two hundred hadith associated with many issues, such as faith, worship, cleanliness, morals, procedures, marriage and divorce, crime and punishment, the council, soldiering, jihad, law of war, lawful, forbidden. Approximately four hundred and twenty of hadith are ahādīth ahkām. Çantay has translated hadith and occasionally interpreted them in the

  6. 19. Yüzyıl Klasik Şairlerimizden Muhammed Şerîfî’nin Dürr-i Manzûm Adlı Menakıpnamesi The Menaqibname Named Dürr-i Manzûm Of Muhammed Şerîfî Who Is One Of Our 19th Century Classic Poets

    Ferdi KİREMİTÇİ

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to introduce the work named Dürr-i Manzûm which is a example of menaqıpname.Menaqıpname is the common name of the religious-mystical works about the legends and miracles formed around the life of a saint. Turkish literature makes acquainted with menaqıpnames through mysticism consisting of Islam. The first menaqıpname of Turkish literature is the work named Tezkire-i Satuk Buğra Han which is written at the end of the 11th century. From this century, more than 100 menakıpnames are indited by copyright or translation in Anatolia.One of the verse examples of this genre is, also, belong to Muhammed Şerîfî who is one of our 19th century classic poets. In this menaqıpname named Dürr-i Manzûm, various parables about Ebû Hanîfe and his student İmâm Yûsuf are narrated. The work is mesnevi and consists of 605 couplets. A single copy that can be detected of the work is registered in the National Library of Turkey (archives nu. 06 Mil Yz A 2032.In the introduction of the study consists of six chapters, general information about the prose and verse menaqibnames in the classical Turkish literature is given. The first chapter consists of various determinations of menaqıpname named Dürr-i Manzûm. The second chapter contains the transcribed text of this work. The results from this study are summarized in the third chapter. In the fourth chapter, sources used this study are stated. The fifth chapter includes a short glossary of Dürr-i Manzûm. Examples of original text of the work are given in the last chapter.In this study, menaqibname genre which is very important in terms of Turkish history, culture and literature is explained and a verse example of the genre is presented in the context of “analyse-text-dictionary”. Bu çalışma bir menakıpname örneği olan Dürr-i Manzûm adlıeseri tanıtmayı amaçlamaktadır.Menakıpname, bir velinin hayatı çevresinde oluşmuş menkıbeveya kerâmetleri anlatan din

  7. Necip Fazıl Kısakürek’in Yunus Emre Adlı Tiyatro Eseri Üzerine Bir İnceleme A Study About Yunus Emre, A Theatre Work Written By Necip Fazıl Kısakürek

    Turan GÜLER

    2012-09-01

    ürler içinde tiyatroya büyük bir önem veren Necip Fazıl Kısakürek, Yunus Emre adlı oyununda Yunus Emre‟ye oyunun başkişisi olarak yer vermiştir. Bu çalışmada Necip Fazıl Kısakürek‟in Yunus Emre adlı tiyatrosu, oyunun kimlik çözümlemesi, konusu, olay dizisi, kişilik çözümlemesi, mekân ve dekor çözümlemeleri gibi yapısal unsurları bakımından incelenecektir. Eserde Türk-İslam tarihi içinde önemli bir yere sahip olan Yunus Emre‟nin menkıbelere dayalı hayatı tablolaştırılmıştır. Bu tablo içinde bir yandan Yunus Emre‟nin Anadolu‟ya gelmesi ile başlayan serüveni anlatılırken diğer yandan şiirleri aracılığı ile Yunus Emre‟nin yaşadığı tasavvufi yolculuk anlatılır. Oyunda, Yunus Emre devrinde Anadolu‟da vuku bulan bazı sosyal ve siyasal olaylara da göndermeler yapılır. Anadolu‟daki Moğol saldırıları ve hakimiyeti, Selçuklu Devleti‟nin son durumu, Beylikler arasındaki iç çekişmeler, halkın çaresizliği, bu karmaşa içinde tarikatların üstlendikleri çeşitli roller gibi meselelere oyunda yer verilmiştir. İncelememizde yapısal unsurların yanı sıra, bu gibi tematik hususlara da temas edilmiştir. Bu şekilde Yunus Emre‟nin çok fonksiyonlu kimliği ortaya konmaya çalışılmıştır. Son olarak yazar için önemli bir husus olan „Büyük Cihad‟ yani nefis terbiyesi gibi oyunun asıl tez konusuna dikkat çekilmiştir.

  8. Effect Of Bobath Approach In Improving Adl Of Hemiplegic Patients

    Karthikeyan Thangavelu; A. S. Moorthy

    2013-01-01

    -Stroke is the third leading cause of death and the primary cause of long term disability. It is a sudden, focal neurological deficit resulting from ischemic (or) hemorrhagic lesions in the brain. It affects more than six lakhs people all over the world each year. In the analysis and interpretation of Functional independence scale and Barthel Index of Bobath approach, There was a significant in the FIM scales pre test (M= 67.3, SD=0.96) and post test (M= 74.9, SD=0.96) t(9)=25.01, P ≤0.01 whi...

  9. Client-centred ADL intervention after stroke: Occupational therapists' experiences.

    Ranner, Maria; von Koch, Lena; Guidetti, Susanne; Tham, Kerstin

    2016-03-01

    Background This study was conducted in the context of a randomized controlled trial evaluating the effect of a client-centred activities in daily living intervention (CADL). The aim of the CADL was to enable agency in daily activities and participation in everyday life among persons with stroke. Objective This qualitative, longitudinal study aimed to describe how occupational therapists (OTs) applied the CADL in their clinical practice by studying their experiences and reflections concerning their interaction with the clients with stroke. Methods Six OTs who conducted the CADL were followed through interviews and observations on four separate occasions over one year. Data were analysed using a grounded theory approach. Results Sharing was the core category showing how the OTs helped their clients to achieve agency in daily activities. Through sharing the situation the OTs strove to obtain an empathetic understanding of the clients' lived experience throughout the whole intervention process in order to enable the clients' ownership of their daily activities. Conclusion The continuity of sharing seems to be the key for a gradual increase in agency. The approach of sharing should preferably be applied by all members of the interprofessional team, including the client and significant others. PMID:26654956

  10. “Gülün Adı ve Benim Adım Kırmızı” Adlı Romanlara Karşılaştırmalı Bir Yaklaşım A Comparative Approach to the novels “Name of the Rose and My Name Is Red”

    Elmas ŞAHİN

    2013-09-01

    Literature; Concepts of Criticism (1963, C:L: Wrenn'in The Idea of Comparative Literature (1973, Rey Chow'un In the Name of Comparative Literature (1995 gibi eserlerle, bizde ise İnci Enginün'ün Mukayeseli Edebiyat (1992, Gürsel Aytaç'ın Karşılaştırmalı Edebiyat Bilimi (1997, Emel Kefeli'nin Karşılaştırmalı Edebiyat İncelemeleri (2000 ve Kamil Aydın’ın Karşılaştırmalı Edebiyat: Günümüz Postmodern Bağlamda Algılanışı (2008 adlı çalışmalar karşılaştırmalı edebiyat bilimine katkı sağlayan ilk kuramsal yaklaşımlardandır.Karşılaştırmalı edebiyat, 1950’lerden sonra postmodern edebiyatın da gelişmesiyle birlikte metinlerarasılık kavramıyla da adını sıkça duyurmaya başlar. Gerek dil gerekse tema ve teknik açılardan eş ya da art zamanlı benzerlikler; metinlerarası göndermeler, alıntılar, montajlar; benzer söylemler ve kaynak metnin yeniden yorumlanışı gibi etkileşimler karşılaştırmalı edebiyat bilimini yakından ilgilendirir.Bu bağlamda çağımız yazarlarından İtalyan yazarı Umberto Eco'nun Gülün Adı (1980 ile Orhan Pamuk'un Benim Adım Kırmızı (1998 adlı eserleri farklı coğrafyalarda edebiyat sahasına girmelerine karşın, içerik ve biçim bağlamında benzer noktalara sahiptirler vekarşılaştırmalı edebiyat için eş zamanlı bir örnek teşkil etmektedirler.Bu çalışmada Gülün Adı ile Benim Adım Kırmızı adlı eserler, metneodaklı inceleme metodu kullanılarak öz ve biçim açısındankarşılaştırılacaktır. Her iki eser de, ortak tür, konu ve motifler dikkatealınarak; metinlerarası boyutta irdelenip; karşılaştırmalı edebiyatyönetimiyle benzer ve farklılıklarıyla çözümlenecektir.

  11. Nursing Cooperation Team in the Training of ADL in Patients with Hemiplegia after Stroke in the Effects Observed%护理协作团队合作在脑卒中偏瘫患者ADL训练中的效果观察

    徐华清; 吴碧静; 杨宇宁

    2015-01-01

    Objective:To observe the effect of nursing cooperation team training on activities of daily living in patients with stroke (ADL training).Method:60 stroke patients in recovery stage were randomly divided into control group (30 cases) and observation group (30 cases).The control group received the routine nursing,and the observation group with and rehabilitation doctor,nurse,therapist,nutritionist responsibility,patients,families,full-time nursing staff joint involvement of nursing team,in view of the patient assessment results to give the corresponding basic life activities (BADL) and assisted living (IADL) ability training activities.Using the basic life activities and discharged on two groups of admission,respectively (BADL) Ability Scale (Barthel index rating scale) and functional independence measure (FIM) assessment.Result:In the observation group,Baahel index and FIM score was compared with the control group,the two groups improved obviously,the difference has statistical significance (P<0.05).Conclusion:The nursing cooperation team,effectively improve the patient’s initiative and participation,significantly improve stroke patients on the activities of daily living,promote the rehabilitation of patients.%目的:护理协作团队合作在脑卒中患者日常生活活动训练(ADL训练)中的效果观察。方法:将60例脑卒中恢复期患者按随机数字表法分为对照组(30例)与观察组(30例)。对照组实施常规护理;观察组采用与康复医生、责任护士、治疗师、营养师、患者、家属、专职生活护理人员联合参与的护理协作团队,针对患者的评估结果给予相应的基本生活活动(BADL)和辅助生活活动(IADL)能力训练。分别于两组入院时、出院时采用基本生活活动能力(BADL)量表(Barthel指数评定量表)及功能独立性评定(FIM)进行评定。结果:观察组Baahel指数及FIM评分均较对照组改善,比较差

  12. Halit Fahri Ozansoy'un Gülistanlar ve Harabeler Adlı Eserinde Bahçe İmajları ve Renkler Garden Images and Colors in Halit Fahri Ozansoy’s Work of Gülistanlar ve Harabeler

    Hüseyin DOĞRAMACIOĞLU

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Halit Fahri Ozansoy’s poetry books of Gülistanlar ve Harabeler printed with old letters but not transformed to the Latin alphabet until now. In his work, garden images and colors which loaded special meaning of poet was known as hidden pearls and no research have been made on this work till now. Garden images in poetry are sometimes colorful, light and sometimes dull and dark. These images change with the with the poet's spirit world. We can visualize the garden images like an oil painting. These images drawn by the poet's words, show poet’s mood like a mirror. The colors used in the poem vary with garden images. This change appears with the change of the mental status of the poet. Thus, the poet uses the colors in accordancewith the different tables and his mood. When there are a lively andwarm colors in optimistic tables, dark and dull colors chosen inpessimistic tables. The poet's choice of the colors is not a coincidence.This selectivity included to poetry with different sensations. In his work,Ozansoy has described variety of colors in different gardens.Imagination, imagery and various emotions had been made with oneaccord in his depictions. The colors and portraits of garden form thepoet’s imagination. Colorful memories in the garden which experiencedin a darling moves from poet's imagination to the verses of the poem.Imagination, colors and gardens are described with darling. Theseimageries compose the garden images and semantic change of thecolors. Halit Fahri Ozansoy’un Gülistanlar ve Harabeler adlı şiir kitabı eski harflerle basılmış ancak günümüze kadar Latin harflerine aktarılmamıştır. Bu eserde şairin bahçe imajları ve renklere yüklediği anlamlar saklı inciler gibi gizli kalmış ve günümüze kadar üzerinde inceleme yapılmamıştır. Şiirdeki bahçe imajları bazen renkli, ışıklı ve bazen de donuk ve karanlıktır. Şairin değişen ruh dünyası ile birlikte bu imajlar da değişir. Bah

  13. Katilini Yaratan Annelik: Elif Şafak'ın "İskender" Adlı Romanından Yola Çıkarak Türkiye'de Kadınlık Ve Erkeklik Rollerine Dair Bir Sorgulama Motherhood Creating Its Killer: Based On Elif Shafak's Novel "Alexander" Questioning The Femininity And Masculinity In Turkey

    İlknur MEŞE

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Elif Shafak‟s novel “Alexander” holds many references tofemininity and masculinity in the context of the „purity‟ of woman and„honor‟ of man, which still exist in Turkey. On the cover of the book, thewriter poses in man‟s suit which tells us that it is woman –especiallymothers- who prepares man to the appropriate masculinity. Theinequality between man and woman has been built culturally ratherthan a natural result created by biological differences. The concept ofmasculinity has been shaped by political, ideological, and marketorientedinterests. In this sense, masculinity gained hard meanings likemind, power, will, achievement, activity, committing violence, actingindependently, and knowing to rule the others. However, the concept offemininity - having the reverse situation- has soft meanings likecompassion, pity, conscience, peaceful, passivity, and sensuality.Woman has tried to negotiate her secondary position by aspiringthe power of man. In this sense, we can assess woman‟s wish for a malechild as a wish of legitimate power. Her wish of compensating herhelplessness with the power attributed to man has no benefit otherthan creating anothervictimhood. Femininity and its repercussionmotherhood are something produced down the generations. More orless each new generation has been affected by this legacy. Both menand women will be able to get over this power cycle by questioning thecultural system and using the capacity of their subjectivity. Elif Şafak‟ın “İskender” adlı romanı, Türkiye‟de halen varlığınısürdüren, kadının „namusu‟ ve erkeğin „şerefi‟ üzerinden kadınlık veerkeklik rolleri tanımlamalarına dair çok göndermeler bulabileceğimizbir eser. Yazarın, kitabın kapağında bir erkek takım elbisesi içindeverdiği pozun bize anlattığı şey, tıpkı romanın başkahramanı olanİskender gibi, erkekleri, kabullere uygun erkeklik rolüne hazırlayanlarınkadınlar -özellikle anneler

  14. 17. Yüzyıl Azerbaycan Sahasında Yazılan Hikayat Adlı Eserdeki Ünlü Uyumları Üzerine Bir İnceleme A Study On Vowel Harmony In Written Work Named Hikáyát In Azerbaijani Field In Seventeenth Century

    Meltem GÜL

    2013-07-01

    rkçenin seslerini ifade etmedeki yetersizliğinden dolayı genellikle yabancı araştırmacıların yazmış olduğu transkripsiyon metinleri üzerinde araştırmalar yapılmıştır. Bu transkripsiyon metinleri kendi içlerinde bazı problemleri barındırmalarına rağmen Türkçe’nin tarihi için çok değerli kaynaklardır. Bu çalışmada 17. yüzyıl ünlü uyumları Hikāyāt adlı eser örneği üzerinde incelenerek dönemin özellikleriyle karşılaştırılmıştır. Öncelikle metinde hangi eklerin ünlü uyumunu bozduğu tespit edilmiştir. Uyuma aykırılıkların ne ölçüde olduğu belirtilip bu aykırılıklar sözcük kök ve gövdelerindeki aykırılıklar ve eklerde aykırılıklar olmak üzere ayrı başlıklar altında incelenmiştir.Bunun dışında büyük ünlü uyumunun tam olarak olup olmadığına bakılmıştır. Ayrıca 17. Yüzyılın en önemli ses olaylarından olan dudak uyumunun Hikāyāt metninde nasıl görüldüğü tespit edilmiştir. Uyuma aykırılıkların ne ölçüde olduğu belirlenmiştir. Düzleşme konusunda kurallı bir kullanımın olup olmadığı ortaya konulmuştur.17. yüzyıl Orta Osmanlıca dönemi bir geçiş dönemi olarak değerlendirilir. Eserde ünlü uyumlarında tam bir geçiş dönemi özelliklerinin görülüp görülmediği belirlenmiştir. Eklerin genel olarak nasıl kullanıldıkları belirlenmiştir.Ayrıca Azerbaycan sahasında yazılan bu eserle ünlü uyumu üzerinde Azerbaycan Türkçesinin etkilerini yansıtan ek kullanımları belirlenmeye çalışılarak Azerbaycan Türkçesiyle Türkiye Türkçesi arasındaki dil özelliklerinin farkları ortaya konulmuştur. Bu makale üzerinde çok sınırlı araştırmaların bulunduğu 17. yüzyıl Türkçesinin aydınlatılmasına katkı sağlayacaktır.

  15. Hâlit Ziya Uşaklıgil'in ''Kar Yağarken'' Adlı Öyküsüne Yapısalcı Bir Yaklaşım A Structuralist Approach to Hâlit Ziya Uşaklıgil's Short Story "Kar Yağarken" (While It Snows

    Yavuz Sinan ULU

    2012-12-01

    farklı grupların ortak eğilimi olarak tarif edilmiştir. F. de Saussure'ün temellerini attığı, yapısalcılık, isminden de anlaşılacağı üzere yapılarla ilgilenir ve özellikle de bu yapıların işlemesini sağlayan genel yasaları inceler. Yapısalcılık fenomenleri tek tek bu yasaların bazı bölümlerine indirgeme eğilimindedir. Yapısalcılık kuramı bir anlatıyı oluşturan öğelerin iskeletini çıkarıp onu betimlemeyi ve her parçanın bütün içindeki işlevini ortaya çıkarmayı amaçlar. Yapısalcılığa göre her parça değerlidir ve bu parçalar yüzey yapıdan derin yapıya eş zamanlılığa dayalı olarak geçmeyi sağlayan anahtar görevindedir.Bu çalışma edebiyatımızın en önemli yazarlarından Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil'in "Kar Yağarken" adlı öyküsünün yapısalcılık açısından tahlilini içermektedir. Öykü, 1914 yılında yayımlanan Bir Şi'r-i Hayal'de yer almıştır. Uşaklıgil'in öykülerinin temel öğesi çocuk sevgisidir. Yazar yürekleri sızlatan bir duyarlılıkla çocuk dünyasının kapılarını okuyucuya açar. "Kar Yağarken" de böyle bir öyküdür. Sermed adında, kimsesiz, yalnız, evi İstanbul sokakları olan bir sokak çocuğunun acıklı yaşamının anlatıldığı öyküde Sermed'in çıkmazları, hayat mücadelesi, hayalleri ve daha birçok konu öyküde kişi, mekân, zaman, nesne, koku, ve duygu kesiti aracılığıyla sembolleştirilmiştir. Bir kürklü paltoyla zenginleşen çocuk yüreği Sermed ile temsil edilir.

  16. Tokat’ın 17. Yüzyıl Âlim Şairlerinden İshak Bin Hasan Tokatî ve Nazmu’l-Ulum Adlı Mesnevîsi Poetry in Rhymed Couplets of Tokatlı İshâk Efendi Nazmu'l-Ulûm

    Bayram ÖZFIRAT

    2013-03-01

    ncelediğimiz Nazmu’l-Ulûm adlı mesnevîsinde şâir, çeşitli ilimler hakkında bilgi verdikten sonra bunların öğrenilmesi gerektiğini vurgulamıştır. Mesnevî, arûz vezninin “Mefāīlün Mefāīlün Faūlün” kalıbıyla yazılmış olup 1098/1687 yılında Tokat’ta telif edilmiştir. Mesnevî toplam 422 beyittir. Araştırmalarımız neticesinde yirmi iki nüshasını tespit ettiğimiz mesnevîde çeşitli ilimler hakkında bilgi verildikten sonra bunların öğrenilmesi gereği vurgulanmaktadır. Nazmu’l-Ulûm bu yönüyle manzûm bir nasihatnâme olup öğrenilmesinin öğütlendiği ilimlerin bazıları şunlardır: 1. İlm-i tecvîd, 2. İlm-i Kelâm, 3. İlm-i Fıkıh, 4. İlm-i Tasavvuf ve Ahlâk, 5. İlm-i Hadîs, 6. İlm-i Tefsîr, 7. İlm-i Tıp, 8. İlm-i Lugat, 9. İlm-i Nahv ve Sarf, 10. İlm-i Mantık, 11. İlm-i Edeb, 12. İlm-i Usûl-i Fıkıh, 13. İlm-i Meânî, 14. İlm-i Hisâb, 15. İlm-i Hendese, 17. İlm-i Kîmyâ, 18. İlm-i Arûz, 19. İlm-i Eş’âr. Nazmu’l-Ulûm kafiye yönünden oldukça sağlamdır. Hatta eserin kafiye bakımından kusursuz bir yapıya sahip olduğunu söylemek de mümkündür. Mesnevîyi oluşturan kelimler dikkate alındığında Arapça ve Farsça kelimelerin çokluğu dikkat çekmektedir. Ama eserin bu özelliği onun akıcılığından bir şey kaybettirmemiştir. Mesnevîde her türlü kafiyeye rastlanmakla birlikte; en çok zengin ve tam kafiyelere yer verilmiş, az sayıda yarım kafiye kullanılmıştır. Mesnevîde, bolca söz sanatlarına ve tasvirlere yer verilmiştir. Gereksiz ifadelerden kaçınılmaya çalışılmıştır. İshâk Efendi arûz veznine ve dile hâkim bir şâirdir. Nazmu’l-Ulûm’da şâirin vezin kusuruna düşmeden dili rahatlıkla kullanması dikkat çekicidir. Bu özellik İshâk Efendi’nin şâirlik gücüne, çok sayıda şiir yazmasına ve yaşadığı dönem olan on yedinci yüzyıla değin Türkçe anlatımdaki gelişmeye de bağlıdır.

  17. Tahsin Ömer’in “Darb-I Mesellerimiz Hakkında Tahlili Tedkikat” Adlı Atasözleri Seçkisi A Selection of Proverbs from Tahsin Ömer’s “Darb-ı Mesellerimiz Hakkında Tahlili Tedkikat”

    Abdulmuttalip İPEK

    2012-09-01

    foreword. Atasözleri ve deyimler, toplumların uzun süren gözlem, deneyim ve yaşantılarına dayandığından; ait oldukları toplumun yaşama biçiminden düşünce yapısına, değer yargılarından ahlâk anlayışına varıncaya kadar çok değişik konuları içerirler. Bu nedenle bir milletin bütün kültür ve değerler dünyasının özü mesabesinde olan kalıplaşmış sözlerdir. İletişim esnasında kısa, kestirme ve etkili bir anlatımı mümkün kılan atasözleri, aynı zamanda bir milletin felsefesini de yansıtır. Bu bakımdan bu söz varlıklarının bilinmesi ve yaşatılması hayatî önem arz etmektedir. Türk dilinin bilinen en eski sözlüğü olan Divânü Lügati’t-Türk’ten günümüze değin bu söz varlıklarını yaşatma ve kayıt altına alma amacına yönelik önemli sözlükler kaleme alınmıştır. Bunların her biri Türk dili ve kültürü açısından birbirinden değerli kaynaklardır. Bu makalede, yapılan taramalar ve araştırmalar neticesinde, bugüne kadar –bir iki yazı dışında– varlığından söz edilmemiş bir atasözü seçkisi üzerinde durulacaktır. 1337-1340 (M. 1921 yıllarında İstanbul Şehzâdebaşı’ndaki Evkâf Matbaası’nda basılan ve Tahsin Ömer tarafından kaleme alınmış olan “Darb-ı Mesellerimiz Hakkında Tahlîlî Tedkîkât” adlı risalenin, Toronto Üniversitesi Kütüphanesi’nde PN 6505 T8 035 numarada kayıtlı, eski harfli matbu nüshası kısa bir değerlendirme ilave edilerek yeni yazıya çevrilmiştir. Tahsin Ömer’in iki buçuk sayfalık mukaddimede belirttiği üzere bu eser, memleketimizde kullanılan beş bine yakın darbımeselin birer birer tetkiki neticesinde toplanan iki yüze yakın sözün, sahip olduğu manalar itibariyle ayrı ayrı kadrolar halinde tasnif edilip, halkın çeşitli dersler çıkarması ve ibret alması amacıyla kaleme alınmış 16 sayfalık bir risaledir. Pek hacimli olmayan bu risalenin en dikkate değer tarafı müellifinin darb

  18. 77 FR 27020 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Current Population Survey (CPS) Voting and...

    2012-05-08

    ..., 14th and Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20230 (or via the Internet at JJessup@doc.gov ). FOR... questions, which were previously collected in November 2010, and have been asked biennially since 1964. This... characteristics in each Presidential or Congressional election since 1964. The data collected from the...

  19. Data Series Generation for CPS Plants Simulation; Generacion de Series para Simulacion de Centrales Termosolares

    Ibanez, G.; Valenzuela, R. X.; Ramirez, L.; Polo, J.

    2014-02-01

    Due to the problems with the environment and other issues arising from the use of oil as the main source of energy, such as unstable politics and economics, there has been a growing interest in the development of alternative forms of energy over the last few years. In this field, the sun is a fundamental element, since any form of existing energy derives from it, directly or indirectly. Taking in to consideration all of these renewable energies, we have decided to focus on solar thermal energy, seeing as it will play a vital role in the future particularly in countries such as Spain that have great solar potential. Amid this form of renewable energy, the parabolic cylinder concentrator power plants are technologies with one of the most promising futures. Power plants with sufficient technological developments to compete with the other forms of energies and that have an extensive margin for improvement. These power plants are the subject of the investigations carried out in this project. This project will try to establish and standardize some of the necessary procedures for the process of data prior to the simulation of energy with these types of power plants. The final objective is to help create a regulation where all these procedures are gathered together, and one that can be used as a guide for future investigations on the viability of these power plants. To achieve this, this project is comprised of various phases where different necessary investigations will be carried out in order to define the different points of the regulation. Firstly, the different casuistries will be investigated when analyzing the behavior of the estimated input data. At this stage, the selected variable (global or direct radiation), as well as the procedure used for the generation of the Monthly Reference Value, will be taken in to account, differentiating it in to two different typologies. The best method for the adjustment of the estimated data obtained from the satellite images will also be investigated, proposing the incorporation of a new method for it, as well as trying to determine whether it is equivalent to the one already established. Lastly, a simulation will be completed with the estimated data already processed in order to evaluate the influence of different alternatives and methods set out in the results, allowing for the comparison of these results with other simulations carried out with the measured data. (Author)

  20. Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS-CPS) Data

    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — 1992-1993, 1995-1996, 1998-1999, 2001-2002, 2003, 2006-2007, 2010-2011. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). State Tobacco Activities Tracking and...

  1. CPS: a continuous-point-source computer code for plume dispersion and deposition calculations

    Peterson, K.R.; Crawford, T.V.; Lawson, L.A.

    1976-05-21

    The continuous-point-source computer code calculates concentrations and surface deposition of radioactive and chemical pollutants at distances from 0.1 to 100 km, assuming a Gaussian plume. The basic input is atmospheric stability category and wind speed, but a number of refinements are also included.

  2. Strengthening Architectures of Smart CPS by Modeling them as Runtime Product-Lines

    Bureš, Tomáš; Hnětynka, P.; Plášil, F.

    New York: ACM, 2014, s. 91-96. ISBN 978-1-4503-2577-6. [CBSE 2014. International ACM Sigsoft symposium on Component-based software engineering /17./. Lille (FR), 30.06.2014-03.07.2014] EU Projects: European Commission(XE) ASCENS 257414 Keywords : component-based development * component model * cyber-physical systems * software architecture * software components Subject RIV: JC - Computer Hardware ; Software

  3. Implementing First-Class Polymorphic Delimited Continuations by a Type-Directed Selective CPS-Transform

    Rompf, Tiark; Maier, Ingo; Odersky, Martin

    2009-01-01

    We describe the implementation of first-class polymorphic delimited continuations in the programming language Scala. We use Scala's pluggable typing architecture to implement a simple type and effect system, which discriminates expressions with control effects from those without and accurately tracks answer type modification incurred by control effects. To tackle the problem of implementing first-class continuations under the adverse conditions brought upon by the Java VM, we employ a selecti...

  4. Les modeles de DCP mis au point par la CPS: bilan et perspectives

    Desurmont, A

    2000-01-01

    Since the early 1980's, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC, formerly the South Pacific Commission) has contributed to the development of FAD programmes for the artisanal fisheries sector in the Pacific region. In particular, it has put considerable efforts into developing technology that would assure a two-year average FAD lifespan, while maintaining costs under US$ 4,000 per FAD unit. From 1996 to 1998, this work led to the publication of three volumes of the SPC FAD Manual. Volum...

  5. Do Food Prices Affect Food Security? Evidence from the CPS 2002-2006

    Gregory, Christian A.; Coleman-Jensen, Alisha

    2011-01-01

    In this paper, we estimate the effect of food prices on food insecurity for SNAP recipients using data from the Current Population Survey and the recently published Quarterly Food At Home Price Database. We form a local food price index based on amounts of food for a household of four as established by the Thrifty Food Plan. We use an econometric model that accounts for the endogeneity of SNAP receipt to food insecurity and for household-level unobservables. We find that the average effect of...

  6. Evolution of the rf system of the CPS booster since the beginning of its operation

    Since the first beams were accelerated in 1972, the rf system has performed very satisfactorily. In particular, the simple air-cooled design of the cavity and final amplifier has proved to be very trouble free in operation. As the beam intensities gradually reached and then exceeded the design value of 2.5 x 1012 protons per ring, a number of improvements were introduced to cope with the increased beam loading and to permit the special beam gymnastics that have been found useful at the highest intensities. Modifications include: (1) provision for reducing the Q of the cavity during trapping; (2) an improved system for synchronizing the four rings prior to ejection; (3) measures taken to control longitudinal instabilities; and (4) safety precautions to protect the cavity and amplifier against transients. (auth)

  7. Er-Redd Ale'l-Mantıkıyyîn Adlı Eseri Çerçevesinde İbn Teymiyye'nin Fıkhî Kıyas ile Mantıkî Kıyas Arasındaki İlişkiye Dair Görüşleri / The Thoughts Of Ibn Taymıyya About Analogical Reasıng [Qıyas] In The Fıqh And Logic In The Framework Of Hıs “Al-Rad

    DUMAN, Dr. Soner

    2010-01-01

    İbn Teymiyye, İslam dünyasında Aristo mantığına yönelik en ciddî tepkileri gösteren alimlerin başında gelmektedir. O yazdığı er-Redd ale'l-mantıkiyyîn adlı eserinde mantığı çeşitli açılardan eleştirir-ken, mantıkta yer alan kıyasın usulcüler ve fıkıhçılar tarafından kulla-nılan kıyastan daha üstün olduğu fikrini reddetmekte, bunu çeşitli örnekler üzerinde ortaya koymaya çalışmaktadır. Biz bu makalemizde bir yandan mantıkî kıyas ile fıkhî kıyas arasındaki farklılıkları incele-meye, diğer yanda...

  8. Evaluating knee replacement mechanics during ADL with PID-controlled dynamic finite element analysis.

    Fitzpatrick, Clare K; Baldwin, Mark A; Clary, Chadd W; Maletsky, Lorin P; Rullkoetter, Paul J

    2014-01-01

    Validated computational knee simulations are valuable tools for design phase development of knee replacement devices. Recently, a dynamic finite element (FE) model of the Kansas knee simulator was kinematically validated during gait and deep flexion cycles. In order to operate the computational simulator in the same manner as the experiment, a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller was interfaced with the FE model to control the quadriceps actuator excursion and produce a target flexion profile regardless of implant geometry or alignment conditions. The controller was also expanded to operate multiple actuators simultaneously in order to produce in vivo loading conditions at the joint during dynamic activities. Subsequently, the fidelity of the computational model was improved through additional muscle representation and inclusion of relative hip-ankle anterior-posterior (A-P) motion. The PID-controlled model was able to successfully recreate in vivo loading conditions (flexion angle, compressive joint load, medial-lateral load distribution or varus-valgus torque, internal-external torque, A-P force) for deep knee bend, chair rise, stance-phase gait and step-down activities. PMID:22687046

  9. The Hamlet design entry system: an overview of ADL and its environment

    M.R. van Steen; A. ten Dam; T. Vogel

    1994-01-01

    textabstractExploiting parallelism for industrial real-time applications has not received much attention compared to scientific applications. The available real-time design methods do not adequately address the issue of parallelism, resulting still in a strong need for low-level tools such as debugg

  10. Resting and ADL-induced dynamic hyperinflation explain physical inactivity in COPD better than FEV1

    Lahaije, A.J.M.C.; Helvoort, H.A.C. van; Dekhuijzen, P.N.R.; Vercoulen, J.H.M.M.; Heijdra, Y.F.

    2013-01-01

    BACKGROUND: Physical activity and health status deteriorate early in the course of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This can only partially be explained by the degree of airflow limitation. Changes in (resting and dynamic) lung volumes are known to be associated with functional impairme

  11. Sevimli Mecmua Adlı Çocuk Dergisi (Çeviriyazı, İnceleme)

    Akdağ, Erhan

    2012-01-01

    Çocuk edebiyatı alanında çocuk dergilerinin önemli bir yeri ve işlevi vardır. Çocuğun edebî ve estetik bir zevk edinmesinde, düşünce ufku ve kelime hazinesinin gelişmesinde çocuk dergilerinin geçmişten bugüne büyük katkısı olmuştur ve olmaktadır. Eski harfli çocuk dergilerimizden biri olan Sevimli Mecmua da, cumhuriyetin ilk yıllarında, 1925’te yayımlanmış ve ancak on üç sayı çıkarak aynı yıl yayın hayatına veda etmiştir. Bu tezde, aradan neredeyse doksan yıl geçmesine rağmen, bütünüyle...

  12. Intra-Generational Ethnic Flows: Ethnic Mobility in the Canadian Census: Presidential address CPS annual meeting, 2008

    Goldmann, Gustave

    2009-01-01

    AbstractThis article extends the study of ethnic mobility by examining intra-generationalflows in ethnicity in Canadian census data. It expands on previous work on thistopic that focused specifically on Aboriginal Peoples. This paper establishes,through an analysis of census data from 1991 to 2001, that population flowsexist among selected ethnic groups in Canada that can only be explained byethnic mobility (or transfer). It also raises concerns about deriving trends overtime in analysing pop...

  13. Operating experience and materials testing of CPS rods having been in service in BOR-60 reactor from 1969 till 1994

    The BOR-60 reactor control system is described. Tests were performed for scram rods, automatic regulating rods, shim rods. Boron carbide europium oxide a chromium diboride-tantalum diboride alloy were used as absorbers. Protective tubes of rods and absorbing element cans were manufactured of steels 0Kh18N10T and Kh16N15M3B respectively. Based on the study of microstructure, mechanical properties and dimensional stability of absorbing and structural materials it is concluded about operational capability of rods of various design

  14. CRN-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans FEN-1 homologue, cooperates with CPS-6/EndoG to promote apoptotic DNA degradation

    Parrish, Jay Z.; Yang, Chonglin; Shen, Binghui; Xue, Ding

    2003-01-01

    Oligonucleosomal fragmentation of chromosomes in dying cells is a hallmark of apoptosis. Little is known about how it is executed or what cellular components are involved. We show that crn-1, a Caenorhabditis elegans homologue of human flap endonuclease-1 (FEN-1) that is normally involved in DNA replication and repair, is also important for apoptosis. Reduction of crn-1 activity by RNA interference resulted in cell death phenotypes similar to those displayed by a mutant lacking the mitochondr...

  15. Intra-Generational Ethnic Flows: Ethnic Mobility in the Canadian Census: Presidential address CPS annual meeting, 2008

    Goldmann, Gustave

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available AbstractThis article extends the study of ethnic mobility by examining intra-generationalflows in ethnicity in Canadian census data. It expands on previous work on thistopic that focused specifically on Aboriginal Peoples. This paper establishes,through an analysis of census data from 1991 to 2001, that population flowsexist among selected ethnic groups in Canada that can only be explained byethnic mobility (or transfer. It also raises concerns about deriving trends overtime in analysing population groups defined by ethno-cultural characteristics.RésuméCet article approfondi l’étude de la mobilité ethnique en examinant lesmouvements intergénérationnels des groupes ethniques en s’appuyant sur lesdonnées de recensement du Canada. L’article ajoute aux recherches qui existentdéjà sur ce sujet et qui sont spécifiquement centrées sur les peuples autochtones.Cet article établit, par une analyse des données de recensement entre 1991 et2001, que les mouvements de populations existent bel et bien parmi certainsgroupes ethniques au Canada et ne peuvent être expliqués que par la mobilité(ou transfert ethnique. Il soulève aussi des préoccupations quant à la dérivationdes tendances au fil du temps pour les analyses de groupes de populations quisont définis par des caractéristiques ethnoculturelles.

  16. Hüseyin Orak Adlı Bir Müteşebbis “Türkiye Kılavuzu” Adlı Bir Eser ve 1940’lı Yılların Afyonkarahisar’ı

    AVŞAR, Zakir; YÜKSEL, Mehmet; Oktay EMİR

    2015-01-01

    Hüseyin Orak who was one of the most important businessmen of Ankara, had sent his children for a country tour in 1936. At that time, Orak couldn’t find any guide book of Turkey for his children’s journey and the idea of creating a Guide of Turkey-as an opus-occurred. The project of Guide of Turkey was put into practice after the World War II, but it cost a great fortune. The project of Orak, unfortunately, had not aroused the expected interest; despite he had sent teams all over the country ...

  17. Existence of Continuous and C\\`adl\\`ag Versions for Cylindrical Processes in the Dual of a Nuclear Space

    Fonseca-Mora, Christian

    2015-01-01

    Let $\\Phi$ be a nuclear space and let $\\Phi'_{\\beta}$ denote its strong dual. In this paper we introduce sufficient conditions for a cylindrical process in $\\Phi'$ to have a version that is a $\\Phi'_{\\beta}$-valued continuous or c\\'{a}dl\\'{a}g process. We also establish sufficient conditions for the existence of such a version taking values and having finite moments in a Hilbert space continuously embedded in $\\Phi'_{\\beta}$. Finally, we apply our results to the study of properties of cylindr...

  18. Review of Effects of Physical Activity on Strength, Balance, Mobility and ADL Performance in Elderly Subjects with Dementia

    Blankevoort, Christiaan G.; van Heuvelen, Marieke J. G.; Boersma, Froukje; Luning, Helga; de Jong, Jeltsje; Scherder, Erik J. A.

    2010-01-01

    Background/Aims: Elderly individuals with dementia are vulnerable for a decline in physical functioning and basic activities of daily living (BADL) which can lead to a decline in autonomy and participation. This study reviews the effect of physical activity on physical functioning and BADL in elderl

  19. Egocentric interaction as a tool for designing ambient ecologies – The case of the easy ADL ecology

    Surie, Dipak; Janlert, Lars-Erik; Pederson, Thomas;

    2012-01-01

    Ambient intelligence is a human-centered vision characterized by the seamless integration of information, communication, sensing and actuation, and interface technologies for supporting human agents with their everyday activities. There are many challenges to address including the need for an int...

  20. Project, fabrication, assembly and tests of different prototypes for CPS compound parabolic solar collectors; Projeto, fabricacao, montagem e testes de diferentes prototipos de coletores solares parabolicos compostos CPCs

    Neto, Jose H.M. [Centro Federal de Educacao Tecnologica de Minas Gerais (CEFET), Belo Horizonte, MG (Brazil). Dept. de Engenharia Mecanica]. E-mail: henrique@daem.des.cefemg.br

    2000-07-01

    This work presents the results of the experiment involving the design, fabrication, assembly and tests of composite parabolic solar collectors prototypes with acceptance half-angles of 3 deg C, 6.5 deg C, 11 deg C, 14 deg C and 19.5 deg C of the tube type absorber and 14 deg C rectangular absorber. Field test were performed on all the prototypes for determination of thermal efficiency, time constants and optical efficiencies represented by the modified incidence angles. Tests were performed for the determination of the heat transfer global coefficients on each prototype. (author)

  1. Data Series Generation for CPS Plants Simulation from Measurement Data; Generacion de Series de Datos para Simulacion de Centrales Termosolares Basadas en Datos Medidos

    Mora, D. E.; Valenzuela, R. X.; Ramirez, L.; Polo, J.

    2014-02-01

    This project studies the impact of new regulations for solar thermal power plants purporting to be made in the future. In this document we analyze each of the points of the standard PROCEDURE FOR GENERATING A REPRESENTATIVE SOLAR YEAR is expected to be approved in a short period of time. The main purpose of this standard is to establish a series of solar radiation data called Representative Solar Year (RSY), which are hourly data for a full year that characterize the site where the plant will be installed. For this there is the possibility of generating the RSY by two methods, the first is to use estimates of solar radiation and the second use solar radiation data measured at the site. The second case is the one that will be addressed in the following pages. According to the methodology set out in the rule for generating RSY, through measured data, develops each of the points which can obtain the final result an estimate of the energy produced by the plant. First we calculate a Monthly Reference Values (MRV) of solar radiation as a basis for generating the RSY. The following is taken measured data sets must overcome quality and validation processes. The next step is to make an accommodation between the MRV and sets measured by a change of days, following the directions of the standard. The end result of this process we obtain the respective RSY that for purposes of this study will be entered into a simulation program that calculates the energy produced by a solar thermal plant. In this way we analyze and compare the energy produced by the plant with real data and RSY data obtained. (Author)

  2. Dense ion clouds of 0.1 − 2 keV ions inside the CPS-region observed by Astrid-2

    O. Norberg

    Full Text Available Data from the Astrid-2 satellite taken between April and July 1999 show several examples of dense ion clouds in the 0.1–2 keV energy range inside the inner mag-netosphere, both in the northern and southern hemispheres. These inner magnetospheric ion clouds are found predomi-nantly in the early morning sector, suggesting that they could have originated from substorm-related ion injections on the night side. However, their location and density show no cor-relation with Kp, and their energy-latitude dispersion is not easily reproduced by a simple particle drift model. There-fore, these ion clouds are not necessarily caused by substorm-related ion injections. Alternative explanations for the ion clouds are the direct solar wind injections and up-welling ions from the other hemisphere. These explanations do not, however, account for all of the observations.Key words. Magnetospheric physics (energetic particles, trapped; magnetospheric configuration and dynamics; storm and substorms

  3. Gamma/neutron analysis for SNM signatures at high-data rates (greater than 107 cps) for single-pulse active interrogation

    We are developing a high data gamma/neutron spectrometer suitable for active interrogation of special nuclear materials (SNM) activated by a single burst from an intense source. We have tested the system at Naval Research Laboratory's (NRL) Mercury pulsed-power facility at distances approaching 10 meters from a depleted uranium (DU) target. We have found that the gamma-ray field in the target room 'disappears' 10 milliseconds after the x-ray flash, and that gamma ray spectroscopy will then be dominated by isomeric states/beta decay of fission products. When a polyethylene moderator is added to the DU target, a time-dependent signature of the DU is produced by thermalized neutrons. We observe this signature in gamma-spectra measured consecutively in the 0.1-1.0 ms time range. These spectra contain the Compton edge line (2.2 MeV) from capture in hydrogen, and a continuous high energy gamma-spectrum from capture or fission in minority constituents of the DU.

  4. The genetic organization of the capsular polysaccharide biosynthesis region of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 14

    Ito, Hiroya

    2015-01-01

    The genetic organization of the gene involved in the capsular polysaccharide (CPS) biosynthesis of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 14 has been determined. The DNA region for the CPS biosynthesis of serotype 14 (cps14) comprised 9 open reading frames, designated as cps14AB1B2B3CDEFG genes, encoding Cps14A to Cps14G protein, respectively. Cps14A was similar to CpsA of A. pleuropneumoniae serotypes 1, 4 and 12; the Cps14B1 and Cps14B2 were similar to CpsB of A. pleuropneumoniae serotype...

  5. Hüseyin Azmî Dede ve Beyânü’l-Makāsıd Adlı Risâlesi

    ARPAGUŞ, SAFİ

    2014-01-01

    Özet Bu makalede Gelibolu ve Kahire Mevlevîhâneleri şeyhi Hüseyin Azmî Dede’ye âit Beyânü’l- Makāsıd isimli yazma risâle ele alınacaktır. Müellifin hayatı ve eserleri hakkında bilgi verdikten sonra bu risâlenin günümüz diline aktarımı yapılacaktır. Beyânü’l-Makâsıd da tasavvufî anlayışta usûl ve usûl belirlemenin şartları, geçmişten günümüze âdâb ve erkâna yönelik esaslar ele alınıp tartışılmaktadır. Eser, XX. yüzyılda Mevlevîliğin tasavvufî hayat ve düşünce bakımından ne nok- tada olduğunu y...

  6. Hadislerde veba ve korunma yollari bezlü’l-mâ’ûn adlı eser çerçevesinde

    Kurt, İsmail

    2009-01-01

    Bireyleri, toplumları ve tarihi derinden etkileyen bulaşıcı hastalıklar, vahim sonuçları ile insanlığın karşı karşıya kaldığı en büyük afetlerdendir. Sosyal ve siyasal yapıların aldığı önlemler dahi bu hastalıklar karşısında bazen yeterli olmamış ve insanoğlu çaresizliğini derinden hissetmiştir. Dünya ve ahiret dengesini sağlayan İslam dini de bu konuda belirli bir kıstas getirmiş ve bu kurallara uyulması ile dünya ve ahiret hayatında maslahatların elde edileceğini bildirmiştir. Bu tezde v...

  7. Peter Handke'nin "Mein Jahr in der Niemandsbucht" adlı romanından örneklemelerle edebiyatta üstkurmaca ögesi

    Ünal, Dalım Çiğdem

    1997-01-01

      Bu tez çalışmasında, günümüz edebiyatının ana kurgu öğelerinden biri haline gelmiş olan 'üstkurmaca', kuramsal ve uygulamaya yönelik olarak incelenmiştir. Tezin birinci ana bölümünü oluşturan kuramsal incelemede üstkurmaca kavram, teori ve biçim-biçem özellikleri bakımından ele alınmıştır. En genel anlamıyla edebiyatta üstkurmaca, bir anlatı metninin 'nasıl' oluştuğu, 'nasıl' kurgulandığı gibi anlatı estetiğiyle ilgili konularda, yazarın düşünce ve görüşlerinin...

  8. Christa Wolf'un “Kesinti” Adlı Yapıtında Nükleer Tehdit Uyarısı

    Kızıler Emer, Funda

    2012-01-01

    The nuclear threat warning in the Work of Christa Wolf Abstract: This study is written after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima to shed light on the current debates about the use of nuclear energy arising all over the world based upon the novel of Christa Wolf named “Interruption”. The authoress who predicts almost today` s disaster deals in her work with the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident. The warnings to the humanity about the dangers of possible future nuclear power plant and cri...

  9. A STUDY ON DISABILITIES AMONGST THE ELDERLY IN THE URBAN AND RURAL AREAS IN THE KAMRUP DISTRICT, ASSAM BASED ON THE ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (ADL) AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS

    Jhankar; Preete

    2014-01-01

    INTRODUCTION: Health problems are a major concern for the elderly and they are prone to diseases and disabilities more than the younger age groups which can make them physically and economically dependent. The increasing number of elderly in the country means that they are going to make contributions to the economy. Elderly persons, being one of the most vulnerable groups of the society have more chances of chronic disease, infections, as well as disabilities. Disability h...

  10. 家属健康教育对脑卒中患者上肢功能及ADL的影响%Effect of Intensive Health Education to Dependents of Cerebral Accident Patients on Recovery of Upper Extremity Function and ADL

    毕研贞; 王桂芬; 郑志雄

    2012-01-01

    目的:观察住院期间进行家属健康教育对脑卒中患者上肢功能及ADL的影响.方法:选择我科住院脑卒中患者2009年1月~2009年12月间64例为对照组,2010年1月~2010年12月间70例为观察组.2组均按常规给予药物及对症支持治疗,观察组在此基础上对患者家属进行强化康复知识教育,包括康复评定并制定康复目标、并发症相关知识、康复训练及护理技能、心理治疗及出院康复指导等.结果:干预1个月后,观察组上肢并发症发生率明显低于对照组(P<0.05),FMA及BI评分均较对照组明显提高(P<0.05);随访6个月后,2组上肢各项并发症发生率均较干预1个月时提高(P<0.05),但观察组显著低于对照组(P<0.01),FMA及BI评分2组较干预1个月时明显提高,且观察组均明显高于对照组(P<0.05).结论:对患者家属进行强化康复知识教育可以明显降低偏瘫上肢并发症的发生率,提高偏瘫上肢运动功能,改善ADL能力.%Objective: To observe the effect of intensive health education to the dependents of cerebral accident patients on the recovery of upper extremity function and activities of daily living (ADI.). Methods, Sixty-four cases in control group were chosen from the cerebral accident patients hospitalized in our Department of Neurology from January to December in 2009. and 70 cases in experimental group came from the cerebral accident patients hospitalized from January to December in 2010. All cases accepted routine drugs and supportive treatment. In addition, intensive health education was applied to dependents in the experimental group, including rehabilitation assessment and formulation of rehabilitation goals, related knowledge about complications, rehabilitation training and nursing skill, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation directions after discharge. Results: One month after intervention, the incidence of the complications of upper limb in the experiment group was lower than in the control group (P<0. 05) . and the scores of FMA and BI Index in the experimental group were higher than in the control group(P<0. 05). Six months after intervention, the incidence of the complications of upper limb in the experiment group was lower than in the control group (P<0. 01) , and the scores of FMA and BI index were higher obviously in the experimental group than in control group (P<0. 05). Conclusion: Intensive health education to the dependents of cerebral accident patients can cut down the incidence of complications and elevate the motor function of affected upper limbs obviously.

  11. Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel’in Suda Halkalar Adlı Eserinde Su İmajları ve Benzetmeler
    Water Images and Metaphors in Suda Halkalar Which Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel’s Work

    Hüseyin DOĞRAMACIOĞLU

    2012-01-01

    Suda Halkalar (Circles in Water) which the poetry book of Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel, has not been translated into the Latin alphabet to the present day. The images of the water and metaphors which used in this work brought new connotations and approaches to the Turkish poetry. The images of the water in the poetry book are used instead of the poet's soul and dreams sometimes. These images are thought with poet’s darling and sometimes are used as a background. The poetformed the images of the water...

  12. Postmodern Landscape: Postmodernist Discourse in Mark Ravenhill’s Shopping and Fucking / Postmodern Manzara: Mark Ravenhill’in Shopping and Fucking Adlı Oyununda Postmodernist Söylem

    Biçer, Ahmet Gökhan

    2013-01-01

    Abstract: Among contemporary dramatists of the 1990s, Mark Ravenhill has a uniqueplace. As an enthusiastic supporter of the society and an iconoclast of modern drama heis the most original and enigmatic writer of the post-Thatcher generation. Ravenhill’sdramatic voice is indisputably the strongest of the postmodern era. He creates a postmodernlandscape where the influence of consumerism can be felt everywhere in society. In hismost masterly work Shopping and Fucking he created a dark vi...

  13. İsmail Hakkı Bursevî’ nin Şerh-i Pend-i Attâr Adlı Eseri Üzerine İnceleme

    ÇAKIROĞLU, Tuba ONAT

    2013-01-01

    İsmail Hakkı Bursevî completed his work which name is Şerh-i Pend-i Attâr in 17th Ramadan of 1136. He must have benefited from his deep knowledge and intelligence in this book that writen last years of his life. A large part of his works with Sufism. His mystical identity have been received influence of being successful in the field of commentary and wrote so many works. He was implement to poetry and lyrics for express his thoughts.Pendnâme, that written by Feridüddin Attâr, have been an eff...

  14. Hidrojen enerjisiyle çalışan , TÜBİTAK Hidromobil’10 Yarışına Uygun, Hidroket-3 Adlı Araç Projesi

    2011-01-01

    2007 yılının Temmuz - Ağustos aylarında, TÜBİTAK tarafından düzenlenen, Hidromobil 2007 Hidrojen yakıt hücreli araçlar yarışı’na katılmak üzere, üniversitemizi temsil etmek amacıyla hidrojen yakıt pili ile çalışan bir otomobil yapılmıştır. Bunun amacı, hidrojen teknolojisi ile ilgili olarak anlatılan dünyadaki gelişmelere paralel bir gelişimin ülkemizde de yakalanması için bir adım atılması ve okulumuz adına teknolojinin bu dalında bir araştırma yapılmasıdır. Bu projede hidrojen yakı...

  15. Satellite provided customer premise services: A forecast of potential domestic demand through the year 2000. Volume 3: Appendices

    Kratochvil, D.; Bowyer, J.; Bhushan, C.; Steinnagel, K.; Kaushal, D.; Al-Kinani, G.

    1983-01-01

    Voice applications, data applications, video applications, impacted baseline forecasts, market distribution, potential CPS (customers premises services) user classes, net long haul forecasts, CPS cost analysis, overall satellite forecast, CPS satellite market, Ka-band CPS satellite forecast, nationwide traffic distribution model, and intra-urban topology are discussed.

  16. The Hamlet Application Design Language: introductory definition report

    M.R. van Steen

    1993-01-01

    textabstractThis report provides an introduction to the definition of the Hamlet Application Design Language (ADL). ADL is a graphical-based language and notation supporting the design of parallel real-time applications. Designs expressed in ADL are based on a model of processes that communicate by

  17. The genetic organization of the capsular polysaccharide biosynthesis region of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 15

    Ito, Hiroya; Sueyoshi, Masuo

    2014-01-01

    Nucleotide sequence determination and analysis of the cps gene involved in the capsular polysaccharide biosynthesis of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 15 revealed the presence of three open reading frames, designated as cps15ABC genes. At the protein level, Cps15A and Cps15B showed considerably high homology to CpsA (67.0 to 68.7%) and CpsB (31.7 to 36.8%), respectively, of A. pleuropneumoniae serotypes 1, 4 and 12, revealing the common genetic organization of the cps among serotypes...

  18. Congenital prepubic sinus: A case report and review of the literature

    Tatsuma Sakaguchi

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Congenital prepubic sinus (CPS is an extremely rare anomaly, which is often associated with purulent discharge from a midline opening overlying the pubis. CPS was first described by Campbell et al. in 1987 and they suggested that it might represent a variation in normal embryological development. Several theories have been proposed regarding the pathogenesis of CPS. However, the etiology of CPS is still unclear because the anatomical and pathological features of CPS often differ from each other. We report a case of CPS and review the literature to improve the global understanding of CPS.

  19. Effect of cytostatic drugs on the sludge and on the mixed liquor characteristics of a cross-flow membrane bioreactor: Consequence on the process

    Delgado, Luis Fernando; Faucet-Marquis, Virginie; Schetrite, Sylvie; Pfohl-Leszkowicz, Annie; Paranthoen, Sylvia; Albasi, Claire

    2010-01-01

    The influence of cyclophosphamide and its principal metabolites (CPs) on the physicochemical properties of the mixed liquor of a cross-flow membrane bioreactor and the consequences for membrane fouling were investigated. The influence of CPs was determined by comparing the performance of two bioreactors running in parallel, MBR-CPs (with CPs) and MBR-control (without CPs). The physicochemical properties of the mixed liquor were characterized by soluble extracellular polymeric substances (solu...

  20. Development of computerized procedure system prototype for Korean next generation reactor

    CPS(Computerized Procedure System) for KNGR(Korean Next Generation Reactor) is as a kind of operator aid system. Presentation of KNGR CPS is similar to the format of paper procedures. But the CPS has higher level of automation than paper. It is fully integrated with control and monitoring systems. Combining statements and relevant components, which changes dynamically according to plant status enhances readability of procedure. Moreover surveillance engine of CPS is constantly monitoring plant status and operator actions. CPS informs operators of the violation if necessary. And its MMI is designed to comply with ergonomic principles. This paper shows functions and design characteristics of CPS prototype for KNGR

  1. Impact of 4 Lactobacillus plantarum capsular polysaccharide clusters on surface glycan composition and host cell signaling

    Remus Daniela M

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Bacterial cell surface-associated polysaccharides are involved in the interactions of bacteria with their environment and play an important role in the communication between pathogenic bacteria and their host organisms. Cell surface polysaccharides of probiotic species are far less well described. Therefore, improved knowledge on these molecules is potentially of great importance to understand the strain-specific and proposed beneficial modes of probiotic action. Results The Lactobacillus plantarum WCFS1 genome encodes 4 clusters of genes that are associated with surface polysaccharide production. Two of these clusters appear to encode all functions required for capsular polysaccharide formation (cps2A-J and cps4A-J, while the remaining clusters are predicted to lack genes encoding chain-length control functions and a priming glycosyl-transferase (cps1A-I and cps3A-J. We constructed L. plantarum WCFS1 gene deletion mutants that lack individual (Δcps1A-I, Δcps2A-J, Δcps3A-J and Δcps4A-J or combinations of cps clusters (Δcps1A-3J and Δcps1A-3I, Δcps4A-J and assessed the genome wide impact of these mutations by transcriptome analysis. The cps cluster deletions influenced the expression of variable gene sets in the individual cps cluster mutants, but also considerable numbers of up- and down-regulated genes were shared between mutants in cps cluster 1 and 2, as well as between mutant in cps clusters 3 and 4. Additionally, the composition of overall cell surface polysaccharide fractions was altered in each mutant strain, implying that despite the apparent incompleteness of cps1A-I and cps3A-J, all clusters are active and functional in L. plantarum. The Δcps1A-I strain produced surface polysaccharides in equal amounts as compared to the wild-type strain, while the polysaccharides were characterized by a reduced molar mass and the lack of rhamnose. The mutants that lacked functional copies of cps2A-J, cps3A-J or cps4A

  2. Tosa steel tube plant,CPS process and MINI-MPM(A1)--《One Hundred Years of Seamless Steel Tube Industry》(Note 7,continued)%Tosa钢管厂、CPS工艺和MINI-MPM(A1)--《无缝钢管百年史话》(续释7)

    金如崧

    2003-01-01

    南非Tosa钢管厂在几次技术改造中,先后建设了新的CPS机组、MINI-MPM轧机,为该厂成为南非主要无缝钢管供货商奠定了基础.介绍了CPS机组和MINI-MPM轧机的生产能力、轧管规格、产品质量、管坯来源及规格范围等.

  3. 77 FR 33004 - Exelon Generation Company, LLC; Clinton Power Station, Unit 1

    2012-06-04

    ... Company, LLC (the licensee, EGC) for operation of the Clinton Power Station, Unit 1 (CPS), located in De... EGC, from CPS to Creek Township to expand the Lisenby Cemetery. Before acceptance of the partial...

  4. DECHLORINATION ACTIVITY (CROSS-ACCLIMATION) OF FRESHWATER SEDIMENTS ADAPTED TO MONO- AND DI-CHLOROPHENOLS

    The reductive dechlorination of chlorophenols (CPs) in sediment slurries (10% solids) adapted to dechlorinate mono- and di-CPs (DCP) was investigated to define the regiospecificity of the dechlorination reaction. nadapted sediment slurries amended with various ortho-substituted C...

  5. Customer premises services market demand assessment 1980 - 2000: Volume 2

    Gamble, R. B.; Saporta, L.; Heidenrich, G. A.

    1983-01-01

    Potential customer premises service (CPS), telecommunication services, potential CPS user classes, a primary research survey, comparative economics, market demand forcasts, distance distribution of traffic, segmentation of market demand, and a nationwide traffic distribution model are discussed.

  6. INPUT/OUTPUT AUTÓMATAS COMO LENGUAJE DE DEFINICIÓN DE ARQUITECTURAS

    María Cecilia Bastarrica

    2005-04-01

    Full Text Available Un lenguaje de descripción de arquitecturas (ADL debe ser capaz de modelar componentes, conectores y configuraciones de software con una serie de características. Los Input/Output Autómatas (IOA no fueron creados como un ADL sino como un lenguaje para especificación de sistemas concurrentes asincrónicos. Este artículo muestra cómo IOA puede también ser usado como ADL con múltiples ventajas.An architectural description language (ADL must be able to model software components, connectors and configurations with a series of well defined characteristics. Input/Output Automata (IOA were not created as an ADL but as a specification language for asinchronoust concurrent systems. In this paper we show how IOA can be used as an ADL with multiple advantages.

  7. Network Neutrality, Access to Content and Online Advertising

    D'Annunzio, Anna; Russo, Antonio

    2013-01-01

    We investigate possible effects of network neutrality regulation on the distribution of content in the Internet. We model a two-sided market, where consumers and advertisers interact through Content Providers (CPs), and CPs and consumers through Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Multiple impressions of an ad on a consumer are partially wasteful. Thus, equilibrium ad rates decrease with the number of CPs consumers can browse. Under network neutrality, CPs can connect to any ISP for free, whil...

  8. Towards a Theory for Bio - Cyber Physical Systems Modelling

    Fass, Didier; Gechter, Franck

    2016-01-01

    Currently, CyberPhysical Systems (CPS) represents a great challenge for automatic control and smart systems engineering on both theoretical and practical levels. Designing CPS requires approaches involving multidisciplinary competences. However they are designed to be autonomous, the CPS present a part of uncertainty, which requires interaction with human for engineering, monitoring, controlling, performing operational maintenance, etc. This human-CPS interaction led naturally to the human in...

  9. New approaches for the mass spectrometric determination of trace concentrations and congener group patterns of chlorinated paraffins in biota

    Reth, Margot

    2006-01-01

    The determination of chlorinated paraffins (CPs) in the environment is important, since CPs are persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic. However, the analysis of these complex mixtures containing thousands of isomers is also a demanding task. CP analysis and especially the quantification of CPs are far from being well established. In this work, new methodologies were developed for the determination of CPs in biota by low-resolution mass spectrometry (LRMS). The use of expensiv...

  10. Software Architecture Simulation : Performance evaluation during the design phase

    Borowski, Jimmy

    2004-01-01

    Due to the increasing size and complexity of software systems, software architectures have become a crucial part in development projects. A lot of effort has been put into defining formal ways for describing architecture specifications using Architecture Description Languages (ADLs). Since no common ADL today offers tools for evaluating the performance, an attempt to develop such a tool based on an event-based simulation engine has been made. Common ADLs were investigated and the work was bas...

  11. FLP-4 neuropeptide and its receptor in a neuronal circuit regulate preference choice through functions of ASH-2 trithorax complex in Caenorhabditis elegans

    Yonglin Yu; Lingtong Zhi; Xiangmin Guan; Daoyong Wang; Dayong Wang

    2016-01-01

    Preference choice on food is an important response strategy for animals living in the environment. Using assay system of preference choice on bacterial foods, OP50 and PA14, we identified the involvement of ADL sensory neurons in the control of preference choice in Caenorhabditis elegans. Both genetically silencing and ChR2-mediated activation of ADL sensory neurons significantly affected preference choice. ADL regulated preference choice by inhibiting function of G protein-coupled receptor (...

  12. Functional capacity and dependency in transfer and dressing are associated with depressive symptoms in older people

    Boström, Gustaf; Conradsson, Mia; Rosendahl, Erik; Nordström, Peter; Gustafson, Yngve; Littbrand, Håkan

    2014-01-01

    Background: This study examined associations between depressive symptoms and functional capacity, overall dependency in personal activities of daily living (ADLs), and dependency in individual ADL tasks, respectively, in people with a high mean age, large range of functional capacity, and wide spectrum of dependency in ADLs. Methods: Cross-sectional data from three studies were used. A total of 392 individuals living in community and residential care facilities were included. Mean age was 86....

  13. Bacterial degradation of chlorophenols and their derivatives

    Arora, Pankaj Kumar; Bae, Hanhong

    2014-01-01

    Chlorophenols (CPs) and their derivatives are persistent environmental pollutants which are used in the manufacture of dyes, drugs, pesticides and other industrial products. CPs, which include monochlorophenols, polychlorophenols, chloronitrophenols, chloroaminophenols and chloromethylphenols, are highly toxic to living beings due to their carcinogenic, mutagenic and cytotoxic properties. Several physico-chemical and biological methods have been used for removal of CPs from the environment. B...

  14. Complex Problem Solving in Educational Contexts--Something beyond "g": Concept, Assessment, Measurement Invariance, and Construct Validity

    Greiff, Samuel; Wustenberg, Sascha; Molnar, Gyongyver; Fischer, Andreas; Funke, Joachim; Csapo, Beno

    2013-01-01

    Innovative assessments of cross-curricular competencies such as complex problem solving (CPS) have currently received considerable attention in large-scale educational studies. This study investigated the nature of CPS by applying a state-of-the-art approach to assess CPS in high school. We analyzed whether two processes derived from cognitive…

  15. Is the Diagnosis of Physical Abuse Changed when Child Protective Services Consults a Child Abuse Pediatrics Subspecialty Group as a Second Opinion?

    Anderst, James; Kellogg, Nancy; Jung, Inkyung

    2009-01-01

    Objectives: To characterize the changes regarding the diagnosis of physical abuse provided to Child Protective Services (CPS) when CPS asks a Child Abuse Pediatrics (CAP) specialty group for a second opinion and works in concert with that CAP group. Methods: Subjects were reported to CPS for suspected physical abuse and were first evaluated by a…

  16. A longitudinal study of change in asylum seekers Activities of Daily Living ability while in asylum centre

    Morville, Anne-Le; Amris, Kirstine; Eklund, Mona;

    2015-01-01

    them participated. ADL-ability was measured using Assessment of Motor and Process Skills and questionnaires about exposure to torture, self-reported mental health and pain. ADL motor and process measures, well-being and self-rated health declined from baseline to follow-up. Measures of pain and...... depression increased. Exposure to physical torture and change in ADL motor (r=0.525) measures were associated, as well as change in current pain and change in ADL process (r=0.525) measures. Due to preponderance of torture survivors analysis of group difference was not applicable. Health care workers should...

  17. A posteriori analysis of low-pass spatial filters for approximate deconvolution large eddy simulations of homogeneous incompressible flows

    San, Omer; Staples, Anne E.; Iliescu, Traian

    2014-01-01

    The goal of this paper is twofold: first, it investigates the effect of low-pass spatial filters for approximate deconvolution large eddy simulation (AD-LES) of turbulent incompressible flows. Second, it proposes the hyper-differential filter as a means of increasing the accuracy of the AD-LES model without increasing the computational cost. Box filters, Pad\\'{e} filters, and differential filters with a wide range of parameters are studied in the AD-LES framework. The AD-LES model, in conjunc...

  18. George Orwell’in ‘Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört’ Adlı Romanı İle Cengiz Aytmatov’un ‘Gün Olur Asra Bedel’ Adlı Romanının ‘Düşüncesuçu’ Bağlamında Karşılaştırılması Comparison Of The Novel Of George Orwell Called ‘Bın Dokuz Yuz Seksen Dort’ And Novel Of Cengiz Aytmatov Called ‘Gun Olur Asra Bedel’ Within The Context Of ‘Thoughtcrime’

    Feyza İSLAMOĞLU

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Gün Olur Asra Bedel, in which Cengiz Aytmatov told about past,present and future of life that are three separated period of timenarrated ironically vision of world in which unrighteously and monotonylife have been imposed on, dealing with mind evanescence that iscommon result for all mentioned period, different time and conditions.And Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört, novel of George Orwell who is one ofthe important writers of English literature, mentioned about struggle ofdemanding justice and rustiness of consciousness that is the result ofbeing subjected to sovereign and criticised that the pressure of themanagement on people and its regime tried to carry out. Oppressiveregime and injustice that are the common subject in both of the novels,impossed physical or mental rustiness of people as solution. In thenovels, the system defending that the people must struggle just to keepthe state alive and banning any autonomous thought and behaviourhas been criticized. Mentioned system abolished free thought andprivacy completely, put machine system that has been directed bysovereign to the centre of life and imposed standart mentality. BinDokuz Yüz Seksen Dört that is a dystopia stray from Gün Olur AsraBedel by virtue of its this structure.Both of the novels that attract attention in parallelism of historicalprocess, dealed with thoughtcrime and presented similar results indifferent conditions. In this study it has been tried to researchsimilarities and differentnesses in Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört that is adystopia and Gün Olur Asra Bedel that includes utopia in it within theframe of causation. Cengiz Aytmatov’un, hayatın dünü, bugünü ve yarını şeklindeki üç ayrı zaman dilimini kaleme aldığı eseri Gün Olur Asra Bedel, söz konusu her dönem için, değişik zaman ve şartlarda tezahür eden zihin buharlaşmasını ele alarak, adaletsizce ve tekdüze yaşam sürdürmenin empoze edildiği dünya görüşünü ironik bir dille anlatmıştır. İngiliz edebiyatının önemli isimlerinden George Orwell’in Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört‘ü ise iktidar gücün altında kalmışlığın sebep olduğu bilinç körelmesini, hak arama çabasını konu edinmiş ve yönetimin insanlar üzerindeki baskısını, yürütmeye çalıştığı rejimi eleştirmiştir. Her iki eserde de ortak tema olan baskıcı rejim ve adaletsizlik, bireylerin zihinsel ya da fiziksel olarak köreltilmesini çözüm yolu olarak dayatmıştır. Eserlerde, insanların yalnızca devleti var etmek için çabalamaları gerektiğini savunan ve özerk hiçbir tavır ve düşünceye yer vermeyen sistem eleştirilmiştir. Söz konusu sistem, mahremiyeti, özgür düşünceyi tamamen ortadan kaldırmış, üst kuvvetlerce yönetilen makine sistemini hayat standartlarının merkezine oturtmuş ve standart düşünce yapısını dayatmıştır. Distopya oluşuyla farklı bir yapı taşıyan Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört, bu yönüyle Gün Olur Asra Bedel’den ayrılmıştır.Tarihsel süreç paralelliğinde dikkatleri çeken bu iki eser, düşüncesuçunu ele almış, farklı şartlarda benzer sonuçların yaşandığını göstermiştir. Bu çalışmada bir distopya olan Bin Dokuz Yüz Seksen Dört ve içinde ütopyayı barındıran Gün Olur Asra Bedel’de öne çıkan benzerlikler ve farklılıklar nedensellik çerçevesinde incelenmeye çalışılmıştır.

  19. A Method for Cyber-Physical System Behavior Modeling and Safety Verification Based on Extended Hybrid System Description Language

    Tuo Ming Fu; Zhou Xing She; Guo Zheng Xin; Shan Li Jun

    2016-01-01

    The safety of Cyber-physical system(CPS) is up to its behavior, and it is a key property for CPS to be applied in critical application fields. A method for CPS behavior modeling and safety verification is put forward in this paper. The behavior model of CPS is described by extended hybrid system description language(EHYSDEL). The formal definition of hybrid program(HP) is given, and the behavior model is transformed to HP based on the definition. The safety of CPS is verified by inputting the...

  20. Measurement of ultrashort-pulse cross-polarization scattering in a tandem mirror

    Kogi, Yuichiro; Mase, Atsushi [Advanced Science and Technology Center for Cooperative Research, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka (Japan); Hojo, Hitoshi; Itakura, Akiyoshi; Ichimura, Makoto; Yatsu, Kiyoshi [Plasma Research Center, Tsukuba Univ., Tsukuba, Ibaraki (Japan)

    2001-08-01

    Cross-polarization scattering (CPS) diagnostics using ultrashort pulse microwaves is applied to the GAMMA 10 tandem mirror for the measurement of internal magnetic fluctuations. The CPS process uses the mode conversion effect of electromagnetic waves by means of magnetic fluctuations in a plasma. The mode contamination of antennas and multiple reflections from the vacuum vessel make the CPS measurement difficult since they easily mask the CPS signal. By using polarizers and performing time-of-flight measurement on the ultrashort pulse, the spurious electromagnetic waves are eliminated and the identification of the CPS process is successful. (author)

  1. Review of Cyber-Physical System in Healthcare

    Shah Ahsanul Haque; Syed Mahfuzul Aziz; Mustafizur Rahman

    2014-01-01

    Cyber-physical system (CPS) is an integration of physical processes with computation and communication. It has the ability to add more intelligence to social life. Wireless sensor networks (WSN) can be a vital part of CPS as strong sensing capability is one of the major driving factors for CPS applications. CPS is still considered to be a nascent technology, and there are many challenges yet to be addressed. A few CPS applications in healthcare have been proposed to date, and they lack the fl...

  2. Creative Problem Solving A Guide for Trainers and Management

    Van Gundy, Arthur B

    1987-01-01

    Creative problem solving (CPS) is a six-step process designed to help people systematically resolve nonroutine, ambiguous types of problems. Because most organizational problems tend to be nonroutine, skill in using CPS process can confer a significant competitive advantage. Creative Problem Solving gives training managers the information they need to develop and teach a course on CPS. VanGundy provides an overview of the process, elements of the creative climate needed to foster CPS and innovative thinking, creative thinking exercises designed to illustrate specific CPS principles, and easy-t

  3. EFFECT OF SUBSTITUTION POSITION OF HYDROXY GROUP AT BENZOIC ACID ON THE LUMINESCENT AND DEGRADATION PROPERTIES OF POLY[DI(CARBOXYPHENYL) SUCCINATE-co-SEBACIC ANHYDRIDE]S

    Jun Fan; Hong-liang Jiang; Kang-jie Zhu

    2007-01-01

    In this work, two new diacids, di(m-carboxyphenyl) succinate (m-dCPS) and di(o-carboxyphenyl) succinate (o-dCPS), were synthesized by reaction of m-, o-hydroxy benzoic acid with succinic chloride, respectively. Their corresponding copolymers with sebacic acid (SA), P(m-dCPS:SA) and P(o-dCPS:SA), were prepared by melt copolycondensation and characterized by NMR, UV and DSC methods. Compared with inherently fluorescent poly[di(p-carboxyphenyl) succinateco-sebacic anhydride] (P(p-dCPS:SA)), P(m-dCPS:SA) and P(o-dCPS:SA) displayed different luminescent properties. P(m-dCPS:SA) could emit fluorescence under the excitation of both visible and UV light, while P(o-dCPS:SA) could only emit fluorescence when excited with UV light. Degradation rate of the two new copolyanhydrides increased with the increase of SA fraction in the copolymers. In addition, P(o-dCPS:SA) degraded more rapidly than P(m-dCPS:SA) with the same composition. Typical surface-degradation characteristics of these copolyanhydrides were observed.

  4. Neurophysiological Correlates of Musical and Prosodic Phrasing: Shared Processing Mechanisms and Effects of Musical Expertise.

    Glushko, Anastasia; Steinhauer, Karsten; DePriest, John; Koelsch, Stefan

    2016-01-01

    The processing of prosodic phrase boundaries in language is immediately reflected by a specific event-related potential component called the Closure Positive Shift (CPS). A component somewhat reminiscent of the CPS in language has also been reported for musical phrases (i.e., the so-called 'music CPS'). However, in previous studies the quantification of the music-CPS as well as its morphology and timing differed substantially from the characteristics of the language-CPS. Therefore, the degree of correspondence between cognitive mechanisms of phrasing in music and in language has remained questionable. Here, we probed the shared nature of mechanisms underlying musical and prosodic phrasing by (1) investigating whether the music-CPS is present at phrase boundary positions where the language-CPS has been originally reported (i.e., at the onset of the pause between phrases), and (2) comparing the CPS in music and in language in non-musicians and professional musicians. For the first time, we report a positive shift at the onset of musical phrase boundaries that strongly resembles the language-CPS and argue that the post-boundary 'music-CPS' of previous studies may be an entirely distinct ERP component. Moreover, the language-CPS in musicians was found to be less prominent than in non-musicians, suggesting more efficient processing of prosodic phrases in language as a result of higher musical expertise. PMID:27192560

  5. Mobile Computerized Procedure System for the Improved Situation Awareness among Field Workers and Main Control Room Operators

    This paper explains the technical issues of the mobile CPS (m-CPS) in the conceptual development stage. The proposed m-CPS can be developed with many recent technologies in the various industry fields based on CRI CPS. Performance and stability of CRI CPS have been tested several times until now. It is expected that more human errors can be reduced by the m-CPS through improved situation awareness and human performance tools for local workers and MCR operators. Some considerations as well as mentioned ones will be reflected in the m-CPS development. Human errors can occur during the test and maintenance of the generator, safety injection system and reactor coolant inventory in nuclear power plants (NPPs). Most of human errors have been occurred by the omission of the prevention techniques such as the self-check, the peer-check, the concurrent verification and etc. Another important reason is the insufficient information sharing among main control room (MCR) operators and field workers. Various field service automation tools have been developed with recent information technology in many countries. APR1400 computerized procedure system (CPS) has been developed for the MCR operators of Shin-Kori 3 and 4 units. Especially, the concurrent verification support design is applied in the construction project of Shin-Hanul 1 and 2 CPS. KHNP central research institute (CRI) expects that the extended application of CPS including the field activity, that is a kind of mobile CPS, can enhance the reduction of human errors

  6. Activities of daily living, depression, and quality of life in Parkinson's disease.

    Blake J Lawrence

    Full Text Available This study examined whether activities of daily living (ADL mediate the relationship between depression and health-related quality of life (HR-QOL in people with Parkinson's disease (PD. A cross-sectional, correlational research design examined data from 174 participants who completed the Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS-15, Parkinson's Disease Questionnaire-39 (PDQ-39, and Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale-section 2 (UPDRS-section 2 [ADL]. Multiple Regression Analysis (MRA was used to examine the mediator model. Depression and ADL significantly (p<.001 predicted HR-QOL, and depression significantly (p<.001 predicted ADL. Whilst ADL did not impact on the relationship between depression and HR-QOL, there was a significant (p<.001 indirect effect of depression on HR-QOL via ADL, suggesting both direct and indirect (via ADL effects of depression on HR-QOL. The magnitude of this effect was moderate (R2 = .13. People with PD who report depression also experience greater difficulty completing ADL, which impacts upon their HR-QOL. It is recommended that clinicians adopt a multidisciplinary approach to care by combining pharmacological treatments with psycho/occupational therapy, thereby alleviating the heterogeneous impact of motor and non-motor symptoms on HR-QOL in people with PD.

  7. The Hamlet design entry system: on the implementation of synchronous channels

    M.R. van Steen

    1994-01-01

    textabstractThe graphical Hamlet Application Design Language (ADL) has been developed to support the construction of parallel applications. The language is based on a notion of processes communicating by means of message-passing. One of the goals of ADL is that its implementation should allow fo

  8. Comparison of Effect of Two Exercise Programs on Activities of Daily Living in Individuals with Dementia : A 9-Week Randomized, Controlled Trial

    Bossers, Willem J R; van der Woude, Lucas H V; Boersma, Froukje; Hortobágyi, Tibor; Scherder, Erik J A; van Heuvelen, Marieke J G

    2016-01-01

    OBJECTIVES: To compare the effects of two exercise programs on proxy- and performance-based measures of activities of daily living (ADLs) and to explore potential motor and cognitive mediators underlying ADL improvements in individuals with dementia. DESIGN: A parallel, three-group, single-blind, ra

  9. Reablement in a community setting

    Winkel, Annette; Langberg, Henning; Wæhrens, Eva Elisabet Ejlersen

    2015-01-01

    Abstract Purpose: When older adults experience a decrease in functional independence including decreased ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL) tasks, rehabilitation services are required. The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate if a home-based reablement program influenced the ADL...... receiving home care services should not be considered a barrier to participation in a reablement program. [Box: see text]....

  10. Early Prediction of Outcome of Activities of Daily Living After Stroke A Systematic Review

    Veerbeek, Janne M.; Kwakkel, Gert; van Wegen, Erwin E. H.; Ket, Johannes C. F.; Heymans, Martijn W.

    2011-01-01

    Background and Purpose-Knowledge about robust and unbiased factors that predict outcome of activities of daily living (ADL) is paramount in stroke management. This review investigates the methodological quality of prognostic studies in the early poststroke phase for final ADL to identify variables t

  11. Activities of Daily Living in patients with Hunter syndrome: Impact of enzyme replacement therapy and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

    Tanjuakio, Julian; Suzuki, Yasuyuki; Patel, Pravin; Yasuda, Eriko; Kubaski, Francyne; Tanaka, Akemi; Yabe, Hiromasa; Mason, Robert W.; Montaño, Adriana M.; Orii, Kenji E.; Orii, Koji O.; FUKAO, TOSHIYUKI; Orii, Tadao; Tomatsu, Shunji

    2014-01-01

    The aim of this study was to assess the Activities of Daily Living (ADL) in patients with Hunter syndrome (mucopolysaccharidosis II; MPS II) using a newly designed ADL questionnaire. We applied the questionnaire to evaluate clinical phenotypes and therapeutic efficacies of enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT). We also explored early signs and symptoms to make early diagnosis feasible.

  12. Subjective experiences of occupational performance of activities of daily living in patients with mild stroke

    Kristensen, Hanne Kaae; Post, A; Poulsen, T.E.;

    2014-01-01

    Aim: To investigate the subjective experiences of occupational performance of activities of daily living (ADL) in patients with mild stroke. Methodology: Data was generated from January – December 2011 and consisted of 41 individual ADL-I interviews with patients in hospital and another 41...

  13. Greater Independence in Activities of Daily Living is Associated with Higher Health-Related Quality of Life Scores in Nursing Home Residents with Dementia

    Charice S. Chan

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Health-related quality of life (HRQL for nursing home residents is important, however, the concept of quality of life is broad, encompasses many domains and is difficult to assess in people with dementia. Basic activities of daily living (ADL are measured routinely in nursing homes using the Resident Assessment Instrument-Minimum Data Set Version 2.0 (RAI-MDS and Functional Independence Measure (FIM instrument. We examined the relationship between HRQL and ADL to assess the future possibility of ADL dependency level serving as a surrogate measure of HRQL in residents with dementia. To assess ADL, measures derived from the RAI-MDS and FIM data were gathered for 111 residents at the beginning of our study and at 6-month follow-up. Higher scores for independence in ADL were correlated with higher scores for a disease-specific HRQL measure, the Quality of Life—Alzheimer’s Disease Scale. Preliminary evidence suggests that FIM-assessed ADL is associated with HRQL for these residents. The associations of the dressing and toileting items with HRQL were particularly strong. This finding suggests the importance of ADL function in HRQL. The RAI-MDS ADL scales should be used with caution to evaluate HRQL.

  14. 19. Yüzyıl Klasik Şairlerimizden Muhammed Şerîfî’nin Dürr-i Manzûm Adlı Menakıpnamesi
    The Menaqibname Named Dürr-i Manzûm Of Muhammed Şerîfî Who Is One Of Our 19th Century Classic Poets

    KİREMİTÇİ, Ferdi

    2013-01-01

    This study aims to introduce the work named Dürr-i Manzûm which is a example of menaqıpname.Menaqıpname is the common name of the religious-mystical works about the legends and miracles formed around the life of a saint. Turkish literature makes acquainted with menaqıpnames through mysticism consisting of Islam. The first menaqıpname of Turkish literature is the work named Tezkire-i Satuk Buğra Han which is written at the end of the 11th century. From this century, more than 100 menakıpnames ...

  15. The Bayer: Activities of Daily Living Scale (B-ADL in the differentiation between mild to moderate dementia and normal aging A escala da Bayer: Atividades da Vida Diária (B-AVD na diferenciação entre demência leve e moderada e o envelhecimento normal

    Jefferson C Folquitto

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVES: To investigate the applicability of the Bayer - Activities of Daily Living scale and its efficiency in differentiating individuals with mild to moderate dementia from normal elderly controls. METHOD: We selected 33 patients with diagnosis of mild to severe dementia, according to ICD-10 criteria, and 59 controls. All the subjects were evaluated with the Mini-Mental State Examination and the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale and the Bayer - Activities of Daily Living scale was applied to informants. RESULTS: The internal consistency of the Bayer - Activities of Daily Living was high (Cronbach's alpha = 0.981. Mean Mini-Mental State Examination and Bayer - Activities of Daily Living scores of demented patients and controls were significantly different (p OBJETIVOS: Investigar a aplicabilidade da escala Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária e sua eficiência em diferenciar indivíduos com demência leve a moderada de indivíduos normais. MÉTODO: Foram selecionados 33 pacientes com diagnóstico de demência leve a grave, de acordo com os critérios da CID-10, e 59 controles. Todos os indivíduos foram avaliados pelo Mini-Exame do Estado Mental e pela Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência e os informantes responderam à Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária. RESULTADOS: A consistência interna da Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária foi alta (Cronbach Alpha = 0,981. A pontuação média do Mini-Exame do Estado Mental e da Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária foi significativamente diferente entre os pacientes com demência e o grupo controle (p < 0,001. Os valores do Mini-Exame do Estado Mental e da Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária foram significativamente diferentes entre a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 0 (controles; n = 59 e a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 1 (demência leve; n = 15, a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 0 e a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 2 (demência moderada; n = 13 e entre a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 1 e a Escala de Avaliação Clínica de Demência 2 (p < 0,003. DISCUSSÃO: A Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária e o Mini-Exame do Estado Mental diferenciaram controles idosos de pacientes com demência leve ou moderada, e pacientes com demência leve daqueles com demência moderada. CONCLUSÕES: Os resultados sugerem que a Bayer - Atividades de Vida Diária, aplicada aos cuidadores, é um instrumento que pode ajudar no diagnóstico e seguimento de pacientes brasileiros com demência leve a moderada.

  16. Necip Fazıl Kısakürek’in Yunus Emre Adlı Tiyatro Eseri Üzerine Bir İnceleme
    A Study About Yunus Emre, A Theatre Work Written By Necip Fazıl Kısakürek

    Turan GÜLER

    2012-01-01

    Yunus Emre who lived between the XII- XIV centuries is one of the prominent figures of Islamic thought history. The effect of him has endured in different fields until today, and now he is handled in a play (theatre work ya da presentation). Necip Fazıl Kısakürek who attaches great importance to theatre in all literary genre in his play, Yunus Emre, appointed Yunus Emre as the protagonist of the play. In this work, Necip Fazıl Kısakürek's play “Yunus Emre” is going to be analyzed in respect t...

  17. Ömer Nasuhî Bilmen’in Hikmet Gonceleri Adlı Eserinde Fars Edebiyatından Yapılan Alıntılar ve Kaynakları / Quotations From Persian Literature in The Work of “Hikmet Gonceleri” (Buds of Wisdom) of Umar Nasuhi Bilmen and their Sources

    Başaran, Orhan

    2016-01-01

    ÖZÖmer Nasuhî Bilmen, daha çok dinî ilimler alanındaki eserleriyle temayüz etmis bir dinâlimi olmakla birlikte, edebiyat alanında da çesitli eserler telif etmis bir ediptir. Arap, Fars veTürk edebiyatları alanlarında derin bir birikime sahip olan Bilmen, dinî ilimler ile ilgilieserlerinde de bu birikimini degerlendirmis ve dinî konuları açıklarken zaman zaman Arap,Fars ve Türk edebiyatlarından bazı alıntılara yer vermistir. Dinî ilimlere dair olan eserleriarasında edebî birikimini en çok yans...

  18. Mansûr et-Tabelavî, Hayatı, Eserleri ve “Nazmü'l-İstiare” Adlı Manzûmesi / Mansûr Al-Tabalavî, His Life, Works and His Poetry “Nazm al-Istiara”

    Bulut, Ali

    2013-01-01

    The muslim scholars, beginning from early ages, used many methods to facilitate teaching students sciences. One of these methods was to turn the basic rules of a branche of the sciences into poetry. In this way, it is aimed that students learn the main arguments by memorising the verses. One of these verses is the work of Egyptian scholar al-Tabalâvî named “Nazm al-istiâra”. The article consists of four sections, after an introduction that deals with the poetric works. The first section deals...

  19. Yaşar Kemal’in “Yılanı Öldürseler” Adlı Romanının Fransızcaya Çevirisindeki Kültürel Aktarımın Yorumlayıcı Anlam Kuramına Göre İncelenmesi

    TEKİN, Nesrin

    2015-01-01

    The phenomenon of translation, whose history we can attribute to the times before the discovery of writing and which has developed in line with travelling, international commerce, and thus increase in intercultural communication, is a creative action that serves for such aims as gathering two societies, two people, two languages, two cultures, two eras and helps them unite. The translator has got the features of being a bridge and a vehicle while engaged in translation. Translation studies is...

  20. Katilini Yaratan Annelik: Elif Şafak'ın "İskender" Adlı Romanından Yola Çıkarak Türkiye'de Kadınlık Ve Erkeklik Rollerine Dair Bir Sorgulama
    Motherhood Creating Its Killer: Based On Elif Shafak's Novel "Alexander" Questioning The Femininity And Masculinity In Turkey

    İlknur MEŞE

    2013-01-01

    Elif Shafak‟s novel “Alexander” holds many references tofemininity and masculinity in the context of the „purity‟ of woman and„honor‟ of man, which still exist in Turkey. On the cover of the book, thewriter poses in man‟s suit which tells us that it is woman –especiallymothers- who prepares man to the appropriate masculinity. Theinequality between man and woman has been built culturally ratherthan a natural result created by biological differences. The concept ofmasculinity has been shaped by...

  1. 14. Yüzyılda Musiki Tasavvuru: Hasan Kâşânî’nin “Kenzü’t-Tuhaf” Adlı Eseri (expresPerception of Music in the Fourteenth Century: Hasan Kâşânî’s “Kenzu’t-Tuhaf”

    Zeynep Yıldız

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Our knowledge of the musical vision of the fourteenth century in the Islamic world is very insufficient because of the lack of sources and relevant research. However, this century is a very important period in which the musical system of Safiyyüddîn was discussed and annotated, and so it prepared the ground for the coming of an important scholar such as Meragî. In addition, the names of the tones (desâtîn appear for the first time in a source. In this article, I have analyzed the understanding of music, music theory, and musical instruments of the fourteenth century, deriving information from a Persian treatise named Kenzü’t-Tuhaf written by Hasan Kâşânî in the fourteenth century.

  2. Çevre-insan-doğa ilişkisinin Stefano Benni'nin Margherita Dolcevita ve Buket Uzuner'in Uyumsuz Defne Kaman'ın Maceraları Su adlı yapıtlarında ekoeleştirel bağlamda karşılaştırmalı olarak incelenmesi

    CENGİZ, Çiğdem

    2013-01-01

    Doğa hem bütün canlıların evi hem de bütün canlı varlıkların yaşamsal ihtiyaçlarını karşıladığı kaynaktır. Doğa döngüsünün sürekliliği açısından, kaynakların kullanım şekli ve insanoğlunun faaliyetleri bugünü ve geleceği
    şekillendiren en önemli etmenlerdir. Canlı olan ve olmayan varlıkların arasındaki ilişkiler ağını inceleyen ekoloji, öznesi itibarıyla mimariden, mühendisliğe, politikadan edebiyata bütün bilim ...

  3. Relação entre a limitação nas atividades de vida diária (AVD) e o índice BODE em pacientes com doença pulmonar obstrutiva crônica Relationship between daily living activities (ADL) limitation and the BODE index in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Karen M. Simon; Marta F. Carpes; Krislainy S. Corrêa; Karoliny dos Santos; Manuela Karloh; Anamaria F. Mayer

    2011-01-01

    CONTEXTUALIZAÇÃO: A Doença Pulmonar Obstrutiva Crônica (DPOC) é uma doença progressiva que reduz a capacidade funcional, comprometendo as atividades de vida diária (AVD). A morbidade e a mortalidade na DPOC apresentam uma estreita relação com a limitação funcional nesses pacientes. OBJETIVOS: Verificar se há associação entre a limitação nas AVD e o índice preditor de mortalidade BODE em pacientes com DPOC moderada a muito grave e não moderada e grave. MÉTODOS: Trinta e nove pacientes com DPOC...

  4. William Wordsworth's 'Double Awareness' of Memory in Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway = William Wordsworth'un 'Hatıranın Çift Yönlü Algılaması' Kavramının Virgina Woolf'un Mrs Dalloway Adlı Romanındaki Kullanımı

    Ali GÜNEŞ

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available This article deals with Romanticism in modernist British writer Virginia Woolf's novel, Mrs Dalloway. Although her works are experimental and new, they are part of a wider and developing perspective in the historical process of literary tradition, so that they cannot be viewed as completely breaking away from literary tradition, but rather as a reworking and redevelopment in its evolution. In her reworking of the traditional novel, this paper may suggest that Woolf made it "new" by returning to the Romantics, particularly to Wordsworth. By this claim, this paper does not mean that Woolf copied Wordsworth exactly, but was profoundly and pervasively influenced by his aesthetic views, especially in relation to her understanding of life as "consciousness". By returning to the Romantics, Woolf develops her sense of "reality" as both fragmented and whole, and of the "self" as fragmented but desiring and imagining unity. Hence she not only strove to construct a poetical or lyrical novel to express that contradictory view but also used her fiction to explore the mystery of the subjective consciousness as the dominant modernist view. In order to express her perception of modernist identity, Woolf used memory as a device in Mrs Dalloway and thus developed a new way of narration as well as a new view of human identity. By means of this new method, she left the objective narration of the traditional novel, and thus meaning or the view of identity in Woolf's late fiction is not static but undecided, unfinished and mysterious.

  5. A Method for Cyber-Physical System Behavior Modeling and Safety Verification Based on Extended Hybrid System Description Language

    Tuo Ming Fu

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The safety of Cyber-physical system(CPS is up to its behavior, and it is a key property for CPS to be applied in critical application fields. A method for CPS behavior modeling and safety verification is put forward in this paper. The behavior model of CPS is described by extended hybrid system description language(EHYSDEL. The formal definition of hybrid program(HP is given, and the behavior model is transformed to HP based on the definition. The safety of CPS is verified by inputting the HP to KeYmarea. The advantage of the approach is that it models CPS intuitively and verify it’s safety strictly avoiding the state space explosion

  6. Degradation of chlorophenols in aqueous solution by {gamma}-radiation

    Hu Jun [INET, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084 (China)]. E-mail: hujun@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn; Wang Jianlong [INET, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084 (China)

    2007-08-15

    Degradation of chlorophenols (CPs) in aqueous solutions by {gamma}-radiation was studied. The effect of absorbed dose on degradation, dechlorination and mineralization of CPs were investigated. The results indicated that the degradation of CPs, Cl{sup -} release and mineralization increased with increase in absorbed dose. When the initial concentration was 100 mg L{sup -1} and the dosage was 6 kGy, the removal efficiencies of CPs were 44.54% for 2-CP, 91.46% for 3-CP, 82.72% for 4-CP and 93.25% for 2,4-DCP, respectively. The combination of irradiation and H{sub 2}O{sub 2} leads to a synergistic effect, which remarkably increased the degradation efficiency of CPs and TOC removal. The kinetics of CPs during irradiation are also mentioned.

  7. Degradation of chlorophenols in aqueous solution by γ-radiation

    Hu, Jun; Wang, Jianlong

    2007-08-01

    Degradation of chlorophenols (CPs) in aqueous solutions by γ-radiation was studied. The effect of absorbed dose on degradation, dechlorination and mineralization of CPs were investigated. The results indicated that the degradation of CPs, Cl - release and mineralization increased with increase in absorbed dose. When the initial concentration was 100 mg L -1 and the dosage was 6 kGy, the removal efficiencies of CPs were 44.54% for 2-CP, 91.46% for 3-CP, 82.72% for 4-CP and 93.25% for 2,4-DCP, respectively. The combination of irradiation and H 2O 2 leads to a synergistic effect, which remarkably increased the degradation efficiency of CPs and TOC removal. The kinetics of CPs during irradiation are also mentioned.

  8. Towards Prescriptive Analytics in Cyber-Physical Systems

    Siksnys, Laurynas

    every action in a future CPS due to the complexity, scale, and volatility of a physical process. Due to these properties, the control and planning has to be continuous and automated in future CPSs. Humans may only analyse and tweak the system’s operation using the set of tools supporting prescriptive...... analyse and manage the performance of the underlying physical system (or process). Acknowledging the complexity of CPSs, this thesis provides contributions at the following three levels of scale: (1) the level of a (full) PrescriptiveCPS, (2) the level of a single PrescriptiveCPS agent, and (3) the level...... of a component of a CPS agent software system. At the CPS level, the contributions include the definition of PrescriptiveCPS, according to which it is the system of interacting physical and cyber (sub-)systems. Here, the cyber system consists of hierarchically organized inter-connected agents...

  9. Endoscopic stapled marsupialisation of chronic presacral sinus following low anterior resection

    Abild, Nina; Bulut, O; Nielsen, C B

    2012-01-01

    Background and Aims: Chronic presacral sinus (CPS) following anastomose leakage is one of the most serious complications after restorative colorectal surgery. CPS is associated with long course of treatments and can prevent stoma closure. We present our experience with endoscopic stapled marsupia......Background and Aims: Chronic presacral sinus (CPS) following anastomose leakage is one of the most serious complications after restorative colorectal surgery. CPS is associated with long course of treatments and can prevent stoma closure. We present our experience with endoscopic stapled......-VAC). Results and Conclusion: ESM procedure was successful for six patients, resulted in good healing in four patients and no sinus recurrence of the CPS. In two patients the stoma was re-versed. Two patients were treated with neo-adjuvant chemoradiotherapy, who also developed small bowel fistulae. ESM is a...... simple treatment for CPS and can accelerate healing of chronic presacral cavity, reduce complications and enable to reverse the stoma in selected cases....

  10. Reliability-centered maintenance program at Clinton Power Station

    Illinois Power Company is implementing a reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) program at its 984-MW(electric) Clinton Power Station (CPS). The RCM program as defined at CPS is broader and more encompassing than the classical RCM program that is now being introduced to the nuclear industry from the commercial airline industry. At CPS, all of the major elements of the classical RCM approach are being used, but in conjunction with other reliability engineering techniques (e.g., traditional system analysis, review of CPS-specific and industry operating experience). The following are the fundamental objectives of the CPS RCM program: (1) ensure safe and reliable operation of CPS; (2) maintain equipment at inherent levels of safety and reliability and restore these whenever they become degraded; (3) develop design improvements when inherent equipment reliability is inadequate; and (4) accomplish the above objectives at a minimum of total cost, including maintenance costs and the costs of residual failures

  11. Responsiveness of impairments and disabilities in Parkinson's disease.

    Visser, M; Marinus, J; Stiggelbout, A M; van Hilten, J J

    2006-06-01

    The objective of this study is to evaluate the responsiveness of items of the Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Motor section of the Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD). A standardized Response Mean (SRM) per item was calculated using data of four trials (n=376) that randomised patients with early PD to dopamine agonist (DA) monotherapy or placebo. In the ADL section, the SRMs ranged from -0.04 (no effect) to -0.50 (moderate effect). Hand functions were the most responsive ADL items with 'handwriting' showing the largest response. Self-assessed symptoms were the least responsive. In the Motor section, SRMs ranged from -0.09 to -0.60 with bradykinesia items showing the largest response, especially the item 'finger taps'. The tremor items showed the smallest response, however, rest tremor arms was much more responsive than rest tremor of the head and legs or postural tremor. SRMs in the placebo group ranged from 0.08 to -0.21 in the ADL section and from 0.03 to -0.35 in the Motor section. ADL and motor items have comparable and mostly small effect sizes. The most responsive items are in the ADL section hand functions and in the Motor section bradykinesia items. A more responsive ADL section would omit the self-assessed symptoms and the Motor section would retain only rest tremor arms of the tremor items. PMID:16621658

  12. Perbandingan Akurasi Diagnostik Antara Cognitive Performance Scale Dan Mini Mental State Examination Terhadap General Practioner Assessment Of Cognition Untuk Menilai Fungsi Kognitif Pada Usia Lanjut

    Sibarani, Rita Magda Helena

    2014-01-01

    Background : The Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) (Folstein et al., 1975) is probably the most widely used screening measure of cognitive functioning. In the past, the Cognitive Performance Scale (CPS) corresponded closely with scores generated by the MMSE. However, no standard diagnostic accuracy study, comparing both CPS and MMSE with a gold standard, is yet available. Objective : The objective of this study was to compare the diagnostic accuracy of the CPS and the MMSE for the detection of...

  13. The Economics of Quality Sponsored Data in Non-Neutral Networks

    Lotfi, Mohammad Hassan; Sarkar, Saswati; Sundaresan, Karthikeyan; Khojastepour, Mohammad Ali

    2015-01-01

    The growing demand for data has driven the Service Providers (SPs) to provide differential treatment of traffic to generate additional revenue streams from Content Providers (CPs). While SPs currently only provide best-effort services to their CPs, it is plausible to envision a model in near future, where CPs are willing to sponsor quality of service for their content in exchange of sharing a portion of their profit with SPs. This quality sponsoring becomes invaluable especially when the avai...

  14. Joint safety and security modeling for risk assessment in cyber physical systems

    Kriaa, Siwar

    2016-01-01

    Cyber physical systems (CPS) denote systems that embed programmable components in order to control a physical process or infrastructure. CPS are henceforth widely used in different industries like energy, aeronautics, automotive, medical or chemical industry. Among the variety of existing CPS stand SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) systems that offer the necessary means to control and supervise critical infrastructures. Their failure or malfunction can engender adverse conseque...

  15. Plataforma distribuida para el control de proyectos software

    Hontoria Sánchez, Adrián

    2012-01-01

    La plataforma creada, llamada CPS (Control Distribuido de Proyectos Software), es una plataforma distribuida que permite disponer de la información directamente relacionada con el desarrollo de un proyecto desde cualquier dispositivo con acceso a internet. El programa CPS permite llevar a cabo una amplia serie de acciones cuyo objetivo principal es controlar el desarrollo de un proyecto de una forma simplificada y unificada. CPS forma parte de un proyecto global, el cual se divide en dos r...

  16. Engagement and Action for Health: The Contribution of Leaders’ Collaborative Skills to Partnership Success

    Ansari, Walid El; Oskrochi, Reza; Phillips, Ceri

    2009-01-01

    A multi-site evaluation (survey) of five Kellogg-funded Community Partnerships (CPs) in South Africa was undertaken to explore the relationship between leadership skills and a range of 30 operational, functional and organisational factors deemed critical to successful CPs. The CPs were collaborative academic-health service-community efforts aimed at health professions education reforms. The level of agreement to eleven dichotomous (‘Yes/No’) leadership skills items was used to compute two mea...

  17. Modélisation conjointe de la sûreté et de la sécurité pour l’évaluation des risques dans les systèmes cyber-physiques

    Kriaa, Siwar

    2016-01-01

    Cyber physical systems (CPS) denote systems that embed programmable components in order to control a physical process or infrastructure. CPS are henceforth widely used in different industries like energy, aeronautics, automotive, medical or chemical industry. Among the variety of existing CPS stand SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) systems that offer the necessary means to control and supervise critical infrastructures. Their failure or malfunction can engender adverse conseque...

  18. Caseworker-Perceived Caregiver Substance Abuse and Child Protective Services Outcomes

    Berger, Lawrence M.; Slack, Kristen S.; Waldfogel, Jane; Bruch, Sarah K.

    2010-01-01

    We used data from the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being to examine associations of child protective services (CPS) caseworkers’ perceptions of caregiver substance abuse with their perceptions of the severity of risk and harm a child experienced as a result of alleged maltreatment, as well as with whether a family experienced a range of CPS outcomes. The outcomes included whether the family received services from CPS, was substantiated for maltreatment, experienced child remov...

  19. Protective effect of corn peptides against alcoholic liver injury in men with chronic alcohol consumption: a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study

    Wu, Yuhong; Pan, Xingchang; Zhang, Shixiu; Wang, Wenxian; Cai, Muyi; Li, Yanrong; Yang, Fan; Guo, Hongwei

    2014-01-01

    Background Corn peptides (CPs) are a novel food prepared from corn gluten meal, which is a main by-product of the corn starch industry. Recently, significant beneficial effects of CPs on early alcoholic liver injury in rats and on acute alcoholic injury in mice were observed. To our knowledge, the present study is the first report showing that CPs supplementation has beneficial effects on lipid profile, oxidative stress and alcoholic liver injury in men with chronic alcohol consumption. Metho...

  20. HIV and disability: a pilot study exploring the use of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills to measure daily life performance

    Jacqueline Gahagan

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: Limitations in performing activities of daily living (ADL are important indicators of health and overall wellness, yet relatively few studies specifically identify the ADL abilities of people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs. Given the wide range of abilities and ages of PHAs, there is an urgent need to utilize an assessment of ADL ability that can validly evaluate those who are very able, as well as those who are very disabled, without the presence of ceiling or floor effects, to provide sensitive measures to detect change. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to gather preliminary evidence of the validity of using the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS with PHAs. Methods: By utilizing existing data records of PHAs from the international AMPS database, we explored (a demographic factors; (b person response validity by examining person and individual item goodness-of-fit to the AMPS measurement model; and (c trends in ADL abilities of PHAs. Findings: There were 137 data records in the international AMPS database (0.08% of the database. Goodness-of-fit analyses revealed that >90% of the individuals in the sample fit AMPS measurement model and >99% of the individual item ratings fit the model. More than 80% of the data record had ADL motor abilities that were significantly lower than age expectations, and 67% had ADL process ability measures that were significantly lower than age expectations. Conclusions: The findings indicate that the AMPS is a valid measure of ADL ability for PHAs. Coupled with the lower than expected number of AMPS data records for PHAs and the significant ADL ability challenges that were encountered by this sample, this pilot study may indicate that PHAs encounter barriers to accessing rehabilitation services and/or may not receive referrals until significant ADL challenges are encountered.