Torres-Mora Gustavo
2011-06-01
Full Text Available Background: Although HIV infection / AIDS are one of the major health problems inColombia, there are few clinical and epidemiological studies assessing the treatment ofthese patients. The city of Cartagena de Indias, has favorable conditions for infectionwith HIV because of their status as tourist district and for being an epicenter of socialand demographic changes that are associated with an increased risk of HIV infection(4, however no studies have evaluated the effectiveness of antiretroviral treatment.Aim: To estimate effectiveness of six months of HAART therapy in HIV patients admittedto a treatment program in a health center of the city.Methods: Retrospective descriptive study that examined all patients assigned to theprogram for HIV / AIDS in the health center “Atencion integral” from January 2007 toJuly 2010. We studied demographic variables as sex, age, weight, body mass index,different antiretroviral schemes, CD4 count and viral load.Results: There were 167 patients assigned to the program. Nine cases wereexcluded for failing to adherence HAART and 96 for not having the reportof viral load before or after treatment. A total of 62 cases were analyzed.59.7% were male, average age was 35 years with standard deviation (SD of 9.4 years.49.5% of patients were 30 years or less, the minimum age was 20 and maximum of 58years. An average of 44.4% of medical charts had no reports of any of the initial labs.16.1% of patients had anemia, 19.4% hipertrigliridemia 17.7% hypercholesterolemiaand 21.0% low HDL cholesterol levels.The five schemes more frequently used of HAART were Lamivudine Stavudine Nevirapinewith 29.0% of cases, 19.4% Lamivudine Zidovudine Efavirenz, 11.3% Kaletra®Stavudine Lamivudine and 8.1% Lamivudine Abacavir Kaletra®. The effectiveness ofHAART, taking into account the above parameters, shows that there is a statisticallysignificant decrease in viral load. The proportion of overall effectiveness of HAART was9.9% for decrease
Propiedades espaciales del mecanismo atencional inhibitorio
Alejandro Castillo
2003-01-01
Full Text Available En una serie de tres experimentos se estudia una posible especificidad espacial del mecanismo atencional inhibitorio. A través del paradigma de priming negativo se examina en concreto si existen diferencias entre estímulos distractores situados dentro del foco atencional del sujeto y otros situados en la periferia. Mediante la utilización de una letter-matching task similar a la que emplearon Nelly, Lissner y Beck (1990, se obtiene efecto de priming negativo sólo en aquellas letras distractores que se sitúan fuera del foco de atención del sujeto. Los resultados sugieren que el sistema inhibitorio que actúa a nivel de características físicas y espaciales no puede inhibir los estímulos situados dentro del foco, por lo cual todos ellos son forzosa-mente procesados a nivel semántico.
déficit atencional e hiperactividad
Nancy Consuelo Martínez-León
2006-01-01
Full Text Available El presente estudio teórico realiza una revisión sobre la psicopatología del déficit atencional e hiperactividad, el cual se cataloga como un trastorno que se manifiesta por presentar dificultades crónicas en atención, impulsividad e hiperactividad que interfieren visiblemente en el desarrollo social, académico, ocupacional o recreativo del niño. Se inicia antes de los 7 años y puede en un 75% de los casos perdurar hasta la vida adulta. Afecta en torno a un 3% y un 5% de los niños; en Colombia se informa de una prevalencia alrededor del 15%. Es más común en hombres que en mujeres. Presenta comorbilidad con problemas de aprendizaje, trastorno oposicionista desafiante y con problemas de conducta, aunque también están asociadas algunas condiciones neuropsicológicas. Se acepta una multicausalidad del trastorno, que incluye un componente genético, factores perinatales, unas deficiencias a nivel neurobiológico en la corteza prefrontal, en las ondas alfa, theta y delta, a nivel bioquímico en la dopamina y norepinefrina, y deficiencias a nivel motivacional en la conducta gobernada por reglas.
Estudio de las variables asociadas a la aparición del parpadeo atencional
Fernández Blázquez, Miguel Ángel
2015-01-01
Cuando se presentan dos objetivos separados temporalmente entre 200 y 500 ms en un paradigma de Presentación Rápida de Series Visuales (PRSV), y ambos se encuentran enmascarados, los sujetos muestran un déficit a la hora de informar del segundo objetivo (O2), habiendo identificado previamente el primero (O1). Este fenómeno, al que se conoce con el nombre de Parpadeo Atencional (PA), se ha revelado como un efecto muy robusto dentro de la psicología de la atención en la medida en que se ha obte...
Procesos atencionales implicados en el Trastorno por Déficit Atencional con Hiperactividad (TDAH)
Belmar Mellado, Marta; Navas Martínez, Leandro; Holgado Tello, Francisco Pablo
2013-01-01
Enfrentar las actividades de la vida diaria implica activar procesos atencionales que nos permitan estar más receptivos a los sucesos del ambiente y desempeñarnos en determinadas tareas independientemente del tipo de esfuerzo que ellas supongan. En este contexto, el trabajo tiene como propósito analizar los procesos de atención presentes en el déficit atencional. Los mecanismos implicados pueden ser del tipo selectivo, de distribución y de mantenimiento o sostenimiento. En los alumnos con TDA...
Psicopatología del trastorno por déficit atencional e hiperactividad
Nancy Consuelo Martínez-León
2006-01-01
El presente estudio teórico realiza una revisión sobre la psicopatología del déficit atencional e hiperactividad, el cual se cataloga como un trastorno que se manifiesta por presentar dificultades crónicas en atención, impulsividad e hiperactividad que interfieren visiblemente en el desarrollo social, académico, ocupacional o recreativo del niño. Se inicia antes de los 7 años y puede en un 75% de los casos perdurar hasta la vida adulta. Afecta en torno a un 3% y un 5% de los ni...
Confiabilidad y validez de la Escala de Déficit Atencional (EDAH) adaptada en estudiantes chilenos
2015-01-01
Antecedentes. Las necesidades de atención en salud mental infantil hacen necesario contar con estudios epidemiológicos que sirvan de base para perfeccionar las intervenciones y acrecentar el diagnóstico, con instrumentos fiables y adecuados al contexto. Objetivo. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar las propiedades psicométricas de la Escala para la Evaluación del Trastorno por Déficit Atencional (EDAH), en escolares de primaria y secundaria de Chile. Método. Se evaluó una muestra de 508 ...
Genética y Conducta en el Síndrome de Déficit Atencional e Hiperactividad:
Francisco Aboitiz; Carolina Schroter
2006-01-01
El síndrome de déficit atencional e hiperactividad es una condición de alta prevalencia entre niños y adultos, que puede afectar seriamente el desempeño escolar y laboral. En este artículo revisamos los aspectos genéticos de este síndrome y los interpretamos en función de una falla en el sistema de señalización dopaminérgica, que se caracteriza por un bajo coeficiente señal/ruido y una excesiva recaptación presináptica del neurotransmisor liberado.
Adriana Cristóforo; Rossina Delgado; Valeria Valazza; Verónica Pou
2013-01-01
La función atencional es una compleja función en tanto requiere para su desarrollo de la estimulación de la estructura anatómica y funcional del cerebro en los primeros tiempos del desarrollo del bebé; de la disponibilidad de los padres para el cuidado y para la consideración de las necesidades afectivas del niño; y de prácticas de crianza que la favorezcan. Se presentan en el artículo resultados parciales de la investigación “La función atencional en la generación Milenium Interrogando el di...
Connie Capdevila-Brophy; José Blas Navarro-Pastor; Josep Artigas-Pallarés; Jordi Obiols-Llandrich
2007-01-01
El debate actual sobre los subtipos de Trastorno de Déficit Atencional/ Hiperactividad (TDAH) se centra en determinar si las similitudes y diferencias halladas en la sintomatología asociada aportan evidencia para conceptualizar los subtipos como manifestaciones de distinto trastorno. El objetivo de este estudio retrospectivo ex post facto es investigar las diferencias entre los subtipos de TDAH con predominio de inatención (TDAH-I) (n = 20) y TDAH combinado (TDAH-C) (n = 39) en...
JUAN CARLOS MARTÍNEZ A; CLAUDIA GONZÁLEZ L
2007-01-01
El déficit atencional hiperactivo y el trastorno bipolar comparten síntomas como dificultad de concentración, hiperkinesia, impulsividad e irritabilidad. De hecho, la gran mayoría de los criterios diagnósticos de hiperactividad están presentes en manía. El test de Conners utilizado de modo universal por los profesores para el diagnóstico de hiperactividad, no permite discriminar entre ambas patologías, lo que implica un error diagnóstico, principalmente cuando el médico se basa en dicha escal...
Adriana Cristóforo
2013-11-01
Full Text Available La función atencional es una compleja función en tanto requiere para su desarrollo de la estimulación de la estructura anatómica y funcional del cerebro en los primeros tiempos del desarrollo del bebé; de la disponibilidad de los padres para el cuidado y para la consideración de las necesidades afectivas del niño; y de prácticas de crianza que la favorezcan. Se presentan en el artículo resultados parciales de la investigación “La función atencional en la generación Milenium Interrogando el diagnóstico de ADD/ADHD” (2010-2012. Se trata de los resultados obtenidos por niños y niñas de entre 6 y 9 años que viven en situación de pobreza, y que cursan primer año en una escuela de contexto socio económico muy desfavorable de Montevideo. Se exponen las características que presentó la función atencional de los 14 niños estudiados. Se examinó la atención a través del Test de cancelación de Hale – Denckla (HDCT y del Índice de Ausencia de Distractibilidad (IAD de la escala Weschler para niños (WISC III. Para estudiar las fantasías y sentimientos vinculados a la atención, se utilizó un dispositivo gráfico: Situación Persona Prestando Atención. Los niños y niñas del estudio, obtuvieron en su mayoría rendimientos que se ubicaron por debajo de la media esperada para su edad, en el HDCT y en el IAD. Sus producciones gráficas mostraron fallas en la constitución subjetiva (en la diferenciación yo-no yo, ausencia de escena y de otro personaje, dando cuenta de la dificultad para significar al mundo y a los otros, necesarios en el proceso de atender. The attention function is a complex one since its development requires stimulation of the anatomic and functional structures of the brain in the first moments of the child's development. In addition, it needs that the parents be available for child care and the consideration of their emotional needs, as well as parenting practices that favor it. In this article I present
Connie Capdevila-Brophy
2007-01-01
Full Text Available El debate actual sobre los subtipos de Trastorno de Déficit Atencional/ Hiperactividad (TDAH se centra en determinar si las similitudes y diferencias halladas en la sintomatología asociada aportan evidencia para conceptualizar los subtipos como manifestaciones de distinto trastorno. El objetivo de este estudio retrospectivo ex post facto es investigar las diferencias entre los subtipos de TDAH con predominio de inatención (TDAH-I (n = 20 y TDAH combinado (TDAH-C (n = 39 en su historia prenatal, perinatal, del primer año y los problemas médicos posteriores. Los resultados indican que ambos subtipos presentan índices elevados de complicaciones obstétricas y problemas médicos. El subtipo TDAH-I se asocia con hemorragias prenatales, infecciones de oído y alergias, y el TDAH-C con cólicos del lactante y lesiones con sutura. La principal conclusión sugiere que las noxas de curso más continuo o dilatadas en el tiempo estarían más presentes en el grupo TDAH-I mientras que algunas características en el primer año y las lesiones que requieren suturas estarían más asociadas al subtipo TDAH-C.
Peña Ochoa, Mónica; Rojas Navarro, Patricio; Rojas Navarro, Sebastián
2015-01-01
Este trabajo examina desde la perspectiva del análisis crítico del discurso, el diagnóstico del Trastorno de Déficit Atencional con Hiperactividad, tal como lo plantea el DSM–IV y CIE-10. Considera como fundamento las dificultades que la taxonomía médica plantea respecto de la infancia como categoría social distinta de la adultez, la utilización del signo de la hipercinesia como prueba del trastorno, y el uso de instrumentos auxiliares ajenos al setting clínico, como el “Test de Conners”. El ...
Blanca Merchan-Niño
2011-12-01
Full Text Available Introducción: Se desarrolló un estudio descriptivo transversal con abordaje cuantitativo con el objetivo de determinar el nivel de conocimientos de 98 profesionales de enfermería que laboran en la FOSCAL sobre legislación de enfermería y el sistema obligatorio de garantía de calidad de la atención de salud en el 2009. Materiales y Métodos: El instrumento que se utilizó fue una entrevista auto aplicada de 19 preguntas de selección simple, al cuál se le realizó una validez facial y de contenido expuesto a una comisión de siete expertos de la ciudad de Bucaramanga. Resultados: Las ramas del conocimiento evaluadas el 51% es bueno y el 43.8% es aceptable, resultado atribuible mas a los conocimientos sobre legislación colombiana en enfermería que a los del Sistema Obligatorio de Garantía de Calidad de la Atención de la Salud. Discusión y Conclusiones: El nivel de conocimientos que posee el personal en estudio es bueno con tendencia a aceptable, pues la diferencia entre estas dos no es tan significativa, generando encender una alarma a nivel institucional incrementando el desarrollo de actividades en pro del conocimiento en ésta área de cultura organizacional. (Rev Cuid 2011; 2(2: 175-81Palabras clave: Legislación, Enfermería, Calidad, Atencion de Salud, Seguridad. (Fuente: DeCs BIREME.
Andrés Soto B; Gino Sturione K.; Diego González S.; Jessica Troncoso A.
2014-01-01
INTRODUCCIÓN : Las patologías músculoesqueléticas son prevalentes en atención primaria, alcanzando 50,6% en mujeres y 31,4% de los hombres entre 45 y 64 años. En la sala de atención kinésica del CESFAM Corvallis de Antofagasta, se realiza manejo kinésico a las patologías musculoesqueléticas agudas. OBJETIVO : Caracterización de las atenciones kinésicas en patologías musculoesqueléticas en CESFAM Corvallis. MATERIAL Y MÉTODO : Estudio descriptivo, transversal. Se incluyeron todos los pacien...
Emerek, Ruth
2004-01-01
Bidraget diskuterer de forskellige intergrationsopfattelse i Danmark - og hvad der kan forstås ved vellykket integration......Bidraget diskuterer de forskellige intergrationsopfattelse i Danmark - og hvad der kan forstås ved vellykket integration...
Elsa Bartolotti Laurens
2007-01-01
Full Text Available El presente articulo realiza un primer informe del trabajo clínico realizado a lo largo de los últimos doce años fundamentando que el Síndrome de Déficit atencional con o sin hiperactividad, (TDAH y TDA, así como otros signos y síntomas descritos como trastornos de conducta y desadaptación escolar, que se observan en un considerable número de sujetos, resultan ser expresiones diferentes de un mismo cuadro clínico, los que se pueden clasificar en lo etiológico como una comicialidad del sueño, Lo anterior se verifica observando los resultados del EEG digital durante el sueño espontáneo los cuales evidencian crisis paroxísticas de tipo onda lenta de aparición intermitente, parciales o generalizadas. Se aporta, de este modo, un nuevo enfoque para el estudio de estos cuadros además de un más pertinente abordaje de tipo terapéutico farmacológico.
JACQUELINE ELÍAS LILLO; NINA CRESPO ALLENDE; BEGOÑA GÓNGORA COSTA
2012-01-01
El Trastorno de Déficit Atencional e Hiperactividad (TDAH) es de alta prevalencia entre niños y adultos, y está caracterizado por un inapropiado nivel de atención, conducta hiperactiva e impulsividad. Además de la sintomatología nuclear, presenta una serie de trastornos cognitivos y conductuales como las alteraciones de naturaleza lingüística. Las mismas pasan desapercibidas en la primera infancia del sujeto, evidenciándose cuando ingresa al sistema escolar. Para dar cuenta de esto, la presen...
Olwig, Karen Fog
2011-01-01
, while the countries have adopted disparate policies and ideologies, differences in the actual treatment and attitudes towards immigrants and refugees in everyday life are less clear, due to parallel integration programmes based on strong similarities in the welfare systems and in cultural notions of...
M Calderó Urrea
2007-09-01
Full Text Available La poliquistosis renal autosómica dominante afecta al 5%-10% de personas en programa de hemodiálisis o de trasplante renal. Este estudio tiene un doble objetivo: conocer el perfil clínico del paciente con poliquistosis renal y comprender cómo esta enfermedad influye en las diferentes etapas vitales. El diseño de investigación es cuantitativo y cualitativo para dar respuesta a cada uno de los objetivos propuestos. La perspectiva cuantitativa abarca un estudio descriptivo retrospectivo de revisión de las historias clínicas de los pacientes atendidos en nuestro centro con este diagnóstico entre los años 2000 y 2005 (N=161. Para abarcar aspectos cualitativos de la enfermedad se han realizado dos entrevistas en profundidad, semiestructuradas, a personas cuyo diagnóstico ha actuado como condicionante en la toma de decisiones personales y familiares. El perfil de paciente con poliquistosis renal es el de una persona de 58 años de media con poliquistosis hepática, así como antecedentes familiares de la enfermedad y diversas patologías asociadas, siendo la más frecuente la hipertensión arterial. Las entrevistas en profundidad denotan la presencia de dolor crónico, con una alteración de la vida cotidiana y de la dinámica familiar. La incerteza en cuanto a su evolución y tratamiento produce ansiedad y un desgaste emocional progresivo.Autosomic dominant renal polycystosis affects 5%-10% of people on haemodialysis or with kidney transplants. This study has a two-fold purpose: to determine the clinical profile of the patient with renal polycystosis and to understand how this dise ase affects different vital stages. The research design is quantitative and qualitative in order to meet each of the proposed goals. The quantitative perspective encompasses a retrospective descriptive review of the case histories of the patients treated at our centre with this diagnosis between the years 2000 and 2005 (N=161. To cover qualitative aspects of the disease, two in-depth, semi-structured interviews were carried out with people whose diagnosis has acted as a conditioning factor in personal and family decision-making. The profile of the patient with renal polycystosis is that of person with an average age of 58 years with liver polycystosis, and with a family history of the disease and several associated pathologies, the most frequent being hypertension. The in-depth interviews denote the presence of chronic pain, with an alteration of daily life and family dynamics. The uncertainty as to its evolution and treatment produces anxiety and progressive emotional wear.
Andrés Soto B.
2014-04-01
Full Text Available INTRODUCCIÓN : Las patologías músculoesqueléticas son prevalentes en atención primaria, alcanzando 50,6% en mujeres y 31,4% de los hombres entre 45 y 64 años. En la sala de atención kinésica del CESFAM Corvallis de Antofagasta, se realiza manejo kinésico a las patologías musculoesqueléticas agudas. OBJETIVO : Caracterización de las atenciones kinésicas en patologías musculoesqueléticas en CESFAM Corvallis. MATERIAL Y MÉTODO : Estudio descriptivo, transversal. Se incluyeron todos los pacientes atendidos con disponibilidad de datos, por lo que no hubo exclusión. Se analizaron las variables edad, sexo y diagnóstico en las hojas de estadística diaria. RESULTADOS : Del total de 604 pacientes, la edad promedio fue 56,4 años, siendo 78% mujeres. El rango de edad más frecuente fue entre 45 y 64 años (48,2%. Según región anatómica, 51,3% fue en extremidades superiores, 33,9% en cabeza y columna y 14,1% en extremidades inferiores. De extremidades superiores la más frecuente fue hombro doloroso (48,1% y tendinitis del manguito rotador (12,3%. En cabeza y columna la más frecuente fue lumbago mecánico (42,9%, seguido de cervicobraquialgia (16,1%. En extremidades inferiores, la más frecuente fue la artrosis de rodilla (23,5%, seguido de esguince de tobillo (17,6% y fascitis plantar (15,3%. DISCUSIÓN : Los resultados son compatibles con estudios nacionales, mostrando predominio en mujeres, así como rango de edad más frecuente entre los 45 y 64 años. La mayor frecuencia de patologías en extremidades superiores en este estudio pudo deberse a un sobrediagnóstico, factores geográficos o biopsicosociales. Es necesaria la implementación de un sistema de registro adecuado para el seguimiento de estos pacientes.
Vilma Pinheiro Gawryszewski
2009-04-01
voltadas para a proteção dos usuários vulneráveis do sistema.OBJETIVO: Analizar las características de las atenciones derivadas de lesiones relacionadas con transporte terrestre. MÉTODOS: Fueron analizadas 5.934 atenciones en cuatro unidades de emergencias hospitalarias del estado de Sao Paulo (Sureste de Brasil, en 2005. El instrumento utilizado fue un cuestionario basado en modelos disponibilizados por la Organización Mundial de la Salud. Las variables analizadas fueron: tipo de usuario (ocupante del vehículo, peatón, motociclista y ciclista, sexo y grupo de edad y tipo de lesión sufrida. Fue utilizado análisis de regresión logística para evaluar asociaciones entre variables. Fueron calculados los odds ratios con los respectivos intervalos de confianza de 95%. RESULTADOS: La mayor parte de las atenciones fueron para el sexo masculino (74,2% y para el grupo de 20 a 29 años (35,0%. Los usuarios vulnerables del sistema respondieron por 72,4% del total de casos (motociclistas 29,8%, peatones 24,1% y ciclistas 18,5%. Las víctimas con edades entre cero y 14 años que sufrieron lesiones eran principalmente peatones y ciclistas; entre 15 y 39 años predominaron los motociclistas y en edades por encima de 50 años, peatones. Cerca de la mitad de los casos sufrieron lesiones de menor gravedad (esguinces, luxaciones, contusiones y cortes y la otra mitad estuvo compuesta por fracturas, traumatismos cráneo-encefálicos y lesiones de órganos internos. Las extremidades fueron el segmento del cuerpo más afectado, especialmente entre motociclistas. La mayoría de los casos recibió alta directamente del sector de atención (87,6%. En comparación con las mujeres, los hombres presentaron oportunidad 1,5 veces más de ser internados, transferidos o de morir. Comparativamente a los ciclistas, los peatones, los ocupantes de vehículos y motociclistas presentaron oportunidad, respectivamente, 2,7 y 1,9 veces más de ser internados, transferidos o de morir. CONCLUSIONES
Carolina Campos O.
2003-01-01
Full Text Available Introducción: El síndrome de apnea obstructiva del sueño (SAOS que afecta a 1-2% de los niños, puede ser causa de importante morbilidad, como problemas conductuales y de rendimiento escolar. Objetivo: Evaluar la asociación entre SAOS y Trastorno de Déficit Atencional con Hiperactividad (TDAH en escolares de una comuna de Santiago. Métodos: Se envió una encuesta a 50 padres de niños con diagnóstico de TDAH y a 100 niños controles, de edad y sexo similares, obtenidos de las mismas escuelas de los niños con TDAH. La encuesta incluyó información sobre datos generales, edad, sexo, peso, talla, promedio de notas; y un cuestionario de 12 preguntas para diagnóstico de SAOS, validado previamente en una población extranjera. Resultados: La respuesta de la encuesta fue de 84,6%. No hubo diferencias significativas entre el grupo con TDAH y el grupo control en edad, peso, talla; si las hubo en sexo y promedio de notas (p Introduction: Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS affects 1-2% of all children and may cause significant morbidity such as behavioural and learning problems. Objective: To assess the relationship between OSAS and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD in children from an area of Santiago, Chile. Method: Questionaires were sent to 50 children with ADHD and 100 children of the same age, gender and attending the same schools, who acted as controls. Information included height, weight, academic performance and 12 questions in order to diagnose OSAS, previously validated in an overseas study. Results: A 84.6% response was obtained, with no significant differences between groups for age, weight, height. However differences were found with respect to gender and academic performance (p < 0.01. The average score in children with ADHD was 9 ± 1.26 and in the controls 6 ± 0.66 (p < 0.05. We found that the answers to the questionaire could differentiate between children with OSAS and normal children. Conclusions: OSAS was
JACQUELINE ELÍAS LILLO
2012-01-01
Full Text Available El Trastorno de Déficit Atencional e Hiperactividad (TDAH es de alta prevalencia entre niños y adultos, y está caracterizado por un inapropiado nivel de atención, conducta hiperactiva e impulsividad. Además de la sintomatología nuclear, presenta una serie de trastornos cognitivos y conductuales como las alteraciones de naturaleza lingüística. Las mismas pasan desapercibidas en la primera infancia del sujeto, evidenciándose cuando ingresa al sistema escolar. Para dar cuenta de esto, la presente investigación buscó determinar diferencias en la complejidad sintáctica de los discursos orales producidos por niños y niñas con TDAH y con desarrollo típico en diferentes niveles de escolaridad (kinder, 4º y 8º básico. Se llevó a cabo un estudio de tipo correlacional con un diseño ex post-facto retrospectivo en el que participaron 120 niños(as (60 con TDAH y 60 grupo control, de colegios particulares pagados y particulares subvencionados en San Felipe, Chile. Luego de ver un video, cada niño narraba lo observado, su discurso era registrado, trascrito y analizado. Los índices de complejidad sintáctica revelaron diferencias significativas a favor de los niños sin TDAH cuando se evaluaba el grupo en general, a pesar de no probarse significatividad estadística en las diferencias al interior de cada nivel. Asimismo, fue posible observar que tanto en el grupo de niños con TDAH como en los que no padecían el síndrome se daba un aumento en el puntaje de los de 8º básico respecto de los de 4º básico y de éstos respecto de los de kínder, indicando un incremento en la madurez sintáctica.Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity (ADDH presents high prevalence among children and adults and is characterized by an inappropriate attention level, hyperactive behavior and impulsiveness. Apart from the nuclear symptomatology, it presents a number of cognitive and behavioral disorders as well as linguistic alterations. These get
Georgina García Escala
2012-01-01
Full Text Available El déficit atencional es un cuadro neuropsiquiátrico complejo que, cognitivamente, se caracteriza por unos niveles evolutivamente inapropiados en la atención, sobreactividad e impulsividad (Barkley, 2003 y, lingüísticamente, por presentar alteraciones a nivel fonológico, semántico, sintáctico y en sus capacidades discursivas y pragmáticas, en especial en su capacidad para la comprensión oral de significados figurados (Miranda-Casa, Ygual-Fernández y Rosel-Remírez, 2004; Baixauli-Fortea, Roselló y Miranda-Casas, 2004; García y Manghi, 2006. Este desarrollo lingüístico descendido incide no sólo en las habilidades comunicacionales sino que, además, en la comprensión lectora, producción escrita y en el aprendizaje de contenidos curriculares. Por esto, el presente trabajo da a conocer una propuesta didáctica para desarrollar específicamente la capacidad de inferir significados figurados en la lengua oral. La propuesta fue aplicada a 25 escolares de entre 8 a 9 años de edad con déficit atencional, los resultados en este grupo demuestran la efectividad de la propuesta.TDAH é um transtorno neuropsiquiátrico complexo que, cognitivamente, caracteriza-se por níveis desenvolvimento inadequado de atenção, hiperatividade e impulsividade (Barkley, 2003 e, linguisticamente, por deficiências fonológica, sintática, semântica e capacidades discursivas e pragmáticas, sobretudo as relacionadas à capacidade de compreensão oral de significados figurados (Miranda Casa, Ygual-Fernández e Rosel-Remírez, 2004; Baixauli-Fortea, Roselló e Miranda-Casas, 2004, Garcia e Manghi, 2006. Este desenvolvimento da linguagem não afeta apenas as habilidades de comunicação, mas a compreensão de leitura, escrita e aprendizagem curricular. Nesse sentido, apresenta-se uma abordagem metodológica para o desenvolvimento da capacidade de inferência de significados figurados da linguagem falada, especificamente. A proposta metodológica foi
Sawitzki, Günther
2000-01-01
An introduction to integrated documents in statistics. Integrated documents allow a seamless integration of interactive statistics and data analysis components in 'life' documents while keeping the full computational power needed for simulation or resampling.
Mesiar, Radko; Li, J.; Pap, E.
2015-01-01
Roč. 259, č. 1 (2015), s. 3-11. ISSN 0165-0114 R&D Projects: GA ČR GAP402/11/0378 Institutional support: RVO:67985556 Keywords : Choquet integral * Decomposition integral * Superdecomposition integral * Convex integral Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics Impact factor: 1.986, year: 2014 http://library.utia.cas.cz/separaty/2015/E/mesiar-0442006.pdf
this report describes a digital integrator in which, by means of digital signal processing, the integral of the input signal is determined continuously. This integrator is a prototype of a, to be constructed, faster integrator which has to integrate fast pulses originating from a detector setup. The prototype operates with a maximum sampling frequency of 40 MHz. By some extension this can be enhanced up to about 70 MHz. Finally an integrator is intended with a sampling frequency of 1 GHz. By means of the prototype the principal operation of the integrator, an extended description of the constructed prototype is given followed by measurements at the prototype and the analysis of the results. (author). 7 refs.; 37 figs.; 7 tabs
Integrated care requires integrated supervision
Ketelaars, Corry
2011-01-01
Introduction: Given recent developments in integrated care, it is becoming increasingly important for the Dutch Health Care Inspectorate to direct its supervision in a way that may help speed up the implementation of integrated care.Description of care practice: Since the implementation of integrated care for chronic patients is facing obstacles, alternative methods are required to ensure that the implementation process does not run into any delays. By applying a risk-based approach to integr...
The heights of iterates of the discrete Painleve equations over number fields appear to grow no faster than polynomials while the heights of generic solutions of non-integrable discrete equations grow exponentially. This gives rise to a simple and effective numerical test for the integrability of discrete equations. Numerical evidence and theoretical results are presented. Connections with other tests for integrability and Vojta's dictionary are discussed. (letter to the editor)
Halburd, R G [Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3TU(United Kingdom)
2005-04-22
The heights of iterates of the discrete Painleve equations over number fields appear to grow no faster than polynomials while the heights of generic solutions of non-integrable discrete equations grow exponentially. This gives rise to a simple and effective numerical test for the integrability of discrete equations. Numerical evidence and theoretical results are presented. Connections with other tests for integrability and Vojta's dictionary are discussed. (letter to the editor)
Moiseiwitsch, B L
2005-01-01
Two distinct but related approaches hold the solutions to many mathematical problems--the forms of expression known as differential and integral equations. The method employed by the integral equation approach specifically includes the boundary conditions, which confers a valuable advantage. In addition, the integral equation approach leads naturally to the solution of the problem--under suitable conditions--in the form of an infinite series.Geared toward upper-level undergraduate students, this text focuses chiefly upon linear integral equations. It begins with a straightforward account, acco
Lenau, Torben Anker
1999-01-01
A homepage on the internet with course material, lecture plan, student exercises, etc. Continuesly updated during the course Integrated Design (80402, 80403)......A homepage on the internet with course material, lecture plan, student exercises, etc. Continuesly updated during the course Integrated Design (80402, 80403)...
Axelsson, Runo
2013-01-01
system. Model of integration: In the 1990’s there were a number of experiments in Sweden with different models to integrate health and welfare services. As a result, a model of financial coordination has been developed, which makes it possible for organisations to pool their budgets and form associations......Background: In Sweden, as in many other countries, there has been a succession of trends in the organisation of health care and other welfare services. These trends have had different implications for the integration of services in the health and welfare system. Aims: One aim is to discuss the...... implications of different organisational trends for the integration of health and welfare services. Another aim is to introduce a Swedish model of financial coordination as a flexible way to organise integration. Organisational trends: In the 1960’s there was an expansion of health and welfare services leading...
Bauböck, Rainer
1995-01-01
from the Table of Contents: Migration and integration - Basic concepts and definitions; Immigration and Integration policies; The legal framework for integration; Dimension of social integration; Cultural integration; Conclusions;
Integrated services is the name given to several services grouped together under a single contract. Four key factors determine the success of integrated services projects: teamwork, common objectives, technology, and shared benefits. For oil companies, integration means smoother, more efficient operations by bringing service companies on board as part of the team. For the service industry, it means a radical change in the way business is conducted, taking on more responsibility in return for greater incentives. This article reviews the need for change and the approach Schlumberger has adopted to meet this challenge. 20 figs., 20 refs
Knudsen, Lars Ramkilde; Wagner, David
2002-01-01
This paper considers a cryptanalytic approach called integral cryptanalysis. It can be seen as a dual to differential cryptanalysis and applies to ciphers not vulnerable to differential attacks. The method is particularly applicable to block ciphers which use bijective components only.......This paper considers a cryptanalytic approach called integral cryptanalysis. It can be seen as a dual to differential cryptanalysis and applies to ciphers not vulnerable to differential attacks. The method is particularly applicable to block ciphers which use bijective components only....
Cartier, Pierre; DeWitt-Morette, Cecile
2010-06-01
Acknowledgements; List symbols, conventions, and formulary; Part I. The Physical and Mathematical Environment: 1. The physical and mathematical environment; Part II. Quantum Mechanics: 2. First lesson: gaussian integrals; 3. Selected examples; 4. Semiclassical expansion: WKB; 5. Semiclassical expansion: beyond WKB; 6. Quantum dynamics: path integrals and operator formalism; Part III. Methods from Differential Geometry: 7. Symmetries; 8. Homotopy; 9. Grassmann analysis: basics; 10. Grassmann analysis: applications; 11. Volume elements, divergences, gradients; Part IV. Non-Gaussian Applications: 12. Poisson processes in physics; 13. A mathematical theory of Poisson processes; 14. First exit time: energy problems; Part V. Problems in Quantum Field Theory: 15. Renormalization 1: an introduction; 16. Renormalization 2: scaling; 17. Renormalization 3: combinatorics; 18. Volume elements in quantum field theory Bryce DeWitt; Part VI. Projects: 19. Projects; Appendix A. Forward and backward integrals: spaces of pointed paths; Appendix B. Product integrals; Appendix C. A compendium of gaussian integrals; Appendix D. Wick calculus Alexander Wurm; Appendix E. The Jacobi operator; Appendix F. Change of variables of integration; Appendix G. Analytic properties of covariances; Appendix H. Feynman's checkerboard; Bibliography; Index.
Torrielli, Alessandro
2016-08-01
We review some essential aspects of classically integrable systems. The detailed outline of the sections consists of: 1. Introduction and motivation, with historical remarks; 2. Liouville theorem and action-angle variables, with examples (harmonic oscillator, Kepler problem); 3. Algebraic tools: Lax pairs, monodromy and transfer matrices, classical r-matrices and exchange relations, non-ultralocal Poisson brackets, with examples (non-linear Schrödinger model, principal chiral field); 4. Features of classical r-matrices: Belavin–Drinfeld theorems, analyticity properties, and lift of the classical structures to quantum groups; 5. Classical inverse scattering method to solve integrable differential equations: soliton solutions, spectral properties and the Gel’fand–Levitan–Marchenko equation, with examples (KdV equation, Sine-Gordon model). Prepared for the Durham Young Researchers Integrability School, organised by the GATIS network. This is part of a collection of lecture notes.
Williamson, JH
2014-01-01
This concise introduction to Lebesgue integration is geared toward advanced undergraduate math majors and may be read by any student possessing some familiarity with real variable theory and elementary calculus. The self-contained treatment features exercises at the end of each chapter that range from simple to difficult. The approach begins with sets and functions and advances to Lebesgue measure, including considerations of measurable sets, sets of measure zero, and Borel sets and nonmeasurable sets. A two-part exploration of the integral covers measurable functions, convergence theorems, co
Tricomi, Francesco Giacomo
1957-01-01
This classic text on integral equations by the late Professor F. G. Tricomi, of the Mathematics Faculty of the University of Turin, Italy, presents an authoritative, well-written treatment of the subject at the graduate or advanced undergraduate level. To render the book accessible to as wide an audience as possible, the author has kept the mathematical knowledge required on the part of the reader to a minimum; a solid foundation in differential and integral calculus, together with some knowledge of the theory of functions is sufficient. The book is divided into four chapters, with two useful
Jørgensen, Michael; Nielsen, M. W.; Strømann-Andersen, Jakob Bjørn
2011-01-01
This paper presents a case study of the implementation of integrated design in an actual architectural competition. The design process was carried out at a highly esteemed architectural office and attended by both engineers and architects working towards mutual goals of architectural excellence......, low-energy consumption, and high-quality indoor environment. We use this case study to investigate how technical knowledge about building performance can be integrated into the conceptual design stage. We have selected certain points during the design process that represented design challenges and...
The Integrated Hazard Analysis Integrator
Morris, A. Terry; Massie, Michael J.
2009-01-01
Hazard analysis addresses hazards that arise in the design, development, manufacturing, construction, facilities, transportation, operations and disposal activities associated with hardware, software, maintenance, operations and environments. An integrated hazard is an event or condition that is caused by or controlled by multiple systems, elements, or subsystems. Integrated hazard analysis (IHA) is especially daunting and ambitious for large, complex systems such as NASA s Constellation program which incorporates program, systems and element components that impact others (International Space Station, public, International Partners, etc.). An appropriate IHA should identify all hazards, causes, controls and verifications used to mitigate the risk of catastrophic loss of crew, vehicle and/or mission. Unfortunately, in the current age of increased technology dependence, there is the tendency to sometimes overlook the necessary and sufficient qualifications of the integrator, that is, the person/team that identifies the parts, analyzes the architectural structure, aligns the analysis with the program plan and then communicates/coordinates with large and small components, each contributing necessary hardware, software and/or information to prevent catastrophic loss. As viewed from both Challenger and Columbia accidents, lack of appropriate communication, management errors and lack of resources dedicated to safety were cited as major contributors to these fatalities. From the accident reports, it would appear that the organizational impact of managers, integrators and safety personnel contributes more significantly to mission success and mission failure than purely technological components. If this is so, then organizations who sincerely desire mission success must put as much effort in selecting managers and integrators as they do when designing the hardware, writing the software code and analyzing competitive proposals. This paper will discuss the necessary and
Merlo, Domenico Franco; Vahakangas, Kirsi; Knudsen, Lisbeth E.
2008-01-01
consent was obtained.Integrity is central to environmental health research searching for causal relations. It requires open communication and trust and any violation (i.e., research misconduct, including fabrication or falsification of data, plagiarism, conflicting interests, etc.) may endanger the...
Graves, Eric
2013-01-01
This dissertation introduces the concept of Information Integrity, which is the detection and possible correction of information manipulation by any intermediary node in a communication system. As networks continue to grow in complexity, information theoretic security has failed to keep pace. As a result many parties whom want to communicate,…
Cubitt, Sean
2015-01-01
It is not only the physical digital media that pile waste upon waste in an era of built-in obsolescence driven by over-production attempting to balance the falling rate of profit. Energy used in the manufacture, employment and recycling of devices belongs to a system where waste is not merely accidental but integral to the operation of cognitive capitalism. Oil and gas, uranium and hydroelectricity all prey disproportionately on indigenous peoples, who are turned into economic externalities a...
Problemas de lenguaje en estudiantes con déficit atencional
Ygual Fernández, Amparo
2003-01-01
RESUMEN Objetivos: Este trabajo se ha planteado varios objetivos. En primer lugar, el análisis de las habilidades lingüísticas de los niños con Trastorno por déficit de atención con hiperactividad (TDAH) que hablan español, concretamente se han analizado los niveles de procesamiento de habla (producción de habla, metafonología y fluidez léxica), nivel morfosintáctico, nivel semántico y el nivel pragmático a través de la narración de una historia. En segundo lugar se ha analizado las difere...
Estudio de la edad de inicio, atencion y personalidad en las psicosis delirantes
Valero Oyarzabal, Joaquin
2016-01-01
Partiendo de estudios previamente realizados y publicados por nuestro grupo de investigación en este estudio se relaciona el delirio psicotico , así com sus principales subtipos, con variables previamente poco estudiadas como la atención y la personalidad, así como con la edad de inicio, tomando como referencia de modelo etiopatogénico el de la saliencia. Se utiliza para el estudio una muestra de 144 pacientes con diagnostico de psicosis , de los que la mayoría presentan sintomas delirantes...
Petersson, Eva
2005-01-01
offers tangible and in-tangible features, which, we assume, enhance the quality of collaborative play and learning experiences in physical and virtual environments. This, in turn facilitates experiences of flow to be utilized in rehabilitation, training, and education contexts. We consider play and...... solitary play. Graphical user interface technologies provide limited physical forms and, thereby, offer a limited degree of physical actions, e.g. only clicking and typing. Traditional toys, on the other hand, have features that encourage both solitary and social play (Sutton-Smith, 1997; Berg, 1999). This...... paper suggests that a toy system integrating physical and virtual dimensions will extend the respective design specifics and will support an expansion of children’s learning opportunities. Furthermore, we suggest that such toy system should be tangible, responsive, and portable. The required technology...
Integrable Bogoliubov Transform and Integrable Model
王宁
2003-01-01
By defining Bogoliubov transform as a function of parameters, the integrability of the Bogoliubov transform in parameter space is investigated. It is shown that integrable Bogoliubov transform is closely related to the known integrable model. The relation between the integrable Bogoliubov transform and geometric phase of vacuum induced by the Bogoliubov transform is also discussed.
Simplification of integrity constraints for data integration
Christiansen, Henning; Martinenghi, Davide
2004-01-01
When two or more databases are combined into a global one, integrity may be violated even when each database is consistent with its own local integrity constraints. Efficient methods for checking global integrity in data integration systems are called for: answers to queries can then be trusted...... together with given a priori constraints on the combination, so that only a minimal number of tuples needs to be considered. Combination from scratch, integration of a new source, and absorption of local updates are dealt with for both the local-as-view and global-as-view approaches to data integration....
Greco, Salvatore; Rindone, Fabio
2012-01-01
In decision analysis and especially in multiple criteria decision analysis, several non additive integrals have been introduced in the last sixty years. Among them, we remember the Choquet integral, the Shilkret integral and the Sugeno integral. Recently, the bipolar Choquet integral has been proposed for the case in which the underlying scale is bipolar. In this paper we propose the bipolar Shilkret integral and the bipolar Sugeno integral. Moreover, we provide an axiomatic characterization ...
Definite Integrals using Orthogonality and Integral Transforms
Howard S. Cohl
2012-10-01
Full Text Available We obtain definite integrals for products of associated Legendre functions with Bessel functions, associated Legendre functions, and Chebyshev polynomials of the first kind using orthogonality and integral transforms.
Strong vector valued integrals
Beckmann, Ralf
2011-01-01
Strong Bochner type integrals with values in locally convex spaces are introduced. It is shown that the strong integral exists in the same cases as the weak (Gelfand-Pettis) integral is known to exist. The strong integral has better continuity properties that the weak integral.
Discrete integrable system and its integrable coupling
LI Zhu
2009-01-01
This paper derives new discrete integrable system based on discrete isospectral problem. It shows that the hierarchy is completely integrable in the Liouville sense and possesses bi-Hamiltonian structure. Finally, integrable couplings of the obtained system is given by means of semi-direct sums of Lie algebras.
Hydrography - Integrated List Attaining
NSGIC GIS Inventory (aka Ramona) — This layer shows only attaining segments of the Integrated List. The Streams Integrated List represents stream assessments in an integrated format for the Clean...
Discrete bipolar universal integrals
Greco, Salvatore; Mesiar, Radko; Rindone, Fabio
2014-01-01
The concept of universal integral, recently proposed, generalizes the Choquet, Shilkret and Sugeno integrals. Those integrals admit a discrete bipolar formulation, useful in those situations where the underlying scale is bipolar. In this paper we propose the concept of discrete bipolar universal integral, in order to provide a common framework for bipolar discrete integrals, including as special cases the discrete Choquet, Shilkret and Sugeno bipolar integrals. Moreover we provide two differe...
Lui, M; Chan, Andy; Long, Josh
2011-01-01
Pro Spring Integration is an authoritative book from the experts that guides you through the vast world of enterprise application integration (EAI) and application of the Spring Integration framework towards solving integration problems. The book is:. * An introduction to the concepts of enterprise application integration * A reference on building event-driven applications using Spring Integration * A guide to solving common integration problems using Spring Integration What makes this book unique is its coverage of contemporary technologies and real-world information, with a focus on common p
Tactical Systems Integration Laboratory
Federal Laboratory Consortium — The Tactical Systems Integration Laboratory is used to design and integrate computer hardware and software and related electronic subsystems for tactical vehicles....
Numerical Integration with Derivatives
Hu Cheng
2006-01-01
A new formula with derivatives for numerical integration was presented. Based on this formula and the Richardson extrapolation process, a numerical integration method was established. It can converge faster than the Romberg's. With the same accuracy, the computation of the new numerical integration with derivatives is only half of that of Romberg's numerical integration.
Relation Between Hyperelliptic Integrals
Pakuliak, S.; Perelomov, A.
1994-01-01
A simple property of the integrals over the hyperelliptic surfaces of arbitrary genus is observed. Namely, the derivatives of these integrals with respect to the branching points are given by the linear combination of the same integrals. We check that this property is responsible for the solution to the level zero Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equation given in terms of hyperelliptic integrals.
Integral consideration of integrated management systems
Aim of the project for the NPPs Kruemmel and Brunsbuettel (Vattenfall) is the integral view of the business process as basis for the implementation and operation of management systems in the domains quality, safety and environment. The authors describe the integral view of the business processes in the frame of integrated management systems with the focus nuclear safety, lessons learned in the past, the concept of a process-based controlling system and experiences from the practical realization.
Slimplectic Integrators: Variational Integrators for Nonconservative systems
Tsang, David
2016-05-01
Symplectic integrators are widely used for long-term integration of conservative astrophysical problems due to their ability to preserve the constants of motion; however, they cannot in general be applied in the presence of nonconservative interactions. Here we present the “slimplectic” integrator, a new type of numerical integrator that shares many of the benefits of traditional symplectic integrators yet is applicable to general nonconservative systems. We utilize a fixed-time-step variational integrator formalism applied to a newly developed principle of stationary nonconservative action (Galley, 2013, Galley et al 2014). As a result, the generalized momenta and energy (Noether current) evolutions are well-tracked. We discuss several example systems, including damped harmonic oscillators, Poynting–Robertson drag, and gravitational radiation reaction, by utilizing our new publicly available code to demonstrate the slimplectic integrator algorithm. Slimplectic integrators are well-suited for integrations of systems where nonconservative effects play an important role in the long-term dynamical evolution. As such they are particularly appropriate for cosmological or celestial N-body dynamics problems where nonconservative interactions, e.g., gas interactions or dissipative tides, can play an important role.
How integrated are immigrants?
Rickard Sandell
2015-12-01
Full Text Available Background: The successful integration of immigrants is seen as a principal means to secure economic growth and welfare in many countries. Success in this task depends on the capacity to formulate effective integration policies, which in turn is based on research capable of describing and explaining the integration process properly. Objective: Our objective is to define a conceptual and quantifiable measure of full immigrant integration.This enables a quantitative evaluation of how integrated immigrants are in a specific context in an immigrant - native system - a question poorly addressed by past research. Methods: Our approach consists of looking at the functional dependency of different integrationquantifiers on immigrant density. The empirical analysis uses register data from Spain. We focus on social integration and labour market integration in formal employment. Results: In our empirical analysis we find dramatic differences in immigrant integration levels across integration contexts. While labour market integration approaches the level of full integration, social integration quickly declines as immigration levels surge. It is shown that these differences are primarily due to the presence of social network effects in the social integration process, absent in the labour market integration process. Conclusions: Proper identification of integration deficits and its causes is likely to improve the efficiency of integration policy making, and the capacity to reach integration targets. Our framework has this quality. The research presented here shows that full labour market integration of immigrants is a realistic target. However, it also shows that, if left unattended, the segregation forces contained in social networks, quite dramatically obstruct the social integration process. Lack of social integration undermines the strategy of reliance on increasing immigration to secure future economic well-being that many governments andinternational
Lloyd, Seth; Dreyer, Olaf
2013-01-01
Path integrals represent a powerful route to quantization: they calculate probabilities by summing over classical configurations of variables such as fields, assigning each configuration a phase equal to the action of that configuration. This paper defines a universal path integral, which sums over all computable structures. This path integral contains as sub-integrals all possible computable path integrals, including those of field theory, the standard model of elementary particles, discrete...
Buried waste integrated demonstration technology integration process
Ferguson, J.S.; Ferguson, J.E.
1992-04-01
A Technology integration Process was developed for the Idaho National Energy Laboratories (INEL) Buried Waste Integrated Demonstration (BWID) Program to facilitate the transfer of technology and knowledge from industry, universities, and other Federal agencies into the BWID; to successfully transfer demonstrated technology and knowledge from the BWID to industry, universities, and other Federal agencies; and to share demonstrated technologies and knowledge between Integrated Demonstrations and other Department of Energy (DOE) spread throughout the DOE Complex. This document also details specific methods and tools for integrating and transferring technologies into or out of the BWID program. The document provides background on the BWID program and technology development needs, demonstrates the direction of technology transfer, illustrates current processes for this transfer, and lists points of contact for prospective participants in the BWID technology transfer efforts. The Technology Integration Process was prepared to ensure compliance with the requirements of DOE's Office of Technology Development (OTD).
Buried waste integrated demonstration technology integration process
Ferguson, J.S.; Ferguson, J.E.
1992-04-01
A Technology integration Process was developed for the Idaho National Energy Laboratories (INEL) Buried Waste Integrated Demonstration (BWID) Program to facilitate the transfer of technology and knowledge from industry, universities, and other Federal agencies into the BWID; to successfully transfer demonstrated technology and knowledge from the BWID to industry, universities, and other Federal agencies; and to share demonstrated technologies and knowledge between Integrated Demonstrations and other Department of Energy (DOE) spread throughout the DOE Complex. This document also details specific methods and tools for integrating and transferring technologies into or out of the BWID program. The document provides background on the BWID program and technology development needs, demonstrates the direction of technology transfer, illustrates current processes for this transfer, and lists points of contact for prospective participants in the BWID technology transfer efforts. The Technology Integration Process was prepared to ensure compliance with the requirements of DOE`s Office of Technology Development (OTD).
Buried waste integrated demonstration technology integration process
A Technology integration Process was developed for the Idaho National Energy Laboratories (INEL) Buried Waste Integrated Demonstration (BWID) Program to facilitate the transfer of technology and knowledge from industry, universities, and other Federal agencies into the BWID; to successfully transfer demonstrated technology and knowledge from the BWID to industry, universities, and other Federal agencies; and to share demonstrated technologies and knowledge between Integrated Demonstrations and other Department of Energy (DOE) spread throughout the DOE Complex. This document also details specific methods and tools for integrating and transferring technologies into or out of the BWID program. The document provides background on the BWID program and technology development needs, demonstrates the direction of technology transfer, illustrates current processes for this transfer, and lists points of contact for prospective participants in the BWID technology transfer efforts. The Technology Integration Process was prepared to ensure compliance with the requirements of DOE's Office of Technology Development (OTD)
Feynman integrals and hyperlogarithms
Panzer, Erik
2015-01-01
We study Feynman integrals in the representation with Schwinger parameters and derive recursive integral formulas for massless 3- and 4-point functions. Properties of analytic (including dimensional) regularization are summarized and we prove that in the Euclidean region, each Feynman integral can be written as a linear combination of convergent Feynman integrals. This means that one can choose a basis of convergent master integrals and need not evaluate any divergent Feynman graph directly. Secondly we give a self-contained account of hyperlogarithms and explain in detail the algorithms needed for their application to the evaluation of multivariate integrals. We define a new method to track singularities of such integrals and present a computer program that implements the integration method. As our main result, we prove the existence of infinite families of massless 3- and 4-point graphs (including the ladder box graphs with arbitrary loop number and their minors) whose Feynman integrals can be expressed in ...
The Integrated Renovation Process
Galiotto, Nicolas; Heiselberg, Per; Knudstrup, Mary-Ann
The Integrated Renovation Process (IRP) is a user customized methodology based on judiciously selected constructivist and interactive multi-criteria decision making methods (Galiotto, Heiselberg, & Knudstrup, 2014 (expected)). When applied for home renovation, the Integrated Renovation Process for...
Gerardi, Geraldine; Graetz, Michael J.; Rosen, Harvey S.
1990-01-01
Focuses on unresolved economic issues that may effect both the desirability of integration and how an integration system should be structured. Discusses the implications of the uncertainty for policy design.
Integrated vs. Federated Search
Løvschall, Kasper
2009-01-01
Oplæg om forskelle og ligheder mellem integrated og federated search i bibliotekskontekst. Holdt ved temadag om "Integrated Search - samsøgning i alle kilder" på Danmarks Biblioteksskole den 22. januar 2009.......Oplæg om forskelle og ligheder mellem integrated og federated search i bibliotekskontekst. Holdt ved temadag om "Integrated Search - samsøgning i alle kilder" på Danmarks Biblioteksskole den 22. januar 2009....
Seamless Integration of Information
Van Lingen, Frank
2000-01-01
This document gives an overview of issues related to integration of information. Different aspects are discussed. Furthermore, several projects related to integration of information are described. Also several standards that relate to information integration are discussed. Finally, these issues are related to information integration within a high-energy physics environment. Keywords : heterogeneous databases, multidatabases, temporal databases, meta-model, meta-data, ontologies, mediator, data management.
How integrated are immigrants?
Rickard Sandell; Pierluigi Contucci
2015-01-01
Background: The successful integration of immigrants is seen as a principal means to secure economic growth and welfare in many countries. Success in this task depends on the capacity to formulate effective integration policies, which in turn is based on research capable of describing and explaining the integration process properly. Objective: Our objective is to define a conceptual and quantifiable measure of full immigrant integration.This enables a quantitative evaluation of how integra...
Reconfigurable Integrated Optoelectronics
Richard Soref
2011-01-01
Integrated optics today is based upon chips of Si and InP. The future of this chip industry is probably contained in the thrust towards optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEICs) and photonic integrated circuits (PICs) manufactured in a high-volume foundry. We believe that reconfigurable OEICs and PICs, known as ROEICs and RPICs, constitute the ultimate embodiment of integrated photonics. This paper shows that any ROEIC-on-a-chip can be decomposed into photonic modules, some of them fixed and...
Tucker, Jerry H.; Tapia, Moiez A.; Bennett, A. Wayne
1988-01-01
The concept of Boolean integration is developed, and different Boolean integral operators are introduced. Given the changes in a desired function in terms of the changes in its arguments, the ways of 'integrating' (i.e. realizing) such a function, if it exists, are presented. The necessary and sufficient conditions for integrating, in different senses, the expression specifying the changes are obtained. Boolean calculus has applications in the design of logic circuits and in fault analysis.
Moerel, J.L.; Halswijk, W.
2010-01-01
These notes deal with the integration of a (sc)ramjet engine in either an axisymmetric or a waverider type of cruise missile configuration. The integration aspects relate to the integration of the external and internal flow paths in geometrical configurations that are being considered worldwide. Integration of these two flow paths combined with the vehicle concept that flies an equilibrium cruise flight (lift = weight and thrust = drag) has led to an evaluation tool, HyTEC (Hypersonic Technol...
Gudder, Stan
2009-01-01
We first consider a method of centering and a change of variable formula for a quantum integral. We then present three types of quantum integrals. The first considers the expectation of the number of heads in $n$ flips of a "quantum coin". The next computes quantum integrals for destructive pairs examples. The last computes quantum integrals for a (Lebesgue)^2 quantum measure. For this last type we prove some quantum counterparts of the fundamental theorem of calculus.
Pandey, Chandan
2015-01-01
This book is intended for developers who are either already involved with enterprise integration or planning to venture into the domain. Basic knowledge of Java and Spring is expected. For newer users, this book can be used to understand an integration scenario, what the challenges are, and how Spring Integration can be used to solve it. Prior experience of Spring Integration is not expected as this book will walk you through all the code examples.
Sesquilinear uniform vector integral
Ion Chiţescu; Loredana Ioana; Radu Miculescu; Lucian Niţă
2015-05-01
We introduce and study an integral of Hilbert valued functions with respect to Hilbert valued measures. The integral is sesquilinear (bilinear in the real case) and takes scalar values. Basic properties of this integral are studied and some examples are introduced.
Foundations for Psychotherapy Integration
António Branco Vasco
2014-01-01
The movement for integration in psychotheray is clearly one of the main trends that can be observed in the field. The author stresses three main reasons for this state of affairs and as a way of justifying the importance of integration: historical and psychosocial, empirical and philosophical. A specific way of thinking in integrative terms is also outlined - "paradigmatic complementarity."
Foundations for Psychotherapy Integration
António Branco Vasco
2014-10-01
Full Text Available The movement for integration in psychotheray is clearly one of the main trends that can be observed in the field. The author stresses three main reasons for this state of affairs and as a way of justifying the importance of integration: historical and psychosocial, empirical and philosophical. A specific way of thinking in integrative terms is also outlined - "paradigmatic complementarity."
These notes form a fairly standard introduction to Wiener integration on Rsup(n) and on Riemannian manifolds. Feynman path integrals for non-relativistic quantum mechanics are also considered and compared to Wiener integrals. The basic approach is via cylinder set measures, Gaussian measures, and abstract Wiener spaces. (Auth.)
Bygstad, Bendik; Nielsen, Peter Axel; Munkvold, Bjørn Erik
2010-01-01
. Expanding the perspective of traditional project management research, we draw extensively on central insights from IS research. Building on socio-technical IS research and Software Engineering research we suggest four generic patterns of integration: Big Bang, Stakeholder Integration, Technical Integration...
Optimizing Computer Technology Integration
Dillon-Marable, Elizabeth; Valentine, Thomas
2006-01-01
The purpose of this study was to better understand what optimal computer technology integration looks like in adult basic skills education (ABSE). One question guided the research: How is computer technology integration best conceptualized and measured? The study used the Delphi method to map the construct of computer technology integration and…
Moerel, J.L.; Halswijk, W.
2010-01-01
These notes deal with the integration of a (sc)ramjet engine in either an axisymmetric or a waverider type of cruise missile configuration. The integration aspects relate to the integration of the external and internal flow paths in geometrical configurations that are being considered worldwide. Int
Discrete bipolar universal integrals
Greco, S.; Mesiar, Radko; Rindone, F.
2014-01-01
Roč. 252, č. 1 (2014), s. 55-65. ISSN 0165-0114 R&D Projects: GA ČR GAP402/11/0378 Institutional support: RVO:67985556 Keywords : bipolar integral * universal integral * Choquet integral Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics Impact factor: 1.986, year: 2014 http://library.utia.cas.cz/separaty/2014/E/mesiar-0432224.pdf
Specialization and Integral Closure
Hong, J.; Ulrich, B.
2006-01-01
We prove that the integral closedness of any ideal of height at least two is compatible with specialization by a generic element. This opens the possibility for proofs using induction on the height of an ideal. Also, with additional assumptions, we show that an element is integral over a module if it is integral modulo a generic element of the module. This turns questions about integral closures of modules into problems about integral closures of ideals, by means of a construction known as Bo...
Merritt, Scott; Krainak, Michael
2016-01-01
Integrated photonics generally is the integration of multiple lithographically defined photonic and electronic components and devices (e.g. lasers, detectors, waveguides passive structures, modulators, electronic control and optical interconnects) on a single platform with nanometer-scale feature sizes. The development of photonic integrated circuits permits size, weight, power and cost reductions for spacecraft microprocessors, optical communication, processor buses, advanced data processing, and integrated optic science instrument optical systems, subsystems and components. This is particularly critical for small spacecraft platforms. We will give an overview of some NASA applications for integrated photonics.
The NRC has recognized the need to integrate generic issues (GIs). The GI process includes a number of phases, all of which should recognize the potential for overlap and conflict among related issues. In addition to the issues themselves, other related NRC and industry programs and activities need to be factored into the GI process. Integration has taken place, or is taking place, for a number of GIs. Each case of integration involves a specific set of circumstances and, as a result, the way in which integration proceeds can vary. This paper discusses the integration of issues in the generic issue process and provides a number of examples
Ana Sofia Filipe Marote
2012-12-01
Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: to undertake an integrative literature review on the issue of "Children as carers". This is an emerging topic in the provision of health care, but nevertheless has a low profile in the literature. METHODOLOGY: this study was based in a survey of nine databases of scientific articles, using as descriptor: child, young, caregivers, lay carer and nursing role, as well as the corresponding terms in Portuguese. 21 articles were analyzed. RESULTS: these were organized into six categories - factors which motivate the child to take on the role of caregiver; these children's characteristics; tasks performed; time spent in caring; consequences of providing care and the role of the nurse in partnership with these children and their families. CONCLUSION: the children as carers are a focus of attention relevant to nursing practice, this issue representing an opportunity for investigation in Portuguese-speaking countries, as no article was found on the subject in Portuguese. In addition, with this first study in Portuguese, a work of the creation of a bibliography is begun, allowing an awareness of the issue and the identification of ways to respond to the families involved, in line with their needs.OBJETIVO: realizar una revisión bibliográfica integrativa del tema "Niños como Cuidadores". Se Trata de un tema emergente en la prestación de atenciones de salud, que sin embargo se mantiene poco visible en la literatura. METODOLOGÍA: se basó en una investigación sobre nueve bases de datos de artículos científicos, utilizándose como descriptores: child, young, caregivers, lay carer y nursing role, así como los correspondientes en portugués. Fueron analizados 21 artículos. RESULTADOS: fueron organizados en seis categorías - factores que motivan el niño a asumir el papel de cuidador; características de esos niños; tareas desempeñadas; tiempo pasado a cuidar; consecuencias de la prestación de atenciones y papel del enfermero junto de
Data Integration for Integrated Research and Care.
Winter, Alfred; Hilgers, Ralf-Dieter; Hofestädt, Ralf; Knaup-Gregori, Petra; Ose, Claudia; Timmer, Antje
2016-08-01
A national German funding initiative for Medical Informatics focusing at data integration for medicine gives an opportunity to reopen a window to Germany. In the open window appears a best paper selection of the 2015 annual conference of the German Society of Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology and papers of the German journal GMS Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology (MIBE). The publications in focus deal with data integration by transferring clinical routine data into an electronic data capture (EDC) system, using natural language processing to make unstructured date processable, measuring quality of record linkage, and by using a unified metadata scheme for integrated documentation in laboratories. Two additional papers present methods for data analysis especially for change point detection in binary sequences and for analyzing categorial data. PMID:27406981
Immigrant Integration: Acculturation and Social Integration
Astrid HAMBERGER
2009-11-01
Full Text Available This article tackles the concept of “immigrant integration” as it is analyzed by different authors in the international migration field. In this article, I will use the terms “refugee” and “immigrant” as equivalent to each other due to the interchangeable character of these concepts throughout the integration literature. First, the article brings into discussion the definitional and conceptual battle around the concept of immigrant “integration”, and second, it will describe and analyze cultural and social integration with their presupposing processes.
In atomic structure calculations, one has to evaluate the Slater integrals. In the present program, the authors evaluate exactly the Slater integral when hydrogenic wave functions are used for the bound-state orbitals. When hydrogenic wave functions are used, the Slater integrals involve integrands which can be written in the form of a product of an exponential, exp(ax) and a known analytic polynomial function, f(x). By repeated partial integration such an integral can be expressed in terms of a finite series involving the exponential, the polynomial function and its derivatives. PL/1-FORMAC has a built-in subroutine that will analytically find the derivatives of any multinomial. Thus, the finite series and hence the Slater integral can be evaluated analytically. (Auth.)
Bugdol, Marek
2015-01-01
Examining the challenges of integrated management, this book explores the importance and potential benefits of using an integrated approach as a cross-functional concept of management. It covers not only standardized management systems (e.g. International Organization for Standardization), but also models of self-assessment, as well as different types of integration. Furthermore, it demonstrates how processes and systems can be integrated, and how management efficiency can be increased. The major part of this book focuses on management concepts which use integration as a key tool of management processes (e.g. the systematic approach, supply chain management, virtual and network organizations, processes management and total quality management). Case studies, illustrations, and tables are also provided to exemplify and illuminate the content, as well as examples of successful and failed integrations. Providing a particularly useful resource to managers and specialists involved in the improvement of organization...
What constitutes information integrity?
S. Flowerday
2008-01-01
Full Text Available This research focused on what constitutes information integrity as this is a problem facing companies today. Moreover, information integrity is a pillar of information security and is required in order to have a sound security management programme. However, it is acknowledged that 100% information integrity is not currently achievable due to various limitations and therefore the auditing concept of reasonable assurance is adopted. This is in line with the concept that 100% information security is not achievable and the notion that adequate security is the goal, using appropriate countermeasures. The main contribution of this article is to illustrate the importance of and provide a macro view of what constitutes information integrity. The findings are in harmony with Samuel Johnson's words (1751: 'Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.'
Integration of reusable systems
Rubin, Stuart
2014-01-01
Software reuse and integration has been described as the process of creating software systems from existing software rather than building software systems from scratch. Whereas reuse solely deals with the artifacts creation, integration focuses on how reusable artifacts interact with the already existing parts of the specified transformation. Currently, most reuse research focuses on creating and integrating adaptable components at development or at compile time. However, with the emergence of ubiquitous computing, reuse technologies that can support adaptation and reconfiguration of architectures and components at runtime are in demand. This edited book includes 15 high quality research papers written by experts in information reuse and integration to cover the most recent advances in the field. These papers are extended versions of the best papers which were presented at IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration and IEEE International Workshop on Formal Methods Integration, which wa...
MEASURING INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION
Jerman, Damjana; Bruno ZAVRŠNIK
2011-01-01
The concept of integrated marketing communications continues to gain widespread attention and interest among academics and practitioners around the world. Among the objectives of our paper may be considered dealing with changes in the conceptualization of integrated marketing communication and measuring the dimensions of this conceptual area. Two priorities guide our paper: 1) a more complete view for the conceptualization of integrated marketing communication; and 2) an empirical analysis fo...
Retroviral Integration Site Selection
Angela Ciuffi; Sébastien Desfarges
2010-01-01
The stable insertion of a copy of their genome into the host cell genome is an essential step of the life cycle of retroviruses. The site of viral DNA integration, mediated by the viral-encoded integrase enzyme, has important consequences for both the virus and the host cell. The analysis of retroviral integration site distribution was facilitated by the availability of the human genome sequence, revealing the non-random feature of integration site selection and identifying different favored ...
Hybrid optofluidic integration
Parks, Joshua W.; Cai, Hong; Zempoaltecatl, Lynnell; Yuzvinsky, Thomas D.; Leake, Kaelyn; Hawkins, Aaron R.; Schmidt, Holger
2013-01-01
Complete integration of microfluidic and optical functions in a single lab-on-chip device is one goal of optofluidics. Here, we demonstrate the hybrid integration of a PDMS-based fluid handling layer with a silicon-based optical detection layer in a single optofluidic system. The optical layer consists of a liquid-core antiresonant reflecting optical waveguide (ARROW) chip that is capable of single particle detection and interfacing with optical fiber. Integrated devices are reconfigurable an...
What constitutes information integrity?
S. Flowerday; R. von Solms
2008-01-01
This research focused on what constitutes information integrity as this is a problem facing companies today. Moreover, information integrity is a pillar of information security and is required in order to have a sound security management programme. However, it is acknowledged that 100% information integrity is not currently achievable due to various limitations and therefore the auditing concept of reasonable assurance is adopted. This is in line with the concept that 100% information securit...
What constitutes information integrity?
S. Flowerday; R. von Solms
2007-01-01
This research focused on what constitutes information integrity as this is a problem facing companies today. Moreover, information integrity is a pillar of information security and is required in order to have a sound security management programme. However, it is acknowledged that 100% information integrity is not currently achievable due to various limitations and therefore the auditing concept of reasonable assurance is adopted. This is in line with the concept that 100% information securit...
Fractional Derivative and Integral
Aygören, Aysel
2014-01-01
ABSTRACT: In this thesis we studied fractional order derivative and integral. In Chapter1, a brief history on the foundation of fractional derivative and integration has been given. In the second chapter, some definitions and theorems have been provided. Also some needed special functions such as Gamma, Beta, Mittag-Leffler and Wright function have taken place in this chapter. Properties of fractional derivative and integral are discussed in Chapter 3. We started to this chapter by the dis...
Crainic, M.; Fernandes, R.L.
2001-01-01
In this paper we present the solution to a longstanding problem of dierential geometry Lies third theorem for Lie algebroids We show that the integrability problem is controlled by two computable obstructions As applications we derive explain and improve the known integrability results we establish integrability by local Lie groupoids we clarify the smoothness of the Poisson sigmamodel for Poisson manifolds and we describe other geometrical applications Our approach also puts into a new persp...
Technology Strategy Integration
Carter, Keith L.
2012-01-01
Techno-strategic integration is the process through which militaries integrate technological advances into a strategy that maximizes their advantages. While sheer military might is a function of a variety of factors, technology has taken center stage in the past two centuries. The industrial revolution changed the way war was fought, and the changes had wide ranging effects. The calamity of the First World War was in some ways a failure to techno-strategically integrate industrial age technol...
This document presents the integrated reactors concepts by a presentation of four reactors: PIUS, SIR, IRIS and CAREM. The core conception, the operating, the safety, the economical aspects and the possible users are detailed. From the performance of the classical integrated PWR, the necessity of new innovative fuels utilization, the research of a simplified design to make easier the safety and the KWh cost decrease, a new integrated reactor is presented: SCAR 600. (A.L.B.)
Tom Atlee
2010-01-01
Using the definition proposed here, integral politics can be a process of integrating diverse perspectives into wholesome guidance for a community or society. Characteristics that follow from this definition have ramifications for understanding what such political processes involve. Politics becomes integral as it transcends partisan battle and nurtures generative conversation toward the common good. Problems, conflicts and crises become opportunities for new (or renewed) social coherence. Co...
Classical Mechanics and Symplectic Integration
Nordkvist, Nikolaj; Hjorth, Poul G.
2005-01-01
Content: Classical mechanics: Calculus of variations, Lagrange’s equations, Symmetries and Noether’s theorem, Hamilton’s equations, cannonical transformations, integrable systems, pertubation theory. Symplectic integration: Numerical integrators, symplectic integrators, main theorem on symplectic...
EDB Eurasian Integration Yearbook 2009
Vinokurov, Evgeny
2009-01-01
The EDB Eurasian Integration Yearbook publishes papers, reports, and information materials addressing wide spectrum of pertinent issues of regional integration, in particular its economic and institutional aspects, the theories of regional integration, and relevant integrational experience.
Factorization of Behavioral Integrity
Li, Ximeng; Nielson, Flemming; Nielson, Hanne Riis
2015-01-01
We develop a bisimulation-based nonintereference property that describes the allowed dependencies between communication behaviors of different integrity levels. The property is able to capture all possible combinations of integrity levels for the “presence” and “content” of actual communications....... Channels of low presence integrity and high content integrity can be used to model the effect of Message Authentication Codes or the consequence of Denial of Service Attacks. In case the distinction between “presence” and “content” is deliberately blurred, the noninterference property specialises to a...
Towards THz integrated photonics
Hübers, Heinz-Wilhelm
2010-01-01
The demonstration of an integrated terahertz transceiver featuring a quantum cascade laser and a Schottky diode mixer promises new applications for compact and convenient terahertz photonic instrumentation.
Avionics systems integration technology
Stech, George; Williams, James R.
1988-01-01
A very dramatic and continuing explosion in digital electronics technology has been taking place in the last decade. The prudent and timely application of this technology will provide Army aviation the capability to prevail against a numerically superior enemy threat. The Army and NASA have exploited this technology explosion in the development and application of avionics systems integration technology for new and future aviation systems. A few selected Army avionics integration technology base efforts are discussed. Also discussed is the Avionics Integration Research Laboratory (AIRLAB) that NASA has established at Langley for research into the integration and validation of avionics systems, and evaluation of advanced technology in a total systems context.
The bipolar universal integral
Greco, S.; Mesiar, Radko; Rindone, F.
Heidelberg: Springer, 2012 - (Greco, S.; Bouchon-Meunier, B.; Coletti, G.; Fedrizzi, M.; Matarazzo, B.; Yager, R.), s. 360-369. (Communications in Computer and Information Science. 299). ISBN 978-3-642-31717-0. ISSN 1865-0929. [IPMU 2012 /14./. Catania (IT), 09.07.2012-13.07.2012] R&D Projects: GA ČR GAP402/11/0378 Institutional support: RVO:67985556 Keywords : bipolar integral * Choquet integral * universal integral Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics http://library.utia.cas.cz/separaty/2012/E/mesiar-the%20bipolar%20universal%20integral.pdf
Building integrated photovoltaic; Photovaltaique integre aux batiments
NONE
2004-01-01
Durable, modular and flexible in use, as demonstrated by the different case studies in this publication, photovoltaic can replace diverse building elements, from glass facades to weather proof roofs. This leaflet towards architects describes aesthetic, technical, economic and environmental interest of building integrated photovoltaic. (author)
Feynman integrals and hyperlogarithms
We study Feynman integrals in the representation with Schwinger parameters and derive recursive integral formulas for massless 3- and 4-point functions. Properties of analytic (including dimensional) regularization are summarized and we prove that in the Euclidean region, each Feynman integral can be written as a linear combination of convergent Feynman integrals. This means that one can choose a basis of convergent master integrals and need not evaluate any divergent Feynman graph directly. Secondly we give a self-contained account of hyperlogarithms and explain in detail the algorithms needed for their application to the evaluation of multivariate integrals. We define a new method to track singularities of such integrals and present a computer program that implements the integration method. As our main result, we prove the existence of infinite families of massless 3- and 4-point graphs (including the ladder box graphs with arbitrary loop number and their minors) whose Feynman integrals can be expressed in terms of multiple polylogarithms, to all orders in the ε-expansion. These integrals can be computed effectively with the presented program. We include interesting examples of explicit results for Feynman integrals with up to 6 loops. In particular we present the first exactly computed counterterm in massless φ4 theory which is not a multiple zeta value, but a linear combination of multiple polylogarithms at primitive sixth roots of unity (and divided by the √(3)). To this end we derive a parity result on the reducibility of the real- and imaginary parts of such numbers into products and terms of lower depth.
Key features of the IFR consist of a pool-type plant arrangement, a metal fuel-based core design, and an integral fuel cycle with colocated fuel cycle facility. Both the basic concept and the technology base have been demonstrated through actual integral cycle operation in EBR-II. This paper discusses the inherent safety characteristics of the IFR concept
The Fresnel Integrals Revisited
Chen, Hongwei
2009-01-01
This note presents another elementary method to evaluate the Fresnel integrals. It is interesting to see that this technique is also strong enough to capture a number of pairs of parameter integrals. The main ingredients of the method are the consideration of some related derivatives and linear differential equations.
Path integrals for pedestrians
Gozzi, Ennio; Pagani, Carlo
2016-01-01
This book serves as a pedagogical tool to teach path integrals to students and provide work-out problems. It covers the path integral for Wigner functions and for classical mechanics. This book is also useful for researchers and professionals not familiar with the topics but are interested to learn.
Integrated Marketing Communications
Black, Jim
2004-01-01
Integration has become a cliche in enrollment management and student services circles. The term is used to describe everything from integrated marketing to seamless services. Often, it defines organizational structures, processes, student information systems, and even communities. In Robert Sevier's article in this issue of "College and…
Integrity in Transactional Leadership
Miller, Thomas
2011-01-01
This chapter begins with a discussion of the impact of limited resources on the integrity of transactions between students and student affairs administrators. A framework and guiding principles for maintaining integrity are offered, and then some general principles for transactions with students are presented. Next, the chapter involves integrity…
2010-01-01
... 3 The President 1 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Scientific Integrity Presidential Documents Other Presidential Documents Memorandum of March 9, 2009 Scientific Integrity Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies Science and the scientific process must inform and guide decisions of...
Factoring multivariate integral polynomials.
Lenstra, A.K.
1983-01-01
An algorithm is presented to factorize polynomials in several variables with integral coefficients that is polynomial-time in the degrees of the polynomial to be factored, for any fixed number of variables. The algorithm generalizes the algorithm presented by A. K. Lenstra et al. to factorize integral polynomials in one variable.
The Integrated Renovation Process
Galiotto, Nicolas; Heiselberg, Per; Knudstrup, Mary-Ann
2015-01-01
the purpose of overcoming such barriers, a new scheme was proposed: the Integrated Renovation Process. In this paper, the scheme is applied to two single-family homes and is called the Integrated Renovation Process for Homes (IRP4homes). In both case studies, the newly developed methodology...
Religion and cultural integration
Borup, Jørn; Ahlin, Lars
2011-01-01
The relations and possible causality between religion, ethnicity, and cultural integration is discussed using empirical data from survey on a group people with Vietnamese origin in Denmark......The relations and possible causality between religion, ethnicity, and cultural integration is discussed using empirical data from survey on a group people with Vietnamese origin in Denmark...
Applied singular integral equations
Mandal, B N
2011-01-01
The book is devoted to varieties of linear singular integral equations, with special emphasis on their methods of solution. It introduces the singular integral equations and their applications to researchers as well as graduate students of this fascinating and growing branch of applied mathematics.
Markvorsen, Steen
2010-01-01
-integralerne. Undervejs introduceres \\texttt{Integrator8}. Det er en pakke med Maple procedurer, som er udviklet specielt med henblik på eksempelbaseret visuel læring af de indledende integrationsbegreber og deres mangfoldige anvendelser. Vi giver eksempler på, hvordan integration i flere variable anvendes til beregning...
Integrative STEM Education Defined
Sanders, Mark E.
2013-01-01
"In operationally defining integrative STEM education, we hope to avoid the gross confusion/ambiguity associated with STEM education. Those who wish to use integrative STEM education to describe instruction must be certain that instruction is grounded in the context of technological/engineering design activity.
D. Naylor
1986-01-01
Full Text Available This paper establishes properties of a convolution type integral transform whose kernel is a Macdonald type Bessel function of zero order. An inversion formula is developed and the transform is applied to obtain the solution of some related integral equations.
Intelligent test integration system
Sztipanovits, J.; Padalkar, S.; Rodriguez-Moscoso, J.; Kawamura, K.; Purves, B.; Williams, R.; Biglari, H.
1988-01-01
A new test technology is described which was developed for space system integration. The ultimate purpose of the system is to support the automatic generation of test systems in real time, distributed computing environments. The Intelligent Test Integration System (ITIS) is a knowledge based layer above the traditional test system components which can generate complex test configurations from the specification of test scenarios.
Academic Research Integration System
Surugiu, Iula; Velicano, Manole
2008-01-01
This paper comprises results concluding the research activity done so far regarding enhanced web services and system integration. The objective of the paper is to define the software architecture for a coherent framework and methodology for enhancing existing web services into an integrated system. This document presents the research work that has…
In 1992, the Secretary of Energy directed the Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management (EM) to develop an integrated, long-term, spent nuclear fuel (SNF) management program. In response, EM created the Integrated SNF Program to assess the US Department of Energy (DOE) SNF and SNF storage facilities. As shown in Figure 1 the Integrated SNF Program is responsible for life-cycle management of DOE SNF; that is characterization, processing, interim storage and preparation for disposal. In order to implement the Program it was recognized that technology needs must be identified. A Technology Integration Program was formed to integrate the DOE complex-wide efforts for establishing timely, cost effective and consistent technical criteria for the development of technical solutions. The program is directed toward identification of: (a) what activities need to be done, (b) when they need to be completed, and (c) what priority should be assigned to the various activities
Tom Atlee
2010-03-01
Full Text Available Using the definition proposed here, integral politics can be a process of integrating diverse perspectives into wholesome guidance for a community or society. Characteristics that follow from this definition have ramifications for understanding what such political processes involve. Politics becomes integral as it transcends partisan battle and nurtures generative conversation toward the common good. Problems, conflicts and crises become opportunities for new (or renewed social coherence. Conversational methodologies abound that can help citizen awareness temporarily expand during policy-making, thus helping raise society’s manifested developmental stage. Convening archetypal stakeholders or randomly selected citizens in conversations designed to engage the broader public enhances democratic legitimacy. With minimal issue- and candidate-advocacy, integral political leaders would develop society’s capacity to use integral conversational tools to improve its health, resilience, and collective intelligence. This both furthers and manifests evolution becoming conscious of itself.
Young, T.
This book is intended to be used as a textbook in a one-semester course at a variety of levels. Because of self-study features incorporated, it may also be used by practicing electronic engineers as a formal and thorough introduction to the subject. The distinction between linear and digital integrated circuits is discussed, taking into account digital and linear signal characteristics, linear and digital integrated circuit characteristics, the definitions for linear and digital circuits, applications of digital and linear integrated circuits, aspects of fabrication, packaging, and classification and numbering. Operational amplifiers are considered along with linear integrated circuit (LIC) power requirements and power supplies, voltage and current regulators, linear amplifiers, linear integrated circuit oscillators, wave-shaping circuits, active filters, DA and AD converters, demodulators, comparators, instrument amplifiers, current difference amplifiers, analog circuits and devices, and aspects of troubleshooting.
Röcklinsberg, H.; Gamborg, Christian; Gjerris, Mickey
2014-01-01
welfare and animal ethics through the concept of animal integrity. A further aim is to elaborate on possible improvements to project evaluation by considering animal integrity. We argue that concepts like animal integrity are often left out of project authorization processes within AECs, because animal...... ethics is often interpreted narrowly to include only certain aspects of animal welfare. Firstly, we describe the task of an AEC and discuss what has typically been regarded as ethically relevant in the assessment process. Secondly, we categorize four notions of integrity found in the literature to show...... the complexity of the concept and furthermore to indicate its strengths. Thirdly, we discuss how certain interpretations of integrity can be included in AEC assessments to encapsulate wider ethical concerns and, perhaps even increase the democratic legitimacy of AECs....
Integrable Cosmological Potentials
Sokolov, V V
2016-01-01
The problem of classification of the Einstein--Friedman cosmological Hamiltonians $H$ with a single scalar inflaton field $\\varphi$ that possess an additional integral of motion polynomial in momenta on the shell of the Friedman constraint $H=0$ is considered. Necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of first, second, and third degree integrals are derived. These conditions have the form of ODEs for the cosmological potential $V(\\varphi)$. In the case of linear and quadratic integrals we find general solutions of the ODEs and construct the corresponding integrals explicitly. A new wide class of Hamiltonians that possess a cubic integral is derived. The corresponding potentials are represented in a parametric form in terms of the associated Legendre functions. Six families of special elementary solutions are described and sporadic superintegrable cases are discussed.
Neuroeconomics and Integrated Care
Larsen, Torben
2012-01-01
Background: Fragmented specialized care for the frail elderly as claimed by WHO needs horizontal integration across settings. The home of the patient seems to be a promising place to integrate hospital care, primary care and social services for high-risk discharges where the quality...... of rehabilitation makes a difference. Objective: The study aims to reveal how integrated home care may be organised to improve quality of care as compared to usual hospital care. Method: A qualitative case study of the use of a neuroeconomic model in relation to multidisciplianry collaboration on a RCT...... of integrated home care for stroke patients. Results: (1) The classical understanding of CNS is that of a dual system of ANS and Cortex. The new neuroeconomic understanding is that of a reciprocal balance of Limbic System (LS) and Neocortex (NC). This applies directly in favour of integrated homecare compared...
Descifrando el sustrato atencional en el entorno telemático: ¿atención digitalizada?
Etcheverry, Patricia; Maldonado, Calixto
2013-01-01
El imaginario social formador de conductas, valores y preferencias se halla enmarcado en un nuevo Paradigma: el entorno telemático. En el área de Educación Media y frente a la implementación del Programa Nacional Digital “Conectar Igualdad” y el modelo 1:1, resulta inminente abordar una Investigación Motivacional de base Cualitativa acerca de los nuevos modos adquiridos por los estudiantes en el procesamiento de la información desde este novedoso entorno social digital. En la renovación de pr...
La relación entre la capacidad de atencion dividida y la estimación prospectiva del tiempo
Susana Celeste Azzollini
2004-01-01
Full Text Available Se realizó una investigación cuyo objetivo fue determinar si la capacidad de atención dividida resultaba explicativa de la variabilidad de las estimaciones prospectivas del tiempo. Los modelos teóricos sobre dicha estimación postulan que los recursos atencionales de procesamiento están divididos entre un procesador temporal, que cuenta y almacena unidades temporales subjetivas (Subjective Temporal Units - STUs y otras actividades de procesamiento no temporal (Zakay, 1993. Se seleccionó una muestra de 36 estudiantes universitarios que fueron asignados al azar a cada una de las seis condiciones experimentales, determinadas por un diseño factorial 3 x 2, y sus factores básicos fueron: cantidad de tareas y niveles de complejidad del material. Se confeccionaron materiales para las diferentes tareas y otros con el fin de evaluar las aptitudes mnémicas y la capacidad de atención dividida. Se solicitó a los sujetos que mientras realizaban las tareas, detuvieran un cronómetro cuando consideraran que había pasado un período de tiempo predeterminado. La estimación del tiempo se calculó por la diferencia en segundos entre el tiempo real y el tiempo estimado. Los datos se procesaron con análisis de correlación, discriminante y factorial de variancia. Los resultados obtenidos indican que la capacidad de atención dividida se correlaciona con la estimación temporal prospectiva y además, la capacidad de atención dividida resulta un buen predictor de la capacidad estimativa de los sujetos, especialmente de los sobre-estimadores. Las diferencias en las aptitudes mnémicas no explicaron la variabilidad de las estimaciones prospectivas.
González Gómez, Carlota; Menchén Aparicio, Marina; Fernández Carrasco, Francisco; Sempere Tortosa, Mireia Luisa; García Fernández, José Manuel; Navarro Soria, Ignacio Javier; Vicent Juan, Maria; Gonzálvez Macià, Carolina
2015-01-01
Uno de los factores fundamentales a tener en cuenta en el proceso de aprendizaje es la atención, máxime si consideramos que se trata del primer paso que debe darse en todo proceso de aprendizaje. Derivado de una falta de atención, inatención o dificultad para mantenerla o focalizarla, pueden surgir otros problemas con frecuencia asociados a ellos, como son un bajo rendimiento, problemas de comprensión, inadecuado desarrollo de las competencias esperadas e incluso conductas asociadas que dific...
Vertcal integration: origins of oil industry integration
This article examines the structure of the US oil industry in relation to the history of the industry, capital market assumptions, and advice on the enhancement of 'shareholder value'. The driving forces behind the attempts to establish cartels and vertical integration are considered, and the emergence of US companies resulting from the break-up of the Standard Oil Trust cartel, the influence of costs and logistics on the structure of the industry outside the USA , and the structure of the natural gas industry are discussed along with the discovery of large Middle East oil reserves, the enormous growth in demand for oil products in Europe and Japan, and the formation of the OPEC cartel. Details are given of the breaking down of vertical integration in the big oil companies, the theory of conglomerates, the success of big companies, the importance of scale to balance exploration risks, and the need to adjust in time to shifts in the business environment
Immigrant Integration: Acculturation and Social Integration
Astrid HAMBERGER
2009-01-01
This article tackles the concept of “immigrant integration” as it is analyzed by different authors in the international migration field. In this article, I will use the terms “refugee” and “immigrant” as equivalent to each other due to the interchangeable character of these concepts throughout the integration literature. First, the article brings into discussion the definitional and conceptual battle around the concept of immigrant “integration”, and second, it will describe an...
Long Pulse Integrator of Variable Integral Time Constant
A kind of new long pulse integrator was designed based on the method of variable integral time constant and deducting integral drift by drift slope. The integral time constant can be changed by choosing different integral resistors, in order to improve the signal-to-noise ratio, and avoid output saturation; the slope of integral drift of a certain period of time can be calculated by digital signal processing, which can be used to deduct the drift of original integral signal in real time to reduce the integral drift. The tests show that this kind of long pulse integrator is good at reducing integral drift, which also can eliminate the effects of changing integral time constant. According to experiments, the integral time constant can be changed by remote control and manual adjustment of integral drift is avoided, which can improve the experiment efficiency greatly and can be used for electromagnetic measurement in Tokamak experiment. (authors)
NONE
1995-04-01
Integrated assessment can be used to evaluate and clarify resource management policy options and outcomes for decision makers. The defining characteristics of integrated assessment are (1) focus on providing information and analysis that can be understood and used by decision makers rather than for merely advancing understanding and (2) its multidisciplinary approach, using methods, styles of study, and considerations from a broader variety of technical areas than would typically characterize studies produced from a single disciplinary standpoint. Integrated assessment may combine scientific, social, economic, health, and environmental data and models. Integrated assessment requires bridging the gap between science and policy considerations. Because not everything can be valued using a single metric, such as a dollar value, the integrated assessment process also involves evaluating trade-offs among dissimilar attributes. Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) recognized the importance and value of multidisciplinary approaches to solving environmental problems early on and have pioneered the development of tools and methods for integrated assessment over the past three decades. Major examples of ORNL`s experience in the development of its capabilities for integrated assessment are given.
Three dimensional system integration
Papanikolaou, Antonis; Radojcic, Riko
2010-01-01
Three-dimensional (3D) integrated circuit (IC) stacking is the next big step in electronic system integration. It enables packing more functionality, as well as integration of heterogeneous materials, devices, and signals, in the same space (volume). This results in consumer electronics (e.g., mobile, handheld devices) which can run more powerful applications, such as full-length movies and 3D games, with longer battery life. This technology is so promising that it is expected to be a mainstream technology a few years from now, less than 10-15 years from its original conception. To achieve thi
Wolfendale, E
2013-01-01
MOS Integral Circuit Design aims to help in the design of integrated circuits, especially large-scale ones, using MOS Technology through teaching of techniques, practical applications, and examples. The book covers topics such as design equation and process parameters; MOS static and dynamic circuits; logic design techniques, system partitioning, and layout techniques. Also featured are computer aids such as logic simulation and mask layout, as well as examples on simple MOS design. The text is recommended for electrical engineers who would like to know how to use MOS for integral circuit desi
Biophotonic integrated circuits
Cohen, Daniel A.; Nolde, Jill A.; Wang, Chad S.; Skogen, Erik J.; Rivlin, A.; Coldren, Larry A.
2004-12-01
Biosensors rely on optical techniques to obtain high sensitivity and speed, but almost all biochips still require external light sources, optics, and detectors, which limits the widespread use of these devices. The optoelectronics technology base now allows monolithic integration of versatile optical sources, novel sensing geometries, filters, spectrometers, and detectors, enabling highly integrated chip-scale sensors. We discuss biophotonic integrated circuits built on both GaAs and InP substrates, incorporating widely tunable lasers, novel evanescent field sensing waveguides, heterodyne spectrometers, and waveguide photodetectors, suitable for high sensitivity transduction of affinity assays.
Ethics and academic integrity.
Milton, Constance L
2015-01-01
Academics from across the globe must navigate ever-increasing demands for research, practice, and educational productivity. With the increased demands, nurse faculty must choose value priorities and actions that reflect academic integrity. What does it mean to choose actions that reflect personal integrity in the academic arena? This article begins an important nursing philosophical and theoretical discussion that members and future members of the discipline of nursing must reflect upon and grapple with as they consider what it potentially means to act with straight thinking and integrity in academics. PMID:25520458
Danilov, Viatcheslav; /Oak Ridge; Nagaitsev, Sergei; /Fermilab
2011-11-01
Many quantum integrable systems are obtained using an accelerator physics technique known as Ermakov (or normalized variables) transformation. This technique was used to create classical nonlinear integrable lattices for accelerators and nonlinear integrable plasma traps. Now, all classical results are carried over to a nonrelativistic quantum case. In this paper we have described an extension of the Ermakov-like transformation to the Schroedinger and Pauli equations. It is shown that these newly found transformations create a vast variety of time dependent quantum equations that can be solved in analytic functions, or, at least, can be reduced to time-independent ones.
Integration, measure and probability
Pitt, H R
2012-01-01
This text provides undergraduate mathematics students with an introduction to the modern theory of probability as well as the roots of the theory's mathematical ideas and techniques. Centered around the concept of measure and integration, the treatment is applicable to other branches of analysis and explores more specialized topics, including convergence theorems and random sequences and functions.The initial part is devoted to an exploration of measure and integration from first principles, including sets and set functions, general theory, and integrals of functions of real variables. These t
Kelley, C.T.; Xue, Z.Q. [North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC (United States)
1994-12-31
Many discretizations of integral equations and compact fixed point problems are collectively compact and strongly convergent in spaces of continuous functions. These properties not only lead to stable and convergent approximations but also can be used in the construction of fast multilevel algorithms. Recently the GMRES algorithm has become a standard coarse mesh solver. The purpose of this paper is to show how the special properties of integral operators and their approximations are reflected in the performance of the GMRES iteration and how these properties can be used to strengthen the norm in which convergence takes place. The authors illustrate these ideas with composite Gauss rules for integral equations on the unit interval.
Jääskelä, Markus
2011-01-01
The object of this thesis was to improve the integration between Enovia PLM system and SAP ERP system in Technia’s customer project. The integration is done by configuring and improving the Enovia PLM system and AWE plug-in. As a result of this integration the customer’s end user can send Items and sales / delivery structures from Enovia to SAP. The results of this thesis meet the objectives set in the beginning. The end product has passed the customer’s acceptance tests and is ready to ...
Principles of data integration
Doan, AnHai; Ives, Zachary
2012-01-01
How do you approach answering queries when your data is stored in multiple databases that were designed independently by different people? This is first comprehensive book on data integration and is written by three of the most respected experts in the field. This book provides an extensive introduction to the theory and concepts underlying today's data integration techniques, with detailed, instruction for their application using concrete examples throughout to explain the concepts. Data integration is the problem of answering queries that span multiple data sources (e.g., databases, web
Maystre, Daniel
2014-01-01
The chapter contains a detailed presentation of the surface integral theory for modelling light diffraction by surface-relief diffraction gratings having a one-dimensional periodicity. Several different approaches are presented, leading either to a single integral equation, or to a system of coupled integral equations. Special attention is paid to the singularities of the kernels, and to different techniques to accelerate the convergence of the numerical computations. The theory is applied to gratings having different profiles with or without edges, to real metal and dielectrics, and to perfectly conducting substrates.
Social integration i arbejdslivet
Nielsen, Kjeld; Christensen, Allan
2002-01-01
The study reported in this article is based on a combination of methods related to working environment and to organisational culture. The combination is aimed at studying the extent and meaning of the social integration of the employees in an institution for handicapped adults. It is the conclusion...... of the study that social integration depends on working environment conditions as well as cultural conditions. The social integration again is crucial for the way in which employees perceive the daily work situation and indirectly also for the well-being of the clients of the institution....
Integrated Health Management Definitions
National Aeronautics and Space Administration — The Joint Army Navy NASA Air Force Modeling and Simulation Subcommittee's Integrated Health Management panel was started about 6 years ago to help foster...
Acoustic integrated extinction
Norris, Andrew N
2015-01-01
The integrated extinction (IE) is defined as the integral of the scattering cross-section as a function of wavelength. Sohl et al. [1] derived an IE expression for acoustic scattering that is causal, i.e. the scattered wavefront in the forward direction arrives later than the incident plane wave in the background medium. The IE formula was based on electromagnetic results, for which scattering is causal by default. Here we derive a formula for the acoustic IE that is valid for causal and non-causal scattering. The general result is expressed as an integral of the time dependent forward scattering function. The IE reduces to a finite integral for scatterers with zero long-wavelength monopole and dipole amplitudes. Implications for acoustic cloaking are discussed and a new metric is proposed for broadband acoustic transparency.
Integrated Criteria document Chlorophenols
Slooff W; Bremmer HJ; Janus JA; Matthijsen AJCM; van Beelen P; van den Berg R; Bloemen HJT; Canton JH; Eerens HC; Hrubec J; Janssens H; Jumelet JC; Knaap AGAC; de Leeuw FAAM; van der Linden AMA; Loch JPG; van Loveren H; Peijnenburg WJGM; Piersma AH; Struijs J; Taalman RDFM; Theelen RMC; van der Velde JMA; Verburgh JJ; Versteegh JFM; van der Woerd KF
1991-01-01
Bij dit rapport behoort een bijlage onder hetzelfde nummer getiteld: "Integrated Criteria document Chlorophenols: Effects:" Auteurs : Janus JA
Taalman RDFM; Theelen RMC en is de engelse editie van 710401003
State Program Integrity Reviews
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — State program integrity reviews play a critical role in how CMS provides effective support and assistance to states in their efforts to combat provider fraud and...
Attention enhances feature integration.
Paul, Liza; Schyns, Philippe G
2003-08-01
Perceptual processing delays between attribute dimensions (e.g. color, form and motion) [Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 264 (1997) 1407] have been attributed to temporal processing asynchronies resulting from functional segregation of visual information [Science 240 (1988) 740]. In addition, several lines of evidence converge to suggest that attention plays an important role in the integration of functionally processed information. However, exactly how attention modulates the temporal integration of information remains unclear. Here, we examined how attention modulates the integration of color and form into a unitary perception. Results suggest that attending to the location of an object enhances the integration of its defining attributes by speeding up the perceptual processing of each attribute dimension. Moreover, the perceptual asynchrony between attributes remains constant across attended and unattended conditions because attention seems to offer each processing dimension an equal processing advantage. PMID:12826102
Goldstein, C M
1983-01-01
The development of integrated library systems is discussed. The four major discussion points are (1) initial efforts; (2) network resources; (3) minicomputer-based systems; and (4) beyond library automation. Four existing systems are cited as examples of current systems.
Integration a functional approach
Bichteler, Klaus
1998-01-01
This book covers Lebesgue integration and its generalizations from Daniell's point of view, modified by the use of seminorms. Integrating functions rather than measuring sets is posited as the main purpose of measure theory. From this point of view Lebesgue's integral can be had as a rather straightforward, even simplistic, extension of Riemann's integral; and its aims, definitions, and procedures can be motivated at an elementary level. The notion of measurability, for example, is suggested by Littlewood's observations rather than being conveyed authoritatively through definitions of (sigma)-algebras and good-cut-conditions, the latter of which are hard to justify and thus appear mysterious, even nettlesome, to the beginner. The approach taken provides the additional benefit of cutting the labor in half. The use of seminorms, ubiquitous in modern analysis, speeds things up even further. The book is intended for the reader who has some experience with proofs, a beginning graduate student for example. It might...
Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl
2015-01-01
Integrity can be defined in the following sense: Integrity accounts for the inviolability of the human being. Although originally a virtue of uncorrupted character, expressing uprightness, honesty, and good intentions, it has, like dignity, been universalized as a quality of the person as such....... Thus, it refers to the coherence of life that should not be touched and destroyed. It is coherence of life being remembered from experiences and therefore can be told in a narrative. Therefore respect for integrity is respect for privacy and in particular for the patient's understanding of his or her...... own life and illness. Integrity is the most important principle for the creation of trust between physician and patient, because it demands that the physician listens to the patient telling the story about his or her life and illness....
Pair Correlation Function Integrals
Wedberg, Nils Hejle Rasmus Ingemar; O'Connell, John P.; Peters, Günther H.J.;
2011-01-01
numerical tests complementing previous results. Pure molecular fluids are here studied in the isothermal-isobaric ensemble with isothermal compressibilities evaluated from the total correlation function integrals and compared with values derived from volume fluctuations. For systems where the radial...
Chester, A; Bertolotti, M
1994-01-01
This volwne contains the Proceedings of a two-week summer conference titled "Advances in Integrated Optics" held June 1-9, 1993, in Erice, Sicily. This was the 18th annual course organized by the International School of Quantum Electronics, under the auspices of the "Ettore Majorana" Centre for Scientific Culture. The term Integrated Optics signifies guided-wave optical circuits consisting of two or more devices on a single substrate. Since its inception in the late 1960's, Integrated Optics has evolved from a specialized research topic into a broad field of work, ranging from basic research through commercial applications. Today many devices are available on market while a big effort is devolved to research on integrated nonlinear optical devices. This conference was organized to provide a comprehensive survey of the frontiers of this technology, including fundamental concepts, nonlinear optical materials, devices both in the linear and nonlinear regimes, and selected applications. These Proceedings update a...
Stochastic Lie group integrators
Malham, Simon J A
2007-01-01
We present Lie group integrators for nonlinear stochastic differential equations with non-commutative vector fields whose solution evolves on a smooth finite dimensional manifold. Given a Lie group action that generates transport along the manifold, we pull back the stochastic flow on the manifold to the Lie group via the action, and subsequently pull back the flow to the corresponding Lie algebra via the exponential map. We construct an approximation to the stochastic flow in the Lie algebra via closed operations and then push back to the Lie group and then to the manifold, thus ensuring our approximation lies in the manifold. We call such schemes stochastic Munthe-Kaas methods after their deterministic counterparts. We also present stochastic Lie group integration schemes based on Castell--Gaines methods. These involve using an underlying ordinary differential integrator to approximate the flow generated by a truncated stochastic exponential Lie series. They become stochastic Lie group integrator schemes if...
Funkhouser, John; Deslich, Barbara J.
2000-01-01
Explains the implementation of forensic science in an integrated curriculum and discusses the advantages of this approach. Lists the forensic science course syllabi studied in three high schools. Discusses the unit on polymers in detail. (YDS)
Complementary and Integrative Medicine
... medical treatments that are not part of mainstream medicine. When you are using these types of care, it may be called complementary, integrative, or alternative medicine. Complementary medicine is used together with mainstream medical ...
Cumulants as iterated integrals
Lehner, Franz
2009-01-01
A formula expressing cumulants in terms of iterated integrals of the distribution function is derived. It generalizes results of Jones and Balakrishnan who computed expressions for cumulants up to order 4.
Babusci, D.; Dattoli, G.; Germano, B.; Martinelli, M. R.; Ricci, P. E.
2011-01-01
We use the operator method to evaluate a class of integrals involving Bessel or Bessel-type functions. The technique we propose is based on the formal reduction of these family of functions to Gaussians.
Jørgensen, Tine Herreborg; Remmen, Arne; Mellado, M. Dolores
2006-01-01
Different approaches to integration of management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and SA 8000) with various levels of ambition have emerged. The tendency of increased compatibility between these standards has paved the road for discussions of, how to understand the different aspects...... of integration. The focus of the article is primarily to discuss three ambition levels of integration: from increased compatibility of system elements over coordination of generic processes to an embeddedness of an integrated management system (IMS) in a culture of learning and continuous improvements...... in order to make a coherent standard. So far, management systems have had major focus within organisations. However, in order to create competitive advantages for the organisation and contribute to a sustainable development, the IMS has to be expanded to include the whole product chain and all...
Systems Integration Fact Sheet
None
2016-06-01
This fact sheet is an overview of the Systems Integration subprogram at the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative. The Systems Integration subprogram enables the widespread deployment of safe, reliable, and cost-effective solar energy technologies by addressing the associated technical and non-technical challenges. These include timely and cost-effective interconnection procedures, optimal system planning, accurate prediction of solar resources, monitoring and control of solar power, maintaining grid reliability and stability, and many more. To address the challenges associated with interconnecting and integrating hundreds of gigawatts of solar power onto the electricity grid, the Systems Integration program funds research, development, and demonstration projects in four broad, interrelated focus areas: grid performance and reliability, dispatchability, power electronics, and communications.
Managing for Organizational Integrity.
Paine, Lynn Sharp
1994-01-01
Compliance-based ethics programs focus on prevention, detection, and punishment. Companies should adopt an integrity-based approach to ethics management that combines a concern for the law with an emphasis on managerial responsibility for ethical behavior. (JOW)
Rule-based information integration
Keijzer, de, S.; Keulen, van, H.
2005-01-01
In this report, we show the process of information integration. We specifically discuss the language used for integration. We show that integration consists of two phases, the schema mapping phase and the data integration phase. We formally define transformation rules, conversion, evolution and versioning. We further discuss the integration process from a data point of view.
PEV Integration with Renewables (Presentation)
Markel, T.
2014-06-18
This presentation discusses current research at NREL on integrating plug-in electric vehicles with the grid and using renewable energy to charge the grid. The Electric Vehicle Grid Integration (EVGI) and Integrated Network Testbed for Energy Grid Research and Technology Experimentation (INTEGRATE) are addressing the opportunities and technical requirements for vehicle grid integration that will increase marketability and lead to greater petroleum reduction.
Yuly A. Marín O
2014-01-01
Full Text Available Objetivo: explorar la atención de las urgencias médicas de los pacientes con inconsistencias en la afiliación al Sistema General de Seguridad Social en Salud (sgsss, en diferentes IPS de Medellín en el año 2012. Metodología: Se realizó una investigación cualitativa aplicando la Teoría Fundamentada; se realizaron 20 entrevistas semiestructuradas al personal de salud que laboraba en los servicios de urgencias y a pacientes con inconsistencias en la afiliación al sgsss. Resultados: existe incumplimiento de la normatividad que regula la prestación de los servicios de urgencias, convirtiendo los procesos administrativos en barreras para el acceso y la atención de las urgencias médicas, lo que deriva en atenciones carentes de integralidad. Conclusión: es necesario que los organismos de vigilancia del sgsss garanticen el cumplimiento de la normatividad vigente; además se requiere de un cambio en la legislación que supere los vacíos normativos, y una transformación en la forma de vinculación de los ciudadanos al sistema de salud que garantice el acceso universal y la atención integral de manera independiente de la estabilidad de las relaciones laborales Objective: to explore the healthcare provided for medical emergencies to patients with inconsistencies in their affiliation with the General System of Social Health Security (gsshs in various Health Providing Institutions (hpi of Medellin in 2012. Methodology: we conducted a qualitative study using Grounded Theory. Twenty semi-structured interviews were applied to healthcare professionals working at emergency departments and to patients with inconsistencies in their gsshs affiliation. Results: there is non-compliance with the regulations governing the provision of emergency services, which turns the administrative processes into barriers preventing access to the system and for providing healthcare in medical emergencies; this ultimately results in a lack of comprehensive healthcare
2014 SRP Integration Transcript
Steinberg, Susan
2014-01-01
HRP's mission is to reduce the risks to human health and performance during long-duration spaceflight. The HRP Integrated Research Plan (IRP) contains the research plans for the 32 risks that require research to characterize and mitigate. From its inception the "integrate" aspect of the IRP has denoted the integrated nature of risks to human health and performance. Even though each risk in the IRP has its own research plan and is tracked separately, the interrelated nature of health and performance requires that they be addressed in an integrative or holistic fashion so that the connectedness of physiological systems within the human body and the integrated response to spaceflight can be addressed. Common characteristics of the spaceflight environment include altered gravity, atmospheres, and light/dark cycles; space radiation; isolation; noise; and periods of high or low workload. Long-term exposure to this unique environment produces a suite of physiological effects such as stress; vision, neurocognitive, and anthropometric changes; circadian misalignment; fluid shifts; cardiovascular deconditioning; immune dysregulation; and altered nutritional requirements. Expanding cross-disciplinary integrative approaches that synthesize concepts or data from two or more disciplines would improve the identification and characterization risk factors, and enable the development of countermeasures relevant to multiple risks. Cross-disciplinary approaches might also help to illuminate problem areas that may arise when a countermeasure adversely impacts risks other than those which it was developed to mitigate, or to identify groupings of physiological changes that are likely to occur that may impact the overall risk posture. In 2014 HRP embarked on a pilot study that combined four SRPs (and 12 HRP risks) - Behavioral Health, Sensorimotor, Cardiovascular, and Bone/Muscle - specifically to discuss cross-disciplinary integration. The points outlined below were suggested to seed the
INTEGRATIVE PEDAGOGICAL BIOETHICS
Anna, Hubenko
2014-01-01
The state of bioethics in Ukraine, as well as in the world has been analyzed in this article. The author offers a model of integrative pedagogical bioethics and substantiates the necessity of the organization of the bioethics education and confirms the topicality of adoption of the new specialty – educatorbioethicist. The author defines the structure and method of the educational process and the new curriculum «Integrative Bioethics» for preparing educator-bioethicist specialist.
Clifford, David J.; Harris, James M.
2014-12-01
This is the IDC Re-Engineering Phase 2 project Integrated Master Plan (IMP). The IMP presents the major accomplishments planned over time to re-engineer the IDC system. The IMP and the associate Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) are used for planning, scheduling, executing, and tracking the project technical work efforts. REVISIONS Version Date Author/Team Revision Description Authorized by V1.0 12/2014 IDC Re- engineering Project Team Initial delivery M. Harris
Bilateral Integrative Medicine, Obviously
Shapiro, Simon J.; Stumpf, Steven H.
2006-01-01
Unstated and unacknowledged bias has a profound impact on the nature and implementation of integrative education models. Integrative education is the process of training conventional biomedical and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in each tradition such that patient care may be effectively coordinated. A bilateral education model ensures that students in each tradition are cross-taught by experts from the ‘other’ tradition, imparting knowledge and values in unison. Acculturation is ...
Negative und positive Integration
Scharpf, F.
2008-01-01
Der Beitrag beschäftigt sich mit den Wirkungen der europäischen Integration auf das Grundproblem traditioneller wie moderner Politischer Ökonomie: Die Arbeitsteilung zwischen Staat und Markt. Im Mittelpunkt steht die "negative Integration" und ihr einzigartiger Erfolg bei der Beseitigung der in den Nachkriegsjahrzehnten gewonnenen Kontrolle des Nationalstaates über seine ökonomischen Außengrenzen. Durch die "Konstitutionalisierung" des Wettbewerbsrechts haben die Europäische Kommission ...
Data Integration and Inconsistencies
Štuller, Július
Delft: SCSEurope Publishing House, 2002 - (Ibrahim, I.; Bressan, S.; Schwinger, W.), s. 114-124 ISBN 3-936150-18-4. [iiWAS2002. International Conference on Information Integration and Web -based Applications and Services /4./. Bandung (ID), 10.09.2002-12.09.2002] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA201/00/1489 Institutional research plan: AV0Z1030915 Keywords : data integration * inconsistency * inconsistency classification * inconsistencies resolution Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics
Asynchronous Variational Integrators
Lew, A.; Marsden, J. E.; Ortiz, M.; West, M
2003-01-01
We describe a new class of asynchronous variational integrators (AVI) for nonlinear elastodynamics. The AVIs are distinguished by the following attributes: (i) The algorithms permit the selection of independent time steps in each element, and the local time steps need not bear an integral relation to each other; (ii) the algorithms derive from a spacetime form of a discrete version of Hamilton’s variational principle. As a consequence of this variational structure, the algorith...
Lew, A.; Marsden, J. E.; Ortiz, M.; West, M
2004-01-01
The purpose of this paper is to review and further develop the subject of variational integration algorithms as it applies to mechanical systems of engineering interest. In particular, the conservation properties of both synchronous and asynchronous variational integrators (AVIs) are discussed in detail. We present selected numerical examples which demonstrate the excellent accuracy, conservation and convergence characteristics of AVIs. In these tests, AVIs are found to result in substantial ...
Software Integration Final Report
Bégin, Marc-Elian; Merifield, Louise
2012-01-01
This document reports on the integration activities performed during the whole StratusLab project, focusing on lessons learned and identifying the areas of improvement, throughout the different releases of the StratusLab software, including the process used during the development, integration and test. The goal of this document is also to provide lessons that could be applied as the project transitions to an open source consortium, such that it continues to improve its performance.
Vidmar, David
2011-01-01
Company management policy, that includes CRM (Customer Relationship Management) that is implemented with CRM computer system is rapidly growing in importance in Slovenia and worldwide. But just implementing CRM system is not enough if we want system that is well accepted and used daily. Integration with other systems in company is very important when implementing CRM system. Four types of integration are defined and they are usage, replication, synhronization and business process integrati...
Integrated Risk Management Practices
P B Arya
2012-01-01
Various practices in the field of integrated risk management which is aimed at mitigating the effect of various risks exposure of the company and thus improving short term and long term value for stakeholders is focal point of this paper. Various organized interventions in the field of risk management have been mentioned in the paper which elaborates the importance and utility of risk management systems and models. Various ERM frameworks like COSO Integrated risk management model for enterpri...
Cultural integration in Europe
Constant, Amelie F.; Nottmeyer, Olga; Zimmermann, Klaus F.
2009-01-01
This chapter investigates the integration processes of immigrants in Germany by comparing certain immigrant groups to natives differentiating by gender and immigrant generation. Indicators which are supposed to capture cultural integration of immigrants are differences in marital behavior as well as language abilities, ethnic identification and religious distribution. A special feature of the available data is information about overall life satisfaction, risk aversion and political interest. ...
Cultural Integration in Germany
Constant, Amelie F.; Nottmeyer, Olga; Zimmermann, Klaus F.
2009-01-01
This chapter investigates the integration processes of immigrants in Germany by comparing certain immigrant groups to natives differentiating by gender and immigrant generation. Indicators which are supposed to capture cultural integration of immigrants are differences in marital behavior as well as language abilities, ethnic identification and religious distribution. A special feature of the available data is information about overall life satisfaction, risk aversion and political interest. ...
Horizontal Integration of Knowledge
Klimešová, Dana; Vostrovský, V.
Palma de Mallorca: IASTED, 2008, s. 191-196. ISBN 978-0-88986-755-0. [ Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing (ASC 2008). Palma de Mallorca (ES), 01.09.2008-03.09.2008] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z10750506 Keywords : Intelligent systems * horizontal knowledge integration * multi-criteria evaluation * decision support Subject RIV: IN - Informatics, Computer Science http://library.utia.cas.cz/separaty/2008/ZOI/klimesova-horizontal integration of knowledge.pdf
Schoenfelder, V.; Lichti, G.; Winkler, C.
2004-10-01
The 5th INTEGRAL workshop "The INTEGRAL Universe" was held at the premises of the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften in Munich, Germany, from February 16 - 20, 2004. The workshop was attended by over 230 scientists from all over the world. The aim of the workshop was twofold: to bring the scientists together who are using data from the INTEGRAL mission and to present first results which were obtained by the four INTEGRAL instruments during the first 18 months of operation. It was for the first time after launch that INTEGRAL results were presented and discussed in a broader scientific context and compared with results obtained with other instruments at different wavelengths (especially in the optical, infrared and radio). Naturally the results concentrated mainly on the hard X-ray regime since photons are plentiful and the sensitivity of the INTEGRAL instruments is best there. But also very interesting early results at low-energy gamma-rays, especially on gamma-ray lines, were presented. Because of INTEGRAL?s ability to measure and localize gamma-ray bursts quickly, this topic also drew a lot of attention and stimulating results were presented. The following list emphasizes the scientific importance of the topics which were covered by 6 invited, 1 special and 64 contributed talks as well as about 180 posters: + Nucleosynthesis and gamma-ray line spectroscopy + Pulsars + X-ray binaries (with neutron stars and black holes) + Interstellar continuum emission + AGN (Seyferts and Blazars) + Clusters of galaxies + Cosmic background radiation + Gamma-ray bursts + Unidentified gamma-ray sources + Solar flare gamma-rays + Data analysis (posters only) * Future instruments and missions (posters only)
Integrable Quantum Computation
Zhang, Yong
2011-01-01
Integrable quantum computation is defined as quantum computing via the integrable condition, in which two-qubit gates are either nontrivial unitary solutions of the Yang--Baxter equation or the Swap gate (permutation). To make the definition clear, in this article, we explore the physics underlying the quantum circuit model, and then present a unified description on both quantum computing via the Bethe ansatz and quantum computing via the Yang--Baxter equation.
Integrated Control and Scheduling
Årzén, Karl-Erik; Bernhardsson, Bo; Eker, Johan; Cervin, Anton; Nilsson, Klas; Persson, Patrik; Sha, Lui
1999-01-01
The report gives a state-of-the-art survey of the field of integrated control and scheduling. Subtopics discussed are implementation and scheduling of periodic control loops, scheduling under overload, control and scheduling co-design, dynamic task adaptation, feedback scheduling, and scheduling of imprecise calculations. The report also presents the background, motivation, and research topics in the ARTES project Integrated Control and Scheduling.
Rose, A.
2003-01-01
We present the design and performance analysis of a new integrated track reconstruction code developed for the STAR experiment at RHIC. The code is meant to replace multiple previous tracking codes written in FORTRAN many years ago, and to readily enable the integration of new and varied detector components. The new tracker is written from the ground up in C++ using a strong object-oriented model. Key features include an abstract geometry model for representation of detector components, a fle...
APPROACHES TO PUBLIC INTEGRITY
Simona-Roxana ULMAN
2015-08-01
Full Text Available Both concepts, integrity and public integrity, are always asked qualities in the social and economic environment, but they are never well defined. In this context, finding precise definitions and offering an ample explanation of the concepts are desired and useful for both economic theoretical and practical levels and become the aim of the present paper. Without a good understanding of a concept, no one is capable to attain it. In this context, it is impossible to ask for a public sector of integrity if both public actors and the citizens do not know what it really means. Therefore, the public actors first have to understand what integrity really supposes, and, then, to be capable to respect its principles. Taking into consideration the effects of public integrity or, on its opposite, of the divergence from it, especially represented by the phenomenon of corruption, on the economy at the macro, but also, on the micro level, public integrity in itself becomes a real economic problem that is aimed to be extensively analyzed through our interdisciplinary approach.
Induction as Knowledge Integration
Smith, Benjamin D.; Rosenbloom, Paul S.
1996-01-01
Two key issues for induction algorithms are the accuracy of the learned hypothesis and the computational resources consumed in inducing that hypothesis. One of the most promising ways to improve performance along both dimensions is to make use of additional knowledge. Multi-strategy learning algorithms tackle this problem by employing several strategies for handling different kinds of knowledge in different ways. However, integrating knowledge into an induction algorithm can be difficult when the new knowledge differs significantly from the knowledge the algorithm already uses. In many cases the algorithm must be rewritten. This paper presents Knowledge Integration framework for Induction (KII), a KII, that provides a uniform mechanism for integrating knowledge into induction. In theory, arbitrary knowledge can be integrated with this mechanism, but in practice the knowledge representation language determines both the knowledge that can be integrated, and the costs of integration and induction. By instantiating KII with various set representations, algorithms can be generated at different trade-off points along these dimensions. One instantiation of KII, called RS-KII, is presented that can implement hybrid induction algorithms, depending on which knowledge it utilizes. RS-KII is demonstrated to implement AQ-11, as well as a hybrid algorithm that utilizes a domain theory and noisy examples. Other algorithms are also possible.
Calhoun, Tracy; Melendrez, Dave
2014-01-01
The Human Exploration Science Office (KX) provides leadership for NASA's Imagery Integration (Integration 2) Team, an affiliation of experts in the use of engineering-class imagery intended to monitor the performance of launch vehicles and crewed spacecraft in flight. Typical engineering imagery assessments include studying and characterizing the liftoff and ascent debris environments; launch vehicle and propulsion element performance; in-flight activities; and entry, landing, and recovery operations. Integration 2 support has been provided not only for U.S. Government spaceflight (e.g., Space Shuttle, Ares I-X) but also for commercial launch providers, such as Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) and Orbital Sciences Corporation, servicing the International Space Station. The NASA Integration 2 Team is composed of imagery integration specialists from JSC, the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), and the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), who have access to a vast pool of experience and capabilities related to program integration, deployment and management of imagery assets, imagery data management, and photogrammetric analysis. The Integration 2 team is currently providing integration services to commercial demonstration flights, Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1), and the Space Launch System (SLS)-based Exploration Missions (EM)-1 and EM-2. EM-2 will be the first attempt to fly a piloted mission with the Orion spacecraft. The Integration 2 Team provides the customer (both commercial and Government) with access to a wide array of imagery options - ground-based, airborne, seaborne, or vehicle-based - that are available through the Government and commercial vendors. The team guides the customer in assembling the appropriate complement of imagery acquisition assets at the customer's facilities, minimizing costs associated with market research and the risk of purchasing inadequate assets. The NASA Integration 2 capability simplifies the process of securing one
Study on the Relation of Definite Integral and Indefinite Integral
SUN Bao-fa
2014-01-01
Relation of definite integral and indefinite integral was discussed and an impor-tant result was gotten. If f (x) is bounded and has primary function, the formal definite integral R sx f˜(t)dt is the indefinite integral of f (x), where x is a self-variable, s is a param-eter, f˜(x) is a function defined in (−∞, +∞), which comes from f (x) by restriction and extension. In other words, the indefinite integral is a special form of definite integral, its lower integral limit and upper integral limit are all indefinite.
Integration zweiter Klasse Second-Class Integration
Gesine Fuchs
2004-07-01
Full Text Available Regula Stämpfli analysiert den Zusammenhang zwischen der Mobilisierung von Frauen für die Landesverteidigung und den ihnen zugestandenen Staatsbürgerrechten in der Schweiz von 1914 bis 1945. In einem historischen Bogen vom Ersten Weltkrieg, der von starkem weiblichen Engagement in der Sozialarbeit gekennzeichnet war, über die Debatten zur schweizerischen Demokratie in der Zwischenkriegszeit bis zum Frauenhilfsdienst im Zweiten Weltkrieg verfolgt sie, in welchem Ausmaß die Aufrechterhaltung der alten Geschlechterordnung oberste Leitlinie für Politik und Militär war. Die Integration von Frauen und Frauenverbänden in die Landesverteidigung war instrumentell und unvollständig. Trotz gegenteiliger Hoffnungen wurden ihnen bis 1971 politische Rechte verweigert.Regula Stämpfli analyzes the connection between the mobilization of women for national defence and their acquired citizenship rights in Switzerland from 1914 to 1945. In a historical span from the First World War, characterized by women’s strong engagement in social work, to the debates of Swiss democracy in the inner-war period to women’s auxiliary work during the Second World War, she traces to what extent the maintenance of the old gender order served as the highest guideline for politics and the military. The integration of women and women’s organizations in national defence was instrumental and incomplete. Despite opposing hopes, they were denied political rights until 1971.
Integrating the Integrators - A Roadmap to Success
The U.S. Department of Energy Environmental Management's (DOE-EM) investments in science and technology, as well as science and technology investments associated with other parts of the DOE are aimed at meeting the Departments cleanup goals. These investments, primarily focused on EM's cleanup mission, comprise the Environmental Quality Research and Development (R and D) portfolios. Synchronizing EM's Cleanup Project Managers (operations facility and process owners throughout the DOE complex) operational needs with EM R and D including the extensive work of the six Focus Areas (major thrust areas within DOE-EM) has been a continuing challenge. This recent initiative to better integrate the R and D program is in response to evolving needs within the Department to apply proven system engineering methods to clarify requirements and define EM's process to effectively orchestrate their R and D Program. To optimize this partnership, DOE-EM's Integration Program is successfully unifying the operational needs with the R and D as described in this paper
Economic integration in the Americas
1997-01-01
This pioneering study shows that economic integration in the Americas is not simply a matter of removing trade barriers. Economic Integration in the Americas addresses the pervasive effects of economic integration on the economy as a whole.
Integral equations and computation problems
Volterra's Integral Equations and Fredholm's Integral Equations of the second kind are discussed. Computational problems are found in the derivations and the computations. The theorem of the solution of the Fredholm's Integral Equation is discussed in detail. (author)
Conceptual Integration using Wrapped Applications
Gassner, Christian; Österle, Hubert; Hotaka, Ryosuke
1996-01-01
This paper describes how object-oriented concepts can be used throughout system development for integration purposes. Based on the distinction of physical and conceptual integration the concept of object wrapping is discussed for the integration of non-object-oriented systems. By regarding applications as high-level objects, i.e. wrapped applications, integration is achieved by modelling so-called integration relationships between these wrapped applications. While in conceptual integration re...
Industry Risk and Market Integration
Francesca Carrieri; Vihang Errunza; Sergei Sarkissian
2004-01-01
Traditionally, integration has been studied at the country level. With increasing economic integration, industrial reorganization, and blurring of national boundaries (e.g., European Union (EU)), it is important to investigate global integration at the industry level. We argue that country-level integration (segmentation) does not preclude industry-level segmentation (integration). Indeed, our results suggest that a country is integrated with (segmented from) the world capital markets only if...
Sequencing Trade and Monetary Integration
Richard Pomfret
2005-01-01
Regional integration for at least the last sixty years has focused on trade integration. Balassa’s canonical taxonomy of regional trading arrangements is often interpreted as a sequence from free trade area through customs union and common market to economic union. In the 1980s the concept of deep integration went beyond trade with its focus on policy harmonization, which came to include monetary integration, but it presupposed trade integration as the first step in the regional integration s...
Integrated Budget Office Toolbox
Rushing, Douglas A.; Blakeley, Chris; Chapman, Gerry; Robertson, Bill; Horton, Allison; Besser, Thomas; McCarthy, Debbie
2010-01-01
The Integrated Budget Office Toolbox (IBOT) combines budgeting, resource allocation, organizational funding, and reporting features in an automated, integrated tool that provides data from a single source for Johnson Space Center (JSC) personnel. Using a common interface, concurrent users can utilize the data without compromising its integrity. IBOT tracks planning changes and updates throughout the year using both phasing and POP-related (program-operating-plan-related) budget information for the current year, and up to six years out. Separating lump-sum funds received from HQ (Headquarters) into separate labor, travel, procurement, Center G&A (general & administrative), and servicepool categories, IBOT creates a script that significantly reduces manual input time. IBOT also manages the movement of travel and procurement funds down to the organizational level and, using its integrated funds management feature, helps better track funding at lower levels. Third-party software is used to create integrated reports in IBOT that can be generated for plans, actuals, funds received, and other combinations of data that are currently maintained in the centralized format. Based on Microsoft SQL, IBOT incorporates generic budget processes, is transportable, and is economical to deploy and support.
Sanguinetti, Jennifer
2005-04-01
For many years, building design has been a very linear process with owners speaking to architects who then design building shells that they pass along to sub-consultants who must fit their systems into the allotted spaces. While this process has some advantages, it provides little opportunity to optimize systems based on such factors as energy use or occupant comfort. This presentation will focus on the evolution and implications of integrated building design, a method that has provided greater opportunities for interaction between design disciplines and with building users early on in the design process. Integration has resulted in buildings that are more sustainable than typical buildings and that can respond better to the needs of the owner and users. Examples of the application of the process and the resulting buildings will be presented from the view of a design engineer with experience of both processes. Specifically, the potential contribution of an acoustical consultant in the integrated process will be explored.
Lectures on Classical Integrability
Torrielli, Alessandro
2016-01-01
We review some essential aspects of classically integrable systems. The detailed outline of the lectures consists of: 1. Introduction and motivation, with historical remarks; 2. Liouville theorem and action-angle variables, with examples (harmonic oscillator, Kepler problem); 3. Algebraic tools: Lax pairs, monodromy and transfer matrices, classical r-matrices and exchange relations, non-ultralocal Poisson brackets, with examples (non-linear Schroedinger model, principal chiral field); 4. Features of classical r-matrices: Belavin-Drinfeld theorems, analyticity properties, and lift of the classical structures to quantum groups; 5. Classical inverse scattering method to solve integrable differential equations: soliton solutions, spectral properties and the Gel'fand-Levitan-Marchenko equation, with examples (KdV equation, Sine-Gordon model). Prepared for the Durham Young Researchers Integrability School, organised by the GATIS network. This is part of a collection of lecture notes.
Signal integrity characterization techniques
Bogatin, Eric
2009-01-01
"Signal Integrity Characterization Techniques" addresses the gap between traditional digital and microwave curricula all while focusing on a practical and intuitive understanding of signal integrity effects within the data transmission channel. High-speed interconnects such as connectors, PCBs, cables, IC packages, and backplanes are critical elements of differential channels that must be designed using today's most powerful analysis and characterization tools.Both measurements and simulation must be done on the device under test, and both activities must yield data that correlates with each other. Most of this book focuses on real-world applications of signal integrity measurements - from backplane for design challenges to error correction techniques to jitter measurement technologies. The authors' approach wisely addresses some of these new high-speed technologies, and it also provides valuable insight into its future direction and will teach the reader valuable lessons on the industry.
Integrative Scenario Development
Joerg A. Priess
2014-03-01
Full Text Available Scenarios are employed to address a large number of future environmental and socioeconomic challenges. We present a conceptual framework for the development of scenarios to integrate the objectives of different stakeholder groups. Based on the framework, land-use scenarios were developed to provide a common base for further research. At the same time, these scenarios assisted regional stakeholders to bring forward their concerns and arrive at a shared understanding of challenges between scientific and regional stakeholders, which allowed them to eventually support regional decision making. The focus on the integration of views and knowledge domains of different stakeholder groups, such as scientists and practitioners, required rigorous and repeated measures of quality control. The application of the integrative concept provided products for both stakeholder groups, and the process of scenario development facilitated cooperation and learning within both the scientist and practitioner groups as well as between the two groups.
Biomaterials engineered for integration
Lorenzo Moroni
2008-05-01
Full Text Available As tissue engineering and regenerative medicine are staged to enter the medical care setting, the integration of these newly formed tissues with themselves and the surrounding natural environment of the treated patients is of paramount importance. Although cells alone have undoubtedly obtained a certain success as therapies for a number of different diseases, it is still unclear whether they form new tissues or they stimulate the local cells to restore tissue continuity. In both cases, the resulting outcome is often poorly connected with the surrounding environment and functionality is impaired after few months. True integration can be achieved by designing smart templates made of biomaterials that not only act as scaffolds for cells to adhere and form new tissue, but also provide cues and signals to promote functional tissue connections. Criteria to engineer biomaterials for integration and methodologies used to assess effective connection with host tissues are reviewed.
Brunsgaard, Camilla; Dvořáková, Pavla; Wyckmans, Annemie;
2014-01-01
of buildings (EPBD) that new buildings built from 2021 onwards will have to be nearly zeroenergy buildings. The general belief is that the energy performance optimization of buildings requires an integrated design approach and cross-disciplinary teamwork to optimize the building’s energy use and...... quality of indoor environment while satisfying the occupants’ needs. In this context, there is a substantial need for professionals such as architects and engineers specifically trained and educated in integrated design approach and trained to work in cross-disciplinary teams. To be able to push forward...... necessity of more integrated and cross-disciplinary approaches to building design through state-of-the-art of the building sector and educational initiatives in the participating countries in the project, and through theory of design processes. The paper also communicates the results of newly developed...
Rezaei, Shahamak; Goli, Marco
2012-01-01
Integration or illusion – a deviance perspective Denmark experienced one of its most successful periods of economic growth in 2004–2008 with a tremendous reduction of unemployment, which in June 2008 was around. 1.5 percent, far below the expected level of structural unemployment. In the wake of....../is to make use of migrants’ skills. 2. Whether there were patterns of over-education as expression of institutional and societal discrimination. The focus of the present study is, however, quite different: We examine the pattern of deviance in relation to labour market participation (not integration......), and instead of searching for explanations for the lack of integration, we attempt to identify and explain the deviance pattern as a product of institutionally inherent possibilities and barriers on the one hand and articulating immigrants as rational actors (not victims) on the other. We argue that...
An integrated magnetics component
2013-01-01
The present invention relates to an integrated magnetics component comprising a magnetically permeable core comprising a base member extending in a horizontal plane and first, second, third and fourth legs protruding substantially perpendicularly from the base member. First, second, third and...... fourth output inductor windings are wound around the first, second, third and fourth legs, respectively. A first input conductor of the integrated magnetics component has a first conductor axis and extends in-between the first, second, third and fourth legs to induce a first magnetic flux through a first...... flux path of the magnetically permeable core. A second input conductor of the integrated magnetics component has a second coil axis extending substantially perpendicularly to the first conductor axis to induce a second magnetic flux through a second flux path of the magnetically permeable core...
Integrated Modeling of Telescopes
Andersen, Torben
2011-01-01
With increasingly complex and costly opto-mechanical systems, there is a growing need for reliable computer modeling and simulation. The field of integrated modeling, combining optics, mechanics, control engineering, and other disciplines, is the subject of this book. Although the book primarily focuses on ground-based optical telescopes, the techniques introduced are applicable also to other wavelengths and to other opto-mechanical applications on the ground or in space. Basic tools of integrated modeling are introduced together with concepts of ground-based telescopes. Modeling of optical systems, structures, wavefront control systems with emphasis on segmented mirror control, and active and adaptive optics are described together with a variety of noise sources; many examples are included in this book. Integrated Modeling of Telescopes is a text for physicists and engineers working in the field of opto-mechanical design and wavefront control, but it will also be valuable as a textbook for PhD students.
Chewing over physiology integration.
Abdulkader, Fernando; Azevedo-Martins, Anna Karenina; Miranda, Manoel de Arcisio; Brunaldi, Kellen
2005-03-01
An important challenge for both students and teachers of physiology is to integrate the different areas in which physiological knowledge is didactically divided. In developing countries, such an issue is even more demanding, because budget restrictions often affect the physiology program with laboratory classes being the first on the list when it comes to cuts in expenses. With the aim of addressing this kind of problem, the graduate students of our department organized a physiology summer course offered to undergraduate students. The objective was to present the different physiological systems in an integrated fashion. The strategy pursued was to plan laboratory classes whose experimental results were the basis for the relevant theoretical discussions. The subject we developed to illustrate physiology integration was the study of factors influencing salivary secretion. PMID:15718383
Integrality in codimension one
Thorup, Anders
2014-01-01
The paper from 2001 by Simis, Ulrich, and Vasconcelos contained deep results on codimension, multiplicity and integral extensions. The results and the ideas of the paper led to substantial simplifications in the treatment of the exceptional fiber of a conormal space, considered previously by...... Kleiman and the present author. In addition, the paper contained the following theorem: Let R ⊆ S be an extension of commutative rings, where R is noetherian, universally catenary, and locally equidimensional. Then the extension R ⊆ S is integral if minimal primes of S contract to minimal primes of R and......, for every prime p of height at most 1 in R, the extension Rp ⊆ Sp is integral. Themain purpose of the present note is to give an alternative proof of the theorem, based on standard techniques of projective geometry. In addition, the results on the exceptional fiber, considered previously by Kleiman...
INTEGRATED CORPORATE STRATEGY MODEL
CATALINA SORIANA SITNIKOV
2014-02-01
Full Text Available Corporations are at present operating in demanding and highly unsure periods, facing a mixture of increased macroeconomic need, competitive and capital market dangers, and in many cases, the prospect for significant technical and regulative gap. Throughout these demanding and highly unsure times, the corporations must pay particular attention to corporate strategy. In present times, corporate strategy must be perceived and used as a function of various fields, covers, and characters as well as a highly interactive system. For the corporation's strategy to become a competitive advantage is necessary to understand and also to integrate it in a holistic model to ensure sustainable progress of corporation activities under the optimum conditions of profitability. The model proposed in this paper is aimed at integrating the two strategic models, Hoshin Kanri and Integrated Strategy Model, as well as their consolidation with the principles of sound corporate governance set out by the OECD.
Agergaard, Sine; Sørensen, Jan Kahr
2010-01-01
Increased public funding, more governmental involvement and an emphasis on the instrumental values of physical activities have in general become characteristic of Western nations’ policies towards sport. Denmark is, however, a little different in that there is still little political intervention...... in sport, although sports clubs do get economic support and are seen as having the potential to solve crucial social issues. The purpose of this article is to analyse and discuss the ways in which the political assumption that sport can enhance social integration is reflected in the practical governance...... of integration issues in particular in sports clubs. The article is based on a local field study in which we interviewed 10 talented football players with ethnic minority backgrounds and eight coaches and club leaders from six different football clubs. Distinguishing between integration and assimilation...
Francisco Javier Rodríguez Román
2012-07-01
Full Text Available Penitentiary integral defense is a set of techniques designed to solve the breach of the peace that may appear in the penitentiary world. This paper studies the scope and legal framework of penitentiary self-defense. This kind of self-defense is defined by the particular characteristics of a confinement context and a very specific regulation aimed at preserving the integrity of prisoners and penitentiary staff as well as prison facilities. A technical section illustrating the main penitentiary integral defense’s fundamentals and methods is also included. The defense methods showed here are: frisking, confinement cell entry, prisoner transfer, active resistance, aggressions between prisoners, standard defense equipment, handcuffs use, and techniques against holds, non-armed attacks and attacks with an edged weapon.
Kogut, A.; DiPirro, M.; Moseley, S. H.
2004-01-01
We describe a new "ideal integrator" bolometer as a prototype for a new generation of sensitive, flexible far-IR detectors suitable for use in large arrays. The combination of a non-dissipative sensor coupled with a fast heat switch provides breakthrough capabilities in both sensitivity and operation. The bolometer temperature varies linearly with the integrated infrared power incident on the detector, and may be sampled intermittently without loss of information between samples. The sample speed and consequent dynamic range depend only on the heat switch reset cycle and can be selected in software. Between samples, the device acts as an ideal integrator with noise significantly lower than resistive bolometers. Since there is no loss of information between samples, the device is well-suited for large arrays. A single SQUID readout could process an entire column of detectors, greatly reducing the complexity, power requirements, and cost of readout electronics for large pixel arrays.
Val, Maria Rosa Rovira; Lehmann, Martin; Zinenko, Anna
From late last century there has been a great development of international standards and tools on environment, sustainability and corporate responsibility issues. This has been along with the globalization of economy and politics, as well as a shift in the social responsibilities of the private vis...... integration procedures, such as cases of for example ISO integrated management systems, mutual equivalences recognition of Global Compact-GRI-ISO26000, or the case of IIRC initiative to develop integrated reporting on an organization’s Financial, Environmental, Social and Governance performance. This paper......-a-vis the public sectors. Internationally, organisations have implemented a collection of these standards to be in line with such development and to obtain or keep their licence to operate globally. After two decades of development and maturation, the scenario is now different: (i) the economic context has...
Developing Integrated Care: Towards a development model for integrated care
M.M.N. Minkman (Mirella)
2012-01-01
textabstractThe thesis adresses the phenomenon of integrated care. The implementation of integrated care for patients with a stroke or dementia is studied. Because a generic quality management model for integrated care is lacking, the study works towards building a development model for integrated c
Integrated Functionality: Nanosensors
Devreese, Jozef T.
2008-03-01
Integrated nanosensors are nanostructured systems in which several sensors of different types have been integrated on a single platform including those sensitive to optical, magnetic, chemical, or biological stimuli [1,2]. Nanoparticle-based detector systems rely on the development of nanoparticles as sensing species. I discuss state-of-the-art nanosensors which are based on various advanced materials: nanoshells and nanorice, gold nanoparticles with attached fluorescent dyes, nanopores, carbon nanotubes, neuroelectronic hybrid systems, semiconductor nanocrystals and quantum-dot quantum wells (QDQW's). Phonon-assisted optical processes in semiconductor nanocrystals and QDQW's are highly sensitive to their shape and geometry i. a. due to the non-adiabaticity of the exciton-phonon systems. This sensitivity opens new perspectives for applications of quantum dots in optical sensing. For example, the simultaneous consideration of the tetrahedral shape of a CdS/HgS/CdS QDQW, interface optical phonons, and non-adiabatic phonon-assisted transitions allows for control of the photoluminescence of a QDQW [3]. Quantum-dot-based systems are also considered as examples of communication with nanodevices, which is a prerequisite of their integration. Nanosensors allow for building a new class of integrated devices, which provide the elemental base for ``intelligent sensors'' capable of data processing, storage and analysis. The development of integrated nanosensors could have many applications in several fields such as process monitoring, robotics, environmental, medical, consumer, homeland security [1] I. K. Schuller, http://nanosensors.ucsd.edu/Introduction.htm. [2] J. T. Devreese and Y. Bruynseraede, Integrated Nanosensors. McGraw-Hill 2008 Yearbook of Science & Technology, McGraw-Hill, 2008. [3] V. A. Fonoberov, E. P. Pokatilov, V. M. Fomin, and J. T. Devreese, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 127402 (2004).
Integrated system design report
1989-07-01
The primary objective of the integrated system test phase is to demonstrate the commercial potential of a coal fueled diesel engine in its actual operating environment. The integrated system in this project is defined as a coal fueled diesel locomotive. This locomotive, shown on drawing 41D715542, is described in the separate Concept Design Report. The test locomotive will be converted from an existing oil fueled diesel locomotive in three stages, until it nearly emulates the concept locomotive. Design drawings of locomotive components (diesel engine, locomotive, flatcar, etc.) are included.
Department, HR
2015-01-01
In the fulfillment of its mission, CERN relies upon the trust and material support of its Member States and partners, and is committed to exercising exemplary stewardship of the resources with which it is entrusted. Accordingly, CERN expects the highest level of integrity from all its contributors (whether members of the personnel, consultants, contractors working on site, or persons engaged in any other capacity at or on behalf of CERN). Integrity is a core value of CERN, defined in the Code of Conduct as “behaving ethically, with intellectual honesty and being accountable for one’s own actions”.
Integrating education and incubation
Hjortsø, Carsten Nico Portefée; Riis, Nina Louise Fynbo
During the last decade student business incubation activities have become mainstream activities in Western universities. This is also the case in Danish higher education where all universities have established in-house student incubators. The models applied are different and place varied emphasis...... on the integration of extracurricular activities with formal credit awarding activities. In a Danish context, such integration has become increasingly important due to recent political reforms aimed at shortening the time it takes students to graduate in order to reduce national higher education...
Sets avoiding integral distances
Kurz, Sascha
2012-01-01
We study open point sets in Euclidean spaces $\\mathbb{R}^d$ without a pair of points an integral distance apart. By a result of Furstenberg, Katznelson, and Weiss such sets must be of Lebesgue upper density zero. We are interested in how large such sets can be in $d$-dimensional volume. We determine the lower and upper bounds for the volumes of the sets in terms of the number of their connected components and dimension, and also give some exact values. Our problem can be viewed as a kind of inverse to known problems on sets with pairwise rational or integral distances.
Integrated Analysis Capability Program
Vos, R. G.; Beste, D. L.; Greg, J.; Frisch, H. P.
1991-01-01
Integrated Analysis Capability (IAC) software system intended to provide highly effective, interactive analysis tool for integrated design of large structures. Supports needs of engineering analysis groups concerned with interdisciplinary problems. Developed to serve as software interface between computer programs from fields of structures, thermodynamics, controls, and dynamics of systems on one hand and executive software system and data base on other hand to yield highly efficient multi-disciplinary system. Special attention given to such users' requirements as handling data and online assistance with operational features and ability to add new modules of user's choice at future date. Written in FORTRAN 77.
Enemark, Stig
2004-01-01
This paper aims to build a general understanding and conceptual approach to integrated land management. The conceptual understanding may take the form of a hierarchy of levels. The foundation stone is an overall national land policy. Appropriate cadastral systems support land policies by providing...... integrated land management includes some educational and professional challenges to be met at the threshold of the third millennium. In short, it is critical that we prepare the profession as well the educational system to meet the challenges of tomorrow in achieving sustainable urban and rural...
Compound semiconductor integrated circuits
Vu, Tho T
2003-01-01
This is the book version of a special issue of the International Journal of High Speed Electronics and Systems , reviewing recent work in the field of compound semiconductor integrated circuits. There are fourteen invited papers covering a wide range of applications, frequencies and materials. These papers deal with digital, analog, microwave and millimeter-wave technologies, devices and integrated circuits for wireline fiber-optic lightwave transmissions, and wireless radio-frequency microwave and millimeter-wave communications. In each case, the market is young and experiencing rapid growth
Amaratunga, M.
1980-01-01
Integrated biogas systems as alternatives to fossil fuels in Sri Lanka are considered from standpoints of population growth, land availability, and employment opportunities. Agricultural practices would be improved by use of chemical fertilizers, and health/nutrition problems be alleviated by using biogas systems. Fuel for cooking and rural industries will become more easily available; water weeds, such as water hyacinth and salvinia which pose a threat to waterways and rice paddy lands could be used for the production of biogas and fertilizers. A concept of an integrated biogas system comprising photosynthesis and anaerobic degradation processes to produce food and energy is presented.
Smart Grid Integration Laboratory
Troxell, Wade [Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO (United States)
2011-12-22
The initial federal funding for the Colorado State University Smart Grid Integration Laboratory is through a Congressionally Directed Project (CDP), DE-OE0000070 Smart Grid Integration Laboratory. The original program requested in three one-year increments for staff acquisition, curriculum development, and instrumentation all which will benefit the Laboratory. This report focuses on the initial phase of staff acquisition which was directed and administered by DOE NETL/ West Virginia under Project Officer Tom George. Using this CDP funding, we have developed the leadership and intellectual capacity for the SGIC. This was accomplished by investing (hiring) a core team of Smart Grid Systems engineering faculty focused on education, research, and innovation of a secure and smart grid infrastructure. The Smart Grid Integration Laboratory will be housed with the separately funded Integrid Laboratory as part of CSU's overall Smart Grid Integration Center (SGIC). The period of performance of this grant was 10/1/2009 to 9/30/2011 which included one no cost extension due to time delays in faculty hiring. The Smart Grid Integration Laboratory's focus is to build foundations to help graduate and undergraduates acquire systems engineering knowledge; conduct innovative research; and team externally with grid smart organizations. Using the results of the separately funded Smart Grid Workforce Education Workshop (May 2009) sponsored by the City of Fort Collins, Northern Colorado Clean Energy Cluster, Colorado State University Continuing Education, Spirae, and Siemens has been used to guide the hiring of faculty, program curriculum and education plan. This project develops faculty leaders with the intellectual capacity to inspire its students to become leaders that substantially contribute to the development and maintenance of Smart Grid infrastructure through topics such as: (1) Distributed energy systems modeling and control; (2) Energy and power conversion; (3
Conceptualising integrated rural tourism.
Saxena, Gunjan; Clark, Gordon; Oliver, Tove; Ilbery, Brian
2007-01-01
Rural spaces are no longer associated purely with agricultural commodity production but are seen as locations for the stimulation of new socioeconomic activity, often incorporating tourism, leisure, speciality food production and consumption and e-commerce. Within the context of debates about integrated and territorial approaches to rural development in Europeâ��s â��lagging regionsâ��, this paper introduces the notion of â��Integrated Rural Tourismâ�� (IRT) and describes the various methods ...
Waisberg, Daniel
2015-01-01
A roadmap for turning Google Analytics into a centralized marketing analysis platform With Google Analytics Integrations, expert author Daniel Waisberg shows you how to gain a more meaningful, complete view of customers that can drive growth opportunities. This in-depth guide shows not only how to use Google Analytics, but also how to turn this powerful data collection and analysis tool into a central marketing analysis platform for your company. Taking a hands-on approach, this resource explores the integration and analysis of a host of common data sources, including Google AdWords, AdSens
Shea, T J
2008-01-01
This lecture begins with a definition of an accelerator control system, and then reviews the control system architectures that have been deployed at the larger accelerator facilities. This discussion naturally leads to identification of the major subsystems and their interfaces. We shall explore general strategies for integrating intelligent devices and signal processing subsystems based on gate arrays and programmable DSPs. The following topics will also be covered: physical packaging; timing and synchronization; local and global communication technologies; interfacing to machine protection systems; remote debugging; configuration management and source code control; and integration of commercial software tools. Several practical realizations will be presented.
Pentaho data integration cookbook
Meadows, Alex
2013-01-01
Pentaho Data Integration Cookbook Second Edition is written in a cookbook format, presenting examples in the style of recipes.This allows you to go directly to your topic of interest, or follow topics throughout a chapter to gain a thorough in-depth knowledge.Pentaho Data Integration Cookbook Second Edition is designed for developers who are familiar with the basics of Kettle but who wish to move up to the next level.It is also aimed at advanced users that want to learn how to use the new features of PDI as well as and best practices for working with Kettle.
Zahra Jafari
2002-07-01
Full Text Available Auditory integration training (AIT is a hearing enhancement training process for sensory input anomalies found in individuals with autism, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, dyslexia, hyperactivity, learning disability, language impairments, pervasive developmental disorder, central auditory processing disorder, attention deficit disorder, depressin, and hyperacute hearing. AIT, recently introduced in the United States, and has received much notice of late following the release of The Sound of a Moracle, by Annabel Stehli. In her book, Mrs. Stehli describes before and after auditory integration training experiences with her daughter, who was diagnosed at age four as having autism.
First Integrals and Integral Invariants of Relativistic Birkhoffian Systems
LUOShao-Kai
2003-01-01
For a relativistic Birkhoflan system, the first integrals and the construction of integral invariants are studied. Firstly, the cyclic integrals and the generalized energy integral of the system are found by using the perfect differential method. Secondly, the equations of nonsimultaneous variation of the system are established by using the relation between the simultaneous variation and the nonsimultaneous variation. Thirdly, the relation between the first integral and the integral invariant of the system is studied, and it is proved that, using a t~rst integral, we can construct an integral invarlant of the system. Finally, the relation between the relativistic Birkhoflan dynamics and the relativistic Hamilton;an dynamics is discussed, and the first integrals and the integral invariants of the relativistic Hamiltonian system are obtained. Two examples are given to illustrate the application of the results.
Developing Integrated Care: Towards a development model for integrated care
Minkman, Mirella M.N
2012-01-01
textabstractThe thesis adresses the phenomenon of integrated care. The implementation of integrated care for patients with a stroke or dementia is studied. Because a generic quality management model for integrated care is lacking, the study works towards building a development model for integrated care. Based on a systematic approach in which a literature study, a delphi study, a concept mapping study and questionnaire research are combined, a development model for integrated care is created....
Integration and integration policies : IMISCOE network feasibility study
Heckmann, Friedrich
2005-01-01
"The feasibility study INTPOL has developed a conceptual frame for the analysis of integration processes and research The social integration of individual migrants into the institutions of the receiving society is differentiated from the effects of the social integration on the social structure of the receiving society and effects on the societal integration or cohesion of the receiving society. Social integration is understood as inclusion of indivudial migrants into the core institutions of...
Torus Actions and Integrable Systems
Zung, Nguyen Tien
2004-01-01
This is a survey on natural local torus actions which arise in integrable dynamical systems, and their relations with other subjects, including: reduced integrability, local normal forms, affine structures, monodromy, global invariants, integrable surgery, convexity properties of momentum maps, localization formulas, integrable PDEs.
Wage formation and European integration
Andersen, Torben M.
2003-01-01
European integration is likely to affect labour market performance through various routes. One important channel is the effects product market integration has on labour markets. This paper reviews how product market integration may strengthen labour market interdependencies between integrating economies and therefore affect both the level of employment and the flexibility by which wages adjust to shocks.
Pseudocycles and Integral Homology
Zinger, Aleksey
2006-01-01
We describe a natural isomorphism between the set of equivalence classes of pseudocycles and the integral homology groups of a smooth manifold. Our arguments generalize to settings well-suited for applications in enumerative algebraic geometry and for construction of the virtual fundamental class in the Gromov-Witten theory.
Classroom Technology Integration
Miners, Zach
2009-01-01
More than 40 states have adopted standards calling for effective professional development for all educators accountable for results in student learning--with "technology integration" often front and center. As educators put such standards into action, they are producing profound technology results for themselves and students. The Teacher…
Astrophysics: An Integrative Course
Gutsche, Graham D.
1975-01-01
Describes a one semester course in introductory stellar astrophysics at the advanced undergraduate level. The course aims to integrate all previously learned physics by applying it to the study of stars. After a brief introductory section on basic astronomical measurements, the main topics covered are stellar atmospheres, stellar structure, and…
Kane, David
2010-01-01
An account of use of an open source SMS script in WIT library's catalogue. The scropt provides users with the ability to text themselves with the shelf number and title of the book they are looking for. Topics covered include open source, integration issues and statistical analysis of messages sent.
Integration: An Elusive Concept
George, Beena; Delcoure, Natalya
2012-01-01
The need for multi-disciplinary integration in business school education has been well-established. However, academics and business practitioners have raised serious concerns regarding the achievement of this program learning goal. This paper examines how graduate business programs address and evaluate the learning goal of multi-disciplinary…
Integrating effluent management
1996-01-01
The paper discusses a closed recycle shrimp farm in Thailand which integrates effluent management. The closed recycle system can reduce risk of heavy metals, pesticides, ammonia, and other toxic particles coming in with water from natural sources by reducing the quantity of water brought to the farm.
Crisis and Regional Integration
Dosenrode, Søren
, Tunisia, Egypt …. ), where the crisis referred to could be humanitarian, environmental, economic, political … Europe, too, has also according to mass media, been a victim of a crisis, the financial one. Could ‘crisis’ be a beginning of enhanced regional integration? This paper will try to look at the...