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  1. A Christmas Carol

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    Dickens, Charles

    2005-01-01

    A Christmas Carol was an overnight success when first published in 1843, and was followed by two further Christmas books, The Chimes and The Cricket on the Hearth, also included in this volume. But A Christmas Carols Ebenezer Scooge is one of Dickenss most unforgettable characters, a miserable

  2. Tucker Wireline Open Hole Wireline Logging; FINAL

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    Milliken, M.

    2002-01-01

    The Tucker Wireline unit ran a suite of open hole logs right behind the RMOTC logging contractor for comparison purposes. The tools included Dual Laterolog, Phased Induction, BHC Sonic, and Density-Porosity

  3. El gran premi de Carol

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    Vara Hernández, Ainara

    2016-01-01

    Atrapada en el cos d'un home, la Carol Barangé, amb seixanta-nou anys, pren la decisió més important de la seva vida: deixar enrere la família, els amics i la seva posició social acomodada. Les trobades setmanals a Enfemme, un peculiar local clandestí, la convenceran per emprendre el viatge a Tailàndia i complir el seu somni: recuperar la seva joventut i reafirmar-se com a dona. Aficionada als cotxes, vol ser la primera dona transsexual en córrer el Rally Històric de Montecarlo. El trajecte q...

  4. CAROLS SMOS CAL/VAL Campaigns

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    Zribi, M.; Pardé, M.; Boutin, J.

    2011-01-01

    The CAROLS \\Cooperative Airborne Radiometer for Ocean and Land Studies" L band radiometer was designed and built as a copy of the EMIRAD II radiometer constructed by the Technical University of Denmark team. It is a fully polarimetric and direct sampling corre- lation radiometer. CAROLS is instal...

  5. Tucker tensor analysis of Matern functions in spatial statistics

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    Litvinenko, Alexander

    2018-04-20

    Low-rank Tucker tensor methods in spatial statistics 1. Motivation: improve statistical models 2. Motivation: disadvantages of matrices 3. Tools: Tucker tensor format 4. Tensor approximation of Matern covariance function via FFT 5. Typical statistical operations in Tucker tensor format 6. Numerical experiments

  6. Plant services (maintenance) foreman training. Inception to implementation

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    Dunlap, M.S.

    1991-01-01

    Training content and time allocated for training have become essential and auditable commodities. This additional awareness, by upper management, has increased the pressure on training organizations to demonstrate effective and efficient programs. Structured program design and administration can assist training organizations in meeting these requirements and assuring a quality program. Sequential development of the job analysis, qualification standard, associated lesson plans, and a methodology for tracking program changes which affect the system, are all required components in a systematic approach to training. This paper addresses these facets in establishing a training program. It describes the methods utilized, problems identified and resolved as they occurred in the development of the Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Company (WINCO) Plant Services (Maintenance) Foreman Training Program

  7. Tucker Tensor analysis of Matern functions in spatial statistics

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    Litvinenko, Alexander; Keyes, David E.; Khoromskaia, Venera; Khoromskij, Boris N.; Matthies, Hermann G.

    2018-01-01

    in a low-rank tensor format. We apply the Tucker and canonical tensor decompositions to a family of Matern- and Slater-type functions with varying parameters and demonstrate numerically that their approximations exhibit exponentially fast convergence

  8. Distaste: Joyce Carol Oates and Food

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    David Rutledge

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In many of her short stories and novels, Joyce Carol Oates depicts an unhealthy relationship with food. The range of these unhealthy relationships is wide, from overeating to the point of suicide, in Expensive People, to starving oneself in an attempt to deny one’s physical nature, in “Orange” and them. Overindulgence is a means for attempting to fill that space where the soul should be; undereating is often an attempt to deny one’s place in the social world. The eating disorders she portrays are rooted in both personal and social causes. While these depictions are unique to each character, over all Oates’s depictions of food develop a critique of American values. An understanding of Oates’s theme of food must include psychological, cultural and poetic approaches.

  9. Human radiation studies: Remembering the early years. Oral history of Dr. Nadine Foreman, M.D., August 19, 1994

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    1995-07-01

    Dr. Nadine Foreman was interviewed by representatives of the US DOE Office of Human Radiation Experiments (OHRE). Dr. Foreman was selected for interview because of the position she held at the University of California, San Francisco. Following a brief biographical sketch, Dr. Foreman describes her work with Dr. Mayo Soley using I-131 in treatment of hyperthyroidism, selection criteria for patients in the radioiodine project, work with Dr. Earl Miller, work at Highland Hospital, radioiodine treatment of diffuse toxic goiter (myxedema), the radiophosphorus and radioiodine programs with Dr. Bert Low-Beer, and treatment of polycythemia vera

  10. Human radiation studies: Remembering the early years. Oral history of Dr. Nadine Foreman, M.D., August 19, 1994

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    1995-07-01

    Dr. Nadine Foreman was interviewed by representatives of the US DOE Office of Human Radiation Experiments (OHRE). Dr. Foreman was selected for interview because of the position she held at the University of California, San Francisco. Following a brief biographical sketch, Dr. Foreman describes her work with Dr. Mayo Soley using I-131 in treatment of hyperthyroidism, selection criteria for patients in the radioiodine project, work with Dr. Earl Miller, work at Highland Hospital, radioiodine treatment of diffuse toxic goiter (myxedema), the radiophosphorus and radioiodine programs with Dr. Bert Low-Beer, and treatment of polycythemia vera.

  11. Tucker Tensor analysis of Matern functions in spatial statistics

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    Litvinenko, Alexander

    2018-03-09

    In this work, we describe advanced numerical tools for working with multivariate functions and for the analysis of large data sets. These tools will drastically reduce the required computing time and the storage cost, and, therefore, will allow us to consider much larger data sets or finer meshes. Covariance matrices are crucial in spatio-temporal statistical tasks, but are often very expensive to compute and store, especially in 3D. Therefore, we approximate covariance functions by cheap surrogates in a low-rank tensor format. We apply the Tucker and canonical tensor decompositions to a family of Matern- and Slater-type functions with varying parameters and demonstrate numerically that their approximations exhibit exponentially fast convergence. We prove the exponential convergence of the Tucker and canonical approximations in tensor rank parameters. Several statistical operations are performed in this low-rank tensor format, including evaluating the conditional covariance matrix, spatially averaged estimation variance, computing a quadratic form, determinant, trace, loglikelihood, inverse, and Cholesky decomposition of a large covariance matrix. Low-rank tensor approximations reduce the computing and storage costs essentially. For example, the storage cost is reduced from an exponential O(n^d) to a linear scaling O(drn), where d is the spatial dimension, n is the number of mesh points in one direction, and r is the tensor rank. Prerequisites for applicability of the proposed techniques are the assumptions that the data, locations, and measurements lie on a tensor (axes-parallel) grid and that the covariance function depends on a distance, ||x-y||.

  12. Diagenesis and sedimentology of the Clearwater Formation at Tucker Lake

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    Hutcheon, I; Abercrombie, H J; Putnam, P; Gardner, R; Krouse, H R

    1989-03-01

    The Clearwater Formation at Tucker Lake Alberta, contains heavy oil and is the site of a steam simulation pilot. The best developed reservoir intervals are north-south oriented distributary channel fill and rivermouth bar sand-stones. Oil bearing sands are underlain by a water zone and calcite cements are more abundant in the transition zone. Mineralogy and petrography were studied by x-ray diffraction analysis and scanning electron microscopy, and carbon and oxygen isotope ratios were measured for calcite in the samples studied. The diagenetic history is complex. Early diagenetic minerals include pyrite, quarts, K-feldspar and albite overgrowths, isopachous calcite, iron-rich chlorite, siderite and smectite. Further burial and modification of fluid composition resulted in dissolution of framework mineral grains and precipitation of clinoptilolite and opal. The emplacement of oil retarded mineral diageneses, and was accompanied by a change in aqeous fluid composition. Kaolinite was deposited during and after oil deposition as relativley fresh water entered the Clearwater Formation. The degradation and fermentation of oil and introduction of meteoric water resulted in the production of a late, isotopically distinct, post-bitumen calite cement. 29 refs., 12 figs.

  13. Mining Foreman School in Dabrowa Gornicza - heir to the Higher Mining School in Kielce

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    Ciuk, E

    1988-02-01

    The first Polish Higher Mining School was founded in 1816 in Kielce. The historical background of its foundation is described, curricula are outlined, prominent professors and graduates named. The significance of this School for Polish geology, mining and metallurgy to the present day is stressed. The School was closed in 1826 and the next Mining School to contine its traditions was instituted not earlier than in 1889 in Dabrowa Gornicza. It was also known as the Mine Foreman or Mine Deputy School (Sztygarka). This School was closed in 1905, reopened in 1910 and closed again in 1914. After Poland regained independence in 1919 the School flourished for 20 years. During the Second World War the teaching staff and student body were decimated and facilities destroyed. After 1945 the School was rebuilt and developed into an engineering school as a branch of the Academy of Mining and Metallury in Cracow by 1968 and a branch of the Silesian Politechnical between 1968 and 1984. In 1985 the School was taken over by the Ministry of Mining and Power Engineering and reorganized as a mining trade school. The Mining School in Dabrowa Gornicza, where several prominent professors of geology and managers of Polish geological and mining enterprises began their careers, contributed greatly to the development of geology in Poland. 12 refs.

  14. Utility of an allograft tendon for scoliosis correction via the costo-transverse foreman.

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    Sun, Dong; McCarthy, Michael; Dooley, Adam C; Ramakrishnaiah, Raghu H; Shelton, R Shane; McLaren, Sandra G; Skinner, Robert A; Suva, Larry J; McCarthy, Richard E

    2017-01-01

    Current convex tethering techniques for treatment of scoliosis have centered on anterior convex staples or polypropylene tethers. We hypothesized that an allograft tendon tether inserted via the costo-transverse foramen would correct an established spinal deformity. In the pilot study, six 8-week-old pigs underwent allograft tendon tethering via the costo-transverse foreman or sham to test the strength of the transplanted tendon to retard spine growth. After 4 months, spinal deformity in three planes was induced in all animals with allograft tendons. In the treatment study, the allograft tendon tether was used to treat established scoliosis in 11 8-week-old pigs (spinal deformity > 50°). Once the deformity was observed (4 months) animals were assigned to either no treatment group or allograft tendon tether group and progression assessed by monthly radiographs. At final follow-up, coronal Cobb angle and maximum vertebral axial rotation of the treatment group was significantly smaller than the non-treatment group, whereas sagittal kyphosis of the treatment group was significantly larger than the non-treatment group. In sum, a significant correction was achieved using a unilateral allograft tendon spinal tether, suggesting that an allograft tendon tethering approach may represent a novel fusion-less procedure to correct idiopathic scoliosis. © 2016 Orthopaedic Research Society. Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Orthop Res 35:183-192, 2017. © 2016 Orthopaedic Research Society. Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  15. Disasters and vulnerabilities in the Foreman and Kennedy road informal settlements: Biographical influences

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    Bethuel Sibongiseni Ngcamu

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available As the towards the end of the homelands in the post-apartheid South Africa, there was a scramble of poverty stricken African black youth to the most severe vulnerable and disaster prone urban areas in search for formal job opportunities. The main purpose of this empirical study is to investigate the extent in which how the biographical profiles (age, gender, marital status, education levels, occupation (males and females, children and tenure can influence vulnerability and disasters in these informal settlements. A quantitative research design was adopted and a survey method was used, whereby questionnaires were administered by the researcher to a population of 240, whereby, 140 questionnaires were completed generating a response rate of 63.6%. The findings of this study reveals that the majority of the respondents in the Foreman and Kennedy Road informal settlements are black, poverty stricken, unemployed and who are suffered economic difficulties that make them highly vulnerable to disasters. This study will act an advisory role to the decision-makers as the research findings shows that in the foreseeable future in South Africa, informal settlements will be an intergral feature of formal housing, which requires urban planners to include such settlements to housing planning.

  16. Kas talupidaja saab sõjaväest vabaks? / Carol Merzin

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    Merzin, Carol

    2006-01-01

    Vastab kaitseressursside ameti avalike suhete nõunik Carol Merzin. 16. apr. 2006 jõustunud kaitseväeteenistuse seaduse kohaselt võib kehvade majanduslike tingimuste korral kaitseväeteenistusest vabastamist taotleda

  17. APLIKASI METODE KHUN-TUCKER DALAM PENJUALAN OLI MOBIL (Studi Kasus : PT. Anugrah Mitra Dewata

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    Ni Made Asih

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Aplikasikan Metode Khun-Tucker dalam kasus penjualan oli mobil padaPT. Anugrah Mitra Dewata merupakan salah satu kasus optimasi bersyarat, untukmengetahui oli apa yang harus diproduksi oleh perusahaan, agar mencapai keuntunganmaksimal dan nilai-nilai ekstrim yang akan diperoleh, yang nantinya berperandalam menentukan tingkat keuntungan yang diperoleh perusahaan. Metode Khun-Tucker ini dapat dipergunakan untuk mencari solusi optimal dari suatu fungsi tanpamemandang sifat apakah linier atau nonlinier. Dalam proses pengerjaannya MetodeKhun-Tucker secara esensial melibatkan langkah-langkah yang sama seperti halnyaMerode Lagrange, yaitu: Membentuk Lagrangian untuk dapat menghitungtitik-titik kritisnya, mencari semua solusi (x; , dan menghitung nilai f(x. Dalamproses pencarian semua solusi x dan nya dibantu dengan menggunakan programMATLAB. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan pada caturwulan I dengan memproduksioli SMO HP sebanyak 587 liter diperoleh keuntungan maksimal perusahaansebesar Rp 19.837.000 . Untuk caturwulan II dengan memproduksi oli SMO HPPLUS sebanyak 776 liter diperoleh keuntungan maksimal perusahaan sebesar Rp20.112.000. Untuk caturwulan III dengan memproduksi oli SMO HP sebanyak 470liter diperoleh keuntungan maksimal perusahaan sebesar Rp 20.029.000.

  18. Witness: Reflections on Detention in Joyce Carol Oates's Work

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    Tanya L. Tromble

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Throughout her career, Joyce Carol Oates has resisted the urge of others to label her a feminist writer, insisting that she be considered a writer, independent of biological gender. As America’s “chronicler of the middle class,” she has given voice to countless invisible female character types, but this is only one concern among many. Oates is incredibly active, but rather than to actively incite, she uses her prolific pen to create testimonies to contemporary American life, seeking particularly to give voice to the voiceless among us. In spite of the notions of crime and justice being central to her fiction since her first published story in the late 60s, “In The Old World,” any incarceration alluded to in her writing has tended towards the metaphorical as Oates has often chosen to focus on the detrimental effects of crime on victims. However, two works published in 2014 – a novel, Carthage; and an edited story collection, Prison Noir – combine to create testimonies to prison life in the United States and raise questions about the nature of the system that puts people there. In her introduction to the collection, Oates writes: “hardly to our credit, the United States locks up nearly 25 percent of the world’s prison population, while having only 5 percent of the world’s overall population. Or, in other terms, the United States incarcerates more than 2.2 million individuals, a far higher rate per capita than any other nation.” This is at once a statement of fact and a critique seeking to combat feelings of indifference on the part of the general public from a writer who has engaged with prison populations throughout her life by exchanging correspondance with inmates and even teaching a prison writing workshop in 2011. This paper will discuss the depiction of incarceration experiences and prison visits by outsiders in several Oates stories – “How I Contemplated the World,” “San Quentin,” “High,” “Dear Joyce

  19. OPTIMALISASI PENJUALAN KAIN ENDEK DENGAN METODE KARUSH-KUHN-TUCKER (KKT

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    I GEDE ARIS JANOVA PUTRA

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available This study is conducted to determine the optimal sales value of endek mastuli, endek rangrang, endek saraswati, endek gradasi, and endek alam in Novala Busana Shop and Trans Collection Shop in order to reache maximum advantage by using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT method. Karush-Khun-Tucker method can be used to find the optimum solution of the function regardless of whether linear or nonlinear. In the workmanship is KKT method essentially involves the same steps as Lagrange method, from a Lagrangean to be able to calculate the critical points, finding all solutions , and calculate of the value . In this study, most of quarterly show that which must be sold are kind of endek mastuli in reaching the maximum benefit. For other kinds of endek is constantly provided but it is not as much as before. Suggested to the next research could involve more variated variable with more interesting cases

  20. MR-NTD: Manifold Regularization Nonnegative Tucker Decomposition for Tensor Data Dimension Reduction and Representation.

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    Li, Xutao; Ng, Michael K; Cong, Gao; Ye, Yunming; Wu, Qingyao

    2017-08-01

    With the advancement of data acquisition techniques, tensor (multidimensional data) objects are increasingly accumulated and generated, for example, multichannel electroencephalographies, multiview images, and videos. In these applications, the tensor objects are usually nonnegative, since the physical signals are recorded. As the dimensionality of tensor objects is often very high, a dimension reduction technique becomes an important research topic of tensor data. From the perspective of geometry, high-dimensional objects often reside in a low-dimensional submanifold of the ambient space. In this paper, we propose a new approach to perform the dimension reduction for nonnegative tensor objects. Our idea is to use nonnegative Tucker decomposition (NTD) to obtain a set of core tensors of smaller sizes by finding a common set of projection matrices for tensor objects. To preserve geometric information in tensor data, we employ a manifold regularization term for the core tensors constructed in the Tucker decomposition. An algorithm called manifold regularization NTD (MR-NTD) is developed to solve the common projection matrices and core tensors in an alternating least squares manner. The convergence of the proposed algorithm is shown, and the computational complexity of the proposed method scales linearly with respect to the number of tensor objects and the size of the tensor objects, respectively. These theoretical results show that the proposed algorithm can be efficient. Extensive experimental results have been provided to further demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed MR-NTD algorithm.

  1. Las condiciones de Kuhn y Tucker en el cálculo de fronteras eficientes

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    Liern, Vicente

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Presentamos un algoritmo que combina el uso de las condiciones de Kuhn y Tucker con procedimientos heurísticos para calcular la frontera eficiente del problema de selección de cartera con variables semicontinuas y cualquier conjunto adicional de restricciones lineales. También permite incorporar otras clases de restricciones, como las de cardinalidad. Para instancias pequeñas se convierte en un algoritmo exacto. De este modo se pueden detectar muchas irregularidades de la frontera eficiente que pueden ser útiles al inversor para determinar su nivel de rentabilidad deseado. ABSTRACT We present an algorithm that combines the use of the Kuhn-Tucker conditions with heuristical procedures to calculate the efficient frontier of the semicontinuous variable constrained portfolio selection problem with any additional set of linear constraints. Other kinds of constraints can also be added, such as cardinality constraints. For small instances, it becomes an exact algoritm. In this way, many irregularities of the efficient frontier are detected that can be useful to the investor to select a desired return level.

  2. CAROLS: A New Airborne L-Band Radiometer for Ocean Surface and Land Observations

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    Zribi, Mehrez; Parde, Mickael; Boutin, Jacquline

    2011-01-01

    The "Cooperative Airborne Radiometer for Ocean and Land Studies" (CAROLS) L-Band radiometer was designed and built as a copy of the EMIRAD II radiometer constructed by the Technical University of Denmark team. It is a fully polarimetric and direct sampling correlation radiometer. It is installed ...

  3. DMOs and Rural Tourism: A Stakeholder Analysis the Case of Tucker County, West Virginia

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    Doug Arbogast

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available Rural destination management organizations (DMOs are faced with considerable challenges as they attempt to promote economic prosperity through tourism. This study sought to identify rural destination management challenges in Tucker County, West Virginia; identify the roles and activities of the destinations DMOs in addressing these challenges; and develop a perceived destination management framework. DMO challenges include maintaining authenticity and sense of place; economic diversification; seasonality, low wage jobs, and lack of employees; connecting resorts to small businesses and communities; and establishing a common vision, identity, and coordination of activities. While the majority of tourism literature calls for DMOs to play a dual marketing and management role, this paper makes an important contribution by identifying the need for a Convention and Visitors Bureau and a separate organization with a specific mission to sustainably develop and manage tourism and coordinate activities of the stakeholder network.

  4. Analysis of Cine-Psychometric Visual Memory Data by the Tucker Generalized Learning Curve Method: Final Report.

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    Reid, J. C.; Seibert, Warren F.

    The analysis of previously obtained data concerning short-term visual memory and cognition by a method suggested by Tucker is proposed. Although interesting individual differences undoubtedly exist in people's ability and capacity to process short-term visual information, studies have not generally examined these differences. In fact, conventional…

  5. Vegetarian Eco-feminist Consciousness in Carol Ann Duffy’s Poetry

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    Jie Zhou

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses vegetarian eco-feminist consciousness in Carol Ann Duffy’s poetry by close analysis of two poems, namely “The Dolphins” and “A Healthy Diet” from her poem collection Standing Female Nude. The former is a dramatic monologue of a dolphin, which is exploited by people, and the latter is a dramatic monologue of an omnipotent observer in a restaurant. Both poems criticized the species-ism, and together, they showed the poet’s vegetarian eco-feminist consciousness. A close reading of the two poems from the eco-feminist perspective helps the reader understand why Carol Ann Duffy is honored as the first woman poet laureate in British history, and better understand vegetarian eco-feminism and its influence in British society. Keywords: eco-feminism; consciousness, species-ism, vegetarian, animal, diet

  6. Comments on ''Use of conditional simulation in nuclear waste site performance assessment'' by Carol Gotway

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    Downing, D.J.

    1993-01-01

    This paper discusses Carol Gotway's paper, ''The Use of Conditional Simulation in Nuclear Waste Site Performance Assessment.'' The paper centers on the use of conditional simulation and the use of geostatistical methods to simulate an entire field of values for subsequent use in a complex computer model. The issues of sampling designs for geostatistics, semivariogram estimation and anisotropy, turning bands method for random field generation, and estimation of the comulative distribution function are brought out

  7. CAROLS: A New Airborne L-Band Radiometer for Ocean Surface and Land Observations

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    Ernesto Lopez-Baeza

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The “Cooperative Airborne Radiometer for Ocean and Land Studies” (CAROLS L-Band radiometer was designed and built as a copy of the EMIRAD II radiometer constructed by the Technical University of Denmark team. It is a fully polarimetric and direct sampling correlation radiometer. It is installed on board a dedicated French ATR42 research aircraft, in conjunction with other airborne instruments (C-Band scatterometer—STORM, the GOLD-RTR GPS system, the infrared CIMEL radiometer and a visible wavelength camera. Following initial laboratory qualifications, three airborne campaigns involving 21 flights were carried out over South West France, the Valencia site and the Bay of Biscay (Atlantic Ocean in 2007, 2008 and 2009, in coordination with in situ field campaigns. In order to validate the CAROLS data, various aircraft flight patterns and maneuvers were implemented, including straight horizontal flights, circular flights, wing and nose wags over the ocean. Analysis of the first two campaigns in 2007 and 2008 leads us to improve the CAROLS radiometer regarding isolation between channels and filter bandwidth. After implementation of these improvements, results show that the instrument is conforming to specification and is a useful tool for Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS satellite validation as well as for specific studies on surface soil moisture or ocean salinity.

  8. Compression of Multispectral Images with Comparatively Few Bands Using Posttransform Tucker Decomposition

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    Jin Li

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Up to now, data compression for the multispectral charge-coupled device (CCD images with comparatively few bands (MSCFBs is done independently on each multispectral channel. This compression codec is called a “monospectral compressor.” The monospectral compressor does not have a removing spectral redundancy stage. To fill this gap, we propose an efficient compression approach for MSCFBs. In our approach, the one dimensional discrete cosine transform (1D-DCT is performed on spectral dimension to exploit the spectral information, and the posttransform (PT in 2D-DWT domain is performed on each spectral band to exploit the spatial information. A deep coupling approach between the PT and Tucker decomposition (TD is proposed to remove residual spectral redundancy between bands and residual spatial redundancy of each band. Experimental results on multispectral CCD camera data set show that the proposed compression algorithm can obtain a better compression performance and significantly outperforms the traditional compression algorithm-based TD in 2D-DWT and 3D-DCT domain.

  9. Group search optimiser-based optimal bidding strategies with no Karush-Kuhn-Tucker optimality conditions

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    Yadav, Naresh Kumar; Kumar, Mukesh; Gupta, S. K.

    2017-03-01

    General strategic bidding procedure has been formulated in the literature as a bi-level searching problem, in which the offer curve tends to minimise the market clearing function and to maximise the profit. Computationally, this is complex and hence, the researchers have adopted Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) optimality conditions to transform the model into a single-level maximisation problem. However, the profit maximisation problem with KKT optimality conditions poses great challenge to the classical optimisation algorithms. The problem has become more complex after the inclusion of transmission constraints. This paper simplifies the profit maximisation problem as a minimisation function, in which the transmission constraints, the operating limits and the ISO market clearing functions are considered with no KKT optimality conditions. The derived function is solved using group search optimiser (GSO), a robust population-based optimisation algorithm. Experimental investigation is carried out on IEEE 14 as well as IEEE 30 bus systems and the performance is compared against differential evolution-based strategic bidding, genetic algorithm-based strategic bidding and particle swarm optimisation-based strategic bidding methods. The simulation results demonstrate that the obtained profit maximisation through GSO-based bidding strategies is higher than the other three methods.

  10. Fluorescent fingerprints of edible oils and biodiesel by means total synchronous fluorescence and Tucker3 modeling

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    Insausti, Matías; de Araújo Gomes, Adriano; Camiña, José Manuel; de Araújo, Mario Cesar Ugulino; Band, Beatriz Susana Fernández

    2017-03-01

    The present work proposes the use of total synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy (TSFS) as a discrimination methodology for fluorescent compounds in edible oils, which are preserved after the transesterification processes in the biodiesel production. In the same way, a similar study is presented to identify fluorophores that do not change in expired vegetal oils, to associate physicochemical parameters to fluorescent measures, as contribution to a fingerprint for increasing the chemical knowledge of these products. The fluorescent fingerprints were obtained by Tucker3 decomposition of a three-way array of the total synchronous fluorescence matrices. This chemometric method presents the ability for modeling non-bilinear data, as Total Synchronous Fluorescence Spectra data, and consists in the decomposition of the three way data arrays (samples × Δλ × λ excitation), into four new data matrices: A (scores), B (profile in Δλ mode), C (profile in spectra mode) and G (relationships between A, B and C). In this study, 50 samples of oil from soybean, corn and sunflower seeds before and after its expiration time, as well as 50 biodiesel samples obtained by transesterification of the same oils were measured by TSFS. This study represents an immediate application of chemical fingerprint for the discrimination of non-expired and expired edible oils and biodiesel. This method does not require the use of reagents or laborious procedures for the chemical characterization of samples.

  11. A fiber orientation-adapted integration scheme for computing the hyperelastic Tucker average for short fiber reinforced composites

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    Goldberg, Niels; Ospald, Felix; Schneider, Matti

    2017-10-01

    In this article we introduce a fiber orientation-adapted integration scheme for Tucker's orientation averaging procedure applied to non-linear material laws, based on angular central Gaussian fiber orientation distributions. This method is stable w.r.t. fiber orientations degenerating into planar states and enables the construction of orthotropic hyperelastic energies for truly orthotropic fiber orientation states. We establish a reference scenario for fitting the Tucker average of a transversely isotropic hyperelastic energy, corresponding to a uni-directional fiber orientation, to microstructural simulations, obtained by FFT-based computational homogenization of neo-Hookean constituents. We carefully discuss ideas for accelerating the identification process, leading to a tremendous speed-up compared to a naive approach. The resulting hyperelastic material map turns out to be surprisingly accurate, simple to integrate in commercial finite element codes and fast in its execution. We demonstrate the capabilities of the extracted model by a finite element analysis of a fiber reinforced chain link.

  12. VALUING BENEFITS FROM WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS USING KUHN TUCKER MODEL - A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON UTILITY FUNCTIONAL FORMS-

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    Okuyama, Tadahiro

    Kuhn-Tucker model, which has studied in recent years, is a benefit valuation technique using the revealed-preference data, and the feature is to treatvarious patterns of corner solutions flexibly. It is widely known for the benefit calculation using the revealed-preference data that a value of a benefit changes depending on a functional form. However, there are little studies which examine relationship between utility functions and values of benefits in Kuhn-Tucker model. The purpose of this study is to analysis an influence of the functional form to the value of a benefit. Six types of utility functions are employed for benefit calculations. The data of the recreational activity of 26 beaches of Miyagi Prefecture were employed. Calculation results indicated that Phaneuf and Siderelis (2003) and Whitehead et al.(2010)'s functional forms are useful for benefit calculations.

  13. "I know you!": The Implications of Knowing In Joyce Carol Oates's Marya: A Life

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    Josephene T.M. Kealey

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    Full Text Available Joyce Carol Oates’s Preface to the Franklin Library 1st Edition of her 1986 novel Marya: A Life is a theoretical reading guide. In her explanations for the possible autobiographical components discernible in her book, Oates challenges readers to question their ability to know a character, to know an author’s intentions, even to know the self. Oates’s ideas about the fluidity of identity and the dangers of claiming “to know” an other or the self are explored in this story.

  14. Soil Moisture Estimations Based on Airborne CAROLS L-Band Microwave Data

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    Arnaud Mialon

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    Full Text Available The SMOS satellite mission, launched in 2009, allows global soil moisture estimations to be made using the L-band Microwave Emission of the Biosphere (L-MEB model, which simulates the L-band microwave emissions produced by the soil–vegetation layer. This model was calibrated using various sources of in situ and airborne data. In the present study, we propose to evaluate the L-MEB model on the basis of a large set of airborne data, recorded by the CAROLS radiometer during the course of 20 flights made over South West France (the SMOSMANIA site, and supported by simultaneous soil moisture measurements, made in 2009 and 2010. In terms of volumetric soil moisture, the retrieval accuracy achieved with the L-MEB model, with two default roughness parameters, ranges between 8% and 13%. Local calibrations of the roughness parameter, using data from the 2009 flights for different areas of the site, allowed an accuracy of approximately 5.3% to be achieved with the 2010 CAROLS data. Simultaneously we estimated the vegetation optical thickness (t and we showed that, when roughness is locally adjusted, MODIS NDVI values are correlated (R2 = 0.36 to t. Finally, as a consequence of the significant influence of the roughness parameter on the estimated absolute values of soil moisture, we propose to evaluate the relative variability of the soil moisture, using a default soil roughness parameter. The soil moisture variations are estimated with an uncertainty of approximately 6%.

  15. A doctoral thesis about Carol Davila written in Paris in 1936.

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    Rogozea, Liliana; Dumitrascu, Dinu I; Triff, Dorin; Leasu, Florin; Dumitraşcu, Dan L

    2014-01-01

    Carol Davila, the father of the Romanian modern medicine, made decisive contributions to the development of health sciences in the Romanian Principalities in the last decades of the nineteenth century. The merit of his scientific work was recognized beyond the borders of his country. His life (not devoid of anecdotic instances and unknown episodes) and especially his work have aroused considerable interest among numerous medical historians. This paper presents a historical study elaborated in France, but until recently ignored, dedicated to the biography of Carol Davila. It concerns the medical doctoral thesis (State Diploma) elaborated by Joseph Adler (born 1910 in Botoşani, Romania) under the supervision of professor Maxime Laignel-Lavastine, whose interest in Romania is well-known. Professor Laignel-Lavastine held the office of Secretary General of the International Society of History of Medicine (ISHM), founded in 1921, (replaced in this position by another French professor with links to Romania: Jules Guiart). The thesis comprises 48 pages and an exhaustive bibliography. It represents a token of the appreciation given to Davila's achievements by Europe's medical community.

  16. EULOGY OF UNMARRIED GIRLS IN CAROLS FROM THE EAST OF THE DNIESTER AND BUG

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    CALINA LUDMILA

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    Full Text Available The proposed article prompted us to fix our attention to carols collected and researched in the Eastern areas of the rivers Dniester and Bug. We will refer to a significant aspect of the Christmas celebrations publicized, especially with the aim of initiating a lad or a girl in their future marriage. On the basis of the studies carried out by N. Smochină, C. Ionescu, N. Băieşu, A. Golopenţia, M. Brătulescu, T Colac etc., we intend to highlight the way is «seen» the contamination and assimilation of the unmarried girl’s, motif especially when caroling the Eastern and Western regions. The author of the article reveals the anonymous poet’s role, who laid emphasis on the message, thought, intention, desire, and in the rural atmosphere, they find greater openness in the listener’s soul. The merit of being the mistress of the courtyards the owner of the gates is not attributed to each girl, but only to the selected one, who was appointed by the entire rural society after some tests of initiation. This procedure presumed preparing of unmarried girls for engagement and cooking the biggest knot-shaped bread. Here are written the suggestive images approved by the anonymous poet: rings, apples, the silk cradle, the tears of the girl, the sheet.

  17. 77 FR 36579 - II-VI, Inc., Infrared Optics-Saxonburg Division, Saxonburg, PA; Leased Workers From Adecco, Carol...

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    ...., Infrared Optics-Saxonburg Division, Saxonburg, PA; Leased Workers From Adecco, Carol Harris, Unlimited Staffing, and Staffmark, Working On-Site at II-VI, Inc., Infrared Optics-Saxonburg Division, Saxonburg, PA... workers and former workers of II-VI, Inc., Infrared Optics-Saxonburg Division, Saxonburg, Pennsylvania...

  18. Detecting Two-Spirit erotics: The fiction of Carole laFavor.

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    Tatonetti, Lisa

    2016-01-01

    This article examines the life and novels of Carole laFavor, arguing for her importance to and influence in Two-Spirit studies. Along with being a writer, laFavor was a powerful voice for social justice and Indigenous health sovereignty in Minnesota and the nation. Her two novels, Along the Journey River and Evil Dead Center, which both focus on Anishinaabe lesbian detective protagonist Renee LaRoche, are the first lesbian detective fiction published by a Native author. Renee's embrace of a specifically Two-Spirit erotics anchors her to family and brings her tribal community a powerful healing when she employs her skills to protect her people from instances of racism, abuse, and injustice. This article, then, reads these novels as the first of an emerging genre of texts that claim an overtly Two-Spirit erotic as well as vital precursors to the present embrace of sovereign erotics in Indigenous studies.

  19. Initiated into Subordination. On Joyce Carol Oates’s I’ll Take You There

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    Zawadzka Anna

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available The article proposes a sociological reading of the novel I’ll Take You There by Joyce Carol Oates. Though the book can be classified as an initiation novel, it also constitutes an accusation of the very procedure of initiation as forcing individuals to agree and adapt to unfair social mechanisms. The context of the protagonist’s struggles is provided by the social structure of the early-1960s United States, with its inherent misogyny, anti-Semitism, racism and classism. All these factors shape her destiny in accordance with the logic of social reproduction. A destiny of overwhelming power of allocation, which the heroine is trying to resist. As an academic novel, I’ll Take You There is also an insightful deconstruction of the universalism preached within the Western academic world, and especially philosophy.

  20. Pragmatism, Love, and Morality: Triangular Reflections in Carol Reed's The Third Man

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    Laurie Calhoun

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Carol Reed’s 1949 film The Third Man offers a richly metaphorical expression of the view that pragmatism, love, and morality are incommensurable perspectives from which to interpret the world. Harry Lime is a black market trader whose actions are constrained only by practical considerations. Anna Schmidt, Lime's former lover, understands what is morally wrong with what Lime does, but refuses to assist the police. In contrast, Holly Martins, an old friend from childhood, ultimately agrees to help trap Lime. These three protagonists occupy distinct conceptual worlds that color their interpretation of the others with whom they interact. In addition to illustrating the paradoxes of love and morality, The Third Man self-referentially expresses the idea that reality is far more complex than language could ever convey.

  1. Reading The Silence In The Maternal Text Of Carol Shields’ Unless

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    İNCEOĞLU ŞEYDA

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This article scrutinizes the representation of silence in Carol Shields’ novel Unless. It analyses the problematic behind the mother-daughter relationship between Reta Winters and her daughter Norah by applying the theories of Cixous, Kristeva, Chodorow and Irigaray in relation to maternity and identity. Reta Winters’ so-called ideal life is called into question by her daughter Norah's sitting on the streets with a sign board on her chest with GOODNESS written on it. Reta wonders what she has done wrong throughout her life, and eventually, while writing a novel, starts to realize that she has never created maternal discourse with her daughter. Thus, as the novel unfolds in chapters most of which have adverbs or prepositions as their titles, Reta creates a maternal text, both oral and written, by the end of the story.

  2. Reading Nostalgia, Anger, and the Home in Joyce Carol Oates’s Foxfire

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    Heather A. Hillsburg

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available This article draws from Svetlana Boym’s concept of reflective nostalgia to explore the intersections between violence, memory, and the home in Joyce Carol Oates’s novel Foxfire. Through reflective nostalgia, Maddy is able to link the abuse she and her friends endure to various iterations of the home. Reflective nostalgia also allows Maddy to draw connections between anger and the domestic realm, and to write the members of FOXFIRE back into dominant narratives that largely exclude their lived experiences. Ultimately, this paper argues that because nostalgia often centers on the home, it is ideally suited to foreground the untenable nature of idyllic or hegemonic constructions of the domestic realm.

  3. Palaeomagnetism of the Early Permian Mount Leyshon Intrusive Complex and Tuckers Igneous Complex, North Queensland, Australia

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    Clark, D. A.; Lackie, M. A.

    2003-06-01

    This study provides reliable, precisely defined and well-dated Early Permian (286 +/- 6 Ma) palaeomagnetic poles for Australia from the Mount Leyshon Intrusive Complex (MLIC) and the Tuckers Igneous Complex (TIC). Both complexes are associated with prominent negative magnetic anomalies, indicating the presence of rocks carrying stable remanence of reverse polarity, with a Koenigsberger ratio greater than unity. The characteristic remanence carried by the intrusive phases and by locally remagnetized, contact-metamorphosed host rocks is always of reverse polarity, consistent with acquisition during the Permo-Carboniferous (Kiaman) Reverse Superchron. The corresponding palaeopoles confirm that Australia occupied high latitudes in the Early Permian. The pole positions are: MLIC: lat. = 43.2 °S, long. = 137.3 °E dp = 6.0°, dm = 6.4° Q= 6; TIC: lat. = 47.5 °S, long. = 143.0 °E, dp = 6.0°, dm = 6.6° Q= 6. Permian palaeomagnetic overprinting is detectable at considerable distances from the MLIC (2-3 km), well beyond the zone of visible alteration. The primary nature of the Early Permian palaeomagnetic signature is established by full baked contact/aureole tests at both localities. Other new data from Australia are consistent with the poles reported here. Comparison of the Australian, African and South American Apparent Polar Wander Paths (APWP) suggests that mean Permian and Triassic poles from West Gondwana, particularly from South America, are biased by remagnetization in the Jurassic-Cretaceous and that the Late Palaeozoic-Mesozoic APWP for Gondwana is best defined by Australian data. The Australian APWP exhibits substantial movement through the Mesozoic. Provided only that the time-averaged palaeofield was zonal, the Early Triassic palaeomagnetic data from Australia provide an important palaeogeographic constraint that the south geographic pole was within, or very close to, SE Australia around 240 Ma. The new Early Permian poles are apparently more consistent

  4. Simultaneous measurement of two enzyme activities using infrared spectroscopy: A comparative evaluation of PARAFAC, TUCKER and N-PLS modeling.

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    Baum, Andreas; Hansen, Per Waaben; Meyer, Anne S; Mikkelsen, Jørn Dalgaard

    2013-08-06

    Enzymes are used in many processes to release fermentable sugars for green production of biofuel, or the refinery of biomass for extraction of functional food ingredients such as pectin or prebiotic oligosaccharides. The complex biomasses may, however, require a multitude of specific enzymes which are active on specific substrates generating a multitude of products. In this paper we use the plant polymer, pectin, to present a method to quantify enzyme activity of two pectolytic enzymes by monitoring their superimposed spectral evolutions simultaneously. The data is analyzed by three chemometric multiway methods, namely PARAFAC, TUCKER3 and N-PLS, to establish simultaneous enzyme activity assays for pectin lyase and pectin methyl esterase. Correlation coefficients Rpred(2) for prediction test sets are 0.48, 0.96 and 0.96 for pectin lyase and 0.70, 0.89 and 0.89 for pectin methyl esterase, respectively. The retrieved models are compared and prediction test sets show that especially TUCKER3 performs well, even in comparison to the supervised regression method N-PLS. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  5. CONTEMPORARY APPROACH TO THE CAROL IN THE WORK FOR STRING ORCHESTRA THE CHRISTMAS NIGHT BY V. CIOLAC

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    ECATERINA GÎRBU

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    Full Text Available In the article there is an integral analysis of the orchestral composition Christmas Night written by Vladimir Ciolac. Over the centuries, the historical event linked to the Birth of the Savior finds an extremely varied and diverse reflection in universal musical art. This subject is represented by a very broad genre diversity, being approached in both church music and secular music. The name of the piece reveals the content of the paper and suggests that it is an original carol. The composer uses the theme of the Birth of the Savior — an event of major significance in the life of mankind, creating a contemporary carol from the point of view of the treatment of the musical discourse.

  6. Simultaneous measurement of two enzyme activities using infrared spectroscopy: A comparative evaluation of PARAFAC, TUCKER and N-PLS modeling

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    Baum, Andreas; Hansen, Per Waaben; Meyer, Anne S.

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    multiway methods, namely PARAFAC, TUCKER3 and N-PLS, to establish simultaneous enzyme activity assays for pectin lyase and pectin methyl esterase. Correlation coefficients Rpred2 for prediction test sets are 0.48, 0.96 and 0.96 for pectin lyase and 0.70, 0.89 and 0.89 for pectin methyl esterase......Enzymes are used in many processes to release fermentable sugars for green production of biofuel, or the refinery of biomass for extraction of functional food ingredients such as pectin or prebiotic oligosaccharides. The complex biomasses may, however, require a multitude of specific enzymes which...... are active on specific substrates generating a multitude of products. In this paper we use the plant polymer, pectin, to present a method to quantify enzyme activity of two pectolytic enzymes by monitoring their superimposed spectral evolutions simultaneously. The data is analyzed by three chemometric...

  7. The Karush–Kuhn–Tucker optimality conditions in minimum weight design of elastic rotating disks with variable thickness and density

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    Sanaz Jafari

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Rotating discs work mostly at high angular velocity. High speed results in large centrifugal forces in discs and induces large stresses and deformations. Minimizing weight of such disks yields various benefits such as low dead weights and lower costs. In order to attain a certain and reliable analysis, disk with variable thickness and density is considered. Semi-analytical solutions for the elastic stress distribution in rotating annular disks with uniform and variable thicknesses and densities are obtained under plane stress assumption by authors in previous works. The optimum disk profile for minimum weight design is achieved by the Karush–Kuhn–Tucker (KKT optimality conditions. Inequality constrain equation is used in optimization to make sure that maximum von Mises stress is always less than yielding strength of the material of the disk.

  8. PARENTAL ROLE AND NARCISSICM IN CONSTRUCTING SELF-IMAGE IN JOICE CAROL OATES’S SHORT STORY

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    Yustin Sartika

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    Full Text Available POLA ASUH DAN NARSISME DALAM MENGKONSTRUKSI GAMBARAN DIRI DI CERITA JOICE CAROL OATES Abstract This research attempts to find the parental role and narcissism in constructing self-image in Where Are You Going Where Have You Been by Joice Carol Oates. This research was qualitative. By using object relation theory, this research finds that less attachment and abandonment leads to depression. To avoid further rejection, self can split to different personalities. Unpleasant experience during maturing process produces low self-esteem. Narcissism works to soothe the anxiety on developing the self-image. Keywords: abandonment, depression, split personality Abstrak Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menemukan pola asuh orang tua dan narsisme dalam membangun gambaran diri dalam Where Are You Going Where Have You Been karya Joice Carol Oates. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kualitatif. Dengan menggunakan teori hubungan objek, penelitian ini menemukan bahwa kurangnya kedekatan dan rasa penolakan memunculkan depresi. Untuk mencegah penolakan lebih lanjut, diri dapat terbagi menjadi karakter yang berbeda-beda. Pengalaman pendewasaan yang tidak menyenangkan dapat menyebabkan anak memiliki rasa penghargaan diri yang rendah. Narsisme bekerja untuk meredakan kegelisahan dalam mengembangkan diri. Kata kunci: penolakan, depresi, karakter ganda

  9. Baring Skills, Not Soul: Carol Ann Duffy’s Intertextual Games

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    Catherine LANONE

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    Full Text Available Maîtrisant à merveille la contre-interpellation ludique dans The World’s Wife, Carol Ann Duffy  est réputée pour ses jeux intertextuels et ses réécritures féministes des grands mythes, donnant la parole aux figures féminines que l’histoire effaçait pour faire triompher le féminin et rire du masculin. Mais son recueil Rapture, publié en 2005, s’écarte radicalement du modèle féministe pour tenter une appropriation plus discrète de la tradition pétrarquisante de la poésie amoureuse. Resémiotisant les clichés, jouant sur une simplicité incantatoire, Duffy pratique ici l’écho plutôt que la réécriture, dans un dépouillement sensuel, explorant amour puis désamour au rythme d’une poésie qui emprunte au jazz ses variations fluides ou syncopées.

  10. Wives, love and animals: themes in the Poetry of Adrienne Rich and Carol Ann Duffy

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    Eleonora Rao

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses firstly, the  poetical space of celebrated American poet Adrienne Rich who died in March 2012, at the age of 82. The analysis focuses on Rich’s complex  figurations of female subjectivity as well as on her nuanced positions in relation to the public role of the poet today. Rich’s attention to the political dimension did not exclude intimate reflections on personal relationships and on their modalities. In this respect her poetry is close to another important lesbian author, the poet laureate Coral Ann Duffy. In The World’s Wife (1999, Carol Ann Duffy presents thirty sketches of famed men from both history and mythology by their wives. Each wife extols or criticizes her own husband in a combination of sarcasm and sentimentalism, with peaks of  extreme bitterness and self-pity. Such singular and irreverent feminine versions show a series of references to the animal world. As a matter of fact, Duffy creates a downright vast and varied bestiary, which focuses on the problematic association between the female and the animal body. The aim of this essay is to explore the multiple possibilities of representation and placement of the human body in the space, through the lenses of ecocriticism and posthumanism.

  11. Carole Pateman and the feminist critique to the classical theory of democracy (Locke and Rousseau

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    Alicia del Águila

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo parte del supuesto de que la no incorporación de la mujer en el escenario político - un hecho reciente, del siglo XX - ocurrió no a pesar del pensamiento democrático, sino porque la teoría democrática misma se sustentaba en esa exclusión de la mujer en el espacio público. Este supuesto es producto de la mirada crítica que desde el feminismo se ha hecho a las teorías clásicas de la democracia, concretamente, del contrato social. En este marco, Carole Pateman es una autora de la mayor relevancia, pues su crítica parte de la deconstrucción misma de los discursos clásicos sobre la democracia, y no desde fuera de él. El presente trabajo hace un seguimiento a las ideas principales de Pateman en su libro "The Disorder of Women", en torno a dos autores clásicos del contrato social, Rousseau y Locke, en torno a un tema esencial para entender la exclusión de la mujer del ámbito político: el contrato social, la esfera pública y sus sujetos, los ciudadanos. Para ello, nos apoyaremos de otros autores, como Mary Wollstonecraft, citada por la propia Pateman en dicho libro, y MacPherson, teórico y crítico del pensamiento liberal y de la democracia moderna.

  12. The Awkward Academic: Why Judith Reads James in Joyce Carol Oates's "My Warszawa: 1980"

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    Kerry Sutherland

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Joyce Carol Oates’s short story “My Warszawa: 1980” follows the journey of well-respected academician Judith Horne as she travels to and within Poland to participate in an international conference on American culture. She has a vague connection to Poland, with remote family members who were killed in Auschwitz and a Jewish ancestry that can be seen in her features, but she considers these facts unimportant to who she is at the moment. She travels with her lover, who is as remote emotionally as her dead forbears are physically. The emotional connections she makes with the people and land begin to affect her well-ordered and controlled life, including her relationship with him. As they sit side by side on the plane to Poland, he attends to his work as journalist, typewriter on his lap, and Judith gazes at the landscape, an opened book on hers. It is Henry James’s The Awkward Age, unread, chosen by Judith with a logic she cannot recall. Why does Oates give James to Judith, and why does she choose this novel in particular to influence her? Nanda’s story is a warning to Judith, a red flag that unfolds as the younger girl’s ruin proceeds before her eyes, and Judith realizes that the man she loves will never marry her, just as Vanderbank refuses to propose to Nanda. Neither man is comfortable with a woman who is corrupted by knowledge that might undermine his need for authority in the relationship. Nanda understands her position too late, but Judith has time to reflect on her situation, and Oates leaves the story unfinished, with Judith on a plane home with Carl but not definitively resigned to the relationship.

  13. "Carol I" Central University Library Continuous Training Program through Documentary Visits. A Documentary Visit to Cotroceni Museum

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    Emanuela Florea-Paraipan

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    Full Text Available In this essay we aim to emphasize the role of documentary visits in continuous training programs of library professionals. As alternative form of continuous training, the "Carol I" Central University Library runs an annual program of documentary visits to Bucharest museums, in order to identify from the historical, biographical, literary, artistic and scientific perspective, the manner in which evolved Romanian spirituality nationally and beyond. As a form of initial training for national inheritance understanding, the professional visits to cultural institutions allows the discovery of the categories of collections, the structure and their pedagogical value in learning, teaching and training.

  14. Second-order capillary electrophoresis diode array detector data modeled with the Tucker3 algorithm: A novel strategy for Argentinean white wine discrimination respect to grape variety.

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    Azcarate, Silvana M; de Araújo Gomes, Adriano; Vera-Candioti, Luciana; Cesar Ugulino de Araújo, Mário; Camiña, José M; Goicoechea, Héctor C

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    Data obtained by capillary electrophoresis with diode array detection (CE-DAD) were modeled with the purpose to discriminate Argentinean white wines samples produced from three grape varieties (Torrontés, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon blanc). Thirty-eight samples of commercial white wine from four wine-producing provinces of Argentina (Mendoza, San Juan, Salta, and Rio Negro) were analyzed. CE-DAD matrices with dimensions of 421 elution times (from 1.17 to 7.39 minutes) × 71 wavelengths (from 227 to 367 nm) were joined in a three way data array and decomposed by Tucker3 method under non-negativity constraint, employing 18, 18 and six factors in the modes 1, 2 and 3, respectively. Using the scores of Tucker model, it was possible to discriminate samples of Argentinean white wine by linear discriminant analysis and Kernel linear discriminant analysis. Core element analysis of the Tucker3 model allows identifying the loading profiles in spectral mode related to Argentinean white wine samples. © 2016 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  15. Effective Differentiation: A Guide for Teachers and Leaders. Q&A for Carol A. Tomlinson, Ed.D. REL Mid-Atlantic Educator Effectiveness Webinar Series

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    In this webinar, Dr. Carol Tomlinson of the University of Virginia presented the research base supporting the practice of differentiation and described the characteristics of effective differentiation. She led a discussion of how quality preparation can build and strengthen teachers' knowledge and skills in implementing differentiated instruction…

  16. Cíntia Moscovich e Carol Bensimon: a personagem homossexual feminina na literatura brasileira contemporânea

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    Juliana Gervason Defilippo

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    Full Text Available Este artículo intenta presentar un análisis de los personajes homosexuales femeninos en las obras Duas iguais, de Cíntia Moscovich, y Todos nós adorávamos caubóis, de Carol Bensimon. Para ésto presenta una breve investigación de los enfoques presentes en la literatura brasileña, desde el Barroco hasta el Modernismo, a partir del carácter del amor entre mujeres. Al hacer la comparación entre las dos obras contemporáneas y las obras antiguas, se pretende comprender cómo se da la representación del personaje homosexual femenino y la manera en que esa representación fue modificándose a lo largo de los años en Brasil.

  17. Severing Ties: A Lacanian Reading of Motherhood in Joyce Carol Oates’s Short Stories "The Children" and "Feral"

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    Uroš Tomić

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper approaches two of Joyce Carol Oates’s short stories (“The Children” and “Feral” from a Lacanian perspective on the tripartite structure of personality in an attempt to analyze questions of motherhood and the parent-child separation process. Although published 35 years apart both stories deal with mothers who have trouble containing their maternal attitude and children who become elusive entities for their parents. Utilizing as well the concept of what Oates has termed “realistic allegory” in the analysis of characters situated within highly specific settings and circumstances, the paper aims to shed light on Oates’s vision of the workings of individuals within contemporary society.

  18. Carol Anne Bond v the United States of America: how a woman scorned threatened the Chemical Weapons Convention.

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    Muldoon, Anna; Kornblet, Sarah; Katz, Rebecca

    2011-09-01

    The case of Carol Anne Bond v the United States of America stemmed from a domestic dispute when Ms. Bond attempted to retaliate against her best friend by attacking her with chemical agents. What has emerged is a much greater issue--a test of standing on whether a private citizen can challenge the Tenth Amendment. Instead of being prosecuted in state court for assault, Ms. Bond was charged and tried in district court under a federal criminal statute passed as part of implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). Ms. Bond's argument rests on the claim that the statute exceeded the federal government's enumerated powers in criminalizing her behavior and violated the Constitution, while the government contends legislation implementing treaty obligations is well within its purview. This question remains unanswered because there is dispute among the lower courts as to whether Ms. Bond, as a citizen, even has the right to challenge an amendment guaranteeing states rights when a state is not a party to the action. The Supreme Court heard the case on February 22, 2011, and, if it decides to grant Ms. Bond standing to challenge her conviction, the case will be returned to the lower courts. Should the court decide Ms. Bond has the standing to challenge her conviction and further questions the constitutionality of the law, it would be a significant blow to implementation of the CWC in the U.S. and the effort of the federal government to ensure we are meeting our international obligations.

  19. Drone Use in Monioring Open Ocean Surface Debris, Including Paired Manta and Tucker Trawls for Relateing Sea State to Vertical Debris Distribution

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    Lattin, G.

    2016-02-01

    Monitoring debris at sea presents challenges not found in beach or riverine habitats, and is typically done with trawl nets of various apertures and mesh sizes, which limits the size of debris captured and the area surveyed. To partially overcome these limitations in monitoring floating debris, a Quadcopter drone with video transmitting and recording capabilities was deployed at the beginning and the end of manta trawl transects within the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre's eastern convergence zone. Subsurface tucker trawls at 10 meters were conducted at the same time as the manta trawls, in order to assess the effect of sea state on debris dispersal. Trawls were conducted on an 11 station grid used repeatedly since 1999. For drone observations, the operator and observer were stationed on the mother ship while two researchers collected observed debris using a rigid inflatable boat (RIB). The drone was flown to a distance of approximately 100 meters from the vessel in a zigzag or circular search pattern. Here we examine issues arising from drone deployment during the survey: 1) relation of area surveyed by drone to volume of water passing through trawl; 2) retrieval of drone-spotted and associated RIB spotted debris. 3) integrating post- flight image analysis into retrieved debris quantification; and 4) factors limiting drone effectiveness at sea. During the survey, debris too large for the manta trawl was spotted by the drone, and significant debris not observed using the drone was recovered by the RIB. The combination of drone sightings, RIB retrieval, and post flight image analysis leads to improved monitoring of debris at sea. We also examine the issue of the distribution of floating debris during sea states varying from 0-5 by comparing quantities from surface manta trawls to the tucker trawls at a nominal depth of 10 meters.

  20. Evaluating the Effects of Differences in Group Abilities on the Tucker and the Levine Observed-Score Methods for Common-Item Nonequivalent Groups Equating. ACT Research Report Series 2010-1

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    Chen, Hanwei; Cui, Zhongmin; Zhu, Rongchun; Gao, Xiaohong

    2010-01-01

    The most critical feature of a common-item nonequivalent groups equating design is that the average score difference between the new and old groups can be accurately decomposed into a group ability difference and a form difficulty difference. Two widely used observed-score linear equating methods, the Tucker and the Levine observed-score methods,…

  1. A SEPARAÇÃO ENTRE ESFERA PÚBLICA E PRIVADA: UM CONFRONTO ENTRE JOHN LOCKE, JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU E CAROLE PATEMAN

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    RESUMO: O presente artigo busca problematizar a separação entre esfera pública e esfera privada, existente no modelo liberal burguês, como um substrato legitimador da imposição de papeis sociais e sexuais diferenciados para homens e mulheres. Para tanto, o trabalho confronta as ideias fundamentais do pensamento de John Locke e de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, teóricos liberais contratualistas do séc. XVII-XVIII, diante da teoria do contrato sexual da teórica feminista Carole Pateman. Palavras-cha...

  2. Gender, work and violence in The gravedigger’s daughter, by Joyce Carol Oates, and O apocalipse dos trabalhadores, by Valter Hugo Mãe

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    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available This article aims to discuss the representation of female workers and its relation to gender violence in contemporary literature. Based on the analysis of the novels The gravedigger’s daughter (2008 by Joyce Carol Oates, and O apocalipse dos trabalhadores (The workers’ apocalypse (2013 by Portuguese writer Valter Hugo Mãe, we aim to compare how the characters shift between domestic space and their workplace. Considering the perspective of gender studies and female/male authorship, we will discuss the stereotypes that are created in these narratives and their implications to incidents of violence against women, especially at their workplace.

  3. IDENTIDAD SOCIAL DE LOS HABITANTES DE LA POBLACIÓN CAROL URZÚA PERTENECIENTE A LA COMUNA DE PUENTE ALTO

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    Esta investigación aborda la realidad de la población Carol Urzúa perteneciente a la comuna de Puente Alto en la Región Metropolitana, territorio en el cual se reconoce la presencia de problemáticas sociales como situaciones de pobreza, embarazo adolescente, bajos niveles educacionales, violencia social, microtráfico de drogas, hacinamiento, cesantía, entre otros, los que van configurando contextos de marginalidad y exclusión social. Estos fenómenos están mediados por dinámicas...

  4. TRABAJO SEXUAL Y FEMINISMO, UNA FILIACIÓN BORRADA: TRADUCCIÓN DE "INVENTING SEX WORK" DE CAROL LEIGH (ALIAS SCARLOT HARLOT

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    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available En esta introducción a la traducción del texto de Carol Leigh, reponemos brevemente el contexto de los debates feministas presentes en el surgimiento de la idea de trabajo sexual. Además brindamos una clave de lectura que permite comprender la importancia actual de esta traducción en el marco de una fuerte polarización del debate feminista sobre la prostitución y la transnacionalización de la campaña contra la trata de personas.

  5. ENSEIGNER ET METTRE EN SCÈNE LA LITTÉRATURE FRANCOPHONE DANS LES UNIVERSITÉS JORDANIENNES : LE COLLIER D’HÉLÈNE DE CAROLE FRÉCHETTE

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    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available For the research group “French for Foreigners in Jordan’s Universities”, I developed a lesson about a contemporary Drama Helen’s Necklace (2001 by Carole Fréchette. I will explain this pedagogical experience in three parts. The first axis will underline the particular context of Francophonie in Jordan, the Second will summarize my work on Stage with the Students from two Universities and the Last will propose few didactic tracks.

  6. Whiteness as Cursed Property: An Interdisciplinary Intervention with Joyce Carol Oates’s Bellefleur and Cheryl Harris’s “Whiteness as Property”

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    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available This article begins with the assertion that now more than ever, in the aftermath of Ferguson and in a time when many believe our society to be post-racial, we need to bring together scholars and activists who care about racial justice, regardless of discipline, and build interdisciplinary tools for fighting racism. Furthermore, we need to understand and reveal how whiteness has been socially constructed because the power of whiteness lies in its invisibility, and that fuels the perpetuation of systemic racism. In making whiteness visible, we can see how it has been wielded as a weapon, which in turn will allow us to see how destructive it is for everyone, whites included. As part of this work, we need to break down the disciplinary boundary between literary studies and critical race theory (a field within legal studies that examines systemic racism in the context of the law. One example of such an interdisciplinary intervention is to bring together Cheryl Harris, a critical race theorist, and Joyce Carol Oates, a novelist. Harris published one of the foundational pieces of critical race theory in 1993 with her law review article “Whiteness as Property,” a legal analysis of whiteness, and Oates produced a masterpiece of American literature in 1980 with her novel Bellefleur, a complex story of a powerful white family that spans seven generations. This pairing lays the groundwork for the type of interdisciplinary dialogue we need because, within literary studies, when the novelist is white and the characters are white, there is still very little emphasis on the study of whiteness even though race is a significant focus of attention when the novelist and characters are people of color. Whiteness is still invisible, and that is part of the problem I am describing, both within literary studies and in our society at large. We need an interdisciplinary intervention to pull back the curtain on whiteness, see how it operates, recognize its danger, and

  7. 1978-IJBCS-Article-Aya carole Bonny

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    Salmonella. Kentucky for example, involved in an explosion of salmonellosis since 2002 in Europe and Africa, with poultry as primary vector (Le Hello et al., 2011). Salmonella Manhattan has also been involved in a large outbreak of salmonellosis associated with meat products of porcine origin in France (Noel et al.,. 2006).

  8. The science and management of sex verification in sport | Tucker ...

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    The verification of gender eligibility in sporting competition poses a biological and management challenge for sports science and medicine, as well as for sporting authorities. It has been established that in most sporting events, the strength and power advantage possessed by males as a result of the virilising action of ...

  9. DIGITAL FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP DATABASE, TUCKER COUNTY, WV, USA

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security — The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk...

  10. 75 FR 12522 - Carol M. White Physical Education Program

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    ... project with the Coordinated School Health program, Team Nutrition Training Grant, Recovery Act... vision for (a) encouraging the development of lifelong healthy habits, and (b) improving nutrition and..., integrated physical activity and nutrition programs and policies that are reinforced in and by the community...

  11. Dr Carol Adelman “Emerging Economies: the changing landscape ...

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    scaled up to benefit significant numbers of people, and the private sector has the ... was carrying a child with a club foot, and I went up to her and said, “Mother Teresa, this is a rare .... developing world), the Internet, global giving — ways of giving that are done faster, ..... should have “skin in the game,” as we say in sports.

  12. Eesti jäämurdekontseptsioon / Carol Kirss, Tarmo Kõuts

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    Kirss, Carol

    2005-01-01

    Autorite arvates on Eestis olemas risk, et sadamad jäävad külmadel talvedel piisava jäämurdevõimsuse juures blokeerituks. Võimalikest jäämurdekontseptsioonidest Eestis. Diagrammid: Kaubavedu Eesti sadamate kaudu; Eesti sadamate laevakülastused. Tabelid: Talvesadmate osatähtsus; Jäämurdjate optimaalse arvu selgitamine; Soome ja Liivi lahe erinevate jäämurdesüsteemide versioonide maksumus

  13. C.A.R.O.L. project - Camargue Rhone Languedoc final report; Projet Carol - Camargue Rhone Languedoc rapport final

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    This report had for objective to study the dispersion of artificial radionuclides in the low Rhone valley, then to identify and to quantify the principal flux or transfers that have lead to this distribution. Atmospheric nuclear tests fallout, Chernobylsk fallout nuclear facilities in the Rhone valley are such possible sources of radionuclides in this area. The study of the origin of the cesium 137 present in soils has lead to quantify the relationship between the deposits consecutive to Chernobylsk accident and the rains of the first week of may 1986. This study has been the first step to the elaboration of a mapping of cesium 137 deposit, in the east of France in a first time then all over the France. it is the superimposition of this map with this one of atmospheric nuclear tests fallout that allows today to answer to the question of cesium 137 activity in some French areas. An other application has been the answer relative to the nuclear fallout of Chernobylsk in Corsica.. Equally, this study has allowed to answer to the questions about the quality of wine in the Rhone valley and the situation of plutonium in the flooded region of Camargue. (N.C.)

  14. On low-rank updates to the singular value and Tucker decompositions

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    O' Hara, M J

    2009-10-06

    The singular value decomposition is widely used in signal processing and data mining. Since the data often arrives in a stream, the problem of updating matrix decompositions under low-rank modification has been widely studied. Brand developed a technique in 2006 that has many advantages. However, the technique does not directly approximate the updated matrix, but rather its previous low-rank approximation added to the new update, which needs justification. Further, the technique is still too slow for large information processing problems. We show that the technique minimizes the change in error per update, so if the error is small initially it remains small. We show that an updating algorithm for large sparse matrices should be sub-linear in the matrix dimension in order to be practical for large problems, and demonstrate a simple modification to the original technique that meets the requirements.

  15. When are Overcomplete Topic Models Identifiable? Uniqueness of Tensor Tucker Decompositions with Structured Sparsity

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    2013-08-14

    Communications and Computing, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept., University of California, Irvine, USA 92697. Email : a.anandkumar...uci.edu,mjanzami@uci.edu. Daniel Hsu and Sham Kakade are with Microsoft Research New England, 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142. Email : dahsu...Andreas Maurer, Massimiliano Pontil, and Bernardino Romera-Paredes. Sparse coding for multitask and transfer learning. ArxXiv preprint, abs/1209.0738, 2012

  16. Kuhn-Tucker optimization based reliability analysis for probabilistic finite elements

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    Liu, W. K.; Besterfield, G.; Lawrence, M.; Belytschko, T.

    1988-01-01

    The fusion of probability finite element method (PFEM) and reliability analysis for fracture mechanics is considered. Reliability analysis with specific application to fracture mechanics is presented, and computational procedures are discussed. Explicit expressions for the optimization procedure with regard to fracture mechanics are given. The results show the PFEM is a very powerful tool in determining the second-moment statistics. The method can determine the probability of failure or fracture subject to randomness in load, material properties and crack length, orientation, and location.

  17. 76 FR 12365 - Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Tucker and Grant Counties, WV; Final Comprehensive...

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    .... Alternative B, the ``Service-Preferred Alternative,'' is designed to balance the conservation of a mixed... obtain copies of the final CCP and FONSI by any of the following methods. You may request a hard copy or... species, encouraging research that benefits our resource decisions, continuing to acquire land from...

  18. How to Build a Bacterial Cell: MreB as the Foreman of E. coli Construction.

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    Shi, Handuo; Bratton, Benjamin P; Gitai, Zemer; Huang, Kerwyn Casey

    2018-03-08

    Cell shape matters across the kingdoms of life, and cells have the remarkable capacity to define and maintain specific shapes and sizes. But how are the shapes of micron-sized cells determined from the coordinated activities of nanometer-sized proteins? Here, we review general principles that have surfaced through the study of rod-shaped bacterial growth. Imaging approaches have revealed that polymers of the actin homolog MreB play a central role. MreB both senses and changes cell shape, thereby generating a self-organizing feedback system for shape maintenance. At the molecular level, structural and computational studies indicate that MreB filaments exhibit tunable mechanical properties that explain their preference for certain geometries and orientations along the cylindrical cell body. We illustrate the regulatory landscape of rod-shape formation and the connectivity between cell shape, cell growth, and other aspects of cell physiology. These discoveries provide a framework for future investigations into the architecture and construction of microbes. Copyright © 2018 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  19. 75 FR 34891 - Carol M. White Physical Education Program; Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number...

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    ... requirements reflect an approach that looks not just at student-level improvements, but at broad, systemic... subjects such as math, reading, and science, and encourage use of similar strategies for physical education... requirements contained in Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, and policies regarding student level...

  20. 76 FR 17384 - Applications for New Awards; Carol M. White Physical Education Program

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    ... school food or child nutrition director), grocery stores, supermarkets, restaurants, corner stores... where you, the applicant, address the selection criteria that reviewers use to evaluate your application.... Application Review Information 1. Selection Criteria: The selection criteria for this program are from 34 CFR...

  1. 78 FR 13041 - Applications for New Awards; Carol M. White Physical Education Program

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    2013-02-26

    ... child nutrition director), grocery stores, supermarkets, restaurants, corner stores, farmers' markets... this program. Page Limit: The application narrative is where you, the applicant, address the selection.... Application Review Information 1. Selection Criteria: The selection criteria for this program are from 34 CFR...

  2. Sentiment and Vision in Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol and The Cricket on the Hearth

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    Heather Tilley

    2007-04-01

    Full Text Available This essay explores the ways in which sentimentality is manifested through the visible, and through associative functions of the eye, in two of Dickens's Christmas books of the 1840s. I situate the relationship between vision and sentiment within discourses from eighteenth-century moral philosophy, as Adam Smith's figure of the “Impartial Spectator” (of central importance to the development of ideas around sympathy is constructed mainly through the visual. I focus on two of the Christmas Books as they offer an interesting local study to test these ideas, coming at a critical juncture within the development of Dickens's own writing style, and also at an important historical moment within an investigation into Victorian sentimentality. Within Dickens's writing, sentimentality is typically associated with the exaggerated emotional portrayal of pathetic scenes (particularly the deaths of children, designed to elicit emotional responses from the reader. However, behind the hyperbole rests a concern with the self's need to take social, ethical and moral care of others, and the role of literature and art in tutoring the reader's emotional response, with the eye playing a crucial role in this act. I further explore the way in which Dickens's interest in blindness both reinforces, and points to certain disturbances, in his sentimental vision.

  3. Miks projektivõrgustikud projektmeeskondadele tuule alla teevad ? / Jonathan Cummings, Carol Pletscher

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    Cummings, Jonatahan

    2011-01-01

    Õige ja asjakohase oskusteabe leidmise keerukusest teadmistemahukate meeskonnaprojektide realiseerimisel. Projektvõrgustike analüüs. Skeemid: Mille poolest finaalijõudnud meeskonnad erinesid?, Kuidas projektvõrgustikud laiendavad meeskonna haaret?, Kuidas kasutada projektvõrgustikke?

  4. Mme Carol Adelman « Pays émergents : évolution dans les ...

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    secteur privé élargit de façon exponentielle la portée de l'investissement public .... religieux — vous seriez très surpris de voir ce qu'on fait dans le secteur privé. ...... question envoyée par l'entremise de Twitter : en Inde, la nouvelle loi sur les ...

  5. C.A.R.O.L. project - Camargue Rhone Languedoc final report

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    2006-01-01

    This report had for objective to study the dispersion of artificial radionuclides in the low Rhone valley, then to identify and to quantify the principal flux or transfers that have lead to this distribution. Atmospheric nuclear tests fallout, Chernobylsk fallout nuclear facilities in the Rhone valley are such possible sources of radionuclides in this area. The study of the origin of the cesium 137 present in soils has lead to quantify the relationship between the deposits consecutive to Chernobylsk accident and the rains of the first week of may 1986. This study has been the first step to the elaboration of a mapping of cesium 137 deposit, in the east of France in a first time then all over the France. it is the superimposition of this map with this one of atmospheric nuclear tests fallout that allows today to answer to the question of cesium 137 activity in some French areas. An other application has been the answer relative to the nuclear fallout of Chernobylsk in Corsica.. Equally, this study has allowed to answer to the questions about the quality of wine in the Rhone valley and the situation of plutonium in the flooded region of Camargue. (N.C.)

  6. Reformierakonna varjatud arved / Kadri Jakobson, Kadrin Karner, Koit Brinkmann ; kommenteerinud Carol Merzin

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    Jakobson, Kadri, 1970-

    2009-01-01

    Riigiprokuratuur leidis, et Jaanus Rahumägi ja Robert Antropov rahastasid oma valimiskampaaniat ise ning tegu ei olnud Reformierakonna kampaaniga. Tabel: Reformierakonna riigikogu valimiskampaaniaga seotud kulud, mida erakond pole deklareerinud

  7. TLÜ-d külastab juhtiv õppekavateooria spetsialist / Carol Ojasoo

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    Ojasoo, Carol

    2011-01-01

    Tallinna ülikooli külastab üks maailma juhtivaid õppekavateooria spetsialiste, paljude monograafiate autor ja rahvusvaheliste kogumike toimetaja, Kanada Briti Columbia ülikooli professor William Pinar, kes annab seminari teemal "Kaasaja allegooriad: õppekava areng nartsissismi ja kaasajalisuse kultuuris"

  8. An Archaeological an Bioarchaeological Perspective. The Tucker (41DT104) and Sinclair (41DT105) Cemeteries of Delta County, Texas

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    1988-01-01

    presence of abscesses and calculus deposits, agenesis, and the extent of antemortem tooth loss. The teeth were examined for caries using a new dental...childnood. Conversely. the absence of any chronic skeletal pathology, other than age-related degenerative arthritis, indicates this individual enjoyed good...and left acetabulum (rim and lunate surfaces), the apices of the sacroiliac auricular surfaces, a fragment of thv inferior demiface of the right

  9. 75 FR 34910 - Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools; Overview Information; Carol M. White Physical Education...

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    2010-06-18

    ..., Team Nutrition Training Grant, Recovery Act Communities Putting Prevention to Work--Community... undertaking the following activities: (1) instruction in healthy eating habits and good nutrition and (2... school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity. Schools can apply for...

  10. Determining health expectancies

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    Robine, Jean-Marie

    2003-01-01

    ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xv Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jean-Marie Robine, Carol Jagger, Colin D...

  11. An Experienced Worker's View of the Workplace: Caring about Employees Brings Success to Companies.

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    Alvarez, Carl

    1992-01-01

    A bakery foreman states that employers need (1) a sustained standard of living; (2) job security; (3) creativity; and (4) dignity in work. He suggests that foreman must find ways to increase productivity while treating employees as individuals. (SK)

  12. Planning and management support for NPP personnel SAT-based training programmes

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    Ziakova, M.

    1998-01-01

    Planning and management support for NPP personnel SAT-based training programmes is described for the following job positions: reactor operator; turbine operator; reactor maintenance worker; pump maintenance worker; chemistry foreman; health physics foreman; electric maintenance worker

  13. Oliivipuude triloogia - mõnus suvine võrkkiige-lugemine / Mari Klein

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    Klein, Mari

    2007-01-01

    Tutvustus: Drinkwater, Carol. Oliiviistandus / tlk. Laine Hone. Tallinn : Varrak, 2004 ; Drinkwater, Carol. Oliivisaak / tlk. Eve-Reet Tammet. Tallinn : Varrak, 2997 ; Drinkwater, Carol. Oliivihooaeg / tlk. Lane Hone ja Karin Rita. Tallinn : Varrak, 2006

  14. Carole Brugeilles, Sylvie Cromer, Thérèse Locoh, Analyser les représentations sexuées dans les manuels scolaires

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    Zolesio, Emmanuelle

    2011-01-01

    Dès les années 1960, à l'échelle internationale, plusieurs études s'attachent à relever dans les manuels scolaires les stéréotypes sexués à l'origine du maintien et du renforcement des inégalités hommes/femmes . Cette approche a donné lieu à plusieurs publications d'ouvrages et d'articles depuis, portant principalement sur la littérature de jeunesse et les manuels scolaires proposés par l'Education nationale, ou encore les encyclopédies pour enfants. Ce qui se dégage des analyses d'Anne Daf...

  15. Worldwide U.S. Active Duty Military Deaths: Alphabetical Index by Name, (Aakhus Daniel Joseph - Zysk Carol Rose), October 1, 1979 thru September 30, 1993

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  16. Kirsten Fudeman, Aaron Lawson, Carol Rosen and Devon Strolovitch (Editors, Cornell Working Papers in Linguistics, Romance Philology 17, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1999, 196 pagine

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    Pavao Tekavčić

    2000-12-01

    Full Text Available Sotto questo titolo è apparsa nell'autunno del 1999 un'antologia curata dai quattro editori,. contenente 29 brani ( ad opera dei curatori e altri collaboratori. Le linee direttrici sono esposte nella prefazione (Preface, 2 pagine introduttive fuori paginazione. La base è l'antologia Early Romance Texts: An Anthology (1980 di Rodney Sampson, definita invaluable, ma ormai di difficile accesso. Perciò, con la presente scelta di testi si cerca di ovviare a questa situazione. Ci sono però determinati limiti: infatti, sono stati tralasciati i testi più noti, canonici, già bene studiati, ma nel contempo si è desistito anche dall'includere soltanto testi finora non pubblicati. In tal modo si è scelta una via di mezzo, includendo i testi meno noti e meno discussi, tutti pubblicati, è vero, già prima ma in places now considered relatively obscure e parecchio tempo (perfino tutto un secolo fa. La struttura di tutti i contributi è identica: ad una succinta introduzione (dati essenziali sul relativo testo seguono il brano, i commenti, la bibliografia e la traduzione inglese. In tal modo l'antologia è coerente, di facile orientamento ed altrettanto facili confronti tra i singoli testi, il che è di notevole importanza scientifica e pedagogica. Infine, i curatori fanno risaltare il ruolo delle ricerche filologiche negli studi più propriamente linguistici.

  17. Kirsten Fudeman, Aaron Lawson, Carol Rosen and Devon Strolovitch (Editors, Cornell Working Papers in Linguistics, Romance Philology 17, Cornell Universitiy, Ithaca, NY 1999, 196 pagine

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    Pavao Tekavčić

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Sotto questo titolo è apparsa nell'autunno del 1999 un'antologia curata dai quattro editori„ contenente 29 brani (ad opera dei curatori e altri collaboratori. Le linee direttrici sono esposte nella prefazione (Preface, 2 pagine introduttive fuori paginazione. La base è l'antologia Early Romance Texts: An Anthology (1980 di Rodney Sampson, definita invaluable, ma ormai di difficile accesso. Perciò, con la presente scelta di testi si cerca di ovviare a questa situazione. Ci sono pero determinati limiti: infatti, sono stati tralasciati i testi più noti, canonici, già bene studiati, ma nel contempo si è desistito anche dall'includere soltanto testi finora non pubblicati. In tal modo si è scelta una via di mezzo, includendo i testi meno noti e meno discussi, tutti pubblicati, è vero, già prima ma in places now considered relatively obscure e parecchio tempo (perfino tutto un secolo fa. La struttura di tutti i contributi è identica: ad una succinta introduzione (dati essenziali sul relativo testo seguono il brano, i commenti, la bibliografia e la traduzione inglese. In tal modo l'antologia è coerente, di facile orientamento ed altrettanto facili confronti tra i singoli testi, il che è di notevole

  18. IT kolledži haridusega ei jää keegi elus hätta / Carol Ojasoo, Truls Ringkjob

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    Ojasoo, Carol

    2010-01-01

    IT kolledži suurimaks eeliseks peavad tudengid ja vilistlased kvaliteetseid, praktilise suunitlusega õppekavasid, professionaalseid õppejõude, tipptasemel õppetehnikat ja tänapäevast õppekeskkonda. Kolledži uudishimupäevast. Ka õppejõu Truls Ringkjobi mõtteavaldus

  19. Female Sex Tourism in the Caribbean – A “Fair Trade” or a New Kind of Colonial Exploitation? – Tanika Gupta’s Sugar Mummies and Debbie Tucker Green’s Trade

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    Klein Hildegard

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The above-mentioned authors offer a challenging and revealing study of the enjoyments and drawbacks of female sex tourism. I examine the interactions between white female tourists and local black men from the context of post-colonialism, asking whether these encounters can be considered a “fair trade” or whether they are the neo-colonising of people in this ex-slave society.

  20. Lloyd F. Novick, Cynthia B. Morrow, Carole Novick: 21 Public Health Case Studies on Policy & Administration : Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia, 2018, 368 pp., Paperback, Figures, Tables, Bibliography, Index., $79.99.

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    Teutsch, Steven M

    2018-03-06

    This review looks at a compilation of 21 case studies edited by Lloyd F. Novick et al. that provide a broad array of real-life public health challenges from infectious disease and chronic disease to development of evidence-based guidelines and a system of accreditation gathered from the experience of many authors-all seasoned public health professionals. Tracking the 2016 CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health) criteria, the cases provide a vehicle for students, public health professionals and others to understand the complexities of competing demands in public health. These case studies may be used as educational tools for a broad range of public health learners but are also intended to appeal to anyone who is interested in public health.

  1. 78 FR 25479 - Notice of Determinations Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance

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    2013-05-01

    ... Impact date 82,292 Umicore Thin Film Products, Providence, RI. Division of Umicore USA, Inc... Advertising & Tucker, GA. Publishing LLC, Tucker, Georgia Division, YP Subsidiary Holdings LLC, YP Holdings...

  2. Assessing the effects of human-induced land degradation in the former homelands of northern South Africa with a 1 km AVHRR NDVI time-series

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    Full Text Available been successfully estimated with the normalized dif- ference vegetation index (NDVI) derived from satellite data (Deering et al., 1975; Jury et al., 1997; Myneni et al., 1997; Prince, 1991b; Prince & Tucker, 1986; Tucker & Sellers, 1986). NDVI captures... productivity (NPP; Schloss et al., 1999). In arid and semiarid lands, seasonal sums of multitemporal NDVI are strongly corre- lated with vegetation production (Prince, 1991b; Prince & Tucker, 1986; Nicholson & Farrar, 1994; Nicholson et al., 1998). Human...

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  5. Analyzing the Intersections of Race and Class: An Essay Review of Nicola Rollock, David Gillborn, Carol Vincent, and Stephen J. Ball's "The Colour of Class: The Educational Strategies of the Black Middle Class" (New York, NY: Routledge, 2015, pp. 201. ISBN: 978-0-415-80982-5)

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    In England, we might say that "the Empire has come home." This means that while racism and the processes of racialization are indeed extraordinarily powerful, there will not only be strong similarities between say the United States and England but also significant differences in how these things play out both now and in the past. This is…

  6. Kuhlthau’s Classic Research on the Information Search Process (ISP Provides Evidence for Information Seeking as a Constructivist Process. A review of: Kuhlthau, Carol C. “Inside the Search Process: Information Seeking from the User's Perspective.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science 42.5 (1991: 361‐71.

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    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To extend understanding of purposeful information seeking and to present a model of the information search process (ISP from the perspective of the user.Design – Review of theoretical foundation, summing up of qualitative and quantitative data from a series of five foundational studies, and presentation of ISP model. Setting – Summarised research was conducted primarily in high school and college environments where subjects were investigating an assigned topic. A small proportion of public libraries were used in the fifth study within the reviewed series.Subjects – The ISP model as presented in this ‘classic’ article is based on studies involving a total of 558 participants. The first study involved 26 academically advanced high school seniors, and the 2 subsequent studies involved respectively 20 and 4 of the original participants following their completion of 4 years of college. The final 2 studies involved respectively 147 high, middle and low achieving high school seniors, and 385 academic, public and school library users.Methods – This paper presents the foundation for the ISP model by reviewing the relationship between Kelly’s personal construct theory, Belkin, Brooks, and Oddy’s investigation of cognitive aspects of the constructive information seeking process, and Taylor’s work on levels of information need (“Question‐negotiation” and value‐added information (“Value added”. This is followed by a review of Kuhlthau’s five foundational studies, which investigated the common information seeking experiences of users who were seeking to expand knowledge related to a particular topic or problem. The first of these studies was a small‐scale exploration in which participants were given two assignments. Questionnaires, journaling, search logs, and reflective writing were used to collect data throughout the process of assignment completion. Data collection was augmented by case studies involving in‐depth interviews and construction of timelines and flowcharts with six study participants. The six‐stage ISP model was developed from qualitative content analysis of participants’ perceptions and experiences (Kuhlthau, “Library Research Process”. In the second study, the same questionnaire was used to determine how students’ perceptions of the ISP had changed over time. Post‐college responses were compared to responses given in high school and statistical significance was determined through t Tests (Kuhlthau, Perceptions. Four of the original 6 case study participants were interviewed in the third study, in which interview data and search process timelines were compared with high school case studies (Kuhlthau, Longitudinal. In the fourth and fifth studies, large‐scale field studies were conducted to verify the ISP model. Process surveys elicited participants’ thoughts and feelings at initiation, midpoint, and closure of a search task. Data were analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics including measures of significance and analysis of variance (Kuhlthau, Information Search; Kuhlthau et al.. Following a summation of these 5 research studies, this article details and discusses the ISP model.Main results – Based on the data from the five studies, the ISP presents a constructivist approach to information seeking and incorporates affective, cognitive, and physical dimensions at each of six information searching stages: initiation, topic selection, pre‐focus exploration, focus formulation, information collection, and presentation. Individuals become aware of an information need at initiation. Feelings of uncertainty and apprehension are commonas wide‐ranging task exploration begins. At topic selection a general topic is selected and users frequently experience initial optimism, which is commonly followed by confusion and doubt as pre‐focus exploration commences and users struggle to extend personal knowledge through initial investigation of the general topic. A turning point occurs during focus formulation as constructs become clearer and uncertainty decreases. During information collection theuser is able to articulate focused need and is able to interact effectively with intermediaries and systems. Relief is commonly experienced at presentation stage when findings are presented or used. Although stages are laid out sequentially, Kuhlthau notes that the ISP is an iterative process in which stages merge and overlap.Central to this model is the premise that uncertainty is not due merely to a lack of familiarity with sources and technologies,but is an integral and critical part of a process of learning that culminates in finding meaning through personal synthesis of topic or problem. Conclusion – Kuhlthau provides evidence for a view of information seeking as an evolving, iterative process and presents amodel for purposeful information searching which, if understood by users, intermediaries and information system designers, provides a basis for productive interaction. While users will benefit from understanding the evolving nature of focus formulation and the affective dimensions of information seeking, intermediaries andsystems are challenged to improve information provision in the early formative stages of a search. Although Kuhlthau identifies this research on the ISP as exploratory in nature, this article affords methodological insight into the use of mixed methods for exploring complex user oriented issues, presents a model that effectively communicates an approximation of the common information‐seeking process of users, and provides ongoing impetus for exploring the user’s perspective on information seeking.

  7. Web Usability Policies/Standards/Guidelines Do Not Influence Practices at ARL Academic Libraries. A Review of: Chen, Yu‐Hui, Carol Anne Germain and Huahai Yang. “An Exploration into the Practices of Library Web Usability in ARL Academic Libraries.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60.5 (2009: 953‐68.

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    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To survey the current status of Web usability Policies/Standards/Guidelines (PSGs found in academic libraries of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL. Researchers sought to investigate whether PSGs are in place, the levels of difficulty surrounding implementation, the impact of PSGs on design, testing, and resource allocation, and the relationship between ARL ranking and usability practice or PSGs.Design – Survey.Setting – North America.Subjects – Academic libraries of the ARL.Methods – An 18‐question survey consisting of multiple choice, Likert scale, and open‐ended questions was sent to all 113 ARL libraries in November 2007. Survey recipients were selected as the person in charge of Web site usability by visiting library Web sites and phone inquiry. The survey was concluded in January 2008 with a response rate of 74% (84 institutions. The researchers used t‐test to detect any difference in ARL library ranking between libraries with and without PSGs. Pair‐wise t‐tests were conducted to identify gaps in difficulty implementing PSGs. In addition, they used Pearson’s Correlation to investigate any significant correlations between variables such as ARL rank and resource allocation.Main Results – Of the 84 respondents, 34 (40% have general library Web PSGs and 25 (30% have specific usability PSGs; 41 (49% have at least one type of in‐library PSG. Of the 43 (51% libraries that do not have PSGs, 30 (36% are at universities with institutional Web usability PSGs; 26 (87% follow those guidelines. There was no statistically significant relationship between ARL ranking and PSG status (see Table 1. The authors asked about difficulty in implementing PSGs. Of the 32 libraries responding to a question about general library Web PSGs, most had slight or moderate difficulty. Twenty‐three libraries with specific usability PSGs identified difficulty levels; some had no difficulty, but a majority had moderate difficulty. For the 26 libraries using institutional Web usability PSGs, most had no or slight difficulty. Pair‐wise t‐tests showed that library Web usability PSGs were significantly more difficult to implement than university Web usability PSGs. Enforcement/agreement issues were reported as the primary difficulty in implementing in‐library PSGs. Technical issues and ambiguity were obstacles at the institutional level. More than half of the 84 libraries have Web advisory committees and about one third have usability committees or Web usability subcommittees. Several libraries answered that they have none of these committees, but indicated that they have some sort of ad hoc committee or user study group to address usability issues. Of the 84 respondents, 71 (85% have conducted usability testing. Sixty‐two libraries (73.8% rated usability testing as important, very important, or extremely important: the rate given for the importance of usability testing did not correlate with ARL ranking. Cited most often in open ended questioningwere the importance of iterative testing, library wide buy‐in, and staff and resource availability. Main web pages were tested most frequently. Fifty‐three libraries (74.6% tested their lower level pages at least once. OPACs were tested the least often. The amount of testing was impacted neither by the existence of library Web PSGs nor usability PSGs. The top two testing methods were in‐person observation and think aloud protocol.Of the 84 libraries, 24 (28% reported having staff dedicated to Web usability issues; twenty full‐time staff and four part‐time staff. There was a weak association between ARL ranking and hours worked by dedicated staff; no association existed for regular staff who take on Web responsibilities. Fifty‐one (60% of libraries had regular staff whose duties included Web usability; forty‐six full‐time and five part‐time. Training did not correlate to amount of testing methods used. There was a weak link between ALR ranking and availability of resources and, the authors showed, more testing was done as resources increased. In response to a query about future Web usability plans, the focus was on usability testing and site redesign, with only three libraries planning to refine or establish usability PSGs.Conclusion – The authors hypothesized that “web usability PSGs would influence usability practice within libraries and other institutions” (953. The data show that PSGs do not influence practices. The authors conclude that there is no significant relationship between PSGs and testing practices or PSGs and the availability of resources. Likewise, ARL ranking had no effect on the establishment of usability PSGs. Most libraries are conducting usability testing, and there was a weak link between ARL ranking and availability of testing resources. Highlighted in the open‐ended questions is the lack of usability expertise among stakeholders. Workload, inadequate human resources, and lack of organizational cohesion are also cited as barriers to the adoption of Web usability PSGs. The authors speculate that Web professionals likely use their own working knowledge and internalized guidelines without having formal documentation. The authors further speculate that the difficulty related to creating mental models that adequately represent library tasks may hinder the use of formal usability PSGs. Additionally, libraries may not regard the lack of usability PSGs as a liability, especially in light of the lack of government mandates or standards. The authors recommend educational efforts for key players on the value of Web usability, support for hiring dedicated staff, and formal documentation to guide design practice. The authors plan to compare the collected PSGs in an upcoming project. Future research could focus on non‐ARL libraries, the relationship between PSGs and user experience, and Content Management System (CMS usability characteristics.

  8. Researchers’ Attitudes and Behaviour to Data Archiving Policies and Practice is Typified by Low Awareness and Little Planning. A Review of: Perry, Carol Marie. “Archiving of Publicly Funded Research Data: A Survey of Canadian Researchers.” Government Information Quarterly 25 (2008: 133-48.

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    Gaby Haddow

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To assess researchers’ attitudes and behaviours in relation to archiving research data and to determine researchers’views about policies relating to data archiving.Design – Survey.Setting – Canadian universities.Subjects – Social sciences and humanities researchers from universities across Canada.Methods – A questionnaire comprising 15 questions was mailed to 175 researchers randomly sampled from a publicly available list of 5,821 individuals who had received grants and awards from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC. From this sample, 75 (43.4% responded within the five week time-frame stipulated. The questionnaire was constructed using four existing surveys and asked researchers for information about: geographical location, years of research experience, research funding sources, current plans to archive research data, awareness of archiving policies, attitude to mandated research data archiving, effect of mandatory data archiving policies on grant-seeking, attitude to making archived research data accessible, and use of research data collected by others. The questionnaire also included space for respondents to make comments. Responses to each question were analyzed, followed by a series of cross-analyses to investigate associations between findings. These cross-analyses include: whether attitudes to making data accessible differed according to length of experience, support for a national archive initiative, or agreement with a mandatory policy; and whether plans to archive research data were associated with awareness of policy, agreement with mandatory policy, or funding from government agencies other than SSHRC. Some cross-analyses were conducted between responses to questions and the comments provided by respondents. Most of the questionnaire responses were analyzed as percentages in two categories only. For example, length of service responses were presented as “up to 20years” and “more than 20 years,” and for responses relating to agreement with mandatory archiving “no” and “undecided” responses were combined into one category and compared with “yes” responses.Main Results Plans to archive research data Only 41.3% of the respondent sample had current plans to archive their research data; plans that included filing materials in theiroffice and destroying materials. A small proportion of this group (18.7% planned to archive their research data in an established repository. Respondents who planned to archive their research data were more likely to have received funding from other government agencies (64.7% than respondents who had not received other government funding (23.5%. Examination of the comments made by respondents indicated those who planned to archive their data were more likely to make comments on this issue. Knowledge of data archiving policies Respondents’ awareness of data archiving policies, particularly that of the SSHRC, an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD declaration, and that of their own university, was low. Less than a third of the sample (28% was aware of the SSHRC policy and less than 10% of the OECD declaration or their own university’s policy. A sizeable proportion of the sample (65.4% stated they were “uncertain” whether their university had a data archiving policy. Of the respondents who planned to archive their data only 42.4% were aware of the SSHRC policy, and a high percentage of respondents with no plans to archive their data (83.3% were also unaware of this policy. When asked if they agreed with a mandatory policy of data archiving being linked to grant funding the sample group was almost evenly split into agree (33.3%,don’t agree (28%, and uncertain (36%. Only 46.9% of the sample who planned to archive their data agreed with the policy. Support for data archives There was strong support for a data archive at the home institution by respondents who agreed with mandatory archiving of research data (84%. However, when asked about allowing public access to this data the results were evenly divided across most ofthe sample group (66 respondents. Full open access to data was supported by 44% of this group and 44% thought access should be at the discretion of the depositing researcher. Agreement with open access to data was also associated with researchers who agreed with mandatory archiving policy (70.8% and researchers with over 20 years experience (68%. The enforcement of a mandatory archiving policy would not alter most respondents’ future grant-seeking behaviour (86.7%. Support for a national data archive was solid across the sample group, with only 17.3% indicating they did not support an initiative of this type. Almost all respondents who agreed with public access to research data supported a national data archive (96.5% and of the respondents who did not support a ational archive 90.9% were undecided about data access or wanted restrictions in place. When asked about use of research data collected by others, 48% had used such data in the past and 49.3% had not analyzed research data collected by others.Conclusion – While support for a national data archives strategy is strong, researchers’ attitudes and behaviour towards data archiving is less supportive and their plans to archive research data would not, in most cases, meet standards of archiving practice. The notion of open access to research data has less support, with researchers noting barriers relating to confidentiality, ethics, effect on academic career, and cost of archiving. Funding of data archiving raises particular concerns and the author recommends that SSHRC policy is clarified in this regard. Further, the author notes that differences between institutional requirements and national policies relating to research data require attention so thatarchiving policy objectives are coordinated. The decisions made in moving towards a national data archiving policy will enable Canada to contribute to the wider international discussion of standards for research data archives.

  9. Automatic Relevance Determination for multi-way models

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    Mørup, Morten; Hansen, Lars Kai

    2009-01-01

    of components of data within the Tucker and CP structure. For the Tucker and CP model the approach performs better than heuristics such as the Bayesian Information Criterion, Akaikes Information Criterion, DIFFIT and the numerical convex hull (NumConvHull) while operating only at the cost of estimating...... is available for download at www.erpwavelab.org....

  10. Proprietors and Parasites

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    Cockburn, Patrick Joseph; Thorup, Mikkel

    2018-01-01

    ’ and thus incapable of acquiring property. The argument develops the idea of ‘dependence subtexts’ out of the work of legal scholar Carol Rose and political theorist Carole Pateman, before using it as a tool for contrasting the canonical property stories of John Locke and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon. We argue...

  11. Catholic Teacher Recruitment and Formation. Conversations in Excellence, 2001.

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    Cimino, Carol, Ed.; Haney, Regina M., Ed.; O'Keefe, Joseph M., Ed.

    This collection of papers highlights worthy Catholic education programs for replication. "About SPICE" (Carol Cimino, Regina Haney, and Joseph O'Keefe), describes the work of Selected Programs for Improving Catholic Education, noting its recent emphasis on recruitment and retention. "Model Programs" (Carol Cimino), describes the 13 programs chosen…

  12. Socially Responsive Organizations and the Challenge of Poverty

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    2015-01-01

    Review of: Socially Responsive Organizations and the Challenge of Poverty, edited by Milenko Gudíc, Al Rosenbloom, and Carole Parkes. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing Limited, 2014. 287 pages, hard cover.......Review of: Socially Responsive Organizations and the Challenge of Poverty, edited by Milenko Gudíc, Al Rosenbloom, and Carole Parkes. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing Limited, 2014. 287 pages, hard cover....

  13. Comparing rat and rabbit embryo-fetal developmental toxicity data for 379 pharmaceuticals: on systemic dose and developmental effects

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    And co-authors William J. Breslin, Gregg D. Cappon, Connie L. Chen, Gary Chmielewski, Luc de Schaepdrijver, Brian Enright, Jennifer E. Foreman, Wafa Harrouk, Kok-Wah Hew, Alan M. Hoberman, Julia Y. Hui, Thomas B. Knudsen, Susan B. Laffan, Susan L. Makris, Matthew Martin, Mary Ellen McNerney,

  14. 40 CFR 761.123 - Definitions.

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    ... decontamination levels set forth in this policy as constituting adequate cleanup of PCBs. (2) “Standards” refers to the numerical decontamination levels set forth in this policy. Residential/commercial areas means... designated agent (e.g., a facility manager or foreman). Soil means all vegetation, soils and other ground...

  15. Interviewing for a Job. The Wisconsin Guide to Local Curriculum Improvement in Industrial Education, K-12.

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    The intent of this field tested instructional package is to provide the student with an overview of the management element of industry and how it relates to the duties of a shop foreman. Defining behavioral objectives, the course description includes an information section, classroom activities, sample job application forms, and student evaluation…

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  17. Time, Cost, Information Seeking Skills and Format of Resources Present Barriers to Information Seeking by Primary Care Practitioners in a Research Environment. A review of: Andrews James E., Kevin A. Pearce, Carol Ireson, and Margaret M. Love. “Information‐Seeking Behaviors of Practitioners in a Primary Care Practice‐Based Research Network (PBRN.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 93.2 (Apr. 2005: 206‐12.

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    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To determine the information seeking behaviors of primary care practitioners in order to inform future efforts towards the design of information services that would support quality inprimary care.Design – A cross‐sectional survey.Setting – A primary care practice based research network (PBRN of caregivers who serve a broad population while simultaneously studying and disseminating innovations aimed at improvements in quality, efficiency and/or safety of primaryhealth care in the United States.Subjects – All primary care practitioners in the PBRN including family practitioners, general practitioners, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.Methods – A questionnaire comprising twenty‐six questions was distributed to 116 practitioners. Practitioners attached to academic centres (who were also members of the PBRN were excluded in order “to achieve a sample of practices more representative of the primary care practising population” (208. Descriptive data were collected and analyzed. SPSS v11.5 was used for statistical analyses.Main results – There was a response rate of 51% (59 of 116. Fifty‐eight percent of the respondents stated that they sought information (excluding drug dosing or drug interactions information to support patient care several times a week. Sixty‐eight per cent sought this information while the patient waited. Almost half of therespondents had access to a small medical library (48% or a hospital library (46%, while 21% used a university medical library.Approximately 14% had no immediate access to a medical library. Almost 60% of practitioners stated that they had an e‐mail account. Thirty‐four percent agreed that the use of e‐mail to communicate with patients enhanced medical practice, while 24% disagreed. There was frequent prescribing of Internet‐based consumer health information to patients by only 16% of the practitioners, while Internet support groups were frequently recommended by 5%. Themain barriers to information seeking were lack of time (76%, cost (33%, information seeking skills (25%, and format of information sources (22%. The use of EBM resources was fairly low, while there was a high preference for ready reference and interpersonal sources. When compared with print information resources, the use ofonline resources was moderate. A significant correlation was found between use of online sources and use of print sources, namely, that practitioners who used online sources more frequently, also soughtinformation from print sources more frequently, with the inverse being true for those who sought information less frequently from either electronic or print sources.Conclusion – Primary care practitioners in this rural PBRN used print and interpersonal sources more than online sources. Practitioners who are more likely to use print sources are also more likely to seek online information. Librarians working in PBRN environments will need to identify interventions that address barriers such as time, cost, and information‐seeking skills.

  18. 78 FR 25305 - Notice of Determinations Regarding Eligibility To Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance

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    ..., Onin Staffing, etc. 82,617 YP Southeast Advertising & Tucker, GA March 27, 2012. Publishing LLC, YP... Enterprise Services, Policy Processing Service, Kelly Services I hereby certify that the aforementioned...

  19. Quinto Tiberio Angelerio and New Measures for Controlling Plague in 16th-Centruy Alghero, Sardinia

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    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the Emerging Infectious Diseases’ historical Review, Quinto Tiberio Angelerio and New Measures for Controlling Plague in 16th -Centruy Alghero, Sardinia.

  20. REFractions: The Representing Equivalent Fractions Game

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    2014-01-01

    Stephen Tucker presents a fractions game that addresses a range of fraction concepts including equivalence and computation. The REFractions game also improves students' fluency with representing, comparing and adding fractions.

  1. AFSC/RACE/EcoFOCI - Physical oceanographic data collected in support of EcoFOCI assessment surveys and ecosystem observations in the Bering, Beaufort, and Chukchi Seas and the Gulf of Alaska - 1995 to Present

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Pressure, temperature and salinity data. Data are available in 1 meter intervals in conjunction with the MARMAP 20/60 bongo array, CalVET, and Tucker trawl. Maximum...

  2. GLOBEC NEP MOCNESS Plankton (MOC1) Data, 2000-2002

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — GLOBEC (GLOBal Ocean ECosystems Dynamics) NEP (Northeast Pacific) California Current Program MOCNESS Plankton (MOC1) Data The MOCNESS is based on the Tucker Trawl...

  3. Measurements and Counts for Larval and Juvenile Beryx Specimens

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — Larval alfonsin (Beryx species) were collected in the vicinity of the Southeast Hancock Seamount. A three-net Tucker trawl (I m2 effective mouth opening and 0.333 mm...

  4. Doppler ultrasonography of the pectinis oculi artery in harpy eagles ...

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    Ibrahim Eldaghayes

    2017-03-21

    Güntürkün, 2000; Jones et al.,. 2007), accommodation by corneal and lenticular measures (Samuelson, 2007), bifoveate retinae. (Tucker, 2000), and an anangiotic (avascular) retina. (Ruggeri et al., 2010). As with all avian ...

  5. HISTORIANS AND MIRACLES : THE PRINCIPLE OF ANALOGY ...

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    Nov 27, 2008 ... reworked versions of sections of the PhD ..... provides wider scope and is more fruitful than literal interpretations (Tucker 2005:385, 388), ..... Witherington writes: Even some contemporary Bible scholars assume that miracles.

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  7. CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering. Volume 20, Number 11, November 2007

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    ...: Partnership for Project Success." Jennifer Tucker and Hile Rutledge describe the necessity of maximizing team performance in "Shaping Motivation and Emotion in Technology Teams," and Kasey Thompson and Tim Border teach managers...

  8. Multilinear operators for higher-order decompositions.

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    Kolda, Tamara Gibson

    2006-04-01

    We propose two new multilinear operators for expressing the matrix compositions that are needed in the Tucker and PARAFAC (CANDECOMP) decompositions. The first operator, which we call the Tucker operator, is shorthand for performing an n-mode matrix multiplication for every mode of a given tensor and can be employed to concisely express the Tucker decomposition. The second operator, which we call the Kruskal operator, is shorthand for the sum of the outer-products of the columns of N matrices and allows a divorce from a matricized representation and a very concise expression of the PARAFAC decomposition. We explore the properties of the Tucker and Kruskal operators independently of the related decompositions. Additionally, we provide a review of the matrix and tensor operations that are frequently used in the context of tensor decompositions.

  9. Some aspects of thermoregulation in three species of southern ...

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    transmitter. Its pulse rate is determined by a temperature .... tion of tortoises at intervals of 15 min has little effect on the overall .... toises describes the effect of mass on cooling rates .... (Bartholomew & Tucker 1963); altered evaporation rates,.

  10. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa - Vol 18, No 1 ...

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    Lions, leopards and liminal spaces:Representations of Biosociality in the Writings of Katy Payne, Linda Tucker and Gillian van Houten · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. W Woodward ...

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    Mar 16, 1988 ... is not a direct measure of blood flow to the periphery. (Bartholomew & Tucker ..... retreats to shady areas and assumes a posture similar to that adopted during basking. .... Influence of water vapor pressure on the apparent ...

  12. Retraction and expansion of flock mobility in central asia: costs and ...

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    Retraction and expansion of flock mobility in central asia: costs and consequences. Carol Kerven, Ilya Ilych Alimaev, Roy Behnke, Grant Davidson, Leen Franchois, Nurlan Malmakov, Erik Mathijs, Aidos Smailov, Sayat Temirbekov, Iain Wright ...

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    Abstract. Title: Musical echoes: South African women thinking in jazz. Author: Muller, Carol and Sathima, Bea Benjamin. Publisher: Duke University Press. Publication year: 2011. ISBN 978-0-8223-4914-3 ...

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  16. Koleda jako folklorní žánr křesťanského Západu a Východu: k biblickým a apokryfním námětům v západoslovanském folkloru

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    Roč. 82, 1-2 (2013), 112-124 ISSN 0037-6736 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : carol and Christianity * Slavia Romana * ethnomusicology * studies of Slavic folklore Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  17. Actinorhizal nitrogen fixing nodules: infection process, molecular ...

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    Actinorhizal nitrogen fixing nodules: infection process, molecular biology and genomics. Mariana Obertello, Mame Oureye SY, Laurent Laplaze, Carole Santi, Sergio Svistoonoff, Florence Auguy, Didier Bogusz, Claudine Franche ...

  18. Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Tombigbee Valley, Mississippi: Phase I. Volume 4.

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    marshelder (sumpweed) (7va) maygrass (Phalaris carol iniana) maypop (Passi flora Incarnata) milkweed (Asclepiodora viridis ) neftles (Urt ica) Ohio...plum (Prunus) wild potato vine (Tpomoea pandurata) wild rice (Zizania aquatica) wild strawberries ( Fragaria ) DATE, FILMED 15, 8 3 DTIC

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    Full Text Available ... seconds. National Institute On Aging 6 years ago 9,450 views Trainer Sandy shows Carol this useful ... seconds. National Institute On Aging 6 years ago 9,637 views Trainer Sandy shows Grisel how to ...

  20. Bulletin of Materials Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    , Romania; 'Alexandru Ioan Cuza' University, Research Center on Advanced Materials and Technologies, Sciences Department, 11 Carol I Blvd., 700506 Iasi, Romania; Photonics Laboratory, Angers University, 2, Bd. Lavoisier, 49045 Angers, ...

  1. Research

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    Jul 23, 2012 ... &Corresponding author: Carol Fenton, Undergraduate Medical Education, Faculty of ... The NCA is currently balancing conservation, tourism, and agropastoralism. ... Consumption measures are not only expensive and time-.

  2. 75 FR 12451 - Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases: Minor Harmonizing Changes to the General Provisions

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    ... number for the Air Docket is (202) 566-1742. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carole Cook, Climate Change.... 112120 Dairy cattle and milk production facilities. 112210 Hog and pig farms. 112310 Chicken egg...

  3. 75 FR 12489 - Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases: Minor Harmonizing Changes to the General Provisions

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    ... FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carole Cook, Climate Change Division, Office of Atmospheric Programs (MC... feedlots. 112120 Dairy cattle and milk production facilities. 112210 Hog and pig farms. 112310 Chicken egg...

  4. Mindset: the new psychology of success

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    Dweck, Carol S

    2006-01-01

    .... In the course of over twenty years of research, leading motivation and personality psychology expert Carol Dweck has discovered that our mindset is not a minor personality quirk, it actually creates...

  5. Motiv ochrany domova v motlitbách a písních podle ústní tradice 19. a 20. století

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    Frolcová, Věra

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 44, č. 1 (2010), s. 69-84 ISSN 0862-1209 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90580513 Keywords : prayer * religious folk song * wedding feast * caroling Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  6. EPA Insight Policy Paper: Executive Order #12898 on Environmental Justice

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    A memorandum from President Clinton to the heads of all agencies on 'Executive Order on Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations, a related statement from EPA Administrator Carol Browner

  7. NU Performance'il läheb kunst bändiks kätte ära / Janar Ala

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    2009-01-01

    III Nu Performance festival "Recycle Pop" Tallinnas Kanuti Gildi saalis 11.11.-14.11.2009, kuraator Anders Härm. Osalevad teatrigrupp Baktruppen Norrast, Carole Douillard Prantsusmaalt, Lotte Jürjendal ja Katrin Ratte Eestist

  8. Programmeerimine kui keeleoskus / Raivo Hool

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    2015-01-01

    Tutvustus: Carol Vorderman. Õpime üheskoos programmeerima : visuaalne teejuht algajale kahendkoodist kuni mängude koostamiseni; Õpime üheskoos matemaatikat : visuaalne teejuht arvutamisest statistikani. Tallinn, 2015

  9. Pop nädal

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    21. okt müügile saabuvast singlist "Tom Jones International". 31. okt. Saku Suurhallis oma maailmatuuri "Too Close For Comfort" raames esinevast austraalia poplauljast Darren Hayesist. Oasise algkoosseisu trummar Tony Mc Caroll kirjutab raamatut. Robi Williamsi eraelust

  10. Cost Indexing and Unit Price Adjustments for Construction Materials

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    2012-10-30

    This project was focused on the assimilation of information regarding unit price adjustment clauses, or PACs, : that are offered for construction materials at the state Departments of Transportation (DOTs). It is intended to : provide the South Carol...

  11. The Need to Increase Marine Corps Special Operations Command

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    2009-01-01

    Operations University presentation by Major Mark Raney for USSOCOM elective (lecture, MCU, Quantico VA, 17 Feb 20Q9). 5 Stew Magnuson, "Marine Special...2008 Posture Statement.doc (Accessed 23 December, 2008) 20 David Tucker and Christopher J. Lamb , United States Special Operations Forces (New York...invasion of Afghanistan encroached on the Marine Corps historical role of being "soldiers from the sea." 38 David Tucker and Christopher J. lamb , 182

  12. An Assessment of Media Coverage of the B-2 Stealth Bomber

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    1990-01-01

    15 Sharon M. Friedman, Carole M. Gorney, and Brenda P. Egolf, "Reporting on Radiation: A Content Analysis of Chernobyl Coverage," Journal of...Mitterrand," Political Science Quarterly, 39 (1987): 103-122. 1 29 Jane Blankenship, Serefa Mendez - Mendez , Jong Guen King and Joseph Giodan, "Initial... Carole M. Gorney and Brenda P. Egolf, "Reporting on Radiation: A Content Analysis of Chernobyl Coverage," Journal of Communication, Summer3 (1987

  13. USSR Report, Translations from Kommunist, No. 8, May 1983

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    1983-08-02

    Fava, secretary general of the Communist Party of Argentina Central Committee, Asuncion Mendez , member of the Polit- ical Commission and Peruvian...writer Joyce Carol Oates who wrote to him after a meeting with Soviet writers in New York. She asked the "expert" in Soviet literature why is it...32). Proffer hastened to disabuse Joyce Carol Oates: How could she gain such a favorable impression of Soviet writers? "The American writers have

  14. Archeological Data Recovery at Site 16SJB29, Near Willow Bend, St. John The Baptist Parish, Louisiana with a Discussion of Regional Archeological Expectations and Priorities Along the Mississippi River

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    1989-04-01

    later Mendez who purchased the Solis plantation, grew the cane and produced the tafia to distill rum. It was Mendez’s sugar maker, chemist Antoine Morin...Baton Rouge. Goodwin, R. Christopher, Paul C. Armstrong, Eric C. Poplin, David Moore, and Carol J. Poplin 1987 New Orleans Looking Forward to Its Past...Jill-Karen Yakubik, Herschel A. Franks, and Carol J. Poplin 1987 Cultural Resources Surev of the White Castle Revetment Item, lberville Parish, Louisiana

  15. Army AL&T, July-September 2008

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    Northern Region — Wanda Reed (PCO), Joann Langston (PARC), Debbie Emerson (Alt. to PARC) Southern Region — Julie Silva (PCO), Carol Lowman (Direc- tor/PARC...Charles Jaber (PCO), Roger Engebretson, (Director/PARC), Sharon Oishi (Alt. to PARC) U.S. Army Contracting Command, Southwest Asia — Carol Estes (PCO...Robyn Villafranco, Margarita Ramirez, Diana Fernandez, Donna Reed, Michely Walton, Elisa Mendez , Cynariah Wilkins, Deinor Bolanos, Belinda Kent

  16. Nutritional Assessment of U.S. Military Academy Cadets at West Point: Part 2. Assessment of Nutritional Intake

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    1993-10-06

    collection methodology, and to Ms. Carol Baker-Fulco for on-site training of interviewers and recipe specialists. We also wish to express our...recipe specialists. We also wish to thank Ms. Ann LaBrode and Ms. Carol Baker-Fulco for their support in recipe analysis. We are indebted to Mr. Carlo...D.C.: Headquarters, Department of the Army, July 1990. Taylor, P.G., Martinez-Torres, C., Mendez -Castellano, H., et al. The relationship between

  17. Major factors influencing craft productivity in nuclear power plant construction

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    Borcherding, J.D.; Sebastian, S.J.

    1980-01-01

    This paper reports on a research study whose objective was to determine the most influential factors adversely affecting craft productivity in nuclear power plant construction from the perspective of the tradesmen employed at the sites. Data were collected through the use of a questionnaire survey and group interview sessions, predominantly with workmen, at six nuclear power plant construction projects. Craftsmen were chosen as the major data base because of their awareness of how their time would actually be spent on the project. Topics considered include the factors influencing craft productivity, material availability, redoing work, crew interfacing, overcrowded work areas, instruction time, inspection delays, craft turnover, craft absenteeism, foreman changes, foreman incompetence, engineering design lead time, comprehensive scheduling of the design function, the responsibility of the utility, value engineering, plant standardization, the effective utilization of the planning and scheduling system, and the labor-management committee

  18. Computerized system of team make-up and work allocation in the Belgian Zolder mine

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    Rustanowicz, M.

    1979-01-01

    System of work allocation introduced in 1974 in the Zolder Coal Mine (NV Kempense Steenkolenmijnen) in Belgium is evaluated. The system is based on an IBM 370/158 computer. An information management system supervises the programing work. There are approximately 30 programs. Absenteeism in the Belgian coal mines is generally high at approximately 24% and some months as high as 40%. Therefore, introducing a computerized system of work allocation and team make-up was advantageous. Operation of the system is described on the levels of foreman, engineers and director of the mine. Advantages of the system are numerous. It enables optimization of team make-up and work allocation, shortens the time of allocation of work by a foreman, increases efficiency of foremen's work and provides the director with the means and information necessary for efficient decision making in improving the productivity of the mine. (5 refs.) (In Polish)

  19. Requirements to be met by mine shift foremen, and interpersonal conflicts that arise in the labor environment

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    Rozmus, R. (Uniwersytet Slaski, Katowice (Poland))

    1990-02-01

    Reports on investigations into the questions of whether the functions, duties and capacity to act endowed to shift foremen are in agreement with work organization principles, and if there is a relationship between wrongly established duties, responsibilities and capacity to act and worker-foreman conflicts that arise on the line. Results of questionnaires completed for a group of 30 mine foremen are discussed. The questionnaires asked about the sense of duty and abilities of the personnel, work climate, occurrence and kind of conflicting situations and the necessity of punishment. Nearly all polled foremen (98.5%) stressed the need for greater capacity to act and make decisions. About 80% of the polled challanged the scope of the foreman's responsibilities. 7 refs.

  20. Spatial and temporal variability of biophysical variables in southwestern France from airborne L-band radiometry

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    E. Zakharova

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available In 2009 and 2010 the L-band microwave Cooperative Airborne Radiometer for Ocean and Land Studies (CAROLS campaign was performed in southwestern France to support the calibration and validation of the new Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS satellite mission. The L-band Microwave Emission of the Biosphere (L-MEB model was used to retrieve surface soil moisture (SSM and the vegetation optical depth (VOD from the CAROLS brightness temperature measurements. The CAROLS SSM was compared with in situ observations at 11 sites of the SMOSMANIA (Soil Moisture Observing System-Meteorological Automatic Network Integrated Application network of Météo-France. For eight of them, significant correlations were observed (0.51 ≤ r ≤ 0.82, with standard deviation of differences ranging from 0.039 m3 m−3 to 0.141 m3 m−3. Also, the CAROLS SSM was compared with SSM values simulated by the A-gs version of the Interactions between Soil, Biosphere and Atmosphere (ISBA-A-gs model along 20 flight lines, at a resolution of 8 km × 8 km. A significant spatial correlation between these two datasets was observed for all the flights (0.36 ≤ r ≤ 0.85. The CAROLS VOD presented significant spatial correlations with the vegetation water content (VWC derived from the spatial distribution of vegetation types used in ISBA-A-gs and from the Leaf Area Index (LAI simulated for low vegetation. On the other hand, the CAROLS VOD presented little temporal changes, and no temporal correlation was observed with the simulated LAI. For low vegetation, the ratio of VOD to VWC tended to decrease, from springtime to summertime. The ISBA-A-gs grid cells (8 km × 8 km were sampled every 5 m by CAROLS observations, at a spatial resolution of about 2 km. For 83% of the grid cells, the standard deviation of the sub-grid CAROLS SSM was lower than 0.05 m3 m−3. The presence of small water bodies within the

  1. Low Multilinear Rank Approximation of Tensors and Application in Missing Traffic Data

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    Huachun Tan

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available The problem of missing data in multiway arrays (i.e., tensors is common in many fields such as bibliographic data analysis, image processing, and computer vision. We consider the problems of approximating a tensor by another tensor with low multilinear rank in the presence of missing data and possibly reconstructing it (i.e., tensor completion. In this paper, we propose a weighted Tucker model which models only the known elements for capturing the latent structure of the data and reconstructing the missing elements. To treat the nonuniqueness of the proposed weighted Tucker model, a novel gradient descent algorithm based on a Grassmann manifold, which is termed Tucker weighted optimization (Tucker-Wopt, is proposed for guaranteeing the global convergence to a local minimum of the problem. Based on extensive experiments, Tucker-Wopt is shown to successfully reconstruct tensors with noise and up to 95% missing data. Furthermore, the experiments on traffic flow volume data demonstrate the usefulness of our algorithm on real-world application.

  2. Bucket Brigades to Increase Productivity in a Luxury Assembly Line

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    Carlo, Filippo De; Borgia, Orlando; Tucci, Mario

    2013-01-01

    One of the most challenging issues in manual assembly lines is to achieve the best balance of workloads. There are many analytic approaches to solve this problem, but they are often neglected, since they are time-consuming and require high level engineering skills. Fashion bags packaging lines must comply with a number of different products with low production volumes, while the organization of the line is often under the mere responsibility of the foreman, who balances workloads in an empiri...

  3. Measuring financial well-being in cancer prevention research: Results from the Money-Health Connection Study

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    Dr. Reginald Tucker-Seeley joined the faculty at the University of Southern California (USC) Leonard Davis School of Gerontology in June 2017. Prior to joining USC, Dr. Tucker-Seeley was an Assistant Professor at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH). He completed master and doctoral degrees at HSPH and a postdoctoral fellowship in cancer prevention and control at HSPH and DFCI. Dr. Tucker-Seeley’s research focuses primarily on social determinants of health, such as the association between the neighborhood environment and health behavior; and on individual-level socioeconomic determinants of multi-morbidity, mortality, self-rated health, and health self-efficacy. His current work focuses on financial well-being across the cancer continuum, from prevention to end-of-life care. He has received R21 and K01 grants from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to develop measures of financial well-being at two points along the cancer continuum: prevention and following diagnosis. He was also funded by the Academy Health/Aetna Foundation Scholars in Residence Fellowship Program to develop measures of neighborhood economic well-being. Dr. Tucker-Seeley’s research has been published in journals such as the American Journal of Public Health, Preventive Medicine, Journal of National Cancer Institute, Cancer Causes and Control, and the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Tucker-Seeley is also committed to community service that targets the elimination of health disparities. He served for three years on the Rhode Island Commission for Health Advocacy and Equity. Based on his experience on this Commission, Dr. Tucker-Seeley developed a new course at HSPH called “Measuring and Reporting Health Disparities;” and in 2016, he received the HSPH teaching award for this course.

  4. Local Geoid Determination Using the Global Positioning System

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    1988-09-01

    Positioning System by Ma, Wei-Ming September 1988 Co-Advisor: Kandiah Jeyapalan Co-Advisor: Stevens P. Tucker Approved for public release; distribution is... Jeyapalan and Stevens P. Tucker, my thesis advisors, for their dedicated assistance and guidance during the study. Without their encouragement...method of collocation is [ Jeyapalan , 1977]: x = A*X+S +n +O.S q q P where x the vector of the observation (x = Ah - N0(X,Y,Z) - H) A a given rectangular

  5. Field trip report: Observations made at Yucca Mountain, Nye County, Nevada. Special report No. 2

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    Hill, C.A.

    1993-03-01

    A field trip was made to the Yucca Mountain area on December 5-9, 1992 by Jerry Frazier, Don Livingston, Christine Schluter, Russell Harmon, and Carol Hill. Forty-three separate stops were made and 275 lbs. of rocks were collected during the five days of the field trip. Key localities visited were the Bare Mountains, Yucca Mountain, Calico Hills, Busted Butte, Harper Valley, Red Cliff Gulch, Wahmonie Hills, Crater Flat, and Lathrop Wells Cone. This report only describes field observations made by Carol Hill. Drawings are used rather than photographs because cameras were not permitted on the Nevada Test Site during this trip

  6. Delineating shallow ground water irrigated areas in the Atankwidi ...

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    Basin Lan Use/Land Cover (LULC) and irrigated area Mapping using. Continuous Streams of MODIS Data. Remote Sensing Environ.,. 95(3): 317-341. Neckel H, Labs D (1984). The solar radiation between 3300 and 12500. A. Solar Phys., 90: 205-258. Tucker CJ, Grant DM, Dykstra JD (2005). NASA's global orthorectified.

  7. Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements

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    Tucker, Marlee A.; Böhning-Gaese, Katrin; Fagan, William F.

    2018-01-01

    Until the past century or so, the movement of wild animals was relatively unrestricted, and their travels contributed substantially to ecological processes. As humans have increasingly altered natural habitats, natural animal movements have been restricted. Tucker et al. examined GPS locations...

  8. 1 Ammonia Concentrations in Different Aquaculture 2

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    Introduction. Most studies have shown that the best feed for optimal fish production in aquaculture is one rich in high amount of protein. The amount of protein in the ..... Aquatic Science, Florida Coop, Ext. Serv. FA-16, 4 pp. Hargreaves J. A. and Tucker C. S. (2004). Managing. Ammonia in Fish Ponds. SRAC Publication Fact.

  9. Multivariate statistical process control of batch processes based on three-way models

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    Louwerse, D. J.; Smilde, A. K.

    2000-01-01

    The theory of batch MSPC control charts is extended and improved control charts an developed. Unfold-PCA, PARAFAC and Tucker3 models are discussed and used as a basis for these charts. The results of the different models are compared and the performance of the control charts based on these models is

  10. Evaluating Alternatives for Drinking Water at Deployed Locations

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    2006-03-01

    Tucker and Sands, 1999; Beering , 2002). 1986 Plutonium was found in the New York city drinking water system. Though the concentrations were...based approach called Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point ( HACCP ). This approach holds that avoidance is practical and effective where other

  11. Combinatorial Integer Labeling Thorems on Finite Sets with an Application to Discrete Systems of Nonlinear Equations

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    van der Laan, G.; Talman, A.J.J.; Yang, Z.F.

    2007-01-01

    Tucker's well-known combinatorial lemma states that for any given symmetric triangulation of the n-dimensional unit cube and for any integer labeling that assigns to each vertex of the triangulation a label from the set f§1;§2; ¢ ¢ ¢ ;§ng with the property that antipodal vertices on the boundary of

  12. The susceptibilities in the spin-S Ising model

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    Ainane, A.; Saber, M.

    1995-08-01

    The susceptibilities of the spin-S Ising model are evaluated using the effective field theory introduced by Tucker et al. for studying general spin-S Ising model. The susceptibilities are studied for all spin values from S = 1/2 to S = 5/2. (author). 12 refs, 4 figs

  13. A Comparison of Four Linear Equating Methods for the Common-Item Nonequivalent Groups Design Using Simulation Methods. ACT Research Report Series, 2013 (2)

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    Topczewski, Anna; Cui, Zhongmin; Woodruff, David; Chen, Hanwei; Fang, Yu

    2013-01-01

    This paper investigates four methods of linear equating under the common item nonequivalent groups design. Three of the methods are well known: Tucker, Angoff-Levine, and Congeneric-Levine. A fourth method is presented as a variant of the Congeneric-Levine method. Using simulation data generated from the three-parameter logistic IRT model we…

  14. Baseline and Multimodal UAV GCS Interface Design

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    2013-07-01

    complete a computerized version of the NASA - TLX assessment of perceived mental workload. 2.3 Results The baseline condition ran smoothly and with...System MALE Medium-altitude, Long-endurance NASA - TLX NASA Task Load Index SA Situation Awareness TDT Tucker Davis Technologies UAV Uninhabited Aerial

  15. A Hot White Dwarf Luminosity Function from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

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    2009-01-01

    Berro, E., Torres, S., & Catalan, S. 2008, ApJ, 682, L109 Ivezic, Z., Lupton, R. H., Schlegel, D., et al. 2004, Astron. Nachrichten , 325, 583...et al. 2002, AJ, 123, 485 Tucker, D., Kent, S., Richmond, M. W., et al. 2006, Astron. Nachrichten , 327, 821 Vennes, S. 1999, ApJ, 525, 995 Vennes, S

  16. Strategy for the Long Haul. Special Operations Forces: Future Challenges and Opportunities

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    2008-01-01

    College, 2006); and David Tucker and Chris- topher Lamb , “Restructuring Special Operations Forces for Emerging Threats, NDU Strategic Forum, January...Secretary of Defense Gates, SOCOM commander Admiral Eric Olson, and Assistant Secretary of Defense for SOLIC/IC Michael Vickers. See: Stew Mag- nuson

  17. Comparison of the Relationship between Words Retained and Intelligence for Three Instructional Strategies among Students with Below-Average IQ

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    Burns, Matthew K.; Boice, Christina H.

    2009-01-01

    The current study replicated MacQuarrie, Tucker, Burns, and Hartman (2002) with a sample of 20 students who had been identified with a disability and had an IQ score that was between 1 and 3 standard deviations below the normative mean. Each student was taught 27 words from the Esperanto International Language with the following conditions: (a)…

  18. Lives of a Cell: 40 Years Later, A Third Interpretation

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    2015-06-16

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the article Lives of a Cell: 40 Years Later, A Third Interpretation.  Created: 6/16/2015 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 6/18/2015.

  19. Threat from Emerging Vectorborne Viruses

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    2016-06-09

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the commentary by CDC author Ronald Rosenberg, Threat from Emerging Vectorborne Viruses.  Created: 6/9/2016 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 6/9/2016.

  20. Factors Related to Fetal Death in Pregnant Women with Cholera, Haiti, 2011–2014

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    2016-03-14

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the EID article Factors Related to Fetal Death in Pregnant Women with Cholera, Haiti, 2011–2014.  Created: 3/14/2016 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 3/14/2016.

  1. Bat Flight and Zoonotic Viruses

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    2014-05-30

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the EID perspective Bat Flight and Zoonotic Viruses.  Created: 5/30/2014 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 6/2/2014.

  2. Macrozooplankton biomass in the deep scattering layer of the Indian EEZ.

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    Karuppasamy, P.K.; Balu, S.; Persis, V.

    . 1988. Oceanographic atlas of the Exclusive Economic Zone of India. NIO. Ref. N. 1301, Figs. 1-44. Tucker, G. H. 1951. Relation of fishes and other organisms to the scattering of underwater sound. J. Mar. Res., 10(2): 215- 238. Vannuci, M. and D. Navas...

  3. Journal of Special Operations Medicine, Volume 6, Edition 4

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    2006-01-01

    Gay Thompson worked on the First Edition as the Managing Editor and will be doing the same this time. Dr. Les Fenton , who recently retired from... cosmetic surgery: Low dosage ketamine-diazepam anesthesia. Laryngoscope 1978;88: 1709-12. 52. Tucker MR, Hann JR, Phillips CL, et al. Subanesthetic

  4. Usnea christhinae spec. nov. from South America

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    Jan Bystrek

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available A new lichen species Usnea christhinae Bystrek is described from the Patagonia Andes, the reserve upon lake Onelli in the National Park Los Glaciares. It belongs to subgenus Protousnea Motyka emend. Bystrek and is closely related to U. cavernosa Tucker.

  5. Hydrocarbon source rock potential evaluation of the Late Paleocene ...

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    research is available on its source rock potential evaluation at Nammal Gorge Section in the Salt. Range, Potwar Basin .... methods of Tucker (2003) and Assaad (2008) have been followed. A total of fifteen ..... Business Media. Baker D M, Lillie ...

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    The Lugbara are a Sudanic-speaking people and are members of the Moru-Madi sub-group of the Eastern Sudanic group (Tucker,. 1940). They believe that Adronga, the Supreme Being created the world. He created Gborogboro (male being) and Meme (female being). Adronga is conceived in two ways: as God in the sky,.

  7. Automated Assessment of Postural Stability (AAPS)

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    2016-10-01

    performed a battery of standard clinical tests of dynamic posture, whereas the fourth subject performed the stereotyped postures (e.g. movements restricted...Processing & Control [2] Napoli A, Ward C, Glass S, Tucker C, Obeid I (2016) “Automated Assessment of Postural Stability System,” IEEE Engineering in

  8. Viewpoint: Transatlantic Scholarship on Victorian Literature and Culture

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    Isobel Armstrong

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available This viewpoint offers a comparison of recent British and American criticism of Victorian literature and culture, encompassing Dickens, Tennyson, the epic and ethical criticism. Discussion centres on recent studies by Sally Ledger, Rosemarie Bodenheimer, Cornelia Pearsall, Kirstie Blair, Simon Dentith, Herbert Tucker, Andrew Miller and Mike Sanders.

  9. Application of Parallel Hierarchical Matrices and Low-Rank Tensors in Spatial Statistics and Parameter Identification

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    Litvinenko, Alexander

    2018-03-12

    Part 1: Parallel H-matrices in spatial statistics 1. Motivation: improve statistical model 2. Tools: Hierarchical matrices 3. Matern covariance function and joint Gaussian likelihood 4. Identification of unknown parameters via maximizing Gaussian log-likelihood 5. Implementation with HLIBPro. Part 2: Low-rank Tucker tensor methods in spatial statistics

  10. The Geometric Mean Value Theorem

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    de Camargo, André Pierro

    2018-01-01

    In a previous article published in the "American Mathematical Monthly," Tucker ("Amer Math Monthly." 1997; 104(3): 231-240) made severe criticism on the Mean Value Theorem and, unfortunately, the majority of calculus textbooks also do not help to improve its reputation. The standard argument for proving it seems to be applying…

  11. Gum biopsy

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    ... Hupp JR, Ellis E, Tucker MR, eds. Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery . 6th ed. St Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby; 2014: ... Wein RO, Weber RS. Malignant neoplasms of the oral cavity. In: Flint PW, ... & Neck Surgery . 6th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2015:chap ...

  12. On Association Measures for Continuous Variables and Correction for Chance

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    Warrens, Matthijs J.

    2015-01-01

    This paper studies correction for chance for association measures for continuous variables. The set of linear transformations of Pearson's product-moment correlation is used as the domain of the correction for chance function. Examples of measures in this set are Tucker's congruence coefficient,

  13. Tooth extraction

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    ... In: Kademani D, Tiwana PS, eds. Atlas of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery . St Louis, MO: Elsevier Saunders; 2016:chap 10. ... Hupp JR, Ellis E, Tucker MR, eds. Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery . 6th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Mosby; 2014:chap ...

  14. Flipped Classroom versus Traditional Textbook Instruction: Assessing Accuracy and Mental Effort at Different Levels of Mathematical Complexity

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    Mattis, Kristina V.

    2015-01-01

    Flipped classrooms are an instructional technology trend mostly incorporated in higher education settings, with growing prominence in high school and middle school (Tucker in Leveraging the power of technology to create student-centered classrooms. Corwin, Thousand Oaks, 2012). Flipped classrooms are meant to effectively combine traditional and…

  15. Kiiksuga kangelased / Mele Pesti

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    2006-01-01

    USA roadmovie tüüpi sisukad mängufilmid "Väike Miss Päikesepaiste" ("Little Miss Sunshine"; režissöörid Jonathan Dayton ja Valerie Faris, peaosas 10-aastane Abigail Breslin) ja "Transamerica" ( režissöör Duncan Tucker, peaosas Felicity Huffman)

  16. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, Volume 5, 1984.

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    Kaplan, Robert B., Ed.

    This volume of the annual review includes introductory remarks by G. Richard Tucker and these papers: "Current Issues in Bilingualism: An Update of Directions in Research" (Braj B. Kachru); "Psycholinguistics: Application. The Writing System as a Native Language for the Deaf" (Danny D. Steinberg); "Sociolinguistics: Theory" (Monica Heller);…

  17. 78 FR 21927 - Notice of Commission Staff Attendance

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    2013-04-12

    ... activities of the Southern Company Services, Inc.: Southeastern Regional Transmission Planning (SERTP... above-referenced meeting will be held at: Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) Headquarters--Tucker... proceedings: Docket No. ER13-908, Alabama Power Company et al. Docket No. ER13-913, Ohio Valley Electric...

  18. 77 FR 73645 - Notice of Commission Staff Attendance

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    2012-12-11

    ... Southern Company Services, Inc.: Southeastern Regional Transmission Planning Process (SERTP) Interim... meeting will be held at: Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) Headquarters--Tucker, Georgia The above... proceedings: Docket No. ER12-337, Mississippi Power Company For more information, contact Valerie Martin...

  19. Can a sample of Landsat sensor scenes reliably estimate the global extent of tropical deforestation?

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    R. L. Czaplewski

    2003-01-01

    Tucker and Townshend (2000) conclude that wall-to-wall coverage is needed to avoid gross errors in estimations of deforestation rates' because tropical deforestation is concentrated along roads and rivers. They specifically question the reliability of the 10% sample of Landsat sensor scenes used in the global remote sensing survey conducted by the Food and...

  20. Browse Title Index

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    Items 51 - 100 of 164 ... Vol 18, No 1 (2006), Lions, leopards and liminal spaces:Representations of Biosociality in the Writings of Katy Payne, Linda Tucker and Gillian van Houten, Abstract. W Woodward. Vol 19, No 1 (2007), Making Space for New Voices: The Politics of Editing in South Africa, Abstract. E Bregin. Vol 15, No 2 ...

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    Abstract · Vol 15, No 2 (2003) - Articles Jim comes from Jo'burg': Regionalised Identities and Social Comedy in Zakes Mda's The Heart of Redness Abstract · Vol 18, No 1 (2006) - Articles Lions, leopards and liminal spaces:Representations of Biosociality in the Writings of Katy Payne, Linda Tucker and Gillian van Houten

  2. 78 FR 78477 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Vision

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    ...) James T. Sullivan (KY) David C. Sybesma (ID) Robert N. Taylor (OR) Scott A. Taylor (WV) Temesgn H. Teklezig (WA) Matthew K. Tucker (MN) Victor H. Vera (TX) Stephen D. Vice (KY) Larry J. Waldner (SD) Karl A...) Jerry L. Schroder (IL) Gerald J. Shamla (MN) Stephen E. Shields (KY) Peter M. Shirk (PA) William C...

  3. Structural optimization

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    2009-01-01

    Intends to supplement the engineer's box of analysis and design tools making optimization as commonplace as the finite element method in the engineering workplace. This title introduces structural optimization and the methods of nonlinear programming such as Lagrange multipliers, Kuhn-Tucker conditions, and calculus of variations.

  4. Does nitrogen and sulfur deposition affect forest productivity?

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    Brittany A. Johnson; Kathryn B. Piatek; Mary Beth Adams; John R. Brooks

    2010-01-01

    We studied the effects of atmospheric nitrogen and sulfur deposition on forest productivity in a 10-year-old, aggrading forest stand at the Fernow Experimental Forest in Tucker County, WV. Forest productivity was expressed as total aboveground wood biomass, which included stem and branch weight of standing live trees. Ten years after stand regeneration and treatment...

  5. Zombies—A Pop Culture Resource for Public Health Awareness

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    2013-04-24

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Another Dimension, Zombies—A Pop Culture Resource for Public Health Awareness.  Created: 4/24/2013 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 4/24/2013.

  6. Quinto Tiberio Angelerio and New Measures for Controlling Plague in 16th-Centruy Alghero, Sardinia

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    2013-10-28

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the Emerging Infectious Diseases’ historical Review, Quinto Tiberio Angelerio and New Measures for Controlling Plague in 16th -Centruy Alghero, Sardinia.  Created: 10/28/2013 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 10/30/2013.

  7. Lessons from the History of Quarantine, from Plague to Influenza A

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    2013-05-08

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the Emerging Infectious Diseases’ Historical Review, Lessons from the History of Quarantine, from Plague to Influenza A.  Created: 5/8/2013 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 5/15/2013.

  8. Determinants and Drivers of Infectious Disease Threat Events in Europe

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    2016-05-04

    Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the article, Determinants and Drivers of Infectious Disease Threat Events in Europe.  Created: 5/4/2016 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 5/4/2016.

  9. A Smooth Newton Method for Nonlinear Programming Problems with Inequality Constraints

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    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents a reformulation of the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT system associated nonlinear programming problem into an equivalent system of smooth equations. Classical Newton method is applied to solve the system of equations. The superlinear convergence of the primal sequence, generated by proposed method, is proved. The preliminary numerical results with a problems test set are presented.

  10. Factors Associated with Teen Pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: A ...

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    Therefore, it is important to test the influence of household- ...... South African Journal of Psychology 2010;. 40(1):18-31. ... Reynolds HW, Wong EL, Tucker H. Adolescents' use of maternal .... Eyakuze A, Salim A. The state of East Africa 2012:.

  11. Life Cycle Assessment | National Agricultural Library

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    NO-NP (5) Apply NO-NP filter soybean (5) Apply soybean filter accounting (4) Apply accounting filter filter winter wheat (1) Apply winter wheat filter work process (1) Apply work process filter Filter by using the Tucker Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Thermochemical conversion process. The two co-products are

  12. An Evaluation of Kernel Equating: Parallel Equating with Classical Methods in the SAT Subject Tests[TM] Program. Research Report. ETS RR-09-06

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    Grant, Mary C.; Zhang, Lilly; Damiano, Michele

    2009-01-01

    This study investigated kernel equating methods by comparing these methods to operational equatings for two tests in the SAT Subject Tests[TM] program. GENASYS (ETS, 2007) was used for all equating methods and scaled score kernel equating results were compared to Tucker, Levine observed score, chained linear, and chained equipercentile equating…

  13. The online behavioural advertising icon: Two user studies

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    van Noort, G.; Smit, E.G.; Voorveld, H.A.M.; Rosengren, S.; Dahlén, M.; Okazaki, S.

    2013-01-01

    New Internet technologies provide the possibility of automated tracking of consumers’ Internet behaviour. Such tracking is used to create user profiles for the purpose of displaying advertisements that fit the interest of these individuals (e.g., Goldfarb and Tucker 2011; McDonald and Cranor 2010).

  14. Bootstrap confidence intervals for three-way methods

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    Kiers, Henk A.L.

    Results from exploratory three-way analysis techniques such as CANDECOMP/PARAFAC and Tucker3 analysis are usually presented without giving insight into uncertainties due to sampling. Here a bootstrap procedure is proposed that produces percentile intervals for all output parameters. Special

  15. Some fossil species of Babylonia seen in ultraviolet light, with description of a new species (Mollusca, Gastropoda)

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    Regteren, van C.O.; Gittenberger, E.

    1972-01-01

    When preparing a revision of the genus Babylonia for "Indo-Pacific Mollusca", edited by Dr. R. Tucker Abbott, we tried ultraviolet light to see the outline of the colour-pattern of some fossil species. Later on we saw the same method described by Mrs. Katherine Krueger (1971). Dr. H. E. Coomans of

  16. Enriching Critical Thinking and Language Learning with Educational Digital Libraries

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    Lu, Hsin-lin

    2012-01-01

    As the amount of information available in online digital libraries increases exponentially, questions arise concerning the most productive way to use that information to advance learning. Applying the earlier information seeking theories advocated by Kelly (1963), Taylor (1968), and Belkin (1980) to the digital libraries experience, Carol Kuhlthau…

  17. Computer Cache. The Web Has Tales to Tell: Traditional Literature Websites

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    Byerly, Greg; Brodie, Carolyn S.

    2004-01-01

    "Traditional Literature" is defined by Carl M. Tomlinson and Carol Lynch-Brown in "Essentials of Children's Literature (Allyn and Bacon, 2001) as "the body of ancient stories and poems that grew out of the human quest to understand the natural and spiritual worlds and that was preserved through time by the oral tradition of storytelling before…

  18. Intellectual Capital: The Intangible Assets of Professional Development Schools

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    Basile, Carole G., Ed.

    2009-01-01

    A Professional Development School (PDS) offers unique university-school relationships that can change the culture of learning and add value to students and the community. Initially created in the 1980s, the PDS movement is growing across the country and is now a respected teacher education model. In this book, Carole G. Basile has collected…

  19. 78 FR 75447 - Senior Executive Service; Departmental Offices Performance Review Board

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    2013-12-11

    ... Offices PRB: The Board shall consist of at least three members. In the case of an appraisal of a career appointee, more than half the members shall consist of career appointees. The names and titles of the Board... P., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Mid-East and Africa Banks, Carol, Director, Office of Accounting...

  20. 78 FR 70063 - National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2013-11-22

    ... Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Special Emphasis Panel; NIDDK Career Awards Review. Date: December 4, 2013. Time: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Agenda: To review and evaluate grant applications. Place..., (Telephone Conference Call). Contact Person: Carol J. Goter-Robinson, Ph.D., Scientific Review Officer...

  1. Let's Celebrate Personalization: But Not Too Fast

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    Tomlinson, Carol Ann

    2017-01-01

    The concept of personalization in learning appeals to many K-12 teachers and students weary of regimented, one-size-fits-all instruction. The in-vogue term personalization is used to refer to many different learning strategies and structures--from personal learning plans to greater student voice. Differentiation expert Carol Ann Tomlinson is…

  2. Současná obchůzková koleda na Smrtnou neděli v Čechách

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    Thořová, Věra

    č. 4 (2000), s. 160-176 ISSN 1212-8112 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA0058904 Keywords : Carollings at the Death Sunday, in the spring pre-Easter time, the figure of Death Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  3. 78 FR 29382 - Proposed Collection, Comment Request

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    2013-05-20

    ... Carol Rowan, BLS Clearance Officer, Division of Management Systems, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Room... Act of 1990. II. Current Action Office of Management and Budget clearance is being sought for the... forms. In many cases, a respondent can submit existing payroll records and would not need to submit a...

  4. 78 FR 45903 - Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996: Negotiated Rulemaking...

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    2013-07-30

    ... Hyatt Hotel, 1750 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado 80202. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Rodger J. Boyd... Lee Foster, Legal Counsel, Yakama Nation Housing Authority, Toppenish, Washington. Carol Gore... approximately 5 p.m. The meetings will take place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 1750 Welton Street, Denver, Colorado...

  5. "You Are a Flaw in the Pattern": Difference, Autonomy and Bullying in YA Fiction

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    Lopez-Ropero, Lourdes

    2012-01-01

    Though portrayals of bullying in children's books stretch back to Victorian public school stories, this article sees a new subgenre about bullying in young adult novels emerging in the post-Columbine years. Selected works by Jerry Spinelli, Walter Dean Myers, Jaime Adoff, Carol Plum-Ucci and Rita Williams-Garcia are examined, although the article…

  6. The Effects of Integrating Mobile and CAD Technology in Teaching Design Process for Malaysian Polytechnic Architecture Student in Producing Creative Product

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    Hassan, Isham Shah; Ismail, Mohd Arif; Mustapha, Ramlee

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of integrating the digital media such as mobile and CAD technology on designing process of Malaysian polytechnic architecture students in producing a creative product. A website is developed based on Caroll's minimal theory, while mobile and CAD technology integration is based on Brown and…

  7. Mobile Technology and CAD Technology Integration in Teaching Architectural Design Process for Producing Creative Product

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    Bin Hassan, Isham Shah; Ismail, Mohd Arif; Mustafa, Ramlee

    2011-01-01

    The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of integrating the mobile and CAD technology on teaching architectural design process for Malaysian polytechnic architectural students in producing a creative product. The website is set up based on Caroll's minimal theory, while mobile and CAD technology integration is based on Brown and…

  8. 78 FR 69139 - Physical Security-Design Certification and Operating Reactors

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    2013-11-18

    ... Operating Reactors AGENCY: Nuclear Regulatory Commission. ACTION: Standard review plan--draft section..., ``Physical Security--Design Certification and Operating Reactors.'' The public comment period was originally....regulations.gov and search for Docket ID NRC-2013-0225. Address questions about NRC dockets to Carol Gallagher...

  9. 77 FR 65570 - Center for Scientific Review; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2012-10-29

    ... Conference Call). Contact Person: Carol Hamelink, Ph.D., Scientific Review Officer, Center for Scientific...--Convention Center, 900 10th Street NW., Washington, DC 20001. Contact Person: Mark P Rubert, Ph.D... for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel; Fellowships: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Biophysics...

  10. Two Sides of the Same Coin: Politics in the Classroom

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    Berg, Steven L.

    2005-01-01

    This paper presents interviews with David Horowitz, an author, professor, and President of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture headquartered in Los Angeles, California and Carol King, an adjunct professor of theology at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, and manager of the Cinergy Foundation, also in Cincinnati. The interviews present…

  11. Tee bändi nagu kunstiteost, tee kunsti nagu jam session'it / Hanno Soans

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    2009-01-01

    3. "NU Performance'i" festival "Recycle Pop" Kanuti gildis 11.-14. novembrini 2009. Kuraatorid Anders Härm ja Priit Raud. Norra Baktruppeni, rootslanna Catti Brandeliuse, prantslanna Carole Douillard'i, Andres Lõo, Maria Arusoo & Maria Juure, Erkki Luugi, Marco Laimre, Raul Kelleri, Kati Ilvese ja Killu Sukmiti esinemisest

  12. Physiological roles of plastid terminal oxidase in plant stress

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    metabolism is getting increased attention (Carol and Kuntz. 2001 ... sis capacity, and reduces the adaptation to environment ... utilized for CO2 assimilation under high light, or lower demand for electrons required for carbon fixing reactions under stresses such as ..... and Hüner NPA 2011 Flexibility in photosynthetic electron.

  13. Firing up White Clay: Immersion School Students Encouraged to Return, Give Back

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    Umbhau, Kurt

    2009-01-01

    Fort Belknap College President Carole Falcon-Chandler does not fluently speak the "A'ani" (White Clay) language, but her granddaughter does. The girl, one of the 12 students in the White Clay Language Immersion School located on the college campus in Harlem, Montana, is part of the next generation of fluent A'ani speakers. The language…

  14. A Reading Theorist's World View through the Lens of Terrence Malick: The "Poem" Created from Transacting "the Tree of Life" Trailer

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    Malich, John; Kehus, Marcella J.

    2012-01-01

    In our essay we discuss Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of a reading event. Second, we summarize Carole Cox and Joyce Many who applied the transactional theory and designed a 1-5 point continuum to stories and films. Third, we summarize film theorists David Bordwell's constructivism; Richard Wollheim's central imagining and…

  15. Nutrition in the prevention and treatment of disease

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    Coulston, Ann M; Boushey, Carol

    2008-01-01

    ... REVENTION T REATMENT AND OF D ISEASE S ECOND E DITION Edited by ANN M. COULSTON Nutrition Consultant Mountain View, CA CAROL J. BOUSHEY Department of Foods and Nutrition Purdue University West Lafayette, IN AMSTERDAM * BOSTON * HEIDELBERG * LONDON * PARIS * SAN DIEGO * SAN FRANCISCO * SINGAPORE * Academic Press is an i...

  16. Even Geniuses Work Hard

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    Dweck, Carol S.

    2010-01-01

    In her well-known research, Carol Dweck has documented how individuals' attitudes about intelligence affect their behavior and achievement. People with a fixed mindset, she writes, believe that intelligence is inborn and unchangeable, whereas those with a growth mindset believe that intelligence can grow through practice and effort. In this…

  17. Academic Reference and Instruction Librarians and Dweck's Theories of Intelligence

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    Folk, Amanda L.

    2016-01-01

    This article introduces psychologist Carol S. Dweck's entity and incremental theories of intelligence and explores the prevalence of these theories in academic librarians who participate in reference and instruction activities. Based on existing research, it is possible that implicit theories of intelligence could affect the ways in which…

  18. An Invaluable Resource for Supporting Transgender, Transsexual, and Gender-Nonconforming Students in School Communities: A Review of "Supporting Transgender and Transsexual Students in K-12 Schools"

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    Martino, Wayne

    2013-01-01

    This essay provides a review of a resource guide written by Kristopher Wells, Gayle Roberts, and Carol Allan (2012) titled "Supporting Transgender and Transsexual Students in K-12 Schools: A Guide for Educators". The guide is an invaluable resource for educators in schools and teacher education programs.

  19. TERATOLOGY SOCIETY 1998 PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE SYMPOSIUM: THE NEW THALIDOMIDE ERA: DEALING WITH THE RISKS

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    The Teratology Society Public Affairs Committee Symposium was held on June 21, 1998, during the Society's annual meeting in San Diego, California. The symposium was organized and chaired by Dr. Carole Kimmel. The sysmposium was designed to consider the medical, social, and ethi...

  20. 76 FR 19310 - Information Collection; Certified State Mediation Program

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    2011-04-07

    ... DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Farm Service Agency Information Collection; Certified State Mediation... supports the Certified State Mediation Program. The information collection is necessary to ensure the grant... submit comments by any of the following methods: Mail: Carol Wagner, Certified State Mediation Program...

  1. The SDF-1-CXCR4 Axis Functions Through p38-MAPK Signaling to Drive Breast Cancer Progression and Metastasis

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    2009-09-01

    2002). Rubin JB, Kung AL, Klein RS, Chan JA, Sun Y, Schmidt K, Kieran MW, Luster AD, Segal RA.A small-molecule antagonist of CXCR4 inhibits... Melanie H. Howell, Michelle Lacey, Betty Y. Shih, Carol Carter-Wientjes, Thomas E. Cleveland, John A. McLachlan, Thomas E. Wiese, Barbara S. Beckman

  2. 75 FR 31812 - Receipt of Applications for Endangered Species Permits

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    2010-06-04

    ... Atlantic Ocean. Applicant: Carol Johnston, Auburn, Alabama, TE178666 The applicant requests authorization... the Indiana bat in Kentucky. Applicant: Susan Loeb, U.S. Forest Service, Clemson, South Carolina... bat in the following locations: Cherokee National Forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park...

  3. Fair Trade Facts and Figures 2010: A Success Story for Producers and Consumers

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    M. Boonman (Mark); W. Huisman (Wendela); E. Sarrucco-Fedorovtsjev (Elmy); T. Sarrucco (Terya)

    2011-01-01

    markdownabstractCommentary on the report by Carol Wills (the full commentary is offered as a separate download ...) “Handicraft is the trade of the poor. They don’t have land to produce food” Joan Karanja, Director of Cooperation for Fair Trade in Africa (COFTA) “That is the little

  4. The Scope and Autonomy of Personal Narrative

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    Ingraham, Chris

    2017-01-01

    The work of Carol Berkenkotter and others who have expanded the realm of personal narrative studies over the past several decades would not have been possible without the pioneering efforts of those who first brought the study of narrative to nonliterary discourses. By revisiting what personal narratives were to these pioneers-working outward from…

  5. Search Engines for Tomorrow's Scholars, Part Two

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    Fagan, Jody Condit

    2012-01-01

    This two-part article considers how well some of today's search tools support scholars' work. The first part of the article reviewed Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Search using a modified version of Carole L. Palmer, Lauren C. Teffeau, and Carrier M. Pirmann's framework (2009). Microsoft Academic Search is a strong contender when…

  6. Against dichotomies: on mature care and self-sacrifice in care ethics

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    Nistelrooij, A.A.M. van; Leget, C.J.W.

    2016-01-01

    Introduction: In previous issues of this journal Carol Gilligan’s original concept of mature care has been conceptualized by several (especially Norwegian) contributors. This has resulted in a dichotomous view of self and other, and of self-care and altruism, in which any form of self-sacrifice is

  7. Acceptability, feasibility and challenges of implementing an HIV ...

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    Prafulta Jaiantilal

    2015-03-17

    Mar 17, 2015 ... Sarah A. Gutinb, Beverley Cummingsc, Francisco Mbofanad,. Carol Dawson Rosee .... 2006; World Health Organization. 2007). In the USA .... riers and facilitators to behavior change, risky or unsafe behaviors and attitudes toward ... ware Development 2011), a qualitative analysis software tool, was used to ...

  8. Tourism through Travel Club: A Database Project

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    Pratt, Renée M. E.; Smatt, Cindi T.; Wynn, Donald E.

    2017-01-01

    This applied database exercise utilizes a scenario-based case study to teach the basics of Microsoft Access and database management in introduction to information systems and introduction to database course. The case includes background information on a start-up business (i.e., Carol's Travel Club), description of functional business requirements,…

  9. Aneurysm Complications

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    ... Susco Chair of Research North Shore University Hospital, Brain Aneurysm Center Chair of Research The Christopher C. Getch, MD Chair of Research Carol W. Harvey Memorial Chair of Research Kristen’s Legacy of Love Chair of Research TeamCindy Alcatraz Chair of Research ...

  10. Brain Aneurysm Warning Signs/Symptoms

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    ... Susco Chair of Research North Shore University Hospital, Brain Aneurysm Center Chair of Research The Christopher C. Getch, MD Chair of Research Carol W. Harvey Memorial Chair of Research Kristen’s Legacy of Love Chair of Research TeamCindy Alcatraz Chair of Research ...

  11. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

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    ... Susco Chair of Research North Shore University Hospital, Brain Aneurysm Center Chair of Research The Christopher C. Getch, MD Chair of Research Carol W. Harvey Memorial Chair of Research Kristen’s Legacy of Love Chair of Research TeamCindy Alcatraz Chair of Research ...

  12. Family History

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    ... Susco Chair of Research North Shore University Hospital, Brain Aneurysm Center Chair of Research The Christopher C. Getch, MD Chair of Research Carol W. Harvey Memorial Chair of Research Kristen’s Legacy of Love Chair of Research TeamCindy Alcatraz Chair of Research ...

  13. [Failure To Thrive.

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    Fenichel, Emily, Ed.

    1992-01-01

    This newsletter issue contains 10 articles focusing on failture to thrive and the feeding of infants and toddlers with disabilities. Articles have the following titles and authors: "The Feeding Relationship" (Ellyn Satter); "Cultural Dimensions of Feeding Relationships" (Carol Brunson Phillips and Renatta M. Cooper);…

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    Nubidga

    Evaluation of mineral contents in Cleome gynandra leaves and stalks from Burkina Faso. Research Article. Igor W. K. Ouédraogo1,2, Carole Tranchant2 and Yvonne L. Bonzi-Coulibaly1*. 1 Laboratoire de Chimie Organique : Structure et Réactivité, Département de Chimie, Université de. Ouagadougou, 03 BP 7021 ...

  15. Integrating the Social Teaching of the Church into Catholic Schools: Conversations in Excellence 2000.

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    Cimino, Carol, Ed.; Haney, Regina M., Ed.; O'Keefe, Joseph M., Ed.

    This collection of essays deals with the integration of the social teaching of the Catholic Church into Catholic schools. The collection contains the following chapters: (1) "Focus of SPICE 2000: How To Integrate Jubilee Justice into Schools throughout the Millennium" (Carol Cimino; Regina Haney; Joseph O'Keefe); (2) "Model…

  16. Hooked on Science: How an Ohio Teacher is Training Students to Be Linked in to Forensics

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    Technology & Learning, 2008

    2008-01-01

    This article features Ohio teacher Carol Fleck's use of videoconferencing in teaching Contemporary BioScience and Genetics. Fleck, who says her initial vision for the class was "science without classroom walls," covers such topics as emerging diseases, bioterrorism, and forensic science. Collaboration between schools is a key part of the…

  17. One to Grow On/Fox Taming and Teaching

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    Tomlinson, Carol Ann

    2016-01-01

    In this article, Carol Ann Tomlinson, an English teacher of 20 years is asked from time to time, what her favorite book is. Her response, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's "The Little Prince" (Harcourt, Brace & World, 1943), the story of a little boy who is trying to find his way in a confusing world. At one particularly dismaying moment in…

  18. Blind Ambition

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    Olson, Catherine Applefeld

    2009-01-01

    No matter how dedicated they may be, some teachers are daunted by extreme challenges. Carol Agler, music director at the Ohio State School for the Blind (OSSB), is not one of those teachers. Since joining the OSSB staff 11 years ago, Agler has revived the school's long-dormant band program and created its first marching band. Next January, she…

  19. Conservation: saving Florida's manatees

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    Bonde, Robert K.

    2008-01-01

    Robert K. Bonde of the U.S. Geological Survey writes about the protected population of manatees in Crystal River, Florida, including information about the threats they face as they migrate in and out of protected waters. Photographer Carol Grant shares images of "Angel," a newborn manatee she photographed early one winter morning.

  20. Correction to Hilton et al. (2004)

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    Hilton, N. Zoe; Harris, Grant T.; Rice, Marnie E.; Lang, Carol; Cormier, Catherine A.; Lines, Kathryn J.

    2005-01-01

    This paper reports errors in the article "A Brief Actuarial Assessment for the Prediction of Wife Assault Recidivism: The Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment," by N. Zoe Hilton, Grant T. Harris, Marnie E. Rice, Carol Lang, Catherine A. Cormier, and Kathryn J. Lines (Psychological Assessment, 2004, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 267-275). On page 272,…

  1. Indeterminate HIV-1 Western Blots: Etiology, Natural History, and Psychological Reactions

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    1992-09-16

    William Lafferty, Departments of Medicine. Laboratori’ Medicine. Epidenrioloý k. .nd Thomas S. Inui, Pamela H. Louie, Carol A. Gates, Biostatistics ...and dentistry . Finally, the psychosoclal onsequences of lWB are considerable.16 1655;LBISOTO2 JAB 13:33 03-17-92 P0003 U3 C9439 0021 11655 JGLM Nov

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    “for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase” to. Elizabeth H Blackburn, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA,. Carol W Greider, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA,. Jack W Szostak, Harvard Medical School; Massachusetts ...

  3. Pramana – Journal of Physics | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics. C N Kumar. Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 74 Issue 1 January 2010 pp 83-96 Research Articles. Density excitations of a harmonically trapped ideal gas · Jai Carol Cruz C N Kumar K N Pathak J Bosse · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF.

  4. Assessment for One-Shot Library Instruction: A Conceptual Approach

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    Wang, Rui

    2016-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to explore a conceptual approach to assessment for one-shot library instruction. This study develops a new assessment instrument based on Carol Kuhlthau's information search process (ISP) model. The new instrument focuses on measuring and identifying changes in student readiness to do research along three…

  5. Signature Work: A Survey of Current Practices

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    2015-01-01

    At the centennial annual meeting of the "Association of American Colleges and Universities" (AAC&U), President Carol Geary Schneider introduced the "LEAP Challenge," the next phase of AAC&U's Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP) initiative. The LEAP Challenge calls on all colleges and universities to engage…

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    ... Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) NEPA Implementing Procedures, and the... Tariff (Tariff). This EIS will address Western's Federal action of interconnecting the proposed Project... DOE's NEPA review process, contact Carol M. Borgstrom, Director, Office of NEPA Policy and Compliance...

  7. Telomeerid ja surelikkuse bioloogia / Ülo Maiväli

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    Nobeli meditsiinipreemia võitsid tänavu Elizabeth Blackburn, Carol Greider ja Jack Szostak Nobeli komiteele tüüpiliselt elegantses sõnastuses „selle eest, kuidas telomeerid kaitsevad kromosoome ning telomeraasi ensüümi eest"

  8. HONOR IN SCIENCE -- SCIENCE ETHICS

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    On March 27, 2000 Carol Browner issued an all EPA employee e-mail memorandum concerning Principles of Scientific Integrity. - - - This booklet is an interesting educational source for determining what constitutes scientific misconduct which you may want to share with your associa...

  9. Soldiers, Scholars, Diplomats: Educating Strategic Leaders at Foreign Staff Colleges

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    philosophers, Sun Tzu , Clausewitz, and even William T. public and personal life. 57 James Lacey, Keep from All Thoughtful Men: How U.S. Economists Won...58 Bibliography ...college? 12. Should more officers be offered the opportunity to attend foreign staff colleges and why? 59 ....~.. Bibliography Atkinson, Carol

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  11. Cuidado, cidadania e consubstancialidade: questionando as definições de tempo, trabalho e valor

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    Full Text Available ABREU, Alice Rangel Paiva; HIRATA, Helena; LOMBARDI, Maria Rosa (Orgs..Gênero e trabalho no Brasil e na França: perspectivas interseccionais. Tradução de Carol de Paula. São Paulo: Boitempo, 2016. 284 p.

  12. The research ethics evolution: From Nuremberg to Helsinki

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    Carol Levine has stated that research ethics was 'born in scandal .... that subjects are able to protect themselves, with Principle 9 giving the subject as ... or advice which could weaken physical or mental resistance of a human being may be ...

  13. EFFECT OF GESTATIONAL EXPOSURE TO ETHANE DIMETHANESULFONATE (EDS), BROMOCHLOROACETIC ACID (BCA) AND MOLINATE ON REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN CD-1 MALE MICE

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    EFFECT OF GESTATIONAL EXPOSURE TO ETHANE DIMETHANESULFONATE (EDS), BROMOCHLOROACETIC ACID (BCA) AND MOLINATE ON REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN CD-1 MALE MICE. D.K. Tarka1,2 , G.R. Klinefelter2, J.C. Rockett2, J.D. Suarez2, N.L. Roberts2 and J.M. Rogers1,2. 1 University of North Carol...

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    ... [ssquf] Presentation by Carol Bergman, Director, Government Relations and Public Affairs [ssquf] Comments... concurrently immediately upon conclusion of the meeting of the Governance and Performance Review Committee. LOCATION: Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel, 3200 Boardwalk Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108. PUBLIC OBSERVATION...

  15. C.P.R.: Promoting Cooperation, Participation and Respect in Physical Education

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    The Health, Exercise, and Sport Science (HESS) faculty at Texas Tech University, along with many of its graduate and undergraduate students, have been working with overweight youth since the Fun & Fit program launched in 2004. The collaborative effort between Tech and the Lubbock Independent School District, funded by a Carol M. White Physical…

  16. Burn Rehabilitation and Research: Proceedings of a Consensus Summit

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    projectsperceivedasneeding investigation.Multicenter re- search initiatives are highly encouraged. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Carol Raymond, Maria Chapa, Travis...Engrav LH, Nakamura DY, Dutcher KA, Heimbach DM, Vedder NB. Treatment of fourth-degree hand burns. J Burn Care Rehabil 1995;16:36–42. 42. Mendez

  17. Impacts of DNAPL Source Treatment: Experimental and Modeling Assessment of the Benefits of Partial DNAPL Source Removal

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    this project: A. Noman M. Ahsanuzzaman, Steve Acree, Nandita Basu, Sten Berglund, Carol Bratt, Gordon Brown, Xaisong Chen, Jaehyun Cho, Pat Clark...A.S.C. Chen (eds). Chapelle, F.H., J.S. Widdowson, J.S. Bruner, E. Mendez , and C.C. Casey (2003). Methodology for Estimating Times of Remediation

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    34Operation Provide Comfort: A Case Study in Humanitarian Relief and Foreign Assistance" Air Force Law Review 37 (1994): 225-38. 21 Mendez , Ruben 1... Carole Forced Out: The Agony of the Refuzee in Our Time. New York Random, 1989 (IIV 640 .K57 1989) 3( Langley, Winston E., ed. Human Rights: Sixtv Maior

  19. The Navy Supply Corps Newsletter. Contracting Innovations: Navy Electronic Commerce Online Navy Afloat Purchase Card Program. Volume 62, No. 3.

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    Mike Lyden John Lantelme Andy Mackel Jesus Malgapo Carol Marcinek Greg Martin Michelle McAtee Molly McClellan Jerry McEnerney Laurie McKee...Paul McNeill Walt Melton Rich Mendez Mike Metts Jon Miller Ron Mosley Jim Naber Craig Nostrant NAVSUP USSNORMANDY(CG60) DDRE NORFOLK NPGS

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    few cally grown sugar cane into molasses (Fossier sugar plantations are formed in the parish of 1957:47). Solis, and later Mendez , who pur...Recreation and Tourism, Office of Cultural Development, Division of Ar- chaeology, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Speaker, John Stuart, Joanna Chase, Carol

  1. Do Frogs Still Get Their Kicks On Route 66? A Transcontinental Transect For Amphibian Chytrid Fungus (Batrachochytrium Dendrobatidis) Infection On U.S. Department Of Defense Installations

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    Knox), Rick Crow (Cannon AFB), Len Diloia (Radford Army Ammunitions Plant), Carol Finley (Kirtland AFB), Jeff Howard (Camp Gruber), Kenton Lohraff...KR, Mendez D, Speare R (2008) Survey protocol for detecting chytridiomycosis in all Australian frog populations. Dis Aquat Org 80: 85-94. 13

  2. A Theory of Revolutionary Warfare and its Application to the Bolivian Adventure of Che Guevara

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    training in Cuba Molses Nato Molses Guevara Rodriguez Julio Mendez Cano .Member of Center; later Joined the Rearguard; recrui ter Member of...Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1965. Carol ! na. Counterinsurgency Planning Guide. ST-31-176, Fort Bragg, North Von Lsz&r, Arpad and Robert R. Kaufman

  3. A CBO Paper: Educational Attainment and Compensation of Enlisted Personnel

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    of CBO’s National Security Division wrote the paper under the supervision of Deborah Clay- Mendez and J. Michael Gilmore. At CBO, Daniel Frisk...and Carol Frost provided programming assis- tance for the statistical analyses. Nabeel Alsalam, Robert Dennis, Cary Elliot, Seth Giertz, Roger

  4. Molecular Imaging with Quantum Dots Probing EMT and Prostate Cancer Metastasis in Live Animals

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    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Yuanyuan Cui, Shari Kelly and Carol Phillips for technical supports and Gary Mawyer for editing. The study was supported by R01...589-596. 47. Mendez O, Fernandez Y, Peinado MA, et al. Anti-apoptotic proteins induce non- random genetic alterations that result in selecting breast

  5. Water-Quality Monitoring and Studies of the Formation and Fate of Trihalomethanes During the Third Injection, Storage, and Recovery Test at Lancaster, Antelope Valley, California, March 1998 Through April 1999

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    during preparation of this report, and reviews by Darnella Murphy, Greg Mendez , Rick Iwatsubo, and Peter Martin contributed immensely to this work...Mary Gibson and Carol Sanchez edited the report, and Cathy Munday constructed figure 1. WATER-QUALITY MONITORING AT WELLS Water samples were

  6. Defense AT&L Magazine A Publication of the Defense Acquisition University. Volume 34, Number 2, DAU 183

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    demonstrated by Soldier of the Year Spc. Wilfredo Mendez , far left, and Staff Sgt. Andrew J. Bullock, Noncommissioned Officer of the Year. To the far right...Bolton Jr., ASA (ALT) in March 2005. Carol Lowman, co-leader of the Army Contracting Study Future Force/Mission team, briefs members of the senior

  7. Enablers and Inhibitors to English Language Learners' Research Process in a High School Setting

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    Kim, Sung Un

    2015-01-01

    This researcher sought to examine enablers and inhibitors to English language learner (ELL) students' research process within the framework of Carol C. Kuhlthau's Information Search Process (ISP). At a high school forty-eight ELL students in three classes, an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, and a biology teacher participated in the…

  8. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (79th, Anaheim, CA, August 10-13, 1996). Mass Communication and Society Division.

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    The mass communication and society section of the Proceedings contains the following 17 papers: "Deviance in News Coverage of On-Line Communications: A Print Media Comparison" (Lisa M. Weidman); "Political Tolerance of Environmental Protest: The Roles of Generalized and Specialized Information" (Catherine A. Steele and Carol M.…

  9. Debaryomyces hansenii: A Model System for Marine Molecular Biology

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    bisexualts and Ochromonas danica (Gunderson et al. 1987), Prorocerarum micans (Herzog and Maroteaux, 1986), Crypthecodinium cohnii and Saccocystis muris ...Dicdyostelium discoideum(McCaroll et al. 1983), Physarum polycephatun (Johansen et al. 1988), Giardia lamblia (Sogin et al. 1989), Suijflobus...Physanum polycephalum , Giardia lamblia , and .ulfolobu soljbnicus used as outgroups). The relationships of the ciliates, the apicomplexans, and the

  10. The Frugal Librarian: Thriving in Tough Economic Times

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    2011-01-01

    Fewer employees, shorter hours, diminished collection budgets, reduced programs and services--all at a time of record library usage. In this book, library expert Carol Smallwood demonstrates that despite the obvious downsides, the necessity of doing business differently can be positive, leading to partnering, sharing, and innovating. This…

  11. Countdown to Success?

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    2011-01-01

    The report, "A world class mathematics education for all our young people," commissioned by the Conservative Party in 2009, produced by a Task Force chaired by Carol Vorderman, was published in August 2011. The document makes some sensible recommendations, many of which will be welcomed by the mathematics education community. In this…

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    Dioulasso,. Burkina Faso. Aimé Arsène Yaméogo1,2,&, Carole Gilberte .... recommandations de la Mayo Clinic aux USA [11] révèlent d'ailleurs que les primo infections tuberculeuses devraient faire l'objet d'un traitement à ...

  13. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. RAVINDRA GETTU. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 37 Issue 1 February 2012 pp 187-205. Analysis of mixed-mode fracture in concrete using interface elements and a cohesive crack model · Víctor O García-Álvarez Ravindra Gettu Ignacio Carol · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. The paper ...

  14. Improving Recruiting of the 6th Recruiting Brigade Through Statistical Analysis and Efficiency Measures

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    example of maximizing or minimizing decision variables within a model. Carol Stoker and Stephen Mehay present a comparative analysis of marketing and advertising strategies...strategy development process; documenting various recruiting, marketing , and advertising initiatives in each nation; and examining efforts to

  15. Technical difficulties. Recent health IT security breaches are unlikely to improve the public's perception about the safety of personal data.

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    Becker, Cinda

    2006-02-20

    Consumers who claimed in recent surveys that they were "more afraid of cyber crimes than physical crimes" may have had reason for caution. A spate of well-publicized information thefts and security breaches at healthcare organizations have eroded trust in technology, says Carol Diamond, left, of the Markle Foundation, and that could have an adverse effect on acceptance of electronic medical records.

  16. Moral reasoning in the early years: Age and gender patterns ...

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    Drawing on the work of Carol Gilligan (1982) and Lawrence Kohlberg (1969) the study sought to examine children.s moral reasoning about situations involving conflicts and how they would resolve them. It also explored whether children.s choice of moral orientation varied across individual factors such as age and gender.

  17. Kodu kaugel meres / Ilona Martson

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    Tutvustus: Stone, Tom. Suvi Kreeka tavernis : mälestused / [tõlkija Tiia-Mai Nõmmik. Tallinn] : Pegasus, 2004 ; Drinkwater, Carol. Oliiviistandus : mälestusi elust, armastusest ja oliiviõlist Lõuna-Prantsusmaal / inglise keelest tõlkinud Laine Hone. Tallinn : Varrak, 2004

  18. What Women Have Wrought.

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    1988-01-01

    Reviews four books: "Counter Cultures" (Susan Porter Benson); "Once a Cigar Maker" (Patricia A. Cooper); "To Toil the Livelong Day" (Carol Groneman and Mary Beth North eds.); and "Gender at Work" (Ruth Milkman). The works examine cultural stereotypes about the nature of work and women and they attempt to dispel the ideas that women are less…

  19. The Effects of Corona on Current Surges Induced on Conducting Lines by EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse): A Comparison of Experiment Data with Results of Analytic Corona Models

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    196. M. Schechter, A.D.A., P. 0. Box 2250 (81), Haifa, 31021, ISRAEL 197. D. Serafin, Cente d’Etudes de Gramat , 46500 Gramst, FRANCE 198. Peter Sevat...Managing Director, GERAC, B.P. 19 - 46500 Gramat FRANCE 202. Carol Smeerdon, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Flight Systems, BLdg. Q153, Farnborough

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  1. Irish Soups and Bread

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    Published by Gill & Macmillan Ltd. Hume Avenue, Park West, Dublin 12 in 2001. Index compiled by Cover to Cover, Illustrations by Eva Byrne, Design by Slick Fish Design, Print Origination by Carole Lynch, Printed by ColourBooks, Dublin. 118p, 19cm., paperback http://arrow.dit.ie/irckbooks/1047/thumbnail.jpg

  2. COMPARATIVE METABOLISM OF ARSENIC IN MICE AFTER A SINGLE OR REPEATED ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF ARSENATE

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    COMPARATIVE METABOLISM OF ARSENIC IN MICE AFTER A SINGLE OR REPEATED ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF ARSENATEMichael F. Hughes*1, Elaina M. Kenyon1, Brenda C. Edwards1, Carol T. Mitchell1, Luz Maria Del Razo2 and David J. Thomas11US EPA, ORD, NHEERL, ETD, PKB, Research Triangle Pa...

  3. TISSUE DISPOSITION OF DIMETHYLARSINIC ACID IN THE MOUSE AFTER ACUTE ORAL ADMINISTRATION

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    TISSUE DISPOSITION OF DIMETHYLARSINIC ACID IN THE MOUSE AFTER ACUTE ORAL ADMINISTRATIONMichael F. Hughes, Ph.D., Brenda C. Edwards, Carol T. Mitchell and Elaina M. Kenyon, Ph.D. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Nation...

  4. Food and mood.

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    A number of specific nutrients and other active substances in foods are thought to have a direct impact on mood. Carol Ottley explores the evidence linking food with aspects of mood and behaviour. Areas covered include premenstrual syndrome, chocolate craving, mood swings, and how we eat in relation to specific mood states such as fear, happiness and anxiety.

  5. Staariteatri anatoomia performance'i-kunsti vormis / Janar Ala

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    Nu Performance festival III "Recycle Pop" 11.11.-14.11. 2009 Kanuti Gildi saalis Tallinnas. Norra teatritrupi Bäktruppen, prantsuse kunstniku Carole Douillard'i, Lotte Jürjendali ja Katrin Ratte, Maria Arusoo ja Maria Juure, Erki Luuki etteastetest

  6. Thinking Tools for Young Readers and Writers: Strategies to Promote Higher Literacy in Grades 2-8

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    Olson, Carol Booth; Balius, Angie; McCourtney, Emily; Widtmann, Mary

    2018-01-01

    In her new book, bestselling author and professional developer Carol Booth Olson and colleagues show teachers how to help young readers and writers construct meaning from and with texts. This practical resource offers a rich array of research-based teaching strategies, activities, and extended lessons focused on the "thinking tools"…

  7. People Can Catch Diseases from Their Pets

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    2013-01-23

    Dr. Carol Rubin, Associate Director for Zoonoses and One Health at CDC, discusses zoonotic diseases in pets.  Created: 1/23/2013 by National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID).   Date Released: 1/28/2013.

  8. The State of Educators' Professional Learning in British Columbia: Executive Summary

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    Brown, Sherri; Hales, Anne; Kuehn, Larry; Steffensen, Karen

    2016-01-01

    Coinciding with the 2016 Annual Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Learning Forward commissioned and supported a study of professional learning across the nation of Canada entitled "The State of Educators' Professional Learning in Canada." A research team led by Carol Campbell, Associate Professor of Leadership and Educational…

  9. The State of Educators' Professional Learning in Canada. Executive Summary

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    Campbell, Carol; Osmond-Johnson, Pamela; Faubert, Brenton; Zeichner, Kenneth; Hobbs-Johnson, Audrey

    2016-01-01

    Coinciding with the 2016 Annual Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Learning Forward commissioned and supported a study of professional learning across the nation of Canada. "The State of Educators' Professional Learning in Canada" was researched by a team led by Carol Campbell, Associate Professor of Leadership and Educational…

  10. Historia Sancti Ludgeri

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    Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball. Steyn, Carol (ed.) (2002). The Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Grey Collection of the National. Library of South Africa. 2 Volumes. Salzburg: Universität Salzburg. Stroux, Christoph (1959). Die Musica poetica des Magisters Heinrich Faber: Kommentar. Berlin: Duncker. & Humbolt.

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    Full Text Available ... Duration: 117 seconds. National Institute On Aging 6 years ago 12,952 views Trainer Sandy shows Linda how to do lower body exercises in her office with Go4Life's Toe Stand. CC ... Exercise--Overhead Arm Raise - Duration: 88 seconds. National Institute On Aging 6 years ago 9,529 views Trainer Sandy shows Carol ...

  12. Enduring Reputations: The Durable Structure of Class, Knowledge, and Status in Higher Education

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    2010-01-01

    More than a decade ago, art historian Carol Duncan (1993) questioned the legitimacy of the democratization of an "elite" liberal arts education, challenging assumptions held by educators, administrators, and scholars that "the democratization of an elite liberal arts education is possible." This study is a direct extension of Professor Duncan's…

  13. More than add women and stir

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    Food studies and the study of food and gender have been particularly strong scholarly currents in the US. Here, anthropologist Carole Counihan was one of the first scholars to work with the food-gender intersection. Over the past four decades, she has continued to work with the area in an array o...

  14. Adult Learning and the Establishment of Training Programs in Bureaucratic-Like Organizations

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    environment, and provide the methodology and resources required. 3. Product Use Training for Customers at DuPont ( Green , 8 1-85) When Du Pont developed a...contains pedorniance.-relate(, lot behavors that foremen, their supervsors and their subordinates have reported) as critcal ’to the foreman S job success...Please consider the above-named individual s behavior on the loo for the past three months Do not ccnsider other foremen or tlOs rnuividua;’s behavor at

  15. Full-Field Strain Mapping at a Ge/Si Heterostructure Interface

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    Full Text Available The misfit dislocations and strain fields at a Ge/Si heterostructure interface were investigated experimentally using a combination of high-resolution transmission electron microscopy and quantitative electron micrograph analysis methods. The type of misfit dislocation at the interface was determined to be 60° dislocation and 90° full-edge dislocation. The full-field strains at the Ge/Si heterostructure interface were mapped by using the geometric phase analysis (GPA and peak pairs analysis (PPA, respectively. The effect of the mask size on the GPA and PPA results was analyzed in detail. For comparison, the theoretical strain fields of the misfit dislocations were also calculated by the Peierls-Nabarro and Foreman dislocation models. The results showed that the optimal mask sizes in GPA and PPA were approximately three tenths and one-tenth of the reciprocal lattice vector, respectively. The Foreman dislocation model with an alterable factor a = 4 can best describe the strain field of the misfit dislocation at the Ge/Si heterostructure interface.

  16. ANALISA OPTIMALISASI TEKNIK ESTIMASI DAN KOMPENSASI GERAK PADA ENKODER VIDEO H.263

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    Full Text Available Mode baseline encoder video H.263 menerapkan teknik estimasi dan kompensasi gerak dengan satu vector gerak untuk setiap macroblock. Prosedur area pencarian menggunakan pencarian penuh dengan akurasi setengah pixel pada bidang [16,15.5] membuat prediksi di tepian frame tidak dapat diprediksi dengan baik. Peningkatan unjuk kerja pengkodean prediksi interframe encoder video H.263 dengan optimalisasi teknik estimasi dan kompensasi gerak diimplementasikan dengan penambahan area pencarian [31.5,31.5] (unrestricted motion vector, Annex D dan 4 motion vector (advanced prediction mode, Annex F. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa advanced mode mampu meningkatkan nilai SNR sebesar 0.03 dB untuk sequence video claire, 0.2 dB untuk sequence video foreman, 0.041 dB untuk sequence video Glasgow, dan juga mampu menurunkan bit rate pengkodean sebesar 2.3 % untuk video Claire, 15.63 % untuk video Foreman,  dan 9.8% untuk video Glasgow dibandingkan dengan implementasi 1 motion vector pada pengkodean baseline mode.

  17. Strain field mapping of dislocations in a Ge/Si heterostructure.

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    Full Text Available Ge/Si heterostructure with fully strain-relaxed Ge film was grown on a Si (001 substrate by using a two-step process by ultra-high vacuum chemical vapor deposition. The dislocations in the Ge/Si heterostructure were experimentally investigated by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM. The dislocations at the Ge/Si interface were identified to be 90° full-edge dislocations, which are the most efficient way for obtaining a fully relaxed Ge film. The only defect found in the Ge epitaxial film was a 60° dislocation. The nanoscale strain field of the dislocations was mapped by geometric phase analysis technique from the HRTEM image. The strain field around the edge component of the 60° dislocation core was compared with those of the Peierls-Nabarro and Foreman dislocation models. Comparison results show that the Foreman model with a = 1.5 can describe appropriately the strain field around the edge component of a 60° dislocation core in a relaxed Ge film on a Si substrate.

  18. Strain field mapping of dislocations in a Ge/Si heterostructure.

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    Liu, Quanlong; Zhao, Chunwang; Su, Shaojian; Li, Jijun; Xing, Yongming; Cheng, Buwen

    2013-01-01

    Ge/Si heterostructure with fully strain-relaxed Ge film was grown on a Si (001) substrate by using a two-step process by ultra-high vacuum chemical vapor deposition. The dislocations in the Ge/Si heterostructure were experimentally investigated by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM). The dislocations at the Ge/Si interface were identified to be 90° full-edge dislocations, which are the most efficient way for obtaining a fully relaxed Ge film. The only defect found in the Ge epitaxial film was a 60° dislocation. The nanoscale strain field of the dislocations was mapped by geometric phase analysis technique from the HRTEM image. The strain field around the edge component of the 60° dislocation core was compared with those of the Peierls-Nabarro and Foreman dislocation models. Comparison results show that the Foreman model with a = 1.5 can describe appropriately the strain field around the edge component of a 60° dislocation core in a relaxed Ge film on a Si substrate.

  19. PROMSYS, Plant Equipment Maintenance and Inspection Scheduling

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    Morgan, D.L.; Srite, B.E.

    1986-01-01

    1 - Description of problem or function: PROMSYS is a computer system designed to automate the scheduling of routine maintenance and inspection of plant equipment. This 'programmed maintenance' provides the detailed planning and accomplishment of lubrication, inspection, and similar repetitive maintenance activities which can be scheduled at specified predetermined intervals throughout the year. The equipment items included are the typical pumps, blowers, motors, compressors, automotive equipment, refrigeration units, filtering systems, machine shop equipment, cranes, elevators, motor-generator sets, and electrical switchgear found throughout industry, as well as cell ventilation, shielding, containment, and material handling equipment unique to nuclear research and development facilities. Four related programs are used to produce sorted schedule lists, delinquent work lists, and optional master lists. Five additional programs are used to create and maintain records of all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance history. 2 - Method of solution: Service specifications and frequency are established and stored. The computer program reviews schedules weekly and prints, on schedule cards, instructions for service that is due the following week. The basic output from the computer program comes in two forms: programmed-maintenance schedule cards and programmed-maintenance data sheets. The data sheets can be issued in numerical building, route, and location number sequence as equipment lists, grouped for work assigned to a particular foreman as the foreman's equipment list, or grouped by work charged to a particular work order as the work-order list. Data sheets grouped by equipment classification are called the equipment classification list

  20. TENSOR DECOMPOSITIONS AND SPARSE LOG-LINEAR MODELS

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    Johndrow, James E.; Bhattacharya, Anirban; Dunson, David B.

    2017-01-01

    Contingency table analysis routinely relies on log-linear models, with latent structure analysis providing a common alternative. Latent structure models lead to a reduced rank tensor factorization of the probability mass function for multivariate categorical data, while log-linear models achieve dimensionality reduction through sparsity. Little is known about the relationship between these notions of dimensionality reduction in the two paradigms. We derive several results relating the support of a log-linear model to nonnegative ranks of the associated probability tensor. Motivated by these findings, we propose a new collapsed Tucker class of tensor decompositions, which bridge existing PARAFAC and Tucker decompositions, providing a more flexible framework for parsimoniously characterizing multivariate categorical data. Taking a Bayesian approach to inference, we illustrate empirical advantages of the new decompositions. PMID:29332971

  1. Radiation from a hot, thin plasma from 1 to 250 A

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    Kato, T.

    1976-01-01

    A calculation of emission spectrum of a hot, low-density plasma in the region 1--250 A is presented. The mechanisms considered are electron collision-induced line emission, bremsstrahlung, and radiative recombination; and the temperature range studied is 10 5 --10 7 K. 795 lines are included. The elemental abundances of the ions of He, C, N, O, Ne, Mg, Si, S, Ca, Fe, and Ni were taken to be as in the solar corona. The line emission of Fe ions produces a maximum in the curve of an emission power between 1 and 250 A versus temperature around 10 6 K. The emission rate around 10 6 K is larger than the results calculated by Cox and Tucker and Tucker and Koren

  2. Production and characterization of antifungal compounds produced by Lactobacillus plantarum IMAU10014.

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    HaiKuan Wang

    Full Text Available Lactobacillus plantarum IMAU10014 was isolated from koumiss that produces a broad spectrum of antifungal compounds, all of which were active against plant pathogenic fungi in an agar plate assay. Two major antifungal compounds were extracted from the cell-free supernatant broth of L. plantarum IMAU10014. 3-phenyllactic acid and Benzeneacetic acid, 2-propenyl ester were carried out by HPLC, LC-MS, GC-MS, NMR analysis. It is the first report that lactic acid bacteria produce antifungal Benzeneacetic acid, 2-propenyl ester. Of these, the antifungal products also have a broad spectrum of antifungal activity, namely against Botrytis cinerea, Glomerella cingulate, Phytophthora drechsleri Tucker, Penicillium citrinum, Penicillium digitatum and Fusarium oxysporum, which was identified by the overlay and well-diffusion assay. F. oxysporum, P. citrinum and P. drechsleri Tucker were the most sensitive among molds.

  3. Tensor decompositions for the analysis of atomic resolution electron energy loss spectra

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    Spiegelberg, Jakob; Rusz, Ján [Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University, Box 516, S-751 20 Uppsala (Sweden); Pelckmans, Kristiaan [Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University, Box 337, S-751 05 Uppsala (Sweden)

    2017-04-15

    A selection of tensor decomposition techniques is presented for the detection of weak signals in electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) data. The focus of the analysis lies on the correct representation of the simulated spatial structure. An analysis scheme for EEL spectra combining two-dimensional and n-way decomposition methods is proposed. In particular, the performance of robust principal component analysis (ROBPCA), Tucker Decompositions using orthogonality constraints (Multilinear Singular Value Decomposition (MLSVD)) and Tucker decomposition without imposed constraints, canonical polyadic decomposition (CPD) and block term decompositions (BTD) on synthetic as well as experimental data is examined. - Highlights: • A scheme for compression and analysis of EELS or EDX data is proposed. • Several tensor decomposition techniques are presented for BSS on hyperspectral data. • Robust PCA and MLSVD are discussed for denoising of raw data.

  4. Open Day at EVE and School of CERN Staff Association: an opportunity for many parents to discover the structure.

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    On Saturday, 4 March 2017, the Children’s Day-Care Centre EVE and School of CERN Staff Association opened its doors to allow interested parents to visit the structure. Staff Association - Carole Dargagnon presents the EVE and school during the open day. This event was a great success and brought together many families. The Open Day was held in two sessions (first session at 10 am and second at 11 am), each consisting in two parts: a general presentation of the structure by the Headmistress Carole Dargagnon, a tour of the installations with Marie-Luz Cavagna and Stéphanie Palluel, the administrative assistants. The management team was delighted to offer parents the opportunity to participate in this pleasant event, where everyone could express themselves, ask questions and find answers in a friendly atmosphere.

  5. Servicio país: el tercer cumpleaños

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    Full Text Available Carol González, joven arquitecto de la U. de Chile fue la primera en llevar el Servicio País a la Pronvincia de Arauco. Entusiasmada con la experiencia, volvió a postular y este año continúa su servicio como Directora Regional del Programa. A un año desde que se diera comienzo a este programa piloto, a nivel de gobierno se hacen las primeras evaluaciones y estimaciones sobre las tendencias que se visualizan para los próximos años. En este contexto le solicitamos a Carol González, que nos contara algo de la historia "en terreno" del Servicio País.

  6. Dimitrie Gusti and the Royal Cultural Foundations (1922-1948. Archive Documents

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    Full Text Available This research aims to emphasize the activity of The "Prince Carol" Royal Cultural Foundation created in 1921 in order to lead to the emancipation especially of villages, but also the Romanian culture in a more general perspective. Overall, we may say that the period between the two world wars was marked, also due to the help of the Royal Cultural Foundation, by substantial progress in various fields of education, science and culture in general and thus contributed to changing Romania into a state with a high level of culture and the creation of an image and prestige that commanded worldwide respect. The research was done on the basis of the documents studied at the Service of the National Central Historical Archives, the Stock of the "Prince Carol" Royal Cultural Foundation and at the Library of the Romanian Academy.

  7. An evaluation on the effectiveness of Web 2.0 Startpages (Netvibes & Pageflakes) within NHS libraries.

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    McCormick, Carol; Pickard, Alison Jane

    2013-06-01

    Carol McCormick was Learning Resources Advisor in the library at James Cook University Hospital, South Teesside when she completed her BSc (Hons) Librarianship (Work Based Learning) degree at Northumbria University. She gained a 1st Class Honours and is now Learning Resources Librarian. Carol's dissertation formed part of a wider action research project into the provision of current awareness services at James Cook University Hospital. This article reports on the evaluation which was conducted after a Web 2.0 Startpage, or portal, had been introduced to improve access to current awareness information for all staff within the Trust. It is the second article in the Dissertations into practice series to examine the use of web-based tools to improve access to information for NHS staff. AM. © 2013 The authors. Health Information and Libraries Journal © 2013 Health Libraries Group.

  8. Kaitstud magistri- ja doktoritööd 2011

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    TÜ-s kaitsesid magistritööd Lauri Linask, Liisi Rünkla, Anna Mossolova, Pärt Ojamaa, Nelly Mäekivi, Rasmus Pedanik, Carlos Andres Hernandez Perez, Burhan Sayili, Aune Ainson, Arlene Tucker, Remo Gramigna, Kristin Orav, Svitlana Biedarieva, Alejandra Pineda Silva, Maximino Matus Ruiz, Cesar Octavio Moreno Zayas, Mara Cay Woods, Taras Boyko; doktoritööd Kati Lindström ja Morten Tønnessen

  9. A CLASS OF NONMONOTONE TRUST REGION ALGORITHMS FOR LINEARLY CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION%线性约束优化的一类非单调信赖域算法

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    2002-01-01

    We present a class of nonmonotone trust region algorithms for linearly constrained optimization in this paper.The algorithm may adjust automatically the scope of the monotonicity by the degree that the quadratic model is "trusted".Under the suitable conditions,it is proved that any limit point of the infinite sequence generated by the algorithm is the Kuhn-Tucker point of the primal problem.Finally,some numerical results show that the new algorithm is very effective.

  10. On Equivalence between Optimality Criteria and Projected Gradient Methods with Application to Topology Optimization Problem

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    Ananiev, Sergey

    2006-01-01

    The paper demonstrates the equivalence between the optimality criteria (OC) method, initially proposed by Bendsoe & Kikuchi for topology optimization problem, and the projected gradient method. The equivalence is shown using Hestenes definition of Lagrange multipliers. Based on this development, an alternative formulation of the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) condition is suggested. Such reformulation has some advantages, which will be also discussed in the paper. For verification purposes the modi...

  11. Selection of Air Traffic Controllers,

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    1984-08-01

    Institute of Bahavioral Research, Texas Christian University Joseph A. Tucker, Ph.D. Professor of Instructional Technology, The Catholic University of...Peace Corps volunteers (Gordon, 1967); nursing students in their first year of training (Katzell, 1968); nursing turn- over in a teaching hospital (Saleh...retired FAA controllers and instructors who volunteered to help in the crisis. A student’s first few days (Phase I) at the Academy are spent in per

  12. Organizing for Irregular Warfare: Implications for the Brigade Combat Team

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    program on October 13, 2006. For further information see, Stew Magnuson, “Eyes Wide Open,” National Defense May 2007, 46. 227 John A. English...David Tucker and Christopher J. Lamb , “Restructuring Special Operations Forces for Emerging Threats,” Strategic Forum no. 219 (January 2006) to... Stew . “Eyes Wide Open.” National Defense, May 2007. Malcom, Ben S. White Tigers, My Secret War in Korea. U.S.: Brassey’s, 2003

  13. A Hierarchical Dispatch Structure for Distribution Network Pricing

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    Yuan, Zhao; Hesamzadeh, Mohammad Reza

    2015-01-01

    This paper presents a hierarchical dispatch structure for efficient distribution network pricing. The dispatch coordination problem in the context of hierarchical network operators are addressed. We formulate decentralized generation dispatch into a bilevel optimization problem in which main network operator and the connected distribution network operator optimize their costs in two levels. By using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions and Fortuny-Amat McCarl linearization, the bilevel optimization ...

  14. Semi Quantitative MALDI TOF for Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing in Staphylococcus aureus

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    2017-08-31

    Semi- quantitative MALDI-TOF for antimicrobial susceptibility testing in Staphylococcus 1 aureus 2 3 4 Tucker Maxson,a Cheryl L. Taylor-Howell,a...Timothy D. Minoguea# 5 6 Diagnostic Systems Division, United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious 7 Disease, Fort Detrick, MD...USAa 8 9 Running Title: Quantitative MALDI for AST in S. aureus 10 #Address correspondence to Timothy D. Minogue, timothy.d.minogue.civ@mail.mil

  15. Economics of Forest Fire Management: Spatial Accounting of Costs and Benefits

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    Sanchez, Jose Julio

    2014-01-01

    A nonmarket valuation approach is used in this study to evaluate the recreation values of the San Jacinto Wilderness in southern California. The analysis utilizes survey data from a stated-choice experiment involving backcountry visitors who responded to questions about hypothetical wildfire burn scenarios. Benefits of landscape preservation are derived using a Kuhn-Tucker (KT) demand system. Model results suggest that recreationists are more attracted to sites with recent foreground wildf...

  16. Efficient Matrix Models for Relational Learning

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    2009-10-01

    base learners and h1:r is the ensemble learner. For example, consider the case where h1, . . . , hr are linear discriminants. The weighted vote of...a multilinear form naturally leads one to consider tensor factorization: e.g., UAV T is a special case of Tucker decomposition [129] on a 2D- tensor , a...matrix. Our five modeling choices can also be used to differentiate tensor factorizations, but the choices may be subtler for tensors than for

  17. Effects of global change on tropical ecosystems

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    1997-09-01

    Full Text Available composition and climate. Although the combustion of fossil fuels is the dominant source of the observed increase in the atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO,) content at the present time (Watson et al., 19921, the release of CO... forest or bush is even more poorly documented than the original clearing (Skole and Tucker, 1993; Skole et al., 1994). There is a continuous switching between agricultural production systems, driven by local social, economic...

  18. Intelligence Operations In Small Wars: A Comparison Of The Malayan Emergency And Vietnam War

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    Effect, 18. 41 Spencer C. Tucker, David Coffey, Nguyen Cong Luan, Nike Nichols, and Sandra Wittman, eds, Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War Volume One: A...War: The Unexamined Victories and Final Tragedy of America’s Last Years in Vietnam, (Orlando, FL :Harcourt, Inc ., 1999), 72-73. 91 Sorley, A Better...Victories and Final Tragedy of America’s Last Years in Vietnam. Orlando, FL: Harcourt, Inc ., 1999. Stubbs, Richard. Hearts and Minds in

  19. Perception by Operators of Approach and Withdrawal of Moving Sound Sources

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    Tucker, 1988; Strybel and Neal, 1994) or between stationary and moving sound sources or auditory images (Perrott and Musikant , 1977; Strybel and Neale...conditions of stimulation (Viskov, 1975; Perrott and Musikant , 1977; Strybel et al., 1989; Sabery and Perrott, 1990; Strybel et al., 1992; Strybel and...noise and its relation to masking and loudness// JASA, 1947. V.19. P. 609-619. 24. Perrott D.R., Musicant A.D. Minimum auditory movement angle: binaural

  20. Analysis and Modeling of Complex Geomorphic Systems: Technique Development, Data Collection, and Application to Rangeland Terrain

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    Tucker, GE, Arnold, L, and Stokes, S (2004) Evidence for autogenic cyclicity in ephemeral stream cut-fill deposits. Paper presented at American...of management activity (such as mechanized training ). However, there are a number of important knowledge gaps regarding how such landscapes re- spond...the Fort Carson military reservation, the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site (PCMS, a training area in southeastern Colorado adminis- tered by Fort Carson

  1. Potential for Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) From Florida to Transmit Rift Valley Fever Virus

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    2013-09-01

    signiÞcant disease and economic disruption. Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV), whichhasbeen responsible fornumerousoutbreaksof severe disease in ruminants and...is predominately a disease of domestic ruminants (cattle, goats, and sheep), where infection in pregnant animals usually results in abortion, and...www.cdc.gov/EID/ content /13/8/e1.htm). Britch, S.C.,K. J.Linthicum,A.Anyamba,C. J.Tucker,E.W. Pak, F. A. Maloney, K. Cobb, E. Stanwix, J. Humphries, A

  2. Social Resources That Preserve Functional Independence After Memory Loss

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    Toward a common language for function, disability, and health. Physical therapy 86, 726 (May, 2006). 4. R. D. Tucker-Seeley, S. V. Subramanian, Y...20. Boyle PA, Buchman AS, Wilson RS, et al: Physical activity is asso- ciated with incident disability in community-based older persons. J Am Geriatr ...effects of physical activity on physical functioning, quality of life and depression in older people with dementia. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2011

  3. Constrained Optimization via Stochastic approximation with a simultaneous perturbation gradient approximation

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    Sadegh, Payman

    1997-01-01

    This paper deals with a projection algorithm for stochastic approximation using simultaneous perturbation gradient approximation for optimization under inequality constraints where no direct gradient of the loss function is available and the inequality constraints are given as explicit functions...... of the optimization parameters. It is shown that, under application of the projection algorithm, the parameter iterate converges almost surely to a Kuhn-Tucker point, The procedure is illustrated by a numerical example, (C) 1997 Elsevier Science Ltd....

  4. Review of Terrence Malick: Film and Philosophy

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    Emre Çağlayan

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    Full Text Available This new anthology edited by Thomas Dean Tucker and Stuart Kendall predates the release of The Tree of Life and examines Malick’s earlier work from a variety of philosophical perspectives. The editors argue that Malick’s background in philosophy not only warrants philosophical questions into his oeuvre, but more importantly his “films offer privileged sites for this kind of inquiry”

  5. In Contact! Case Studies from the Long War. Volume I

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    2006-01-01

    lull, Bellavia called his platoon sergeant, Cantrell, on his radio. Cantrell, who was not with Meno, immediately responded yelling into the mike ...at <http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107644.html>, accessed 12 June 2006. 3. Mike Tucker, Among Warriors in Iraq: True Grit, Special Ops, and...SGT Kennedy SPC Detman SPC Hubbard SPC Graff SPC Harris SPC Rullo SPC Kinzer SPC Sharples SPC Heesacker SPC Birkel SPC Schrad Regulator 3 SSG Castro SPC

  6. Engineering Evaluation and Analysis for the Improvement of Military Standard Generators. Volume 1.

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    Heights, MI 48077 Schenectady, NY 12301-1058 (32) Peter Diesels, Inc. (44) Snyder Industries, Inc. 4761 Hugh Howell Road 4700 FreemontTucker, GA 30084 Box...Aaisi-icns 7 ;s:ems Marazeen: :e 1 an 30 k. o -. -e e aco se i o’*.: -- c-.weerA Ica i 1 -re 7h3. ~e .1arv e:mres zec an :nrterast to r-asoive -.e

  7. Journal of Mormon History Vol. 13, 1986

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    1986-01-01

    --Mormon Women, Other Women: Paradoxes and Challenges Anne Firor Scott, 3 --Strangers in a Strange Land: Heber J. Grant and the Opening of the Japanese Mission Ronald W. Walker, 21 --Lamanism, Lymanism, and Cornfields Richard E. Bennett, 45 --Mormon Missionary Wives in Nineteenth Century Polynesia Carol Cornwall Madsen, 61 --The Federal Bench and Priesthood Authority: The Rise and Fall of John Fitch Kinney's Early Relationship with the Mormons Michael W. Homer...

  8. The Attachment-Satisfaction Relationship On Facebook: Emotional Intelligence And Conflict

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    Caldwell, Jarred Michael

    2013-01-01

    Caldwell, J. M., Ph.D. Purdue University, February 2013. The Attachment-Satisfaction Relationship on Facebook: Emotional Intelligence and Conflict. Major Professor: M. Carole Pistole, Ph.D. Because of the unique interpersonal nature of social networking sites, as well as the vast number of people using them, this study examines how attachment differences and other factors, including social networking site romantic conflict behavior and emotional intelligence, link to romantic relationship ...

  9. Labor and energy impacts of energy-conservation measures

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    1980-01-01

    Three papers are presented discussing the labor and energy impacts of energy-conservation measures, namely: Generation of the Industry/Occupation Wage Matrix and Related Matters, by Carole Green; Job Shifts from Energy Conservation (Salary Distribution Effects), by Robert A. Herendeen; and Energy and Labor Implication of Improving Thermal Integrity of New Houses, by John Joseph Nangle. A separate abstract was prepared for each paper.

  10. Vildagliptin: the evidence for its place in the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus

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    2008-01-01

    Louise Profit, Paul Chrisp, Carole NadinCore Medical Publishing, Knutsford, UKIntroduction: Type 2 diabetes is increasing in prevalence worldwide and is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality, mainly due to the development of complications. Vildagliptin is an inhibitor of dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP-4), a new class of oral antidiabetic agents.Aims: To evaluate the role of vildagliptin in the management of type 2 diabetes.Evidence review: Clear evidence shows that vildagliptin improves gly...

  11. Barnes Maze Procedure for Spatial Learning and Memory in Mice.

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    Pitts, Matthew W

    2018-03-05

    The Barnes maze is a dry-land based rodent behavioral paradigm for assessing spatial learning and memory that was originally developed by its namesake, Carol Barnes. It represents a well-established alternative to the more popular Morris Water maze and offers the advantage of being free from the potentially confounding influence of swimming behavior. Herein, the Barnes maze experimental setup and corresponding procedures for testing and analysis in mice are described in detail.

  12. Role of parental autonomy support on self-determination in influencing diet and exercise motivation in older adolescents

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    Morrison SA; Dashiff CJ; Vance DE

    2013-01-01

    Shannon A Morrison, Carol J Dashiff, David E Vance School of Nursing, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, USA Abstract: Parental influence to promote autonomy and self-determination in their children as they grow up may also motivate them to exercise and eat healthily. Unfortunately, nutritious dietary consumption and physical activity frequency tend to decline during the adolescent years and reaches its lowest level as the adolescent nears adulthood. In this study of 132 freshman and sop...

  13. Epidemiological and etiological aspects of burning mouth syndrome.

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    Coculescu, E C; Tovaru, S; Coculescu, B I

    2014-09-15

    Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is defined as a chronic pain condition characterized by a burning sensation in clinically healthy oral mucosa. Incidence BMS diagnosed in the Department of Oral Medicine - Oral Pathology Dental Faculty of Medicine, "Carol Davila" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Bucharest is 16,23%. The etiology of BMS remains far less known. This article makes an overview of the latest theories about possible etiopathogenic factors involved in the occurrence of BMS.

  14. Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China (English)

    黄伟嘉; 刘珏

    2017-01-01

    All I need this holiday season is to buy,buy,buy'公平交易,各取所需It’s the holiday season again and that can only mean one thing:rampant consumerism.In urban China,people learn Christmas carols primarily in shopping malls and celebrate the New Year by taking advantage of holiday discounts on Taobao.In keeping with this modern-

  15. Dual Career Families within the Coast Guard Officer Corps.

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    1981-09-01

    April 1979). Holahan, Carole K., and Lucia A. Gilbert, "Interrole Con- flict for Working Women: Careers Versus Jobs,"Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol...John-Parsons, Donald, "Continuous Dual-Career Families, A Case Study," Psychology of Women Quarterly, Vol. 3 (Fall 1978). Suter, Della J., The Two...U.S.C.G. 2 2904 Seminole Rd. Woodbridge, Virginia 22192 9. LT Della Suter 1 Naval Military Personnel Command (NMPC-6) Arlington Annex Washington, D

  16. Journal of Mormon History Vol. 35, No. 3, 2009

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    2009-01-01

    LETTERS --Passing of Two Exemplars Joseph Johnstun, vi --In Praise of Will Bagley Sherman L. Fleek, vii ARTICLES --Conversion amid Conflict: Mormon Proselytizing in Russian Finland, 1861–1914 Zachary R. Jones, 1 --The Forms and the Power: The Development of Mormon Ritual Healing to 1847 Jonathan A. Stapley and Kristine Wright, 42 --Preserving the Record and Memory of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo, 1842–92 Jill Mulvay Derr and Carol Cornwall Madsen, 88 --The Reed Smo...

  17. Maurice Hamington and Maureen Sander-Staudt (eds. Applying Care Ethics to Business (Dordrecht: Springer, 2011

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    Guðmundur Heiðar Frímannsson

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Care ethics is a relatively recent development in ethics, originating in Carol Gilligan´s book In a Different Voice, published in 1982 and pointing out flaws in Kohlberg´s theory of moral development, specifically in choosing only boys for the experiments, in using moral dilemmas to measure moral development, and in his idea that morality only consisted in universal rules.

  18. Air Force Health Study. An Epidemiologic Investigation of Health Effects in Air Force Personnel Following Exposure to Herbicides. Introduction, Background and Conclusions (Chapters 1-5, 18, 19)

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    1991-03-01

    Benvenuto, SAIC Lewis Pfister, SAIC Dung B. Phan, SAIC Vanessa K. Rocconi, SAIC Data processing and management support: Mary E. Carpentier, SAIC Carol A...Gregorio Faragoza, USAF Calvin E. Holloman, USAF Maricela Luna, USAF Earl A. Metts, USAF SSgt. Tracey H. Wilkinson, USAF3 Edward E. Zimmerman, USAF I I I I...Harris, NORC Cynthia Peters, NORC Jacques Van der Ven, NORC Belinda Willis, NORC I Logistical arrangements: Joyce A. Douglass, SAIC Jacqueline P. Kirk

  19. The Falls City Engineers: A History of the Louisville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1984-2004

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    2008-01-01

    been undertaken nor completed. Contract administrators Jon Fleshman and Vanessa Whitworth together with Carol Labashosky and Todd Hornback of the...Frick, Doug Shelton, Lee Anne Devine, Robert Willis, Eugene Dowell, Charles Decker, Robert Van Hoff, Steve Rager, and Ron Waller, plus the crews at...and able.28 Edward Hoagland, the resource manager, handled the transition. He arranged the transfer of personnel and projects from the Mobile

  20. DEFTEST. Defence Technological and Scientific Thesaurus. Volume 1. A - L.

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    1988-05-01

    bodes XTCac j cassFT Asrr~asLn le~rlglod inswuneres Cvntido C~ lstm bodies kimomrod doicir 161aeganera .ngneerlng Calels meduc Ms1pOOW side Sulall quely...Dilomsdit compaunde Sol Wetit. NT Clow"n agent IhiceSua" day predict cleause VmeeAmkdsW wm Pwdkq canpadlI" XT Arma (mw" so"p RNA -bn Cea - NT Caroled w

  1. Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince” : The Hidden Messages and the Debate on the Target Audience

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    Bseiso, Layla

    2007-01-01

    Oscar Wilde’s fairytales have been read to children for more than a century. Nevertheless, since the time of their publication in 1888 and 1891, the target audience of The Happy Prince and Other Tales and A House of Pomegranates have been the concern of critics. Delving into the context behind the rich and colourful imagery, one can find implications of homosexuality, the Paterian aesthetic and religious connotations. According to Carol Tattersall, The Happy Prince and Other Tales successfull...

  2. The complete guide to using Google in libraries instruction, administration, and staff productivity

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    Smallwood, Carol

    2015-01-01

    Carol Smallwood's The Complete Guide to Using Google in Libraries, Volume 1: Instruction, Administration, and Staff Productivity explores how Google's suite of tools, from Google Docs (now Google Drive), Google Scholar, Hangout, Forms, and others made freely available to the Internet Community, can be used by libraries to expand the role of digital operations in the management of library materials, to communicate with their patrons and collaborators, to exploit the resources on the Web, and many others.

  3. Use of Unicellular Algae for Evaluation of Potential Aquatic Contaminants

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    1981-05-01

    well as long term effects on specific water bodies such as lakes and groundwater basins. Both the hydrazine propellants and the alternative jet fuels... freshwater bioassays was S. capricornutum. Initial investigations of marine waters used Dunaliella tertiolecta as the test organism but the differences in...AFAMRL-TR-80-85 USE OF UNICELLUAR ALGAE FOR EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL AQUATIC CONTAMINANTS JAN SCHERFIG PETER S. DIXON CAROL A. JUSTICE ALBERTO ACEVEDO

  4. Hyperfine field at 111Cd nuclei in Heusler alloys

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    Styczen, B.; Walus, W.; Szytula, A.

    1978-01-01

    The magnitudes and signs of the hyperfine fields in the ordered ferromagnetic Heusler Alloys X 2 MnZ and XMnZ (where X is Cu, Ni, Pd while Z is In, Sn and Sb) have been investigated at liquid nitrogen and room temperatures using TDPAC method. Their signs have been found to be negative. The results have been compared with the predictions of Caroll-Blandin and Cambell-Blandin models and RKKY theory. (Auth)

  5. Cognitive Rehabilitation for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

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    2009-06-08

    Cate Miller, Dr. Maria Mouratidis, Dr. George Prigatano, Dr. Carole Roth, LTC Michael Russell, LT Rick Schobitz, Dr. Joel Scholten, CAPT Edward Simmer...New York: The Guilford Press. Gordon W.A, Zafonte R., Cicerone, K., Cantor , J., Brown, M., Lombard, L., Goldsmith, R, & Chandna, T. (2006...Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: State of the science. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 85, 343–82. Gordon, W.A., Cantor

  6. The National Environmental Policy Act in DoD: Defending Our Environment’s Future

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    with effective community relations programs seem to have a heightened awareness of environmental respensibility. These incentives notwithstanding, the...consideration were to become routine, communities and environmental groups would lose their incentive to sue the Services under NEPA. The costs of...HEUTAGE PROGRAM Wildlife Resources Center 51 8/439-7488 COORD/ZOOL: KathrM Schneidef x257 ECOLOGIST: Carol PReschke x258 BOTANIST: Peter Zika x259 INFO

  7. The Sixteenth Nation: Spain’s Role in NATO,

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    Clerks Pat Williams (Lead Clerk) Dorothy M. Mack Laura W. Hall Carol A. Valentine Editorial Board Advisers Rear Admiral S. A. Swarztrauber, USN, Inter...industrial defense potential is in J. Sanchez Mendez , "Spain and its Defense Organization, Part 2: The Defense Industry," International Defense Review 13...discussion of Spanish military capabilities, see J. Sanchez Mendez , "Spain and its Defense Organization, Part 1: The Armed Forces," International Defense

  8. Do Frogs Get Their Kicks on Route 66? Continental U.S. Transect Reveals Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Infection

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    2011-07-21

    Army Ammunitions Plant), Carol Finley (Kirtland Air Force Base), Jeff Howard (Camp Gruber), Kenton Lohraff (Fort Leonard Wood), John Pilcicki (Fort...Available: http://www.parcplace.org/Bd_con- ference.html. Accessed 2010 Nov 7. 31. Murray KA, Retallick R, McDonald K, Mendez D, Aplin K, et al...chytridiomycosis. J Zool 271: 352–359. 34. Skerratt LF, McDonald KR, Hines HB, Berger L, Mendez , D, et al. (2010) Validation of the mapping protocol

  9. Digital Logic and Reconfigurable Interconnects Using Aluminum Gallium Arsenide Electro-Optic Fredkin Gates

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    1994-06-01

    electron microscope (SEM) ispection; Carol Isbil for metallizatlon; Wayland Williams for test circuit design and fabrication; and Samuel Adams and...Patterson Air Force Base, OH, Private Conversations, (1990-1994). 156. M. Heiblum, E. E. Mendez and L. Osterling, "Growth by Molecular Beam Epitaxy...and Characterization of High Purity GaAs and AIGaAs," Journal of ADDlied Physics, Vol. 54, 6982, (1983). 157. M. Heiblum, E. E. Mendez and L. Osterling

  10. Preventing Genocide: How the Early Use of Force Might Have Succeeded in Rwanda.

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    1998-04-01

    at 50: A Time for Reform," and Ruben P. Mendez , "Paying for Peace and Development," Foreign Policy 100 (Fall 1995), pp. 3-18 and 19-31, respectively...1996. Mendez , Ruben P. "Paying for Peace and Development." Foreign Policy 100 (Fall 1995), pp. 19-32.- Metz, Steven. "Disaster and Intervention in Sub...Hauts de Seine, Senat Carol Bellamy Executive Director UNICEF Harold Brown Counselor Center for Strategic and International Studies McGeorge Bundy

  11. Translations on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Number 274

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    of heroin worth $250,000 at Sydney Airport on Saturday. Bernice Carol Devereaux, 23, and John Peter Griffin, 27, both of Tweed Heads, were charged...FRONTERIZO in Spanish 10 Oct 76 p 10-B [Text] The Federal Judicial Police, working under Commander Margarito Mendez Rico, has successfully... Mendez Rico reported that the ringleader of the marihuana traffickers had confessed that in the town of Parral, Chihuahua, he had "secured" another

  12. A Study of Patient Satisfaction in the Pediatrics Clinic at Water Reed Army Medical Center

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    1992-08-01

    Coordinated Care Program set forth by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, Dr. Mendez , (January, 1992): "The Coordinated Care Program...William Walker, MC, Chief, Pediatric Clinic; CPT Kurt Allebach, MS, Administrator, Department of Pediatrics; Ms Carol Tross, Nursing Supervisor...of Defense moves to Coordinated Care with mandatory enrollment ( Mendez , 1992). The impact on this research may be an overestimation of the true level

  13. The Role of BRCA1 Domains and Motifs in Tumor Suppression

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    2011-08-01

    George C. Prendergast Thomas Jefferson University Carol Prives Columbia University Martin Raff University College London E. Premkumar Reddy Temple...71] Taron, M.; Rosell, R.; Felip, E.; Mendez , P.; Souglakos, J.; Ronco, M.S.; Queralt, C.; Majo, J.; Sanchez, J.M.; Sanchez, J.J.; Maestre, J...Skrzypski, M.; Jassem, E.; Taron, M.; Bartolucci, R.; Sanchez, J.J.; Mendez , P.; Chaib, I.; Perez-Roca, L.; Szymanowska, A.; Rzyman, W.; Puma, F

  14. Influences on Tobacco Control Funding Decisions: Explaining State Variation in Appropriations

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    2003-01-01

    18 and older) in all states was 23.3%, far short of the national goal of reducing adult smoking prevalence to 15% (CDC, 2002; Mendez & Warner, 2000...Multiple levels, multiple agendas. Quorum Books: Westport CT, 1995. Mendez D, Warner K. Smoking prevalence in 2010: Why the healthy people goal is...1998. Siegel M, Carol J, Jordan J, Hobart R, Schoenmarklin S, DuMelle F, Fisher P. Preemption in tobacco control: Review of an emerging public health

  15. Growth in Medical Spending by the Department of Defense

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    2003-09-01

    recommendations. Allison Percy of CBO’s National Security Division wrote the study under the general supervi- sion of Deborah Clay- Mendez and J. Michael Gilmore...Waldo, and McKusick 1990-2000 5.5 3.3 65.4 Burner and Waldo 1990-2000 4.0 3.3 19.5 Sources: Mark S. Freeland and Carol Ellen Schendler, “National Health

  16. JPRS Report East Asia Southeast Asia

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    87) 15 Former Muslim Officer Discusses Moro Problem (Sylvia Mendez Venture; VERITAS, 30 Apr-6 May 87) 17 PnB Campaign Alleges Loss Due to...Sector Telecommunications Efforts Urged ( Carol I. Guevarra; BUSINESS DAY, 18 May 87) 31 THAILAND Cartoon Lampoons Subservience to U.S., Prem’s...PHILIPPINES FORMER MUSLIM OFFICER DISCUSSES MORO PROBLEM Quezon City VERITAS in English 30 Apr-6 May 87 pp 18, 19 [Article by Sylvia Mendez Venture in the

  17. Development and Field Test of the Trial Battery for Project A

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    report. Carol Wyman has been brilliant and tireless in her efforts to produce innumerable, readable documents from the nearly indecipherable handwriting ...amount of emotional stability and stress tolerance that one possesses. The well-adjusted person is generally calm, displays an even mood , and is not overly...Center) This data file is pro- duced by The National Isixtitute of Education and covers the following subject areas: adult , career, ind vocational

  18. How Effective Was Civil Affairs in Bosnia?

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    2013-12-13

    mine awareness messages to be printed in comic books and on soccer balls. CA supported this effort by distributing these products via their local...General Staff College, were the most important resources for researching this paper. Many hours were devoted to searching through the stacks of books ...John Fine’s Bosnian Hercegovina: A tradition betrayed, and Carole Roge’s The Breakup of Yugoslavia and the War in Bosnia. Each one of these books

  19. Reproductive Liberty and Overpopulation: A Response

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    Stanley Warner

    2004-01-01

    This appraisal of Carol A. Kates' 'Reproductive Liberty and Overpopulation' challenges her call for world-wide population control measures - using compulsory methods if necessary - to save the world's environment. The most successful part of Kates' paper is her argument that reproductive rights are not indefeasible and nonnegotiable, but that like many rights, they are conditional and open to a balancing of individual freedom against collective community interests. But her advocacy of mandato...

  20. 2016 Electrochemistry Gordon Research Conference and Gordon Research Seminar

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    Russell (University of Southampton, United Kingdom ) "New Adventures in Spectroscopic Studies of Electrode Surfaces" 9:15 pm - 9:30 pm Discussion Monday...Determination of Molecular Co-Catalysts for Energetically Efficient Electrochemical Processes" 12:10 pm - 12:30 pm Discussion 12:30 pm Lunch 1:30 pm - 4:00...discussion and mentoring. Organizers: Carol Korzeniewski (Texas Tech University, USA) and Andrea Russell (University of Southampton, United Kingdom

  1. Millennials at Work: The Advice of Great Leaders

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    2015-04-01

    Millennials at Work The Advice of Great Leaders Carol Axten Axten has more than 30 years of experience in Defense Department engineering, program...management, and policy development. She has graduate degrees in business , engineering, international relations, and national security resource strategy...million members of the millennial generation will enter the workforce and by 2030 will make up 75 percent of all working professionals. As managers in the

  2. Gender a morálka (Gender and Morality

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    Petra Lajčiaková

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available This study focuses on the importance of gender dimensions for moral development. The paper brings some discussions about two distinct moral orientations (of justice and care and two types of moral reasoning elaborated by Carol Gilligan. The study introduces the main features of Gilligan’s conception as the critical response to the conception of Lawrence Kohlberg. It also points out the limits of Gilligan's theory of moral orientations.

  3. A Gender Study or Shift Of Balance in David Mamet’s Oleanna

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    Kalay, Faruk

    2018-01-01

    One of the distinctive persons inAmerican literature and cinema, David Mamet writes a great number of plays andscripts and many of which are produced or directed by Mamet himself. Consistingof three acts and having minimalist characterization, Oleanna concerns aboutJohn, a faculty member in a university, and his female student Carol. Mamet primarilyquestions about capitalism, American education system and also tends to thesubjects of sexual harassment. Even though Mamet arguing about the rela...

  4. Development of Flame Resistant Combat Uniform Fabrics Made from Long Staple Wool and Aramid Blend Yarn

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    2013-04-15

    Kentwool recombed the wool top ( wool is first combed during the production of wool top); a second combing process is an optional step sometimes used in...RESISTANT COMBAT UNIFORM FABRICS MADE FROM LONG STAPLE WOOL AND ARAMID BLEND YARN by Parvez Mehta* Mitchell Driggers* and Carole...SUBTITLE DEVELOPMENT OF FLAME RESISTANT COMBAT UNIFORM FABRICS MADE FROM LONG STAPLE WOOL AND ARAMID BLEND YARN 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER W911QY-11

  5. Former astronaut Armstrong witnesses STS-83 launch

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    1997-01-01

    Apollo l1 Commander Neil A. Armstrong and his wife, Carol, were among the many special NASA STS-83 launch guests who witnessed the liftoff of the Space Shuttle Columbia April 4 at the Banana Creek VIP Viewing Site at KSC. Columbia took off from Launch Pad 39A at 2:20:32 p.m. EST to begin the 16-day Microgravity Science Laboratory-1 (MSL-1) mission.

  6. Apollo 11 Cmdr Neil Armstrong watches STS-83 launch

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    1997-01-01

    Apollo 11 Commander Neil A. Armstrong and his wife, Carol, were among the many special NASA STS-83 launch guests who witnessed the liftoff of the Space Shuttle Columbia April 4 at the Banana Creek VIP Viewing Site at KSC. Columbia took off from Launch Pad 39A at 2:20:32 p.m. EST to begin the 16-day Microgravity Science Laboratory-1 (MSL-1) mission.

  7. La comunicación no verbal puede ser un activo para quien necesite ejercer un liderazgo

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    Maria João Soares Ribeiro

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available El libro "El lenguaje corporal de los líderes" (en la versión original “The silent language of leaders: how body language can help – or hurt – how you lead” de Carol Kinsey Goman es muy recomendable para todos aquellos que quieren entender cómo la comunicación no verbal puede mejorar el liderazgo.

  8. Sustaining the U.S. Position in the International Community: The China Challenge

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    2012-04-27

    growing U.S. trade deficit with China, the effects of Chinese currency policies, and human rights concerns.41 One American economist asserts that trade...June 2010, China held $127 billion in U.S. equities and $360 billion in U.S. asset backed agency securities, such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac .54...April 22, 2012. 44 Morrison, p. 11. 45 Morrison, p. 11. 46 Carol Liao, Hubers Hsu, Youchi Kuo, Jeff Walters, Veronique Yang, Big Prizes in Small

  9. Sélection indirecte en évolution Darwinienne : Mécanismes et implications

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    Parsons , David

    2011-01-01

    The Aevol model is an in silico experimental evolution model that was specifically developped by Carole Knibbe to study the evolution of the structure of the genome. Using Aevol, a very strong second-order selective pressure towards a specific level of mutational variability of the phenotype was revealed: it was shown that since the survival of a lineage on the long term is conditionned to its ability to produce beneficial mutations while not loosing those previously found, a specific trade-o...

  10. Indirect selection in Darwinian evolution : mechanisms and implications

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    Parsons, David

    2011-01-01

    The Aevol model is an in silico experimental evolution model that was specifically developped by Carole Knibbe to study the evolution of the structure of the genome. Using Aevol, a very strong second-order selective pressure towards a specific level of mutational variability of the phenotype was revealed: it was shown that since the survival of a lineage on the long term is conditionned to its ability to produce beneficial mutations while not loosing those previously found, a specific trade-o...

  11. Program Development and Evaluation - Nutrition / Health

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    2004-01-01

    Martha Archuleta: Kitchen Creations - A Cooking School for People with Diabetes. Darlene Christensen: University of Wyoming Food & Nutrition Extension Website. Judith L. Corbus: Hawaii Five-A-Day A Taste of the Tropics with Fruits and Vegetables. Luanne J. Hughes: Reaching Key Audiences with Food Safety Messages. Darlene Liesch: Pregnancy Prevention for Latino Teens. Karen Richey: Food Irradiation - Insuring your Food’s Safety. Carole Rison: Farmers Markets – Impacting Health through Economic...

  12. Miselna naravnanost o osebnosti kot dejavnik spoprijemanja s konflikti v partnerskih odnosih

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    Piberčnik, Nina

    2017-01-01

    Po teoriji Carol Dweck je miselna naravnanost o osebnosti povezana s posameznikovimi odzivi na konflikt v partnerskem odnosu, pri čemer naj bi se miselno naravnani k rasti s konfliktom spoprijemali z ugodnejšimi slogi kot fiksno miselno naravnani. Namen raziskave je bil z nekaterimi spremembami v metodologiji replicirati študijo Kammrath in Dweck (2006) ter preveriti, ali se miselna naravnanost o osebnosti povezuje s slogi spoprijemanja s konflikti in ali je njihov napovednik. V raziskavi...

  13. DO SELF-THEORIES EXPLAIN OVERCONFIDENCE AND FINANCIAL RISK TAKING? A field experiment.

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    Bertrand Koebel; André Schmitt; Sandrine Spaeter

    2015-01-01

    How people develop beliefs about themselves (self-theories) plays an important role on motivation and achievement as shown by Carol Dweck’s life-long research. In this paper, we conduct a field experiment to investigate whether self-theories impact overconfidence and risk taking. Self-theories deal with how an individual perceives some of her attributes such as intelligence, personality or moral character. In this paper, we are interested by how people perceive their mindset (fixed or growth)...

  14. Oppimiseen liittyvät ajattelutavat opetuksessa – Tapaustutkimus Helsingin yliopiston Viikin normaalikoulun ensimmäiseltä luokalta

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    Tuominen, Moona

    2017-01-01

    Tämän tutkimuksen viitekehyksenä toimii Carol Dweckin (2000, 2006) teoria ajattelutavoista, kasvun ajattelutavasta ja muuttumattomasta ajattelutavasta. Kasvun ajattelutapa johtaa uskomuksiin ihmisen perusominaisuuksien muovautuvuudesta, kun taas muuttumaton ajattelutapa johtaa ihmisten kykyjen ja älykkyyden näkemiseen annettuna ominaisuutena. Ajattelutavoista on runsaasti tutkimustietoa, mutta suurin osa niistä on määrällisiä tutkimuksia. Tämän tutkimuksen tarkoituksena on selvittää miten opp...

  15. Census Report: Volume VI, 1987 through 1992. Sanitized Version.

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    1994-08-01

    DERUYTER, GARRY J 0661 DESPAIN, ROBERT W 0978* DETAVIS, JOHN A 0975* DEVINE, THOMAS A 0599 DIAZ , JOHN A 0533 DICKENS, JOSEPH L JR 0978* DICKENSHEETS...0975* DERYKE, JOHN C 0837 DIANE, JOHNSON S 0638* DIAZ , JOHN A 0533 DICKENS, JOSEPH L JR 0978* DICKENSHEETS, HARLEY W 0688 DICKERSON, CAROL J 0954...T J 0978* NEWMAN, ALICIA A 0923 NEWMAN, MARK W 0923 NEWTON, JAMES L 0971* SOCIAL DEEP SHALLOW SECURITY ORG DOSE DOSE NAME NUMBER CODE (mrem) (mrem

  16. Workplace Health & Wellbeing: Considering the Tourism Workforce

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    Hemingway, Ann; Hartwell, Heather; Ladkin, Adele

    2014-01-01

    Against a background of increasing tourism employment, this paper explores the health of the tourism workforce. The rationale for this exploration stems from the current international debate regarding work place health and wellbeing (EU 2012). Research shows that promoting health and wellbeing in the workplace is beneficial for employers and employees (Kuhn & Van der Auwera 2013, Black 2008, Department of Work and Pensions 2012). Dame Carol Black in her 2008/11 review of the evidence conclude...

  17. Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Human Technology for Today’s Air Force.

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    1986-04-01

    Part III, pp. 4-5. ’ 26. Ibid, p. 6. 27. Donald W. McCormick, " Neurolinguistic Programming : A Resource Guide and Review of the Research, The 1984...Carol Johnson, " Neurolinguistic Programming --Mystique or Mistake?" Army Organizational Effectiveness Journal, No. 1, 1985, pp. 74-80. 29. Dilts...AD-RI67 836 NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING : HUHAN TECHNOLOGY FOR / TODAY’S AIR FORCEMU AIR COMMAND ANM STAFF COLL NAXHELL AFB AL J B CAULFIELD APR 86

  18. Multiway analysis methods applied to the fluorescence excitation-emission dataset for the simultaneous quantification of valsartan and amlodipine in tablets

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    Dinç, Erdal; Ertekin, Zehra Ceren; Büker, Eda

    2017-09-01

    In this study, excitation-emission matrix datasets, which have strong overlapping bands, were processed by using four different chemometric calibration algorithms consisting of parallel factor analysis, Tucker3, three-way partial least squares and unfolded partial least squares for the simultaneous quantitative estimation of valsartan and amlodipine besylate in tablets. In analyses, preliminary separation step was not used before the application of parallel factor analysis Tucker3, three-way partial least squares and unfolded partial least squares approaches for the analysis of the related drug substances in samples. Three-way excitation-emission matrix data array was obtained by concatenating excitation-emission matrices of the calibration set, validation set, and commercial tablet samples. The excitation-emission matrix data array was used to get parallel factor analysis, Tucker3, three-way partial least squares and unfolded partial least squares calibrations and to predict the amounts of valsartan and amlodipine besylate in samples. For all the methods, calibration and prediction of valsartan and amlodipine besylate were performed in the working concentration ranges of 0.25-4.50 μg/mL. The validity and the performance of all the proposed methods were checked by using the validation parameters. From the analysis results, it was concluded that the described two-way and three-way algorithmic methods were very useful for the simultaneous quantitative resolution and routine analysis of the related drug substances in marketed samples.

  19. Application of multi-way analysis to UV-visible spectroscopy, gas chromatography and electronic nose data for wine ageing evaluation.

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    Prieto, N; Rodriguez-Méndez, M L; Leardi, R; Oliveri, P; Hernando-Esquisabel, D; Iñiguez-Crespo, M; de Saja, J A

    2012-03-16

    In this study, a multi-way method (Tucker3) was applied to evaluate the performance of an electronic nose for following the ageing of red wines. The odour evaluation carried out with the electronic nose was combined with the quantitative analysis of volatile composition performed by GC-MS, and colour characterisation by UV-visible spectroscopy. Thanks to Tucker3, it was possible to understand connections among data obtained from these three different systems and to estimate the effect of different sources of variability on wine evaluation. In particular, the application of Tucker3 supplied a global visualisation of data structure, which was very informative to understand relationships between sensors responses and chemical composition of wines. The results obtained indicate that the analytical methods employed are useful tools to follow the wine ageing process, to differentiate wine samples according to ageing type (either in barrel or in stainless steel tanks with the addition of small oak wood pieces) and to the origin (French or American) of the oak wood. Finally, it was possible to designate the volatile compounds which play a major role in such a characterisation. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  20. Tensor decomposition in electronic structure calculations on 3D Cartesian grids

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    Khoromskij, B.N.; Khoromskaia, V.; Chinnamsetty, S.R.; Flad, H.-J.

    2009-01-01

    In this paper, we investigate a novel approach based on the combination of Tucker-type and canonical tensor decomposition techniques for the efficient numerical approximation of functions and operators in electronic structure calculations. In particular, we study applicability of tensor approximations for the numerical solution of Hartree-Fock and Kohn-Sham equations on 3D Cartesian grids. We show that the orthogonal Tucker-type tensor approximation of electron density and Hartree potential of simple molecules leads to low tensor rank representations. This enables an efficient tensor-product convolution scheme for the computation of the Hartree potential using a collocation-type approximation via piecewise constant basis functions on a uniform nxnxn grid. Combined with the Richardson extrapolation, our approach exhibits O(h 3 ) convergence in the grid-size h=O(n -1 ). Moreover, this requires O(3rn+r 3 ) storage, where r denotes the Tucker rank of the electron density with r=O(logn), almost uniformly in n. For example, calculations of the Coulomb matrix and the Hartree-Fock energy for the CH 4 molecule, with a pseudopotential on the C atom, achieved accuracies of the order of 10 -6 hartree with a grid-size n of several hundreds. Since the tensor-product convolution in 3D is performed via 1D convolution transforms, our scheme markedly outperforms the 3D-FFT in both the computing time and storage requirements.

  1. Evidence in support of the call to ban the tackle and harmful contact in school rugby: a response to World Rugby.

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    Pollock, Allyson M; White, Adam John; Kirkwood, Graham

    2017-08-01

    In a paper published in BJSM (June 2016), World Rugby employees Ross Tucker and Martin Raftery and a third coauthor Evert Verhagen took issue with the recent call to ban tackling in school rugby in the UK and Ireland. That call (to ban tackling) was supported by a systematic review published in BJSM Tucker et al claim that: (1) the mechanisms and risk factors for injury along with the incidence and severity of injury in youth rugby union have not been thoroughly identified or understood; (2) rugby players are at no greater risk of injury than other sports people, (3) this is particularly the case for children under 15 years and (4) removing the opportunity to learn the tackle from school pupils might increase rates of injuries. They conclude that a ban 'may be unnecessary and may also lead to unintended consequences such as an increase in the risk of injury later in participation.' Here we aim to rebut the case by Tucker et al We share new research that extends the findings of our original systematic review and meta-analysis. A cautionary approach requires the removal of the tackle from school rugby as the quickest and most effective method of reducing high injury rates in youth rugby, a public health priority. © Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

  2. Quoi de neuf au Jardin d’enfants ?

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    2016-01-01

    Interview de Carole Dargagnon En septembre 2015, une nouvelle Directrice a été recrutée à l’Espace de Vie Enfantine et École de l’Association du personnel du CERN (EVE et École). En effet, après 18 années au poste de Directrice, Brigitte Pillionnel va prendre une retraite bien méritée. Ainsi, c’est Carole Dargagnon qui la remplacera dès la rentrée scolaire 2016-2017. L’Association du personnel est allée à sa rencontre.   1. Bonjour Carole, pouvez-vous nous parler de vous en quelques lignes ? Parisienne d’origine, je suis venue m’installer à Annecy en 2003. Ma carrière professionnelle a toujours été tournée vers le secteur de la petite enfance depuis 1994, date de l’obtention de mon diplôme d'&...

  3. Improving plant availability by predicting reactor trips

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    Frank, M.V.; Epstein, S.A.

    1986-01-01

    Management Ahnalysis Company (MAC) has developed and applied two complementary software packages called RiTSE and RAMSES. Together they provide an mini-computer workstation for maintenance and operations personnel to dramatically reduce inadvertent reactor trips. They are intended to be used by those responsible at the plant for authorizing work during operation (such as a clearance coordinator or shift foreman in U.S. plants). They discover and represent all components, processes, and their interactions that could case a trip. They predict if future activities at the plant would cause a reactor trip, provide a reactor trip warning system and aid in post-trip cause analysis. RAMSES is a general reliability engineering software package that uses concepts of artificial intelligence to provide unique capabilities on personal and mini-computers

  4. Motivation and productivity on large jobs

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    Borcherding, J.D.; Garner, D.F.

    1981-01-01

    A Department of Energy sponsored study employing questionnaires and interviews with over 1,300 craftsmen and foreman from eleven power plant projects and a nuclear processing facility indicated an average 23.14 lost manhours per week. These lost manhours were due to delays resulting from material and tool availability, overcrowded work areas, crew interfacing, inspection delays and instruction time. In addition, the average time spent redoing work was 5.70 hours per week per craftsman. The previous factors reducing productivity plus demotivational concerns, such as disrespectful treatment, little accomplishment, project confusion, lack of recognition, and communication breakdowns, have an adverse effect on morale of the lower level work force. The causes of productivity and motivational problems encountered were developed from a statistical, comparative analysis with different project characteristics. 3 refs

  5. BPA/PGE transmission support project: Final environmental assessment

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    1996-12-01

    This Mitigation Action Plan describes the mitigation measures identified in the BPA/PGE Transmission Support Project Environmental Assessment. These measures commit to actions that will reduce the environmental impacts that could occur by constructing, operating and maintaining the transmission line and related facilities. They have been developed in coordination with environmental specialists, design and construction engineers and maintenance personnel. The measures will be written into the construction specifications for the project, which is expected to be constructed by contract personnel. Unless noted in the plan, the construction inspector or the line foreman would be responsible for carrying out the mitigation; environmental staff would also monitor the area for mitigation effectiveness. The right-of-way would be cleared in 1997 or 1998, and construction would begin in the spring of 1998 and be completed later that fall

  6. Power, command and violence in von Trier’s Manderlay. A political and philosophical analysis of pseudo-democracies.

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    Sara Marino

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Alabama, 1933. A caravan of limousines carrying gangsters arrives in Manderlay, a small village where slavery still exists as an institution. Mam (Lauren Bacall rules the plantation assisted by her foreman Wilhelm (Danny Glover, a slave who believes his people are not ready for the responsibilities of freedom. Driving up to the gates of the plantation, Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard declares that the slaves must be informed how to enjoy freedom and thus becoming good citizens. Drawing on a textual and visual analysis of Manderlay, the article explores how democracy arises from the exercise of violence and power, as well as the inability of Western societies to deal with the dogma of difference.

  7. ANALISIS REWORK PADA PROYEK KONSTRUKSI GEDUNG DI KABUPATEN BADUNG

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    Nana Sutrisna

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Rework is unavoidable from the world of construction, Rework can be a devastating effect on the performance and productivity of both the consultant and the contractor. This study aims to determine the main factors causing rework, efforts to reduce rework. The analysis used the analysis Multivariant factor analysis with the help of Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS for Windows version 17.0. From the results obtained by factor analysis the main factors causing the occurrence of rework are: aspects of the owner (poor communication, poor coordination, poor information flow, aspects of planning consultants (lack of information in the field, lack of communication, the situation in the picture on the ground is not suitable. aspects of construction management consultants (lack of information in the field, lack of communication, lack of control, aspects of mechanical electrical plumbing contractors (Materials misdirected, MEP staff inexperience, lack of knowledge about the character of the material, the amount of overtime, aspects of the contractor (lack of competence foreman, foreman lack of experience, lack of experience, the quality of labor is bad, the error in interpreting the specification, aspects of operator (poor flow of information, lack of communication, lack of coordination, lack of operator experience. Efforts to systematically reduce rework most effective according to the respondent's answer is: Systematic planning, detailing and describing the project at every stage of the steps to be taken to achieve quality objectives, set standards of communication, coordination and construction project sinkronasi work with all parties involved in the implementation of the project, Constructing specification limits and criteria and quality standards to be used in engineering design, procurement and construction materials.

  8. Improving child nutrition at the village level.

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    Stanfield, J P

    1981-01-01

    The decision was made about 12 years ago in the Department of Pediatrics and Child Health of Makerere University to see if childhood malnutrition could be cured and prevented in a rural area of Uganda, surrounding a small 10-bedded maternity center some 20 miles north of Kampala. The staff included 2 midwives and another midwife who had had training in health visiting, and a community development foreman. There were weekly visits from the Church of Uganda Mengo Hospital by a doctor and sister and a similar visit from an agricultural assistant from Makerere University Department of Agriculture. A small shelter was built on the grounds of the maternity center for the purpose of conducting antenatal and children's clinics. From the beginning the intention was to involve the community, and this was done through the local pastor and the community development foreman assisted by the midwife with health-visiting experience. A local club was formed, and members decided to start by improving and cleaning the local sources of water. At the clinic infants and children were weighed and seen every fortnight until they had been immunized, and thereafter at any time their mothers were anxious about them. Any child who showed early signs of faltering in weight or of clinical malnutrition was followed by a midwife health visitor from the large children's clinic. The mothers were taught about mixing the food to give the children adequate calories and protein. The principles which appeared to be significant in the improvement of child nutrition at the village level were the following: identification; involvement of mothers; communication with the people; involvement of influential persons; indoctrination; integration in village life; and staff effectiveness.

  9. Application of multi-way analysis to UV-visible spectroscopy, gas chromatography and electronic nose data for wine ageing evaluation

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    Prieto, N. [Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Valladolid, 47011 Valladolid (Spain); Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales, University of Valladolid, Paseo del Cauce, 59, 47011 Valladolid (Spain); Rodriguez-Mendez, M.L. [Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales, University of Valladolid, Paseo del Cauce, 59, 47011 Valladolid (Spain); Leardi, R. [Department of Pharmaceutical and Food Chemistry and Technology, University of Genoa, Via Brigata Salerno 13, I-16147 8 Genoa (Italy); Oliveri, P., E-mail: oliveri@dictfa.unige.it [Department of Pharmaceutical and Food Chemistry and Technology, University of Genoa, Via Brigata Salerno 13, I-16147 8 Genoa (Italy); Hernando-Esquisabel, D.; Iniguez-Crespo, M. [Gobierno de la Rioja, Consejeria de Agricultura y Alimentacion, Estacion Enologica, Breton de los Herreros 4, 26200 Haro, La Rioja (Spain); Saja, J.A. de [Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Valladolid, 47011 Valladolid (Spain)

    2012-03-16

    Highlights: Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer Wine samples were analytically characterised according to their ageing process. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer Signals from a sensor-based electronic nose were fused with GC-MS and UV-visible data. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer The study involved 6 periodical determinations of 20 variables on 6 different wines. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer Multi-way analysis allowed to efficiently extract the maximum information from data. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer Multi-way methods represent the most suitable tool for processing three-mode data. - Abstract: In this study, a multi-way method (Tucker3) was applied to evaluate the performance of an electronic nose for following the ageing of red wines. The odour evaluation carried out with the electronic nose was combined with the quantitative analysis of volatile composition performed by GC-MS, and colour characterisation by UV-visible spectroscopy. Thanks to Tucker3, it was possible to understand connections among data obtained from these three different systems and to estimate the effect of different sources of variability on wine evaluation. In particular, the application of Tucker3 supplied a global visualisation of data structure, which was very informative to understand relationships between sensors responses and chemical composition of wines. The results obtained indicate that the analytical methods employed are useful tools to follow the wine ageing process, to differentiate wine samples according to ageing type (either in barrel or in stainless steel tanks with the addition of small oak wood pieces) and to the origin (French or American) of the oak wood. Finally, it was possible to designate the volatile compounds which play a major role in such a characterisation.

  10. Investigation of kinetics and thermodynamics of DNA hybridization by means of 2-D fluorescence spectroscopy and soft/hard modeling techniques

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    Ebrahimi, Sara; Kompany-Zareh, Mohsen, E-mail: kmpz@dr.com

    2016-02-04

    Reversible hybridization reaction plays a key role in fundamental biological processes, in many laboratory techniques, and also in DNA based sensing devices. Comprehensive investigation of this process is, therefore, essential for the development of more sophisticated applications. Kinetics and thermodynamics of the hybridization reaction, as a second order process, are systematically investigated with the aid of the soft and hard chemometric methods. Labeling two complementary 21 mer DNA single strands with FAM and Texas red fluorophores, enabled recording of the florescence excitation−emission matrices during the experiments which led to three-way data sets. The presence of fluorescence resonance energy transfer in excitation and emission modes and the closure in concentration mode, made the three-way data arrays rank deficient. To acquire primary chemical information, restricted Tucker3 as a soft method was employed. Herein a model-based method, hard restricted trilinear decomposition, is introduced for in depth analysis of rank deficient three-way data sets. By employing proposed hard method, the nonlinear model parameters as well as the correct profiles could be estimated. In addition, a simple constraint is presented to extract chemically reasonable output profiles regarding the core elements of restricted Tucker3 model. - Highlights: • Hard restricted trilinear decomposition (HrTD) was introduced for model-based analysis of three-way rank deficient data. • DNA hybridization was investigated by two-dimensional fluorescence spectroscopy and soft/hard multi-way techniques. • Restricted Tucker3 analysis enabled accurate estimation of pure FRET profiles in the hybridized form. • HrTD was successfully employed to estimate kinetic and equilibrium parameters of DNA hybridization system. • The performance of the proposed methods in response to different physical stimuli was successfully evaluated.

  11. The "normal" elongation of river basins

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    Castelltort, Sebastien

    2013-04-01

    The spacing between major transverse rivers at the front of Earth's linear mountain belts consistently scales with about half of the mountain half-width [1], despite strong differences in climate and rock uplift rates. Like other empirical measures describing drainage network geometry this result seems to indicate that the form of river basins, among other properties of landscapes, is invariant. Paradoxically, in many current landscape evolution models, the patterns of drainage network organization, as seen for example in drainage density and channel spacing, seem to depend on both climate [2-4] and tectonics [5]. Hovius' observation [1] is one of several unexplained "laws" in geomorphology that still sheds mystery on how water, and rivers in particular, shape the Earth's landscapes. This narrow range of drainage network shapes found in the Earth's orogens is classicaly regarded as an optimal catchment geometry that embodies a "most probable state" in the uplift-erosion system of a linear mountain belt. River basins currently having an aspect away from this geometry are usually considered unstable and expected to re-equilibrate over geological time-scales. Here I show that the Length/Width~2 aspect ratio of drainage basins in linear mountain belts is the natural expectation of sampling a uniform or normal distribution of basin shapes, and bears no information on the geomorphic processes responsible for landscape development. This finding also applies to Hack's [6] law of river basins areas and lengths, a close parent of Hovius' law. [1]Hovius, N. Basin Res. 8, 29-44 (1996) [2]Simpson, G. & Schlunegger, F. J. Geophys. Res. 108, 2300 (2003) [3]Tucker, G. & Bras, R. Water Resour. Res. 34, 2751-2764 (1998) [4]Tucker, G. & Slingerland, R. Water Resour. Res. 33, 2031-2047 (1997) [5]Tucker, G. E. & Whipple, K. X. J. Geophys. Res. 107, 1-1 (2002) [6]Hack, J. US Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 294-B (1957)

  12. Application of multi-way analysis to UV–visible spectroscopy, gas chromatography and electronic nose data for wine ageing evaluation

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    Prieto, N.; Rodriguez-Méndez, M.L.; Leardi, R.; Oliveri, P.; Hernando-Esquisabel, D.; Iñiguez-Crespo, M.; Saja, J.A. de

    2012-01-01

    Highlights: ► Wine samples were analytically characterised according to their ageing process. ► Signals from a sensor-based electronic nose were fused with GC–MS and UV–visible data. ► The study involved 6 periodical determinations of 20 variables on 6 different wines. ► Multi-way analysis allowed to efficiently extract the maximum information from data. ► Multi-way methods represent the most suitable tool for processing three-mode data. - Abstract: In this study, a multi-way method (Tucker3) was applied to evaluate the performance of an electronic nose for following the ageing of red wines. The odour evaluation carried out with the electronic nose was combined with the quantitative analysis of volatile composition performed by GC–MS, and colour characterisation by UV–visible spectroscopy. Thanks to Tucker3, it was possible to understand connections among data obtained from these three different systems and to estimate the effect of different sources of variability on wine evaluation. In particular, the application of Tucker3 supplied a global visualisation of data structure, which was very informative to understand relationships between sensors responses and chemical composition of wines. The results obtained indicate that the analytical methods employed are useful tools to follow the wine ageing process, to differentiate wine samples according to ageing type (either in barrel or in stainless steel tanks with the addition of small oak wood pieces) and to the origin (French or American) of the oak wood. Finally, it was possible to designate the volatile compounds which play a major role in such a characterisation.

  13. Pomona College Dreamers and Achievers Profile

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    Meyers, C. A. [Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)

    2017-09-23

    As an undergraduate at Pomona, Carol Meyers ’00 enjoyed proofs and pure math, but she also had a hankering to solve real-world problems. This eventually led her to discover the field of operations research, in which she earned a PhD from MIT, and from there onto a career at a national laboratory. “National labs are great because they serve a role between academia and industry,” she says, “solving problems too large or too applied for academia, and insufficiently profitdriven for industry.” Her workplace, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, is home to the world’s largest laser, frequent home to the world’s fastest supercomputer, and the namesake to element 116 (Livermorium) on the periodic table. During her 10+ years at the laboratory Carol has worked in the areas of energy grid modernization, nuclear counterterrorism, cyber security, stockpile stewardship, and supercomputing, often as a consultant providing mathematical modeling and optimization expertise. Carol has two young kids and serves as co-chair of the New Moms’ Group at her workplace. “Being in a supportive community of moms has really helped me at work,” she says, “because let’s face it – moms know how to get things done!” “People talk a lot about the importance of networking, but this doesn’t have to mean starting technical discussions with strangers. The ability to bond with and relate to other people is far more important, and many women do this very well. Some of my best work networking connections have come through our employer-affiliated daycare.”

  14. Reference hearing threshold levels for chirp signals delivered by an ER-3A insert earphone

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    Gøtsche-Rasmussen, Kristian; Poulsen, Torben; Elberling, Claus

    2012-01-01

    back from a Tucker Davies Technologies System II, and a Matlab program controlled the test setup. The results are specified in dB peak-to-peak equivalent threshold sound pressure levels (dB peETSPL). Study sample: The test group consisted of 25 otologically-normal young adults (age 18–25 years......Objective: To establish reference hearing threshold levels for chirps and frequency-specific chirps. Design: Hearing thresholds were determined monaurally for broad-band chirps and octave-band chirps using the Etymotic Research, ER-3A insert earphone. The chirps were presented using two repetition...

  15. Structural reliability analysis under evidence theory using the active learning kriging model

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    Yang, Xufeng; Liu, Yongshou; Ma, Panke

    2017-11-01

    Structural reliability analysis under evidence theory is investigated. It is rigorously proved that a surrogate model providing only correct sign prediction of the performance function can meet the accuracy requirement of evidence-theory-based reliability analysis. Accordingly, a method based on the active learning kriging model which only correctly predicts the sign of the performance function is proposed. Interval Monte Carlo simulation and a modified optimization method based on Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions are introduced to make the method more efficient in estimating the bounds of failure probability based on the kriging model. Four examples are investigated to demonstrate the efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method.

  16. A Simply Constrained Optimization Reformulation of KKT Systems Arising from Variational Inequalities

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    Facchinei, F.; Fischer, A.; Kanzow, C.; Peng, J.-M.

    1999-01-01

    The Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) conditions can be regarded as optimality conditions for both variational inequalities and constrained optimization problems. In order to overcome some drawbacks of recently proposed reformulations of KKT systems, we propose casting KKT systems as a minimization problem with nonnegativity constraints on some of the variables. We prove that, under fairly mild assumptions, every stationary point of this constrained minimization problem is a solution of the KKT conditions. Based on this reformulation, a new algorithm for the solution of the KKT conditions is suggested and shown to have some strong global and local convergence properties

  17. Optimality Conditions for Nondifferentiable Multiobjective Semi-Infinite Programming Problems

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    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available We have considered a multiobjective semi-infinite programming problem with a feasible set defined by inequality constraints. First we studied a Fritz-John type necessary condition. Then, we introduced two constraint qualifications and derive the weak and strong Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT in brief types necessary conditions for an efficient solution of the considered problem. Finally an extension of a Caristi-Ferrara-Stefanescu result for the (Φ,ρ-invexity is proved, and some sufficient conditions are presented under this weak assumption. All results are given in terms of Clark subdifferential.

  18. Numerical simulation of experimental data from planar SIS mixers with integrated tuning elements

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    Mears, C.A.; Hu, Qing; Richards, P.L.

    1988-08-01

    We have used the full Tucker theory including the quantum susceptance to fit data from planar lithographed mm-wave mixers with bow tie antennas and integrated RF coupling elements. Essentially perfect fits to pumped IV curves have been obtained. The deduced imbedding admittances agree well with those independently calculated from the geometry of the antenna and matching structures. We find that the quantum susceptance is essential to the fit and thus to predictions of the mixer performance. For junctions with moderately sharp gap structures, the quantum susceptance is especially important in the production of steps with low and/or negative dynamic conductance. 15 refs., 4 figs

  19. Computer science handbook

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    2004-01-01

    Due to the great response to the famous Computer Science Handbook edited by Allen B. Tucker, … in 2004 Chapman & Hall/CRC published a second edition of this comprehensive reference book. Within more than 70 chapters, every one new or significantly revised, one can find any kind of information and references about computer science one can imagine. … All in all, there is absolute nothing about computer science that can not be found in the encyclopedia with its 110 survey articles …-Christoph Meinel, Zentralblatt MATH

  20. "A Is A": Spider-Man, Ayn Rand, and What Man Ought to Be

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    Brühwiler, Claudia Franziska

    2014-01-01

    In 1979, writer Tom DeFalco was paired with artist and cocreator of Spider-Man, Steve Ditko, to work on an issue of Machine Man, one of the many superheroes populating the universe of Marvel Comics. Instead of the usual introduction and business chatter, Ditko challenged DeFalco during a first conversation: "Are you Tom? What gives you the right to write about heroes?" (Tucker 2012). By the time of this exchange, Ditko had not only (co-) created and continued numerous superhero stories, rangi...

  1. Multifunctional Composite Nanofibers for Smart Structures

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    2011-10-13

    such as the Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) and/or shape memory polymer (SMP) and other hybrid systems. We specifically attempt to answer the following...stress induced from SiNP expansion upon alloying with Li ions. The cycling performance of core-shell CNF/SiNP composite is compared with that of non...Ayranci, Frank Ko, Tucker Howie, MinoruTaya, “Shape memory effect of a thermoset polymer and its fiber reinforced composites, submitted to the 18th

  2. Reply to: Analysis of the effects of fractionated irradiation to the rat heart (by E. van Rongen)

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    Guttenberger, R.

    1987-01-01

    The applicability of the linear quadratic (LQ) model in the analysis of the data presented by Lauk et al. (Radiotherapy. Oncol. 8: 363-367, 1987) is investigated with the linear regression method of Tucker, by simulating fractionated irradiation experiments on tissues with α/β values varying from 1 to 20, starting from theoretical iso-effect doses. It turns out that the LQ model is unreliable for small (∼ 1) α/β values using the error probability p=0.05 and that the sensitivity of the linear regression method is dependent on the underlying α/β. 3 refs.; 1 table

  3. Decomposition and classification of electroencephalography data

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    Frølich, Laura

    . To enforce orthonormality of projection matrices, objective functions quantifying class discrimination were optimised on a cross-product of Stiefel (orthonormal matrix) manifolds. Supervised feature extraction outperformed unsupervised methods, but the choice of supervised method mattered less. We suggested......_MARC was also used to inspect effects of artefacts on motor imagery based Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) in two studies, where removing artefactual ICs had little performance impact. Finally, we investigated multi-linear classification on single trials of EEG data, proposing a rigorous optimisation approach...... completions of methods to include both PARAFAC and Tucker structures. The two structures provided similar performances, making the more interpretable PARAFAC models appealing....

  4. Innovation is Everybody's Business How to Make Yourself Indispensable in Today's Hypercompetitive World

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    Tucker, Robert B

    2010-01-01

    Innovation isn't something you do after you get your work done. It's how you do your work. Organizations all over the world are shedding jobs in record numbers. Yet today, they are desperately in need of people with the abilities and skills to think ahead of the curve, delight customers, motivate colleagues, slash costs, and achieve unconventional results. In this practical road map to becoming irreplaceable, global innovation guru and bestselling author Robert B. Tucker reveals why honing your I-Skills (Innovation Skills) may be the smartest career move you'll make. Based on interviews with f

  5. Undergraduate Convexity

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    Lauritzen, Niels

    -Motzkin elimination, the theory is developed by introducing polyhedra, the double description method and the simplex algorithm, closed convex subsets, convex functions of one and several variables ending with a chapter on convex optimization with the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions, duality and an interior point......Based on undergraduate teaching to students in computer science, economics and mathematics at Aarhus University, this is an elementary introduction to convex sets and convex functions with emphasis on concrete computations and examples. Starting from linear inequalities and Fourier...

  6. SXR, A Novel Target for Breast Cancer Therapeutics

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    2007-04-01

    2000) J. BoneMiner. Res. 15, 515–521 7. Booth , S. L., Tucker, K. L., Chen, H., Hannan, M. T., Gagnon, D. R., Cupples, L. A., Wilson, P. W., Ordovas...J. Bone Miner. Res. 17, 1180–1189 31. Deak, F., Piecha, D., Bachrati, C., Paulsson, M., and Kiss , I. (1997) J. Biol. Chem. 272, 9268–9274 32. Piecha...D., Muratoglu, S., Morgelin, M., Hauser, N., Studer, D., Kiss , I., Paulsson, M., and Deak, F. (1999) J. Biol. Chem. 274, 13353–13361 33. Piecha, D

  7. A general numerical analysis of the superconducting quasiparticle mixer

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    Hicks, R. G.; Feldman, M. J.; Kerr, A. R.

    1985-01-01

    For very low noise millimeter-wave receivers, the superconductor-insulator-superconductor (SIS) quasiparticle mixer is now competitive with conventional Schottky mixers. Tucker (1979, 1980) has developed a quantum theory of mixing which has provided a basis for the rapid improvement in SIS mixer performance. The present paper is concerned with a general method of numerical analysis for SIS mixers which allows arbitrary terminating impedances for all the harmonic frequencies. This analysis provides an approach for an examination of the range of validity of the three-frequency results of the quantum mixer theory. The new method has been implemented with the aid of a Fortran computer program.

  8. Relationship between herbaceous biomass and 1km (2) advanced very high resolution radiometer (AVHRR) NDVI in Kruger National Park, South Africa

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    Wessels, Konrad J

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available biomass and 1-km2 Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) NDVI in Kruger National Park, South Africa K. J. WESSELS*{, S. D. PRINCE{, N. ZAMBATIS{, S. MACFADYEN{, P. E. FROST§" and D. VAN ZYL§ {Department of Geography, University of Maryland... production (Prince and Justice 1991, Tucker et al. 1991a,b, Myneni et al. *Corresponding author. Email: wessels@geog.umd.edu International Journal of Remote Sensing Vol. 27, No. 5, 10 March 2006, 951–973 International Journal of Remote Sensing ISSN 0143...

  9. Product-Improvement Test (Phase II), Jetcal Tester, Model H119A.

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    1969-03-05

    Ao—A0 51 113 ARMY AVIATION ‘Cs’ BOARD FORT tUCKER ALA — P*OOUCTeII ROVEMCNT TEST ( FHAS ~ I I ) . JETCAL TESTER, MODEL M119A~~’ETC(U) MAR S9...Phase i i ) , Jetcal Tester , Model H 119A , USATECOM Project No. 4-6-5011-03 b . No fur ther consideration be given to the TEMPCAL heater probe as a...essen t i a l component of the Jetcal Tester. e. The service manual instruct ions for con t inu i ty te s t ing of EG1 thermocouples be revised to

  10. W-Band Technology and Techniques for Analog Millimeter-Wave Photonics

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    2015-08-19

    Chang and C. Liu, “1-100 GHz microwave photonic link technologies for next- generation WiFi and 5G wireless communications,” in IEEE Topical Meeting on...high- speed optical transmission,” Opt. Exp., vol. 14, no. 9, pp. 3767-3775, Apr. 2006. [17] R. S. Tucker, G. Eisenstein, and S. K. Korotky...Sept. 1990. [20] R. Hui, B. Zhu, R. Huang, C. T. Allen, K. R. Demarest, and D. Richards, “Subcarrier multiplexing for high- speed optical transmission

  11. Contra Copyright, Again

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    Wendy McElroy

    2011-01-01

    This revised version of the author’s 1985 article “Contra Copyright” includes a new, introductory section explaining the background of the author’s path to copyright abolitionism. The main article surveys various libertarian debates on this issue, including the anti-intellectual property (IP) views of Benjamin Tucker and the pro-IP views of Lysander Spooner. McElroy argues that the issue of copyright hinges on the question: can ideas be property? Because only scarce goods can be property, and...

  12. American Neutrality in The 20th Century: The Impossible Dream

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    1995-01-01

    Digest oflnternationalLaw 11, 180; Robert W. Tucker, ILS XLX (sic) (1955), 197, 199n, 258-259. See also Hans Kelsen , ILS XLIX (1954), 157 for a summary...the Modem System of International Law," Recueil des Cours 80 (1952), i:482; also quoted at Whiteman, 11, 150; see also Hans Kelsen , ILS XLIX (1954...5, 993-997 and Kelsen , 166n-167n for the President’s address; "From now on, if German or Italian vessels of war enter the waters the protection of

  13. Disain on kõikjal / Kristjan Mändmaa, Kristjan Sisa

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    2007-01-01

    Disainiaasta raames Eestis rändavast näitusest "Disain tuleb külla" ja saatenäitusest. Meie linnaruumis leiduvatest esemetest: ukse käepide "Classic K4", jalgrattahoidja, tuvikujuline tänavatõkis (Simson Seakülast), kanalisatsiooniluuk, prügikast (Aili Vahtrapuu), betoonjalgadega pink (Jaan Koik), kultuurimälestise silt, arhitektuurimälestise silt (Jaanus Miitel), postkast, ostukäru, piktogrammid, 7-SEG numbrid, EXIT-märk, liuguksed, piktogramm 1974 (Roger Cook, Don Shanosky), porivaip, Lithos font (Carol Twombly)

  14. As time goes by we improve a little more: relationship expectations of young women in Mexico.

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    Belknap, Ruth Ann

    2010-10-01

    In this qualitative narrative study I explore expectations regarding male-female relationships and perceptions about intimate partner violence (IPV) with young urban women in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Carol Gilligan's work informed the analysis of the narratives. Themes identified follow: violence at home, resistance, and relational autonomy. The collective story these women tell is that they are familiar with violence in the home, they resist violence and gender inequality, they seek equality in intimate partner relationships, and they plan for futures where the centrality of family is valued in combination with a strong commitment to their own autonomy.

  15. Highlights from the Biennial International Congress on Schizophrenia Research (ICOSR), April 21-25, 2013.

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    Curley, Allison A; Fisher, Helen L

    2013-01-01

    The 2013 International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, held in Orlando Grande Lakes, Florida, attracted over 1,000 attendees to the JW Marriott Hotel from 21-25 April 2013, not to mention the satellite meetings on cognition and the schizophrenia prodrome. With thanks to the Schizophrenia Research Forum (www.schizophreniaforum.org), a project of the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, we bring you the following report on the Congress' sessions concerning DSM-5/ICD-11 and the psychosis continuum. We also want to thank Congress directors Carol Tamminga and Chuck Schulz, as well as meeting staff Dorothy Denton and Cristan Tamminga, for their gracious assistance.

  16. Community pharmacy-based case finding for COPD in urban and rural settings is feasible and effective

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    Fathima, Mariam; Saini, Bandana; Foster, Juliet M; Armour, Carol L

    2017-01-01

    Mariam Fathima,1 Bandana Saini,1,2 Juliet M Foster,1 Carol L Armour1,3 1Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Sydney Medical School, 2Faculty of Pharmacy, The University of Sydney, 3Central Sydney Area Health Service, Sydney, NSW, Australia Background and objective: Case finding of patients at risk of COPD by community pharmacists could identify a substantial number of people with undiagnosed COPD, but little is known about the feasibility and effectiveness of pharmacy-based COPD case fin...

  17. Altruism and mature care: some rival moral considerations in care ethics.

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    Hem, Marit Helene; Halvorsen, Kristin; Nortvedt, Per

    2014-11-01

    We discuss Carol Gilligan's original concept of mature care in the light of the altruistic approach to caring and good clinical judgment. In particular, we highlight how the concept of mature care can capture important challenges in today's nursing. Further, we illuminate how mature care might differ normatively from an altruistic approach to caring and the traditional prudential virtues in nursing. We also discuss similarities between mature care and virtue ethics. For nursing and nurses' identity, in today's health care system that is increasingly pressured to 'produce' health, we believe it is important to both developing further theories on mature care and having normative discussions about care. © The Author(s) 2014.

  18. Cine club

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    Wednesday 31 January 2018 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Odd Man Out Directed by Carol Reed UK, 1947, 116 minutes A wounded Irish nationalist leader attempts to evade police following a failed robbery in Belfast. Original version English; French subtitles         Wednesday 7 February 2018 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Le meraviglie (The Wonders) Directed by Alice Rohrwacher Italy / Switzerland / Germany, 2014, 110 minutes A family of beekeepers living in the Tuscan countryside finds their household disrupted by the simultaneous arrival of a silently troubled teenage boy and a reality TV show intent on showcasing the family. Original version Italian / French / German; English subtitles

  19. A new type of chaotic synchronization with application to communication systems

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    Kharel, Rupak; Busawon, Krishna

    2011-01-01

    In this paper, we propose a new methodology to synchronize a class of chaotic systems starting from different initial conditions under some given conditions. The method we propose is not based on the unidirectional synchronization method like the one proposed by Pecora-Caroll. The proposed method is unique in the sense that the chaotic oscillators to be synchronized have no direct connection between them; that is, there is no signal being sent from one to the other. Simulation result is presented to show the synchronization performance.

  20. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, Volume 30, Number 1, 1993

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    1993-01-01

    MS; A. Maynard Engebretson, DSc 26 Intelligibility of frequency-lowered speech produced by a channel vocoder Miles P. Posen, MS; Charlotte M. Reed, PhD...Intelligibility of frequency-lowered speech produced by a channel vocoder Miles P. Posen, MS; Charlotte M. Reed, PhD; Louis D. Braida, PhD Research...Deafness. Ezzell C, Sci News 141(18):296-297, 1992. Luttmann A, Ergonomics 35(7/8):783-805, 1992. Contact: Carol Ezzell , c/o Science News 1719 N St

  1. Gilligan's different voice: a perspective for nursing.

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    Cooper, M C

    1989-01-01

    This article proposes that Carol Gilligan's ethic of care provides for nursing a paradigm for moral deliberation that demonstrates compatibility with nursing's historical and philosophical traditions of relational caring and furnishes empirical support for the value of caring as a moral activity. The appropriateness of Gilligan's theory for nursing is further illustrated by an elucidation of the similarities between Gilligan's theory and nurse theorist Jean Watson's claims that caring constitutes both a necessary and a fundamental component of nursing. It is argued that Gilligan's theory of moral deliberation more faithfully reflects the nursing experience than Kohlberg's contractual, Kantian theory, which currently dominates the nursing literature.

  2. Vesicular stomatitis virus modified with single chain IL-23 exhibits oncolytic activity against tumor cells in vitro and in vivo

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    Reiss, Carol Shoshkes

    2010-01-01

    James M Miller1, Sarah McNulty Bidula1,5, Troels Mygind Jensen1,6, Carol Shoshkes Reiss1,2,3,41Department of Biology, New York University, New York, NY, USA; 2Center for Neural Science, NYU; 3NYU Cancer Institute; 4Departments of Microbiology, NYU School of Medicine and Mt Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA; 5Present address Graduate Program, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA,USA 6Present address: Univercity of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DenmarkAbstract: Viruse...

  3. 7TH International Symposium: Nanostructure: Physics and Technology

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    1999-01-01

    Sacks, D. E. Cullen, E. J. Branciforte, R. D. Caroll and T. C. Eschrich, Appl. Phys. Lett. 52, 18 (1988). [2] A. Wixforth, J. P. Kotthaus and G. Weimann...discussed that favour each class of theoretical models. References [1] T. Fukuzawa, E. E. Mendez and J. M. Hong, Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 3066 (1990). [2] J...A. Kash, M. Zachau, E. E. Mendez , J. M. Hong and T. Fukuzawa, Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 2247 (1991). [3] V. B. Timofeev, A. V. Larionov, A. S. Ioselevich

  4. A Training Program in Breast Cancer Research Using NMR Techniques

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    2006-07-01

    of Mammographic Masses, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 2002, vol. 21, No. 2, (Accepted for publication). 9. Mendez AJ, Tahoces PG, Lado MJ...Medical Physics, 2001, Vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 250-258. [7] Mendez AJ, Tahoces PG, Lado MJ, Souto M., Vidal JJ, Computer-aided diagnosis: Automatic...resistant epidermal carcinoma cells Xing-Jie Liang,a Jun-Jie Yin,b Jien-Wei Zhou,c Paul C. Wang,c Barbara Taylor,a Carol Cardarelli,a Michael Kozar,d Raynard

  5. Financing Terror: Analysis and Simulation to Affect Terrorist Organizations’ Financial Infrastructures

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    2004-09-15

    D.C., Department of the Treasury. September 2002. pg. 13. See also Jenkins, Carol . "US Treasury Targets Al Haramain Branches for Blacklisting." Jane’s...article.asp?parentid=7520 as of 28 June 2004. See also Mendez , Christina and Jaime Laude. "Suspected Al Qaeda Fund Conduit Arrested in Zambo." The Star...to get their cash to the organization.343 Furthermore, an effective ideological campaign by Al Qaeda and other 341 Mendez and Laude. 342 Ressa, p. 69

  6. 78 FR 64971 - Endangered and Threatened Species; Permits Issued

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    ... 5/3/13 5/2/16 TAYLOR, JARED P 91235A 5/3/13 5/2/16 THE CENTER FOR NATURAL LANDS MANAGEMENT 221411 4..., AVIVA J 80553A 3/8/13 3/7/17 WITHAM, CAROL W 799570 3/8/13 3/7/17 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO... BRUNGRABER, CAESARA WENDIN 14231A 2/8/13 8/25/14 DUNN, CINDY MARCELLA 29658A 3/29/13 2/6/15 UNIVERSITY OF...

  7. Planetary Mission Entry Vehicles Quick Reference Guide. Version 3.0

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    Davies, Carol; Arcadi, Marla

    2006-01-01

    This is Version 3.0 of the planetary mission entry vehicle document. Three new missions, Re-entry F, Hayabusa, and ARD have been added to t he previously published edition (Version 2.1). In addition, the Huyge ns mission has been significantly updated and some Apollo data correc ted. Due to the changing nature of planetary vehicles during the desi gn, manufacture and mission phases, and to the variables involved in measurement and computation, please be aware that the data provided h erein cannot be guaranteed. Contact Carol Davies at cdavies@mail.arc. nasa.gov to correct or update the current data, or to suggest other missions.

  8. Equipment and Protocols for Quasi-Static and Dynamic Tests of Very-High-Strength Concrete (VHSC) and High-Strength High-Ductility Concrete (HSHDC)

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    Concrete (VHSC) and High-Strength High-Ductility Concrete (HSHDC) En gi ne er R es ea rc h an d D ev el op m en t Ce nt er Brett A...Very-High-Strength Concrete (VHSC) and High-Strength High-Ductility Concrete (HSHDC) Brett A. Williams, Robert D. Moser, William F. Heard, Carol F...equipment and protocols for tests of both very-high-strength concrete (VHSC) and high- strength high-ductility concrete (HSHDC) to predict blast

  9. [The old man and the I sea U : Essay on faith, fate and evidence - after the manner of Hemingway].

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    Lewandowski, K; Bartlett, R H

    2017-01-01

    Robert Bartlett, emeritus Professor of surgery at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA, transformed classical works of world literature (Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol, Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland) into teaching aids for advanced training in intensive care medicine. He recently turned his hand to the well-known work of Ernest Hemingway: the Nobel Prize winning novel The Old Man and the Sea. Subsequent to Robert Bartlett's essay this article provides background information and comments on the current problems in modern intensive care medicine addressed in his essay.

  10. Empreinte génomique parentale et petits ARN non-codants

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    Seitz , Hervé

    2004-01-01

    Cavaillé Jérôme, Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Toulouse : directeur de thèse Charlier Carole, Professeur associé, Université de Liège : rapporteur Clerc Philippe, Chef de laboratoire, Institut Pasteur, Paris : rapporteur Cribbs David, Professeur, Université Toulouse III : président du jury Forné Thierry, Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Montpellier : examinateur Voinnet Olivier, Chargé de recherche, CNRS, Strasbourg : examinateur; Genomic imprinting results in a differential expression of both alleles...

  11. Lagrangian relaxation technique in power systems operation planning: Multipliers updating problem

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    Ruzic, S. [Electric Power Utility of Serbia, Belgrade (Yugoslavia)

    1995-11-01

    All Lagrangian relaxation based approaches to the power systems operation planning have an important common part: the Lagrangian multipliers correction procedure. It is the subject of this paper. Different approaches presented in the literature are discussed and an original method for the Lagrangian multipliers updating is proposed. The basic idea of this new method is to update Lagrangian multipliers trying to satisfy Khun-Tucker optimality conditions. Instead of the dual function maximization the `distance of optimality function` is defined and minimized. If Khun-Tucker optimality conditions are satisfied the value of this function is in range (-1,0); otherwise the function has a big positive value. This method called `the distance of optimality method` takes into account future changes in planning generations due to the Lagrangian multipliers updating. The influence of changes in a multiplier associated to one system constraint to the satisfaction of some other system requirements is also considered. The numerical efficiency of the proposed method is analyzed and compared with results obtained using the sub-gradient technique. 20 refs, 2 tabs

  12. Simultaneous tensor decomposition and completion using factor priors.

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    Chen, Yi-Lei; Hsu, Chiou-Ting; Liao, Hong-Yuan Mark

    2014-03-01

    The success of research on matrix completion is evident in a variety of real-world applications. Tensor completion, which is a high-order extension of matrix completion, has also generated a great deal of research interest in recent years. Given a tensor with incomplete entries, existing methods use either factorization or completion schemes to recover the missing parts. However, as the number of missing entries increases, factorization schemes may overfit the model because of incorrectly predefined ranks, while completion schemes may fail to interpret the model factors. In this paper, we introduce a novel concept: complete the missing entries and simultaneously capture the underlying model structure. To this end, we propose a method called simultaneous tensor decomposition and completion (STDC) that combines a rank minimization technique with Tucker model decomposition. Moreover, as the model structure is implicitly included in the Tucker model, we use factor priors, which are usually known a priori in real-world tensor objects, to characterize the underlying joint-manifold drawn from the model factors. By exploiting this auxiliary information, our method leverages two classic schemes and accurately estimates the model factors and missing entries. We conducted experiments to empirically verify the convergence of our algorithm on synthetic data and evaluate its effectiveness on various kinds of real-world data. The results demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed method and its potential usage in tensor-based applications. It also outperforms state-of-the-art methods on multilinear model analysis and visual data completion tasks.

  13. Parallel Tensor Compression for Large-Scale Scientific Data.

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    Kolda, Tamara G. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States); Ballard, Grey [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States); Austin, Woody Nathan [Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX (United States)

    2015-10-01

    As parallel computing trends towards the exascale, scientific data produced by high-fidelity simulations are growing increasingly massive. For instance, a simulation on a three-dimensional spatial grid with 512 points per dimension that tracks 64 variables per grid point for 128 time steps yields 8 TB of data. By viewing the data as a dense five way tensor, we can compute a Tucker decomposition to find inherent low-dimensional multilinear structure, achieving compression ratios of up to 10000 on real-world data sets with negligible loss in accuracy. So that we can operate on such massive data, we present the first-ever distributed memory parallel implementation for the Tucker decomposition, whose key computations correspond to parallel linear algebra operations, albeit with nonstandard data layouts. Our approach specifies a data distribution for tensors that avoids any tensor data redistribution, either locally or in parallel. We provide accompanying analysis of the computation and communication costs of the algorithms. To demonstrate the compression and accuracy of the method, we apply our approach to real-world data sets from combustion science simulations. We also provide detailed performance results, including parallel performance in both weak and strong scaling experiments.

  14. A quantitative model of regulator's preference factor (RPF) in electricity-environment coordinated regulation system

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    Ren, Yulong; Fu, Shijun [Economy and Business Administration School of Chongqing University, Chongqing 400030 (China)

    2010-12-15

    This paper explores quantification of regulator's preference factor (RPF) in electricity-environment coordinated regulation system. Based on social welfare economics, we articulately depict RPF's qualitative concept and its economic meaning. Then, applying abstract functions (i.e., abstract social welfare function, abstract utility function, and abstract production function), we deduce the partial-social-welfare elasticity, and build the mathematics model of maximizing social welfare. We nest this elasticity into the model's Kuhn-Tucker conditions, and obtain RPF's definition formula. By solving the Kuhn-Tucker conditions, we get RPF's quantitative formula, which solves the problem of hard to quantify regulator's preference in electricity-environment coordinated regulation system. The result shows that RPF only has relationship to subsystems' production function, and is independent of social welfare function and subsystems' utility function. Finally, we provide an empirical research based on the western region of China from year 1995 to 2004. It reveals that regulator has relative stability preference to mitigating pollutants. And validity test confirms that the empirical result is fit well to the practice. The RPF is truly a more general and valid instrument to measure regulator's preference in its regulated field. (author)

  15. Reproducción de ruiseñor común (Luscinia megarhynchos en Gipuzkoa

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    ARIZAGA, J., MENDIBURU, A., ALDALUR, A., ALONSO, D., ARANGUREN, I... [et al.

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    Full Text Available El Ruiseñor Común (Luscinia megarhynchos es un paseriforme transahariano ampliamente distribuido en el Paleártico Occidental, criando, principalmente, en el SW de Europa, al S de la isoterma de 19 grados en junio, y complementando así la distribución más nórdica y oriental del Ruiseñor Ruso (Luscinia luscinia. (CRAMP, 1988; TUCKER and HEATH, 1994; GRÜLL and FRACASSO, 1997. En Europa está presente la subespecie L. m. megarhynchos, encontrándose el 80% de la población en un total de cinco países: Francia, España, Italia, Bulgaria y Croacia (TUCKER and HEATH, 1994. En España está presente en todo el territorio, excepto en el Cantábrico, Canarias y áreas muy secas de la región mediterránea (INFANTE, 2003. Es típico de medios arbustivos densos, en bosques de galería y sotos, linderos, dehesas y huertas, e incluso parques urbanos (INFANTE, 2003. En Gipuzkoa, NOVAL (1967 lo citó como ave nidificante muy rara, principalmente en el interior, si bien ninguna cita se pudo confirmar. Actualmente, no consta como reproductor (AIERBE et al., 2001.

  16. Team decision problems with classical and quantum signals.

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    Brandenburger, Adam; La Mura, Pierfrancesco

    2016-01-13

    We study team decision problems where communication is not possible, but coordination among team members can be realized via signals in a shared environment. We consider a variety of decision problems that differ in what team members know about one another's actions and knowledge. For each type of decision problem, we investigate how different assumptions on the available signals affect team performance. Specifically, we consider the cases of perfectly correlated, i.i.d., and exchangeable classical signals, as well as the case of quantum signals. We find that, whereas in perfect-recall trees (Kuhn 1950 Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 36, 570-576; Kuhn 1953 In Contributions to the theory of games, vol. II (eds H Kuhn, A Tucker), pp. 193-216) no type of signal improves performance, in imperfect-recall trees quantum signals may bring an improvement. Isbell (Isbell 1957 In Contributions to the theory of games, vol. III (eds M Drescher, A Tucker, P Wolfe), pp. 79-96) proved that, in non-Kuhn trees, classical i.i.d. signals may improve performance. We show that further improvement may be possible by use of classical exchangeable or quantum signals. We include an example of the effect of quantum signals in the context of high-frequency trading. © 2015 The Authors.

  17. Historical satellite data used to map Pan-Amazon forest cover

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    Kalluri, Satya; Desch, Arthur; Curry, Troy; Altstatt, Alice; Devers, Didier; Townshend, John; Tucker, Compton

    Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is well documented and the contributions of Brazilian deforestation to global change have been extensively discussed in both scientific and popular literature [e.g., Skole and Tucker, 1993]. However, deforestation within the non-Brazilian tropics of South America has received much less attention. The Pan-Amazon region covering Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia comprises ˜2 million km2 of tropical forest that is under increasing pressure from logging and development. Wall-to-wall high-resolution forest cover maps are needed to properly document the complex distribution patterns of deforestation in the Pan-Amazon [Tucker and Townshend, 2000]. The Deforestation Mapping Group at the University of Marylands Global Land Cover Facility is using Landsat data to generate tropical forest cover maps in this region (Figure l). The study shows that while rates of forest loss are generally lower than those in Brazil, there are hot spots where deforestation rates run as high as 2,200 km2 yr1.

  18. Exploration of ethical debates through Desai's The Inheritance of Loss, Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go and Smith's On Beauty.

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    Misra, Jahnavi

    2014-09-01

    This essay examines debates over alternative ethical formulations that break from the Kantian model through contemporary fiction--Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss (2006), Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go (2005) and Zadie Smith's On Beauty (2005). The essay returns to the theory, the ethics of care, put forward by Carol Gilligan in In a Different Voice (1982), which has regained significance in the context of questions surrounding care in contemporary ethical thinking. While the three novels are concerned with ideas of care, beauty, justice and the tyranny of the mainstream, this essay examines particular themes in particular texts which suggest that ideas with otherwise subversive potential--like care or beauty or justice--lose their radicalism when they are incorporated within the impersonal, masculinist mainstream. Carol Gilligan's feminine ethics of care, with its respect for the particular, is not only still important as the stimulus to thinking about alternatives to overarching ethical discourses, but it could also re-confer these concepts of care, beauty and justice their revolutionary potential.

  19. Avaliação comparativa do software Pergamum entre usuarios de uma biblioteca publica e de uma biblioteca universitariaComaparative evaluation of Pergamum software between user of a public and an university library

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    Josué Sales Barbosa

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Aborda a avaliação comparativa do software de gerenciamento de bibliotecas de duas instituições públicas sendo uma biblioteca universitária e outra a biblioteca pública do estado de Minas Gerais. Para tal foi realizado um estudo de usuários utilizando questionários em duas distintas etapas da pesquisa. Para a discussão utilizamos os modelos de abordagem de Dervin e Carol Kuhlthau. Palavras-chave: Estudo de usuários. Biblioteca universitária. Biblioteca pública. Avaliação de software. Abstract Approaches a comparative evaluation of library management software of two public library institutions being one university library and one public library from Minas Gerais state. A user study war realized using surveys in two distinct stages. The discussion was grounded in the models of Brenda Dervin and Carol Kuhlthau approaches. Keywords: Study of users. University library. Public library. Evaluation software.

  20. Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in nonintact beefsteaks of different thicknesses cooked by pan broiling, double pan broiling, or roasting by using five types of cooking appliances.

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    Shen, Cangliang; Adler, Jeremy M; Geornaras, Ifigenia; Belk, Keith E; Smith, Gary C; Sofos, John N

    2010-03-01

    This study compared thermal inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in nonintact beefsteaks of different thicknesses by different cooking methods and appliances. Coarsely ground beef was inoculated with rifampin-resistant E. coli O157:H7 (eight-strain composite, 6 to 7 log CFU/g) and then mixed with sodium chloride (0.45%) plus sodium tripolyphosphate (0.23%); the total water added was 10%. The meat was stuffed into bags (10-cm diameter), semifrozen (-20 degrees C, 6 h), and cut into 1.5-, 2.5-, and 4.0-cm-thick steaks. Samples were then individually vacuum packaged, frozen (-20 degrees C, 42 h), and tempered (4 degrees C, 2.5 h) before cooking. Partially thawed (-2 +/- 1 degrees C) steaks were pan broiled (Presto electric skillet and Sanyo grill), double pan broiled (George Foreman grill), or roasted (Oster toaster oven and Magic Chef standard kitchen oven) to a geometric center temperature of 65 degrees C. Extent of pathogen inactivation decreased in order of roasting (2.0 to 4.2 log CFU/g) > pan broiling (1.6 to 2.8 log CFU/g) >/= double pan broiling (1.1 to 2.3 log CFU/g). Cooking of 4.0-cm-thick steaks required a longer time (19.8 to 65.0 min; variation was due to different cooking appliances), and caused greater reductions in counts (2.3 to 4.2 log CFU/g) than it did in thinner samples (1.1 to 2.9 log CFU/g). The time to reach the target temperature increased in order of George Foreman grill (3.9 to 19.8 min) electric skillet (16.3 to 55.0 min) kitchen oven (20.0 to 63.0 min); variation was due to steak thickness. Results indicated that increased steak thickness allowed greater inactivation of E. coli O157:H7, as time to reach the target internal temperature increased. Roasting in a kitchen oven was most effective for pathogen inactivation.

  1. An analysis of the daily precipitation variability in the Himalayan orogen using a statistical parameterisation and its potential in driving landscape evolution models with stochastic climatic forcing

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    Deal, Eric; Braun, Jean

    2015-04-01

    A current challenge in landscape evolution modelling is to integrate realistic precipitation patterns and behaviour into longterm fluvial erosion models. The effect of precipitation on fluvial erosion can be subtle as well as nonlinear, implying that changes in climate (e.g. precipitation magnitude or storminess) may have unexpected outcomes in terms of erosion rates. For example Tucker and Bras (2000) show theoretically that changes in the variability of precipitation (storminess) alone can influence erosion rate across a landscape. To complicate the situation further, topography, ultimately driven by tectonic uplift but shaped by erosion, has a major influence on the distribution and style of precipitation. Therefore, in order to untangle the coupling between climate, erosion and tectonics in an actively uplifting orogen where fluvial erosion is dominant it is important to understand how the 'rain dial' used in a landscape evolution model (LEM) corresponds to real precipitation patterns. One issue with the parameterisation of rainfall for use in an LEM is the difference between the timescales for precipitation (≤ 1 year) and landscape evolution (> 103 years). As a result, precipitation patterns must be upscaled before being integrated into a model. The relevant question then becomes: What is the most appropriate measure of precipitation on a millennial timescale? Previous work (Tucker and Bras, 2000; Lague, 2005) has shown that precipitation can be properly upscaled by taking into account its variable nature, along with its average magnitude. This captures the relative size and frequency of extreme events, ensuring a more accurate characterisation of the integrated effects of precipitation on erosion over long periods of time. In light of this work, we present a statistical parameterisation that accurately models the mean and daily variability of ground based (APHRODITE) and remotely sensed (TRMM) precipitation data in the Himalayan orogen with only a few

  2. Szathmári, a great documentary artist

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    Ionescu, Adrian-Silvan

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Carol Pop de Szathmári was born in Cluj, Transylvania, on 11 January 1812. His talent for painting shone out from an early age. Being a passionate traveller, Szathmári journeyed through Europe and often crossed the Carpathian Mountains to visit Wallachia and its capital, Bucharest, where he eventually settled in 1843. An accomplished landscape and portrait painter, at ease with both watercolours and oil paints, Szathmári obtained commissions from the wealthy Wallachian boyars. Szathmári kept up constant, good relations with the successive ruling princes of Wallachia for whom he painted portraits and various other compositions. By 1848, Szathmári began to experiment with photography. The outbreak of the Russian-Ottoman War in late June 1853 saw the Romanian principalities occupied by the Russian army. In April 1854, Szathmári filled a van with his cameras and glass plates and went to the Danube to document the fighting between the Russian and Turkish armies.The result of Szathmári's bravery and hard work was a photographic album. His album, containing some two hundred images, became famous due to its presentation at the 1855 Paris World's Fair and Szathmári was awarded the Second Class Medal for his work.From that time on, photography, painting and lithography were always closely connected in Szathmári's career. In 1864 he became a member of the Société Française de Photographie in Paris and in 1870 of the one in Vienna. In 1863, he was appointed Court Painter and Photographer, a position he held for the rest of his life. In that capacity, he followed his patron, Prince Carol I, on the battlefield during the Russian-Romanian-Ottoman War of 1877, which was waged south of the Danube. Alongside martial compositions and albums, Szathmári had long been attracted by folk types and produced a large series of pictures of peasants, gypsies, postillions, merchants and artisans. He toured the fairs and the crowded streets of the town in search

  3. Szathmári, un mare artist documentarist

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    Ionescu, Adrian-Silvan

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Carol Pop de Szathmari was born in Cluj, Transylvania, on 11 January 1812. His talent for painting shone out from an early age. Being a passionate traveller, Szathmari journeyed through Europe and often crossed the Carpathian Mountains to visit Wallachia and its capital Bucharest, where he eventually settled in 1843. An accomplished landscape and portrait painter, at ease with both watercolours and oil paints, Szathmari obtained commissions from the wealthy Wallachian boyars. Szathmari kept up constant, good relations with the successive ruling princes of Wallachia for whom he painted portraits and various other compositions. By 1848, Szathmari began to experiment with photography. The outbreak of the Russian-Ottoman War in late June 1853 saw the Romanian principalities occupied by the Russian army. In April 1854, Szathmari filled a van with his cameras and glass plates and went to the border of the Danube to document the fighting between the Russian and Turkish armies. The result of Szathmari's bravery and hard work was a photographic album. His album, containing some two hundred images, became famous due to its presentation at the 1855 Paris World Exhibition and Szathmari was awarded the Second Class Medal for his work. From that time on, photography, painting and lithography were always closely connected in Szathmari's career. In 1864 he became member of the Société Française de Photographie in Paris and in 1870 of the one in Vienna. In 1863, he received the title of Ruling Prince's Court Painter and Photographer which he kept for the rest of his life. The official painter followed his patron, Prince Carol I, on the battlefield during the Russian-Romanian-Ottoman War of 1877, which was waged south of the Danube. Along martial compositions and albums, Szathmari had long been attracted by folk types and produced a large series of pictures with peasants, gypsies, postillions, merchants and artisans. He toured the fairs and the crowded streets

  4. Improving student’s technical drawing in building technology course with shared and digital enrichment material in order to support green technology

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    Wizaka, W.; Nurdiani, N.

    2017-12-01

    Technical drawing is a step that is absolutely necessary to be mastered by the architects in presenting their product in design development phase. The easy readiness and completeness of information in a drawing determine the quality and timeliness of a project. An incomplete engineering drawing is difficult to read by foreman or craftsman, and the risk of misunderstanding of the drawing will cost expensive and have potential risk to create many bad implications in the project. Unfortunately, the knowledge and skill of drawing technique are often not completely mastered by most students. On the other hand, according to the regional development situation in architectural and construction issue, the drawing standards must be fully utilized in international standards in order to facilitate cooperative work involving workers and engineers from these region countries. This research will be described some errors that often made by students and of international drafting symbols that supposed to be well used by students and then insert multi-media resources as digital enrichment material that supposed to be used as an additional material. The goal of this study will be to examine how multi-media is employed to positively impact student learning in a Building Technology course.

  5. Skookum Jim Friendship Centre retrofit training

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    1984-08-01

    The retrofit/renovation of the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon, provided an ideal opportunity to train ten carpenters as specialists in energy conserving construction at the community level throughout the Yukon. Through this project, the trainees have gained special skills through hands-on experience with many energy conserving materials and techniques. As well, the training sessions provided extensive information on applicable thermodynamic principles and building science technology. The crew of two instructors, ten trainees, and the foreman covered all aspects of residential/light commercial construction which apply to retrofit work. Training sessions included information on site-safety, and interpreting the National Building Code, as well as special attention to the air tightness and insulation levels in the building. In observing the operation of the new building during the first heating season, it was noted that the heat provided by the lighting in the building supplied the majority of space heating requirements. Back-up electrical heating was required only at temperatures approaching design temperature for the building. 6 Figs.

  6. TEKNIK ESTIMASI GERAK PENCARIAN PENUH DENGAN AKURASI SETENGAH PIKSEL UNTUK FRAME RATE UP CONVERSION VIDEO

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    ary satya prabhawa

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRAK Saat ini Teknologi video digital banyak digunakan pada aplikasi hiburan, contohnya adalah TV Digital dengan format HD. Dengan frame rate tinggi, pengkodean video akan menghasil laju bit lebih tinggi yaitu sampai 15 – 30 fps. Permasalahannya adalah kapasitas saluran transmisi memiliki kapasitas terbatas. Solusinya adalah menurunkan laju bit dengan menurunkan jumlah frame video ke penerima. Skema ini dikenal dengan Frame Rate Up-Conversion (FRUC video, dimana frame yang di encoder akan direkonstruksi kembali di decoder dengan membangkitkan frame intermediate (FI. FI dibangkitkan dengan teknik Motion Compensation Interpolation (MCI. Terkait dengan metode FRUC, penelitian ini mengajukan skema MCI unidirectional dengan pencarian gerak akurasi setengah piksel. Pada skema ini, sebuah motion vector (MV kandidat akan dicari di frame referensi, proses estimasi gerak dilakukan dengan menambah piksel sisipan diantara piksel eksisting. Sasarannya adalah meningkatkan akurasi MV kandidat. Hasil simulasi menunjukkan bahwa metode yang diajukan lebih baik sampai sebesar masing – masing 3,21 dB dan 3,11 dB pada wilayah pencarian 7 dan 15 piksel dibandingkan dengan metode frame repetition untuk sekuen video foreman dan hall monitor.

  7. ALICE HLT Cluster operation during ALICE Run 2

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    Lehrbach, J.; Krzewicki, M.; Rohr, D.; Engel, H.; Gomez Ramirez, A.; Lindenstruth, V.; Berzano, D.; ALICE Collaboration

    2017-10-01

    ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment) is one of the four major detectors located at the LHC at CERN, focusing on the study of heavy-ion collisions. The ALICE High Level Trigger (HLT) is a compute cluster which reconstructs the events and compresses the data in real-time. The data compression by the HLT is a vital part of data taking especially during the heavy-ion runs in order to be able to store the data which implies that reliability of the whole cluster is an important matter. To guarantee a consistent state among all compute nodes of the HLT cluster we have automatized the operation as much as possible. For automatic deployment of the nodes we use Foreman with locally mirrored repositories and for configuration management of the nodes we use Puppet. Important parameters like temperatures, network traffic, CPU load etc. of the nodes are monitored with Zabbix. During periods without beam the HLT cluster is used for tests and as one of the WLCG Grid sites to compute offline jobs in order to maximize the usage of our cluster. To prevent interference with normal HLT operations we separate the virtual machines running the Grid jobs from the normal HLT operation via virtual networks (VLANs). In this paper we give an overview of the ALICE HLT operation in 2016.

  8. The effect of internal marketing on job satisfaction in health services: a pilot study in public hospitals in Northern Greece

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    2011-01-01

    Background The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of internal marketing on job satisfaction in health services, particularly in public hospitals in Northern Greece. Methods A questionnaire with three sections was used. The first one referred to internal marketing by using Foreman and Money's scale, while the second one contained questions on job satisfaction based on Stamps and Piermonte's work. The last section included demographic questions. Three categories of health care professionals, nurses, doctors and paramedic personnel working in public hospitals have participated. Results Doctors tend to be more satisfied with their job than nurses in the same hospitals. Male personnel also tend to be more satisfied with their job than female. Time-defined work contract personnel have a greater level of job satisfaction than permanent personnel. Marital status, position, and educational level have no statistically significant impact on job satisfaction. A slight decline in job satisfaction occurs as the personnel age. Conclusions Internal marketing has a positive effect on the job satisfaction of hospital staff in Northern Greece. Also, doctors and male personnel seem to have greater levels of job satisfaction. Staff with time-defined work contracts with the hospital are more satisfied than permanent staff, and as the staff age, there is a slight decline in job satisfaction. PMID:21981753

  9. Sistem Informasi Pengukuran Kinerja Pada Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit Dengan Menggunakan Metode Balanced Scorecard

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    Rosmiati Rosmiati

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Palm oil plantations is one of the sub-sectors of agriculture crops in Indonesia, which is the main source of food and economic growth. The Balanced Scorecard (BSC into a model of performance measurement system that can provide a solution within the framework of an integrated performance measurement using financial and non financial aspects. This study aims to develop information systems to measure the performance of oil palm plantations using the Balanced Scorecard method. Measurement of performance using four perspectives, that is: financial, customer, internal business processes and learning and growth. Nine indicators were used, that is: value of employee satisfaction, employee loyalty value, Return on Assets (ROA, solvency, crop maintenance, harvesting TBS, increasing the foreman and administrative competence in the garden, orchard manager guidance to employees and provide a special budget for training. This study resulted in an information system that can determine the weights of indicators and performance assessment scores will then be known to the achievement of performance measurement in oil palm plantations. This study was carried out on the Bina Karya plantation, obtained performance tends to be stable from 2009 to 2013. In 2011 the highest performance values ​​obtained at 68.34% and the lowest was in 2009 at 60.84%.   Keywords: Performance Measurement; Balanced scorecard; Key Performance Indicator; Information System; Palm oil

  10. Bucket Brigades to Increase Productivity in a Luxury Assembly Line

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    Filippo De Carlo

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available One of the most challenging issues in manual assembly lines is to achieve the best balance of workloads. There are many analytic approaches to solve this problem, but they are often neglected, since they are time-consuming and require high level engineering skills. Fashion bags packaging lines must comply with a number of different products with low production volumes, while the organization of the line is often under the mere responsibility of the foreman, who balances workloads in an empirical way. The aim of this work is to evaluate the effectiveness of the arrangement of bucket brigades (BBs for an assembly line of luxury handbags. To do this, it was decided to perform a testing activity in a company producing fashion handbags in order to compare the self-made design with the BBs and with a simple assembly line balancing problem algorithm. The originality of this research lies in the fact that there are no studies in the literature on BBs applied to the packaging of highly variable small batches. The results were excellent, showing the advantages of BBs in terms of flexibility, the reduction of work in the process and the ability to handle small anomalies.

  11. Expectations from the child

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    Erdal Atabek

    2018-05-01

    Full Text Available Transition from agricultural society to industry society, from industrial society to science society has taken place. In all these societies, expectations from children also vary. In the agricultural community, human labor is based on arm power. For this reason, expectation from children is to increase work power. Having more children is the basis for the expectations in this community to see that the boy is valuable because he has increased his work power. In the industrial society, the power of the arm changed its place with the machine power. The knowledgeable person is not a family grown-up but a foreman. Childhood was distinguished during this period. It has been investigated that the child has a separate development.  In the information society, communication and information has never been as fast as it is in this period.  The widespread use of the Internet, and the use of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter are in this period. In this society, families are panicked to prepare a future in their own heads for their children. Because the parents thought of their children, they decided about the child's life instead of the child making these decisions. This has had a negative impact on children's sense of autonomy and their ability to take responsibility. To change this, parents should train their children in auto control and develop children's impulse control skills. The children should be able to understand their emotions and make decisions by reasoning and reasoning.

  12. Successful flow testing of a gas reservoir in 3,500 feet of water

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    Shaughnessy, J.M.; Carpenter, R.S.; Coleman, R.A.; Jackson, C.W.

    1992-01-01

    The test of Viosca Knoll Block 957 Well No. 1 Sidetrack No. 2 was Amoco Production Co.'s deepest test from a floating rig. Viosca Knoll 957 is 115 miles southeast of New Orleans in 3,500 ft of water. The test, at a record water depth for the Gulf of Mexico, also set a world water-depth record for testing a gas reservoir. Safety to crew and the environmental were top priorities during the planning. A team consisting of drilling, completion, reservoir, and facilities engineers and a foreman were assigned to plan and implement the test. Early planning involved field, service company, and engineering groups. Every effort was made to identify potential problems and to design the system to handle them. This paper reports that the goals of the test were to determine reservoir properties and reservoir limits. Several significant challenges were involved in the well test. The reservoir was gas with a potentially significant condensate yield. The ability to dispose of the large volumes of produced fluids safely without polluting was critical to maintaining uninterrupted flow. Potential shut-in surface pressure was 6,500 psi. Seafloor temperature in 3,500 ft of water was 39 degrees F

  13. Yves Bernard (1954-2014)

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    Yves Bernard, who has passed away at the age of 59, worked in the transport and handling service (EN-HE) and had been at CERN since 1 July 1975.   Yves Bernard, CERN Open Day 2008. He initially worked for the various transport companies on site, such as H. Reigner, ISS, DBS and ALTEAD, during which time he quickly climbed the ladder (from driver to team leader to foreman) before becoming a member of the CERN personnel in 2004. He was also a volunteer firefighter at the Grilly-Divonne fire station. He worked on all the large accelerator and experiment worksites, in particular on the installation of DELPHI and the North Area (UA1, UA2, UA5), on the Meyrin site (ISR, ISOLDE, AD, the CTF3 complex, n_TOF, LINAC4) and on consolidation work (PS, East Area, PSB). Always friendly and open, he was well-known by many people all over CERN. If ever you had a transport problem, he was the man to call. His commitment to the Organization meant he always went the extra mile to help out physicists and users....

  14. Work efficiency in the operations of juvenile thinning of mixed stands of pedunculate oak with hornbeam, ash and other hard broadleaves with the Stihl MS 260 chainsaw

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    Danilović Milorad

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents the results of research of efficacy of the lightweight low power chainsaw Stihl MS 260 in the operations of juvenile thinning in preserved even-aged mixed stands of pedunculate oak with hornbeam, ash and other hard hardwoods. The investigations were carried out in the territory of FE “Sremska Mitrovica” in three sample plots of different ages. It is the first research of this kind based on the choice of optimal technological solution for the cleaning cuts of oak stands. Technology of work is based on cutting unwanted species at a certain height in order to favor pedunculate oak as the main species. In sample plot 1 the cutting through of undesirable species was carried out in one place and then third parties carried out their processing and transportation. In sample plots 2 and 3 workers cut the unwanted species in several places and stacked the timber on the ground so as not to interfere with the growth of pedunculate oak which does not tolerate shading. In this study, we applied time and work study. Group system of work was recorded. The group typically consisted of 4 workers and a foreman. Fuel consumption was recorded by the method of tank refuelling. The research results show that operating conditions have a significant impact on the effects of work with a chainsaw, as well as on the consumption of fuel and lubricants. The differences are mainly caused by different structures of cut timber.

  15. DNS load balancing in the CERN cloud

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    Reguero Naredo, Ignacio; Lobato Pardavila, Lorena

    2017-10-01

    Load Balancing is one of the technologies enabling deployment of large-scale applications on cloud resources. A DNS Load Balancer Daemon (LBD) has been developed at CERN as a cost-effective way to balance applications accepting DNS timing dynamics and not requiring persistence. It currently serves over 450 load-balanced aliases with two small VMs acting as master and slave. The aliases are mapped to DNS subdomains. These subdomains are managed with DDNS according to a load metric, which is collected from the alias member nodes with SNMP. During the last years, several improvements were brought to the software, for instance: support for IPv6, parallelization of the status requests, implementing the client in Python to allow for multiple aliases with differentiated states on the same machine or support for application state. The configuration of the Load Balancer is currently managed by a Puppet type. It discovers the alias member nodes and gets the alias definitions from the Ermis REST service. The Aiermis self-service GUI for the management of the LB aliases has been produced and is based on the Ermis service above that implements a form of Load Balancing as a Service (LBaaS). The Ermis REST API has authorisation based in Foreman hostgroups. The CERN DNS LBD is Open Software with Apache 2 license.

  16. Integrating configuration workflows with project management system

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    Nilsen, Dimitri; Weber, Pavel

    2014-01-01

    The complexity of the heterogeneous computing resources, services and recurring infrastructure changes at the GridKa WLCG Tier-1 computing center require a structured approach to configuration management and optimization of interplay between functional components of the whole system. A set of tools deployed at GridKa, including Puppet, Redmine, Foreman, SVN and Icinga, provides the administrative environment giving the possibility to define and develop configuration workflows, reduce the administrative effort and improve sustainable operation of the whole computing center. In this presentation we discuss the developed configuration scenarios implemented at GridKa, which we use for host installation, service deployment, change management procedures, service retirement etc. The integration of Puppet with a project management tool like Redmine provides us with the opportunity to track problem issues, organize tasks and automate these workflows. The interaction between Puppet and Redmine results in automatic updates of the issues related to the executed workflow performed by different system components. The extensive configuration workflows require collaboration and interaction between different departments like network, security, production etc. at GridKa. Redmine plugins developed at GridKa and integrated in its administrative environment provide an effective way of collaboration within the GridKa team. We present the structural overview of the software components, their connections, communication protocols and show a few working examples of the workflows and their automation.

  17. North American Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication and Construction Worker Safety Climate Perception Affected by Job Position

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    Clint Pinion

    2018-04-01

    Full Text Available Understanding and implementing the results of Safety Climate surveys can assist in decreasing occupational injuries and illnesses. The following article presents findings of a cross-sectional study that assessed the relationship between safety climate perceptions and job position among engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPFC employees using a 15-item survey. Descriptive statistics (means and frequencies and an ANACOVA (analysis of covariance were performed on a saturated model. The study had a 62% response rate. Results indicate a statistically significant in mean safety climate scores between job position among EPFC employees when controlling for years in industry and location type (i.e., construction versus fabrication [F (9, 603 = 5.28, p < 0.0001, adjusted R-square = 0.07]. Employee perception of safety climate differed based on the employee’s job position (i.e., laborer, foreman, etc.. Project management reported the highest safety climate scores (0.91, followed by supervisors (0.86, technical support employees and foremen (0.84 and laborers (0.81.

  18. The effect of internal marketing on job satisfaction in health services: a pilot study in public hospitals in Northern Greece.

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    Iliopoulos, Efthymios; Priporas, Constantinos-Vasilios

    2011-10-09

    The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of internal marketing on job satisfaction in health services, particularly in public hospitals in Northern Greece. A questionnaire with three sections was used. The first one referred to internal marketing by using Foreman and Money's scale, while the second one contained questions on job satisfaction based on Stamps and Piermonte's work. The last section included demographic questions. Three categories of health care professionals, nurses, doctors and paramedic personnel working in public hospitals have participated. Doctors tend to be more satisfied with their job than nurses in the same hospitals. Male personnel also tend to be more satisfied with their job than female. Time-defined work contract personnel have a greater level of job satisfaction than permanent personnel. Marital status, position, and educational level have no statistically significant impact on job satisfaction. A slight decline in job satisfaction occurs as the personnel age. Internal marketing has a positive effect on the job satisfaction of hospital staff in Northern Greece. Also, doctors and male personnel seem to have greater levels of job satisfaction. Staff with time-defined work contracts with the hospital are more satisfied than permanent staff, and as the staff age, there is a slight decline in job satisfaction.

  19. Running and testing GRID services with Puppet at GRIF- IRFU

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    Ferry, S.; Schaer, F.; Meyer, JP

    2015-12-01

    GRIF is a distributed Tiers 2 centre, made of 6 different centres in the Paris region, and serving many VOs. The sub-sites are connected with 10 Gbps private network and share tools for central management. One of the sub-sites, GRIF-IRFU held and maintained in the CEA- Saclay centre, moved a year ago, to a configuration management using Puppet. Thanks to the versatility of Puppet/Foreman automation, the GRIF-IRFU site maintains usual grid services, with, among them: a CREAM-CE with a TORQUE+Maui (running a batch with more than 5000 jobs slots), a DPM storage of more than 2 PB, a Nagios monitoring essentially based on check_mk, as well as centralized services for the French NGI, like the accounting, or the argus central suspension system. We report on the actual functionalities of Puppet and present the last tests and evolutions including a monitoring with Graphite, a HT-condor multicore batch accessed with an ARC-CE and a CEPH storage file system.

  20. Changing stress levels through gaining information on stress

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    S.N. Madu

    2002-09-01

    Full Text Available Objective: The aim of this research was to find out the effect of the Information Phase of a Stress Management Program (SMP on the perceptions of participants about their stress levels. Method: A total sample of 100 workers (nursing staff, private business men and women, laboratory assistants, the protective services [foreman and security staff], as well as people in human resources departments took part in this study. All the participants were from the Northern and Gauteng Provinces in South Africa. The Combined Hassles and Uplifts Scale (Folkman & Lazarus, 1989 was used as an instrument to measure the perceived stress level of participants in a SMP. Result: A significant reduction in stress levels was achieved among those who received the Information Phase of the SMP only, as well as those who received the whole stress management techniques. There was no significant difference between the amount of reduction in perceived stress-levels achieved among those that received the Information Phase of the SMP only, compared to that of those who received the whole techniques. Conclusion: The authors conclude that where the resources are limited, only the information phase of a SMP may be given to desiring clients. That should help to save time and money spent on participating in SMPs. This should however not discourage the use of the whole SPM, where affordable. Keywords: Stress Management Programs, Information Phase, Perception, Stress Level.

  1. Risk assessment related to manual handling on choosen work possition in foundry Alstom Power Sp. z o. o.

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    G. Kowal

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available Manual handling remains one of the different types of transport inside working place, although technological progress and modernorganization of work. Manual transport as a transport inside working place is related to foundry industry. According to polish lawregulations employer has to give consideration to manual handling in professional risk assessment and introduce actions for manualhandling reduction. In Foundry Elblag case there is found that in many processes manual handling are made by workers. For example wecan choose melting processes (additives manual feeding, mixing and pulling metallurgical slag, etc. or fettling processes like grinding.Objective of that analysis was to define level of risk related to manual handling in work stand chosen and define activities impacted onrisk assessment result with biggest range. For risk reduction, technical and organizational solutions were shown (better ergonomically work stand, method of work and worker’s awareness about good practices. In this study methods related to manual handling risk assessment were described, focus on KIM method used in Foundry Elblag. Key Item Method allow to estimate the risk by simple calculation based on key indicators (time rating points, rating points of mass, posture or work condition. Points were chosen based on timekeeping, information from workers and foreman.

  2. Undergraduate Convexity

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    Lauritzen, Niels

    Based on undergraduate teaching to students in computer science, economics and mathematics at Aarhus University, this is an elementary introduction to convex sets and convex functions with emphasis on concrete computations and examples. Starting from linear inequalities and Fourier-Motzkin elimin......Based on undergraduate teaching to students in computer science, economics and mathematics at Aarhus University, this is an elementary introduction to convex sets and convex functions with emphasis on concrete computations and examples. Starting from linear inequalities and Fourier......-Motzkin elimination, the theory is developed by introducing polyhedra, the double description method and the simplex algorithm, closed convex subsets, convex functions of one and several variables ending with a chapter on convex optimization with the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions, duality and an interior point...... algorithm....

  3. Molecular neuroeconomics of crime and punishment: implications for neurolaw.

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    Takahashi, Taiki

    2012-01-01

    Criminal behaviors have been associated with risk, time and social preferences in economics (Becker 1968; Davis 1988), criminology (Chamlin & Cochran 1997), and neurolaw (Goodenough & Tucker 2010). This study proposes a molecular neuroeconomic framework for the investigation into crime and punishment. Neuroeconomic parameters (e.g., risk-attitude, probability weighting, time discounting in intertemporal choice, loss aversion, and social discounting) are predicted to be related to criminal behavior. Neurobiological and neuroendocrinological substrates such as serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, cortisol (a stress hormone), sex hormones (e.g., testosterone), and oxytocin in brain regions such as the orbitofrontal cortex, the amygdala, and the cingulate may be related to the neuroeconomic parameters governing criminal behaviors. The present framework may help us develop "neurolaw" based on molecular neuroeconomics of criminal and antisocial decision-making processes.

  4. Emotion Management in Small Hotels: Meeting the Challenges of Flexibility and Informality

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    Anne Benmore

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper shows that in small hotels, hotel owners interpret "hospitality‟ more broadly than mere commercial concerns. Hoteliers engage with three interdependent hospitality domains, commercial, social and private (Lashley, 2000, an approach that enables them to perceive guest interactions as informal; characterised by hoteliers wanting to "know‟ and "relate to‟ their guests. The findings here, drawn from a study of small hotels in the UK, show how owners manage this form of the "host-guest relationship‟ (Tucker, 2003 by employing a range of emotion management strategies. These mirror Bolton‟s 4Ps framework (2009 of pecuniary, professional, presentational and philanthropic emotion management roles. Adopting this fluid approach, rather than relying on emotional labour (Hochschild, 1983, enables the hoteliers to respond flexibly to meet the needs of their different types of guest. The findings in this paper validate Bolton's argument (2005 for using agential flexible emotion management that captures but goes beyond emotional labour.

  5. Optimisasi Portofolio Mean-VaR di bawah CAPM Transformasi Koyck dengan Volatilitas Tak Konstan dan Efek Long Memory

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    Sukono Sukono

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we formulated mean-VaR portfolio optimization through CAPM Koyck transformation. We assumed that lagged of risk premium which have highly influence on stock returns is infinite, while model parameters decrease geometrically. We also assumed that rate of return in risk premium market index is not constant, in other word has a non-constant volatility rate, and also has a long memory effect. The later was analyzed using ARFIMA. Non constant volatility rate was modeled via GARCH model. The portfolio optimization was constructed using Langrangian multiplier and the Kuhn-Tucker theorem was employed to obtain the solution by the least square method. Finally, we provide a numerical example of the optimization model based on several stocks traded in Indonesian capital market.

  6. A Modified Levenberg-Marquardt Method for Nonsmooth Equations with Finitely Many Maximum Functions

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    Shou-qiang Du

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available For solving nonsmooth systems of equations, the Levenberg-Marquardt method and its variants are of particular importance because of their locally fast convergent rates. Finitely many maximum functions systems are very useful in the study of nonlinear complementarity problems, variational inequality problems, Karush-Kuhn-Tucker systems of nonlinear programming problems, and many problems in mechanics and engineering. In this paper, we present a modified Levenberg-Marquardt method for nonsmooth equations with finitely many maximum functions. Under mild assumptions, the present method is shown to be convergent Q-linearly. Some numerical results comparing the proposed method with classical reformulations indicate that the modified Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm works quite well in practice.

  7. A Constrained Algorithm Based NMFα for Image Representation

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    Chenxue Yang

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Nonnegative matrix factorization (NMF is a useful tool in learning a basic representation of image data. However, its performance and applicability in real scenarios are limited because of the lack of image information. In this paper, we propose a constrained matrix decomposition algorithm for image representation which contains parameters associated with the characteristics of image data sets. Particularly, we impose label information as additional hard constraints to the α-divergence-NMF unsupervised learning algorithm. The resulted algorithm is derived by using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT conditions as well as the projected gradient and its monotonic local convergence is proved by using auxiliary functions. In addition, we provide a method to select the parameters to our semisupervised matrix decomposition algorithm in the experiment. Compared with the state-of-the-art approaches, our method with the parameters has the best classification accuracy on three image data sets.

  8. Adventive plants from ovules and nucelli in Citrus.

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    Kochba, J; Spiegel-Roy, P; Safran, H

    1972-09-01

    1- to 8-week-old ovules and nucelli from three Citrus cultivars-Shamouti and Valencia (Citrus sinensis) oranges and Marsh Seedless (C. paradisi) grapefruit-were cultured in vitro. No embryo differentiation was observed in the explants prior to culture. The Shamouti ovules had degenerated and were apparently unfertilized. Embryoids formed on Murashige and Tucker nutrient medium supplemented with 500 mg/l malt extract. Whole plants developed on the same basal medium supplemented with kinetin and indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), coconut milk or gibberellic acid (GA3). A higher kinetin/IAA ratio or the addition of coconut milk favoured stem elongation more than root formation while a lower kinetin/IAA ratio favoured root formation and inhibited stem elongation. The addition of GA3 to the basal medium stimulated rooting and stem elongation. These results can be of aid in mutation research, allowing irradiation at stages prior to embryonic development.

  9. Two-dimensional strain gradient damage modeling: a variational approach

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    Placidi, Luca; Misra, Anil; Barchiesi, Emilio

    2018-06-01

    In this paper, we formulate a linear elastic second gradient isotropic two-dimensional continuum model accounting for irreversible damage. The failure is defined as the condition in which the damage parameter reaches 1, at least in one point of the domain. The quasi-static approximation is done, i.e., the kinetic energy is assumed to be negligible. In order to deal with dissipation, a damage dissipation term is considered in the deformation energy functional. The key goal of this paper is to apply a non-standard variational procedure to exploit the damage irreversibility argument. As a result, we derive not only the equilibrium equations but, notably, also the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Finally, numerical simulations for exemplary problems are discussed as some constitutive parameters are varying, with the inclusion of a mesh-independence evidence. Element-free Galerkin method and moving least square shape functions have been employed.

  10. Targeting human c-Myc promoter duplex DNA with actinomycin D by use of multi-way analysis of quantum-dot-mediated fluorescence resonance energy transfer

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    Gholami, Somayeh; Kompany Zare, Mohsen

    2013-01-01

    Actinomycin D (Act D), an oncogenic c-Myc promoter binder, interferes with the action of RNA polymerase. There is great demand for high-throughput technology able to monitor the activity of DNA-binding drugs. To this end, binding of 7-aminoactinomycin D (7AAD) to the duplex c-Myc promoter...... pairs resulted in efficient energy transfer from drug to QD via fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET). Multi-way analysis of the three-way data array obtained from titration experiments was performed by use of restricted Tucker3 and hard trilinear decomposition (HTD). These techniques enable...... the important advantage over univariate classical methods of enabling us to investigate the source of variance in the fluorescence signal of the DNA-drug complex. It was established that hard trilinear decomposition analysis of FRET-measured data overcomes the problem of rank deficiency, enabling calculation...

  11. Taking off the square root of Nambu-Goto action and obtaining Filippov-Lie algebra gauge theory action

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    Park, Jeong-Hyuck; Sochichiu, Corneliu

    2009-01-01

    We propose a novel prescription to take off the square root of the Nambu-Goto action for a p-brane, which generalizes the Brink-Di Vecchia-Howe-Tucker, also known as the Polyakov method. With an arbitrary decomposition, d+n=p+1, our resulting action is a modified d-dimensional Polyakov action, which is gauged and possesses a Nambu n-bracket squared potential. We first spell out how the (p+1)-dimensional diffeomorphism is realized in the lower dimensional action. Then we discuss a possible gauge fixing of it to a direct product of d-dimensional diffeomorphism and n-dimensional volume preserving diffeomorphism. We show that the latter naturally leads to a novel Filippov-Lie n-algebra based gauge theory action in d dimensions. (orig.)

  12. Strategic Maintenance Scheduling of an Offshore Wind Farm in a Deregulated Power System

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    Peyman Mazidi

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper proposes a model for strategic maintenance scheduling of offshore wind farms (SMSOWF in a deregulated power system. The objective of the model is to plan the maintenance schedules in a way to maximize the profit of the offshore wind farm. In addition, some network constraints, such as transmission lines capacity, and wind farm constraints, such as labor working shift, wave height limit and wake effect, as well as unexpected outages, are included in deterministic and stochastic studies. Moreover, the proposedmodel provides theability to incorporate information from condition monitoring systems. SMSOWF is formulated through a bi-level formulation and then transformed into a single-level through Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions. The model is validated through a test system, and the results demonstrate applicability, advantages and challenges of harnessing the full potential of the model.

  13. Geodesic B-Preinvex Functions and Multiobjective Optimization Problems on Riemannian Manifolds

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    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available We introduce a class of functions called geodesic B-preinvex and geodesic B-invex functions on Riemannian manifolds and generalize the notions to the so-called geodesic quasi/pseudo B-preinvex and geodesic quasi/pseudo B-invex functions. We discuss the links among these functions under appropriate conditions and obtain results concerning extremum points of a nonsmooth geodesic B-preinvex function by using the proximal subdifferential. Moreover, we study a differentiable multiobjective optimization problem involving new classes of generalized geodesic B-invex functions and derive Kuhn-Tucker-type sufficient conditions for a feasible point to be an efficient or properly efficient solution. Finally, a Mond-Weir type duality is formulated and some duality results are given for the pair of primal and dual programming.

  14. A superlinear interior points algorithm for engineering design optimization

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    Herskovits, J.; Asquier, J.

    1990-01-01

    We present a quasi-Newton interior points algorithm for nonlinear constrained optimization. It is based on a general approach consisting of the iterative solution in the primal and dual spaces of the equalities in Karush-Kuhn-Tucker optimality conditions. This is done in such a way to have primal and dual feasibility at each iteration, which ensures satisfaction of those optimality conditions at the limit points. This approach is very strong and efficient, since at each iteration it only requires the solution of two linear systems with the same matrix, instead of quadratic programming subproblems. It is also particularly appropriate for engineering design optimization inasmuch at each iteration a feasible design is obtained. The present algorithm uses a quasi-Newton approximation of the second derivative of the Lagrangian function in order to have superlinear asymptotic convergence. We discuss theoretical aspects of the algorithm and its computer implementation.

  15. Characterization of the damage produced on different materials surfaces

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    Dellavale Clara, Hector Damian

    2004-01-01

    In the present work the characterization techniques of surfaces ULOI and RIMAPS have been applied on laboratory samples made from aluminium, stainless steel and material based on fiberglass.The resultant surfaces of, chemical etching with corrosive agents Keller and Tucker, mechanic damage from the wear and tear of abrasive paper and sandrubbing with alumina particles, are analyzed to different level of damage.The systematic application of the above mentioned techniques is carried out with the objective of finding information, which allows to characterize the superficial damage, both in its incipient state as in the extreme situation revealed by the presence of etch pits. Important results have been obtained, in the characterization of the incipient stage of the chemical etching, using the curves of the normalized area.In addition, it was possible to verify the capacity of the techniques in the early detection of the preferential directions generated by the etch pits

  16. Matrix- and tensor-based recommender systems for the discovery of currently unknown inorganic compounds

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    Seko, Atsuto; Hayashi, Hiroyuki; Kashima, Hisashi; Tanaka, Isao

    2018-01-01

    Chemically relevant compositions (CRCs) and atomic arrangements of inorganic compounds have been collected as inorganic crystal structure databases. Machine learning is a unique approach to search for currently unknown CRCs from vast candidates. Herein we propose matrix- and tensor-based recommender system approaches to predict currently unknown CRCs from database entries of CRCs. Firstly, the performance of the recommender system approaches to discover currently unknown CRCs is examined. A Tucker decomposition recommender system shows the best discovery rate of CRCs as the majority of the top 100 recommended ternary and quaternary compositions correspond to CRCs. Secondly, systematic density functional theory (DFT) calculations are performed to investigate the phase stability of the recommended compositions. The phase stability of the 27 compositions reveals that 23 currently unknown compounds are newly found to be stable. These results indicate that the recommender system has great potential to accelerate the discovery of new compounds.

  17. Libre Knowledge and another world is possible

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    Tucker, KC

    2007-08-01

    Full Text Available  and Equality Kim Tucker (managed by the CISR in South Africa) presented at Open Education 2007 Localizing and Learning September 26­28, 2007     2http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:LocationSouthernAfrica.png http://en.wikipedia.org.../wiki/Image:LocationAfrica.png Perspectives Towards collective understanding     3 South Africa a “developing” country / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:LocationSouthAfrica.svg http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/92     4 a world in one country http://en.wikipedia.org...

  18. Source conductance scaling for high frequency superconducting quasiparticle receivers

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    Ke, Qing; Feldman, M. J.

    1992-01-01

    It has been suggested that the optimum source conductance G(sub s) for the superconductor-insulator-superconductor (SIS) quasiparticle mixer should have a l/f dependence. This would imply that the critical current density of SIS junctions used for mixing should increase as frequency squared, a stringent constraint on the design of submillimeter SIS mixers, rather than in simple proportion to frequency as previously believed. We have used Tucker's quantum theory of mixing for extensive numerical calculations to determine G(sub s) for an optimized SIS receiver. We find that G(sub s) is very roughly independent of frequency (except for the best junctions at low frequency), and discuss the implications of our results for the design of submillimeter SIS mixers.

  19. Determining Bounds on Assumption Errors in Operational Analysis

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    Neal M. Bengtson

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The technique of operational analysis (OA is used in the study of systems performance, mainly for estimating mean values of various measures of interest, such as, number of jobs at a device and response times. The basic principles of operational analysis allow errors in assumptions to be quantified over a time period. The assumptions which are used to derive the operational analysis relationships are studied. Using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT conditions bounds on error measures of these OA relationships are found. Examples of these bounds are used for representative performance measures to show limits on the difference between true performance values and those estimated by operational analysis relationships. A technique for finding tolerance limits on the bounds is demonstrated with a simulation example.

  20. A one-layer recurrent neural network for constrained nonconvex optimization.

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    Li, Guocheng; Yan, Zheng; Wang, Jun

    2015-01-01

    In this paper, a one-layer recurrent neural network is proposed for solving nonconvex optimization problems subject to general inequality constraints, designed based on an exact penalty function method. It is proved herein that any neuron state of the proposed neural network is convergent to the feasible region in finite time and stays there thereafter, provided that the penalty parameter is sufficiently large. The lower bounds of the penalty parameter and convergence time are also estimated. In addition, any neural state of the proposed neural network is convergent to its equilibrium point set which satisfies the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions of the optimization problem. Moreover, the equilibrium point set is equivalent to the optimal solution to the nonconvex optimization problem if the objective function and constraints satisfy given conditions. Four numerical examples are provided to illustrate the performances of the proposed neural network.