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  1. Actions and results of the management of energy saving of the CONDUMEX group; Acciones y resultados de la gerencia de ahorro de energia de grupo CONDUMEX

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    Sashida Key, Carlos; Jimenez Huerta, Arturo; Alavez Alcazar, Moises [Grupo Condumex, Industrias IEM, S.A. de C.V., Mexico, D.F. (Mexico)

    1999-07-01

    The purpose of this paper is to expose some practical cases that have been developed through the Energy Saving Management of GRUPO CONDUMEX, in different areas such as systems related to water, steam, electricity and compressed air. This experience has been compiled of diagnoses and actions that have been carried out in the companies inside and outside GRUPO CONDUMEX, and of systems with the purpose of making efficient the use of fuels and getting close to the energy indexes that are handled in other International companies of the same manufacture branch. [Spanish] Este trabajo tiene por objeto exponer algunos casos practicos que se han desarrollado a traves de la Gerencia de Ahorro de Energia de GRUPO CONDUMEX, en distintas areas tales como sistemas relacionados con agua, vapor, electricidad y aire comprimido. Esta experiencia ha sido recopilada de diagnosticos y acciones que se han llevado a cabo en las empresas dentro y fuera de GRUPO CONDUMEX, y de sistemas con la finalidad de eficientar el uso de los energeticos y acercarnos a los indices energeticos que se manejan en otras empresas internacionales del mismo ramo de fabricacion.

  2. ACCIONES DOCENTES: SABERES EN PUGNA

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    MARCELA GAETE VERGARA

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo presenta algunas reflexiones en relación a la tríada saber, discurso y acción docente, que constituye parte de los resultados de una investigación doctoral, cuyo propósito es comprender el sentido, que han construido los profesores de filosofía en relación a la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de la disciplina y que subyace en la configuración de un saber para la escuela. La investigación de carácter cualitativa y hermenéutica utiliza como técnicas de recolección de información la entrevista en profundidad y análisis de materiales didácticos de autoría de los docentes participantes del estudio. Los principales resultados indican que existe una tensión permanente entre los saberes docentes provenientes de los dispositivos pedagógicos institucionalizados que obedecen una racionalidad instrumental con aquellos saberes que son configurados desde la experiencia íntima con la disciplina y su enseñanza. Tal tensión, evidencia que los docentes no son simples aplicadores de teorías o currículos sino que van constituyendo saberes no legitimados desde las formaciones discursivas dominantes. No obstante, tales saberes se mantienen en la esfera privada, pues la escuela y la formación docente no dan espacios para que los maestros puedan narrar sus acciones, y con ello, constituirse en sujetos políticos.

  3. Hipnoticos corticales y basilares y acciones anticonvulsivantes

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    Carlos Gutiérrez-Noriega

    1943-06-01

    Full Text Available Se estudian las diferencias de los hipnóticos corticales y basilares desde el punto de vista de sus acciones anticonvulsivantes. Los resultados son los siguientes: 1. Los hipnóticos del grupo basilar (barbitúrico y uretano poseen un poder anticonvulsivante considerablemente mayor que los hipnóticos del grupo cortical (alcoholes, aldehidos, bromuros, éter, con excepción del sulfato de magnesia, clasificado en el grupo subcortical, que tiene muy poca acción anticonvulsivante. 2. Algunos hipnóticos del grupo cortical (cloralosa disminuyen notablemente a dosis narcótica el umbral para las convulsiones clónicas, producidas por el cardiazol, coramina y estricnina; pero aumentan el umbral para las convulsiones tónicas. Estos hipnóticos actúan paradójicamente, como anticonvulsivantes y como sinergistas de los convulsivantes. 3. El sinergismo de cardiazol y estricnina para producir convulsiones clónicas es mucho más notable durante la narcosis por cloralosa que en el animal no anestesiado. 4. Existen significativas diferencias cualitativas y cuantitativas entre las convulsiones del animal no anestesiado y las convulsiones del animal durante la narcosis por cloralosa. En este último caso no se produce la reacción tónica, las reacciones neurovegetativas son más débiles, pero la duración de las convulsiones clónicas es considerablemente mayer. 5. Las diferencias de actividad anticonvulsivante observadas entre los dos grupos de hipnóticos, no pueden ser tomadas como prueba de la clasificación topográfica (córtico-basilar. Al contrario, sugieren que algunos hipnóticos del grupo cortical deben su típica manera de actuar a una acción estimulante tanto sobre la corteza cerebral como sobre los centros subcorticales. Se discute la posibilidad de que el sistema internuncial sea el que principalmente se estimula. Así, mientras que en la narcosis de tipo barbitúrico disminuye la excitabilidad de todo el sistema nervioso de relaci

  4. LAS ACCIONES SOCIALES EN EMPRESAS CON RESPONSABILIDAD SOCIAL

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    Jorge Roberto, Volpentesta

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available La investigación propone como objetivo general profundizar el conocimiento sobre las características de las acciones que las empresas realizan dentro de programas de Responsabilidad Social Empresaria con los grupos de interesados (stakeholders que se encuentran en la comunidad o sociedad, desde una perspectiva organizacional, pretendiendo esclarecer cuáles son las causas y/o circunstancias que determinan y explican el diseño de actividades tan disímiles que van desde las caracterizadas por un dirigismo centralizado propio de la aplicación de la lógica empresaria y en las cuales se trabaja desde un escritorio para los otros, hasta aquellas que desde sus inicios implican e involucran a los destinatarios de esas acciones generando verdaderas acciones con los otros.El interés por este conocimiento se basa en que cada vez más empresas están realizando acciones o programas de intervención en el campo social, pero que no siempre resultan efectivas considerando el impacto social provocado. Analizar los procedimientos utilizados, las circunstancias organizacionales, las causas estructurales y procesales y la lógica que impera en el diseño de esas acciones puede ayudar a justipreciar, a priori, su efectividad y potenciales resultados, facilitando el desarrollo de un posible modelo que oriente sobre los fundamentos necesarios para llevar a cabo intervenciones sociales exitosas.

  5. Acciones para lograr la retención estudiantil

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    Coscarelli, Nélida Yolanda; Seara, Sergio; Medina, Mercedes; Papel, Gustavo Omar; Saporitti, Fernanda; Tissone, Sebastián; Rueda, Leticia Argentina; Cantarini, Luis Martín; Tomas, Leandro Juan; Vera Iturriaga, José; Lozano, Silvina; Jotko, Claudia; Bander, Melina

    2016-01-01

    La Facultad de Odontología de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata ha desarrollado distintos estudios sobre el desempeño y los resultados académicos de los estudiantes durante sus trayectorias de formación. Dichas investigaciones ponen de manifiesto que los procesos de rezago y deserción son multicausales, con fuerte incidencia de variables y dimensiones sociales, culturales y económicas. El objetivo de este trabajo es presentar las acciones implementadas para favorecer el ingreso y permanenci...

  6. LAS ACCIONES DE ALTO NIVEL DE LOS EMPRENDEDORES SOCIALES

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    Bernardo Amezcua

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available En las últimas décadas el sistema capitalista ha sido acusado cada vez con mayor frecuencia de ser una de las principales causas de los problemas sociales y ambientales en el mundo. Una de las razones principales es el hecho de que muchas empresas centran sus esfuerzos en optimizar el rendimiento financiero a corto plazo y colocan en segundo plano el interés por el bienestar de sus clientes y el cuidado de los recursos naturales. El presente estudio utiliza la teoría de la identificación de la acción (AIT para dar respuesta a esta incógnita que nos ayude a identificar las diferencias en la valoración de acciones específicas en los negocios. Específicamente, este artículo propone que el sistema de valores del emprendedor social se asocia con valores más colectivistas (ética deontológica que los lleva a percibir sus acciones como altamente significativas y trascendentales. Se llevó a cabo una sesión de enfoque donde participaron ES de toda Latinoamérica aprovechando un congreso realizado en la ciudad de Monterrey. Adicionalmente se realizaron 10 entrevistas de profundidad con otros ES que no habían participado en la sesión antes mencionada. Los participantes son los creadores de las empresas sociales. Algunas de estas empresas tenían pocos años de haber sido creadas pero algunas tenían hasta 15 años de vida. Los participantes fueron invitados durante el congreso a participar en esta actividad de investigación que se llevaría a cabo al final del mismo. Los organismos que apoyan a los ES se beneficiarían de estos resultados al conocer las razones detrás de los comportamientos de sus asociados, con lo que podrían establecer mejores canales de comunicación y diseñar mejores programas de apoyo y reconocimiento. Así mismo, sirve a los mismos ES como una actividad de reflexión, donde aprenden a reconocer sus valores y a clarificar las razones por las que entraron y se mantienen en este tipo de emprendimiento.

  7. Errores en la determinación de acciones

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    González Valle, E.

    1979-12-01

    Full Text Available This article analyses the causes of «building diseases» due to errors In the determination of actions in the following types of construction: — Flats. — Industrial buildings. — Retention walls . — Bridges. — Tanks and silos. Based on the report by the Bureau Securitas and Secotec after Investigating 2979 accidents and events, these errors would only be the first cause in 10% of the cases but this percentage will be considerably higher if the effects were also evaluated.

    En este artículo se analizan las causas de patología debidas a errores en la determinación de acciones en los siguientes tipos de construcción: ––Edificios de viviendas. ––Naves industriales. ––Muros de contención. ––Puentes. ––Depósitos y silos. Estos errores que, basados en el Informe del Bureau Securitas y Secotec, realizado sobre 2.979 siniestros, sólo serian causa primera de éstos en menos de un 10%; tendrían un porcentaje bastante mayor si se valorasen sus efectos.

  8. La intangibilidad de las acciones privadas de las personas

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    Mauricio Maldonado Muñoz

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo pretendemos acercarnos a una garantía que —siguiendo cierta doctrina— hemos llamado: intangibilidad de las acciones privadas de las personas. Desde una visión que busca ser omnicomprensiva, se analizan las fuentes de las que mana la privacidad y, posteriormente, su contenido y alcances. Sobre todo, se analiza el problema de los límites de la injerencia y regulación estatal, partiendo de una posición que niega las visiones comunitaristas. En general, se trata de conceptualizar a la garantía planteada desde el punto de vista de la libertad, el derecho y las virtudes humanas, los derechos de terceros y la moral pública; concretando su vinculación con otros derechos relacionados con la privacidad. La idea central del presente trabajo consiste en demostrar la transversalidad de la garantía señalada, implicando —en ese proceso— cuestiones trascendentes para la filosofía del derecho, la teoría del derecho y, por supuesto, para el estudio del derecho de los derechos humanos.  

  9. Actividad, acciones y operaciones en el proceso diagnóstico

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    Blanco Aspiazú, Miguel Ángel; Morales González, Héctor Andrés; Rodríguez Collar, Tomás Lázaro

    2010-01-01

    La modelación del proceso del diagnóstico utilizando las categorías actividad, acciones y operaciones en el marco de la teoría de Leontiev, exige la comprensión crítica de la misma. Los autores exponen la concepción de las acciones como expresiones de actividad de nivel conciente que una vez dominadas se denominan habilidades y de las operaciones como expresiones de actividad a nivel subconciente cuyo dominio constituye hábitos. La relación entre acciones y operaciones no es de pertenencia si...

  10. O grupo pesquisador construindo ações de autocuidado para o envelhecimento saudável: pesquisa sociopoética El grupo investigador construyendo acciones de cuidar de si para el envejecimiento saludable: abordaje sociopoética The research group building self-care actions for the healthy aging process: sociopoetic research

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    Iraci dos Santos

    2011-12-01

    adversidades que el envejecimiento pueda provocar, utilizando su potencial humano. Una contribución es valorar el autocuidado como estrategia para el crecimiento personal y el inicio de cambios significativos.The aim of this study was to analyze the feelings of aged people regarding the self-care, accordingly to Nola Pender's Theory. This theory takes in consideration cognitive experiences, beliefs, habits and practices, in order to characterize the group's culture and lifestyle. The subjects were a group of participants from the Third Age Open University Program of Rio de Janeiro State University. The Data was collected through Art techniques and the data production was submitted to Sociopoetics thematic analysis. As results emerged the following categories: Collective face of the aging process - the group members do not see themselves as old, as represented by the cultural and social discrimination; The comprehensiveness of self-care - the image of the nurse attributed only to physical care was deconstructed, thus building the "conffect" (concept/affection self-care/aging is the quest for another living dimension. To conclude, being old involves adopting positive solutions to face the difficulties regarding the aging process, using people's own human potential. A contribution may be to promote the self-care as a strategy for personal growth and as a start point for substantial changes.

  11. Las acciones ambientales en el derecho argentino. Amparo ambiental y acción popular

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    María Laura Peluffo

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Las acciones ambientales intentan tanto la recomposición del ambiente como el resarcimiento de los daños y perjuicios. Existen distintas acciones a través de las cuales se ha intentado acceder a la justicia a los fines de la tutela del derecho al ambiente sano de acuerdo con las disposiciones del artículo 41 de la Constitución nacional, y ello se ha prestado a diversas interpretaciones. El constituyente argentino previó una acción colectiva frente a un derecho de incidencia colectiva a todos los titulares del mismo, y el legislador, al reglamentar la prescripción constitucional, no legitima a cualquiera que no sea el titular del derecho a ejercer una acción, porque se trataría de una acción popular, y en Argentina no existe la misma.

  12. Plan de acciones para prevenir indisciplinas sociales en jóvenes

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    Yadiris del Valle-Atala

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available La presente investigación tuvo como objetivo el diseño de acciones de intervención comunitaria para la prevención de indisciplinas sociales en jóvenes de la circunscripción no.11 del Consejo Popular “Rubén López Sabariego” del municipio Guantánamo. Se emplearon técnicas de recogida de información, entrevista, encuesta, análisis documental y observación participativa. Para evaluar la factibilidad de la interrelación entre las variables del modelo problema, las acciones de intervención y los indicadores verificables se propone la Matriz de Evaluación de Intervención Comunitaria.

  13. Impacto de la venta de acciones en la salud financiera y el riesgo en los grupos financieros

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    Bedoya Villota, Alejandra

    2015-01-01

    Esta investigación tiene como objetivo general el análisis del impacto de la venta de acciones sobre la salud financiera y el riesgo en el grupo Aval. La necesidad por este estudio nace del interés por conocer los costos y beneficios que tienen las empresas a la hora de emitir acciones, siendo ésta última una práctica común en las últimas décadas. Algunas de las motivaciones relevantes para emitir acciones, son la financiación de nuevos proyectos de la empresa, el status que le pueda dar a la...

  14. Criterios para la fijación del valor de las acciones negociables en el mercado de capitales

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    Martinez Caraballo, Hugo Ramon; Jimenez, Edison E.M.

    2009-01-01

    El objetivo del trabajo fue, determinar los criterios para la fijación del valor de las acciones negociables en el mercado de capitales, a raíz de la aparición de nuevos factores de riesgo. Para ello, se caracterizo el mercado de capitales en Venezuela. Se determino los principales indicadores económicos y de mercado bursátil para la fijación del valor de las acciones. Se distinguió los factores de riesgo que engloban la fijación del valor de las acciones y las características del contexto p...

  15. Tus acciones te delatan: ¿Es el sistema cognitivo sensible a los parámetros cinemáticos de las acciones con distintas intenciones?

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    Rocío Goñi Cabara

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available George es un tenista que en este momento se encuentra a instantes de realizar un smash para rematar un partido. Anna, por su parte, está en la cacería de un inoportuno insecto volador utilizando una raqueta eléctrica. Si detuviésemos el tiempo en el instante en que George y Anna alzan sus brazos, sin acceder al contexto en el que la acción tiene lugar, ¿seríamos capaces de detectar la intención que subyace a cada movimiento? Estudios recientes sugieren que esto es posible a partir del análisis de la velocidad y trayectoria de acciones que, a primera vista, parecen idénticas.

  16. MOVIMIENTOS, ORGANIZACIONES SOCIALES Y ACCIONES COLECTIVAS EN LA FORMACIÓN DE PROFESORES

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    Jorge Enrique Aponte Otálvaro; Nydia Constanza Mendoza Romero; Sandra Patricia Rodríguez Ávila

    2014-01-01

    Se presenta aquí una experiencia de formación de profesores en ciencias sociales mediante el análisis de trabajos de grado inscritos en la temática: movimientos, organizaciones sociales y acciones colectivas. Se busca evidenciar las re - laciones entre la Universidad y las comunidades donde se llevan a cabo las prácticas pedagógicas, y caracterizar los aportes de los trabajos a los debates sobre memoria, formación política y ciencias sociales. Se defiende que la formación de maestros trascien...

  17. ACCIONES PARA LA AUTORREGULACIÓN DEL APRENDIZAJE EN ENTORNOS PERSONALES

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    Eduardo Chaves Barboza; Juan Manuel Trujillo Torres; Juan Antonio López Núñez

    2016-01-01

    El objetivo del estudio es analizar las acciones que realizan los estudiantes de la población para la autorregulación del aprendizaje en entornos personales de aprendizaje. Se aplicó un cuestionario a una muestra de estudiantes de la Universidad de Granada (España) que pertenecen a las titulaciones de Pedagogía, Educación Social y Psicopedagogía. Sobre los datos se efectúan pruebas no paramétricas de correlaciones y análisis de varianzas, así como estadística descriptiva e inferencial. Los re...

  18. Aprendizaje de selección de acciones en un mundo simple pero impredecible

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    Sergio A. Rojas

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available Uno de los principales problemas estudiados en la simulación de agentes artificiales autónomos es el de la selección de acciones: un mecanismo que le permita al sistema escoger la acción más apropiada para la situación en que se encuentre, de tal forma que maximice su medida de éxito. El aprendizaje por refuerzo representa un enfoque atractivo para atacar este problema, ya que se basa en la búsqueda de señales de premio y la evasión de señales de castigo mediante un proceso de ensayo y error. En este artículo presentamos al PAISA 1, una criatura artificial que aprende a comportarse (seleccionar acciones utilizando una técnica de aprendizaje por refuerzo (aprendizaje Q para optimizar la cantidad de comida que puede encontrar en un mundo impredecible, aunque con un espacio estado-acción pequeño.

  19. MOVIMIENTOS, ORGANIZACIONES SOCIALES Y ACCIONES COLECTIVAS EN LA FORMACIÓN DE PROFESORES

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    Jorge Enrique Aponte Otálvaro

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta aquí una experiencia de formación de profesores en ciencias sociales mediante el análisis de trabajos de grado inscritos en la temática: movimientos, organizaciones sociales y acciones colectivas. Se busca evidenciar las re - laciones entre la Universidad y las comunidades donde se llevan a cabo las prácticas pedagógicas, y caracterizar los aportes de los trabajos a los debates sobre memoria, formación política y ciencias sociales. Se defiende que la formación de maestros trasciende las reformas educativas y la evaluación estandarizada que eluden el compromiso ético con las demandas sociales.

  20. Burbujas financieras y comportamiento reciente de los mercados de acciones en América Latina

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    Jorge Mario Uribe

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Con el fin de poner a prueba hipótesis recientes en la literatura económica, según las cuales la formación de burbujas periódicas y sincronizadas en los mercados globales es consecuencia de la migración recurrente de capitales de portafolio, en este trabajo se estiman los periodos de burbujas financieras en los mercados de acciones latinoamericanos de mayor tamaño relativo; asimismo, la cronología de tales burbujas se compara con la estimada para el caso estadounidense. Estas burbujas se estiman haciendo uso de un estadístico de signo, con ajuste recursivo de mediana, el cual sirve para contrastar la hipótesis de caminata aleatoria versus alternativas explosivas. Se encuentra evidencia favorable para la hipótesis de partida y se exploran posibles ampliaciones de ésta.

  1. Derechos políticos de las mujeres, acciones afirmativas y paridad

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    Isabel Torres García

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Las mujeres han sido discriminadas históricamente, por el hecho mismo de ser mujeres y no solo en política. Se les ha dado un tratamiento desigual y discriminatorio en virtud de un conjunto de normas de conducta, de estereotipos, de valores, de significaciones distintas y desventajosas otorgadas por la sociedad al hecho de ser mujer. Estos patrones sociales y culturales pueden ser modificados: la discriminación hacia las mujeres no es “natural”, puede cambiarse. Sobre ello trata la perspectiva de género. Para lograr este cambio se han implementado una serie de acciones afirmativas como las cuotas de participación política de las mujeres, que constituyen un mecanismo inclusivo para el fortalecimiento de la democracia y, más recientemente, la paridad, que se constituye en un acelerador de la igualdad.

  2. De las políticas internacionales y nacionales a las acciones sociales locales

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    Antonio Borgogni

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available La eficacia de las políticas del bienestar, particularmente del deporte, fomentadas por el gobierno italiano desde principios de los años 90, está íntimamente ligada a los cambios que se han producido en la relación entre la administración local, el Estado y el tercer sector. Estos cambios se relacionan, además, con tendencias y procesos de carácter internacional, desarrollados en el curso del último decenio del siglo pasado, tendentes a fomentar la participación de los ciudadanos, la atención a la sostenibilidad y los derechos de los menores. En este momento, el tercer sector y, dentro de éste, las organizaciones deportivas que se dedican a la promoción del deporte social, asume el papel de interlocutor de las políticas públicas del bienestar gracias al fuerte crecimiento de los últimos años. Finalmente, en el año 2000 algunas leyes permiten el desarrollo de los procesos de decisión a nivel local y la financiación de los proyectos propuestos por las organizaciones deportivas de promoción social. El artículo centra la atención en las acciones producidas en el marco de estas decisiones políticas, describiendo el caso de un proyecto nacional, desarrollado en varias ciudades por medio de diferentes acciones y métodos, que tiene como protagonistas a adolescentes y jóvenes, dirigido por la UISP (Unión Italiana de Deporte para Todos la más importante organización deportiva italiana en el ámbito de la promoción del deporte.

  3. Acciones de prevención en acoso escolar utilizadas por docentes de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria

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    Amparo Pérez Carbonell

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este artículo es presentar la revisión de distintas investigaciones que permiten conocer las acciones de prevención primaria, secundaria y terciaria que los docentes de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (ESO realizan ante el acoso escolar o bullying. Actualmente los distintos agentes educativos y sociales muestran una gran preocupación por las crecientes denuncias del alumnado de esta etapa educativa. A tal fin, se realiza un proceso sistemático de indagación documental en distintas bases de datos sobre estudios, en el contexto educativo español, realizados en torno a esta temática. Se concluye, por un lado, que el profesorado encuestado, conoce y desarrolla más acciones de prevención primaria y secundaria sobre el acoso escolar que de prevención terciaria. Que las acciones primarias y secundarias tienen un enfoque más educativo que punitivo o sancionador y buscan principalmente la generación de un clima adecuado de convivencia tanto en el centro como en el grupo-clase. Por otro lado, en el nivel de prevención terciaria, desarrollan acciones centradas en hablar con el alumnado, aplicar las normas de disciplina y convivencia y derivar los casos a los departamentos de orientación de sus centros.

  4. Acciones intersectoriales en la estimulación temprana del desarrollo del lenguaje

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    Déborah Magaly López Salas

    Full Text Available Se realizó un análisis del proyecto "Acciones intersectoriales en la estimulación temprana del desarrollo del lenguaje" con el objetivo propiciar un estudio social sobre la gestión del conocimiento y la innovación tecnológica en la dirección de programas para la estimulación del desarrollo de menores en edad preescolar, desde la visión de ciencia, tecnología y sociedad. Se muestran conceptos afines al tema, necesarios en la comprensión de la idea de reorganización de los servicios vinculados a la estimulación y atención temprana del desarrollo del lenguaje desde la comunidad, con la participación de profesionales de diferentes instituciones, y se demuestra la necesidad de comprender los estudios de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad como un campo de acción en la actualidad en Cuba.

  5. REFLEXIONES SOBRE LAS DIFICULTADES INSTITUCIONALES PARA REALIZAR ACCIONES EN LA GESTIÓN DEL RIESGO

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    Leoz M. Francisco Javier

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available La gestión del riesgo en Colombia se estructura bajo un conjunto de normas que definen a los actores dentro de un esquema de niveles jerárquicos donde algunas instituciones del Estado adquieren, además de sus funciones misionales, la administración del tema de prevención de desastres. La misma normatividad crea obstáculos entre las instituciones que limitan los esfuerzos en la reducción del riesgo. Entre las barreras identificadas, se plantean los límites jurisdiccionales que imposibilitan acciones de inversión en sectores donde un escenario de riesgo está dividido por una línea imaginaria que separa la actuación entre entes territoriales o entre autoridades ambientales. Otra de las barreras es la estructura del Sistema Nacional de Prevención y Atención de Desastres que descarga toda la responsabilidad a los municipios; asimismo la normatividad y el manejo de la información técnica se consideran como barreras para la adecuada gestión del riesgo.

  6. Plan de acciones para el trabajo educativo en las Sedes Universitarias Municipales

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    Julián Labrada Lorente

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available La  influencia  educativa  ha  sido  asistemática  en  la  Educación  Superior,  la tendencia a la instrucción desmesurada no ha disminuido, incluso después de creada la figura del tutor pedagógico, estando relegado a un segundo plano la formación de valores, el conocimiento del estudiante y la interacción con enseñanzas anteriores, así como con la posterior incorporación del dicente a la vida laboral. El trabajo pretende exponer la experiencia de una Sede Universitaria en el municipio de La Palma a través de un grupo de acciones por espacios temporales definidos que aseguran una mayor influencia educativa sobre los estudiantes que ha elevado los niveles de índices medidores de la calidad, así como la interacción actoral en el proceso a partir de la inclusión como principio y de la acción extramuros universitaria.

  7. Las acciones colectivas en torno al agua potable en dos ciudades medias de México

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    Ana Helena Treviño

    1998-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo presenta una reflexión derivada de una investigación desarrollada en dos ciudades medias de México (Querétaro y Celaya, en torno al análisis de las relaciones sociales y de las formas de organización que se generan a partir de la demanda de la población por el servicio de agua potable y alcantarillado, en ciudades que, como en este caso, comparten una misma cuenca hidrográfica. Las formas organizadas y el tipo de relaciones sociales construidas forman parte de un campo novedoso sobre el cual se discute el cómo este recurso es pensado y apropiado desde lo institucional y lo social. Todo esto se encuentra enmarcado en el debate teórico sobre movimientos sociales y acciones colectivas, así como en las nuevas categorías sociales que se construyen para explicar los actuales fenómenos urbanos.

  8. Acciones y habilidades. Algunas discrepancias entre psicólogos y didactas

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    Carlos Ezequiel Pino-Pupo

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Abordó puntos de vista discrepantes entre representantes de algunas escuelas de Psicología y de Didáctica cubanas. Durante varios años de investigación en torno a la problemática de la formación de habilidades, se han encontrado posiciones teóricas, muy variadas y son diversos los criterios acerca de la movilidad entre las acciones y las operaciones y en torno a la automatización de unas u otras. Se analiza la equivalencia entre términos de la Didáctica, la Psicología y la Metodología con una propuesta nueva. La intencionalidad del artículo radica en que a partir de las posiciones teóricas asumidas, puede haber una reconsideración de términos utilizados como son los casos de la acción, la operación, la habilidad y el hábito.

  9. Presentación del monográfico: Emociones, protestas y acciones colectivas en la actualidad

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    Adrián Scribano

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available El número monográfico que presentamos tensiona desde geopolíticas y geoculturas diversas las bandas de una cinta de moebio donde emociones, protestas y acciones colectivas inundan los actuales procesos de estructuración social. El sufrimiento a distancia, el femicidio, la represión, la segregación racializante, entre otros modos del padecer, aparecen dialectizados con resistencias, disruptividades e intersticialidades que colorean la pintura del mundo de las políticas de las sensibilidades vigente. Entre muchas maneras de reconstruir conceptualmente el conjunto de artículos que aquí introducimos las vinculaciones/desvinculaciones entre dolor social y topologías del rechazo es una que permite sintetizar el “estado” de las conexiones entre emociones, protestas y acciones colectivas en la actualidad.

  10. Program of actions for energy conservation in the equipment for the urban public transportation; Programa de acciones para el ahorro de la energia en los equipos de transporte publico urbanos

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    Sanhez Arellano, L.I. [Facultad de Ingenieria, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Toluca (Mexico)

    1995-12-31

    The Facultad de Ingenieria of the Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico (UAEM), in its postgraduate program in Transport Engineering carries out research projects aimed at the appropriate operation of the urban public transportation, in the definition of the transportation networks and their exploitation as well as in the energy conservation and efficient use of the energy for its operation. This paper embodies the lines of interest of this program. The proper operation characteristics and the energy consumption of the different types of vehicles used in urban public transportation mainly depend on the application they have been designed for. Nevertheless, an important point is to know, in the most concrete and specific form, the nature and other possible utilization options of the different urban transportation systems, as well as its energy impact and the possibility of a well oriented energy conservation. The purpose of this paper is to present in a concrete manner the different types of vehicles used in the urban public transportation, making an energy comparison, besides setting forth a program of actions tending to the energy saving for the vehicles that nowadays operate in the main cities of our country. The main actions are pointed out and the basic characteristics for their initiation, which can be summarized in three large groups: -action in the proper enterprises and with existing vehicular park. -actions over the management and exploitation of the transportation systems. -action for the utilization of new equipment and more efficient vehicles. A detailed explanation of each one of these actions and their impact on the energy consumption are the final purpose of this study. [Espanol] La Facultad de Ingenieria de la Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico (UAEM), dentro de su programa de Postrado en Ingenieria del Transporte realiza proyectos de investigacion tendientes en la buena operacion de los transportes publicos urbanos, en la definicion de

  11. Program of actions for energy conservation in the equipment for the urban public transportation; Programa de acciones para el ahorro de la energia en los equipos de transporte publico urbanos

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    Sanhez Arellano, L I [Facultad de Ingenieria, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Toluca (Mexico)

    1996-12-31

    The Facultad de Ingenieria of the Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico (UAEM), in its postgraduate program in Transport Engineering carries out research projects aimed at the appropriate operation of the urban public transportation, in the definition of the transportation networks and their exploitation as well as in the energy conservation and efficient use of the energy for its operation. This paper embodies the lines of interest of this program. The proper operation characteristics and the energy consumption of the different types of vehicles used in urban public transportation mainly depend on the application they have been designed for. Nevertheless, an important point is to know, in the most concrete and specific form, the nature and other possible utilization options of the different urban transportation systems, as well as its energy impact and the possibility of a well oriented energy conservation. The purpose of this paper is to present in a concrete manner the different types of vehicles used in the urban public transportation, making an energy comparison, besides setting forth a program of actions tending to the energy saving for the vehicles that nowadays operate in the main cities of our country. The main actions are pointed out and the basic characteristics for their initiation, which can be summarized in three large groups: -action in the proper enterprises and with existing vehicular park. -actions over the management and exploitation of the transportation systems. -action for the utilization of new equipment and more efficient vehicles. A detailed explanation of each one of these actions and their impact on the energy consumption are the final purpose of this study. [Espanol] La Facultad de Ingenieria de la Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico (UAEM), dentro de su programa de Postrado en Ingenieria del Transporte realiza proyectos de investigacion tendientes en la buena operacion de los transportes publicos urbanos, en la definicion de

  12. Utilización de la prensa escrita como medio de divulgación de las acciones de RSE

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    Omaira Cecilia Martínez Moreno

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available El tema de la Responsabilidad Social Empresarial –RSE– ha hecho que las empresas se sensibilicen en torno a su nivel de responsabilidad social, cultural, económica y ambiental, entre otros. Esta investigación aborda precisamente estas acciones y su nivel de divulgación en un contexto en particular. Inicialmente se planteó como descriptiva y persiguió hacer un estudio sobre la caracterización tanto cualitativa como cuantitativa de la información inherente a la Responsabilidad Social Empresarial que se publica en el periódico Frontera, de la ciudad de Tijuana, Baja California, México. Se seleccionó este periódico por ser un medio de comunicación líder absoluto en su rubro en la ciudad. En la investigación de campo se establecieron acciones desarrolladas por las empresas en tres grandes áreas: social, ambiental y económica. En rasgos generales, se evidencia una ausencia de cultura hacia la publicación de las acciones que en torno a la RSE se implementan y desarrollan. Las empresas que más publican tanto noticias como publicidad son de carácter público. Las de carácter privado, probablemente sí desarrollen algún tipo de actividad en este sentido, pero desconocen el impacto que la comunicación de éstas puede tener en la percepción de los consumidores actuales o potenciales.

  13. Acción colectiva de jóvenes en Manizales: colectivo muros libres, acciones de muralismo urbano

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    Franco Jaramillo, Paula Milena

    2017-01-01

    Tesis (Maestría en Educación y Desarrollo Humano). Universidad de Manizales. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas. CINDE, 2016 “Acción colectiva de jóvenes en Manizales: colectivo muros libres, acciones de muralismo urbano”, es un trabajo de investigación surgida en el marco de la Convocatoria 543 de COLCIENCIAS Tema "Consolidación de la Democracia, la Paz y la Reconciliación”; específicamente hace parte del proyecto Colciencias “Acción Colectiva de jóvenes en Bogotá”, di...

  14. Reflexiones sobre arte para lo político y representación en las acciones del colectivo LULI

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    Fükelman, María Cristina; Naón, María Isabel

    2011-01-01

    Esta ponencia tiene como finalidad reflexionar sobre determinados conceptos, de diferentes densidades semánticas, que designan, explican y analizan modalidades de producción artística centradas en espacios alternativos, que dan la espalda a los espacios y medios institucionales tradicionales del campo artístico. Se referirá a algunas acciones del colectivo LULI. Entre los conceptos que se trabajaran se encuentra el arte político, arte para lo político, arte público, arte de acción, activismo,...

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    Fükelman, María Cristina; Di María, Graciela Alicia; Sánchez Pórfido, Elisabet; González, Silvia Juana; Albero, María Marta; Gatica, Danisa; Naón, María Isabel; Montequin, Diana; Estévez, Mariana; Ladaga, Silvia Andrea Cristian

    2013-01-01

    Esta ponencia tiene como finalidad reflexionar sobre determinados conceptos, de diferentes densidades semánticas, que designan, explican y analizan modalidades de producción artística centradas en espacios alternativos, que dan la espalda a los espacios y medios institucionales tradicionales del campo artístico. Se referirá a algunas acciones del colectivo LULI. Entre los conceptos que se trabajaran se encuentra el arte político, arte para lo político, arte público, arte de acción, activismo,...

  16. Del significado responsabilidad de los socios en las compañías mercantiles por acciones y por cuotas.

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    Jorge Payome Suárez

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available El comentario presentado, además de constituir una guía útil para los socios de compañías mercantiles por acciones y por cuotas, en un aspecto de indudable importancia para ellos, cual es el de su eventual responsabilidad, se erige como una herramienta provechosa para estudiantes y profesionales interesados en el tema. La experiencia académica y docente del autor del ensayo aseguran un análisis autorizado de la materia.

  17. Comentarios en torno al allanamiento de La personalidad jurídica en las sociedades por acciones simplificadas

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    Camilo Enrique Cubillos Garzón

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Con el fin de generar una postura crítica frente a la adaptación de nuevas figuras jurídicas en nuestro ordenamiento, el autor hace un recorrido por los fundamentos y finalidades de la Teoría de la Desestimación de la Personalidad Jurídica y su aplicación en el caso de la Sociedad por Acciones Simplificadas. Lo anterior, en la medida que en opinión del autor, la consagración de la posibilidad de levantar el velo de estos sociedades contenida en el artículo 42 de la ley 1258 de 2008, en contra de los socios y los administradores comporta un desconocimiento de la naturaleza jurídica y finalidad de esta figura y de otras acciones existentes en nuestro ordenamiento apropiadas para perseguir la responsabilidad de los administradores, como lo son la acción social e individual de responsabilidad.

  18. Acciones colectivas contenciosas, proceso político y seguridad urbana. Construyendo geografías de la esperanza

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    Luis Berneth Peña

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo describe algunos repertorios y redes de acciones colectivas contenciosas (acciones popu - lares que buscan construir o profundizar derechos desplegadas por algunas organizaciones sociales en Bogotá que promueven formas no autoritarias de seguridad urbana. Basado en una perspectiva espacial de la acción colectiva, se enfatiza en el lugar de la política popular en los procesos políticos y la política de lugar en la que se construyen nuevas formas de solidaridad fundamentadas en arrai - gos comunitarios. En la primera sección, se expone el concepto de acción colectiva contenciosa. La segunda describe la estructura espacial de la acción colectiva de las organizaciones sociales en dos escalas: a la escala de una localidad (Ciudad Bolívar y b la escala de un proyecto donde convergen varias organizaciones en el barrio Los Libertadores en la localidad de San Cristóbal. En la tercera, se presentan algunos ejemplos del repertorio de confrontación de las organizaciones. En la última parte, se discuten los resultados encontrados.

  19. Pagos basados en acciones: concepto, ámbito de ap licación y metodologías de valoración

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    Vernor Mesén Figueroa

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available La constante evolución de las prácticas empresariales ha hecho que los gerentes y administradores de las empresas, hayan optado por crear novedosas opciones por medio de las cuales puedan interactuar con terceras partes, es así como surgen los pagos basados en acciones, mecanismo que resulta ser una interesante opción por medio de la cual las entidades logran no sólo remunerar de forma atractiva y competitiva a sus empleados y proveedores, sino que también les permiten la oportunidad de establecer vínculos de largo plazo con estos, condición que finalmente resulta ser uno de sus factores claves para el éxito empresarial. En la práctica, los pagos basados en acciones pueden ser realizados por una empresa entregando de forma directa a sus colaboradores y suplidores de bienes y servicios acciones u opciones para la adquisición futura de acciones, lo anterior a cambio del logro de los objetivos propuestos por la empresa. Como es de suponer los objetivos cuyo cumplimiento da origen a los pagos basados en acciones son tan diversos como los son la naturaleza de cada entidad y por ende las condiciones específicas pactadas en cada uno de los acuerdos suscritos entre esta y sus empleados y proveedores. Considerando lo expuesto en los párrafos precedentes, el presente artículo tiene como objetivo abordar las generalidades del concepto de pagos basados en acciones así como el reseñar cuáles son los ámbitos en que dicho instrumento financiero es más comúnmente utilizado por los altos mandos empresariales. Como complemento de lo anterior, este artículo estudia los diferentes modelos que una entidad puede utilizar para determinar el costo financiero en que ésta debe incurrir cuando promueve un programa de pagos basados en acciones a favor de sus empleados, sus proveedores o ambos. Es así como mi estudio abarca el análisis de los diferentes métodos que existen para la valoración tanto de acciones como de las opciones que una entidad

  20. Acciones matemáticas de 0 a 3 años a partir de instalaciones artísticas

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    En este estudio se analizan las acciones matemáticas que llevan a cabo niños de 0-3 años en instalaciones artísticas, con- siderados espacios estéticos que fomentan la participación y les ayuda a desarrollarse. Las instalaciones artísticas se han organiza- do en el mesoespacio, que requiere el mo- vimiento del cuerpo para poder ser analiza- do de forma completa. Han participado 85 niños de uno a tres años que han llevado a cabo acciones en dos instalaciones ar- ...

  1. Ventajas y desventajas de la Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada para la empresa familiar en Colombia. Estudio exploratorio

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    José Bernardo Betancourt Ramírez

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available La Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada (SAS representa la evolución más significativa del sistema societario colombiano en las últimas 4 décadas. Desde su aparición representa cerca del 90% del total de sociedades matriculadas en el país. Este estudio exploratorio descriptivo busca determinar si los empresarios conocen las ventajas y desventajas de las SAS, y si las tienen en cuenta en la toma de decisiones. Se aplicó un cuestionario estructurado a 57 empresas, de las cuales el 84% eran familiares. Se observó un amplio desconocimiento de algunas ventajas y desventajas de la SAS que implica el desaprovechamiento de sus bondades y, en casos puntuales, riesgos para las empresas familiares.

  2. Ventajas y desventajas de la Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada para la empresa familiar en Colombia. Estudio exploratorio

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    José Bernardo Betancourt Ramírez

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available La Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada (SAS representa la evolución más significativa del sistema societario colombiano en las últimas 4 décadas. Desde su aparición representa cerca del 90% del total de sociedades matriculadas en el país. Este estudio exploratorio descriptivo busca determinar si los empresarios conocen las ventajas y desventajas de las SAS, y si las tienen en cuenta en la toma de decisiones. Se aplicó un cuestionario estructurado a 57 empresas, de las cuales el 84% eran familia- res. Se observó un amplio desconocimiento de algunas ventajas y desventajas de la SAS que implica el desaprovechamiento de sus bondades y, en casos puntuales, riesgos para las empresas familiares.

  3. Acciones gubernamentales frente a los desastres provocados por fenómenos hidrometeorológicos en México

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    Gabriel Angelotti Pasteur

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Las acciones realizadas tras los desastres constituyen una oportunidad para el cambio social, en específico, para construir sociedades resilientes. Sin embargo, cuando en los procesos de reconstrucción se persiguen intereses exógenos (económicos, sociales o políticos y, preferentemente, ajenos a las necesidades de la sociedad afectada, se incrementan las condiciones de riesgo y la vulnerabilidad ante futuras amenazas. En el presente trabajo se analiza lo ocurrido en Yucatán (México cuando, tras el paso del huracán Isidoro (2002, se implementó un programa de reconstrucción con el fin de suplir aquellas viviendas que habían sido dañadas y destruidas por ese fenómeno hidrometeorológico. Mediante el mismo se esperaba dotar a las familias damnificadas de una vivienda digna, resistente, moderna y, de este modo, contribuir a forjar una sociedad más segura. Sin embargo, los resultados alcanzados ponen en duda esta meta del gobierno.

  4. Actions in the electrical sector to propitiate the environmental protection; Acciones en el sector electrico para propiciar la proteccion ambiental

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    Trevino Gaspari, Mateo [Fideicomiso de Ahorro de Energia (FIDE) (Mexico)

    1997-07-01

    The saving of electrical energy is one of the most efficient means to propitiate the environmental protection in the surroundings of the facilities used in the production of electrical energy. The emission of polluting agents associated with the electric power generation is analyzed, among them, CO{sub 2}, SO{sub 2} and NO{sub 2}, along with the particulate emission of ash or soot. In addition, an analysis is made of the contribution of the electrical energy saving to the environmental protection and the actions that the Comision Federal de Electricidad of Mexico will undertake on the electric energy saving for the 1995 to the 2000 period. [Spanish] El ahorro de energia electrica es uno de los medios mas eficientes para propiciar la proteccion ambiental en el entorno de las instalaciones usadas en la produccion de energia electrica. Se analiza la emision de contaminantes asociados con la generacion electrica, entre ellos, el CO{sub 2}, el SO{sub 2} y NO{sub 2}, junto con la emision de particulas de ceniza o de hollin. Ademas se analiza la contribucion del ahorro de energia electrica a la proteccion ambiental y las acciones que emprendera la Comision Federal de Electricidad de Mexico sobre ahorro de energia electrica para el periodo 1995 al 2000.

  5. ESTRATEGIAS DE ACCION E INCIDENCIA EN LAS POLITICAS PUBLICAS DE LAS COOPERATIVAS DE TERCER GRADO EN ARGENTINA

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    María Cristina Acosta

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo indaga sobre la incidencia de las entidades representativas del cooperativismo argentino en las políticas públicas contemporáneas. Se presenta un estudio de caso de las dos más importantes cooperativas de tercer grado del país, se analizan sus metas y estrategias en las interacciones con las dependencias estatales. Los resultados de las acciones de los actores definen metas y estrategias que pueden ser convergentes y/o divergentes. Se concluye que los vínculos que han construido las confederaciones seleccionadas con el Estado presentan características de complementación y cooperación en términos generales. Asimismo, la facultad de las organizaciones estudiadas para incidir en la definición de las políticas públicas resulta no solamente de los recursos propios, sino, principalmente, de las oportunidades políticas y la capacidad de establecer alianzas inter-actorales mediante estrategias colectivas.

  6. Reflexiones sobre algunas acciones de internacionalización de la educación en la UAM-Xochimilco

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    Luis Felipe Bojalil

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available La educación superior se enfrenta a cambios vertiginosos en las sociedades actuales, aparte de los viejos problemas, como el bajo acceso de los jóvenes a la educación superior, el aumento en la demanda que no está satisfecha y la desigualdad, entre otros. Nos encontramos ahora con la globalización que en el campo educativo nos lleva a la internacionalización, esto aunado al acelerado avance científico y tecnológico, al que si las instituciones no le ponen la debida atención, las llevará a cumplir con menor eficiencia y calidad sus funciones, poniendo en riesgo la posibilidad de crear una sociedad viable para el futuro. En este trabajo no vamos a analizar lo que puede resultar de la complejidad de estos cambios sociales. Nos limitaremos a describir algunas acciones de internacionalización educativa en la uam-Xochimilco, en las que el autor de este trabajo ha participado, de las que ha tenido conocimiento directo. Estos procesos tienen características innovadoras, que derivan del proyecto educativo de la uam-Xochimilco.

  7. ACCIONES PEDAGÓGICAS PARA FAVORECER LA COMUNICACIÓN INTERALUMNO EN EL TRANSCURSO DE LA ACTIVIDAD DOCENTE

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    Greccy Castro Miranda

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available La comunicación pedagógica es un proceso básico de profesionalidad en los educadores, por la significación de esta para el efectivo desarrollo del proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje. En el artículo [3] se propone un conjunto de talleres que favorecen la comunicación interalumno, se desarrolló por la necesidad de atender las dificultades manifestadas en el proceso de la comunicación en la clase, en particular, por los problemas que presentan los estudiantes en su comunicación, lo que atenta contra el protagonismo de estos en el proceso de su educación como futuros profesores y en su propia vida personal. El objetivo trazado fue aplicar acciones pedagógicas en forma de talleres que favorezcan la comunicación interalumnos. Se introdujeron talleres práctico-vivenciales para evaluar el desarrollo de la comunicación pedagógica como elemento básico para el desarrollo de habilidades comunicativas y como vía que contribuye a la competencia comunicativa del futuro profesor.

  8. Metodología para la toma de decisiones de inversión en portafolio de acciones utilizando la técnica multicriterio AHP

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    John Willmer Escobar

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo presenta una metodología para la toma de decisiones en el mercado accionario colombiano utilizando la técnica multicriterio Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP. La problemática está relacionada con el proceso de inversión en un mercado bursátil considerando criterios de riesgo y rentabilidad. La metodología propuesta incluye la integración de las técnicas tradicionales de decisión de inversión en portafolio de acciones junto con la técnica multicriterio AHP que permite evaluar un número finito de alternativas de manera jerárquica bajo criterios cualitativos y cuantitativos. La metodología ha sido probada en la solución del problema de selección de portafolio de acciones de alta y media bursatilidad que cotizaron en el mercado colombiano durante el periodo de diciembre de 2007 a abril de 2010. Los resultados computacionales muestran la importancia y la eficiencia de la integración exitosa de los criterios tradicionales de inversión en portafolio de acciones junto con la metodología AHP para encontrar un balance apropiado entre rentabilidad y riesgo en el proceso de toma de decisiones de inversión en acciones en el mercado bursátil colombiano. Derechos reservados © 2015 Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Contaduría y Administración. Este es un artículo de acceso abierto distribuido bajo los términos de la Licencia Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.

  9. ACCIONES DE LUCHA CONTRA LA DESERTIFICACIÓN EN AMBIENTES SEMIÁRIDOS EN EL NOROESTE DE TAMAULIPAS, MÉXICO

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    Elizabeth Del C. Andrade Limas

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available En la Cuenca de Burgos, Tamaulipas (México, se realizaron acciones de lucha contra la desertifi cación para ayudar a la conservación de suelo y agua. El trabajo se efectuó en dos etapas 2005-2007 y 2008-2009 en lugares con problemas de erosión por pérdida de cobertura vegetal y deforestación causada por la agricultura y las actividades industriales. El objetivo fue estabilizar el ecosistema para conservar y manejar los recursos naturales, incrementar la producción agropecuaria, mejorar la condición familiar y elevar el nivel de vida de los pobladores rurales. Se identifi caron y ubicaron áreas y parcelas de trabajo. Se realizaron y evaluaron las siguientes acciones con el objetivo de obtener indicadores de sostenibilidad: (1 111,8 km de Cercos Vivos, (2 53,5 has con Bancos de Proteína, (3 825 has con introducción de Especies Forrajeras, (4 20 has de Estanques y abrevaderos, (5 3.579 has de subsoleo (6 10 has de sistemas silvopatoriles con Prosopis glandulosa (Mezquite, y pasto, y (7 realización de 5 Cursos de Capacitación para los agricultores. Todas estas acciones, sin duda, han sido muy benefi ciosas, aunque es necesaria una mayor información a los agricultores.

  10. Relación entre actitudes y acciones de aprendizaje de los estudiantes universitarios || Connection between attitudes towards studies and learning actions among university students

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    Marina Elias

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presentan los resultados de una investigación que tiene como objetivo analizar los factores que influyen en el aprendizaje de los estudiantes universitarios. En el marco del proceso de Bolonia y los cambios docentes que éste ha comportado se quiere constatar si realmente el paradigma de enseñanza/aprendizaje centrado en el estudiante ha implicado un aumento del aprendizaje profundo. A partir de un cuestionario contestado por 857 estudiantes de 10 titulaciones de 4 universidades públicas de la Región Metropolitana de Barcelona, se analiza la relación entre motivación de elección de estudios, concepciones de aprendizaje y acciones de aprendizaje, y como estas últimas pueden estar condicionadas por el contexto educativo de las asignaturas. Se concluye que las acciones de aprendizaje están influidas tanto por el contexto como por la orientación profesional de los estudios. Así, los estudiantes llevan a cabo acciones más profundas en las asignaturas caracterizadas por la metodología impulsada con Bolonia, aunque es más beneficioso para un tipo de actitudes hacia el estudio que para otras.

  11. ¿Influyen las Normas Internacionales de Información Financiera en el riesgo de las acciones?

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    Gokhan Boz

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente trabajo de investigación es doble: estudiar qué información explica el riesgo de las acciones y analizar si la implantación de las Normas Internacionales de Información Financiera (NIIF, realizada en el mercado espanol ˜ en 2005, influye en dicha información. Conocer qué información contable y/o macroeconómica explica el riesgo de una acción es una información útil para el empresario y para el profesional de la gestión, pues nos indica qué variables observar para estimar la evolución del riesgo y, en consecuencia, la evolución del coste de capital o tasa de actualización. La tasa de actualización es una variable muy importante en muchas decisiones financieras, y su valor, que depende entre otras variables del riesgo, tiene una gran influencia en la decisión. Por este motivo es importante que dicha tasa se determine de forma objetiva, algo especialmente difícil en las pequenas ˜ y medianas empresas (PYMES. Una gestión eficiente implica poder anticiparse a los efectosfuturos, actuar para capturar los efectos positivos y minimizar los efectos negativos. Si sabemos qué variables explican el riesgo, conoceremos qué indicadores observar para analizar su comportamiento y prever lo que vaya a suceder en el futuro sobre la tasa de actualización.

  12. Las Acciones Sistemáticas en Salud Mejoran el Control y Seguimiento Ponderal de las Embarazadas

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    Danay Hernández Díaz

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: El seguimiento sistemático y personalizado de la ganancia de peso gestacional puede constituir una herramienta útil a nivel primario de salud para el binomio madre-hijo para su salud presente y futura. Método: Estudio observacional analítico para determinar si existen diferencias en la evolución ponderal en dos grupos  según sistematicidad en intervención sobre estilos de vida y cultura alimentaria en 256 embarazadas del policlínico Chiqui Gómez en Santa Clara, Cuba desde octubre 2012 a septiembre 2014; las mismas fueron vistas en los tres trimestres de la gestación (190 o sólo en el primero y en el tercer trimestre (66, las que conformaron los dos grupos analizados de acuerdo por la sistematicidad en la asistencia a los encuentros presenciales (consultas. Se calcularon y compararon las ganancias de peso según grupo de pertenencia y estado nutricional pregestacional.  Se usaron métodos de estadística descriptiva y de comparación de grupos por estado nutricional. Resultados: Las gestantes con mayor asistencia a las consultas mostraron durante el segundo trimestre un mayor ajuste a  las ganancias de peso recomendadas, lo cual no pudo comprobarse estadísticamente en el tercer trimestre; no obstante la cuantía de ganancia de peso en las obesas y sobrepeso, en este trimestre, fue menor  que en aquellas que no asistieron regularmente a las consultas.  Conclusiones: La sistematicidad  y personalización de acciones ejecutadas en embarazadas, se asoció a mejor adherencia a la ganancia de peso recomendadas en el segundo trimestre; así como con una disminución de la cuantía de ganancia ponderal, en aquellas pacientes con sobrepeso y obesidad durante el tercer trimestre.

  13. Evaluación de acciones explosivas sobre estructuras de hormigón armado mediante elementos finitos

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    Bermejo, M.

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Explosive phenomena on concrete structures have catastrophic effects in many instances despite its reduced occurrence. The civil buildings are usually not designed to withstand this type of dynamic load, so a methodology to analyze the structural response on blast loads is recommended. This paper studies the behavior of reinforced concrete frame structures against these actions by lagrangian finite elements method with explicit time integration. Finite element models of segregated concrete and rebar are used to make possible the study of structure parts as columns and slabs, but is not possible to use these detailed models in complete structures because of excessive computational costs. Shell and beam elements models properly calibrated are needed to obtain a similar response. Conclusions and practical recommendations are provided for the use and calibration of models and realistic simulations.El fenómeno de explosión sobre estructuras de hormigón tiene efectos en muchos casos catastróficos a pesar de su reducida frecuencia. Las edificaciones civiles no suelen estar diseñadas para resistir este tipo de solicitación dinámica, por lo que conviene disponer de una metodología que permita analizar los efectos de las explosiones sobre las mismas. Este trabajo estudia el comportamiento de las estructuras reticuladas de hormigón armado frente a estas acciones, mediante métodos numéricos de elementos finitos lagrangianos con integración explícita en el tiempo. Se analizan de forma realista partes de la estructura como columnas y forjados usando modelos con hormigón y armaduras de forma segregada, pero las limitaciones computacionales los hacen inviables para estructuras completas. Se proponen modelos de elementos lámina y viga debidamente calibrados para obtener una respuesta similar. Se obtienen conclusiones para el uso y calibración de modelos y simulaciones realistas de edificios completos para estudios de seguridad.

  14. Potenciando acciones socio educativas en la práctica deportiva del Tenis de mesa en las edades escolares

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    Asunción Pérez

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available La práctica deportiva desde los 7 años de edad, debe propiciarse, teniendo en cuenta las características psicológicas del niño y del deporte en específico. En este sentido es importante perfeccionar en ellos la coordinación, el desarrollo de la rapidez o precisión de los movimientos así como orientar sus conductas individuales y grupales, determinando su actitud positiva en la formación de la personalidad al concientizar las posibilidades con las que cuentan para cumplir con el pronóstico de sus resultados y de su propio rendimiento, siendo necesario un proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje deportivo personológico - desarrollador, que estimule la educación en valores, cualidades volitivas, rasgos del carácter para el talento deportivo, por cuanto, estos atletas podrán experimentar la selección y participación a nivel competitivo. El trabajo considera la aplicación de acciones socio – educativas evaluadas cualitativamente al realizar una valoración e interpretación de las mismas en atletas escolares del deporte Tenis de Mesa de Santiago de Cuba durante dos cursos, con contenidos significativos para la Identidad Deportiva, Motivación y Relaciones Interpersonales, evidenciándose el protagonismo, permitiéndole reflexionar con relación a sus aspiraciones, expectativas y logros, al proporcionar el desarrollo del razonamiento y habilidades de comunicación con el equipo, a partir de brindar una alternativa de solución en el banco de problemas del INDER Provincial logrando un mayor compromiso del atleta en el proceso de su crecimiento personal, social y deportivo.

  15. Evolución de las acciones educativas en el exterior (AEE de España en Francia

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    Mª Remedios González

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    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza cómo se enfrentan los alumnos que terminan el Bachillerato a su futuro laboral y formativo a través de una encuesta realizadas en la primavera del 2011 a alumnos del distrito madrileño de la Universidad Complutense, entre los que se encuentran los del Liceo Español de París. La comparación entre los resultados de los alumnos del Liceo y los de sus compañeros parece indicar un cambio de modelo en los receptores de las acciones educativas españolas en el exterior. Por otro lado y desde hace años, la política común y los objetivos educativos europeos han estado marcados por la llamada «Estrategia de Lisboa» que ha apostado por empleos de calidad, basados en la formación, que llevarían a la innovación y al desarrollo tecnológico y esta política debería tener refl ejo en las expectativas de los alumnos. La situación de crisis económica que atraviesa Europa y en particular España, desde el 2008, introduce un nuevo escenario que puede influir en la toma de decisiones en este periodo tan significativo de final de la Enseñanza Secundaria que coincide con la incorporación de los alumnos a la ciudadanía plena y, en ocasiones, con su incorporación al mundo laboral.This article discusses how to confront students completing high school to their future employment and training through a survey conducted in the spring of 2011 with students in the Madrid’s district of Complutense University, among which are those of the Spanish Lyceum of Paris. The comparison between the results of the Lyceum students and their peers suggests a paradigm shift in the receptor of Spanish international education actions. On the other hand and for years now, the common policies and the European educational objectives have been marked by the «Lisbon Strategy » which has made a high bet on quality jobs, based on good education, which would lead to innovation and technological development and this policy should be reflected in

  16. Inter-Accions. Una experiència transdisciplinària en un context pedagògic col·lectiu

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    Marta Carrasco-Bonet; Sergi Selvas-Gardeñas

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    Inter-Accions es un proyecto pedagógico colectivo interuniversitario que trabaja desde la autogestión y la transdisciplinariedad arte-arquitectura. Es un proyecto de estudiantes y para los estudiantes de estos dos campos que se propone por la necesidad de abrir espacios autónomos de aprendizaje dentro de la misma institución. El objetivo principal de la propuesta es construir un espacio de experimentación donde sea posible trabajar sobre la gestión colectiva del aprendizaje más allá de los co...

  17. Acciones de lucha contra la desertificación en ambientes semiáridos en el noroeste de Tamaulipas, México

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    Andrade Limas, Elizabeth del C.; Espinosa Ramírez, Martin; Romero Díaz, María Asunción

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    En la Cuenca de Burgos, Tamaulipas (México), se realizaron acciones de lucha contra la desertifi cación para ayudar a la conservación de suelo y agua. El trabajo se efectuó en dos etapas 2005-2007 y 2008-2009 en lugares con problemas de erosión por pérdida de cobertura vegetal y deforestación causada por la agricultura y las actividades industriales. El objetivo fue estabilizar el ecosistema para conservar y manejar los recursos naturales, incrementar la producción agropecuaria, mejorar la co...

  18. Decolonizando acciones públicas contra el feminicidio con cuerpos disidentes: el performance y la plataforma arte acción en Chiapas México

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    Brittany Chávez

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Proponemos una forma alternativa de denunciar y visibilizar la violencia feminicida en la región de Chiapas por medio de la plataforma de performance y activismo Arte Acción. Tres partes constituyen este artículo: la situación del feminicidio en Chiapas y nuestra metodología desde lo erótico, lo decolonial y lo pedagógico; la creación de la memoria colectiva a través de acciones públicas; y nuestro trabajo continuado con la plataforma como un modo de activismo alternativo.

  19. Colectivo Acciones de Arte (C.A.D.A.), 1979-1985. El arte es la ciudad y los cuerpos ciudadanos desnutridos

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    Godoy Vega, Francisco

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    Este ensayo aborda el trabajo desarrollado por el Colectivo Acciones de Arte (C.A.D.A), que funcionó en Chile entre 1979 y 1985. El trabajo aborda particularmente su rol en relación con la conformación de una ciudad y unas ciudadanías que serían capaces de revertir y/o reinventar la precariedad de sus condiciones de vida en dictadura a partir de procesos de subjetivación y ampliación de los niveles de vida. Finalmente, el ensayo aborda ciertas formas de activación de sus propuestas e...

  20. Políticas de los cuerpos y emociones en los sujetos involucrados en acciones colectivas en la ciudad de Villa María

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    Adrián Scribano

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo pretende dar cuenta, parcialmente, de la estructura de las sensibilidades sociales elaboradas a partir de la crisis del 2001 en la Argentina, a través de una indagación sistemática desde la voz de los sujetos que participaron en acciones colectivas durante la aludida crisis en la ciudad de Villa María, Córdoba. En el marco de dicho objetivo se identifican, describen y analizan las estructuras de sensibilidad que persisten a través del tiempo configuradas por el miedo, la resignación, la impotencia y la parálisis.

  1. Políticas de los cuerpos y emociones en los sujetos involucrados en acciones colectivas en la ciudad de Villa María, 2001-2008

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    Adrián Scribano

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo pretende dar cuenta, parcialmente, de la estructura de las sensibilidades sociales elaboradas a partir de la crisis del 2001 en la Argentina, a través de una indagación sistemática desde la voz de los sujetos que participaron en acciones colectivas durante la aludida crisis en la ciudad de Villa María, Córdoba.En el marco de dicho objetivo se identifican, describen y analizan las estructuras de sensibilidad que persisten a través del tiempo configuradas por el miedo, la resignación, la impotencia y la parálisis.

  2. Aplicación del modelo CAPM para la valoración de acciones en el mercado integrado latinoamericano MILA

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    El presente trabajo aplica el modelo CAPM y evalùa su validez para la valoración de acciones en el Mercado Integrado Latinoamericano (MILA):. Primero se caracterizaron de manera comparativa los mercados bursàtiles de Colombia, Chile y Perú. Luego se aplicó el modelo CAPM obteniendo los parámetros que caracterizan cada uno de los activos de una muestra seleccionada en un primer periodo base. Finalmente, se analizó la validez del modelo construyendo carteras de inversiòn y probando los resultad...

  3. Los hospitales de soporte combativo para la práctica quirúrgica contemporánea en escenarios de acciones combativas

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    Velázquez Pupo, Alejandro; Martínez Alvarado, Miguel Vicente; Escalona Blanchey, Yanet; Menéndez López, José Rogelio

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    Las demandas de la práctica quirúrgica contemporánea en los escenarios de acciones combativas crecen tanto por la cantidad de las heridas de guerra que ameritan una intervención quirúrgica, como por la calidad y destrucción que los agentes vulnerantes contemporáneos disponibles producen. Eso provoca que los servicios médicos procuren proporcionar buenas prácticas quirúrgicas en los escenarios más hostiles imaginables. Para ello, fue necesario dotar a las instituciones médicas desplegadas de u...

  4. Métodos de entrenamiento de la fuerza para la mejora de las acciones en el fútbol [Strength Training Methods for Improving Actions in Football

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    Raya González, Javier; Sánchez Sánchez, Javier

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    Debido a las características específicas del fútbol, donde las acciones de alta intensidad como saltos y cambios de dirección pueden llegar a ser factores determinantes para conseguir el éxito deportivo, incluir el entrenamiento de fuerza en las planificaciones de entrenamiento en fútbol se hace imprescindible. En función de las variables sobre las que se quiera incidir y del momento de la temporada, se deberá elegir un método de entrenamiento de la fuerza concreto, por lo que el conocimiento...

  5. Las formas de reparación en la responsabilidad del Estado: hacia su unificación sustancial en todas las acciones contra el Estado

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    Juan Carlos Henao

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo comporta un análisis crítico de la reparación del daño en el derecho administrativo colombiano. A partir del estudio de las nociones de ‘daño’ y ‘reparación’, esenciales para la atribución de responsabilidad civil, se demuestra el carácter limitado del entendimiento clásico de la responsabilidad extracontractual del Estado. Así pues, el artículo propone una comprensión de la reparación a partir del criterio de ‘universalización’, con independencia de las acciones por medio de las cuales se persiga una condena del Estado. Además, hace un estudio sobre los medios de control consagrados en el Código de Procedimiento Administrativo y de lo Contencioso Administrativo, y las acciones constitucionales a la luz de las diversas formas de reparación del daño.

  6. Action of uranium on pre implanted mouse embryos; Accion del uranio sobre los embriones de preimplantacion de raton

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    Kundt, Miriam S [Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, General San Martin (Argentina). Dept. de Radiobiologia

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    hipoploidia se incrementa de forma dosis dependiente a 3,45; 44,45 y 50.34, en las concentraciones de 26, 52 y 104 {mu}gU/ml respectivamente. Para este tipo de estudios, las mediciones citofotometricas resultan ser mas eficaces que las tecnicas citogeneticas tradicionales, dado que este metodo permite evaluar todos los nucleos sin importar el momento del ciclo celular en que se encuentran. Estos datos demuestran que una buena morfologia embrionaria no necesariamente se relaciona con una buena calidad genetica. El aporte de este trabajo es mostrar los efectos citotoxicos, genotoxicos y embriotoxicos del uranio, desde los aspectos del ambito celular y del desarrollo, como asi tambien los efectos sobre un grupo de celulas totipotenciales como son las celulas embrionarias. Se muestra que el modelo empleado es sumamente sensible y aporta nuevos y originales datos para interpretar los mecanismos de accion del uranio como contaminante ambiental y ocupacional considerandose que podria emplearse para la comprension de los efectos y mecanismos de accion de otros compuestos. (autor)

  7. Los instrumentos convertibles en acciones para la financiación empresarial en un entorno económico de restricción del crédito bancario

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    Rodríguez Monroy, Carlos; Huerga, Ángel

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    (SPA) Los bonos convertibles en acciones son instrumentos de financiación corporativa que en general comparten varias de las características de las emisiones de deuda senior corporativa, como el pago regular y fijado de cupones, vencimiento definido, momento en el que se repaga la totalidad del principal, y prelación en caso de default con respecto a otras obligaciones crediticias. En cambio, el repago del principal se ofrecerá bajo determinadas circunstancias en acciones de la compañía emiso...

  8. Acciones políticas y proyectos económicos en Guanajuato frente al conflicto de la Sierra Gorda 1847-1852

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    Carlos Armando Preciado de Alba

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available Las revoluciones europeas de 1848 inquietaron a grandes sectores de la clase política mexicana pues fueron percibidas como un peligro para el orden social. Asimismo, en esos años, conflictos regionales como la Guerra de Castas y la rebelión en la Sierra Gorda amenazaban con trascender al ámbito nacional. Las autoridades guanajuatenses trataron de impulsar acciones políticas y económicas para controlar a la población. El artículo aborda el proyecto para la construcción de un presidio en la población serrana de Atargea, el cual, además de desincentivar potenciales brotes de violencia, buscaría reactivar la industria minera de la región.

  9. “Conecta NOW” : rompiendo la brecha digital en colectivos en riesgo de exclusión social mediante acciones de alfabetización digital

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    Aguilera, Pedro

    2010-01-01

    Conecta NOW es una iniciativa de la Fundación Esplai en Colaboración con Microsoft y varias AAPP., que tiene como objetivo la reducción de la brecha digital entre colectivos en riesgo de exclusión social, además cuenta con tres objetivos específicos, la mejora de la empleabilidad , la eliminación de fronteras físicas y mentales en el acceso a las TICs y la promoción de los jóvenes como un grupo comprometido y activo en acciones de mejora de las TICs y la promoción de una ciudadanía activa med...

  10. Acciones colectivas como práctica de memoria, realizadas por una organización de víctimas en Medellín (Colombia

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    Jolyn Elena Castrillón

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    Full Text Available La reconstrucción de los relatos de las víctimas del conflicto armado en Colombia es una herramienta para el fortalecimiento del tejido social; esta premisa orientó la investigación que tuvo como objetivo comprender los significados y sentidos de las acciones de memoria colectiva, realizadas por personas pertenecientes a una organización de víctimas de Medellín. El estudio se realizó desde un enfoque de investigación interpretativo con diseño cualitativo, fundamentado en el método fenomenológico-hermenéutico. Las técnicas de generación de información empleadas fueron la construcción de historias de vida, talleres participativos y entrevistas semi-estructuradas. Los hallazgos refieren que el apoyo del grupo familiar es fundamental, pues establece significantes biográficos que facilitan el proceso de construcción de memoria. Además, el apoyo grupal favorece el afrontamiento del dolor, la soledad, la tristeza y la desolación. El recuerdo es importante para la elaboración del duelo, más aún si se reconstruye junto con otros. El dolor se reconoce como parte de la experiencia vivida, pero no se acepta la inacción, puesto que la búsqueda de la verdad y la reparación son los horizontes de las acciones colectivas.

  11. Indicadores de adquisición de la función simbólica en el nivel de acciones materializadas en preescolares

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    Claudia Ximena González Moreno

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Determinar cuáles son los indicadores de adquisición de la función simbólica en la zona del desarrollo próximo y actual, para el nivel de desarrollo de las acciones materializadas en niños preescolares entre los 5 y 6 años. Método. Participaron 180 preescolares de Bogotá a los que se les aplicó el protocolo de evaluación de la función simbólica (99 niños de instituciones educativas públicas y 81 niños de instituciones educativas privadas. Resultados. El nivel de desarrollo simbólico se determinó por medio de indicadores que se refieren a: (a la posibilidad de sustitución de un objeto por otro realizando las acciones características del objeto que se sustituye; (b la generalización de rasgos simbólicos; (c la esquematización; y (d la explicación reflexiva de la situación simbólica. Se discute la importancia de la evaluación de la adquisición de la función simbólica para precisar su nivel de desarrollo al final de la edad preescolar. Conclusión. La evidencia de la presencia de la función simbólica en el plano materializado es que el niño puede utilizar un objeto como un sustituto de otro, denomina tanto el objeto como la acción y reflexiona respecto la situación de sustitución que realiza.

  12. La responsabilidad social de las organizaciones: ¿Factor de ventaja competitiva? Las acciones sociales de las organizaciones en relación con el tejido social La responsabilidad social de las organizaciones: ¿Factor de ventaja competitiva? Las acciones sociales de las organizaciones en relación con el tejido social

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    Mery Gallego Franco

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available Mirar las organizaciones desde un enfoque sistémico, permite verlas como un conjunto de partesinteractuantes e interdependientes que en su dinámica conforman un sistema mayor que es lasociedad. Desde esta perspectiva puede comprenderse que cada organización afecta y es afectadapor el entorno en el cual se desenvuelve y que esta mutua relación —de beneficio o perjuicio—determina, en un alto grado, su supervivencia. Ésta es una forma de entender lo que hoy seconoce como Responsabilidad social; sin embargo, este concepto tiene antecedentes desde finalesdel siglo XIX y diversas manifestaciones a lo largo del siglo XX. Más recientemente los efectosnegativos de la globalización, entre otras razones, han forzado el surgimiento de normas, códigosde conducta, guías y otras acciones orientadas a contrarrestar dichos efectos buscando crearcondiciones de vida laboral y social más dignas.El cumplimiento de la responsabilidad por parte de cada organización es un imperativo ético,moral y social pues es desde el cumplimiento de ésta como se contribuye al fortalecimiento y/o recuperación del Tejido Social y a la construcción de lo que se conoce como Capital Social. Toda organización debe cumplir responsabilidades sociales tanto en su interior, conel personal que en ella labora, como con los distintos sectores con los cuales interactúaconocidos hoy como Stakeholders.Approaching organizations from a systemic point of view allows us to see them as a group of interactive and interdependent parts of a larger system called society. This perspective lets us understand that each organization simultaneously affects and is affected by its environment, and this reciprocal relationship —of benefit or damage— largely determines its survival. This paper intends to explain, in a certain way, what is known today as social responsibility, although this concept has antecedents that go back to the end of the Nineteenth century and diverse

  13. Elementos finitos con acciones repartidas equivalentes de cualquier orden. Aplicación a los modelos de vigas de Timoshenko y Bernoulli-Euler

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    Romero, J. L.

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available In the context of the Finite Element Method, two possible alternatives dealing with the concept of equivalent distributed load are presented in the paper. The first consist in using few finite elements, by slightly increasing the order of the load, while the second applies the use of a greater number of elements leaving the load in the lowest possible order. Both situations are sampled with application to the Timoshenko and Bernoulli-Euler beam models, with different orders of load are used. These equivalent distributed loads are the result of applying Legendre orthogonal polynomial approximations, to the original load, in each element. The most noteworthy conclusion is that when the least possible number of finite elements is used (i.e., one also for considering low level of regularity load cases only equivalent distributed loads of slightly higher than minimum order (four were needed to obtain an excellent approximation when computing the deflections, rotations, bending moments and shear forces inside the elements.En este trabajo se introducen, en el contexto del Método de Elementos Finitos, dos alternativas posibles en relación con el concepto de acción repartida equivalente. La primera consiste en emplear pocos elementos, elevando el orden de dicha acción, mientras que la segunda se basa en emplear un mayor número de elementos dejando la acción en el orden más bajo posible. Se ilustran ambas situaciones mediante aplicaciones a los modelos de vigas de Timoshenko y Bernoulli-Euler, empleando estas acciones con diferentes órdenes, las cuales aproximan a la acción original, mediante polinomios ortogonales de Legendre en cada elemento. Como conclusión destacable, se indica que cuando se considera el menor número posible de elementos, es decir uno, para los casos de carga poco regular, ha bastado con utilizar acciones repartidas equivalentes de orden ligeramente superior al mínimo (orden cuatro, para obtener una excelente aproximaci

  14. Reconocimiento en-línea de acciones humanas basado en patrones de RWE aplicado en ventanas dinámicas de momentos invariantes

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    Dennis Romero López

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En este trabajo se presenta una metodología para el reconocimiento en-línea de acciones humanas en secuencias de vídeo. Se aborda un enfoque eficiente para el uso de momentos invariantes como descriptores de imagen, aplicados en siluetas obtenidas del procesamiento de mapas de profundidad. Una comparación rápida entre ventanas de tamaño 4 (equivalente a 4 frames es realizada mediante el cómputo de la distancia de Mahalanobis, sobre una de las secuencias de momentos invariantes identificada como la menos sensible al ruido de captura y la más estable durante ausencia de movimiento. Este enfoque es usado para la detección rápida del estado de parada/movimiento, el cual permite la captura de intervalos (ventanas de crecimiento dinámico para su posterior procesamiento, rescatando de la señal contenida sus propiedades temporales y frecuenciales. Mediante la aplicación de la transformada Wavelet Haar, tres niveles de descomposición son utilizados para el cómputo de la Energía Relativa Wavelet (RWE - Relative Wavelet Energy y SSC (Slope Sign Change, obteniendo patrones 11-dimensionales. En experimentos realizados, el 97% de 4 movimientos capturados en-línea fueron reconocidos correctamente, y 10 movimientos tomados de la base de datos Muhavi-MAS fueron reconocidos con 94,2% de efectividad. Abstract: This paper presents a methodology for online human action recognition on video sequences. It addresses an efficient approach to use invariant moments as image descriptors, applied in processing silhouettes obtained from depth maps. A quick comparison between size-4 windows (equivalent to 4 frames is performed by computing the Mahalanobis distance, on one of the invariant moment sequences identified as less sensitive to noise and more stable during movement absence. This approach is used for rapid detection of the idle/motion state, which allows the capture of dynamic growth intervals (windows for further processing, rescuing from

  15. Propuesta de programa de acciones para la promoción cultural en las Sedes Universitarias Municipales de Cultura Física

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    María Ofelia de Armas Álvarez

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available La Reforma Universitaria de 1962, definió el papel de la Universidad en la formación integral de los profesionales que el país demandaba y su contribución a la elevación del nivel cultural del pueblo y la necesidad del intercambio científico y cultural con el mundo. La revolución educacional que actualmente se lleva a cabo en el país, y dentro de ella la “Universalización de la Universidad “, se hace realidad con la creación de nuevos Centros de Educación Superior (micro universidades en todos los territorios, comúnmente llamadas Sedes Universitarias Municipales, que procuran hacer de los ciudadanos cubanos los más cultos del mundo. Pero para que la Universidad pueda cumplir su encargo no solo debe crear y preservar la cultura, sino que además debe promoverla, satisfaciendo necesidad sociales y propiciando el desarrollo cultural de la colectividad. La promoción constituye una manifestación de la relación universidad – sociedad y se manifiesta con el desarrollo de acciones encaminadas a la creación de valores culturales, la conservación de los ya creados, su difusión y disfrute. Las SUM de Cultura Física propician con su carácter social y la relación activa cultura – población, la participación de ésta en el disfrute de la vida y la asimilacióne incorporación de expresiones culturales encaminadas a la creación y pleno disfrute, nuevo e importante elemento dentro de la actuación de estos centros. Este trabajo presenta una propuesta de Plan de Acciones o actividades que contribuyan a que cada día sea más eficiente y eficaz la labor de estas novedosas instituciones docentes.

  16. CONAE's actions for the promotion of photovoltaic systems; Acciones de la CONAE para la promocion de sistemas fotovoltaicos

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    2007-06-15

    In this presentation, there are found all the processes -concerning the renewable energy- carried out by the National Commission for Energy Savings (CONAE). Firstly, it is described the role playing by the CONAE on different premises and departments either federal or private. It is found a list of those current actions carried out, among there are going to be found: to be part of the consulting council that fosters the renewable energy, to organize varied activities not only at national level but also at international level - diplomat courses, workshops, etc. - Then, it is briefly described the agreement between the Conae and the Shared Risk Trust Fund (FIRCO). In addition, it is explained the program, whose major purposes are: on the one hand, to decrease the energy expenditure, and on the other, to increase the efficient use of the energy. Generally speaking, it is shown the economic expenditure of different materials used in rural communities either in order to cook the food or to produce artificial light. Besides, there are described the current technological alternatives. There are also shown some comparison tables with outstanding information about either the materials producing light or the use cost of a photovoltaic panel. Finally, there are explained the actions that the Conae can carry out in order to promote the photovoltaic panels interconnected to the electric network. [Spanish] En esta presentacion se describen los procesos que realiza la Comision Nacional para el Ahorro de Energia (CONAE) en relacion con la energia renovable. En primer plano, se describe el papel que desempena la CONAE en diversas dependencias y departamentos no solo federales sino tambien particulares. Asimismo, se enumeran las acciones que realiza actualmente, entre las que se pueden encontrar: formar parte del consejo de consulta para el fomento de energias renovables, organizar diversas actividades a nivel nacional e internacional. Mas adelante, se describe brevemente el convenio

  17. Propuesta\tde Acciones Físicas Recreativas para\tlos los pacientes aquejados de xeroderma pigmentario “Xp” en el Municipio Santa Clara

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    María Josefa Alfonso Guirado

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available La atención a grupos con necesidades educativas especiales constituye un logro de la revolución cubana que empeña grandes esfuerzos para elevar la calidad de vida de estos sectores de la población. . En este caso se encuentran los pacientes afectados por el Xeroderma Pigmentario (XP que es una enfermedad genética provocada por la excesiva sensibilidad a los efectos de las radiaciones ultravioletas cuyas características principales son la presencia de manchas en forma de pecas, así como por oscurecimiento y la resequedad de la piel. Los pacientes pertenecientes al municipio de Santa Clara constituyen la población de la presente investigación que tiene como objetivos: diagnosticar el nivel de participación de los pacientes XP del municipio de Santa Clara en las actividades de la recreación física, diseñar un plan de acciones físico – recreativas para estimular la participación de los pacientes XP del municipio de Santa Clara en las actividades de recreación física y valorar el plan de acciones físico – recreativas a través del criterio de especialistas, para dar solución al siguiente problema científico: ¿Cómo incrementar la participación de los pacientes aquejados de Xeroderma Pigmentario del municipio de Santa Clara en las actividades de recreación física? La base metodológica material utilizada para dar cumplimiento a los objetivos de la investigación está constituida por los siguientes métodos, se utilizo del nivel teórico el estudio de documentos y del nivel empírico-experimental: la encuesta, la entrevista y el criterio de especialistas. El proceso investigativo permitió conocer los motivos por los cuales los pacientes XP del municipio de Santa Clara no participan frecuentemente en las actividades de la recreación física y corroboró que los mismos presentan un marcado interés por las actividades recreativas de carácter físico.

  18. Espacios verdes urbanos como componente de un ecosistema. Funciones, servicios, usuarios, participación de la comunidad, iniciativas y acciones

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    José G. Vargas-Hernández

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo entrega una revisión crítica respecto de la literatura especializada existente acerca de algunas características importantes de los espacios verdes urbanos, como los componentes, funciones, servicios, participación comunitaria, iniciativas y acciones desde una perspectiva eco sistémica. El análisis parte del supuesto de que los espacios verdes urbanos son ecosistemas de vital importancia para mejorar la calidad de vida en un entorno urbano y para proporcionar servicios ecosistémicos, como la biodiversidad y la regulación del clima. Por lo tanto, el espacio verde urbano es un componente esencial de un ecosistema en cualquier desarrollo comunitario. Satisfacer las necesidades de los usuarios está relacionado con las funciones y servicios que los espacios verdes urbanos proporcionan a las comunidades. La participación, el compromiso y el desarrollo de la comunidad requieren mecanismos para asegurar el cumplimiento de las necesidades y aspiraciones de los usuarios locales en la comunidad. Los métodos empleados en este análisis son la revisión de literatura y de documentos secundarios, el análisis de datos existentes acerca de usos y usuarios, y entrevistas con autoridades. Como conclusiones, el documento sugiere iniciativas ambientales, económicas y sociales para las autoridades locales y las comunidades que se pueden aplicar a todas las partes interesadas representadas e involucradas.

  19. Acciones colectivas frente a la violencia: disquisiciones a partir de un estudio de casos: Comuna 13 de Medellín (Colombia

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    Mary Luz Alzate Zuluaga

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se analizan las modalidades y estrategias de acción que los sujetos colectivos producen para enfrentar la violencia, a partir de un estudio de casos de acciones colectivas producidas en el contexto del conflicto interno armado colombiano, caracterizándolas como modalidades de acción política intentando revertir, transformar o alterar las relaciones de poder que a través de tal violencia se pretende implantar. Concluyendo en la emergencia de un nuevo escenario de lo público, que plantea la existencia de orientaciones y formas de acción opositoras a la dominación armada, e ilustradoras de una pluralidad de alternativas culturales, políticas y sociales civilistas y democráticas.This article discusses the modalities and strategies that produce collective subjects to deal with violence, from a case study of collective action produced in the context of the Colombian internal armed conflict, characterizing them as forms of political action trying to reverse, transform or alter the power relations through such violence is intended to implement. Ending in the emergence of a new stage of the public, positing the existence of guidelines and forms of action armed opposition to domination and illustrations of a plurality of alternative cultural, political and social civility and democratic.

  20. PROMOCIÓN DE LA SALUD Y EDUCACIÓN FÍSICA ESCOLAR. DISCURSOS, ACCIONES Y PRETENSIONES EN INSTITUCIONES EDUCATIVAS DE MEDELLÍN

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    Víctor Alonso Molina Bedoya

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available El artículo presenta los resultados alusivos a la articulación de los direccionamientos de las instituciones educativas de Medellín y los encaminamientos de los organismos responsables de la política pública en el campo de la educación física, el deporte y la recreación desde una intención por la promoción de la salud. La investigación ha tenido como propósito diseñar de manera participativa en las instituciones educativas de Medellín una propuesta de indicadores de gestión que articulen necesidades e intereses de carácter local y global relacionados con la promoción de la salud. La investigación se inscribe en el enfoque de la investigación acción participativa en educación y se aborda a partir de dos momentos: deconstrucción y reconstrucción, las herramientas han sido talleres colectivos y encuestas. Se ha evidenciado una apuesta por la promoción de la salud en las instituciones, pero se demanda igualmente de indicadores cualitativos y/o cuantitativos, al igual que de acciones reflexivas para la construcción de verdaderos proyectos de escuelas saludables.

  1. Diagnóstico y acciones para la acreditación del laboratorio de ensayo de la Refinería Sergio Soto.

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    Senia Figueroa García

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available La necesidad de resultados confiables en el laboratorio de ensayos de la empresa Refinería de Petróleo de Cabaiguán y la importancia de sus producciones como portadores energéticos utilizados fundamentalmente en el transporte automotor y la generación de energía eléctrica, constituyen las premisas de este trabajo, que propone un diagnóstico de la situación actual del laboratorio para enfrentar la acreditación. Se identifican las principales causas que influyen en este proceso, se utilizan herramientas básicas de la calidad; se destaca la tormenta de ideas, el Diagrama Causa-Efecto y de Pareto. El resultado muestra la necesidad de enfocar los esfuerzos en resolver los problemas relacionados con las causas de la categoría Equipos: falta de equipos y piezas de repuesto, equipos obsoletos y mantenimiento preventivo; también se destaca lo relativo a las causas de la categoría Métodos: falta de un Programa de Auditorías Internas, y de procedimientos documentados que aseguran la calidad de sus resultados. Se tomaron un grupo de acciones que contribuyen a resolver las dificultades detectadas, con vistas a solicitar la acreditación del laboratorio de ensayos a las autoridades competentes.

  2. Funciones y estrategias socioeducativas de los técnicos comunitarios en procesos de evaluación participativa de acciones comunitarias (EPAC (resumen de tesis

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    Héctor Núñez

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Contar con la implicación de diversos agentes en los procesos de evaluación en el ámbito comunitario es una realidad altamente aceptada en el contexto anglosajón; en donde fundaciones y organismos públicos que financian proyectos consideran que las evaluaciones basadas en la participación de todos los implicados dentro de un programa, sean éstos (a políticos, (b gestores, (c implementadores y (d usuarios pueden mejorar la calidad de los resultados de evaluación. Por otra parte, parece necesario que las organizaciones del ámbito comunitario y sus profesionales tengan competencias evaluadoras que permitan llevar a cabo acciones de evaluación de los programas que desarrollan, con el doble objetivo de: 1 gestionar mejor los recursos y 2 mejorar las intervenciones sociales y educativas planteadas.

  3. Alteraciones en el reconocimiento de gestos por daño a nivel del praxicon de entrada de acciones. (Agnosia de las pantomimas

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    Daniel G. Politis

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available Clásicamente el estudio de la apraxia estuvo limitado a los problemas en la ejecución gestual (Geschwind, 1965; Liepmann, 1908 [c.f. De Renzi, 1990]; Luria, 1977. Si bien se presentaron varias hipótesis sobre la capacidad de reconocer gestos y su alteración por lesiones cerebrales, González Rothi, Ochipa y Heilman (1991,1997 en su modelo cognitivo de las apraxias de los miembros incluyen la capacidad de reconocer gestos y proponen que la misma es mediada por un sub-componente específico, el praxicón de entrada de acciones. La alteración de este produce un cuadro caracterizado por un déficit en el reconocimiento de gestos que denominaron Agnosia de las Pantomimas. En este trabajo se presenta el estudio de un paciente con dificultades en el reconocimiento de gestos y sin dificultades en la producción gesrual lo que constituye una disociación, que reafirma la hipótesis planteada por González Rothi y colaboradores (1991, 1997 y se discute el valor de estos hallazgos en relación con el modelo antes mencionado.

  4. Modelo DIL-D ©: diagnosticando las acciones de responsabilidad social corporativa centradas en la integración laboral de personas con discapacidad

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    Marina Romeo Delgado

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available El principal objetivo de la presente investigación es analizar y diagnosticar el grado de implantación y desarrollo de las acciones de responsabilidad social corporativa que facilitan la integración laboral de personas con discapacidad (RSC-D. Para ello hemos desarrollado un modelo clasificatorio (Modelo DIL-D © y un instrumento diagnóstico que dota de herramientas objetivas a los profesionales, en aras de fomentar la integración laboral de personas con discapacidad. El instrumento desarrollado se ha administrado a responsables RSC y/o de RRHH de 42 empresas. Los resultados nos muestran la confiabilidad del instrumento, así como el ajuste del Modelo. Dos tercios de las empresas obtienen niveles altos de desarrollo en todas las dimensiones, si bien un 34,5 % bajos. El modelo establece las pautas de intervención que la empresa ordinaria debe seguir en aras de promover la integración laboral, facilitando las herramientas de diagnóstico que promueven la creación de entornos integradores.

  5. Recorrer e intervenir estéticamente el espacio público. Acciones de resistencia visual en protestas sobre violencia policial y desapariciones forzadas durante la democracia

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    Roberta Rodrigues

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza las tácticas de protestas en el espacio público a través de intervenciones estéticas, considerando el arte callejero un medio de resistencia visual en reclamos sobre la violencia y desaparición forzada, que afectan a las emociones y convocan a la memoria. Sus productores son equilibristas que desarticulan los términos de lo político y los clarifican en su acción, a fin de establecer una comunicación por medio de las emociones. A través de su acción, promueven territorializaciones con función discursiva, que subvierten el orden hegemónico y fomentan la creación de vínculos en un gesto de ruptura con la impunidad, interpelando y reivindicando sobre la represión; en la capacidad de reinterpretación, y en transformación hacia la reflexión crítica y el desarrollo de nuevas acciones de protestas y resistencia.

  6. La financiación por medio de acciones privilegiadas : una reflexión sobre su aplicación en algunas empresas ferroviarias españolas durante el siglo XX

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    Miguel Ángel Villacorta Hernández

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Históricamente, las empresas ferroviarias españolas se financiaron por medio de empréstitos, en menor medida mediante acciones ordinarias y, de forma casi testimonial, con híbridos financieros. Esta investigación pretende detallar las posibles ventajas que hubiera supuesto, para estas compañías, la financiación por medio de clases de acciones y otros híbridos financieros.Historically, the Spanish railway companies were financed through borrowing, to a lesser degree by stock and, almost testimonial with hybrid financing. This research aims to describe the potential benefits that would have led, to these companies, financing through class actions and other financial hybrids.

  7. Investigaccion-accion en la sala de clases sobre las creencias de la cultura de la ciencia de un grupo de estudiantes universitarios y su relacion reciproca con el aprendizaje de las ciencias biologicas

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    Cordova-Santiago, Lizzette Astrid

    La investigacion---accion que se llevo a cabo en la sala de clases tenia como punto de partida las creencias de la cultura de la ciencia de un grupo de estudiantes universitarios para luego examinar sus implicaciones en el proceso de aprendizaje de las Ciencias Biologicas. ¿Que se supone que hagan las creencias en relacion con el aprendizaje? ¿En que consiste incorporar este aspecto a la practica educativa universitaria? Utilizando el modelo de Kemmis y McTaggart (1987) la investigacion-accion se planteo como un proceso dinamico en cuatro momentos en espiral constituidos por la planificacion, la accion, la observacion y la reflexion. Cada una de las fases tuvo una intencion retrospectiva y prospectiva formando una espiral de autorreflexion del conocimiento y la accion. Se llevaron a cabo audio grabaciones en clases y analisis de documentos. Ademas, la profesora-investigadora hizo un portafolio para reflexionar sobre las creencias de la cultura de la ciencia que tienen los estudiantes y las creencias del aprendizaje que tiene la profesora y sobre como la comprension de estos elementos ayudo a mejorar su practica educativa a traves del tiempo. Los resultados obtenidos apuntan a que las creencias de la cultura de la ciencia que tiene el grupo de estudiantes son diversas. Ellos si creen que la ciencia tiene una cultura la cual describieron como: complicada y desconocida que evoluciona constantemente, que es un conjunto de metodos, que es altamente tecnologica, que resuelve problemas de salud, ayuda a interpretar la realidad del mundo que los rodea y su origen y que existen unas intersecciones entre la ciencia y el poder. Sobre las creencias del proceso de aprendizaje de la profesora-investigadora, estas senalan que el modelaje de actores, la vision de la academia que tiene ella asi como la participacion y negociacion entre todos los involucrados en el proceso educativo, son factores que inciden en el proceso de aprendizaje.

  8. Ações participativas em uma comunidade virtual de enfermagem Acciones participativas en una comunidad virtual de enfemería Participating actions in a nursing virtual community

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    Jaqueline Santos de Andrade Martins

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available O estudo aborda a interação no âmbito da Enfermagem em ambientes virtuais, ressaltando sua importância para o cuidado e aprendizagem da profissão. Objetivos: Propor uma categorização de ações participativas expressas em mensagens de identidades virtuais de uma comunidade de enfermagem; e verificar a distribuição das categorias de ações participativas, de modo a correlacioná-las com o processo de interação na comunidade virtual. Métodos: Estudo exploratório de abordagem quantitativa, com análise de conteúdo textual e estatística descritiva. Verificaram-se nove categorias para as ações participativas. Resultados: As categorias para as ações participativas mais prevalentes foram comentário, questionamento e resposta, sendo denominadas tríade da conversação. Conclusão: Pontua-se a validade em tomar as ações participativas como elementos básicos indicativos de interações e transações na perspectiva sistêmica aplicada à Enfermagem. Esta compreensão traz contribuições para uma melhor caracterização de ambientes, indivíduos e suas relações no espaço virtual da Internet.Este estudio se ocupa de la interacción de la enfermería en ambientes virtuales y su importancia para la atención y el aprendizaje de la enfermería. Objetivos: Proponer una clasificación de las cuotas de participación que se expresa en los mensajes de participación en una comunidad virtual de la enfermería, y comprobar la distribución de las categorías de acciones participativas con el fin de caracterizar la interacción en la comunidad virtual. Métodos: Estudio exploratorio de enfoque cuantitativo, con análise del contenido y con estadísticas descriptivas. Resultados: Las nueve categorías más prevalentes para el tipo de participación fueron comentarios, preguntas y respuestas que se llamaron "tríada de la conversación". Conclusión: Hay una validad del acciones participativas en la interacción y transición. Este

  9. Evaluación de la eficacia de un nuevo sistema de planificación de acciones de salud en la atención primaria

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    Félix J. Sansó Soberats

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available Con vistas a evaluar la eficacia de un nuevo sistema que planifica acciones de salud en la Atención Primaria, realizamos un estudio descriptivo de índole retrospectiva en un consultorio médico donde se viene realizando un pilotaje. Con el nuevo sistema, la planificación la realiza el equipo de salud, apoyándose en una tarjeta diseñada al efecto. Se prefirió evaluar su eficacia, partiendo de la evaluación del seguimiento realizado al paciente hipertenso antes y después de implementando este método; se estudiaron todas las historias clínicas de estos pacientes en el consultorio. Se analizaron las consultas y terrenos realizados y se contabilizaron aquéllos que constituyeron controles al hipertenso. En cada caso se tuvo en cuenta el tipo de control (consulta o terreno, la compensación o no de la TA, si cada descompensación tuvo seguimiento y si al final de cada control se reflejó o no cuándo sería el próximo. Finalmente se realizó una comparación entre la etapa previa (2 1/2 años y la posterior al establecimiento del nuevo sistema (7 meses. Con el nuevo método de planificación se pudo conocer el incremento notable del número de hipertensos diagnosticados en el consultorio; al 100 % se le realizó al menos un control en el período y se mejoró el seguimiento al paciente descompensado. Se concluye que la nueva tarjeta de planificación de acciones de salud en el seguimiento y control del paciente hipertenso, resulta una alternativa más eficaz que el método tradicional vigente.In order to evaluate the efficiency of a new system to plan health actions at the primary health care level, a descriptive retrospective study was conducted at a family physician office where a pilot study is being carried out. With the new system, the health team makes planning supported by a card designed to that end. It was preferred to evaluate its efficacy starting from the evaluation of the follow-up of the hypertensive patient before and after

  10. Inter-Accions. Una experiència transdisciplinària en un context pedagògic col·lectiu

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    Marta Carrasco-Bonet

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Inter-Accions és un projecte pedagògic col·lectiu interuniversitari que treballa des de l'autogestió i la transdisciplinarietat art-arquitectura. És un projecte d’estudiants i per als estudiants d’aquests dos camps que es proposa davant la necessitat d’obrir espais autònoms d’aprenentatge dins la mateixa institució. L’objectiu principal de la proposta és construir un espai d’experimentació on sigui possible treballar sobre la gestió col·lectiva de l’aprenentatge més enllà dels continguts i els resultats. Des d’una perspectiva crítica i en un context acadèmic es proposa aquesta experiència per tal que arquitectes i artistes comparteixin rols i que, a partir del treball col·lectiu i col·laboratiu basat en la idea de codi obert, arribin a establir noves metodologies útils, pràctiques i crítiques aplicables al desenvolupament del seu treball sobre la ciutat. Els projectes que s’han desenvolupat en el marc dels diferents tallers prenen la ciutat com a espai de reflexió i d’intervenció, i permeten arribar a la conclusió que ha estat més determinant l’interès en els mètodes i processos d’aproximació i l’interès en els processos de creació i d’aprenentatge que la voluntat d’aconseguir resultats finalistes. Aquest projecte s’està desenvolupant avui en el marc d’una Assignatura d’Extensió Universitària anomenada “Cartografia Artística” a la Universitat de Barcelona.

  11. Acciones para el uso del tiempo libre en niños adictos a la tecnología en las comunidades

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    Miguel Lourenco

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En pleno siglo XXI marcado por una situación que las naciones más poderosas y pobres, en que la informática, la biotecnología, la tecnología como nuevas energías y novedosos materiales del trabajo para la sociedad aumentando la producción y la productividad en las diversas ramas del saber. A pesar de los resultados agradables también traen consecuencias negativas en el proceso de formación integral del niño; la cuestión radica en que los niños por su mayoría ya no le prestan mucha atención las actividades naturales, sino las más modernas esto entorpece el desarrollo de la personalidad de los niños. Como consecuencia diariamente en el mundo se incrementa la cantidad de niños adictos a la tecnología según varias informaciones dadas por los especialistas de la salud, causándoles enfermedades, cardiovasculares, diabetes, problemas emocionales, mentales, distracciones, afectando así el proceso de formación de valores, por este propósito en este trabajo se reflejará como influye de forma negativa la adicción de la tecnología en las edades tempranas, donde proponemos acciones para el uso del tiempo libre en niños adictos al tecnología en las comunidades.

  12. Revistas científicas de las universidades españolas: acciones básicas para aumentar su difusión e impacto

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    Abadal, Ernest

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available A description of the current situation of scholarly journals from Spanish universities with the aim of highlighting certain actions to improve their dissemination. First, quantitative data is offered regarding the university scientific journals that originate from journal directories (essentially, Cindoc, Ulrich’s and Latindex. It then sets out a set of seven basic lines of action to improve their dissemination and impact: content digitalisation, inclusion on portals, free access dissemination, creation of multilingual versions, communication of new features, audience measuring and inclusion in databases. Finally, reference is made to the main agents that may carry out this type of action

    Se describe la situación actual de las revistas científicas de las universidades españolas con el propósito de señalar algunas acciones para mejorar su difusión. En primer lugar, se ofrecen diversos datos cuantitativos sobre las revistas científicas universitarias que proceden de directorios de revistas (CINDOC, Ulrich’s y Latindex, fundamentalmente. A continuación, se señalan un conjunto de siete líneas básicas de actuación para mejorar su difusión e impacto: digitalización de contenidos, inclusión en portales, difusión en libre acceso, elaboración de versiones multilingües, comunicación de novedades, medición de la audiencia, e inclusión en bases de datos. Finalmente, se hace referencia a los principales agentes que pueden llevar a cabo este tipo de actuaciones.

  13. Medidas activas vs. acciones encubiertas

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    Guiomar Vega

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Dossier Desinformación. En 1986, se publica La KGB Hoy: Una Mano Oculta, editada por Random House, tiene 502 páginas y se parece a una "novela de misterio" con pasajes de aventura, suspenso y acción. Su autor, John Barron, reconstruyó la vida del disidente soviético, Comandante Stanislav Aleksandrovich Levchenko, quien permaneció cinco años en Japón en el centro de grandes operaciones de la KGB

  14. Un instrumento de medida para conocer las tendencias de los directivos en la priorización de las acciones de Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (RSE

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    Elsa Del Castillo Mory

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available La Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (RSE ha evolucionado como concepto. En sus inicios, las mencionesen la literatura sobre el tema vinculaban la RSE con los principios y valores corporativos. Con el paso deltiempo, estos principios y valores se han hecho tangibles en los sistemas de gestión empresarial. Es así quediversos instrumentos internacionales han recogido una gran variedad de prácticas deseables en los distintosámbitos de la actuación de la empresa. Si bien existe abundancia de instrumentos, no hay evidencia de suvalidación en términos de rigurosidad académica. El trabajo aquí presentado ha buscado sistematizar losaportes de diversos instrumentos utilizados en el ámbito internacional, y particularmente en el de Latinoamérica,para producir una escala de medida –validada estadísticamente– que permita la priorización de acciones deRSE. A partir de la aplicación de este instrumento en una muestra de cien de las más grandes empresas queoperan en el Perú, las autoras analizan la forma en que los directivos de estas organizaciones otorgan mayoro menor relevancia a los posibles campos de la actuación responsable. Una mayor comprensión de estadinámica de decisión puede contribuir al desarrollo de mecanismos más efectivos para promover en losdirectivos una visión integral de la gestión de la RSE.Los hallazgos de esta investigación dan cuenta de una visión de la RSE aún heterogénea y lejana al desarrollo deuna conceptualización integral de la actuación responsable, donde el mayor énfasis está puesto en aquellasacciones directamente identificadas con el resultado económico del negocio, en contraposición a aquellas otrasque fortalecen relaciones más amplias con otros grupos de interés de la empresa. Los ámbitos que obtuvieron laspuntuaciones promedio más elevadas fueron: «la oferta de productos y servicios al mercado» y «la gestióninterna», en contraposición con otros ámbitos que exigen una alta

  15. Incidencia de las acciones educativo nutricionales del programa integral de nutrición en la seguridad alimentaria de las zonas rurales del Perú : periodo 2008-2011

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    En los últimos años las acciones de seguridad alimentaria han ocupado un sitial de suma importancia en la Agenda de trabajo de nuestro país, ello debido a su importancia en el desarrollo de la economía nacional, como en la calidad de vida de las familias. Su amplia vinculación con diferentes actividades productivas y de carácter social, la ha ubicado como una línea de trabajo especifica de diferentes gobiernos, razón por la cual se han diseñado e implementado diferentes políticas públicas y p...

  16. Diseño de un seguro para reducir el riesgo ante las variaciones de los precios de las acciones en la bolsa de valores de lima y desarrollar el Mercado de capitales

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    Bacigalupo Pozo, Juan Alberto

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    La presente tesis, tuvo por objetivo diseñar un seguro para reducir el riesgo de los inversionistas por las variaciones de precios en el mercado de acciones en la Bolsa de Valores de Lima y a partir de ello, desarrollar el mercado de capitales. Esto se hizo posible a través de la aplicación de la hoja de encuesta a los inversionistas seleccionados (utilizando el criterio de exclusión); asimismo, se desarrolló un modelo econométrico y se ejecutó una simulación aleatoria para pro...

  17. Análisis de las acciones técnicas de los judokas cadetes participantes en el campeonato de España. (Analysis of technical actions of the judoist cadets participating in the judo championship of Spain.

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    Vicente Carratalá Deval

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available ResumenEl entrenamiento del judoka dada su amplia estructura técnica, su dimensión táctica, su estructuración por categorías de peso y la incertidumbre creada por el adversario, muestra diversos y complejos aspectos a considerar, que deben ser analizados en situación real de competición. Desde esta perspectiva, la presente investigación tiene como objetivos identificar las características técnicas y tácticas de los judokas cadetes masculinos de nivel nacional, en cada una de las categorías de peso, a través del análisis de las acciones técnicas más utilizadas por los participantes en el campeonato de España de judo cadete. La muestra está formada por 128 judokas cadetes masculinos, de los que se analizaron 121 combates. Se realizó un estudio descriptivo con el análisis de las siguientes variables: las diferentes categorías de peso, las técnicas más utilizadas para la consecución de las ventajas técnicas y el minuto del combate en el que se produce la ventaja y las sanciones arbitrales. De los resultados se extrae que los judokas se caracterizan por utilizar en mayor medida las técnicas de te-waza, con un alto porcentaje de aplicación de seoi-nage y kata-guruma, seguidas por las técnicas de sutemi-waza y las técnicas de ashi-waza. Se obtienen un elevado número de ventajas técnicas mediante sanciones arbitrales por pasividad y falso ataque. En función del tiempo, es durante el primer y segundo minuto donde se producen el mayor número de ventajas técnicas, con predominio de las técnicas de tewaza y el sutemi-waza, acentuándose las ventajas por sanción arbitral en el segundo minuto. Abstract The training of the judoka, given its wide technical structure, its tactical dimension, its division into weight categories and the uncertainty created by the adversary, shows diverse and complex aspects to be considered and analyzed in real competitive situations. From this perspective, the objective of the present research

  18. Acciones educativas para favorecer la educación ambiental a través del programa audiovisual en escolares del Taller Técnica Básica Agropecuaria.

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    Sonia Mareidy González Migueles

    2009-03-01

    El trabajo tiene como objetivo aplicar acciones educativas para favorecer la Educación Ambiental a través del Programa Audiovisual en escolares del taller Técnica Básica Agropecuaria. Las acciones educativas propuestas como solución resultaron muy efectivas, ya que los escolares fueron modelando su actuación en correspondencia con los conocimientos asimilados sobre la problemática abordada, por lo que se logró favorecer su Educación Ambiental paulatinamente. Se consideran valiosos los resultados ya que han permitido elevar el nivel de conocimiento de los educandos, al adquirir conceptos medio ambientales, reconocer y valorar actuaciones beneficiosas y perjudiciales al hombre porque provocan deterioro y ha favorecido el grado de motivación por su cuidado manifestado en el nivel de participación y el grado de satisfacción de la misma. La utilización del Programa Audiovisual propicia el desarrollo de la Educación Ambiental y la preparación laboral del alumno con necesidades educativas especiales de una forma amena, elevando el nivel de conocimiento de los escolares preparándolos con mayor eficiencia para una vida adulta e independiente.

  19. Grado de predicción del valor de las acciones ante nuevas emisiones en el sector de extracción de petróleo crudo y gas natural en Colombia, mediante modelos de caos y análisis recurrente

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    Muñoz Peña, Lina Marcela

    2015-01-01

    El presente trabajo se enfoca en el análisis de las acciones de Ecopetrol, empresa representativa del mercado de Extracción de Petróleo y Gas natural en Colombia (SP&G), durante el periodo, del 22 de mayo de 2012 al 30 de agosto de 2013. Durante este espacio de tiempo la acción sufrió una serie de variaciones en su precio las cuales se relacionaban a la nueva emisión de acciones que realizo la Compañía. Debido a este cambio en el comportamiento del activo se generaron una serie de inte...

  20. Adicciones: estrategias, intervenciones y acciones en el campo de la promoción y protección de derechos con niños y adolescentes : La herramienta REUNA

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    Tronando, Emilia

    2014-01-01

    El objetivo del presente trabajo es analizar diversas características sociodemográficas de niñas, niños y adolescentes (de aquí en más NNyA) que, presentando adicciones a sustancias, han sido abordados por los Servicios de Promoción y Protección de Derechos como así también las prácticas institucionales de la Secretaría de Niñez y Adolescencia de la Provincia de Buenos Aires vinculadas a esta problemática. Se busca describir la población abordada y las acciones desplegadas en este campo por l...

  1. Estudio de la incorporación de la población hipertensa adulto medio a la práctica de la actividad física terapéutica a partir de acciones educativas

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    M.Sc Gredert Liz Rodríguez Carnet

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available Se parte de un acercamiento al estudio de la incorporación de la población hipertensa adulto medio a la práctica de cualquier actividad física a través de la comunicación educativa. Se valoran tendencias históricas del proceso del desarrollo de actividades físico- recreativas en el adulto medio que padece hipertensión arterial con un sistema coherente de intercambio social. Se elabora además un sistema de acciones educativas para potenciar la incorporación del adulto medio a las actividades físico – recreativas., sustentado en el enfoque integral físico educativo, el modelo Transteorético para el cambio de comportamiento evaluando la factibilidad de la propuesta a partir del criterio de usuarios.

  2. Acciones estratégicas para la educación ambiental comunitaria en los estudiantes de la Universidad de Ciencias Médicas de Camagüey

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    Mayra Pollé Tertulién

    Full Text Available La investigación se desarrolla en la circunscripción número 66 del Consejo Popular Puerto Príncipe en el período 2008-2014, tiene como objetivo proponer acciones para la educación ambiental en la Circunscripción para la transformación de una cultura ambiental comunitaria. Se tuvo en cuenta las principales necesidades ambientales de sus moradores, lo que se constató a través del diagnóstico realizado previamente mediante la aplicación de un sistema de métodos y técnicas.

  3. Relevancia de los diferentes momentos del juego y de las acciones a balón parado (ABP en los rendimientos del FC Barcelona y Real Madrid durante la liga nacional de fútbol profesional 2011/12

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    Xavier Planes i Fontestad

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available El estudio se centra en la relevancia de las fases dinámicas y estáticas en los rendimientos del FC Barcelona y Real Madrid. Utilizamos la metodología observacional con el fin de tratar de asociar los diferentes Momentos o Fases del juego (MJ y las Acciones a Balón Parado (ABP con la obtención de cada uno de los goles. Para conseguirlo, hemos creado un instrumento de observación ad hoc (IOX y hemos utilizado dos instrumentos de registro (LINCE y MOTS. Para el análisis de los datos del registro y la obtención de resultados, hemos utilizado las técnicas de comparación de proporciones con el software Statgraphics, habiendo encontrado, inicialmente, diferencias significativas entre los dos equipos únicamente en la fase defensiva.

  4. La preparación del docente en la concepción curricular y formación de las acciones mentales: necesidad y actualidad en la atención a las necesidades educativas especiales

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    Agripina Colás Pons

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available Para Vigotsky el niño no percibe directamente el propio déficit, sino las dificultades sociales que se derivan de él; surge entonces la necesidad de enmarcar un currículo desde y para la atención a la diversidad de los alumnos en el que se transforme el modo de organización de la respuesta en general y, particularmente, frente a las necesidades educativas especiales. Así que se explica la importancia que tiene para la concepción del currículo, en la actualidad, las etapas de la formación de las acciones mentales, las que, al aplicarse correctamente por parte del docente garantizan un aprendizaje desarrollador y mayor calidad en los resultados deseados .

  5. Acciones de intervención organizacional para mejorar las condiciones de trabajo en el Departamento de Obras Públicas de un ayuntamiento del sur de Jalisco (México

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    Ana Anaya Velasco

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo : Desarrollar líneas de acción para un plan de mejora de las condiciones de trabajo de carácter psicosocial percibidas como áreas de oportunidad en las dimensiones organizacionales, contexto de trabajo y contenido de trabajo compuestas por cuatro factores cada una, así como las de seguridad e higiene observadas en el Departamento de Obras Públicas de un ayuntamiento del sur de Jalisco (México. Materiales y métodos : Estrategia de Investigación-Acción integrando un grupo con la participación de los principales niveles de la estructura organizacional, en un proceso de cinco pasos a partir de los resultados de una evaluación previa con la “ CTCPS-MAC ”: batería para el estudio de las condiciones de trabajo de carácter psicosocial percibidas y la observación del lugar de trabajo con base en el marco normativo mexicano. Resultados : Se obtuvieron acciones para mejorar las condiciones de trabajo percibidas como nocivas en los factores que las componen y optimizar los recursos recuperando los pasos de la estrategia de Investigación-Acción. Conclusión : Es necesario que las organizaciones con visión integral realicen un análisis de sus actividades y de las condiciones de trabajo que pueden afectar la salud, la seguridad, el entorno, la calidad y la productividad, desarrollando acciones con la participación directa del personal involucrado para mejorarlas mediante procesos de Investigación-Acción como estrategia con potencial de generar una cultura laboral de bienestar y sustentabilidad.

  6. Group X

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    Fields, Susannah

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    This project is currently under contract for research through the Department of Homeland Security until 2011. The group I was responsible for studying has to remain confidential so as not to affect the current project. All dates, reference links and authors, and other distinguishing characteristics of the original group have been removed from this report. All references to the name of this group or the individual splinter groups has been changed to 'Group X'. I have been collecting texts from a variety of sources intended for the use of recruiting and radicalizing members for Group X splinter groups for the purpose of researching the motivation and intent of leaders of those groups and their influence over the likelihood of group radicalization. This work included visiting many Group X websites to find information on splinter group leaders and finding their statements to new and old members. This proved difficult because the splinter groups of Group X are united in beliefs, but differ in public opinion. They are eager to tear each other down, prove their superiority, and yet remain anonymous. After a few weeks of intense searching, a list of eight recruiting texts and eight radicalizing texts from a variety of Group X leaders were compiled.

  7. SYSTEM OF ACTIONS TO PERFECT THE WORK OF THE GROUPS OF COMMUNITY-WORK IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF LAS TUNAS / SISTEMA DE ACCIONES PARA PERFECCIONAR LA LABOR DE LOS GRUPOS DE TRABAJO COMUNITARIO EN EL MUNICIPIO DE LAS TUNAS

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    Betsy Rodríguez Serrano

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Cuba has a series of objectives that make it different to world level, it confers him great importance to the development of the communities, because this it rebounds directly in the development of the country, numerous they have been the programs that the Revolution has been traced to improve the way of life of the society, to leave its interests and necessities. It respects the multiplicity of traditions and characteristic cultural originated by the history. It is seated in the ethical values of the hard-working class, in particular, those of contribution and mutual benefit. They keep in mind that the community is constituted by people, individuals to which the community action should arrive, I don't eat something impersonal or distant, but in a continuous and personal way. The coordination and integration of the activities, the efforts and resources of the different organisms, organizations and institutions, in achieving the most important objectives for the town, it allows a bigger coherence in their actions that will contribute to strengthen the results, on the base of the increment of the effectiveness.

  8. Integración de los actores e integralidad de las acciones en las políticas de desarrollo para la región del Golfo de Nicoya.

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    Oscar Pacheco Urpí

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available En el Golfo de Nicoya existe una diversidad de factores que influyen, tanto desde el punto de vista cultural y social y de las actividades productivas y urbanas, así como de las potestades de las instituciones del Estado y Universitarias. Indicadores como: niveles crecientes de la contaminación, la disminución de los recursos pesqueros, el aumento desmedido de la población pesquera y el deterioro paulatino en la calidad del ambiente y de vida de las comunidades costeras, muestran claramente el origen de estos fenómenos y por lo general, se tienen definidos los objetivos para alcanzar un Desarrollo Sostenible. Sin embargo, por muchos años, se ha venido percibiendo una constancia en el proceso de deterioro, sin que se logre amainar (salvo algunos casos muy concretos y mucho menos revertir el proceso. Esto no quiere decir, que no se haya tenido la preocupación y no se haya tratado de solucionar los problemas a través del desarrollo de políticas y acciones, pero no se han logrado establecer las estrategias apropiadas que permitan tomar el camino del Desarrollo. En este sentido, si bien, se tiene claridad de que es fundamental y se ha hecho los esfuerzos de ordenar, a través de la coordinación interinstitucional e intersectorial, la intervención de los diferentes actores, la verdad es que no se ha logrado la integración y se continúan dando las acciones individuales y dispersas, por lo que no se ha logrado encontrar la estructura idónea que permita constituir las acciones en un proceso común y participativo, reconocida y aceptada por los diferentes sectores, gubernamentales y no gubernamentales. Por otra parte, los enfoques y el desarrollo de acciones, probablemente, también influenciados por la falta de integración de los actores, han conllevado a que éstos no se contemplen de manera integral y no contengan la secuencia requerida de los factores para que los procesos, que inician con la investigación, culminen con la aceptaci

  9. Group Flow and Group Genius

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    Sawyer, Keith

    2015-01-01

    Keith Sawyer views the spontaneous collaboration of group creativity and improvisation actions as "group flow," which organizations can use to function at optimum levels. Sawyer establishes ideal conditions for group flow: group goals, close listening, complete concentration, being in control, blending egos, equal participation, knowing…

  10. Permutation groups

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    2012-01-01

    This volume by a prominent authority on permutation groups consists of lecture notes that provide a self-contained account of distinct classification theorems. A ready source of frequently quoted but usually inaccessible theorems, it is ideally suited for professional group theorists as well as students with a solid background in modern algebra.The three-part treatment begins with an introductory chapter and advances to an economical development of the tools of basic group theory, including group extensions, transfer theorems, and group representations and characters. The final chapter feature

  11. Group devaluation and group identification

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    Leach, C.W.; Rodriguez Mosquera, P.M.; Vliek, M.L.W.; Hirt, E.

    2010-01-01

    In three studies, we showed that increased in-group identification after (perceived or actual) group devaluation is an assertion of a (preexisting) positive social identity that counters the negative social identity implied in societal devaluation. Two studies with real-world groups used order

  12. Lie groups and algebraic groups

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    We give an exposition of certain topics in Lie groups and algebraic groups. This is not a complete ... of a polynomial equation is equivalent to the solva- bility of the equation ..... to a subgroup of the group of roots of unity in k (in particular, it is a ...

  13. Group Work

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    Wilson, Kristy J.; Brickman, Peggy; Brame, Cynthia J.

    2018-01-01

    Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics faculty are increasingly incorporating both formal and informal group work in their courses. Implementing group work can be improved by an understanding of the extensive body of educational research studies on this topic. This essay describes an online, evidence-based teaching guide published by…

  14. Reflection groups

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    2006-01-01

    In 2005, PISA organised proactive meetings of reflection groups on involvement in decision making, expert culture and ethical aspects of radiation protection.All reflection group meetings address particular targeted audiences while the output publication in book form is put forward

  15. Mulheres com idade igual ou superior a 50 anos: ações preventivas da infecção pelo HIV Mujeres com edad igual o superior a 50 años: acciones preventivas de la infección por el VIH The 50-year-old women or older: preventive actions to the HIV infection

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    Daniela Angelo de Lima Rodrigues

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Trata-se de pesquisa qualitativa que buscou verificar a adoção de ações preventivas da transmissão do HIV por mulheres com idade igual ou superior a 50 anos, moradoras em uma comunidade de baixa renda e atendidas pelo Programa Saúde da Família, no Município de São Paulo. Adotou-se como referencial teórico a Antropologia Médica e, para o tratamento dos dados, o Discurso do Sujeito Coletivo. Foram entrevistadas 13 mulheres e são apresentados três discursos: valorizando a prevenção; invisibilidade do HIV/aids; e rejeição à adesão ao preservativo. A análise mostrou que o grupo não se percebia em risco à infecção pela via sexual devido à confiança na fidelidade do parceiro. O eventual uso do preservativo foi atribuído somente à curiosidade. As ações preventivas adotadas carecem de embasamento científico. Os resultados alertam para a necessidade do planejamento e da implementação de intervenções culturalmente embasadas direcionadas ao segmento estudado.Se trata de una investigación cualitativa que buscó verificar la adopción de acciones preventivas de la transmisión del VIH por mujeres con edad igual o superior a 50 años, moradoras en una comunidad de baja renta y atendidas por el Programa Salud de la Familia, en el municipio de São Paulo, Brasil. Se adoptó como referencial teórico la Antropología Médica y, para el tratamiento de los datos, el Discurso del Sujeto Colectivo. Se entrevistaron 13 mujeres y son presentados tres discursos: valorar la prevención; invisibilidad del VIH/SIDA; rechazo a la adherencia al preservativo. El análisis apuntó que el grupo no percibió el riesgo a la infección por la vía sexual a causa de la confianza en la fidelidad del compañero. El eventual uso del preservativo fue atribuido solamente a la curiosidad. Las acciones preventivas adoptadas carecen de base científica. Los resultados alertan para la necesidad del planeamiento y de la implantación de intervenciones

  16. Ações de saúde mental na estratégia saúde da família e as tecnologias em saúde Acciones de salud mental en la estrategia salud de la familia y las tecnologías en salud Actions of mental health in family health strategy and the health technologies

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    Fernanda Barreto Mielke

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo teve o objetivo de avaliar as tecnologias em saúde utilizadas por equipes da Estratégia Saúde da Família para o desenvolvimento de ações de saúde mental no território. Estudo avaliativo qualitativo, realizado com duas equipes de saúde da família, desenvolvido por meio da Avaliação de Quarta Geração. Para a coleta de dados utilizou-se observação participante e entrevista individual. Os dados foram analisados pelo Método Comparativo Constante. Os resultados apontaram que os profissionais utilizam diversas tecnologias para a inclusão da saúde mental no território, tais como acolhimento, escuta, vínculo, visita domiciliar, discussão de casos, consulta médica e grupo terapêutico. O desenvolvimento dessas ações tem possibilitado a construção de uma nova prática em saúde mental no território que valoriza o indivíduo em sofrimento psíquico como protagonista de sua existência.El presente artículo tiene el objetivo de evaluar las tecnologías en salud utilizadas por equipos de la Estrategia Salud de la Familia para el desarrollo de acciones de salud mental en el territorio. Estudio de evaluación cualitativo, desarrollado con dos equipos de salud de la familia, por medio de la Evaluación de Cuarta Generación. Los datos fueran recogidos por medio de observación y entrevista individual. Los datos fueran analizados pelo Método Comparativo Constante. Los resultados muestran que los profesionales utilizan diversas tecnologías para la inclusión de la salud mental en el territorio, como acogimiento, escucha, vínculo, visitas en casa, discusiones de los casos, consulta medica y grupo terapéutico. El desarrollo de esas acciones posibilitan la construcción de una nueva práctica en salud mental en el territorio que valorizan el individuo en sufrimiento psíquico como protagonista de su existencia.The current article aims to assess health technologies used by Family Health Strategy teams to develop mental

  17. Acciones afirmativas como mecanismo de inclusión social en la educación superior pública: el caso de la Región Caribe Colombiana

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    Jaime Alberto Morón Cárdenas

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo se constituye en un primer insumo para la evaluación del impacto de la política de inclusión de las instituciones de educación superior de la región Caribe colombiana. El foco de atención se centra en dos aspectos: el análisis de las políticas universitarias implementadas por las siete IES públicas de la región para garantizar el acceso y permanencia de la población vulnerable, y el análisis de la dinámica presentada con la entrega de beneficios a los estudiantes matriculados entre 2005–2011 y su impacto en las tasas de deserción. Se utilizó información de acuerdos superiores y académicos, y resoluciones rectorales con las que se ofrecen beneficios a esta población, al igual que la base de datos del SPADIES. Se encontró que las acciones afirmativas implementadas por las IES se concentran en tres: académicas, financieras y de otro tipo, beneficiando al 52,7 % de los matriculados. Finalmente, para los estudiantes de estratos 1 y 2 las acciones afirmativas han buscado mejorar las condiciones de permanencia a través de apoyos de tipo financiero. Palabras clave: Acciones afirmativas; políticas de inclusión; población vulnerable; deserción.Affirmative action as social inclusion mechanism in public higher education: the case of the Colombian Caribbean RegionAbstract This article becomes the first product for the assessment about the impact of social inclusion policies on differents Higher Education Institutions (HEIs of the colombian Caribbean region. And it´s focused in two key aspects, the first one, it is the analysis of the impact of policies aimed to ensure the access and permanence of vulnerable population belong at the seven public university of the colombian Caribbean region; and another hand, the analysis about the supporting awarded to students matriculated among 2005 and 2011, and its impact on desertion rates. The information consulted was the senior and scademics agreement, and also rectoral

  18. Group theory

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    Scott, W R

    2010-01-01

    Here is a clear, well-organized coverage of the most standard theorems, including isomorphism theorems, transformations and subgroups, direct sums, abelian groups, and more. This undergraduate-level text features more than 500 exercises.

  19. Group Grammar

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    Adams, Karen

    2015-01-01

    In this article Karen Adams demonstrates how to incorporate group grammar techniques into a classroom activity. In the activity, students practice using the target grammar to do something they naturally enjoy: learning about each other.

  20. Computer group

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    Bauer, H.; Black, I.; Heusler, A.; Hoeptner, G.; Krafft, F.; Lang, R.; Moellenkamp, R.; Mueller, W.; Mueller, W.F.; Schati, C.; Schmidt, A.; Schwind, D.; Weber, G.

    1983-01-01

    The computer groups has been reorganized to take charge for the general purpose computers DEC10 and VAX and the computer network (Dataswitch, DECnet, IBM - connections to GSI and IPP, preparation for Datex-P). (orig.)

  1. Group learning

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    Pimentel, Ricardo; Noguira, Eloy Eros da Silva; Elkjær, Bente

    The article presents a study that aims at the apprehension of the group learning in a top management team composed by teachers in a Brazilian Waldorf school whose management is collective. After deciding to extend the school, they had problems recruiting teachers who were already trained based...... on the Steiner´s ideas, which created practical problems for conducting management activities. The research seeks to understand how that group of teachers collectively manage the school, facing the lack of resources, a significant heterogeneity in the relationships, and the conflicts and contradictions......, and they are interrelated to the group learning as the construction, maintenance and reconstruction of the intelligibility of practices. From this perspective, it can be said that learning is a practice and not an exceptional phenomenon. Building, maintaining and rebuilding the intelligibility is the group learning...

  2. Group technology

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    Rome, C.P.

    1976-01-01

    Group Technology has been conceptually applied to the manufacture of batch-lots of 554 machined electromechanical parts which now require 79 different types of metal-removal tools. The products have been grouped into 7 distinct families which require from 8 to 22 machines in each machine-cell. Throughput time can be significantly reduced and savings can be realized from tooling, direct-labor, and indirect-labor costs

  3. Abelian groups

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    Fuchs, László

    2015-01-01

    Written by one of the subject’s foremost experts, this book focuses on the central developments and modern methods of the advanced theory of abelian groups, while remaining accessible, as an introduction and reference, to the non-specialist. It provides a coherent source for results scattered throughout the research literature with lots of new proofs. The presentation highlights major trends that have radically changed the modern character of the subject, in particular, the use of homological methods in the structure theory of various classes of abelian groups, and the use of advanced set-theoretical methods in the study of undecidability problems. The treatment of the latter trend includes Shelah’s seminal work on the undecidability in ZFC of Whitehead’s Problem; while the treatment of the former trend includes an extensive (but non-exhaustive) study of p-groups, torsion-free groups, mixed groups, and important classes of groups arising from ring theory. To prepare the reader to tackle these topics, th...

  4. Group dynamics.

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    Scandiffio, A L

    1990-12-01

    Group dynamics play a significant role within any organization, culture, or unit. The important thing to remember with any of these structures is that they are made up of people--people with different ideas, motivations, background, and sometimes different agendas. Most groups, formal or informal, look for a leader in an effort to maintain cohesiveness of the unit. At times, that cultural bond must be developed; once developed, it must be nurtured. There are also times that one of the group no longer finds the culture comfortable and begins to act out behaviorally. It is these times that become trying for the leader as she or he attempts to remain objective when that which was once in the building phase of group cohesiveness starts to fall apart. At all times, the manager must continue to view the employee creating the disturbance as an integral part of the group. It is at this time that it is beneficial to perceive the employee exhibiting problem behaviors as a special employee, as one who needs the benefit of your experience and skills, as one who is still part of the group. It is also during this time that the manager should focus upon her or his own views in the area of power, communication, and the corporate culture of the unit that one has established before attempting to understand another's point of view. Once we understand our own motivation and accept ourselves, it is then that we may move on to offer assistance to another. Once we understand our insecurities recognizing staff dysfunction as a symptom of system dysfunction will not be so threatening to the concept of the manager that we perceive ourselves to be. It takes a secure person to admit that she or he favors staff before deciding to do something to change things. The important thing to know is that it can be done. The favored staff can find a new way of relating to others, the special employee can find new modes of behavior (and even find self-esteem in the process), the group can find new ways

  5. Group representations

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    Karpilovsky, G

    1994-01-01

    This third volume can be roughly divided into two parts. The first part is devoted to the investigation of various properties of projective characters. Special attention is drawn to spin representations and their character tables and to various correspondences for projective characters. Among other topics, projective Schur index and projective representations of abelian groups are covered. The last topic is investigated by introducing a symplectic geometry on finite abelian groups. The second part is devoted to Clifford theory for graded algebras and its application to the corresponding theory

  6. Lego Group

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    Møller Larsen, Marcus; Pedersen, Torben; Slepniov, Dmitrij

    2010-01-01

    The last years’ rather adventurous journey from 2004 to 2009 had taught the fifth-largest toy-maker in the world - the LEGO Group - the importance of managing the global supply chain effectively. In order to survive the largest internal financial crisis in its roughly 70 years of existence......, the management had, among many initiatives, decided to offshore and outsource a major chunk of its production to Flextronics. In this pursuit of rapid cost-cutting sourcing advantages, the LEGO Group planned to license out as much as 80 per cent of its production besides closing down major parts...

  7. Riscos Empresariais Divulgados nas Ofertas Públicas de Ações no BrasilEnterprise Risk Disclosed in Initial Public Offering in BrazilRiesgos Empresariales Divulgados en las Ofertas Públicas de Acciones en Brasil

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    CUNHA, Paulo Roberto da

    2011-12-01

    IPO listed in the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM in 2008. The sample consisted of 10 companies from various segments. We have adopted a criterion score by which it was found that the average percentage score achieved was 59% of disclosure. We have also defined indicators of the level of disclosure by risk category and by company. Within these categories, this percentage ranged from 42% of the category “risks of issuing” up to 85% in category “risks related to the shareholder”. As for the scores of companies, the lowest score was obtained by Le Lis Blanc, 51%, while the Vale do Rio Doce has obtained the highest score, 66% of the total possible. In conclusion, it was found that the level of disclosure of risks in stock offering prospectus is not yet satisfactory. Possible causes for this phenomenon are analyzed.RESUMENLa reglamentación vigente en Brasil determina que las empresas que desean captar recursos financieros el mercado de capitales mediante la emisión de acciones deberán elaborar un Prospecto de Oferta Pública de Acciones (OPI en el que deben informar, entre otras cosas, todos los riesgos que pueden afectar el negocio. El objetivo de este artículo es investigar el grado de exposición de los riesgos empresariales informados en estos prospectos. El diseño metodológico fue descriptivo con un enfoque cualitativo. El objeto de análisis consistió en los Prospectos Definitivos de Oferta Pública de Acciones, catalogados en la Comisión de Valores Mobiliarios (CVM en 2008. La muestra abarcó 10 empresas de diversos segmentos. Se adoptó un criterio de puntuación que permitió corroborar que el porcentaje medio de puntuación alcanzado fue del 59% de exposición. También se definieron indicadores del grado de exposición por categoría de riesgo y por empresa. Ese porcentaje osciló entre el 42% de la categoría “riesgos del emisor” hasta un 85% en la categoría “riesgos relacionados con el accionista.” En lo que se refiere a la

  8. Informal groups

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    E. van den Berg; P. van Houwelingen; J. de Hart

    2011-01-01

    Original title: Informele groepen Going out running with a group of friends, rather than joining an official sports club. Individuals who decide to take action themselves rather than giving money to good causes. Maintaining contact with others not as a member of an association, but through an

  9. Liberalismo político y reciprocidad: Justificación epistémica de creencias versus justificación moral de acciones

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    Garreta Leclercq, Mariano

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available My aim in this article is to propose a novel argument in support of the deliberative ideal of reciprocity in justification —which was initially introduced by John Rawls’s political liberalism—. This argument attempts to demonstrate that although we accept the hypothesis that a group of citizens has an appropriate public justification to believe that certain comprehensive doctrine is true or right, there are fundamental moral reasons to reject the claim that the State can be justified to act on the basis of those beliefs when constitutional essentials or matters of basic justice are at stake.Mi meta en este trabajo es proponer un nuevo tipo de argumento en defensa del ideal deliberativo de reciprocidad de justificación —que fue inicialmente introducido por el liberalismo político de John Rawls—. Dicho argumento aspira a demostrar que, aun cuando aceptemos la hipótesis de que un grupo de ciudadanos dispone de una justificación pública apropiada para creer que determinada doctrina comprehensiva es verdadera o correcta, existen razones morales fundamentales para rechazar la pretensión de que el estado pueda estar justificado para actuar sobre la base de esas creencias cuando las esencias constitucionales o cuestiones de justicia básica se encuentran en juego.

  10. Inhibitory action of chlorophyllin of autosome recessive lethals induced by irradiation; Accion inhibidora de la clorofilina de letales recesivos autosonicos inducidos por irradiacion

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    Salceda, V M; Pimentel, P A.E.; Cruces, M P [ININ, 52045 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

    2006-07-01

    The chlorolin is a sodium salt of the chlorophyll that has a strong protective action of the damage induced by different agents so much physical as chemical. In Drosophila there is reported this effect in somatic cells. In contrast, in germinal cells using tests with the sexual chromosomes has not been found such inhibitory action. For this reason, in this occasion we will refer to the effect of the lethality induced in autosome chromosomes, in particular to the chromosome II of this species. For such effect groups of males of the line Canton-S its were pre-treated for 24h with or without 69 mm of CCS and later on treaties with or without 40 Gy of gamma irradiation. The males were then subjected to the technical Cy L / Pm for the detection of recessive lethals. In the third generation the respective counts of the descendant of each one of them to determine the corresponding categories for each extracted chromosome were made. To be mendelian crosses it is expected for a normal chromosome a proportion 2:1 of individuals with genotype Cy L / +: +/+. The absence of individuals +/+ it is indicative of a lethal gene, until 10% of these individuals of each male's total descendant, it is considered that is carrying of a semi lethal gene. The sum of lethal and semi lethals constitutes the category detrimental. The obtained results indicated that the pre-treatment with CCS reduces in a significant way the frequency of induced lethals by 40 Gy of gamma rays. The fact that an effect inhibitor has not been observed in the test of recessive lethal bound to the sex obtained previously, it contrasts with the effect observed in the chromosome II, results of this study and with the one observed in the chromosome III in somatic cells. The above-mentioned shows a differential action of the CCS between sexual chromosomes and autosomal before the effect of the gamma radiation. At the moment we don't have an explanation to these evidences. To evaluate the action of the chlorophyllin on

  11. Inhibitory action of chlorophyllin of autosome recessive lethals induced by irradiation; Accion inhibidora de la clorofilina de letales recesivos autosonicos inducidos por irradiacion

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    Salceda, V.M.; Pimentel, P.A.E.; Cruces, M.P. [ININ, 52045 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)]. e-mail: vmss@nuclear.inin.mx

    2006-07-01

    The chlorolin is a sodium salt of the chlorophyll that has a strong protective action of the damage induced by different agents so much physical as chemical. In Drosophila there is reported this effect in somatic cells. In contrast, in germinal cells using tests with the sexual chromosomes has not been found such inhibitory action. For this reason, in this occasion we will refer to the effect of the lethality induced in autosome chromosomes, in particular to the chromosome II of this species. For such effect groups of males of the line Canton-S its were pre-treated for 24h with or without 69 mm of CCS and later on treaties with or without 40 Gy of gamma irradiation. The males were then subjected to the technical Cy L / Pm for the detection of recessive lethals. In the third generation the respective counts of the descendant of each one of them to determine the corresponding categories for each extracted chromosome were made. To be mendelian crosses it is expected for a normal chromosome a proportion 2:1 of individuals with genotype Cy L / +: +/+. The absence of individuals +/+ it is indicative of a lethal gene, until 10% of these individuals of each male's total descendant, it is considered that is carrying of a semi lethal gene. The sum of lethal and semi lethals constitutes the category detrimental. The obtained results indicated that the pre-treatment with CCS reduces in a significant way the frequency of induced lethals by 40 Gy of gamma rays. The fact that an effect inhibitor has not been observed in the test of recessive lethal bound to the sex obtained previously, it contrasts with the effect observed in the chromosome II, results of this study and with the one observed in the chromosome III in somatic cells. The above-mentioned shows a differential action of the CCS between sexual chromosomes and autosomal before the effect of the gamma radiation. At the moment we don't have an explanation to these evidences. To evaluate the action of the

  12. Budget Impact Analysis of Against Colorectal Cancer In Our Neighborhoods (ACCION): A Successful Community-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Program for a Medically Underserved Minority Population.

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    Kim, Bumyang; Lairson, David R; Chung, Tong Han; Kim, Junghyun; Shokar, Navkiran K

    2017-06-01

    Given the uncertain cost of delivering community-based cancer screening programs, we developed a Markov simulation model to project the budget impact of implementing a comprehensive colorectal cancer (CRC) prevention program compared with the status quo. The study modeled the impacts on the costs of clinical services, materials, and staff expenditures for recruitment, education, fecal immunochemical testing (FIT), colonoscopy, follow-up, navigation, and initial treatment. We used data from the Against Colorectal Cancer In Our Neighborhoods comprehensive CRC prevention program implemented in El Paso, Texas, since 2012. We projected the 3-year financial consequences of the presence and absence of the CRC prevention program for a hypothetical population cohort of 10,000 Hispanic medically underserved individuals. The intervention cohort experienced a 23.4% higher test completion rate for CRC prevention, 8 additional CRC diagnoses, and 84 adenomas. The incremental 3-year cost was $1.74 million compared with the status quo. The program cost per person was $261 compared with $86 for the status quo. The costs were sensitive to the proportion of high-risk participants and the frequency of colonoscopy screening and diagnostic procedures. The budget impact mainly derived from colonoscopy-related costs incurred for the high-risk group. The effectiveness of FIT to detect CRC was critically dependent on follow-up after positive FIT. Community cancer prevention programs need reliable estimates of the cost of CRC screening promotion and the added budget impact of screening with colonoscopy. Copyright © 2017 International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR). Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  13. COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

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    L. Taylor

    2011-01-01

    The CMS Communications Group, established at the start of 2010, has been busy in all three areas of its responsibility: (1) Communications Infrastructure, (2) Information Systems, and (3) Outreach and Education. Communications Infrastructure There are now 55 CMS Centres worldwide that are well used by physicists working on remote CMS shifts, Computing operations, data quality monitoring, data analysis and outreach. The CMS Centre@CERN in Meyrin, is the centre of the CMS offline and computing operations, hosting dedicated analysis efforts such as during the CMS Heavy Ion lead-lead running. With a majority of CMS sub-detectors now operating in a “shifterless” mode, many monitoring operations are now routinely performed from there, rather than in the main Control Room at P5. The CMS Communications Group, CERN IT and the EVO team are providing excellent videoconferencing support for the rapidly-increasing number of CMS meetings. In parallel, CERN IT and ...

  14. Group therapy

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    Anon.

    1993-01-01

    Full text: In his review 'Genesis of Unified Gauge Theories' at the symposium in Honour of Abdus Salam (June, page 23), Tom Kibble of Imperial College, London, looked back to the physics events around Salam from 1959-67. He described how, in the early 1960s, people were pushing to enlarge the symmetry of strong interactions beyond the SU(2) of isospin and incorporate the additional strangeness quantum number. Kibble wrote - 'Salam had students working on every conceivable symmetry group. One of these was Yuval Ne'eman, who had the good fortune and/or prescience to work on SU(3). From that work, and of course from the independent work of Murray Gell- Mann, stemmed the Eightfold Way, with its triumphant vindication in the discovery of the omega-minus in 1964.' Yuval Ne'eman writes - 'I was the Defence Attaché at the Israeli Embassy in London and was admitted by Salam as a part-time graduate student when I arrived in 1958. I started research after resigning from the Embassy in May 1960. Salam suggested a problem: provide vector mesons with mass - the problem which was eventually solved by Higgs, Guralnik, Kibble,.... (as described by Kibble in his article). I explained to Salam that I had become interested in symmetry. Nobody at Imperial College at the time, other than Salam himself, was doing anything in groups, and attention further afield was focused on the rotation - SO(N) - groups. Reacting to my own half-baked schemes, Salam told me to forget about the rotation groups he taught us, and study group theory in depth, directing me to Eugene Dynkin's classification of Lie subalgebras, about which he had heard from Morton Hamermesh. I found Dynkin incomprehensible without first learning about Lie algebras from Henri Cartan's thesis, which luckily had been reproduced by Dynkin in his 1946 thesis, using his diagram method. From a copy of a translation of Dynkin's thesis which I found in the British Museum Library, I

  15. Implementation of an action plan in radiological protection of the patient in Argentina; Implementacion de un plan de accion en proteccion radiologica del paciente en la Argentina

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    Michelin, S; Perez, M R; Dubner, D [Laboratorio de Radiopatologia, Autoridad Regulatoria Nuclear, Av. Del Libertador 8250 CP 1429, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

    2006-07-01

    consider the inclusion of topics of PRP in the medical grade formation. Work groups were constituted in Radiodiagnostic, Radiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine and the PRP of the pregnant woman that agreed the contents and chronograph of a work plan to short and medium term that is at the moment in execution. The continuity of this coordinated action facilitated the execution of the proposed objectives. In this communication the results obtained until the present of the action plan for the PRP implemented in the Argentina starting from the year 2004 are presented. (Author)

  16. Conjunct action of gamma radiation and casiopeinas in two cellular types; Accion conjunta de radiacion gamma y casiopeinas en dos tipos celulares

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    Ramos V, N.I

    2006-07-01

    In Mexico the cancer occupies the second place in the causes of death and although already there are diverse useful treatments to attack this suffering, the search of new pharmaceuticals that present positive effect in the treatment of the cancer there is taken to the development of a group of substances called Casiopeinas. Its are coordination compounds constituted by a central atom of copper (Cu II) joined to organic ligands, with general condensed formula [Cu (NN)(ON)]NO{sub 3}, or [Cu(NN)(OO)]NO{sub 3}. Its present different cytotoxicity levels, as well as in vitro antineoplastic activity in diverse tissues derived of tumors. Even its ignore the mechanisms of it action, but one of them, it could be by generation of reactive species of oxygen (ERO), mediated by the metallic center that contain. Thinking of this possibility was carried out in vitro experiments, exposing lymphocytes or HeLa cells, to ionizing radiation, at two casiopeinas (Casiopeina llgly and the Casiopeina Ill-e-a) or the combination of both agents, in order to determine if the antineoplastic capacity of both types of treatments increase in conjunct action. To determine it its were carried out cytotoxicity tests by means of the differential dyeing of fluorescein diacetate and etidio bromide, in these the cells alive fluorescein in green color while the dead ones only the nucleus of red tinged. The genotoxicity was evaluated by means of the comet essay. The results hurtled that as much the casiopeinas as the radiation by separate don't present difference among both cellular types, probably due to the used method that only quantifies the damages at the moment and not to long term. And according to those treatments on the whole only to the concentrations and the doses more high it favors the additive effect due to an overproduction of free radicals that not can be neutralized. According to the genotoxicity, only proven for the radiation indicates that the HeLa cells presents a major number of

  17. Conjunct action of gamma radiation and casiopeinas in two cellular types; Accion conjunta de radiacion gamma y casiopeinas en dos tipos celulares

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    Ramos V, N I

    2006-07-01

    In Mexico the cancer occupies the second place in the causes of death and although already there are diverse useful treatments to attack this suffering, the search of new pharmaceuticals that present positive effect in the treatment of the cancer there is taken to the development of a group of substances called Casiopeinas. Its are coordination compounds constituted by a central atom of copper (Cu II) joined to organic ligands, with general condensed formula [Cu (NN)(ON)]NO{sub 3}, or [Cu(NN)(OO)]NO{sub 3}. Its present different cytotoxicity levels, as well as in vitro antineoplastic activity in diverse tissues derived of tumors. Even its ignore the mechanisms of it action, but one of them, it could be by generation of reactive species of oxygen (ERO), mediated by the metallic center that contain. Thinking of this possibility was carried out in vitro experiments, exposing lymphocytes or HeLa cells, to ionizing radiation, at two casiopeinas (Casiopeina llgly and the Casiopeina Ill-e-a) or the combination of both agents, in order to determine if the antineoplastic capacity of both types of treatments increase in conjunct action. To determine it its were carried out cytotoxicity tests by means of the differential dyeing of fluorescein diacetate and etidio bromide, in these the cells alive fluorescein in green color while the dead ones only the nucleus of red tinged. The genotoxicity was evaluated by means of the comet essay. The results hurtled that as much the casiopeinas as the radiation by separate don't present difference among both cellular types, probably due to the used method that only quantifies the damages at the moment and not to long term. And according to those treatments on the whole only to the concentrations and the doses more high it favors the additive effect due to an overproduction of free radicals that not can be neutralized. According to the genotoxicity, only proven for the radiation indicates that the HeLa cells presents a major number of cells

  18. COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

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    L. Taylor

    2010-01-01

    The CMS Communications Group, established at the start of 2010, has been strengthening the activities in all three areas of its responsibility: (1) Communications Infrastructure, (2) Information Systems, and (3) Outreach and Education. Communications Infrastructure The Communications Group has invested a lot of effort to support the operations needs of CMS. Hence, the CMS Centres where physicists work on remote CMS shifts, Data Quality Monitoring, and Data Analysis are running very smoothly. There are now 55 CMS Centres worldwide, up from just 16 at the start of CMS data-taking. The latest to join are Imperial College London, the University of Iowa, and the Università di Napoli. The CMS Centre@CERN in Meyrin, which is now full repaired after the major flooding at the beginning of the year, has been at the centre of CMS offline and computing operations, most recently hosting a large fraction of the CMS Heavy Ion community during the lead-lead run. A number of sub-detector shifts can now take pla...

  19. Group play

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    Tychsen, Anders; Hitchens, Michael; Brolund, Thea

    2008-01-01

    Role-playing games (RPGs) are a well-known game form, existing in a number of formats, including tabletop, live action, and various digital forms. Despite their popularity, empirical studies of these games are relatively rare. In particular there have been few examinations of the effects of the v......Role-playing games (RPGs) are a well-known game form, existing in a number of formats, including tabletop, live action, and various digital forms. Despite their popularity, empirical studies of these games are relatively rare. In particular there have been few examinations of the effects...... of the various formats used by RPGs on the gaming experience. This article presents the results of an empirical study, examining how multi-player tabletop RPGs are affected as they are ported to the digital medium. Issues examined include the use of disposition assessments to predict play experience, the effect...... of group dynamics, the influence of the fictional game characters and the comparative play experience between the two formats. The results indicate that group dynamics and the relationship between the players and their digital characters, are integral to the quality of the gaming experience in multiplayer...

  20. COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

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    L. Taylor

    2011-01-01

    The CMS Communications Group has been busy in all three areas of its responsibility: (1) Communications Infrastructure, (2) Information Systems, and (3) Outreach and Education. Communications Infrastructure The 55 CMS Centres worldwide are well used by physicists working on remote CMS shifts, Computing operations, data quality monitoring, data analysis and outreach. The CMS Centre@CERN in Meyrin, is the centre of the CMS Offline and Computing operations, and a number of subdetector shifts can now take place there, rather than in the main Control Room at P5. A new CMS meeting room has been equipped for videoconferencing in building 42, next to building 40. Our building 28 meeting room and the facilities at P5 will be refurbished soon and plans are underway to steadily upgrade the ageing equipment in all 15 CMS meeting rooms at CERN. The CMS evaluation of the Vidyo tool indicates that it is not yet ready to be considered as a potential replacement for EVO. The Communications Group provides the CMS-TV (web) cha...

  1. Tendencias epistemológicas de las acciones de la salud pública. Una revisión desde la fisioterapia / Epistemological trends in public health actions. A review from the standpoint of physiotherapy

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    Laura E. Castro J.

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Resumen Objetivo: analizar las tendencias epistemológicas de la salud pública frente a las acciones de la fisioterapia. Metodología: la identificación de la literatura se efectuó con los parámetros de revisión sistemática exploratoria propuestos por Manchado, en tres bases de datos. Los artículos fueron sometidos a evaluación de la calidad bajo las escalas Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network y jadad. Las categorías centrales de análisis fueron los modelos del proceso salud-enfermedad. Se vincularon 39 artículos de los 118 que arrojó la búsqueda inicial. Resultados y discusión: se encontró que la salud pública ha tenido diferentes tendencias epistemológicas que se explican por cambios socio-políticos y normativos de los países y de las profesiones. Se observa una evolución conceptual que trasciende de lo biológico hacia enfoques sociales, interdisciplinarios y complejos; sin embargo, en las intervenciones aún se evidencia predominio del modelo epidemiológico. Lo anterior, puede asociarse con que profesiones jóvenes como la fisioterapia que aunque surgió con un enfoque netamente rehabilitador se ha preocupado por ampliar sus campos de ejercicio profesional logrando participar en acciones de salud pública, pero esta participación aún es incipiente, por cuanto no logra reflejarse en la práctica de una manera contundente; por consiguiente, se requiere desarrollar estrategias que permitan llevar el conocimiento a la práctica y de esta manera poder aportar desde su objeto de estudio en el abordaje integral de la salud de las poblaciones, con el ánimo de lograr que estas se apropien de sus condiciones de salud en pro de su bienestar y calidad de vida. / Abstract Objective: to analyze the epistemological trends in public health in comparison with the possibilities of physiotherapy actions. Methodology: the literature was identified through the exploratory systematic review proposed by Manchado. Three databases

  2. Ações de cuidado desempenhadas pelo pai no puerpério Acciones del cuidados desempeñados por el papá durante el puerperio Actions in care carried out by the father in the puerperism

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    Eteniger Marcela Fernandes de Oliveira

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available Pesquisa exploratória-descritiva, qualitativa, desenvolvida com 15 pais, de janeiro a abril de 2006, em Natal/RN. Teve por objetivo analisar as ações desenvolvidas pelo homem durante o puerpério de sua companheira. A coleta efetuou-se por entrevista semiestruturada, sendo os dados tratados por meio da técnica de análise de conteúdo e analisados à luz dos princípios do Interacionismo Simbólico. Os resultados apresentam uma temática central - ações de cuidado em ambiente doméstico - e duas categorias: cuidando da companheira e da criança; e provendo o sustento da família. Conclui-se que os depoentes interagem e participam do puerpério oferecendo conselhos que remetem à prevenção, como o estímulo à deambulação; desenvolvem atitudes de dedicação e preocupação com a saúde do filho; consideram que a licença-paternidade não atende às suas necessidades; reconhecem que a companheira e o recém-nascido requerem mais dedicação e que desempenham papel de provedor no intuito de garantir o sustento familiar.Investigación exploratoria y descriptiva, cualitativa, desarrollada con 15 padres de familia, en Natal/RN. La pesquisa analizó las acciones desarrolladas por el papá durante el puerperio de su compañera. Los datos fueron recolectados por medio de la entrevista semiestructurada, organizados por la técnica de análisis de contenido y analizados bajo los principios del Interaccionismo Simbólico. Los resultados mostraron que existe un tema central las acciones de atención yl cuidado en el ambiente doméstico - y dos categorías cuidar de la pareja y del niño, sin dejar de lado el sustento de la familia. Se concluyó que estos padres conviven durante el puerperio ofreciendo consejos que remiten a la prevención, como estimular a la mujer a hacer caminadas; desarrollan actitudes de dedicación y preocupación con la salud del hijo; consideran que el permiso de trabajo por paternidad no contempla sus necesidades

  3. Propuesta de acciones para mejorar la calidad de la comunicación de los alumnos en las clases deportivas de la Sede Universitaria Municipal “Nancy Uranga Romagoza”

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    Abilio de Jesús Barreto García

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available La necesidad de transitar del modelo comunicativo tradicional exógeno hacia uno endógeno en el encuentro presencial de las clases deportivas, para perfeccionar el proceso docente educativo en la SUM de la FCF es un reto para este colectivo de profesores que pretende mejorar la calidad de la comunicación en las clases deportivas a través de un grupo de acciones concretas aplicables operativamente por cualquier profesor deportivo. De ahí la novedad de este trabajo. Asumimos una investigación –acción donde nos implicamos los autores en un proceso donde el alumno participa de forma más activa en la toma de decisiones respecto a su aprendizaje; predominando las tareas significativas fundamentalmente mediante formas jugadas; y estilos de enseñanza que favorecen la socialización, la independencia y la creatividad; a su vez se le ofrece participación al alumno en los procesos de evaluación. Consideramos que “el alumno motivado por la actividad deportiva, se manifiesta en el grupo clase por diferentes conductas: es activo, se agota, atiende las explicaciones, e incluso las cuestiona, ayuda a los compañeros, quiere hacer más, adelantarse a su turno, está alegre, se interesa por su actuación, repite sus ejercicios y dedica horas extras a perfeccionar sus habilidades y fortalecer su cuerpo” (Barreto2005. En otras palabras siente placer en ejercitarse y deseos de comunicar lo aprendido, haciendo realidad las axiomáticas palabras de Da Vinci:”La ciencia más útil es aquella cuyo fruto es más comunicable”.

  4. Action of the surge in the stability of the marine bed in the sounding of Campeche, Mexico; Accion del oleaje en la estabilidad del lecho marino en la sonda de Campeche, Mexico

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    Mendoza Baldwin, E.G.; Silva Casarin, R. [Instituto de Ingenieria, UNAM, (Mexico); Salazar Carrillo, E.E. [Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo (Mexico)

    2004-12-01

    Among the phenomena that must be taken into account while designing and constructing coastal structures, the wave-induced soil response has become a very important issue. One reason for this growing interest is that many structures have been reportedly failed because of seabed instability rather than design or construction deficiencies. In this paper we present the application to Sonda de Campeche, Mexico of an analytical model for a porous seabed of finite thickness, h, subject a 3D short crested wave system. This exact solution gives explicit expressions for the pore pressure and effective stresses under. [Spanish] La seguridad de las actividades relacionadas con el litoral depende, en gran medida, del correcto funcionamiento de las estructuras de operacion y proteccion, el diseno de las cuales, a su vez, requiere de un conocimiento lo mas completo posible, tanto de las solicitaciones como del comportamiento del entorno en el que seran construidas. Como respuesta a dichas necesidades, en este trabajo se presenta la aplicacion de un modelo en tres dimensiones con el que se puede representar la respuesta del lecho marino, considerando la existencia de un estrato poroso de espesor finito ante la accion de un sistema de ondas progresivas de cresta corta, el cual es de especial utilidad para el diseno y tendido de lineas submarinas. Dentro de las bondades del modelo se cuenta con la posibilidad de varias las condiciones del tipo de suelo (cohesivo, arenoso o mixto), grado de saturacion, angulo de incidencia del oleaje y espesor del estrato poroso. El modelo tridimensional es alimentado con datos de oleaje y tipo de suelo de la bahia de Campeche, Mexico, con los que se analizan las distribuciones verticales de los esfuerzos y la presion de poro inducidos. Finalmente, se realiza un estudio de inestabilidad del lecho marino para la misma bahia, comparando los resultados del modelo con los de sondeos en campo.

  5. COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

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    L. Taylor

    2010-01-01

    The recently established CMS Communications Group, led by Lucas Taylor, has been busy in all three of its main are areas of responsibility: Communications Infrastructure, Information Systems, and Outreach and Education Communications Infrastructure The damage caused by the flooding of the CMS Centre@CERN on 21st December has been completely repaired and all systems are back in operation. Major repairs were made to the roofs, ceilings and one third of the floor had to be completely replaced. Throughout these works, the CMS Centre was kept operating and even hosted a major press event for first 7 TeV collisions, as described below. Incremental work behind the scenes is steadily improving the quality of the CMS communications infrastructure, particularly Webcasting, video conferencing, and meeting rooms at CERN. CERN/IT is also deploying a pilot service of a new videoconference tool called Vidyo, to assess whether it might provide an enhanced service at a lower cost, compared to the EVO tool currently in w...

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    L. Taylor

    2011-01-01

    Communications Infrastructure The 55 CMS Centres worldwide are well used by physicists working on remote CMS shifts, Computing operations, data quality monitoring, data analysis and outreach. The CMS Centre@CERN in Meyrin is particularly busy at the moment, hosting about 50 physicists taking part in the heavy-ion data-taking and analysis. Three new CMS meeting room will be equipped for videoconferencing in early 2012: 40/5B-08, 42/R-031, and 28/S-029. The CMS-TV service showing LHC Page 1, CMS Page 1, etc. (http://cmsdoc.cern.ch/cmscc/projector/index.jsp) is now also available for mobile devices: http://cern.ch/mcmstv. Figure 12: Screenshots of CMS-TV for mobile devices Information Systems CMS has a new web site: (http://cern.ch/cms) using a modern web Content Management System to ensure content and links are managed and updated easily and coherently. It covers all CMS sub-projects and groups, replacing the iCMS internal pages. It also incorporates the existing CMS public web site (http:/...

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    L. Taylor

    2012-01-01

      Outreach and Education We are fortunate that our research has captured the public imagination, even though this inevitably puts us under the global media spotlight, as we saw with the Higgs seminar at CERN in December, which had 110,000 distinct webcast viewers. The media interest was huge with 71 media organisations registering to come to CERN to cover the Higgs seminar, which was followed by a press briefing with the DG and Spokespersons. This event resulted in about 2,000 generally positive stories in the global media. For this seminar, the CMS Communications Group prepared up-to-date news and public material, including links to the CMS results, animations and event displays [http://cern.ch/go/Ch8thttp://cern.ch/go/Ch8t]. There were 44,000 page-views on the CMS public website, with the Higgs news article being by far the most popular item. CMS event displays from iSpy are fast becoming the iconic media images, featuring on numerous major news outlets (BBC, CNN, MSN...) as well as in the sci...

  8. Acciones para el desarrollo de competencias investigativas

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    Ruiz Domínguez, Benito

    2012-01-01

    La reforma integral de educación tiene su fundamento en los altos índices de deserción y en la desarticulación del nivel medio superior. Los retos principales que tiene la reforma son la ampliación de la cobertura de acceso a estudios del nivel medio, el mejoramiento de la calidad en los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje y la búsqueda de equidad. El marco de esta reforma permite articular los programas de distintas opciones educativas en la educación media en el país y comprende una serie de ...

  9. Destinatarios y beneficiarios de las acciones publicitarias

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    Feliu García, Emilio

    2016-01-01

    Ponencia presentada en el I Congreso Iberoamericano de Investigadores en Publicidad, “Pensar y Practicar la Publicidad desde el Sur”, celebrado en Quito (Ecuador) los días 21, 22 y 23 de marzo de 2016. En la secuencia de sujetos de la comunicación publicitaria (emisor-receptor-destinatario) debe incluirse un cuarto actor, cuya importancia puede resultar trascendental: el beneficiario. La figura de este beneficiario aparece con cierta frecuencia en los trabajos sobre el marketing y la publi...

  10. El Trabajo Comunitario en la Comunidad Montañosa de Jibacoa: Acciones de Recreación Física y Cultura Artística y Literaria

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    Javier Rodríguez Galindo

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available En nuestro país, Cuba, se brinda gran atención al mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de los habitantes de las comunidades ubicadas en los cuatros macizos montañosos a través del Programa de montaña conocido como Plan Turquino; específicamente en nuestra provincia se ha logrado resultados significativos en los programas socio- culturales dirigidos a tales fines. Nuestra investigación se ha encaminado al estudio de la Recreación Física y la Cultura Artística y Literaria en la comunidad montañosa de Jibacoa. Las bases que nos antecedieron sobre esta temática nos muestra las insuficiencias en la integración entre los profesionales de la cultura física, promotores culturales y otros gestores del trabajo comunitario en la realización de las actividades recreativas y artísticas, la poca diversidad de las propuestas que se ofertan a la población, en especial a niñas y niños, insuficiente aprovechamiento del medio natural para la realización de las actividades, así como por las exigencias actuales de brindarles a las niñas y niños opciones recreativas en vistas del logro de una cultura general integral. Para llevar a cabo todo un proceso de recopilación de información se han aplicado diferentes métodos como: observación, encuestas, así como la aplicación de diferentes técnicas grupales, las cuales nos permitieron conocer el estado actual de la recreación en la comunidad montañosa de Jibacoa, enfatizando en la presencia de elementos físicos recreativos y artísticos y literarios. Dicha constatación nos colocan en la propuesta de un plan de acciones en correspondencias con los gustos y preferencias de las niñas y niños de la comunidad en estudio, la cual después de ser validada por parte del Grupo de Trabajo y otros Evaluadores Externos se llevo a la Práctica, logrando los criterio por parte de la comunidad, para estar en condiciones de una nueva planificación.

  11. Perspectivas para el control del tabaquismo en México: reflexiones sobre las políticas actuales y acciones futuras Tobacco control perspectives in Mexico: reflections on current policies and future actions

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    Mauricio Hernández-Ávila

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Según la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS, el tabaquismo causa en todo el mundo cerca de cinco millones de muertes al año, es decir, alrededor de 13 mil muertes diarias. En México, cerca de 60 000 defunciones por año y 165 diarias se atribuyen a esa causa, 25.6% de la población es fumador pasivo y se estima que la edad de inicio de consumo disminuyó a 12 años de edad o menos. México inició la lucha contra el tabaquismo hace dos decenios y en años recientes se combinaron acciones administrativas y legislativas relacionadas con aspectos tributarios y de regulación sanitaria. México fue el primer país en América en adherirse al Convenio Marco para el Control del Tabaco (CMCT, de la OMS, firmado por México el 12 de agosto de 2003 y ratificado el 14 de abril del año siguiente. Para el gobierno federal, la prevención y el tratamiento del tabaquismo son parte de una estrategia que busca la sinergia de los actores públicos, privados y sociales involucrados en el tema; los resultados de ese esfuerzo deberán presentarse en 2008.According to WHO, tobacco is responsible of almost five million deaths annually and around 13 thousand daily deaths in the world. Mexico has 60 thousand deaths per year and 165 per day for smoking, 25.6% of the population are passive smokers and the initiated age in tobacco consumption has diminished to 11 either 12 years or less. Two decades ago the fight against tobacco began in Mexico, and recently it combined administrative actions and legislative related to tributary matter and sanitary regulation. Mexico was the first country in America in signing the FCTC in August 12, 2003 and in April 14, 2004 ratified it, which means it is part of our legislation. At present, Federal Government prevention and tobacco treatment are focus actions integrated in an Strategy, which is looking to articulate synergy of all public, private and social actors involved in the subject, to give fulfillment to the Framework

  12. Acciones para el control de un brote de transmisión local de paludismo introducido en Santiago de Cuba Actions for the control of a local transmission outbreak of malaria introduced in Santiago de Cuba

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    Sergio C Miranda Reyes

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó un estudio descriptivo y transversal sobre el brote de paludismo introducido en el municipio de Santiago de Cuba durante el 2006, para lo cual se efectuó una investigación epidemiológica de campo, que constó de 4 etapas: observación, hipótesis, verificación, conclusiones y aplicaciones prácticas. El universo estuvo constituido por las viviendas, locales y criaderos naturales de las localidades estratificadas. Sigua es una comunidad rural donde coexistían criaderos naturales y un hotel - hospital dedicado en aquel momento a la “Operación Milagro”. Inicialmente se notificaron 2 casos sospechosos de leptospirosis, luego se observó que otras 10 personas de la comunidad habían sido ingresadas con diagnóstico de procesos infecciosos y el 11 de febrero se confirmaron 4 casos de paludismo por Plasmodium vivax. Las acciones sobre la vía de transmisión incluyeron tratamiento adulticida extradomiciliario e intradomiciliario y otras. La campaña promocional logró, a través de la acción comunitaria, la eliminación de elementos ambientales de riesgo y contribuyó a la vigilancia activa de pacientes en estado febril. Entre la notificación del brote y la fecha de inicio de síntomas del último caso confirmado transcurrieron 12 días.A descriptive and cross-sectional study on the outbreak of malaria introduced in Santiago de Cuba municipality during 2006 was carried out. Thus, a field epidemiological investigation was conducted consisting of 4 stages: observation, hypothesis, verification, conclusions and practical applications. Housings, premises and natural hatcheries of stratified areas were studied. Sigua is a rural community where natural hatcheries and a hotel-hospital used in that moment for the "Operación Milagro" coexisted. Initially 2 suspicious cases of leptospirosis were notified, then 10 other people of the community had been admitted with a diagnosis of infectious processes, and in February 11th, 4 cases of

  13. Las transformaciones de la política española de cooperación al desarrollo en gobernabilidad democrática: marco institucional, definición estratégica y acciones

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    Marisa Ramos Rollón

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se analiza la política española de cooperación al desarrollo en materia de gobernabilidad democrática, apuntando algunos rasgos de la trayectoria de la cooperación en este sector en la última década, y analizando los factores que explican las transformaciones de la misma, tanto los que se refieren a la evolución del marco institucional en el que se ha llevado a cabo, como al desarrollo estratégico y programático que la ha definido. Además, se analiza la evolución de los programas y proyectos en este ámbito. Este análisis tiene como objetivo contribuir a identificar cuáles han sido los cambios esenciales en la política de desarrollo en este sector, así como los factores que explican estos cambios y los límites de los mismos. Todo ello con el fin último de extraer aprendizajes del pasado más reciente que sirvan para mejorar las acciones a desarrollar en el futuro en este sector. This article analyzes the Spanish Policy of Cooperation for the Development in democratic governance, pointing some of the features of the cooperation track in this sector in the last decade, and also analyzing the factors that explain its own transformations, which concern both the evolution of the institutional frame where it has been executed, and to the strategic and programmatic development that sets it. Moreover, the evolution of the programs and projects in this area is analyzed. This analysis seeks to contribute to identify what were the essential changes in development policy in this sector, as well as the agents that explain these changes and the bounds of them. All of it with the purpose of drawing apprenticeship from the recent past which help to ameliorate the actions to develop hereafter in this sector.

  14. Energy conservation and contribution to the sustained development through action in the bioclimate design; Ahorro de energia y contribucion al desarrollo sustentable a partir de acciones de diseno bioclimatico

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    Garcia Chavez, J. R.; Dorantes Rodriguez, R. [Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Unidad Azcapotzalco, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1995-12-31

    , construction and monitoring of the functioning of cooling passive systems. The results obtained to date point out that the energy consumption has diminished and improved the environmental comfort conditions for the library building users. [Espanol] La crisis mundial de energia de 1973, ademas de los problemas de abastecimiento y elevacion de precios, propicio tambien diversos paises, una reaccion orientada al uso eficiente y conservacion de la energia, y a la aplicacion de una arquitectura con sentido comun: la ARQUITECTURA BIOCLIMATICA, misma que se basa en la utilizacion en las edificaciones de las energias alternativas, tales como la solar eolica, etc. Obtencion de condiciones de confort natural ambiental y ahorro y uso eficiente de la energia en los edificios, son los objetivos fundamentales de la ARQUITECTURA BIOCLIMATICA. Bajo estas consideraciones, se han planteado diversos sistemas pasivos para control termico de edificios, los cuales se han aplicado en diferentes regiones climaticas del planeta. En el presente trabajo, se presenta y analiza el potencial de medidas para ahorro de energia, tales como sistemas de iluminacion artificial de alta eficiencia y sistemas pasivos de enfriamiento para el control termico de un edificio educativo, la biblioteca central de la Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Unidad Azcapotzalco, ubicada en la ciudad de Mexico. El objetivo de este estudio se orienta a la reduccion del consumo de energia en la biblioteca, y a la obtencion de condiciones de confort ambiental higrotermico para sus ocupantes. Estudios realizados durante la primera etapa de investigacion, han permitido identificar un excesivo consumo de energia y condiciones de falta de confort higrotermico y de la necesaria calidad del aire interior en la biblioteca. Estas acciones se han enfocado en dos aspectos. El primero se refiere al mejoramiento de la operacion de la instalacion electrica y el alumbrado de la biblioteca. Estas acciones se basaron en la sustitucion de lamparas

  15. Energy conservation and contribution to the sustained development through action in the bioclimate design; Ahorro de energia y contribucion al desarrollo sustentable a partir de acciones de diseno bioclimatico

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    Garcia Chavez, J R; Dorantes Rodriguez, R [Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Unidad Azcapotzalco, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1996-12-31

    , construction and monitoring of the functioning of cooling passive systems. The results obtained to date point out that the energy consumption has diminished and improved the environmental comfort conditions for the library building users. [Espanol] La crisis mundial de energia de 1973, ademas de los problemas de abastecimiento y elevacion de precios, propicio tambien diversos paises, una reaccion orientada al uso eficiente y conservacion de la energia, y a la aplicacion de una arquitectura con sentido comun: la ARQUITECTURA BIOCLIMATICA, misma que se basa en la utilizacion en las edificaciones de las energias alternativas, tales como la solar eolica, etc. Obtencion de condiciones de confort natural ambiental y ahorro y uso eficiente de la energia en los edificios, son los objetivos fundamentales de la ARQUITECTURA BIOCLIMATICA. Bajo estas consideraciones, se han planteado diversos sistemas pasivos para control termico de edificios, los cuales se han aplicado en diferentes regiones climaticas del planeta. En el presente trabajo, se presenta y analiza el potencial de medidas para ahorro de energia, tales como sistemas de iluminacion artificial de alta eficiencia y sistemas pasivos de enfriamiento para el control termico de un edificio educativo, la biblioteca central de la Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Unidad Azcapotzalco, ubicada en la ciudad de Mexico. El objetivo de este estudio se orienta a la reduccion del consumo de energia en la biblioteca, y a la obtencion de condiciones de confort ambiental higrotermico para sus ocupantes. Estudios realizados durante la primera etapa de investigacion, han permitido identificar un excesivo consumo de energia y condiciones de falta de confort higrotermico y de la necesaria calidad del aire interior en la biblioteca. Estas acciones se han enfocado en dos aspectos. El primero se refiere al mejoramiento de la operacion de la instalacion electrica y el alumbrado de la biblioteca. Estas acciones se basaron en la sustitucion de lamparas

  16. Aspectos a considerar para la promoción de la participación de los pobladores de Mangomarca, SJL, en las acciones que potencien los beneficios de sus áreas ecológica y arqueológica

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    Ríos Castañeda, Jovana

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    La presente investigación nace del reconocimiento de la existencia de un área ecológica (las lomas) y un área arqueológica (las huacas) dentro del territorio de la Urbanización Mangomarca ubicada en el distrito de San Juan de Lurigancho, como recursos potenciales para el desarrollo de esta comunidad, alrededor de los cuales se han formado algunas organizaciones con la finalidad de conservarlos y promocionarlos, sin embargo las acciones que desarrollan no son articuladas y no ...

  17. El corredor fluvial del Mapocho como recurso multifacético de Santiago: avances y retrocesos en las concepciones y acciones de un siglo./ The corridor of the Mapocho River as a Opportunity to Santiago: a century of progress and setbacks in its projects.

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    María Isabel Pávez Reyes

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Se revisa en términos generales los avances y retrocesos en las concepciones y acciones sobre el río Mapocho, durante el siglo XX y comienzos del siglo XXI, en la perspectiva de considerar el corredor fluvial como un recurso estructurante mayor y multifacético de la Región Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile./ This article reviews the history of the plans for the Mapocho river in the last century. The process varies between making of it a structural element in the planning of the Region Metropolitana or don't.

  18. Arte en el espacio público como expresión de protesta política : Acciones sobre la despenalización del aborto por los colectivos Lanzallamas y Arte al Ataque de la ciudad de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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    Fükelman, María Cristina; Ladaga, Silvia Andrea Cristian; Sánchez Pórfido, Elisabet

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    Este trabajo se inscribe en los avances de la investigación, “Arte de acción en La Plata en el Siglo XXI. Registro e intervenciones artísticas”; acreditado por la Facultad de Bellas Artes, Secretaría de Ciencia y Técnica de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata, en el marco de Programas de Incentivos del Ministerio de Educación de la Nación. En este artículo se analizan las acciones de los colectivos Lanzallamas (conformado por estudiantes avanzados de la carrera de Sociología) y Arte al Ata...

  19. Plan de acciones para mejorar la calidad de vida de los usuarios que reciben los servicios de Educación Física para el adulto en el gimnasio de Cultura Física “Fidel Linares Rodríguez”. Ciudad, Pinar del Río

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    Rene Jesús Díaz Rodríguez

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo investigativo se aborda el proceso de un Plan de acciones para el mejoramiento de la calidad en los servicios que se desarrollan en el programa de educación física para adulto en el Gimnasio de Cultura Física “Fidel Linares Rodríguez” de la Ciudad de Pinar del Río. , la muestra fue dividida en sexos y grupos etéreos, los servicios que se desarrollan a través del Programa de Educación Física para Adultos en la organización deportiva básica y su Influencia en el accionar de la comunidad. Teniendo en cuenta métodos sociológicos estudiados realizamos una búsqueda de consenso a través de informantes claves por medio de encuestas a los clientes / usuarios que participan de los servicios que se prestan en el centro, para conocer su índice de satisfacción deseado, y el índice real que se ofertan, así como se realizó una valoración critica por parte de especialistas de la cultura física , con el propósito de valorar el plan de acciones que permita mejorar la calidad de vida de los usuarios. Dentro del método etnográfico aplicamos una guía de observación a los servicios que nos diera a conocer la realidad mediante la percepción directa del objeto de estudio. Realizamos un diagnostico a través de la Matriz DAFO al escenario de la investigación, y así realizar un plan de acciones que nos permitan mejorar la calidad de sus servicios, como aporte teórico se fundamenta un plan de acciones que permita modificar el modo de vida de los usuarios que reciben dichos servicios y como aporte práctico, la inserción de nuevos servicios para mejorar su calidad.

  20. Ciberperiodismo, telefonía móvil y acciones culturales barriales en Medellín Digital journalism, mobil network and cultural actions in local neighborhood at Medellin

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    Blandón Gómez Hernando

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo es un análisis del uso y apropiación de TIC por las comunidades populares de la ciudad y de la incidencia del ciberperiodismo en las organizaciones culturales barriales y de los gestores culturales de Medellín. Se realizaron encuestas a gestores culturales, directores de centros culturales y vecinos en los barrios Santa Cruz, la América, Buenos Aires, Santo Domingo y algunos de la comuna 10, en la ciudad de Medellín. Se analizaron portales culturales internacionales, nacionales y locales desde los criterios del periodismo electrónico o ciberperiodismo. Los resultados indican que en Medellín existe una brecha digital significativa en el uso y apropiación en TIC por parte de las organizaciones barriales, hecho que neutraliza la labor de las instituciones y gestores culturales por la falta de divulgación en el ámbito urbano. Esta aproximación se focaliza en los procesos de apropiación en TIC por parte de las instituciones culturales barriales, para crear un portal cultural interactivo e hipermedial, que permita incentivar una comunidad virtual, cuya plataforma sea la divulgación e interacción de las diversas propuestas y acciones culturales entre las organizaciones de los barrios de Medellín, a través de la telefonía móvil. This work carries out an analysis of the use and acquisition of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT and its impact on the exercise of digital journalism by arts institutions in local neighborhoods and arts managers in Medellín. For that goal, surveys were held among arts managers, directors of cultural centers and residents of the neighborhoods Santa Cruz, La América, Buenos Aires, Santo Domingo and some neighborhoods of Comuna 10 [a conglomerate of neighborhoods in the north-east of the city]. National and international arts portals were analysed based on the criteria of digital journalism. The results indicate the existence in Medellín of a significant digital gap in the use and

  1. Efecto de la posición inicial sobre la respuesta de reacción en las acciones de ataque en esgrima. [Effect of the initial position on the reaction response in the actions of attack in fencing].

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    Marcos Gutiérrez-Dávila

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available El propósito de este estudio ha sido comprobar el efecto que produce el desplazamiento del peso del cuerpo hacia el apoyo más retrasado, en la posición de “en guardia”, con respecto a una distribución equidistante de los dos apoyos y la posición habitual, sobre la velocidad de desplazamiento horizontal del centro de masas, CM, durante las acciones posteriores de ataque con fondo. Han participado 19 esgrimistas (14 hombres y 5 mujeres, con una experiencia en competición regional de más de cinco años. Para el registro de los datos, se han utilizado dos plataformas de fuerza, operando a 500 Hz, una cámara de vídeo, a 210 Hz y un cronómetro electrónico adaptado al sistema de cableado de las armas. Una señal electrónica se utilizó para sincronizar temporalmente todos los registros. Para la situación experimental donde el CM se desplazaba hacia el apoyo posterior (retrasada, el esgrimista partía de la posición de “en guardia” manteniendo una fuerza vertical sobre la el pie más retrasado, entre el 65% y 75% del peso corporal, siendo entre el 45% y 55% para la situación experimental de distribución equidistante de los dos apoyos (equidistante. En una tercera situación, se pidió al esgrimista que partiera de su posición habitual de “en guardia”. Los resultados han puesto de manifiesto que, cuando se parte de una posición retrasada del CM para realizar una acción de ataque con fondo, el tiempo de movimiento se incrementa y la velocidad del CM es menor durante los primeros instantes del movimiento.AbstractThe main aim of this study was to determine the effect that produced the displacement of the weight of the body towards the back foot, in the position of "en garde", with regard to an equidistant distribution of both supports and the habitual position, on the speed of horizontal displacement of the center of mass, CM, during a lunge attack in fencing. 19 fencers (14 men and 5 women, with an experience in regional

  2. Nursing actions for the prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia Acciones de enfermería en la profilaxis de la pneumonía asociada a la ventilación mecánica Ações de enfermagem na profilaxia da pneumonia associada à ventilação mecânica

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    Fernanda Alves Ferreira Gonçalves

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    Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: To identify prevention actions of the nursing team related to ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP. METHOD: A cross-sectional, observational study conducted in an Intensive Care Unit of a teaching hospital in Goiania/GO. RESULTS: Hand hygiene occurred, mainly, after the procedures and most of care, such as elevating the head-of-bed, bronchial and oral hygiene, diet administration, also handlingmechanical ventilator circuits were not adequate and if experienced groups such as the one in the present study are not following the recommendations emerging from evidence, it may indicate that, for some reason, the learning is not being significant. CONCLUSION: Most recommendedmeasures to reduce VAP related to positioning the head-of-bed, bronchial and oral hygiene, administration of diet and handling mechanical ventilator circuit were not followed.OBJETIVOS: identificar las acciones del equipo de enfermería relacionadas a la profilaxis de la pneumonía asociada a la ventilación mecánica (PAV. MÉTODO: estudio transversal, observacional realizado en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos de un hospital docente de Goiânia/GO. RESULTADOS: La higiene de las manos ocurrió, sobre todo, después de los procedimientos y la mayoría de los cuidados como la elevación de la cabecera, higiene bronquial y bucal, administración de la dieta y también de los cuidados con los circuitos del ventilador mecánico no fueron adecuados y, si los grupos con experiencia como el del presente estudio, no están siguiendo las recomendaciones oriundas de las evidencias, puede ser indicio de que, por alguna razón, el aprendizaje no está siendo significativo. CONCLUSIÓN: La mayoría de las medidas recomendadas para reducir la PAV relacionadas a la posición de la cabecera de la cama, a la higiene bronquial y bucal, a la administración de la dieta y al manejo de los circuitos del ventilador mecânico, no fueron tomados en cuenta.OBJETIVOS: identificar as ações da

  3. Which finite simple groups are unit groups?

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    Davis, Christopher James; Occhipinti, Tommy

    2014-01-01

    We prove that if G is a finite simple group which is the unit group of a ring, then G is isomorphic to either (a) a cyclic group of order 2; (b) a cyclic group of prime order 2^k −1 for some k; or (c) a projective special linear group PSLn(F2) for some n ≥ 3. Moreover, these groups do all occur a...

  4. Group Cohesion in Experiential Growth Groups

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    Steen, Sam; Vasserman-Stokes, Elaina; Vannatta, Rachel

    2014-01-01

    This article explores the effect of web-based journaling on changes in group cohesion within experiential growth groups. Master's students were divided into 2 groups. Both used a web-based platform to journal after each session; however, only 1 of the groups was able to read each other's journals. Quantitative data collected before and…

  5. Group Work Publication-1991.

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    Zimpfer, David G.

    1992-01-01

    Lists 21 new publications in group work, of which 9 are reviewed. Those discussed include publications on group counseling and psychotherapy, structured groups, support groups, psychodrama, and social group work. (Author/NB)

  6. Quantum isometry groups

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    Jyotishman Bhowmick

    2015-11-07

    Nov 7, 2015 ... Classical. Quantum. Background. Compact Hausdorff space. Unital C∗ algebra. Gelfand-Naimark. Compact Group. Compact Quantum Group. Woronowicz. Group Action. Coaction. Woronowicz. Riemannian manifold. Spectral triple. Connes. Isometry group. Quantum Isometry Group. To be discussed.

  7. Group typicality, group loyalty and cognitive development.

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    Patterson, Meagan M

    2014-09-01

    Over the course of childhood, children's thinking about social groups changes in a variety of ways. Developmental Subjective Group Dynamics (DSGD) theory emphasizes children's understanding of the importance of conforming to group norms. Abrams et al.'s study, which uses DSGD theory as a framework, demonstrates the social cognitive skills underlying young elementary school children's thinking about group norms. Future research on children's thinking about groups and group norms should explore additional elements of this topic, including aspects of typicality beyond loyalty. © 2014 The British Psychological Society.

  8. AREVA group overview; Presentation du groupe AREVA

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    2002-02-08

    This document presents the Group Areva, a world nuclear industry leader, from a financial holding company to an industrial group, operating in two businesses: the nuclear energy and the components. The structure and the market of the group are discussed, as the financial assets. (A.L.B.)

  9. Overgroups of root groups in classical groups

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    Aschbacher, Michael

    2016-01-01

    The author extends results of McLaughlin and Kantor on overgroups of long root subgroups and long root elements in finite classical groups. In particular he determines the maximal subgroups of this form. He also determines the maximal overgroups of short root subgroups in finite classical groups and the maximal overgroups in finite orthogonal groups of c-root subgroups.

  10. Interagency mechanical operations group numerical systems group

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    1997-09-01

    This report consists of the minutes of the May 20-21, 1971 meeting of the Interagency Mechanical Operations Group (IMOG) Numerical Systems Group. This group looks at issues related to numerical control in the machining industry. Items discussed related to the use of CAD and CAM, EIA standards, data links, and numerical control.

  11. Theory of Lie groups

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    Chevalley, Claude

    2018-01-01

    The standard text on the subject for many years, this introductory treatment covers classical linear groups, topological groups, manifolds, analytic groups, differential calculus of Cartan, and compact Lie groups and their representations. 1946 edition.

  12. Las acciones afirmativas en educación superior: el caso de los Estados Unidos Açôes afirmativas na educação superior: o caso dos Estados Unidos Affirmative Action in Higher Education: The Case of the United States

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    Jorge Enrique Celis-Giraldo

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available Se analiza la importancia y la evolución políticas de las acciones afirmativas en la educación superior en Estados Unidos. Se acoge esta experiencia porque ha influido en algunos países interesados en proporcionar, a los ciudadanos históricamente excluidos, igualdad social de oportunidades en el acceso a la educación superior, con miras a que tengan movilidad social. En primer lugar, se hace una reconstrucción de los principales hitos que influyeron en la concepción de las acciones afirmativas en el contexto laboral y después en el de la educación superior. Ulteriormente se muestran las controversias y decisiones legales que se han adoptado en algunos estados con las acciones afirmativas en educación superior. Por último, los resultados hallados en estudios sobre los desempeños académicos y profesionales de la población que ha sido beneficiada con las acciones afirmativas.Neste artigo se analisam a importância e a evolução políticas das açôes afirmativas na educação superior nos Estados Unidos. Recolhe-se esta experiência pela sua influencia em muitos países interessados em dar igualdade social de oportunidades aos cidadãos excluídos tradicionalmente do acesso à educação superior, a fim de que tenham mobilidade social. Primeiro se reconstroem os principais marcos que influenciaram na conceição das açôes afirmativas no contexto de trabalho; depois, mostram-se as controvérsias e decisôes legais, adotadas em vários estados, respeito da educação superior. Por último, revelam-se os resultados de estudos sobre desempenhos acadêmicos e profissionais da população beneficiada pelas açôes afirmativas.The importance and development of policies for affirmative action in higher education in the United States are analyzed in this article. The U.S. experience is selected because it has influenced a number of countries that seek to provide historically excluded citizens with equal opportunities for access to higher

  13. Introduction to Sporadic Groups

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available This is an introduction to finite simple groups, in particular sporadic groups, intended for physicists. After a short review of group theory, we enumerate the 1+1+16=18 families of finite simple groups, as an introduction to the sporadic groups. These are described next, in three levels of increasing complexity, plus the six isolated ''pariah'' groups. The (old five Mathieu groups make up the first, smallest order level. The seven groups related to the Leech lattice, including the three Conway groups, constitute the second level. The third and highest level contains the Monster group M, plus seven other related groups. Next a brief mention is made of the remaining six pariah groups, thus completing the 5+7+8+6=26 sporadic groups. The review ends up with a brief discussion of a few of physical applications of finite groups in physics, including a couple of recent examples which use sporadic groups.

  14. Ações judiciais: estratégia da indústria farmacêutica para introdução de novos medicamentos Acciones judiciales: estrategia de la industria farmacéutica para introducción de nuevos medicamentos Legal suits: pharmaceutical industry strategies to introduce new drugs in the Brazilian public healthcare system

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    Ana Luiza Chieffi

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Analisar a concentração na distribuição dos processos judiciais segundo medicamento (fabricante, médico prescritor e advogado impetrante da ação. MÉTODOS: Estudo descritivo que analisou processos judiciais cadastrados em sistema de controle judicial do Estado de São Paulo, em 2006, gastos realizados com o atendimento às ações judiciais e gastos totais de medicamentos. RESULTADOS: Em 2006, foram gastos 65 milhões de reais pelo estado de São Paulo com o cumprimento das decisões judiciais para atender a cerca de 3.600 pessoas. O gasto total em medicamentos foi de 1,2 bilhão de reais. No período estudado foram analisadas 2.927 ações, que foram ajuizadas por 565 agentes, dos quais 549 eram advogados particulares (97,2% do total de agentes. Os medicamentos solicitados nas demandas judiciais analisadas foram prescritos por 878 médicos diferentes. Ao analisar o número de ações ajuizadas por advogado, observa-se que 35% das ações foram apresentadas por 1% dos advogados. CONCLUSÕES: Os dados das ações com os medicamentos classificados pelo seu fabricante mostram que poucos advogados são responsáveis pela maioria das demandas judiciais desses medicamentos. A observação de que mais de 70% das ações ajuizadas para certos medicamentos são de responsabilidade de um advogado pode sugerir uma relação estreita entre o advogado e o fabricante do medicamento.OBJETIVO: Analizar la concentración en la distribución de los procesos judiciales según medicamento (fabricante, medico prescriptor y abogado impetrante de la acción. MÉTODOS: Estudio descriptivo que analizó procesos judiciales catastrados en sistema de control judicial del estado de Sao Paulo, sureste de Brasil, en 2006, gastos realizados con la atención de las acciones judiciales y gastos totales de medicamentos. RESULTADOS: En 2006, fueron gastados 65 millones de reales por el estado de Sao Paulo con el cumplimiento de las decisiones judiciales para

  15. Group Work: How to Use Groups Effectively

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    Burke, Alison

    2011-01-01

    Many students cringe and groan when told that they will need to work in a group. However, group work has been found to be good for students and good for teachers. Employers want college graduates to have developed teamwork skills. Additionally, students who participate in collaborative learning get better grades, are more satisfied with their…

  16. Determinação de áreas prioritárias para ações de controle da dengue Determinación de áreas prioritarias para acciones de control del dengue Determination of priority areas for dengue control actions

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    Ana Paula da Costa Resendes

    2010-04-01

    fueron agrupadas según condiciones sociodemográficas en seis estratos, según la técnica de análisis de cluster por medio del método k-promedios. Posterior a la definición de los estratos fue realizado el cálculo de la incidencia del dengue por estrato para cuatro períodos distintos: 1998-2000; 2002; 2003-2006. RESULTADOS: El análisis de la incidencia mostró que las tasas para los tres últimos períodos del estudio fueron mayores en el estrato 2.1, de peores condiciones de infra-estructura de servicios de saneamiento y alto incremento poblacional, y en el estrato 3.1, donde hay mayor porcentaje de barrios. El estrato 1.2 presentó la menor incidencia y los mejores indicadores de saneamiento y renta, además de un pequeño incremento poblacional y menor proporción de barrios. Las tasas de incidencia en 2001 y 2002 fueron elevadas en la mayoría de los estratos, excepto en el estrato 1.2, cuyas urbanizaciones presentaron la menor heterogeneidad con relación a los indicadores utilizados. En 2001, los estratos presentaron altas tasas de incidencia cuando supuestamente la inmunidad de grupo se había establecido para el serotipo I, expresando la fuerza de transmisión de ese agente. CONCLUSIONES: La técnica de análisis de cluster posibilita el reconocimiento de áreas prioritarias, indicando aquellas donde acciones de control y vigilancia del dengue deben ser mejoradas, así como mejorías estructurales que interfieran en las condiciones de vida y salud de la población del municipio.OBJECTIVE: To identify areas at risk of dengue transmission by means of cluster analysis. METHODS: A cluster analysis in which the primary analysis units were the 48 districts of the municipality of Niterói, Southeastern Brazil, was conducted. The districts were grouped into six strata according to sociodemographic conditions, using the k-means cluster analysis method. After defining the strata, the incidence of dengue was calculated for each stratum in relation to four different

  17. Free Boolean Topological Groups

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    Full Text Available Known and new results on free Boolean topological groups are collected. An account of the properties that these groups share with free or free Abelian topological groups and properties specific to free Boolean groups is given. Special emphasis is placed on the application of set-theoretic methods to the study of Boolean topological groups.

  18. Small Group Research

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    McGrath, Joseph E.

    1978-01-01

    Summarizes research on small group processes by giving a comprehensive account of the types of variables primarily studied in the laboratory. These include group structure, group composition, group size, and group relations. Considers effects of power, leadership, conformity to social norms, and role relationships. (Author/AV)

  19. Geometric group theory

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    Druţu, Cornelia

    2018-01-01

    The key idea in geometric group theory is to study infinite groups by endowing them with a metric and treating them as geometric spaces. This applies to many groups naturally appearing in topology, geometry, and algebra, such as fundamental groups of manifolds, groups of matrices with integer coefficients, etc. The primary focus of this book is to cover the foundations of geometric group theory, including coarse topology, ultralimits and asymptotic cones, hyperbolic groups, isoperimetric inequalities, growth of groups, amenability, Kazhdan's Property (T) and the Haagerup property, as well as their characterizations in terms of group actions on median spaces and spaces with walls. The book contains proofs of several fundamental results of geometric group theory, such as Gromov's theorem on groups of polynomial growth, Tits's alternative, Stallings's theorem on ends of groups, Dunwoody's accessibility theorem, the Mostow Rigidity Theorem, and quasiisometric rigidity theorems of Tukia and Schwartz. This is the f...

  20. Profinite graphs and groups

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    Ribes, Luis

    2017-01-01

    This book offers a detailed introduction to graph theoretic methods in profinite groups and applications to abstract groups. It is the first to provide a comprehensive treatment of the subject. The author begins by carefully developing relevant notions in topology, profinite groups and homology, including free products of profinite groups, cohomological methods in profinite groups, and fixed points of automorphisms of free pro-p groups. The final part of the book is dedicated to applications of the profinite theory to abstract groups, with sections on finitely generated subgroups of free groups, separability conditions in free and amalgamated products, and algorithms in free groups and finite monoids. Profinite Graphs and Groups will appeal to students and researchers interested in profinite groups, geometric group theory, graphs and connections with the theory of formal languages. A complete reference on the subject, the book includes historical and bibliographical notes as well as a discussion of open quest...

  1. Group purchasing: an overview.

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    Wetrich, J G

    1987-07-01

    The various types and operational methods of purchasing groups are described, and evaluation of groups is discussed. Since group purchasing is increasing in popularity as a method of controlling drug costs, community and hospital pharmacy managers may need to evaluate various groups to determine the appropriateness of their services. Groups are categorized as independent, system based, or alliance or association based. Instead of "purchasing," some groups develop contracts for hospitals, which then purchase directly from the vendor. Aside from this basic difference between groups that purchase and groups that contract, comparisons among groups are difficult because of the wide variation in sizes and services. Competition developing from diversification among groups has led to "super groups," formed from local and regional groups. In evaluating groups, advantages and disadvantages germane to accomplishing the member's objectives must be considered. To ensure a group's success, members must be committed and support the group's philosophies; hospital pharmacists must help to establish a strong formulary system. To select vendors, groups should develop formal qualification and selection criteria and should not base a decision solely on price. The method of solicitation (bidding or negotiating), as well as the role of the prime vendor, should be studied. Legal implications of group purchasing, especially in the areas of administrative fees and drug diversion, must also be considered. The most advantageous group for each organization will include members with common missions and will be able to implement strategies for future success.

  2. Ordered groups and infinite permutation groups

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    The subjects of ordered groups and of infinite permutation groups have long en­ joyed a symbiotic relationship. Although the two subjects come from very different sources, they have in certain ways come together, and each has derived considerable benefit from the other. My own personal contact with this interaction began in 1961. I had done Ph. D. work on sequence convergence in totally ordered groups under the direction of Paul Conrad. In the process, I had encountered "pseudo-convergent" sequences in an ordered group G, which are like Cauchy sequences, except that the differences be­ tween terms of large index approach not 0 but a convex subgroup G of G. If G is normal, then such sequences are conveniently described as Cauchy sequences in the quotient ordered group GIG. If G is not normal, of course GIG has no group structure, though it is still a totally ordered set. The best that can be said is that the elements of G permute GIG in an order-preserving fashion. In independent investigations around that t...

  3. EURADOS action for determination of americium in skull measures in vivo and Monte Carlo simulation; Accion EURADOS para la determinacion de americio en craneo mediante medidas in-vivo y simulacion Monte Carlo

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    Lopez Ponte, M. A.; Navarro Amaro, J. F.; Perez Lopez, B.; Navarro Bravo, T.; Nogueira, P.; Vrba, T.

    2013-07-01

    From the Group of WG7 internal dosimetry of the EURADOS Organization (European Radiation Dosimetry group, e.V.) which It coordinates CIEMAT, international action for the vivo measurement of americium has been conducted in three mannequins type skull with detectors of Germanium by gamma spectrometry and simulation by Monte Carlo methods. Such action has been raised as two separate exercises, with the participation of institutions in Europe, America and Asia. Other actions similar precede this vivo intercomparison of measurement and modeling Monte Carlo1. The preliminary results and associated findings are presented in this work. The laboratory of the body radioactivity (CRC) of service counter of dosimetry staff internal (DPI) of the CIEMAT, it has been one of the participants in vivo measures exercise. On the other hand part, the Group of numerical dosimetry of CIEMAT is participant of the Monte Carlo2 simulation exercise. (Author)

  4. ALIGNMENTS OF GROUP GALAXIES WITH NEIGHBORING GROUPS

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    Wang Yougang; Chen Xuelei; Park, Changbom; Yang Xiaohu; Choi, Yun-Young

    2009-01-01

    Using a sample of galaxy groups found in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 4, we measure the following four types of alignment signals: (1) the alignment between the distributions of the satellites of each group relative to the direction of the nearest neighbor group (NNG); (2) the alignment between the major axis direction of the central galaxy of the host group (HG) and the direction of the NNG; (3) the alignment between the major axes of the central galaxies of the HG and the NNG; and (4) the alignment between the major axes of the satellites of the HG and the direction of the NNG. We find strong signal of alignment between the satellite distribution and the orientation of central galaxy relative to the direction of the NNG, even when the NNG is located beyond 3r vir of the host group. The major axis of the central galaxy of the HG is aligned with the direction of the NNG. The alignment signals are more prominent for groups that are more massive and with early-type central galaxies. We also find that there is a preference for the two major axes of the central galaxies of the HG and NNG to be parallel for the system with both early central galaxies, however, not for the systems with both late-type central galaxies. For the orientation of satellite galaxies, we do not find any significant alignment signals relative to the direction of the NNG. From these four types of alignment measurements, we conclude that the large-scale environment traced by the nearby group affects primarily the shape of the host dark matter halo, and hence also affects the distribution of satellite galaxies and the orientation of central galaxies. In addition, the NNG directly affects the distribution of the satellite galaxies by inducing asymmetric alignment signals, and the NNG at very small separation may also contribute a second-order impact on the orientation of the central galaxy in the HG.

  5. Citizens' action group

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    Andritzky, W.

    1978-01-01

    For the first empirical study of citizens' action groups 331 such groups were consulted. Important information was collected on the following aspects of these groups: their self-image, areas and forms of activities, objectives and their extent, how long the group has existed, successes and failures and their forms of organisation. (orig.) [de

  6. Communication in Organizational Groups

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    2007-01-01

    Organizational group can be defined as some persons between who exist interactive connections (functional, communication, affective, normative type). Classification of these groups can reflect the dimension, type of relationship or type of rules included. Organizational groups and their influence over the individual efficiency and the efficiency of the entire group are interconnected. Spontaneous roles in these groups sustain the structure of the relationship, and the personality of each indi...

  7. [Social crisis, spontaneous groups and group order].

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    Edelman, Lucila; Kordon, Diana

    2002-12-01

    Argentina has gone through very difficult times during the last years and, in particularly, new kinds of social practices have emerged in order to cope with the crisis. This situation demands and urges a new type of reflection upon the double role of groups, as tools to transform reality and as a way to elaborate those processes regarding subjectivity. In this paper we analyse some topics regarding the groupal field (considering spontaneous groups as well as groupal devices that allow to elaborate the crisis). We consider social bond to be the condition of possibility for the existence of the psyche and of time continuity, and that it also makes possible personal and social elaboration of trauma, crisis and social catastrophe. We develop some aspects of an specific device (the reflection group), which we have already depicted in another moment, showing it's usefulness to cope with social crisis and to promote the subjective elaboration of crisis.

  8. Introduction to topological groups

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    Husain, Taqdir

    2018-01-01

    Concise treatment covers semitopological groups, locally compact groups, Harr measure, and duality theory and some of its applications. The volume concludes with a chapter that introduces Banach algebras. 1966 edition.

  9. MSUD Family Support Group

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    ... The Treatment Of MSUD The MSUD Family Support Group has provided funds to Buck Institute for its ... of the membership of the MSUD Family Support Group, research for improved treatments and potential cure was ...

  10. Nilpotent -local finite groups

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    Cantarero, José; Scherer, Jérôme; Viruel, Antonio

    2014-10-01

    We provide characterizations of -nilpotency for fusion systems and -local finite groups that are inspired by known result for finite groups. In particular, we generalize criteria by Atiyah, Brunetti, Frobenius, Quillen, Stammbach and Tate.

  11. UPIN Group File

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — The Group Unique Physician Identifier Number (UPIN) File is the business entity file that contains the group practice UPIN and descriptive information. It does NOT...

  12. Group Decision Process Support

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    Gøtze, John; Hijikata, Masao

    1997-01-01

    Introducing the notion of Group Decision Process Support Systems (GDPSS) to traditional decision-support theorists.......Introducing the notion of Group Decision Process Support Systems (GDPSS) to traditional decision-support theorists....

  13. Gestalt Interactional Groups

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    Harman, Robert L.; Franklin, Richard W.

    1975-01-01

    Gestalt therapy in groups is not limited to individual work in the presence of an audience. Describes several ways to involve gestalt groups interactionally. Interactions described focus on learning by doing and discovering, and are noninterpretive. (Author/EJT)

  14. Group B streptococcus - pregnancy

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    ... medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000511.htm Group B streptococcus - pregnancy To use the sharing features on this page, please enable JavaScript. Group B streptococcus (GBS) is a type of bacteria that some ...

  15. Multicultural group work

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    Hansen, Annette Skovsted

    2014-01-01

    Motivation for the activity I use this strategy for forming groups to ensure diverse/multicultural groups that combine a variety of different strengths and resources based on student's academic, disciplinary, linguistic, national, personal and work backgrounds.......Motivation for the activity I use this strategy for forming groups to ensure diverse/multicultural groups that combine a variety of different strengths and resources based on student's academic, disciplinary, linguistic, national, personal and work backgrounds....

  16. The Areva Group; Le groupe Areva

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    This document provides information on the Areva Group, a world nuclear industry leader, offering solutions for nuclear power generation, electricity transmission and distribution and interconnect systems to the telecommunications, computer and automotive markets. It presents successively the front end division including the group business lines involved in producing nuclear fuel for electric power generation (uranium mining, concentration, conversion and enrichment and nuclear fuel fabrication); the reactors and services division which designs and builds PWR, BWR and research reactors; the back end division which encompasses the management of the fuel that has been used in nuclear power plants; the transmission and distribution division which provides products, systems and services to the medium and high voltage energy markets; the connectors division which designs and manufactures electrical, electronic and optical connectors, flexible micro circuitry and interconnection systems. Areva is implemented in Europe, north and south america, africa and asia-pacific. (A.L.B.)

  17. Groups, combinatorics and geometry

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    Ivanov, A A; Saxl, J

    2003-01-01

    Over the past 20 years, the theory of groups in particular simplegroups, finite and algebraic has influenced a number of diverseareas of mathematics. Such areas include topics where groups have beentraditionally applied, such as algebraic combinatorics, finitegeometries, Galois theory and permutation groups, as well as severalmore recent developments.

  18. Working Group 7 Summary

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    Nagaitsev S.; Berg J.

    2012-06-10

    The primary subject of working group 7 at the 2012 Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop was muon accelerators for a muon collider or neutrino factory. Additionally, this working group included topics that did not fit well into other working groups. Two subjects were discussed by more than one speaker: lattices to create a perfectly integrable nonlinear lattice, and a Penning trap to create antihydrogen.

  19. AREVA group overview

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    2002-01-01

    This document presents the Group Areva, a world nuclear industry leader, from a financial holding company to an industrial group, operating in two businesses: the nuclear energy and the components. The structure and the market of the group are discussed, as the financial assets. (A.L.B.)

  20. Group Psychotherapy in Denmark.

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    Jørgensen, Lars Bo; Thygesen, Bente; Aagaard, Søren

    2015-10-01

    This is a short article on the history and training standards in the Institute of Group Analysis in Copenhagen (IGA-CPH). We describe theoretical orientations and influences in the long-term training program and new initiatives, like courses in mentalization-based group treatment and a dynamic short-term group therapy course, as well as research in group psychotherapy in Denmark. Some group analytic initiatives in relation to social issues and social welfare are presented, as well as initiatives concerning the school system and unemployment.

  1. Group theory I essentials

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    Milewski, Emil G

    2012-01-01

    REA's Essentials provide quick and easy access to critical information in a variety of different fields, ranging from the most basic to the most advanced. As its name implies, these concise, comprehensive study guides summarize the essentials of the field covered. Essentials are helpful when preparing for exams, doing homework and will remain a lasting reference source for students, teachers, and professionals. Group Theory I includes sets and mapping, groupoids and semi-groups, groups, isomorphisms and homomorphisms, cyclic groups, the Sylow theorems, and finite p-groups.

  2. Lectures on Chevalley groups

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    Steinberg, Robert

    2016-01-01

    Robert Steinberg's Lectures on Chevalley Groups were delivered and written during the author's sabbatical visit to Yale University in the 1967-1968 academic year. The work presents the status of the theory of Chevalley groups as it was in the mid-1960s. Much of this material was instrumental in many areas of mathematics, in particular in the theory of algebraic groups and in the subsequent classification of finite groups. This posthumous edition incorporates additions and corrections prepared by the author during his retirement, including a new introductory chapter. A bibliography and editorial notes have also been added. This is a great unsurpassed introduction to the subject of Chevalley groups that influenced generations of mathematicians. I would recommend it to anybody whose interests include group theory. -Efim Zelmanov, University of California, San Diego Robert Steinberg's lectures on Chevalley groups were given at Yale University in 1967. The notes for the lectures contain a wonderful exposition of ...

  3. E-groups training

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    There will be an e-groups training course on 16 March 2012 which will cover the main e-groups functionalities i.e.: creating and managing e-groups, difference between static and dynamic e-groups, configuring posting restrictions and archives, examples of where e-groups can be used in daily work. Even if you have already worked with e-groups, this may be a good opportunity to learn about the best practices and security related recommendations when using e-groups. You can find more details as well as enrolment form for the training (it’s free) here. The number of places is limited, so enrolling early is recommended.   Technical Training Tel. 72844

  4. Group Psychotherapy in Italy.

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    Giannone, Francesca; Giordano, Cecilia; Di Blasi, Maria

    2015-10-01

    This article describes the history and the prevailing orientations of group psychotherapy in Italy (psychoanalytically oriented, psychodrama, CBT groups) and particularly group analysis. Provided free of charge by the Italian health system, group psychotherapy is growing, but its expansion is patchy. The main pathways of Italian training in the different group psychotherapy orientations are also presented. Clinical-theoretical elaboration on self development, psychopathology related to group experiences, and the methodological attention paid to objectives and methods in different clinical groups are issues related to group therapy in Italy. Difficulties in the relationship between research and clinical practice are discussed, as well as the empirical research network that tries to bridge the gap between research and clinical work in group psychotherapy. The economic crisis in Italy has led to massive cuts in health care and to an increasing demand for some forms of psychological treatment. For these reasons, and because of its positive cost-benefit ratio, group psychotherapy is now considered an important tool in the national health care system to expand the clinical response to different forms of psychological distress.

  5. Plan de acciones físico-educativas para corregir las posturas incorrectas y prevenir la escoliosis en los alumnos de quinto grado de la escuela primaria “Pablo de la Torriente Brau” del municipio Pinar del Río

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    Yarisel Quiñones Rodríguez

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Con este trabajo se quiere contribuir a la corrección de las posturas incorrectas y prevenir la escoliosis en los alumnos de quinto grado de la escuela primaria “Pablo de la Torriente Brau” del municipio Pinar del Río. La edad que se estudia está enmarcada en un período de crecimiento y desarrollo en el organismo, durante el que se tiende a deformar la columna vertebral por las posturas inadecuadas al sentarse, al levantarse, dormir, tomar cosas del piso, cargar objetos pesados, etc. Nos apoyamos en la utilización de los métodos: empíricos, teóricos y matemáticos estadísticos; tales como la observación, entrevista y encuesta, así como análisis- síntesis, histórico- lógico, inductivo-deductivo y enfoque sistémico, además de la media y dócima de proporciones. Después de aplicar los instrumentos se comprobó la necesidad de diseñar un plan de acciones físico-educativas, que en este caso involucra tres dimensiones: la escuela, la familia y la clase de Educación Física.

  6. Sistematización de experiencias: reconstrucción de la memoria histórica del Frente Nacional de Pueblos Indígenas (FRENAPI, dilucidando las experiencias de contraste y las acciones contenciosas en procura de construcción de Derechos Humanos

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    David Quesada García

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available El propósito del presente artículo es reflexionar sobre las luchas por los derechos humanos de los pueblos indígenas costarricenses, a partir de un ejercicio de sistematización de experiencias, que consistió en una reconstrucción del proceso vivido por el Frente Nacional de Pueblos Indígenas desde el 2001 hasta el 2014, a través de la recuperación de parte de su memoria histórica, de su caminar y de su identidad como movimiento. Este acercamiento se hace desde una mirada sociológica, cuyo énfasis es conocer el proceso de producción y los aprendizajes intrínsecos a las luchas por la defensa y la promoción en derechos humanos llevadas a cabo por la plataforma de movimientos indígenas. Entre sus conclusiones se destaca el crecimiento de las acciones llevadas a cabo, por medio de la organización, sensibilización y concientización en derechos humanos de estos pueblos indígenas.

  7. Geometric group theory

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    Bestvina, Mladen; Vogtmann, Karen

    2014-01-01

    Geometric group theory refers to the study of discrete groups using tools from topology, geometry, dynamics and analysis. The field is evolving very rapidly and the present volume provides an introduction to and overview of various topics which have played critical roles in this evolution. The book contains lecture notes from courses given at the Park City Math Institute on Geometric Group Theory. The institute consists of a set of intensive short courses offered by leaders in the field, designed to introduce students to exciting, current research in mathematics. These lectures do not duplicate standard courses available elsewhere. The courses begin at an introductory level suitable for graduate students and lead up to currently active topics of research. The articles in this volume include introductions to CAT(0) cube complexes and groups, to modern small cancellation theory, to isometry groups of general CAT(0) spaces, and a discussion of nilpotent genus in the context of mapping class groups and CAT(0) gro...

  8. Action of the chlorophyllin before genetic damage induced by gamma radiation in germinal cells of Drosophila; Accion de la clorofilina ante el dano genetico inducido por radiacion gamma en celulas germinales de Drosophila

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    Moreno B, R

    2004-07-01

    The chlorophyllin (CHLN) is a porphyrin of nutritious grade and soluble in water, derived of the chlorophyll. It has been reported that this pigment is a good anti mutagen since it reduces the damage to the DNA caused by physical or chemical agents of direct or indirect action. Their anti carcinogenic action has also been demonstrated when it is administered itself during the induced post-initiation phase by aflatoxins and heterocyclic amines. However in the last decade it has been reported that it also has promoter activity against the genetic damage induced by diverse agents like the alkyl ants of direct and indirect action, the gamma radiation and some heterocyclic amines. This effect has been observed in testing systems like Salmonella, Drosophila, rainbow trout and rodents. In the mouse spermatogonia it has been reported that it reduces the damage to the DNA but with the test of lethal dominant in Drosophila increment the damage induced by gamma radiation. The present study consisted on evaluating the effect of the CHLN in the line germinal masculine of Drosophila by means of the lethal recessive test bound to the sex (LRLS) with the stump Muller 5 and a litters system. Its were pretreated wild males with CHLN and 24 h later were irradiated with 0, 10, 20 and 40 Gy of gamma radiation immediately later were crossed with virgin females of the stump Basc and at 72 h the male was transferred to a cultivation media with three new virgin females, this process repeated three times until completing 3 litters. The F1 it was crossed among itself and in the F2 it was analysed the presence or absence of lethals. The results indicated that the CHLN per se incremented the basal frequency of damage due to the pigment can act as an agent that is inserted to the ADN causing pre mutagenic leisure. Nevertheless with the groups treated with the different doses of gamma radiation the CHLN does not present any protector action, neither promoter except in the litter I of the group

  9. CLASSIFICATION OF CRIMINAL GROUPS

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    Natalia Romanova

    2013-01-01

    New types of criminal groups are emerging in modern society.  These types have their special criminal subculture. The research objective is to develop new parameters of classification of modern criminal groups, create a new typology of criminal groups and identify some features of their subculture. Research methodology is based on the system approach that includes using the method of analysis of documentary sources (materials of a criminal case), method of conversations with themembers of the...

  10. Group therapy for adolescents

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    Nada Hribar

    2001-01-01

    The group included adolescents from secondary school and some students. The group had weekly sessions or twice on mounth. The adolescents had varied simptoms: depressive, anxiety, psychosomatic disorders, learning difficulties, cunduct problems. All of adolescents were common on many problems in social interactions. The goal of therapeutic work were: to increase assertiveness skills and to reduce the anxious in social situations. The adolescents in group raised a self-esteem and developed som...

  11. Presentations of groups

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    Johnson, D L

    1997-01-01

    The aim of this book is to provide an introduction to combinatorial group theory. Any reader who has completed first courses in linear algebra, group theory and ring theory will find this book accessible. The emphasis is on computational techniques but rigorous proofs of all theorems are supplied. This new edition has been revised throughout, including new exercises and an additional chapter on proving that certain groups are infinite.

  12. Group-Server Queues

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    Li, Quan-Lin; Ma, Jing-Yu; Xie, Mingzhou; Xia, Li

    2017-01-01

    By analyzing energy-efficient management of data centers, this paper proposes and develops a class of interesting {\\it Group-Server Queues}, and establishes two representative group-server queues through loss networks and impatient customers, respectively. Furthermore, such two group-server queues are given model descriptions and necessary interpretation. Also, simple mathematical discussion is provided, and simulations are made to study the expected queue lengths, the expected sojourn times ...

  13. Environmental groups in politics

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    Lowe, P.; Goyder, J.

    1983-01-01

    The subject is covered in chapters, entitled: introduction; (Part I) the environmental movement (environmental groups and the attentive public; the episodic development of the environmental movement; the underlying values of environmentalism; the roots of environmental concern; the social limits to growth; elite manipulation of values); the organisation of environmental groups; environmental groups in national politics; environmental groups in local politics; (Part II) the Henley Society; Friends of the Earth; the National Trust; the Royal Society for Nature Conservation; the European Environmental Bureau. (U.K.)

  14. Complex quantum groups

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    Drabant, B.; Schlieker, M.

    1993-01-01

    The complex quantum groups are constructed. They are q-deformations of the real Lie groups which are obtained as the complex groups corresponding to the Lie algebras of type A n-1 , B n , C n . Following the ideas of Faddeev, Reshetikhin and Takhtajan Hopf algebras of regular functionals U R for these complexified quantum groups are constructed. One has thus in particular found a construction scheme for the q-Lorentz algebra to be identified as U(sl q (2,C). (orig.)

  15. Explosive Technology Group

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — The Explosive Technology Group (ETG) provides diverse technical expertise and an agile, integrated approach to solve complex challenges for all classes of energetic...

  16. Study Groups in Denmark

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    Hjorth, Poul G.

    2007-01-01

    Since 1998 European Study Groups have been held in Denmark, and Danish companies from LEGO and NOVO to very small high-tech firms have participated. I briefly describe the history, the organisation and the format of the Danish Study Groups, and highlight a few problem solutions.......Since 1998 European Study Groups have been held in Denmark, and Danish companies from LEGO and NOVO to very small high-tech firms have participated. I briefly describe the history, the organisation and the format of the Danish Study Groups, and highlight a few problem solutions....

  17. Lie groups for pedestrians

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    Lipkin, Harry J

    2002-01-01

    According to the author of this concise, high-level study, physicists often shy away from group theory, perhaps because they are unsure which parts of the subject belong to the physicist and which belong to the mathematician. However, it is possible for physicists to understand and use many techniques which have a group theoretical basis without necessarily understanding all of group theory. This book is designed to familiarize physicists with those techniques. Specifically, the author aims to show how the well-known methods of angular momentum algebra can be extended to treat other Lie group

  18. The normal holonomy group

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    Olmos, C.

    1990-05-01

    The restricted holonomy group of a Riemannian manifold is a compact Lie group and its representation on the tangent space is a product of irreducible representations and a trivial one. Each one of the non-trivial factors is either an orthogonal representation of a connected compact Lie group which acts transitively on the unit sphere or it is the isotropy representation of a single Riemannian symmetric space of rank ≥ 2. We prove that, all these properties are also true for the representation on the normal space of the restricted normal holonomy group of any submanifold of a space of constant curvature. 4 refs

  19. O grupo pesquisador construindo ações de autocuidado para o envelhecimento saudável: pesquisa sociopoética El grupo investigador construyendo acciones de cuidar de si para el envejecimiento saludable: abordaje sociopoética The research group building self-care actions for the healthy aging process: sociopoetic research

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    Iraci dos Santos; Aila Cristina dos Santos Alves; Alysson Fabio Leandro da Silva; Célia Pereira Caldas; Lina Márcia Miguéis Berardinelli; Rosimere Ferreira Santana

    2011-01-01

    Este trabalho teve como objetivo analisar os sentimentos de pessoas idosas sobre o autocuidado, à luz da Teoria de Nola Pender, que combina experiências cognitivas, crenças, hábitos e práticas, caracterizando a cultura e o modo de vida do grupo. Método sociopoético, mediante prática artística realizada em 2008 com participantes da UnAti-UERJ. Produção de dados submetida à análise temática sociopoética. Resultados: foram encontradas as categorias "Rosto coletivo do envelhecimento - as pessoas ...

  20. Proceso de Cambio Psicoterapéutico: Análisis de Episodios Relevantes en una Terapia Grupal con Pacientes Adictos Therapeutic Change Process: Analysis of Relevant Episodes in a Group Therapy With Addict Patients

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    Nelson Valdés

    2005-11-01

    Full Text Available En el presente artículo se presentan los resultados de una investigación que tuvo como objetivo determinar y describir el tipo de acciones comunicacionales realizadas por terapeutas y pacientes durante las sesiones de una terapia grupal. Para esto se utilizó una metodología orientada al descubrimiento empleando un análisis cualitativo de contenido. En los resultados se incluye tanto la descripción de las acciones identificadas de acuerdo al nivel de análisis, así como los patrones ideales de secuencia de dichos componentes asociados al cambio y propios de esta modalidad terapéutica. Finalmente, los resultados son discutidos considerando los principales antecedentes teóricos y empíricos en materia de investigación en psicoterapia.This article presents the results of a study aimed to determine and describe the type of communicative actions made by therapists and patients during the sessions of a group therapy. A discovery-oriented methodology was applied, conducting qualitative content analysis. Results include the description of the identified actions by levels of analysis, and their ideal sequential patterns, associated to in-session change and particularly to this therapeutic modality. Finally, the results are discussed considering the main theoretical and empirical frameworks in psychotherapy research.

  1. Trajectory grouping structure

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    Maike Buchin

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available The collective motion of a set of moving entities like people, birds, or other animals, is characterized by groups arising, merging, splitting, and ending. Given the trajectories of these entities, we define and model a structure that captures all of such changes using the Reeb graph, a concept from topology. The trajectory grouping structure has three natural parameters that allow more global views of the data in group size, group duration, and entity inter-distance. We prove complexity bounds on the maximum number of maximal groups that can be present, and give algorithms to compute the grouping structure efficiently. We also study how the trajectory grouping structure can be made robust, that is, how brief interruptions of groups can be disregarded in the global structure, adding a notion of persistence to the structure. Furthermore, we showcase the results of experiments using data generated by the NetLogo flocking model and from the Starkey project. The Starkey data describe the movement of elk, deer, and cattle. Although there is no ground truth for the grouping structure in this data, the experiments show that the trajectory grouping structure is plausible and has the desired effects when changing the essential parameters. Our research provides the first complete study of trajectory group evolvement, including combinatorial,algorithmic, and experimental results.

  2. La celebración del año internacional de la mujer en Argentina (1975: acciones y conflitos The celebration of the international women's year in Argentina (1975: actions and conflicts

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    Verónica Giordano

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo estudia las repercusiones del Año Internacional de la Mujer (1975 en Argentina, cuya actividad central fue la Conferencia reunida en México DF entre el 19 de junio y el 2 de julio. En ese momento, Argentina atravesaba una coyuntura de fuerte conflictividad política situada entre dos férreas dictaduras (1966-1973 y 1976-1983. La convocatoria de la ONU dio a las mujeres mayor visibilidad como sujetos sociales con demandas propias. Es un tema poco visibilizado en la historiografía, que aquí se aborda considerando la invocación de los derechos de las mujeres como consigna política en disputa. El análisis permite evidenciar los límites y la reticencia del Estado y de algunas mujeres y grupos de mujeres para abarcar esas demandas.This article studies the impact of the International Women's Year (1975 in Argentina. Its main activity was an International Conference which took place in Mexico City between June, 19 and July, 2. At that moment, Argentina was going though a time of strong political conflict, a time embedded between two fierce dictatorships (1966-1973 y 1976-1983. It is a topic which has not been so much visible in historiographical studies and that this article considers together with the invocation of women's rights as a disputable political cause. The invitation addressed by the UN made women more visible as individuals with their own demands. The analysis of this topic helps evidence the limits and unwillingness of the State and of some women and women's groups to embrace those demands.

  3. Computational methods working group

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    Gabriel, T.A.

    1997-09-01

    During the Cold Moderator Workshop several working groups were established including one to discuss calculational methods. The charge for this working group was to identify problems in theory, data, program execution, etc., and to suggest solutions considering both deterministic and stochastic methods including acceleration procedures.

  4. GroupFinder

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    Bøgh, Kenneth Sejdenfaden; Skovsgaard, Anders; Jensen, Christian S.

    2013-01-01

    . Such groups are relevant to users who wish to conveniently explore several options before making a decision such as to purchase a specific product. Specifically, we demonstrate a practical proposal for finding top-k PoI groups in response to a query. We show how problem parameter settings can be mapped...

  5. Toleration, Groups, and Multiculturalism

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    Lægaard, Sune

    2014-01-01

    have the ability to interfere with the group’s activities, an object of dislike or disapproval, an agent enjoying non-interference or a moral patient. This means that 'toleration of groups' can mean quite different things depending on the exact meaning of 'group' in relation to each component...

  6. Group B Strep Infection

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    ... IV) to kill the germs. If you take antibiotics while you’re in labor, the chances are very good that your baby won’t get this infection. What if my baby has group B strep? If your baby gets group B strep, he or she will be treated with IV antibiotics to kill the bacteria. Your baby will stay ...

  7. Group Process as Drama.

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    McLeod, John

    1984-01-01

    Suggests that drama, as well as training or therapy, may be employed as a useful research and practice paradigm in working with small groups. The implications of this view for group development as a whole, and for member and leader participation, are explored. (JAC)

  8. Group Work. Research Brief

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    Walker, Karen

    2010-01-01

    According to Johnson and Johnson, group work helps increase student retention and satisfaction, develops strong oral communication and social skills, as well as higher self-esteem (University of Minnesota, n.d.). Group work, when planned and implemented deliberately and thoughtfully helps students develop cognitive and leadership skills as well as…

  9. Physically detached 'compact groups'

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    Hernquist, Lars; Katz, Neal; Weinberg, David H.

    1995-01-01

    A small fraction of galaxies appear to reside in dense compact groups, whose inferred crossing times are much shorter than a Hubble time. These short crossing times have led to considerable disagreement among researchers attempting to deduce the dynamical state of these systems. In this paper, we suggest that many of the observed groups are not physically bound but are chance projections of galaxies well separated along the line of sight. Unlike earlier similar proposals, ours does not require that the galaxies in the compact group be members of a more diffuse, but physically bound entity. The probability of physically separated galaxies projecting into an apparent compact group is nonnegligible if most galaxies are distributed in thin filaments. We illustrate this general point with a specific example: a simulation of a cold dark matter universe, in which hydrodynamic effects are included to identify galaxies. The simulated galaxy distribution is filamentary and end-on views of these filaments produce apparent galaxy associations that have sizes and velocity dispersions similar to those of observed compact groups. The frequency of such projections is sufficient, in principle, to explain the observed space density of groups in the Hickson catalog. We discuss the implications of our proposal for the formation and evolution of groups and elliptical galaxies. The proposal can be tested by using redshift-independent distance estimators to measure the line-of-sight spatial extent of nearby compact groups.

  10. Introduction to quantum groups

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    Sudbery, A.

    1996-01-01

    These pedagogical lectures contain some motivation for the study of quantum groups; a definition of ''quasi triangular Hopf algebra'' with explanations of all the concepts required to build it up; descriptions of quantised universal enveloping algebras and the quantum double; and an account of quantised function algebras and the action of quantum groups on quantum spaces. (author)

  11. Beam dynamics group summary

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    Peggs, S.

    1994-01-01

    This paper summarizes the activities of the beam dynamics working group of the LHC Collective Effects Workshop that was held in Montreux in 1994. It reviews the presentations that were made to the group, the discussions that ensued, and the consensuses that evolved

  12. Our Deming Users' Group.

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    Dinklocker, Christina

    1992-01-01

    After training in the Total Quality Management concept, a suburban Ohio school district created a Deming Users' Group to link agencies, individuals, and ideas. The group has facilitated ongoing school/business collaboration, networking among individuals from diverse school systems, mentoring and cooperative learning activities, and resource…

  13. Asymmetry within social groups

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    Barker, Jessie; Loope, Kevin J.; Reeve, H. Kern

    2016-01-01

    Social animals vary in their ability to compete with group members over shared resources and also vary in their cooperative efforts to produce these resources. Competition among groups can promote within-group cooperation, but many existing models of intergroup cooperation do not explicitly account...... of two roles, with relative competitive efficiency and the number of individuals varying between roles. Players in each role make simultaneous, coevolving decisions. The model predicts that although intergroup competition increases cooperative contributions to group resources by both roles, contributions...... are predominantly from individuals in the less competitively efficient role, whereas individuals in the more competitively efficient role generally gain the larger share of these resources. When asymmetry in relative competitive efficiency is greater, a group's per capita cooperation (averaged across both roles...

  14. Supervision and group dynamics

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    Hansen, Søren; Jensen, Lars Peter

    2004-01-01

     An important aspect of the problem based and project organized study at Aalborg University is the supervision of the project groups. At the basic education (first year) it is stated in the curriculum that part of the supervisors' job is to deal with group dynamics. This is due to the experience...... that many students are having difficulties with practical issues such as collaboration, communication, and project management. Most supervisors either ignore this demand, because they do not find it important or they find it frustrating, because they do not know, how to supervise group dynamics...... as well as at Aalborg University. The first visible result has been participating supervisors telling us that the course has inspired them to try supervising group dynamics in the future. This paper will explore some aspects of supervising group dynamics as well as, how to develop the Aalborg model...

  15. Summary of group discussions

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    2009-01-01

    A key aspect of the workshop was the interaction and exchange of ideas and information among the 40 participants. To facilitate this activity the workshop participants were divided into five discussions groups. These groups reviewed selected subjects and reported back to the main body with summaries of their considerations. Over the 3 days the 5 discussion groups were requested to focus on the following subjects: the characteristics and capabilities of 'good' organisations; how to ensure sufficient resources; how to ensure competence within the organisation; how to demonstrate organisational suitability; the regulatory oversight processes - including their strengths and weaknesses. A list of the related questions that were provided to the discussion groups can be found in Appendix 3. Also included in Appendix 3 are copies of the slides the groups prepared that summarised their considerations

  16. Natural analogue working group

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    Come, B.; Chapman, N.

    1986-01-01

    A Natural Analogue Working Group was established by the Commission of the European Communities in 1985. The purpose of this group is to bring together modellers with earth scientists and others, so that maximum benefit can be obtained from natural analogue studies with a view to safe geological disposal of radioactive waste. The first meeting of this group was held in Brussels from November 5 to 7, 1985. The discussions mainly concerned the identification of the modellers' needs and of the earth scientists' capacity to provide for them. Following the debates, a written statement was produced by the Group; this document forms the core of the present Report. Notes and outlines of many of the presentations made are grouped in four appendixes. The valuable contribution of all those involved in the meeting is gratefully acknowledged

  17. Ordered groups and topology

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    Clay, Adam

    2016-01-01

    This book deals with the connections between topology and ordered groups. It begins with a self-contained introduction to orderable groups and from there explores the interactions between orderability and objects in low-dimensional topology, such as knot theory, braid groups, and 3-manifolds, as well as groups of homeomorphisms and other topological structures. The book also addresses recent applications of orderability in the studies of codimension-one foliations and Heegaard-Floer homology. The use of topological methods in proving algebraic results is another feature of the book. The book was written to serve both as a textbook for graduate students, containing many exercises, and as a reference for researchers in topology, algebra, and dynamical systems. A basic background in group theory and topology is the only prerequisite for the reader.

  18. Group prenatal care.

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    Mazzoni, Sara E; Carter, Ebony B

    2017-06-01

    Patients participating in group prenatal care gather together with women of similar gestational ages and 2 providers who cofacilitate an educational session after a brief medical assessment. The model was first described in the 1990s by a midwife for low-risk patients and is now practiced by midwives and physicians for both low-risk patients and some high-risk patients, such as those with diabetes. The majority of literature on group prenatal care uses CenteringPregnancy, the most popular model. The first randomized controlled trial of CenteringPregnancy showed that it reduced the risk of preterm birth in low-risk women. However, recent meta-analyses have shown similar rates of preterm birth, low birthweight, and neonatal intensive care unit admission between women participating in group prenatal care and individual prenatal care. There may be subgroups, such as African Americans, who benefit from this type of prenatal care with significantly lower rates of preterm birth. Group prenatal care seems to result in increased patient satisfaction and knowledge and use of postpartum family planning as well as improved weight gain parameters. The literature is inconclusive regarding breast-feeding, stress, depression, and positive health behaviors, although it is theorized that group prenatal care positively affects these outcomes. It is unclear whether group prenatal care results in cost savings, although it may in large-volume practices if each group consists of approximately 8-10 women. Group prenatal care requires a significant paradigm shift. It can be difficult to implement and sustain. More randomized trials are needed to ascertain the true benefits of the model, best practices for implementation, and subgroups who may benefit most from this innovative way to provide prenatal care. In short, group prenatal care is an innovative and promising model with comparable pregnancy outcomes to individual prenatal care in the general population and improved outcomes in some

  19. Critical groups - basic concepts

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    Carter, M.W.

    1992-01-01

    The potential exposure pathways from the land application site to man are presented. It is emphasised that the critical group is not necessary the population group closest to the source. It could be the group impact by the most significant pathways(s). Only by assessing the importance of each of these pathways and then combining them can a proper choice of critical group be made. It would be wrong to select a critical group on the basis that it seems the most probable one, before the pathways have been properly assessed. A calculation in Carter (1983) suggested that for the operating mine site, the annual doses to an Aboriginal person, a service worker and a local housewife, were all about the same and were in the range 0.1 to 0.2 mSv per year. Thus it may be that for the land application area, the critical group turns out to be non-Aboriginal rather than the expected Aboriginal group. 6 refs., 3 figs

  20. Effects of Gamma Radiation on the Constituents of Wheat Flour; Action des Rayons Gamma sur les Elements Constitutifs de la Farine de Ble; Dejstvie gamma-luchej na sostavnye ehlementy muki; Accion de los Ratos Gamma Sobre los Elementos Constitutivos de la Harina de Trigo

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    Deschreider, A. R. [Laboratoire Central du Ministere des Affaires Economiques, Bruxelles (Belgium)

    1966-11-15

    Physical, chemical and biochemical changes occur in the constituents of wheat exposed to gamma radiation. The extent of these changes depends on the origin of the wheat and on the radiation dose. The carotenoids of the oily fraction of the wheat are reduced by the effects of the radiation, disappearing when the dose reaches 4 Mrad. However, the chemical composition of the lipids, which are the seat of reactions similar to those giving rise to hydroperoxides, remains virtually unchanged even at very high doses. The substantial degradation of the starch indicates that the polysaccharides of the wheat are the fractions most severely affected by radiation. This leads to an increase in the reducing substances already present and in the maltose index as the dose rises. However, the increase in autolytic production of reducing sugars in the irradiated wheat is due to the greater susceptibility of the starch to hydrolysis by the diastases. The denaturation of the polysaccharides reduces the viscosity of the starch pastes thanks to an increase in the solubility of the amylopectin. Gamma irradiation generally reduces the proteolytic activity of flour, and, in the case of high doses, causes not only a partial denaturation of the proteins but also their polymerization and/or condensation. This polymerization may be explained by the reaction of free radicals with the gluten proteins having -SH groups and by the interaction of primary radicals in the protein macromolecules (these phenomena occurring during irradiation). The modifications in the proteins cause variations in the solubility of the albumin, gliadin and glutenin, and also in the percentage distribution of the groups of which they consist. It was found that low gamma radiation doses (20 000 - 150 000 rad) produce a maximum in the curves of starch viscosity, substances capable of precipitation by electrodialysis, gliadin solubility and the Hagberg index. This anomaly explains the improvement in baking properties which

  1. Groups - Modular Mathematics Series

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    Jordan, David

    1994-01-01

    This text provides an introduction to group theory with an emphasis on clear examples. The authors present groups as naturally occurring structures arising from symmetry in geometrical figures and other mathematical objects. Written in a 'user-friendly' style, where new ideas are always motivated before being fully introduced, the text will help readers to gain confidence and skill in handling group theory notation before progressing on to applying it in complex situations. An ideal companion to any first or second year course on the topic.

  2. Introduction to quantum groups

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    Chaichian, Masud

    1996-01-01

    In the past decade there has been an extemely rapid growth in the interest and development of quantum group theory.This book provides students and researchers with a practical introduction to the principal ideas of quantum groups theory and its applications to quantum mechanical and modern field theory problems. It begins with a review of, and introduction to, the mathematical aspects of quantum deformation of classical groups, Lie algebras and related objects (algebras of functions on spaces, differential and integral calculi). In the subsequent chapters the richness of mathematical structure

  3. Group key management

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    Dunigan, T.; Cao, C.

    1997-08-01

    This report describes an architecture and implementation for doing group key management over a data communications network. The architecture describes a protocol for establishing a shared encryption key among an authenticated and authorized collection of network entities. Group access requires one or more authorization certificates. The implementation includes a simple public key and certificate infrastructure. Multicast is used for some of the key management messages. An application programming interface multiplexes key management and user application messages. An implementation using the new IP security protocols is postulated. The architecture is compared with other group key management proposals, and the performance and the limitations of the implementation are described.

  4. Group therapy for adolescents

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    Nada Hribar

    2001-03-01

    Full Text Available The group included adolescents from secondary school and some students. The group had weekly sessions or twice on mounth. The adolescents had varied simptoms: depressive, anxiety, psychosomatic disorders, learning difficulties, cunduct problems. All of adolescents were common on many problems in social interactions. The goal of therapeutic work were: to increase assertiveness skills and to reduce the anxious in social situations. The adolescents in group raised a self-esteem and developed some assertiveness skills: eye contact" and effective communication skills, persistence, refusing and requesting, giving and receiving critism, etc. The methods of work and techniques were based on principles of cognitive-behaviour therapy.

  5. Matrix groups for undergraduates

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    Tapp, Kristopher

    2005-01-01

    Matrix groups touch an enormous spectrum of the mathematical arena. This textbook brings them into the undergraduate curriculum. It makes an excellent one-semester course for students familiar with linear and abstract algebra and prepares them for a graduate course on Lie groups. Matrix Groups for Undergraduates is concrete and example-driven, with geometric motivation and rigorous proofs. The story begins and ends with the rotations of a globe. In between, the author combines rigor and intuition to describe basic objects of Lie theory: Lie algebras, matrix exponentiation, Lie brackets, and maximal tori.

  6. Definable group extensions and o-minimal group cohomology via spectral sequences

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    Barriga, Eliana

    2013-01-01

    Se presenta el fundamento teórico para las sucesiones espectrales de Lyndon-Hochschild-Serre como una herramienta para estudiar la cohomología de grupos y con ésta las extensiones de grupos en la categoría de los grupos definibles. También se presentan varios resultados en módulos definibles y acciones, extensiones definibles y cohomología de grupos definibles. Estos tienen aplicaciones en el estudio de los grupos definibles no definiblemente compactos en teorías o-minimales (see [1]).

  7. UnitedHealth Group

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    UnitedHealth Group provides accessible and affordable services, improved quality of care, coordinated health care efforts, and a supportive environment for shared decision making between patients and their physicians.

  8. Homogeneous group, research, institution

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    Francesca Natascia Vasta

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available The work outlines the complex connection among empiric research, therapeutic programs and host institution. It is considered the current research state in Italy. Italian research field is analyzed and critic data are outlined: lack of results regarding both the therapeutic processes and the effectiveness of eating disorders group analytic treatment. The work investigates on an eating disorders homogeneous group, led into an eating disorder outpatient service. First we present the methodological steps the research is based on including the strong connection among theory and clinical tools. Secondly clinical tools are described and the results commented. Finally, our results suggest the necessity of validating some more specifical hypothesis: verifying the relationship between clinical improvement (sense of exclusion and painful emotions reduction and specific group therapeutic processes; verifying the relationship between depressive feelings, relapses and transition trough a more differentiated groupal field.Keywords: Homogeneous group; Eating disorders; Institutional field; Therapeutic outcome

  9. Color transparency study group

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    Appel, J.A.; Pordes, S.; Botts, J.; Bunce, G.; Farrar, G.

    1990-01-01

    The group studied the relatively new notion of color transparency, discussed present experimental evidence for the effect, and explored several ideas for future experiments. This write-up summarizes these discussions. 11 refs., 1 fig

  10. Generalized quantum groups

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    Leivo, H.P.

    1992-01-01

    The algebraic approach to quantum groups is generalized to include what may be called an anyonic symmetry, reflecting the appearance of phases more general than ±1 under transposition. (author). 6 refs

  11. Groups – Additive Notation

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    Coghetto Roland

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available We translate the articles covering group theory already available in the Mizar Mathematical Library from multiplicative into additive notation. We adapt the works of Wojciech A. Trybulec [41, 42, 43] and Artur Korniłowicz [25].

  12. Groups – Additive Notation

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    Coghetto Roland

    2015-01-01

    We translate the articles covering group theory already available in the Mizar Mathematical Library from multiplicative into additive notation. We adapt the works of Wojciech A. Trybulec [41, 42, 43] and Artur Korniłowicz [25].

  13. Creativity and group innovation

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    Nijstad, B.A.; de Dreu, C.K.W.

    2002-01-01

    Comments on M. West's article regarding the validity of an integrative model of creativity and innovation implementation in work groups. Variables affecting the level of team innovation; Relationship between predictors and team innovation; Promotion of constructive conflict.

  14. Truck shovel users group

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    Thomas, J. [Surface Mining Association for Research and Technology, AB (Canada)

    2008-07-01

    The Truck Shovel Users Group (TSUG) was developed as part of the Surface Mining Association for Research and Technology (SMART), an association of companies that meet to coordinate technology developments for the mining industry. The TSUG meet regularly to discuss equipment upgrades, maintenance planning systems, and repair techniques. The group strives to maximize the value of its assets through increased safety, equipment performance and productivity. This presentation provided administrative details about the TSUG including contact details and admission costs. It was concluded that members of the group must be employed by companies that use heavy mining equipment, and must also be willing to host meetings, make presentations, and support the common goals of the group. tabs., figs.

  15. The theory of groups

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    Hall, Marshall

    2018-01-01

    This 1959 text offers an unsurpassed resource for learning and reviewing the basics of a fundamental and ever-expanding area. "This remarkable book undoubtedly will become a standard text on group theory." - American Scientist.

  16. Radiation Protection Group

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    2006-01-01

    The Radioactive Waste Section of the Radiation Protection Group wishes to inform you that the Radioactive Waste Treatment Centre will be closed on the afternoon of Tuesday 19 December 2006. Thank-you for your understanding.

  17. The Military Cooperation Group

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    Renzi, Jr, Alfred E

    2006-01-01

    .... This thesis will describe a structure to assist with both those needs. The premise is that an expanded and improved network of US Military Groups is the weapon of choice for the war on terror, and beyond...

  18. Introduction to group theory

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    Canals B.

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available This chapter is a concise mathematical introduction into the algebra of groups. It is build up in the way that definitions are followed by propositions and proofs. The concepts and the terminology introduced here will serve as a basis for the following chapters that deal with group theory in the stricter sense and its application to problems in physics. The mathematical prerequisites are at the bachelor level.1

  19. Groups, rings, modules

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    Auslander, Maurice

    2014-01-01

    This classic monograph is geared toward advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The treatment presupposes some familiarity with sets, groups, rings, and vector spaces. The four-part approach begins with examinations of sets and maps, monoids and groups, categories, and rings. The second part explores unique factorization domains, general module theory, semisimple rings and modules, and Artinian rings. Part three's topics include localization and tensor products, principal ideal domains, and applications of fundamental theorem. The fourth and final part covers algebraic field extensions

  20. Focus Group Guide

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    2017-07-01

    home for the arrival of school- aged children. TIP: Do not conduct focus groups in a command conference room in the command group area. Doing so...organizational effectiveness and equal opportunity/equal employment opportunity/fair treatment and sexual assault and response factors (which are listed on the... Sexual Harassment (C) Sex Harassment Retaliation (D) Discrimination - Sex (E) Discrimination - Race (F) Discrimination - Disability (G

  1. Choice Shifts in Groups

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    Kfir Eliaz; Debraj Ray

    2004-01-01

    The phenomenon of "choice shifts" in group decision-making is fairly ubiquitous in the social psychology literature. Faced with a choice between a ``safe" and ``risky" decision, group members appear to move to one extreme or the other, relative to the choices each member might have made on her own. Both risky and cautious shifts have been identified in different situations. This paper demonstrates that from an individual decision-making perspective, choice shifts may be viewed as a systematic...

  2. Group Capability Model

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    Olejarski, Michael; Appleton, Amy; Deltorchio, Stephen

    2009-01-01

    The Group Capability Model (GCM) is a software tool that allows an organization, from first line management to senior executive, to monitor and track the health (capability) of various groups in performing their contractual obligations. GCM calculates a Group Capability Index (GCI) by comparing actual head counts, certifications, and/or skills within a group. The model can also be used to simulate the effects of employee usage, training, and attrition on the GCI. A universal tool and common method was required due to the high risk of losing skills necessary to complete the Space Shuttle Program and meet the needs of the Constellation Program. During this transition from one space vehicle to another, the uncertainty among the critical skilled workforce is high and attrition has the potential to be unmanageable. GCM allows managers to establish requirements for their group in the form of head counts, certification requirements, or skills requirements. GCM then calculates a Group Capability Index (GCI), where a score of 1 indicates that the group is at the appropriate level; anything less than 1 indicates a potential for improvement. This shows the health of a group, both currently and over time. GCM accepts as input head count, certification needs, critical needs, competency needs, and competency critical needs. In addition, team members are categorized by years of experience, percentage of contribution, ex-members and their skills, availability, function, and in-work requirements. Outputs are several reports, including actual vs. required head count, actual vs. required certificates, CGI change over time (by month), and more. The program stores historical data for summary and historical reporting, which is done via an Excel spreadsheet that is color-coded to show health statistics at a glance. GCM has provided the Shuttle Ground Processing team with a quantifiable, repeatable approach to assessing and managing the skills in their organization. They now have a common

  3. Parton Distributions Working Group

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    Barbaro, L. de; Keller, S. A.; Kuhlmann, S.; Schellman, H.; Tung, W.-K.

    2000-01-01

    This report summarizes the activities of the Parton Distributions Working Group of the QCD and Weak Boson Physics workshop held in preparation for Run II at the Fermilab Tevatron. The main focus of this working group was to investigate the different issues associated with the development of quantitative tools to estimate parton distribution functions uncertainties. In the conclusion, the authors introduce a Manifesto that describes an optimal method for reporting data

  4. Renormalization Group Theory

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    Stephens, C. R.

    2006-01-01

    In this article I give a brief account of the development of research in the Renormalization Group in Mexico, paying particular attention to novel conceptual and technical developments associated with the tool itself, rather than applications of standard Renormalization Group techniques. Some highlights include the development of new methods for understanding and analysing two extreme regimes of great interest in quantum field theory -- the ''high temperature'' regime and the Regge regime

  5. Independents' group posts loss

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    Sanders, V.; Price, R.B.

    1992-01-01

    Low oil gas prices and special charges caused the group of 50 U.S. independent producers Oil and Gas Journal tracks to post a combined loss in first half 1992. The group logged a net loss of $53 million in the first half compared with net earnings of $354 million in first half 1991, when higher oil prices during the Persian Gulf crisis buoyed earnings in spite of crude oil and natural gas production declines. The combined loss in the first half follows a 45% drop in the group's earnings in 1991 and compares with the OGJ group of integrated oil companies whose first half 1992 income fell 47% from the prior year. Special charges, generally related to asset writedowns, accounted for most of the almost $560 million in losses posted by about the third of the group. Nerco Oil and Gas Inc., Vancouver, Wash., alone accounted for almost half that total with charges related to an asset writedown of $238 million in the first quarter. Despite the poor first half performance, the outlook is bright for sharply improved group earnings in the second half, assuming reasonably healthy oil and gas prices and increased production resulting from acquisitions and in response to those prices

  6. Assessment of Group Preferences and Group Uncertainty for Decision Making

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    1976-06-01

    the individ- uals. decision making , group judgments should be preferred to individual judgments if obtaining group judgments costs more. -26- -YI IV... decision making group . IV. A. 3. Aggregation using conjugate distribution. Arvther procedure for combining indivi(jai probability judgments into a group...statisticized group group decision making group judgment subjective probability Delphi method expected utility nominal group 20. ABSTRACT (Continue on

  7. Cyclic Soft Groups and Their Applications on Groups

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    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available In crisp environment the notions of order of group and cyclic group are well known due to many applications. In this paper, we introduce order of the soft groups, power of the soft sets, power of the soft groups, and cyclic soft group on a group. We also investigate the relationship between cyclic soft groups and classical groups.

  8. Coordinating Group report

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    1994-01-01

    In December 1992, western governors and four federal agencies established a Federal Advisory Committee to Develop On-site Innovative Technologies for Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (the DOIT Committee). The purpose of the Committee is to advise the federal government on ways to improve waste cleanup technology development and the cleanup of federal sites in the West. The Committee directed in January 1993 that information be collected from a wide range of potential stakeholders and that innovative technology candidate projects be identified, organized, set in motion, and evaluated to test new partnerships, regulatory approaches, and technologies which will lead to improve site cleanup. Five working groups were organized, one to develop broad project selection and evaluation criteria and four to focus on specific contaminant problems. A Coordinating Group comprised of working group spokesmen and federal and state representatives, was set up to plan and organize the routine functioning of these working groups. The working groups were charged with defining particular contaminant problems; identifying shortcomings in technology development, stakeholder involvement, regulatory review, and commercialization which impede the resolution of these problems; and identifying candidate sites or technologies which could serve as regional innovative demonstration projects to test new approaches to overcome the shortcomings. This report from the Coordinating Group to the DOIT Committee highlights the key findings and opportunities uncovered by these fact-finding working groups. It provides a basis from which recommendations from the DOIT Committee to the federal government can be made. It also includes observations from two public roundtables, one on commercialization and another on regulatory and institutional barriers impeding technology development and cleanup

  9. Consulta de enfermagem ao cliente transplantado cardíaco: impacto das ações educativas em saúde Consulta de Enfermería al cliente trasplantado cardíaco: impacto de las acciones en salud Appointment with nurses for transplanted heart clients: impact of educative health actions

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    Zélia Maria de Sousa Araújo Santos

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available O estudo teve como objetivo avaliar o impacto das ações educativas em saúde, na consulta de Enfermagem com 18 clientes transplantados cardíacos, embasado na Teoria de Orem. Foi realizado em uma Unidade de Transplante e Insuficiência Cardíaca de uma Instituição Pública de Saúde de Fortaleza - Ce. Os dados foram coletados através da consulta de Enfermagem. Identificou-se 14 diagnósticos de enfermagem na primeira consulta e 7 na última. Constatou-se que, os clientes desenvolveram habilidades para o autocuidado, com a implementação das ações educativas em saúde, tornando-os agentes de autocuidado, com o alcance de um bom nível de saúde e bem-estar. Por outro lado, despertou no enfermeiro, um direcionamento sistemático e eficaz no acompanhamento ambulatorial a esta clientela.El estudio tiene como objetivo, evaluar el impacto de las acciones educativas en salud, en la consulta de Enfermería con 18 cliente trasplantados cardíacos, basado en la teoría de Orem. Se realizó en una Unidad de Trasplante e Insuficiencia Cardiaca de una Institución Pública de Fortaleza-Ce. Se colectaron los datos a través de consulta de enfermería. Se identificaron 14 diagnósticos en la primera consulta y 7 en la última. Hubo la constatación de que, los clientes desarrollaron habilidades para el autocuidado, con la implementación de las acciones educativas en salud, volviéndose agentes de autocuidado, con el alcance de un buen nivel de salud y bienestar. Por otro lado, estimuló en el enfermero, una dirección sistemática y eficaz en el acompañamiento ambulatorial a esta clientela.The study was aimed at evaluating the impact of educative health actions on nursing appointments with 18 transplanted heart clients, based on Orem's Theory. It was conducted in a Heart Transplant and Insufficiency Unit of a Public Health Institution in Fortaleza - CE. The data were collected by way of nursing appointments. 14 nursing diagnoses were identified in

  10. Linear algebraic groups

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    Springer, T A

    1998-01-01

    "[The first] ten chapters...are an efficient, accessible, and self-contained introduction to affine algebraic groups over an algebraically closed field. The author includes exercises and the book is certainly usable by graduate students as a text or for self-study...the author [has a] student-friendly style… [The following] seven chapters... would also be a good introduction to rationality issues for algebraic groups. A number of results from the literature…appear for the first time in a text." –Mathematical Reviews (Review of the Second Edition) "This book is a completely new version of the first edition. The aim of the old book was to present the theory of linear algebraic groups over an algebraically closed field. Reading that book, many people entered the research field of linear algebraic groups. The present book has a wider scope. Its aim is to treat the theory of linear algebraic groups over arbitrary fields. Again, the author keeps the treatment of prerequisites self-contained. The material of t...

  11. Summary report: injection group

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    Simpson, J.; Ankenbrandt, C.; Brown, B.

    1984-01-01

    The injector group attempted to define and address several problem areas related to the SSC injector as defined in the Reference Design Study (RDS). It also considered the topic of machine utilization, particularly the question of test beam requirements. Details of the work are given in individually contributed papers, but the general concerns and consensus of the group are presented within this note. The group recognized that the injector as outlined in the RDS was developed primarily for costing estimates. As such, it was not necessarily well optimized from the standpoint of insuring the required beam properties for the SSC. On the other hand, considering the extraordinary short time in which the RDS was prepared, it is an impressive document and a good basis from which to work. Because the documented SSC performance goals are ambitious, the group sought an injector solution which would more likely guarantee that SSC performance not be limited by its injectors. As will be seen, this leads to a somewhat different solution than that described in the RDS. Furthermore, it is the consensus of the group that the new, conservative approach represents only a modest cost increase of the overall project well worth the confidence gained and the risks avoided

  12. Matrix groups for undergraduates

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    Tapp, Kristopher

    2016-01-01

    Matrix groups touch an enormous spectrum of the mathematical arena. This textbook brings them into the undergraduate curriculum. It makes an excellent one-semester course for students familiar with linear and abstract algebra and prepares them for a graduate course on Lie groups. Matrix Groups for Undergraduates is concrete and example-driven, with geometric motivation and rigorous proofs. The story begins and ends with the rotations of a globe. In between, the author combines rigor and intuition to describe the basic objects of Lie theory: Lie algebras, matrix exponentiation, Lie brackets, maximal tori, homogeneous spaces, and roots. This second edition includes two new chapters that allow for an easier transition to the general theory of Lie groups. From reviews of the First Edition: This book could be used as an excellent textbook for a one semester course at university and it will prepare students for a graduate course on Lie groups, Lie algebras, etc. … The book combines an intuitive style of writing w...

  13. Frailty Across Age Groups.

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    Pérez-Zepeda, M U; Ávila-Funes, J A; Gutiérrez-Robledo, L M; García-Peña, C

    2016-01-01

    The implementation of an aging biomarker into clinical practice is under debate. The Frailty Index is a model of deficit accumulation and has shown to accurately capture frailty in older adults, thus bridging biological with clinical practice. To describe the association of socio-demographic characteristics and the Frailty Index in different age groups (from 20 to over one hundred years) in a representative sample of Mexican subjects. Cross-sectional analysis. Nationwide and population-representative survey. Adults 20-years and older interviewed during the last Mexican National Health and Nutrition Survey (2012). A 30-item Frailty Index following standard construction was developed. Multi-level regression models were performed to test the associations of the Frailty Index with multiple socio-demographic characteristics across age groups. A total of 29,504 subjects was analyzed. The 30-item Frailty Index showed the highest scores in the older age groups, especially in women. No sociodemographic variable was associated with the Frailty Index in all the studied age groups. However, employment, economic income, and smoking status were more consistently found across age groups. To our knowledge, this is the first report describing the Frailty Index in a representative large sample of a Latin American country. Increasing age and gender were closely associated with a higher score.

  14. POSIBILIDADES DE LA PIZARRA DIGITAL PARA ACCIONES DE INNOVACIÓN EDUCATIVA EN LA FORMACIÓN DEL PROFESORADO EN EL ENTORNO ESPAÑOL (POSSIBILITIES OF INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD FOR ACTIONS OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS IN TEACHER’S TRAINING IN SPAIN

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    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Resumen:En este estudio realizamos una revisión de nuestras acciones pedagógicas encaminadas a la mejora de la práctica docente en Educación Superior. Con esta finalidad, en primer lugar, mostramos un conjunto de investigaciones y estudios acerca de las posibilidades tanto técnicas como metodológicas de empleo de la pizarra digital. En segundo lugar, a partir del examen de diversas historias de la práctica (relatos, entrevistas, informes, documentos, experimentamos el empleo de distintas modalidades de pizarra digital como apoyo a la docencia presencial para complementar el trabajo docente realizado en un entorno virtual. Tratamos de identificar aplicaciones y metodologías didácticas en las que se usa la pizarra digital que funcionen desde la perspectiva del docente usuario y sean fácilmente transferibles.Abstract: In this research we carry out a review of our teaching actions aimed for the improvement of teaching practice in Higher Education. Firstly, we show a set of studies about the technical and methodological potential of using interactive whiteboards. Secondly, we analyze several practical experiences (through stories, interviews, reports, documents and implement different methods to use interactive whiteboards as a support for face to face teaching. These actions reinforce the job that teachers do in a virtual environment. We try to identify practical applications and didactical methodologies in which we use interactive whiteboards. These experiences should be both transferable and effective from the teacher point of view.

  15. Illinois Wind Workers Group

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    David G. Loomis

    2012-05-28

    The Illinois Wind Working Group (IWWG) was founded in 2006 with about 15 members. It has grown to over 200 members today representing all aspects of the wind industry across the State of Illinois. In 2008, the IWWG developed a strategic plan to give direction to the group and its activities. The strategic plan identifies ways to address critical market barriers to the further penetration of wind. The key to addressing these market barriers is public education and outreach. Since Illinois has a restructured electricity market, utilities no longer have a strong control over the addition of new capacity within the state. Instead, market acceptance depends on willing landowners to lease land and willing county officials to site wind farms. Many times these groups are uninformed about the benefits of wind energy and unfamiliar with the process. Therefore, many of the project objectives focus on conferences, forum, databases and research that will allow these stakeholders to make well-educated decisions.

  16. Focus group discussions

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    Hennink, Monique M

    2014-01-01

    The Understanding Research series focuses on the process of writing up social research. The series is broken down into three categories: Understanding Statistics, Understanding Measurement, and Understanding Qualitative Research. The books provide researchers with guides to understanding, writing, and evaluating social research. Each volume demonstrates how research should be represented, including how to write up the methodology as well as the research findings. Each volume also reviews how to appropriately evaluate published research. Focus Group Discussions addresses the challenges associated with conducting and writing focus group research. It provides detailed guidance on the practical and theoretical considerations in conducting focus group discussions including: designing the discussion guide, recruiting participants, training a field team, moderating techniques and ethical considerations. Monique Hennink describes how a methodology section is read and evaluated by others, such as journal reviewers or ...

  17. Acciones afirmativas y afro-reparaciones en Colombia. Una crítica desde ubuntu; Ações afirmativas e afro-reparações na Colômbia: uma crítica desde ubuntu; Affirmative actions and Afro-repairs in Colombia. A critique from Ubuntu

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    Jean-Bosco Kakozi Kashindi

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En este artículo reflexiono sobre las políticas públicas de reparación a las poblaciones colombianas de ascendencia africana, comúnmente conocidas como “acciones afirmativas”. Sostengo son un paso en el buen camino, pero deben ampliarse y pensarse como afro-reparaciones.  Éstas deben partir, por un lado, del crimen de lesa humanidad que fue la esclavización de los africanos secuestrados y desterrados, y, por otro lado, del desplazamiento forzado de los afrodescendientes colombianos. Desde el aporte de ubuntu, las afro- reparaciones deben tener como meta la restauración de la humanidad negada a las poblaciones afrodescendientes y, de ahí, la restauración de Colombia como una “comunidad de pertenencia” de toda la diversidad cultural o pluralidad étnica que la constituye. Teniendo esto en cuenta, las afro- reparaciones no deben contemplar solamente aspectos puntuales de políticas sociales focalizadas ni aspectos parciales de las acciones afirmativas, sino que deben llevar a cabo una política social ambiciosa e integradora que compagine tanto la lucha contra la pobreza y la desigualdad socio-económica, como el combate contra los prejuicios raciales y el racismo.   Palabras clave: Colombia, acciones afirmativas, humanidad negada, ubuntu.       Resumo: Neste artigo reflito sobre as políticas públicas de reparação das populações colombianas de ascendência africana, comumente conhecidas como "ações afirmativas". Sustento serem um passo em um bom caminho, mas devem ampliar-se e serem pensadas como afro-reparações. Estas devem partir, por um lado, do crime de lesa humanidade que foi o crime da escravidão dos africanos seqüestrados e transformados em párias e, por outro lado, do deslocamento forçado dos afro-descendentes colombianos. A partir da contribuição do ubuntu, os afro-descendentes devem ter como meta a restauração da humanidade negada às populações afro-descendentes e, desde então, a

  18. Bell, group and tangle

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    Solomon, A. I.

    2010-01-01

    The 'Bell' of the title refers to bipartite Bell states, and their extensions to, for example, tripartite systems. The 'Group' of the title is the Braid Group in its various representations; while 'Tangle' refers to the property of entanglement which is present in both of these scenarios. The objective of this note is to explore the relation between Quantum Entanglement and Topological Links, and to show that the use of the language of entanglement in both cases is more than one of linguistic analogy.

  19. A Quantum Groups Primer

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    Majid, Shahn

    2002-05-01

    Here is a self-contained introduction to quantum groups as algebraic objects. Based on the author's lecture notes for the Part III pure mathematics course at Cambridge University, the book is suitable as a primary text for graduate courses in quantum groups or supplementary reading for modern courses in advanced algebra. The material assumes knowledge of basic and linear algebra. Some familiarity with semisimple Lie algebras would also be helpful. The volume is a primer for mathematicians but it will also be useful for mathematical physicists.

  20. Introduction to quantum groups

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    Monteiro, Marco A.R.

    1994-01-01

    An elementary introduction to quantum groups is presented. The example of Universal Enveloping Algebra of deformed SU(2) is analysed in detail. It is also discussed systems made up of bosonic q-oscillators at finite temperature within the formalism of Thermo-Field Dynamics. (author). 39 refs

  1. Lectures on Lie groups

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    Hsiang, Wu-Yi

    2017-01-01

    This volume consists of nine lectures on selected topics of Lie group theory. We provide the readers a concise introduction as well as a comprehensive 'tour of revisiting' the remarkable achievements of S Lie, W Killing, É Cartan and H Weyl on structural and classification theory of semi-simple Lie groups, Lie algebras and their representations; and also the wonderful duet of Cartans' theory on Lie groups and symmetric spaces.With the benefit of retrospective hindsight, mainly inspired by the outstanding contribution of H Weyl in the special case of compact connected Lie groups, we develop the above theory via a route quite different from the original methods engaged by most other books.We begin our revisiting with the compact theory which is much simpler than that of the general semi-simple Lie theory; mainly due to the well fittings between the Frobenius-Schur character theory and the maximal tori theorem of É Cartan together with Weyl's reduction (cf. Lectures 1-4). It is a wonderful reality of the Lie t...

  2. Gluten Intolerance Group

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    ... Intolerance Group (GIG), the industry leader in the certification of gluten-free products and food services, announced today that a wide ... of gluten-free products. One of the top certification programs in the world, GFCO inspects products and manufacturing facilities for gluten, in an effort ...

  3. With the Radiobiology Group

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    1980-01-01

    The Radiobiology Group carries out experiments to study the effect of radiation on living cells. The photo shows the apparatus for growing broad beans which have been irradiated by 250 GeV protons. The roots are immersed in a tank of running water (CERN Weekly Bulletin 26 January 1981 and Annual Report 1980 p. 160). Karen Panman, Marilena Streit-Bianchi, Roger Paris.

  4. Group control of elevators

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    Umeda, Yasukazu; Hikita, Shiro; Tuji, Sintaro (Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Tokyo (Japan))

    1988-09-05

    Items to be evaluated in the group control of elevators, and a typical control system are described. A new system in which the fuzzy rule base is employed is introduced together with the configuration. The items to be evaluated are waiting time, riding time, accuracy of forecasting, energy saving, and ease of usage. The everage waiting time of less than 20 seconds with less than 3% waiting rate of more than 60 seconds is accepted as a satisfactory service condition. There are many conflicting matters in group-controlling, and the study for the controlling must deal with the optimization of multi-purpose problems. The standards for group-control evaluation differ according to building structures and the tastes of users, and an important problem is where to give emphasis of the evaluation. The TRAFFIC PATTERN LEARNING METHOD has been applied in the system for careful control to accommodate the traffic. No specific function is provided for the evaluation, but the call allocation is made by fuzzy rule-base. The configuration of a new group-control system is introduced. 7 references, 7 figures, 1 table.

  5. Functional Group Analysis.

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    Smith, Walter T., Jr.; Patterson, John M.

    1984-01-01

    Literature on analytical methods related to the functional groups of 17 chemical compounds is reviewed. These compounds include acids, acid azides, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, amino acids, aromatic hydrocarbons, carbodiimides, carbohydrates, ethers, nitro compounds, nitrosamines, organometallic compounds, peroxides, phenols, silicon compounds,…

  6. Moral motivation within groups

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    Lee, Romy van der

    2013-01-01

    Morality is of particular importance to people: People want to be considered moral and want to belong to moral groups. Consequently, morality judgments have the potential to motivate individuals to behave in ways that are considered to be ‘good’. In the current dissertation, I examined the impact of

  7. Smoot Group Cosmology

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    the Universe About Cosmology Planck Satellite Launched Cosmology Videos Professor George Smoot's group conducts research on the early universe (cosmology) using the Cosmic Microwave Background radiation (CMB science goals regarding cosmology. George Smoot named Director of Korean Cosmology Institute The GRB

  8. Groups and Symmetry

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 4; Issue 10. Groups and Symmetry: A Guide to Discovering Mathematics. Geetha Venkataraman. Book Review Volume 4 Issue 10 October 1999 pp 91-92. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link:

  9. Public interest group involvement

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    Shelley, P.

    1986-01-01

    Including public interest groups in the siting process for nuclear waste disposal facilities is of great importance. Controversial sitings often result in litigation, but involving public interest groups early in the process will lessen the change of this. They act as surrogates for the general public and should be considered as members of the team. It is important to remember though, that all public interest groups are different. In choosing public panels such as public advisory committees, members should not be chosen on the basis of some quota. Opposition groups should not be excluded. Also, it is important to put the right person in charge of the committee. The goal of public involvement is to identify the conflicts. This must be done during the decision process, because conflicts must be known before they can be eliminated. Regarding litigation, it is important to ease through and around legal battles. If the siting process has integrity and a good faith effort has been shown, the court should uphold the effort. In addition, it is important to be negotiable and to eliminate shortcuts

  10. Leukosis/Sarcoma Group

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    The leukosis/sarcoma (L/S) group of diseases designates a variety of transmissible benign and malignant neoplasms of chickens caused by members that belong to the family Retroviridae. Because the expansion of the literature on this disease, it is no longer feasible to cite all relevant publications ...

  11. Working Group Report: Neutrinos

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    de Gouvea, A.; Pitts, K.; Scholberg, K.; Zeller, G. P. [et al.

    2013-10-16

    This document represents the response of the Intensity Frontier Neutrino Working Group to the Snowmass charge. We summarize the current status of neutrino physics and identify many exciting future opportunities for studying the properties of neutrinos and for addressing important physics and astrophysics questions with neutrinos.

  12. Group: radiation dosimetry

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    Caldas, L.V.E.

    1990-01-01

    The main activities of the radiation dosimetry group is described, including the calibration of instruments, sources and radioactive solutions and the determination of neutron flux; development, production and market dosimetric materials; development radiation sensor make the control of radiation dose received by IPEN workers; development new techniques for monitoring, etc. (C.G.C.)

  13. Categorization by Groups

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    R.W. Hamilton (Rebecca); S. Puntoni (Stefano); N.T. Tavassoli (Nader)

    2006-01-01

    textabstractCategorization is a core psychological process central to consumer and managerial decision-making. While a substantial amount of research has been conducted to examine individual categorization behaviors, relatively little is known about the group categorization process. In two

  14. Gamma gamma technology group

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    The purpose of the meeting was to form a group of people who ... able by looking at the energy deposited at the face of the final dipole, 4.5 m from ... A F Zarnecki has made a good start on background studies, V Telnov has proposed.

  15. Group theory in physics

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    Cornwell, J F

    1989-01-01

    Recent devopments, particularly in high-energy physics, have projected group theory and symmetry consideration into a central position in theoretical physics. These developments have taken physicists increasingly deeper into the fascinating world of pure mathematics. This work presents important mathematical developments of the last fifteen years in a form that is easy to comprehend and appreciate.

  16. Anaphylaxis vulnerable groups

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    Ehab

    Age groups vulnerable to serious attacks of anaphylaxis include infants, teenagers, pregnant women, and the elderly. Concomitant diseases, such as severe or uncontrolled asthma, cardiovascular disease, mastocytosis or clonal mast cell disorders and the concurrent use of some medications such as beta adrenergic ...

  17. Special Interest Groups.

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    Degi, Bruce J.

    1999-01-01

    Offers a reflection on the shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999. Notes how every special-interest group has used the tragedy to support its own point of view, and concludes that teachers have become bystanders in the education of America's children. (SR)

  18. Ignalina Safety Analysis Group

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    Ushpuras, E.

    1995-01-01

    The article describes the fields of activities of Ignalina NPP Safety Analysis Group (ISAG) in the Lithuanian Energy Institute and overview the main achievements gained since the group establishment in 1992. The group is working under the following guidelines: in-depth analysis of the fundamental physical processes of RBMK-1500 reactors; collection, systematization and verification of the design and operational data; simulation and analysis of potential accident consequences; analysis of thermohydraulic and neutronic characteristics of the plant; provision of technical and scientific consultations to VATESI, Governmental authorities, and also international institutions, participating in various projects aiming at Ignalina NPP safety enhancement. The ISAG is performing broad scientific co-operation programs with both Eastern and Western scientific groups, supplying engineering assistance for Ignalina NPP. ISAG is also participating in the joint Lithuanian - Swedish - Russian project - Barselina, the first Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) study of Ignalina NPP. The work is underway together with Maryland University (USA) for assessment of the accident confinement system for a range of breaks in the primary circuit. At present the ISAG personnel is also involved in the project under the grant from the Nuclear Safety Account, administered by the European Bank for reconstruction and development for the preparation and review of an in-depth safety assessment of the Ignalina plant

  19. Gartner Group reports

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    Gartner Group. Stamford, CT

    Gartner Group is the one of the leading independent providers of research and analysis material for IT professionals. Their reports provide in-depth analysis of dominant trends, companies and products. CERN has obtained a licence making these reports available online to anyone within CERN. The database contains not only current reports, updated monthly, but also some going back over a year.

  20. Lattices in group manifolds

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    Lisboa, P.; Michael, C.

    1982-01-01

    We address the question of designing optimum discrete sets of points to represent numerically a continuous group manifold. We consider subsets which are extensions of the regular discrete subgroups. Applications to Monte Carlo simulation of SU(2) and SU(3) gauge theory are discussed. (orig.)

  1. Teaching Badminton to Groups.

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    Nelson, Jonathan E.

    1980-01-01

    Numerous ideas for teaching badminton to large groups are presented. The focus is on drills and techniques for off the court instructional stations. Instead of having students waiting their turn to play, more students can participate actively as they rotate from one station to another. (JN)

  2. Los cuerpos del deseo: potencias y acciones colectivas

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    Ana María Fernández

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Se genealogiza aquí el binarismo alma/cuerpo y se transversaliza la problemática, abriendo la dimensión social, histórica y política de la producción de los cuerpos, y se elucidan las dimensiones deseantes de las corporalidades al valorar la noción de deseo como potencia. Su aporte es la metodología de problematización recursiva, específica para un campo de problemas de la subjetividad. Finalmente, se afirma que la elucidación, genealogización y deconstrucción de la invisibilización de las corporalidades crea condiciones de posibilidad para realizar la experiencia de pensar lo impensado.

  3. LA INTELIGENCIA COMO CAMPO DE ACCION DE LA PEDAGOGIA

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    Servio Tulio Salazar Valencia

    2000-05-01

    Full Text Available Si la inteligencia se concibe como un conjunto de habilidades de pensamiento y de aprendizaje, utilizados para solucionar problemas tanto académicos como de la cotidianidad, constituye ésta un centro de especial interés para quienes hemos asumido la delicada tarea de intentar formar, y si es posible, transformar las conductas de las juventudes estudiosas de nuestro país. En el presente ensayo se critican algunos comportamientos de los docentes que, esconociendo que la inteligencia "es una extensión de algunas características biológicas fundamentales del ser" (Piaget, pretenden poseer una metodología única e irrefutable en su labor pedagógica.

  4. Las acciones punitivas físicas: una perspectiva intercultural

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    María del Mar BADIA MARTÍN

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: En este artículo se enmarca el término de castigo corporal diferenciándolo del de abuso físico, a la vez que se realiza un análisis sobre la perspectiva de diferentes países con relación a la aplicación de dicha forma de castigo. La investigación y la teoría analizada, muestran cómo ciertas sociedades todavía reclaman el uso del castigo corporal como una forma más para frenar los comportamientos molestos. Esto nos puede llevar a pensar que no se debe abandonar la tesis sobre el hecho de que esta estrategia es rechazada en la actualidad por todos los sectores de la sociedad, sino que debemos ser sensibles a la idea de que ciertos profesionales y familias lo consideran un instrumento más para la corrección de conductas consideradas como no correctas.ABSTRACT: In this article the term corporal punishment is differentiated from that of physical abuse, and at the same time an analysis is made of the perspective of different countries in relation to the application of this type of punishment. The research and theory analysed show how certain societies still call for the use of corporal punishment as one more way to stop troublesome behaviour. This can lead us to think that the thesis that this strategy is currently rejected by all sectors of society should not be abandoned, but we should be aware that certain professionals and families still consider it one more instrument for correcting behaviour considered as incorrect.

  5. Dejar las lagrimas e ir hacia las acciones

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    Jeppesen, Anne Marie Ejdesgaard

    2015-01-01

    Este artículo enfoca en la frontera entre México y los Estados Unidos, las condiciones especiales de la sociedad fronteriza, las economías interconectadas y la violencia, en especial la violencia ejercida contra mujeres y los feminicidios. El artículo discute diferentes perspectivas y maneras de...

  6. De la accion comunicativa a la sociedad democratica

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    J. Félix Ángulo Rasco

    1998-08-01

    Full Text Available Defendendo uma ética da comunicação como condição da construção de uma sociedade democrática de indivíduos emancipados, o texto traz uma reflexão sobre os fundamentos da ética comunicativa de Habermas, a partir da distinção entre dois campos de desenvolvimento discursivo: o discurso teórico e o discurso prático.

  7. Group leaders optimization algorithm

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    Daskin, Anmer; Kais, Sabre

    2011-03-01

    We present a new global optimization algorithm in which the influence of the leaders in social groups is used as an inspiration for the evolutionary technique which is designed into a group architecture. To demonstrate the efficiency of the method, a standard suite of single and multi-dimensional optimization functions along with the energies and the geometric structures of Lennard-Jones clusters are given as well as the application of the algorithm on quantum circuit design problems. We show that as an improvement over previous methods, the algorithm scales as N 2.5 for the Lennard-Jones clusters of N-particles. In addition, an efficient circuit design is shown for a two-qubit Grover search algorithm which is a quantum algorithm providing quadratic speedup over the classical counterpart.

  8. Communication from ST Group

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    2008-01-01

    Please note that owing the preparations for the Open Days, the FM Group will not able to handle specific requests for waste collection from 2nd to 6th of April, nor removal or PC transport requests between the 31 March and 11 April. We kindly ask you to plan the collection of all types of waste and any urgent transport of office furniture or PCs before 31 March. Waste collection requests must be made by contacting FM Support on 77777 or at the e-mail address mailto:Fm.Support@cern.ch; removal of office furniture or PC transport requests must be made using the EDH ‘Transport request’ form (select "Removals" or "PC transport" from the drop-down menu). For any question concerning the sorting of waste, please consult the following web site: http://dechets-waste.web.cern.ch/dechets-waste/ Thank you for your understanding and collaboration. TS/FM Group

  9. Mindfulness for group facilitation

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    Adriansen, Hanne Kirstine; Krohn, Simon

    2014-01-01

    In this paper, we argue that mindfulness techniques can be used for enhancing the outcome of group performance. The word mindfulness has different connotations in the academic literature. Broadly speaking there is ‘mindfulness without meditation’ or ‘Western’ mindfulness which involves active...... thinking and ‘Eastern’ mindfulness which refers to an open, accepting state of mind, as intended with Buddhist-inspired techniques such as meditation. In this paper, we are interested in the latter type of mindfulness and demonstrate how Eastern mindfulness techniques can be used as a tool for facilitation....... A brief introduction to the physiology and philosophy of Eastern mindfulness constitutes the basis for the arguments of the effect of mindfulness techniques. The use of mindfulness techniques for group facilitation is novel as it changes the focus from individuals’ mindfulness practice...

  10. Group and representation theory

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    Vergados, J D

    2017-01-01

    This volume goes beyond the understanding of symmetries and exploits them in the study of the behavior of both classical and quantum physical systems. Thus it is important to study the symmetries described by continuous (Lie) groups of transformations. We then discuss how we get operators that form a Lie algebra. Of particular interest to physics is the representation of the elements of the algebra and the group in terms of matrices and, in particular, the irreducible representations. These representations can be identified with physical observables. This leads to the study of the classical Lie algebras, associated with unitary, unimodular, orthogonal and symplectic transformations. We also discuss some special algebras in some detail. The discussion proceeds along the lines of the Cartan-Weyl theory via the root vectors and root diagrams and, in particular, the Dynkin representation of the roots. Thus the representations are expressed in terms of weights, which are generated by the application of the elemen...

  11. Working group 4: Terrestrial

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    Anon.

    1993-01-01

    A working group at a Canada/USA symposium on climate change and the Arctic identified major concerns and issues related to terrestrial resources. The group examined the need for, and the means of, involving resource managers and users at local and territorial levels in the process of identifying and examining the impacts and consequences of climatic change. Climatic change will be important to the Arctic because of the magnitude of the change projected for northern latitudes; the apparent sensitivity of its terrestrial ecosystems, natural resources, and human support systems; and the dependence of the social, cultural, and economic welfare of Arctic communities, businesses, and industries on the health and quality of their environment. Impacts of climatic change on the physical, biological, and associated socio-economic environment are outlined. Gaps in knowledge needed to quantify these impacts are listed along with their relationships with resource management. Finally, potential actions for response and adaptation are presented

  12. Duality and quantum groups

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    Alvarez-Gaume, L.; Gomez, C.; Sierra, G.

    1990-01-01

    We show that the duality properties of Rational Conformal Field Theories follow from the defining relations and the representation theory of quantum groups. The fusion and braiding matrices are q-analogues of the 6j-symbols and the modular transformation matrices are obtained from the properties of the co-multiplication. We study in detail the Wess-Zumino-Witten models and the rational gaussian models as examples, but carry out the arguments in general. We point out the connections with the Chern-Simons approach. We give general arguments of why the general solution to the polynomial equations of Moore and Seiberg describing the duality properties of Rational Conformal Field Theories defines a Quantum Group acting on the space of conformal blocks. A direct connection between Rational Theories and knot invariants is also presented along the lines of Jones' original work. (orig.)

  13. The Areva Group

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    2004-08-01

    This document provides information on the Areva Group, a world nuclear industry leader, offering solutions for nuclear power generation, electricity transmission and distribution and interconnect systems to the telecommunications, computer and automotive markets. It presents successively the front end division including the group business lines involved in producing nuclear fuel for electric power generation (uranium mining, concentration, conversion and enrichment and nuclear fuel fabrication); the reactors and services division which designs and builds PWR, BWR and research reactors; the back end division which encompasses the management of the fuel that has been used in nuclear power plants; the transmission and distribution division which provides products, systems and services to the medium and high voltage energy markets; the connectors division which designs and manufactures electrical, electronic and optical connectors, flexible micro circuitry and interconnection systems. Areva is implemented in Europe, north and south america, africa and asia-pacific. (A.L.B.)

  14. The Ombudperson Initiative Group

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    Following many discussions that took place at some of the ATLAS Women's Network lunch gatherings, a few ATLAS women joined forces with similarly concerned CERN staff women to form a small group last Fall to discuss the need for a CERN-wide Ombudsperson. This has since evolved into the Ombudsperson Initiative Group (OIG) currently composed of the following members: Barbro Asman, Stockholm University; Pierre Charrue, CERN AB; Anna Cook, CERN IT; Catherine Delamare, CERN and IT Ombudsperson; Paula Eerola, Lund University; Pauline Gagnon, Indiana University; Eugenia Hatziangeli, CERN AB; Doreen Klem, CERN IT; Bertrand Nicquevert, CERN TS and Laura Stewart, CERN AT. On June 12, members of the OIG met with representatives of Human Resources (HR) and the Equal Opportunity Advisory Panel (EOAP) to discuss the proposal drafted by the OIG. The meeting was very positive. Everybody agreed that the current procedures at CERN applicable in the event of conflict required a thorough review, and that a professionnally trai...

  15. Metrically universal abelian groups

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    Doucha, Michal

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 369, č. 8 (2017), s. 5981-5998 ISSN 0002-9947 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA100190902 Institutional support: RVO:67985840 Keywords : Abelian group Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics OBOR OECD: Pure mathematics Impact factor: 1.426, year: 2016 http://www.ams.org/journals/tran/2017-369-08/S0002-9947-2017-07059-8/

  16. Storage ring group summary

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    King, N.M.

    1980-01-01

    The Storage Ring Group set out to identify and pursue salient problems in accelerator physics for heavy ion fusion, divorced from any particular reference design concept. However, it became apparent that some basic parameter framework was required to correlate the different study topics. As the Workshop progressed, ring parameters were modified and updated. Consequently, the accompanying papers on individual topics will be found to refer to slightly varied parameters, according to the stage at which the different problems were tackled

  17. MAGIC user's group software

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    Warren, G.; Ludeking, L.; McDonald, J.; Nguyen, K.; Goplen, B.

    1990-01-01

    The MAGIC User's Group has been established to facilitate the use of electromagnetic particle-in-cell software by universities, government agencies, and industrial firms. The software consists of a series of independent executables that are capable of inter-communication. MAGIC, SOS, μ SOS are used to perform electromagnetic simulations while POSTER is used to provide post-processing capabilities. Each is described in the paper. Use of the codes for Klystrode simulation is discussed

  18. Multibunch working group

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    2001-07-01

    The goal of this working group was to foment discussions about the use and limitations of multi-bunch, representatives from most operating or in-project synchrotron radiation sources (ALS, SPEAR, BESSY-2, SPRING-8, ANKA, DELTA, PEP-2, DIAMOND, ESRF...) have presented their experience. The discussions have been led around 3 topics: 1) resistive wall instabilities and ion instabilities, 2) higher harmonic cavities, and 3) multibunch feedback systems.

  19. Group 4. Containment

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    McCauley, V.S.; Keiser, J.R.

    1992-01-01

    This paper summarizes the findings of the Containment Working Group which met at the Workshop on Radioactive, Hazardous, and/or Mixed Waste Sludge Management. The Containment Working Group (CWG) examined the problems associated with providing adequate containment of waste forms from both short- and long-term storage. By its nature, containment encompasses a wide variety of waste forms, storage conditions, container types, containment schemes, and handling activities. A containment system can be anything from a 55-gal drum to a 100-ft-long underground vault. Because of the diverse nature of containment systems, the CWG chose to focus its limited time on broad issues that are applicable to the design of any containment system, rather than attempting to address problems specific to a particular containment system or waste-form type. Four major issues were identified by the CWG. They relate to: (1) service conditions and required system performance; (2) ultimate disposition; (3) cost and schedule; and (4) acceptance criteria, including quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) concerns. All of the issues raised by the group are similar in that they all help to define containment system requirements

  20. Lenguaje y poder: entre consignas y acciones sobre acciones Language and Power: Between Slogans and Actions above Actions

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    Sebastián Alejandro González Montero

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Este ensayo tiene como objetivo problematizar la relación entre el lenguaje y el poder. Para ello se empleará la siguiente estrategia: en primer lugar, se hace la distinción entre lo que corresponde a los cuerpos como materia física formada que posee ciertas propiedades naturales y lo que pasa sobre ellos en términos de acontecimientos socio simbólicos que determinan los modos de ser (se afirma que los cuerpos y los acontecimientos son distintos. En segundo lugar, se caracteriza los enunciados como consignas. La idea básica es mostrar que el lenguaje puede ser entendido en el marco de su realización colectiva en la medida en que se reconozca la manera en que agencia codificaciones sobre la vida de los individuos. Finalmente, a la definición de los enunciados consigna se suma la problematización de las relaciones de poder, con el fin de tratar de presentar con precisión el esquema abstracto de las funciones que están a la base de las sujeciones políticas. La hipótesis general es que los enunciados son funciones que agencian relaciones de poder y que, en virtud de ello, emergen en el campo social como heterogéneas determinaciones sobre la existencia íntima y pública de las personas.The objective of this essay is to confront the relationship between language and power: In order to do so, it will employ the following strategy: first, it makes the distinction between that which corresponds to bodies as physical-formed matter which pose certain natural properties and that which happens above them in terms of socio-symbolic events that determine ways of being (it affirms that bodies and events are distinct. Second, It characterizes statements as slogans. The basic idea is to show that language can be understood in the framework of its collective execution to the extent that it recognizes the way that it codifies people's lives. Finally, the article adds the problem of power relationships to the definition of statement-slogans, with the purpose of trying to present, with precision, the abstract scheme of the functions that are at the basis of political subjections. The general hypothesis is that statements are functions that facilitate power relationships and for this reason, they emerge in the social field as heterogeneous determinations of the public and private lives of people.

  1. Technology working group

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    Tsujikura, Y.

    2000-01-01

    The workshop of 26-27 june 2000, on nuclear power Plant LIfe Management (PLIM), also included working groups in which major issues facing PLIM activities for nuclear power plants were identified and discussed. The first group was on Technology. Utilities should consider required provisions capacity by properly maintaining and preserving the existing power plants to the extent practicable and taking into account growing demand, limits of energy conservation, and difficulties in finding new power plant sites. Generally, the extension of the life of nuclear power plant (e.g. from 40 years to 60 years) is an attractive option for utilities, as the marginal cost of most existing nuclear power plants is lower than that of almost all other power sources. It is also an attractive option for environmental protection. Consequently, PLIM has become an important issue in the context of the regulatory reform of the electricity markets. Therefore, the three main objectives of the Technology working group are: 1) Documenting how the safety of nuclear power plants being operated for the long-term has been confirmed, and suggesting ways of sharing this information. 2) Addressing development of advanced maintenance technologies necessary over the plant lifetime, and clarifying their technical challenges. 3) Suggesting potential areas of research and development that might, be necessary. Some potential examples of such research include: - improving the effectiveness of maintenance methods to assure detection of incipient faults; - providing cost effective preventive maintenance programmes; - furnishing systematic, cost-effective refurbishment programmes framed to be consistent with efforts to extend the time between re-fuelling; - developing a methodology that moves routine maintenance on-line without compromising safety. (author)

  2. Notes on quantum groups

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    Pressley, A.; Chari, V.; Tata Inst. of Fundamental Research, Bombay

    1990-01-01

    The authors presents an introduction to quantum groups defined as a deformation of the universal enveloping algebra of a Lie algebra. After the description of Hopf algebras with some examples the approach of Drinfel'd and Jimbo is described, where the quantization of a Lie algebra represents a Hopf algebra, defined over the algebra of formal power series in an indetermined h. The authors show that this approach arises from a r-matrix, which satisfies the classical Yang-Baxter equation. As example quantum sl 2 is considered. Furthermore the approaches of Manin and Woroniwicz and the R-matrix approach are described. (HSI)

  3. Unilever Group : equity valuation

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    Pires, Susana Sofia Castelo

    2014-01-01

    The following dissertation has the purpose to value the Unilever Group, but more specifically Unilever N.V. being publicly traded in the Amsterdam Exchange Index. Unilever is seen as a global player and one of most successful and competitive fast-moving consumer goods companies. In order to valuate Unilever’s equity, a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) approach is first carried out, since it is believed to be the most reliable methodology. The value estimated was €36.39, advising one to buy its s...

  4. Statistical Group Comparison

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    Liao, Tim Futing

    2011-01-01

    An incomparably useful examination of statistical methods for comparisonThe nature of doing science, be it natural or social, inevitably calls for comparison. Statistical methods are at the heart of such comparison, for they not only help us gain understanding of the world around us but often define how our research is to be carried out. The need to compare between groups is best exemplified by experiments, which have clearly defined statistical methods. However, true experiments are not always possible. What complicates the matter more is a great deal of diversity in factors that are not inde

  5. Renormalization Group Functional Equations

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    Curtright, Thomas L

    2011-01-01

    Functional conjugation methods are used to analyze the global structure of various renormalization group trajectories. With minimal assumptions, the methods produce continuous flows from step-scaling {\\sigma} functions, and lead to exact functional relations for the local flow {\\beta} functions, whose solutions may have novel, exotic features, including multiple branches. As a result, fixed points of {\\sigma} are sometimes not true fixed points under continuous changes in scale, and zeroes of {\\beta} do not necessarily signal fixed points of the flow, but instead may only indicate turning points of the trajectories.

  6. Grouping Notes Through Nodes

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    Dove, Graham; Abildgaard, Sille Julie Jøhnk; Biskjær, Michael Mose

    , both individually and when grouped, and their role in categorisation in semantic long-term memory. To do this, we adopt a multimodal analytical approach focusing on interaction between humans, and between humans and artefacts, alongside language. We discuss in detail examples of four different...... externalisation functions served by Post-ItTM notes, and show how these functions are present in complex overlapping combinations rather than being discrete. We then show how the temporal development of Post-ItTM note interactions supports categorisation qualities of semantic long-term memory....

  7. Grouping Notes Through Nodes

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    Dove, Graham; Abildgaard, Sille Julie; Biskjær, Michael Mose

    2017-01-01

    , both individually and when grouped, and their role in categorisation in semantic long-term memory. To do this, we adopt a multimodal analytical approach focusing on interaction between humans, and between humans and artefacts, alongside language. We discuss in detail examples of four different...... externalisation functions served by Post-ItTM notes, and show how these functions are present in complex overlapping combinations rather than being discrete. We then show how the temporal development of Post-ItTM note interactions supports categorisation qualities of semantic long-term memory....

  8. Groups and symmetry

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    Farmer, David W

    1995-01-01

    In most mathematics textbooks, the most exciting part of mathematics-the process of invention and discovery-is completely hidden from the reader. The aim of Groups and Symmetry is to change all that. By means of a series of carefully selected tasks, this book leads readers to discover some real mathematics. There are no formulas to memorize; no procedures to follow. The book is a guide: Its job is to start you in the right direction and to bring you back if you stray too far. Discovery is left to you. Suitable for a one-semester course at the beginning undergraduate level, there are no prerequ

  9. Theory and modeling group

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    Holman, Gordon D.

    1989-01-01

    The primary purpose of the Theory and Modeling Group meeting was to identify scientists engaged or interested in theoretical work pertinent to the Max '91 program, and to encourage theorists to pursue modeling which is directly relevant to data which can be expected to result from the program. A list of participants and their institutions is presented. Two solar flare paradigms were discussed during the meeting -- the importance of magnetic reconnection in flares and the applicability of numerical simulation results to solar flare studies.

  10. The OMERACT Ultrasound Group

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    Terslev, Lene; Iagnocco, Annamaria; Bruyn, George A W

    2017-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: To provide an update from the Outcome Measures in Rheumatology (OMERACT) Ultrasound Working Group on the progress for defining ultrasound (US) minimal disease activity threshold at joint level in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and for standardization of US application in juvenile idiopathic......) and power Doppler (PD). Synovial effusion (SE) was scored a binary variable. For JIA, a Delphi approach and subsequent validation in static images and patient-based exercises were used to developed preliminary definitions for synovitis and a scoring system. RESULTS: For minimal disease activity, 7% HC had...

  11. A village group, Trashibiola

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    Thomson, John, 1837-1921, photographer

    2003-01-01

    158 x 111 mm. Woodburytype. A view showing a group of villagers seated in a paved courtyard in front of a stonewalled house (the principal house in the village). The village is near the town of Paphos. The photograph appears in Thomson's 'Through Cyprus with the camera, in the autumn of 1878' (vol.2, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1879). Thomson states that the purpose of the gathering was twofold: to welcome strangers to the village and to discuss a point of law c...

  12. Bevalac computer support group

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    McParland, C.; Bronson, M.

    1985-01-01

    During the past year, a group was created and placed under the leadership of Charles McParland. This is an expansion of previous Bevalac software efforts and has responsibilities in three major hardware and software areas. The first area is the support of the existing data acquisition/analysis VAX 11/780s at the Bevalac. The second area is the continued support of present data acquisition programs. The third principal area of effort is the development of new data acquisition systems to meet the increasing needs of the Bevalac experimental program

  13. Social group utility maximization

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    Gong, Xiaowen; Yang, Lei; Zhang, Junshan

    2014-01-01

    This SpringerBrief explains how to leverage mobile users' social relationships to improve the interactions of mobile devices in mobile networks. It develops a social group utility maximization (SGUM) framework that captures diverse social ties of mobile users and diverse physical coupling of mobile devices. Key topics include random access control, power control, spectrum access, and location privacy.This brief also investigates SGUM-based power control game and random access control game, for which it establishes the socially-aware Nash equilibrium (SNE). It then examines the critical SGUM-b

  14. ATLAS Detector Interface Group

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    Mapelli, L

    Originally organised as a sub-system in the DAQ/EF-1 Prototype Project, the Detector Interface Group (DIG) was an information exchange channel between the Detector systems and the Data Acquisition to provide critical detector information for prototype design and detector integration. After the reorganisation of the Trigger/DAQ Project and of Technical Coordination, the necessity to provide an adequate context for integration of detectors with the Trigger and DAQ lead to organisation of the DIG as one of the activities of Technical Coordination. Such an organisation emphasises the ATLAS wide coordination of the Trigger and DAQ exploitation aspects, which go beyond the domain of the Trigger/DAQ project itself. As part of Technical Coordination, the DIG provides the natural environment for the common work of Trigger/DAQ and detector experts. A DIG forum for a wide discussion of all the detector and Trigger/DAQ integration issues. A more restricted DIG group for the practical organisation and implementation o...

  15. Communication from ST Group

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    2008-01-01

    In order to prepare the organization of the Open Days, please note that FM Group will not able to take into account either specific requests for waste collection from 2nd to 6th of April, either removal or PC transport requests between the 31st and the 11th of March. We kindly ask you to plan the collection of any type of waste and the urgent transport of office furniture or PC before the 31st of March. Waste collection requests shall be formulated contacting FM Support at 77777 or at the email address mailto:Fm.Support@cern.ch; removal of office furniture or PC transport requests must be made using the EDH ‘Transport request’ form selecting the "Removals" or the "PC transport" category from the drop-down menu. For any question concerning the waste sorting, please consult the following web address: http://dechets-waste.web.cern.ch/dechets-waste/. Thank you for your understanding and collaboration. TS/FM Group

  16. Social group and mobbing

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    Baltezarević Vesna

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Our reality, having been subject to the numerous social crises during the last decades of the 20th century, is characterized by frequent incidences of powerlessness and alienation. The man is more frequently a subject to loneliness and overcomes the feeling of worthlessness, no matter whether he considers himself an individual or a part of a whole larger social. Such an environment leads to development of aggression in all fields of ones life. This paper has as an objective the pointing out of the mental harassment that is manifested in the working environment. There is a prevalence of mobbing cases, as a mode of pathological communication. The result of this is that a person, subjected to this kind of abuse, is soon faced with social isolation. This research also aspires to initiate the need for social groups self-organization of which victims are part of. The reaction modality of a social group directly conditions the outcome of the deliberate social drama, one is subjected to it as a result of mobbing.

  17. Meningococcal group B vaccines.

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    Findlow, Jamie

    2013-06-01

    Meningococcal disease remains a devastating and feared infection with a significant morbidity and mortality profile. The successful impact of meningococcal capsular group C glyconconjugate vaccines introduced into the UK infant immunization schedule in 1999, has resulted in >80% of disease now being attributable to meningococcal capsular group B (MenB). MenB glyconconjugate vaccines are not immunogenic and hence, vaccine design has focused on sub-capsular antigens. Recently, a four component vaccine to combat MenB disease (4CMenB) has progressed through clinical development and was approved by the European Medicines Agency at the end of 2012. This vaccine has proven safe and immunogenic and has been predicted to provide protection against ~73% of the MenB disease from England and Wales. Recommendation/implementation of the vaccine into the UK infant schedule is currently being evaluated. 4CMenB has the potential to provide protection against a significant proportion of MenB disease in the UK which is currently unpreventable.

  18. Business working group

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    Doroshuk, B.W.

    2000-01-01

    The workshop of 26-27 june 2000, on nuclear power Plant LIfe Management (PLIM), also included working groups in which major issues facing PLIM activities for nuclear power plants were identified and discussed. The third group was on Business. The discussion concerned the following points: There are concerns about retaining experienced/trained personnel, and maintaining a good working relationship among them, as well as about the closure of research facilities, the reduction in staff numbers under increasing economic pressure and the lack of new nuclear power plant constructions. The marginal cost of producing electricity is lower for most existing nuclear power plants than for almost all other energy sources. Refurbishment costs are usually relatively small compared with new investments. The ongoing regulatory reform of the electricity market will bring increasing competition. Although PLIM has been carried out in many countries with favourable results, there are still uncertainties which affect business decisions regarding financial and market risks in PLIM activities. Recommendations were made. (author)

  19. Group Life Insurance

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    2013-01-01

    The CERN Administration would like to remind you that staff members and fellows have the possibility to take out a life insurance contract on favourable terms through a Group Life Insurance.   This insurance is provided by the company Helvetia and is available to you on a voluntary basis. The premium, which varies depending on the age and gender of the person insured, is calculated on the basis of the amount of the death benefit chosen by the staff member/fellow and can be purchased in slices of 10,000 CHF.    The contract normally ends at the retirement age (65/67 years) or when the staff member/fellow leaves the Organization. The premium is deducted monthly from the payroll.   Upon retirement, the staff member can opt to maintain his membership under certain conditions.   More information about Group Life Insurance can be found at: Regulations (in French) Table of premiums The Pension Fund Benefit Service &...

  20. On the Brauer group

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    Tankeev, Sergei G

    2000-01-01

    For an arithmetic model X of a Fermat surface or a hyperkahler variety with Betti number b 2 (V otimes k-bar)>3 over a purely imaginary number field k, we prove the finiteness of the l-components of Br'(X) for all primes l>>0. This yields a variant of a conjecture of M. Artin. If V is a smooth projective irregular surface over a number field k and V(k)≠ nothing, then the l-primary component of Br(V)/Br(k) is an infinite group for every prime l. Let A 1 →M 1 be the universal family of elliptic curves with a Jacobian structure of level N>=3 over a number field k supset of Q(e 2πi/N ). Assume that M 1 (k) ≠ nothing. If V is a smooth projective compactification of the surface A 1 , then the l-primary component of Br(V)/Br(M-bar 1 ) is a finite group for each sufficiently large prime l

  1. Biology task group

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    Anon.

    1981-01-01

    The accomplishments of the task group studies over the past year are reviewed. The purposes of biological investigations, in the context of subseabed disposal, are: an evaluation of the dose to man; an estimation of effects on the ecosystem; and an estimation of the influence of organisms on and as barriers to radionuclide migration. To accomplish these ends, the task group adopted the following research goals: (1) acquire more data on biological accumulation of specific radionuclides, such as those of Tc, Np, Ra, and Sr; (2) acquire more data on transfer coefficients from sediment to organism; (3) Calculate mass transfer rates, construct simple models using them, and estimate collective dose commitment; (4) Identify specific pathways or transfer routes, determine the rates of transfer, and make dose limit calculations with simple models; (5) Calculate dose rates to and estimate irradiation effects on the biota as a result of waste emplacement, by reference to background irradiation calculations. (6) Examine the effect of the biota on altering sediment/water radionuclide exchange; (7) Consider the biological data required to address different accident scenarios; (8) Continue to provide the basic biological information for all of the above, and ensure that the system analysis model is based on the most realistic and up-to-date concepts of marine biologists; and (9) Ensure by way of free exchange of information that the data used in any model are the best currently available

  2. Micro-Utopías de lo cotidiano, espacios de encuentro en el Arte Relacional: una aproximación a ciertas acciones de Marina Abramović y Tino Sehgal = Micro utopias of the quotidian, meeting spaces in relational art: an approach to some performances of...

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    Laia Manonelles Moner

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available En el presente artículo se analiza la concepción de estética relacional de Nicolas Bourriaud, ahondando en la estrecha vinculación de ciertas prácticas artísticas performativas con la participación activa del espectador en la creación de situaciones construidas. A partir de determinadas acciones de Marina Abramović y Tino Sehgal, en las que el público deviene uno de los agentes principales, se bosquejarán los vasos comunicantes entre el creador y la audiencia, entre la experiencia individual y la colectiva. Bajo tales premisas el arte parte de la voluntad de emocionar, conmover, conmocionar, y se establece claramente la conexión entre la esfera pública y la íntima. Dentro de dichos parámetros la obra de arte deviene un intersticio social, un instrumento para esbozar nuevos modos de relación, lo que Bourriaud denomina “utopías de proximidad” o “micro-utopías”. Tales situaciones construidas entienden la creación, en definitiva, como un dispositivo para dar que pensar y fomentar el diálogo y el pensamiento crítico.This paper analyses the concept of relational aesthetics proposed by Nicolas Bourriaud considering the close connections of some performative art practices with the active participation of the spectator in the creation of «constructed situations». I will examine a range on actions of Marina Abramović and Tino Sehgal, in which the audience becomes one of the main agents: stressing the relationship between creator and spectator, between individual and collective experience. Under such premises art shows the will to move, to touch, to affect deeply, connecting the public with the private sphere. Within these parameters, the work of art emerges in the interstices of society as a tool to outline new ways of creating relations, which Bourriaud termed «utopias of proximity» or «micro-utopias». Such situations understand creation as a device to give food for thought and encourage dialogue

  3. The nursing process presented as routine care actions: building its meaning in clinical nurses' perspective El proceso de enfermería como acciones de cuidado rutinarias: construyendo su significado en la perspectiva de las enfermeras asistenciales O processo de enfermagem como ações de cuidado rotineiro: construindo seu significado na perspectiva das enfermeiras assistencias

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    Ma. Elena Ledesma-Delgado

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available This qualitative study aimed to understand the meanings attributed to the nursing process by clinical nurses at a Mexican hospital. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews, participant observation and document research. Symbolic Interactionism and Grounded Theory were the theoretical and methodological frameworks for data analysis, which permitted understanding the experience and meaning nurses attributed to the nursing process in their daily care practice, which was unveiled as routine care actions, performed differently from what they had learned in school.Este estudio de naturaleza cualitativa tuvo como objetivo comprender los significados atribuidos al proceso de enfermería por enfermeras de una unidad clínica de un hospital de México. La recolección de datos fue realizada por medio de entrevistas semiestructuradas, complementada con la observación participante y la consulta documental. Los datos fueron analizados bajo el marco teórico y metodológico del Interaccionismo Simbólico y la Teoría Fundamentada en los Datos, que posibilitaron la comprensión de la experiencia y significado atribuido por las enfermeras, al proceso de enfermería en su práctica cotidiana asistencial, que se desvela como acciones de cuidado rutinario, aplicados de forma diferente a lo enseñado y aprendido en la escuela.Este estudo, de natureza qualitativa, teve como objetivo compreender os significados atribuídos ao processo de enfermagem por enfermeiras da unidade clínica em um hospital do México. A coleta dos dados foi realizada por meio de entrevistas semiestruturadas, complementada por observação participante e consulta documental. Os dados foram analisados tendo como referenciais teóricos e metodológicos o Interacionismo Simbólico e a Teoria Fundamentada nos Dados, possibilitando a compreensão da vivência e o significado atribuído pelas enfermeiras ao processo de enfermagem, na prática cotidiana assistencial, que se desvela

  4. Doing focus group research

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    Lindegaard, Laura Bang

    2014-01-01

    Scholars of ethnomethodologically informed discourse studies are often sceptical of the use of interview data such as focus group data. Some scholars quite simply reject interview data with reference to a general preference for so-called naturally occurring data. Other scholars acknowledge...... that interview data can be of some use if the distinction between natural and contrived data is given up and replaced with a distinction between interview data as topic or as resource. In greater detail, such scholars argue that interview data are perfectly adequate if the researcher wants to study the topic...... of interview interaction, but inadequate as data for studying phenomena that go beyond the phenomenon of interview interaction. Neither of these more and less sceptical positions are, on the face of it, surprising due to the ethnomethodological commitment to study social order as accomplished in situ...

  5. Group life insurance

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    The CERN Administration wishes to inform staff members and fellows having taken out optional life insurance under the group contract signed by CERN that the following changes to the rules and regulations entered into force on 1 January 2013:   The maximum age for an active member has been extended from 65 to 67 years. The beneficiary clause now allows insured persons to designate one or more persons of their choice to be their beneficiary(-ies), either at the time of taking out the insurance or at a later date, in which case the membership/modification form must be updated accordingly. Beneficiaries must be clearly identified (name, first name, date of birth, address).   The membership/modification form is available on the FP website: http://fp.web.cern.ch/helvetia-life-insurance For further information, please contact: Valentina Clavel (Tel. 73904) Peggy Pithioud (Tel. 72736)

  6. End Group Modification

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    Jahnsen, Rasmus O; Sandberg-Schaal, Anne; Frimodt-Møller, Niels

    2015-01-01

    Increased incidence of infections with multidrug-resistant bacterial strains warrants an intensive search for novel potential antimicrobial agents. Here, an antimicrobial peptide analogue with a cationic/hydrophobic alternating design displaying only moderate activity against Gram-positive pathog......Increased incidence of infections with multidrug-resistant bacterial strains warrants an intensive search for novel potential antimicrobial agents. Here, an antimicrobial peptide analogue with a cationic/hydrophobic alternating design displaying only moderate activity against Gram......, the most favorable hydrophobic activity-inducing moieties were found to be cyclohexylacetyl and pentafluorophenylacetyl groups, while the presence of a short PEG-like chain had no significant effect on activity. Introduction of cationic moieties conferred no effect or merely a moderate activity...

  7. Optimised Renormalisation Group Flows

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    Litim, Daniel F

    2001-01-01

    Exact renormalisation group (ERG) flows interpolate between a microscopic or classical theory and the corresponding macroscopic or quantum effective theory. For most problems of physical interest, the efficiency of the ERG is constrained due to unavoidable approximations. Approximate solutions of ERG flows depend spuriously on the regularisation scheme which is determined by a regulator function. This is similar to the spurious dependence on the ultraviolet regularisation known from perturbative QCD. Providing a good control over approximated ERG flows is at the root for reliable physical predictions. We explain why the convergence of approximate solutions towards the physical theory is optimised by appropriate choices of the regulator. We study specific optimised regulators for bosonic and fermionic fields and compare the optimised ERG flows with generic ones. This is done up to second order in the derivative expansion at both vanishing and non-vanishing temperature. An optimised flow for a ``proper-time ren...

  8. Graphs, groups and surfaces

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    White, AT

    1985-01-01

    The field of topological graph theory has expanded greatly in the ten years since the first edition of this book appeared. The original nine chapters of this classic work have therefore been revised and updated. Six new chapters have been added, dealing with: voltage graphs, non-orientable imbeddings, block designs associated with graph imbeddings, hypergraph imbeddings, map automorphism groups and change ringing.Thirty-two new problems have been added to this new edition, so that there are now 181 in all; 22 of these have been designated as ``difficult'''' and 9 as ``unsolved''''. Three of the four unsolved problems from the first edition have been solved in the ten years between editions; they are now marked as ``difficult''''.

  9. Quantum Secure Group Communication.

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    Li, Zheng-Hong; Zubairy, M Suhail; Al-Amri, M

    2018-03-01

    We propose a quantum secure group communication protocol for the purpose of sharing the same message among multiple authorized users. Our protocol can remove the need for key management that is needed for the quantum network built on quantum key distribution. Comparing with the secure quantum network based on BB84, we show our protocol is more efficient and securer. Particularly, in the security analysis, we introduce a new way of attack, i.e., the counterfactual quantum attack, which can steal information by "invisible" photons. This invisible photon can reveal a single-photon detector in the photon path without triggering the detector. Moreover, the photon can identify phase operations applied to itself, thereby stealing information. To defeat this counterfactual quantum attack, we propose a quantum multi-user authorization system. It allows us to precisely control the communication time so that the attack can not be completed in time.

  10. Working Group Report: Sensors

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    Artuso, M.; et al.,

    2013-10-18

    Sensors play a key role in detecting both charged particles and photons for all three frontiers in Particle Physics. The signals from an individual sensor that can be used include ionization deposited, phonons created, or light emitted from excitations of the material. The individual sensors are then typically arrayed for detection of individual particles or groups of particles. Mounting of new, ever higher performance experiments, often depend on advances in sensors in a range of performance characteristics. These performance metrics can include position resolution for passing particles, time resolution on particles impacting the sensor, and overall rate capabilities. In addition the feasible detector area and cost frequently provides a limit to what can be built and therefore is often another area where improvements are important. Finally, radiation tolerance is becoming a requirement in a broad array of devices. We present a status report on a broad category of sensors, including challenges for the future and work in progress to solve those challenges.

  11. El monacato femenino en el imperio español. Monasterios, beaterios, recogimientos y colegios

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    Angela I. Robledo

    1996-01-01

    Full Text Available El monacato femenino en el imperio español. Monasterios, beaterios, recogimientos y colegios. Memoria del II Congreso Internacional. Manuel Ramos Medina (Coord. México: CONDUMEX, 1995. 596 páginas.

  12. Representation Theory of Algebraic Groups and Quantum Groups

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    Gyoja, A; Shinoda, K-I; Shoji, T; Tanisaki, Toshiyuki

    2010-01-01

    Invited articles by top notch expertsFocus is on topics in representation theory of algebraic groups and quantum groupsOf interest to graduate students and researchers in representation theory, group theory, algebraic geometry, quantum theory and math physics

  13. Significados das ações educativas de enfermagem centradas na amamentação na perspectiva das nutrizes e familiares Significados de las acciones educativas de enfermería centradas en la lactancia desde la perspectiva de las madres y de sus familiares Meanings of educative nursing actions centred on breastfeeding from the perspective of breastfeeding mothers and their families

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    Patrícia Pereira de Queiroz

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available O número de mães que optam pelo leite artificial é crescente. Portanto, para modificar esta situação, estratégias centradas no aspecto educativo e formadoras de opiniões precisam ser desenvolvidas. Assim, este estudo descritivo, exploratório, qualitativo objetivou compreender os significados das ações educativas de Enfermagem para as nutrizes e familiares atendidos no ambulatório de amamentação do Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, em Recife-PE, Brasil. Entrevistas semiestruturadas, conduzidas por duas questões norteadoras, foram realizadas com onze nutrizes e onze familiares do referido ambulatório. As falas foram submetidas à análise de conteúdo temática e interpretadas à luz dos constructos de Paulo Freire: diálogo, problematização e humanização. Desta análise emergiram quatro temas: experiência exitosa envolvida pelo acolhimento e cuidado; aprendizagem familiar; empoderamento do conhecimento para amamentar; e orientações centradas em metodologias ativas. As ações de enfermagem, dialógicas, problematizadoras e humanísticas significaram para os participantes deste estudo produção e apreensão do conhecimento, cuidado, apoio e respeito aos saberes, proporcionando uma prática da amamentação tranquila envolvida pela facilidade de amamentar.El número de madres que optan por la leche artificial es creciente. Por ello, con vistas a modificar tal situación, es necesario desarrollar estrategias centradas en el aspecto educativo y formadoras de opinión. Así, el presente estudio descriptivo, exploratorio, cualitativo, tuvo por objeto comprender los significados de las acciones educativas de Enfermería para las madres y sus familiares atendidos en el ambulatorio de lactancia del Hospital das Clínicas de la Universidad Federal de Pernambuco, en Recife-PE, Brasil. Las entrevistas semiestructuradas, conducidas por dos cuestiones guía fueron realizadas con once madres y once familiares

  14. Oklo working group meeting

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    Von Maravic, H.

    1993-01-01

    Natural analogue studies have been carried out for several years in the framework of the European Community's R and D programme on radioactive waste; and within its recent fourth five-year programme on 'Management and storage of radioactive waste (1990-94)' the Community is participating in the Oklo study, natural analogue for transfer processes in a geological repository. The Oklo project is coordinated by CEA-IPSN (F) and involves laboratories from several CEA directorates (IPSN, DTA and DCC) which collaborate with other institutions from France: CREGU, Nancy; CNRS, Strasbourg and ENSMD, Fontainebleau. Moreover, institutes from non-EC member States are also taking part in the Oklo study. The second joint CEC-CEA progress meeting of the Oklo Working Group was held in April 1992 in Brussels and gave the possibility of reviewing and discussing progress made since its first meeting in February 1991 at CEA in Fontenay-aux-Roses. About 40 participants from 15 laboratories and organizations coming from France, Canada, Gabon, Japan, Sweden and the USA underline the great interest in the ongoing research activities. The meeting focused on the different tasks within the CEC-CEA Oklo project concerning (i) field survey and sampling, (ii) characterization of the source term, (iii) studies of the petrographical and geochemical system, and (iv) studies of the hydrogeological system and hydrodynamic modelling. (author) 17 papers are presented

  15. The Liabilities Management Group

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    Whitehead, A.W.

    1998-01-01

    The Liabilities Management Group (LMG) was initiated by DTI. It is a cooperative forum which was set up in 1995. The current participants are DTI, UKAEA, NLM (for BNFL), MOD and Magnox Electric. The LMG was initiated to produce closer cooperation between public sector liability management organizations, achieve more cost-effective management of UK nuclear liabilities and enhance development of the UK nuclear decommissioning and waste management strategy. The objectives are to compare practices between liabilities management organizations discuss the scope for collaboration identify priority areas for possible collaboration agree action plans for exploring and undertaking such collaboration.Four task forces have been formed to look at specific areas (R and D, safety, contracts, and project management) and each reports separately to the LMG. The LMG has achieved its original aim of bringing together those with public sector liability management responsibilities. All participants feel that the LMG has been useful and that it should continue. Looking to the future, there is a continuing need for the LMG to facilitate removal of barriers to the achievement of best value for money. The LMG might also consider addressing the 'business process' elements that a liability management organization must be good at in order to define best practice in these. (author)

  16. CORRELATION BETWEEN GROUP LOCAL DENSITY AND GROUP LUMINOSITY

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    Deng Xinfa [School of Science, Nanchang University, Jiangxi 330031 (China); Yu Guisheng [Department of Natural Science, Nanchang Teachers College, Jiangxi 330103 (China)

    2012-11-10

    In this study, we investigate the correlation between group local number density and total luminosity of groups. In four volume-limited group catalogs, we can conclude that groups with high luminosity exist preferentially in high-density regions, while groups with low luminosity are located preferentially in low-density regions, and that in a volume-limited group sample with absolute magnitude limit M{sub r} = -18, the correlation between group local number density and total luminosity of groups is the weakest. These results basically are consistent with the environmental dependence of galaxy luminosity.

  17. Group Counseling in the Schools

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    Perusse, Rachelle; Goodnough, Gary E.; Lee, Vivian V.

    2009-01-01

    Group counseling is an effective intervention when working in a school setting. In this article, the authors discuss the different kinds of groups offered in schools, types of group interventions, strategies to use in forming groups, and how to collaborate with others in the school. Because leading groups in schools is a specialized skill, the…

  18. Naive Theories of Social Groups

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    Rhodes, Marjorie

    2012-01-01

    Four studies examined children's (ages 3-10, Total N = 235) naive theories of social groups, in particular, their expectations about how group memberships constrain social interactions. After introduction to novel groups of people, preschoolers (ages 3-5) reliably expected agents from one group to harm members of the other group (rather than…

  19. Making Cooperative Learning Groups Work.

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    Hawley, James; De Jong, Cherie

    1995-01-01

    Discusses the use of cooperative-learning groups with middle school students. Describes cooperative-learning techniques, including group roles, peer evaluation, and observation and monitoring. Considers grouping options, including group size and configuration, dyads, the think-pair-share lecture, student teams achievement divisions, jigsaw groups,…

  20. Fermilab Steering Group Report

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    Beier, Eugene; /Pennsylvania U.; Butler, Joel; /Fermilab; Dawson, Sally; /Brookhaven; Edwards, Helen; /Fermilab; Himel, Thomas; /SLAC; Holmes, Stephen; /Fermilab; Kim, Young-Kee; /Fermilab /Chicago U.; Lankford, Andrew; /UC, Irvine; McGinnis, David; /Fermilab; Nagaitsev, Sergei; /Fermilab; Raubenheimer, Tor; /SLAC /Fermilab

    2007-01-01

    The Fermilab Steering Group has developed a plan to keep U.S. accelerator-based particle physics on the pathway to discovery, both at the Terascale with the LHC and the ILC and in the domain of neutrinos and precision physics with a high-intensity accelerator. The plan puts discovering Terascale physics with the LHC and the ILC as Fermilab's highest priority. While supporting ILC development, the plan creates opportunities for exciting science at the intensity frontier. If the ILC remains near the Global Design Effort's technically driven timeline, Fermilab would continue neutrino science with the NOVA experiment, using the NuMI (Neutrinos at the Main Injector) proton plan, scheduled to begin operating in 2011. If ILC construction must wait somewhat longer, Fermilab's plan proposes SNuMI, an upgrade of NuMI to create a more powerful neutrino beam. If the ILC start is postponed significantly, a central feature of the proposed Fermilab plan calls for building an intense proton facility, Project X, consisting of a linear accelerator with the currently planned characteristics of the ILC combined with Fermilab's existing Recycler Ring and the Main Injector accelerator. The major component of Project X is the linac. Cryomodules, radio-frequency distribution, cryogenics and instrumentation for the linac are the same as or similar to those used in the ILC at a scale of about one percent of a full ILC linac. Project X's intense proton beams would open a path to discovery in neutrino science and in precision physics with charged leptons and quarks. World-leading experiments would allow physicists to address key questions of the Quantum Universe: How did the universe come to be? Are there undiscovered principles of nature: new symmetries, new physical laws? Do all the particles and forces become one? What happened to the antimatter? Building Project X's ILC-like linac would offer substantial support for ILC development by accelerating the

  1. Linear deformations of discrete groups and constructions of multivalued groups

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    Yagodovskii, Petr V

    2000-01-01

    We construct deformations of discrete multivalued groups described as special deformations of their group algebras in the class of finite-dimensional associative algebras. We show that the deformations of ordinary groups producing multivalued groups are defined by cocycles with coefficients in the group algebra of the original group and obtain classification theorems on these deformations. We indicate a connection between the linear deformations of discrete groups introduced in this paper and the well-known constructions of multivalued groups. We describe the manifold of three-dimensional associative commutative algebras with identity element, fixed basis, and a constant number of values. The group algebras of n-valued groups of order three (three-dimensional n-group algebras) form a discrete set in this manifold

  2. Group B Streptococcus and Pregnancy

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    ... B Strep and Pregnancy • What is group B streptococcus (GBS)? • What does it mean to be colonized ... planned cesarean birth? •Glossary What is group B streptococcus (GBS)? Group B streptococcus is one of the ...

  3. Harmonic Analysis and Group Representation

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    Figa-Talamanca, Alessandro

    2011-01-01

    This title includes: Lectures - A. Auslander, R. Tolimeri - Nilpotent groups and abelian varieties, M Cowling - Unitary and uniformly bounded representations of some simple Lie groups, M. Duflo - Construction de representations unitaires d'un groupe de Lie, R. Howe - On a notion of rank for unitary representations of the classical groups, V.S. Varadarajan - Eigenfunction expansions of semisimple Lie groups, and R. Zimmer - Ergodic theory, group representations and rigidity; and, Seminars - A. Koranyi - Some applications of Gelfand pairs in classical analysis.

  4. Topological K-Kolmogorov groups

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    Abd El-Sattar, A. Dabbour.

    1987-07-01

    The idea of the K-groups was used to define K-Kolmogorov homology and cohomology (over pairs of coefficient groups) which are descriptions of certain modifications of the Kolmogorov groups. The present work is devoted to the study of the topological properties of the K-Kolmogorov groups which lie at the root of the group duality based essentially upon Pontrjagin's concept of group multiplication. 14 refs

  5. Post-Disaster Social Justice Group Work and Group Supervision

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    Bemak, Fred; Chung, Rita Chi-Ying

    2011-01-01

    This article discusses post-disaster group counseling and group supervision using a social justice orientation for working with post-disaster survivors from underserved populations. The Disaster Cross-Cultural Counseling model is a culturally responsive group counseling model that infuses social justice into post-disaster group counseling and…

  6. Group Leader Development: Effects of Personal Growth and Psychoeducational Groups

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    Ohrt, Jonathan H.; Robinson, E. H., III; Hagedorn, W. Bryce

    2013-01-01

    The purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to compare the effects of personal growth groups and psychoeducational groups on counselor education students' (n = 74) empathy and group leader self-efficacy. Additionally, we compared the degree to which participants in each group valued: (a) cohesion, (b) catharsis, and (c) insight. There were no…

  7. Feminist Principles in Survivor's Groups: Out-of-Group Contact.

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    Rittenhouse, JoAn

    1997-01-01

    Illustrates the value of theoretical concepts from Feminist Therapy in the group treatment of women survivors. Theoretical underpinnings are supported using data taken from clinical experience and by examining group themes and out-of-group contact developed from the case sample. Principles regarding feminist groups are proposed. (RJM)

  8. Platinum-group elements

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    Zientek, Michael L.; Loferski, Patricia J.; Parks, Heather L.; Schulte, Ruth F.; Seal, Robert R.; Schulz, Klaus J.; DeYoung,, John H.; Seal, Robert R.; Bradley, Dwight C.

    2017-12-19

    The platinum-group elements (PGEs)—platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, and osmium—are metals that have similar physical and chemical properties and tend to occur together in nature. PGEs are indispensable to many industrial applications but are mined in only a few places. The availability and accessibility of PGEs could be disrupted by economic, environmental, political, and social events. The United States net import reliance as a percentage of apparent consumption is about 90 percent.PGEs have many industrial applications. They are used in catalytic converters to reduce carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon, and nitrous oxide emissions in automobile exhaust. The chemical industry requires platinum or platinum-rhodium alloys to manufacture nitric oxide, which is the raw material used to manufacture explosives, fertilizers, and nitric acid. In the petrochemical industry, platinum-supported catalysts are needed to refine crude oil and to produce aromatic compounds and high-octane gasoline. Alloys of PGEs are exceptionally hard and durable, making them the best known coating for industrial crucibles used in the manufacture of chemicals and synthetic materials. PGEs are used by the glass manufacturing industry in the production of fiberglass and flat-panel and liquid crystal displays. In the electronics industry, PGEs are used in computer hard disks, hybridized integrated circuits, and multilayer ceramic capacitors.Aside from their industrial applications, PGEs are used in such other fields as health, consumer goods, and finance. Platinum, for example, is used in medical implants, such as pacemakers, and PGEs are used in cancer-fighting drugs. Platinum alloys are an ideal choice for jewelry because of their white color, strength, and resistance to tarnish. Platinum, palladium, and rhodium in the form of coins and bars are also used as investment commodities, and various financial instruments based on the value of these PGEs are traded on major exchanges

  9. Avaliação das ações em saúde mental na estratégia de saúde da família: necessidades e potencialidades Evaluación de las acciones en salud mental en la estrategia de salud de la familia: necesidades y potencialidades Evaluation of actions in mental health at the family health strategy: needs and potentialities

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    Andiara Cossetin

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available O artigo tem como objetivo apontar necessidades e potencialidades das ações em saúde mental na Estratégia Saúde da Família, avaliadas por atores sociais engajados a um Conselho Local de Saúde. Os métodos utilizados foram Avaliação de Quarta Geração e Método Comparativo Constante. Foram realizadas observações e entrevistas com oito participantes. As informações que emergiram do estudo convergiram no núcleo temático avaliação participativa das ações em saúde mental, salientando necessidades e potencialidades. As ações de saúde mental têm como necessidades o acolhimento orientador-sensível, o benefício da Previdência Social e o Programa Bolsa Família e como potencialidades, o apoio matricial e o controle social. A avaliação das ações em saúde mental fortalece a cidadania e a participação nos espaços decisórios, reconhecendo os usuários-atores e as redes de solidariedade no território.Este artículo pretende mostrar necesidades y potencialidades de las acciones de salud mental en la Estrategia de Salud de la Familia, evaluadas con los actores sociales comprometidos en un Consejo Local de Salud. Los métodos fueran Evaluación de Cuarta Generación y método comparativo constante con observaciones y entrevistas con ocho participantes. La información que surgió del estudio de convergencia en el núcleo temático de evaluación participativa de las acciones en salud mental, haciendo hincapié en las necesidades y posibilidades. Las acciones de salud mental como el anfitrión asesor sensible, el beneficio del Seguro Social y la Familia Programa de Subsidios y como potencialidades el soport matricial y el control social. La evaluación de las intervenciones de salud mental fortalece la ciudadanía y la participación en espacios de decisión, reconociendo que el usuario-agentes y las redes de solidaridad en el territorio.This article aims to show the needs and potentialities of mental health actions in the

  10. Emotional collectives: How groups shape emotions and emotions shape groups.

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    van Kleef, Gerben A; Fischer, Agneta H

    2016-01-01

    Group settings are epicentres of emotional activity. Yet, the role of emotions in groups is poorly understood. How do group-level phenomena shape group members' emotional experience and expression? How are emotional expressions recognised, interpreted and shared in group settings? And how do such expressions influence the emotions, cognitions and behaviours of fellow group members and outside observers? To answer these and other questions, we draw on relevant theoretical perspectives (e.g., intergroup emotions theory, social appraisal theory and emotions as social information theory) and recent empirical findings regarding the role of emotions in groups. We organise our review according to two overarching themes: how groups shape emotions and how emotions shape groups. We show how novel empirical approaches break important new ground in uncovering the role of emotions in groups. Research on emotional collectives is thriving and constitutes a key to understanding the social nature of emotions.

  11. Transmissão vertical do HIV: expectativas e ações da gestante soropositiva Transmisión vertical del VHI: expectativas y acciones de la gestante seropositiva HIV perinatal transmission: expectations and actions of hiv-positive pregnant women

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    Edilene Lins de Moura

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available Este estudo descritivo, com abordagem qualitativa, foi motivado pelo elevado número de casos de transmissão vertical do HIV. Teve como objetivo identificar as expectativas e ações da gestante HIV positivo quanto à gravidez e ao concepto. A amostra constituiu-se de 14 gestantes infectadas, assintomáticas, que conheciam sua soropositividade antes da gravidez e que estavam no 3º trimestre de gestação. Utilizou-se entrevista para a coleta de dados que ocorreu em 2001 e 2002. Empregou-se o Método do Discurso do Sujeito Coletivo para analisar os dados. Verificou-se que, quanto à maternidade, as gestantes tinham expectativas semelhantes, adaptaram-se à gravidez, e acreditavam na soronegatividade do bebê e na efetividade do tratamento. Concluiu-se pela necessidade de implementação de orientação para a saúde direcionada à mulher com enfoque na transmissão vertical do HIV/aids.Este estudio descriptivo, con aproximación cualitativa, fue motivado por el gran número de niños con transmisión vertical del VHI. Tuvo como objetivo identificar las expectativas y acciones de la gestante VHI positivo en cuanto al embarazo y al concepto. La muestra se constituyó de 14 gestantes infectadas, asintomáticas, que conocían su seropositividad antes del embarazo y que estaban en el 3.er trimestre de gestación. Para la recolección de los datos, realizada en el período de 2001 y 2002, se utilizó la entrevista. El Método de Discurso de Sujeto Colectivo fue empleado para analizar los datos. Se verificó que, en cuanto a la maternidad, las gestantes tenían expectativas semejantes. Se adaptaron a la gestación, confiaban en que el bebé seria suero negativo y en la efectividad del tratamiento realizado. Las conclusiones orientan hacia la necesidad de implementación de orientación sobre la salud de la mujer con acercamiento en la transmisión vertical del VHI/SIDA.This descriptive study with a qualitative approach was motivated by the high number

  12. Construção e implementação de ações de enfermagem em ambulatório de gastroenterologia Construyendo y implementando acciones de enfermería en la consulta externa de gastroenterología Construction and implementation of nursing actions in the gastroenterology outclinic

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    Cristina Hitomi Kubo

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    Full Text Available Em 1998, iniciou-se reestruturação do Setor de Esquistossomose da Disciplina de Gastroenterologia da UNIFESP, com a implantação do Serviço de Enfermagem. Objetivo: desenvolver ações administrativas de enfermagem, sistematização da assistência e programa de orientação ao esquistossomótico. Método: estudo descritivo, realizado no Ambulatório de Gastroenterologia que atende portadores de esquistossomose, nas suas diferentes formas clínicas. Resultados e discussão: a reestruturação das atividades do Setor resultaram em: criação de estrutura organizacional e implantação da consulta de enfermagem; criação e distribuição dos folhetos explicativos e desenvolvimento do Programa de Educação em Esquistossomose; início de projeto piloto de banco de dados de todos os clientes do ambulatório e do cadastro eletrônico da coleta de materiais biológicos. Conclusão: a iniciativa abriu nova oportunidade de atuação para o enfermeiro e contribuiu para melhorar a qualidade do atendimento ambulatorial.En 1998, empezó la reestructuración del Sector de Esquistosomiasis de la Disciplina de Gastroenterología de la UNIFESP, con la implantación del servicio de enfermería. Objetivo: desarrollar acciones administrativas de enfermería, sistematización de asistencia y programa de orientación esquistosomótico. Método: estudio descriptivo, realizado en la consulta externa de Gastroenterología que atiende portadores de esquistosomiasis en las distintas formas clínicas. Resultados y Discusión: las reestructuración de las actividades del Sector resultaron en: la creación de la estructura organizacional y la implantación de la consulta de enfermería; la creación y distribución de panfletos explicativos y el desarrollo del Programa de Educación en Esquistosomiasis; inicio del Proyecto Piloto del banco de datos de todos los pacientes de la consulta externa y del registro electrónico de la recolección de materiales biol

  13. Dano muscular: resposta inflamatória sistêmica após ações excêntricas máximas Daño muscular: respuesta inflamatoria sistémica después de acciones excéntricas máximas Muscle damage: systemic inflammatory response after maximal eccentric actions

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    Ricardo Paes de Barros Berton

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste estudo foi analisar a resposta inflamatória induzida por grande número de ações excêntricas (AE máximas realizadas pelos flexores do cotovelo. Participaram do estudo nove homens jovens, que realizaram 35 séries de seis AE nos flexores de cotovelo, com intervalo de um minuto, utilizando um dinamômetro isocinético em uma velocidade de 210º.s-1. As variáveis mensuradas foram: a contração isométrica voluntaria máxima (CIVM, a amplitude de movimento (AM, a dor muscular de inicio tardio (DMIT, a interleucina-6 (IL-6 e o fator de necrose tumoral alfa (TNF-α. Alterações significantes foram observadas para os marcadores indiretos de dano muscular (CIVM, AM e DMIT, entretanto não houve modificações para os marcadores inflamatórios (IL-6 e TNF-α. Em conclusão, os resultados demonstraram que mesmo com alterações nos marcadores indiretos de dano muscular após a realização de um grande número de AE não foram observadas alterações na resposta inflamatória sistêmica.El objetivo del presente estudio fue analizar la magnitud de la respuesta inflamatoria inducida por un gran número de acciones excéntricas (AE de los flexores del codo. Han participado del estudio nueve jóvenes que llevaron a cabo 35 series de seis AE de los flexores del codo, con un intervalo de un minuto, utilizando un dinamómetro isocinético a 210º.s-1. Fueran mensurados la máxima contracción voluntaria isométrica (CIVM, la amplitud de movimiento (AM, el dolor muscular de aparición tardía (DMIT, la interleucina 6 (IL-6 y el factor de necrosis tumoral alfa (TNF-α. Se observaron cambios significativos para los marcadores de daño muscular (CIVM, AM y DMIT, sin embargo, no hubo cambios en los marcadores de inflamación IL-6 y TNF-α. En conclusión, los resultados indican que mismo con un gran número de AE y cambios en los marcadores indirectos de daño muscular, no se observaron cambios en la respuesta inflamatoria sist

  14. Perda da espontaneidade da ação: o desconforto de homens que sofreram infarto agudo do miocardio Perdida de la expontaneidad de la accion: el desconforto de hombres que sufrieron infarto agudo del miocardio Undergoing loss of spontaneous action: the discomfort experienced by men having suffered acute myocardial infarction

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    Fernanda Carneiro Mussi

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    la pérdida de la exponta-neidad de la accion". Este artículo, resume el proceso psicosocial básico de la experiencia, discutiendo sus implicancias paracuestionar el modelo clínico de intervención, apuntando la posibilidad dela enfermera para actuar en la prevención y proponerideas para aprimorar la formación del enfermero.Considering that comfort and discomfort must be understood in the light of patients' interactions during illness and treatment- thus linked to institutions' objective factors, grounding rationale, and practices -, this study inquired on comfort and discom-fort such as experienced by men who had suffered acute myocardial infarction (AMI. By resorting to the Symbolic Interactionismand to Grounded Theory methodology, data were collected by means of interviews with 13 men who had suffered AMI, at twohealth units in the city of São Paulo. The analysis led to building a theoretical model of such experience, made up by threephenomena and essentially pervaded by the discomfort of "undergoing loss of spontaneous action". This articles sums up thebasic psychosocial process that emerges from that experience, and discusses its implications to question the clinical model oftreatment, pointing to prevention as a further scope of action for nurses, besides raising issues to enhance nurse education.

  15. Group performance and group learning at dynamic system control tasks

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    Drewes, Sylvana

    2013-01-01

    Proper management of dynamic systems (e.g. cooling systems of nuclear power plants or production and warehousing) is important to ensure public safety and economic success. So far, research has provided broad evidence for systematic shortcomings in individuals' control performance of dynamic systems. This research aims to investigate whether groups manifest synergy (Larson, 2010) and outperform individuals and if so, what processes lead to these performance advantages. In three experiments - including simulations of a nuclear power plant and a business setting - I compare the control performance of three-person-groups to the average individual performance and to nominal groups (N = 105 groups per experiment). The nominal group condition captures the statistical advantage of aggregated group judgements not due to social interaction. First, results show a superior performance of groups compared to individuals. Second, a meta-analysis across all three experiments shows interaction-based process gains in dynamic control tasks: Interacting groups outperform the average individual performance as well as the nominal group performance. Third, group interaction leads to stable individual improvements of group members that exceed practice effects. In sum, these results provide the first unequivocal evidence for interaction-based performance gains of groups in dynamic control tasks and imply that employers should rely on groups to provide opportunities for individual learning and to foster dynamic system control at its best.

  16. Does group efficacy increase group identification? Resolving their paradoxical relationship

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    van Zomeren, Martijn; Leach, Colin Wayne; Spears, Russell

    2010-01-01

    Although group identification and group efficacy are both important predictors of collective action against collective disadvantage, there is mixed evidence for their (causal) relationship. Meta-analytic and correlational evidence suggests an overall positive relationship that has been interpreted

  17. Secure Group Communications for Large Dynamic Multicast Group

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    Liu Jing; Zhou Mingtian

    2003-01-01

    As the major problem in multicast security, the group key management has been the focus of research But few results are satisfactory. In this paper, the problems of group key management and access control for large dynamic multicast group have been researched and a solution based on SubGroup Secure Controllers (SGSCs) is presented, which solves many problems in IOLUS system and WGL scheme.

  18. How to conduct focus groups: researching group priorities through discussion.

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    Focus groups serve to uncover priorities and beliefs of a target group, but health project designers do not always take the time to seek this information beforehand. Focus groups also allow various local subgroups to communicate their concerns before the project starts. Focus groups can also breed ideas and dialogue that individual interviews cannot and they provide baseline information so managers can determine if attitudes or priorities have resulted from the project. Diverse people have different beliefs, e.g., women who have young children view oral rehydration therapy differently from women with no children. Project designers can use these basic differences to arrive at some conclusions about general attitudes. Focus group facilitators should have a discussion outline to help keep the group on the topic of concern. They should limit sessions to 60-90 minutes. Each focus groups should include 8-10 people. It is important to have members of various community subgroups in each group. Yet group designers should be careful not to include within the same group, those who may intimidate other people in the group, e.g., in situations where farmers depend on middlemen, farmers may not be open if middlemen are also in the focus group. Facilitators should launch each session with an attempt to encourage the members to be open and to feel comfortable. For example, in Malawi, a facilitator leads her focus group discussions with songs. Stories are another icebreaker. It is important that all focus groups centering around a certain project discuss the same topics. Facilitators need to stress to the group that all discussions are to be kept confidential. The designers should also carefully word the questions so that facilitators will not impart their bias. Facilitators should not direct the group to certain conclusions, but instead keep the discussions focused.

  19. Group covariance and metrical theory

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    1983-01-01

    The a priori introduction of a Lie group of transformations into a physical theory has often proved to be useful; it usually serves to describe special simplified conditions before a general theory can be worked out. Newton's assumptions of absolute space and time are examples where the Euclidian group and translation group have been introduced. These groups were extended to the Galilei group and modified in the special theory of relativity to the Poincare group to describe physics under the given conditions covariantly in the simplest way. The criticism of the a priori character leads to the formulation of the general theory of relativity. The general metric theory does not really give preference to a particular invariance group - even the principle of equivalence can be adapted to a whole family of groups. The physical laws covariantly inserted into the metric space are however adapted to the Poincare group. 8 references

  20. Defining and Classifying Interest Groups

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    Baroni, Laura; Carroll, Brendan; Chalmers, Adam

    2014-01-01

    The interest group concept is defined in many different ways in the existing literature and a range of different classification schemes are employed. This complicates comparisons between different studies and their findings. One of the important tasks faced by interest group scholars engaged...... in large-N studies is therefore to define the concept of an interest group and to determine which classification scheme to use for different group types. After reviewing the existing literature, this article sets out to compare different approaches to defining and classifying interest groups with a sample...... in the organizational attributes of specific interest group types. As expected, our comparison of coding schemes reveals a closer link between group attributes and group type in narrower classification schemes based on group organizational characteristics than those based on a behavioral definition of lobbying....

  1. What Is a Group? Young Children's Perceptions of Different Types of Groups and Group Entitativity.

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    Maria Plötner

    Full Text Available To date, developmental research on groups has focused mainly on in-group biases and intergroup relations. However, little is known about children's general understanding of social groups and their perceptions of different forms of group. In this study, 5- to 6-year-old children were asked to evaluate prototypes of four key types of groups: an intimacy group (friends, a task group (people who are collaborating, a social category (people who look alike, and a loose association (people who coincidently meet at a tram stop. In line with previous work with adults, the vast majority of children perceived the intimacy group, task group, and social category, but not the loose association, to possess entitativity, that is, to be a 'real group.' In addition, children evaluated group member properties, social relations, and social obligations differently in each type of group, demonstrating that young children are able to distinguish between different types of in-group relations. The origins of the general group typology used by adults thus appear early in development. These findings contribute to our knowledge about children's intuitive understanding of groups and group members' behavior.

  2. Effectiveness of Group Supervision versus Combined Group and Individual Supervision.

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    Ray, Dee; Altekruse, Michael

    2000-01-01

    Investigates the effectiveness of different types of supervision (large group, small group, combined group, individual supervision) with counseling students (N=64). Analyses revealed that all supervision formats resulted in similar progress in counselor effectiveness and counselor development. Participants voiced a preference for individual…

  3. Group Insight Versus Group Desensitization in Treating Speech Anxiety

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    Meichenbaum, Donald H.; And Others

    1971-01-01

    Results of this study indicated that the insight group was as effective as the desensitization group in significantly reducing speech anxiety over control group levels as assessed by behavioral, cognitive, and self-report measures given immediately after posttreatment and later at a three-month follow-up. (Author)

  4. Re-Examining Group Development in Adventure Therapy Groups.

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    DeGraaf, Don; Ashby, Jeff

    1998-01-01

    Small-group development is an important aspect of adventure therapy. Supplementing knowledge of sequential stages of group development with knowledge concerning within-stage nonsequential development yields a richer understanding of groups. Integrating elements of the individual counseling relationship (working alliance, transference, and real…

  5. Saving Face and Group Identity

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    Eriksson, Tor; Mao, Lei; Villeval, Marie-Claire

    2015-01-01

    their self- but also other group members' image. This behavior is frequent even in the absence of group identity. When group identity is more salient, individuals help regardless of whether the least performer is an in-group or an out-group. This suggests that saving others' face is a strong social norm.......Are people willing to sacrifice resources to save one's and others' face? In a laboratory experiment, we study whether individuals forego resources to avoid the public exposure of the least performer in their group. We show that a majority of individuals are willing to pay to preserve not only...

  6. Enhancing Social Communication Between Groups

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    T. Stevens; P. Hughes (Peter); D. Williams; I. Craigie; I. Kegel; P.S. Cesar Garcia (Pablo Santiago); A.J. Jansen (Jack); M.F. Usrsu; M. Frantzis; N. Farber; M. Lutzky; S. Vogel

    2010-01-01

    htmlabstractThis paper describes a prototype software platform that supports advanced communications services, specifically services enabling effective group-to-group communications with a social purpose, between remote homes. The architecture, the individual components, their interfaces, and the

  7. Coordinated Control of Vehicle Groups

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    Kumar, Vijay

    2004-01-01

    .... There are three main objectives: (1) to develop a theoretical paradigm for formalizing the concepts of a group, a team, and control of groups, with specified tasks such as exploring, mapping, searching, and transporting objects; (2...

  8. Criminal groups and criminal subculture

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    Romanova N.M.

    2013-01-01

    The paper provides a classification of criminal groups, structured by the following parameters: a) operation mode (secret/open), b) law-enforcement and administrative support (presence/absence). We describe four types of criminal groups: a) legitimized criminal organization, b) secret criminal organization engaged in illegal business, c) secret general crime group, and d) general crime group operating openly. The four types differ in the content of criminal subculture. Modern criminal subcult...

  9. Group Cooperation in Outdoor Education

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    Matthews, Bruce E.

    1978-01-01

    Utilizing the Beatles' Yellow Submarine fantasy (e.g., the Blue Meanies), this outdoor education program is designed for sixth graders and special education students. Activities developed at the Cortland Resident Outdoor Education Camp include a series of group stress/challenge activities to be accomplished by everyone in the group, as a group.…

  10. Reinterpreting between-group inequality

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    Elbers, C.T.M.; Lanjouw, P.F.; Mistiaen, J.; Özler, B

    2008-01-01

    We evaluate observed inequality between population groups against a benchmark of the maximum between-group inequality attainable given the number and relative sizes of those groups under examination. Because our measure is normalized by these parameters, drawing comparisons across different settings

  11. Ability Grouping in Social Studies.

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    Social Education, 1992

    1992-01-01

    Presents a position statement of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS). Reports that the NCSS objects to ability grouping in social studies. Argues that ability grouping disadvantages minority, handicapped, and low ability students. Suggests that ability grouping undermines the democratic ideals that should be the basis of the social…

  12. Conceptualizing Group Flow: A Framework

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    Duncan, Jana; West, Richard E.

    2018-01-01

    This literature review discusses the similarities in main themes between Csikszentmihályi theory of individual flow and Sawyer theory of group flow, and compares Sawyer's theory with existing concepts in the literature on group work both in education and business. Because much creativity and innovation occurs within groups, understanding group…

  13. Diagram Techniques in Group Theory

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    Stedman, Geoffrey E.

    2009-09-01

    Preface; 1. Elementary examples; 2. Angular momentum coupling diagram techniques; 3. Extension to compact simple phase groups; 4. Symmetric and unitary groups; 5. Lie groups and Lie algebras; 6. Polarisation dependence of multiphoton processes; 7. Quantum field theoretic diagram techniques for atomic systems; 8. Applications; Appendix; References; Indexes.

  14. Designing for informed group formation

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    Nicolajsen, Hanne Westh; Juel Jacobsen, Alice; Riis, Marianne

    2012-01-01

    A new design ―project preparation‖ preparing for the group formation in problem based project work is proposed and investigated. The main problem is to overcome group formation based on existing relations. The hypothesis is that theme development and group formation are somewhat counterproductive...

  15. Working with Difficult Group Members.

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    Kottler, Jeffrey A.

    1994-01-01

    Describes types of group members who are challenging in group settings including entitled, manipulative, and character-disordered clients. Provides suggestions for working with these group members, either as isolated cases or as homogenous populations, emphasizing the protection of other clients' rights. Includes 31 references. (Author/CRR)

  16. K-Kolmogorov cohomology groups

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    Abd El-Sattar, A. Dabbour.

    1986-07-01

    In the present work we use the idea of K-groups to give a description of certain modification of the Kolmogorov cohomology groups for the case of a pair (G,G') of discrete coefficient groups. Their induced homomorphisms and coboundary operators are also defined, and then we study the resulting construction from the point of view of Eilenberg-Steenrod axioms. (author)

  17. Ultrafilters and topologies on groups

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    Zelenyuk, Yevhen

    2011-01-01

    This book presents the relationship between ultrafilters and topologies on groups. It shows how ultrafilters are used in constructing topologies on groups with extremal properties and how topologies on groups serve in deriving algebraic results aboutultrafilters. Topics covered include: topological and left topological groups, ultrafilter semigroups, local homomorphisms and automorphisms, subgroups and ideal structure of ßG, almost maximal spaces and projectives of finite semigroups, resolvability of groups. This is a self-contained book aimed at graduate students and researchers working in to

  18. Group supervision for general practitioners

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    Galina Nielsen, Helena; Sofie Davidsen, Annette; Dalsted, Rikke

    2013-01-01

    AIM: Group supervision is a sparsely researched method for professional development in general practice. The aim of this study was to explore general practitioners' (GPs') experiences of the benefits of group supervision for improving the treatment of mental disorders. METHODS: One long-establish......AIM: Group supervision is a sparsely researched method for professional development in general practice. The aim of this study was to explore general practitioners' (GPs') experiences of the benefits of group supervision for improving the treatment of mental disorders. METHODS: One long...... considered important prerequisites for disclosing and discussing professional problems. CONCLUSION: The results of this study indicate that participation in a supervision group can be beneficial for maintaining and developing GPs' skills in dealing with patients with mental health problems. Group supervision...... influenced other areas of GPs' professional lives as well. However, more studies are needed to assess the impact of supervision groups....

  19. Group percolation in interdependent networks

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    Wang, Zexun; Zhou, Dong; Hu, Yanqing

    2018-03-01

    In many real network systems, nodes usually cooperate with each other and form groups to enhance their robustness to risks. This motivates us to study an alternative type of percolation, group percolation, in interdependent networks under attack. In this model, nodes belonging to the same group survive or fail together. We develop a theoretical framework for this group percolation and find that the formation of groups can improve the resilience of interdependent networks significantly. However, the percolation transition is always of first order, regardless of the distribution of group sizes. As an application, we map the interdependent networks with intersimilarity structures, which have attracted much attention recently, onto the group percolation and confirm the nonexistence of continuous phase transitions.

  20. The "group" in obstetric psychoprophylaxis.

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    Volpe, B; Tenaglia, F; Fede, T; Cerutti, R

    1983-01-01

    In the practice of obstetric psychoprophylaxis every method employed considered always the group both from a psychological and a pedagogic point of view. Today the group of pregnant women (or couples) is considered under various aspects: - psychological: the group as a support for members with regard to maternal and parental emotional feelings; - anthropological: the group fills up an empty vital space and becomes a "rite de passage" from a state of social identity to another one; - social: the group is a significative cultural intermediary between health services and the women-patient. The knowledge of these aspects becomes an important methodological support for group conductors. We present an analysis of our experience with groups and how this has affected the Psychoprophylaxis in the last years.

  1. Group lending and the role of the group leader

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    Eijkel, van, R.; Hermes, N.; Lensink, B.W.

    2011-01-01

    This paper investigates strategic monitoring behavior within group lending. We show that monitoring efforts of group members differ in equilibrium due to the asymmetry between members in terms of future profits. In particular, we show that the entrepreneur with the highest future profits also puts in the highest monitoring effort. Moreover, monitoring efforts differ between group members due to free-riding: one member reduces her level of monitoring if the other increases her monitoring effor...

  2. Clifford algebras, spinors, spin groups and covering groups

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    Magneville, C.; Pansart, J.P.

    1991-03-01

    The Dirac equation uses matrices named Υ matrices which are representations of general algebraic structures associated with a metric space. These algebras are the Clifford algebras. In the first past, these algebras are studied. Then the notion of spinor is developed. It is shown that Majorana and Weyl spinors only exist for some particular metric space. In the second part, Clifford and spinor groups are studied. They may be interpreted as the extension of the notion of orthogonal group for Clifford algebras and their spaces for representation. The rotation of a spinor is computed. In the last part, the connexion between the spinor groups and the Universal Covering Groups is presented [fr

  3. Group lending and the role of the group leader

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    Eijkel, van R.; Hermes, N.; Lensink, B.W.

    2011-01-01

    This paper investigates strategic monitoring behavior within group lending. We show that monitoring efforts of group members differ in equilibrium due to the asymmetry between members in terms of future profits. In particular, we show that the entrepreneur with the highest future profits also puts

  4. Group lending and the role of the group leader

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    van Eijkel, R.; Hermes, C.L.M.; Lensink, B.W.

    This paper investigates strategic monitoring behavior within group lending. We show that monitoring efforts of group members differ in equilibrium due to the asymmetry between members in terms of future profits. In particular, we show that the entrepreneur with the highest future profits also puts

  5. Working with Group-Tasks and Group Cohesiveness

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    Anwar, Khoirul

    2016-01-01

    This study aimed at exploring the connection between the use of group task and group cohesiveness. This study is very important because the nature of the learner's success is largely determined by the values of cooperation, interaction, and understanding of the learning objectives together. Subjects of this study are 28 students on the course…

  6. Group Journaling: A Tool for Reflection, Fun and Group Development

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    Asfeldt, Morten

    2012-01-01

    Personal journaling is common practice in outdoor programs and is an important means of reflection and meaning-making. For over 20 years the author has used group journals to promote reflection and understanding, raise important questions, explore difficult issues, develop writing and speaking skills, and enhance group development. In this…

  7. Group Milieu in systemic and psychodynamic group therapy

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    Lau, Marianne Engelbrecht; Kristensen, Ellids

    Objectives: A recent meta-analysis also concluded that psychotherapeutic approaches are beneficial for adult with a history of CSA and maintained for at least six months follow-up. The results suggest that different characteristics of therapy moderate the therapeutic outcome. We found in a random......Objectives: A recent meta-analysis also concluded that psychotherapeutic approaches are beneficial for adult with a history of CSA and maintained for at least six months follow-up. The results suggest that different characteristics of therapy moderate the therapeutic outcome. We found...... in a randomized study of systemic versus psychodynamic group therapy, that the short-term outcome for patients who received systemic group psychotherapy was significantly better than the outcome for patients who received psychodynamic group psychotherapy. The current study assessed the group milieu in both groups....... Methods: This randomized prospective study included 106 women: 52 assigned to psychodynamic group psychotherapy and 54 assigned to systemic group psychotherapy. The Group Environment Scale (GES) was filled in the mid phase of therapy and analysed in three dimensions and 10 subscales. Results: The systemic...

  8. Geometric group theory an introduction

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    Löh, Clara

    2017-01-01

    Inspired by classical geometry, geometric group theory has in turn provided a variety of applications to geometry, topology, group theory, number theory and graph theory. This carefully written textbook provides a rigorous introduction to this rapidly evolving field whose methods have proven to be powerful tools in neighbouring fields such as geometric topology. Geometric group theory is the study of finitely generated groups via the geometry of their associated Cayley graphs. It turns out that the essence of the geometry of such groups is captured in the key notion of quasi-isometry, a large-scale version of isometry whose invariants include growth types, curvature conditions, boundary constructions, and amenability. This book covers the foundations of quasi-geometry of groups at an advanced undergraduate level. The subject is illustrated by many elementary examples, outlooks on applications, as well as an extensive collection of exercises.

  9. Group Analytic Psychotherapy in Brazil.

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    Penna, Carla; Castanho, Pablo

    2015-10-01

    Group analytic practice in Brazil began quite early. Highly influenced by the Argentinean Pichon-Rivière, it enjoyed a major development from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Beginning in the 1970s, different factors undermined its development and eventually led to its steep decline. From the mid 1980s on, the number of people looking for either group analytic psychotherapy or group analytic training decreased considerably. Group analytic psychotherapy societies struggled to survive and most of them had to close their doors in the 1990s and the following decade. Psychiatric reform and the new public health system have stimulated a new demand for groups in Brazil. Developments in the public and not-for-profit sectors, combined with theoretical and practical research in universities, present promising new perspectives for group analytic psychotherapy in Brazil nowadays.

  10. Modelling group dynamic animal movement

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    Langrock, Roland; Hopcraft, J. Grant C.; Blackwell, Paul G.

    2014-01-01

    makes its movement decisions relative to the group centroid. The basic idea is framed within the flexible class of hidden Markov models, extending previous work on modelling animal movement by means of multi-state random walks. While in simulation experiments parameter estimators exhibit some bias......, to date, practical statistical methods which can include group dynamics in animal movement models have been lacking. We consider a flexible modelling framework that distinguishes a group-level model, describing the movement of the group's centre, and an individual-level model, such that each individual......Group dynamic movement is a fundamental aspect of many species' movements. The need to adequately model individuals' interactions with other group members has been recognised, particularly in order to differentiate the role of social forces in individual movement from environmental factors. However...

  11. Discrepancy in abo blood grouping

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    Khan, M.N.; Ahmed, Z.; Khan, T.A.

    2013-01-01

    Discrepancies in blood typing is one of the major reasons in eliciting a transfusion reaction. These discrepancies can be avoided through detailed analysis for the blood typing. Here, we report a subgroup of blood group type-B in the ABO system. Donor's blood was analyzed by employing commercial antisera for blood grouping. The results of forward (known antisera) and reverse (known antigen) reaction were not complimentary. A detailed analysis using the standard protocols by American Association of Blood Banking revealed the blood type as a variant of blood group-B instead of blood group-O. This is suggestive of the fact that blood group typing should be performed with extreme care and any divergence, if identified, should be properly resolved to avoid transfusion reactions. Moreover, a major study to determine the blood group variants in Pakistani population is needed. (author)

  12. The didactics of group work

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    Christensen, Gerd

    2017-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to discuss aims and means of group work as a teaching and learning method. In Denmark, group work has been implemented at all levels of education since the 1970s from primary school to university but also in training sessions in organizations. The discussion in this paper...... will take its point of departure in pedagogical textbook introductions where group work is often presented as a means to learning social skills and co-workability. However, as most students and teachers know, this is not always the case. Observations of long-term group work show that this can be a tough...... experience for the students (Christensen 2013). Contrary to expectations, the group work seemed to foster anti-social behavior and development of selfish skills. The paper will therefore conclude by suggesting how the (often) laissez-faire group pedagogy, which is dominant in Denmark, could be improved...

  13. Uniquely Strongly Clean Group Rings

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    2012-01-01

    A ring R is called clean if every element is the sum of an idempotent and a unit,and R is called uniquely strongly clean (USC for short) if every element is uniquely the sum of an idempotent and a unit that commute.In this article,some conditions on a ring R and a group G such that RG is clean are given.It is also shown that if G is a locally finite group,then the group ring RG is USC if and only if R is USC,and G is a 2-group.The left uniquely exchange group ring,as a middle ring of the uniquely clean ring and the USC ring,does not possess this property,and so does the uniquely exchange group ring.

  14. Group theory and its applications

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    Patra, Prasanta Kumar

    2018-01-01

    Every molecule possesses symmetry and hence has symmetry operations and symmetry elements. From symmetry properties of a system we can deduce its significant physical results. Consequently it is essential to operations of a system forms a group. Group theory is an abstract mathematical tool that underlies the study of symmetry and invariance. By using the concepts of symmetry and group theory, it is possible to obtain the members of complete set of known basis functions of the various irreducible representations of the group. I practice this is achieved by applying the projection operators to linear combinations of atomic orbital (LCAO) when the valence electrons are tightly bound to the ions, to orthogonalized plane waves (OPW) when valence electrons are nearly free and to the other given functions that are judged to the particular system under consideration. In solid state physics the group theory is indispensable in the context of finding the energy bands of electrons in solids. Group theory can be applied...

  15. Physics of the Lorentz Group

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    Başkal, Sibel

    2015-11-01

    This book explains the Lorentz mathematical group in a language familiar to physicists. While the three-dimensional rotation group is one of the standard mathematical tools in physics, the Lorentz group of the four-dimensional Minkowski space is still very strange to most present-day physicists. It plays an essential role in understanding particles moving at close to light speed and is becoming the essential language for quantum optics, classical optics, and information science. The book is based on papers and books published by the authors on the representations of the Lorentz group based on harmonic oscillators and their applications to high-energy physics and to Wigner functions applicable to quantum optics. It also covers the two-by-two representations of the Lorentz group applicable to ray optics, including cavity, multilayer and lens optics, as well as representations of the Lorentz group applicable to Stokes parameters and the Poincaré sphere on polarization optics.

  16. Groups, graphs and random walks

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    Salvatori, Maura; Sava-Huss, Ecaterina

    2017-01-01

    An accessible and panoramic account of the theory of random walks on groups and graphs, stressing the strong connections of the theory with other branches of mathematics, including geometric and combinatorial group theory, potential analysis, and theoretical computer science. This volume brings together original surveys and research-expository papers from renowned and leading experts, many of whom spoke at the workshop 'Groups, Graphs and Random Walks' celebrating the sixtieth birthday of Wolfgang Woess in Cortona, Italy. Topics include: growth and amenability of groups; Schrödinger operators and symbolic dynamics; ergodic theorems; Thompson's group F; Poisson boundaries; probability theory on buildings and groups of Lie type; structure trees for edge cuts in networks; and mathematical crystallography. In what is currently a fast-growing area of mathematics, this book provides an up-to-date and valuable reference for both researchers and graduate students, from which future research activities will undoubted...

  17. Uso racional de medicamentos antineoplásicos e ações judiciais no Estado de São Paulo Uso racional de medicamentos antineoplásicos y acciones judiciales en el estado de Sao Paulo, Sureste de Brasil Rational use of anticancer drugs and patient lawsuits in the state of São Paulo, Southeastern Brazil

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    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Avaliar a racionalidade das ações judiciais e pedidos administrativos recebidos pela Secretaria de Estado da Saúde de São Paulo segundo evidências científicas de eficácia e segurança. MÉTODOS: Estudo descritivo, transversal, baseado em informações da Secretaria de Saúde sobre os medicamentos antineoplásicos solicitados por via judicial, com maior impacto financeiro para o Sistema Único de Saúde em 2006 e 2007. Os fármacos foram avaliados quanto às evidências clínicas de eficácia e segurança, com base na classificação do Micromedex®, em metanálises e revisões sistemáticas. As indicações foram confrontadas com aquelas aprovadas em agências reguladoras. RESULTADOS: Os medicamentos bevacizumabe, capecitabina, cetuximabe, erlotinibe, rituximabe, imatinibe e temozolomida geraram gastos superiores a R$ 40 milhões para atender 1.220 solicitações, com custo médio de R$ 33,5 mil por paciente. Os estudos selecionados não recomendam parte das indicações dos medicamentos prescritos. Cerca de 17% dos pedidos não tinham evidência para a indicação mencionada no pleito, o que equivale a um gasto inadequado de, no mínimo, R$ 6,8 milhões. CONCLUSÕES: Os resultados reforçam a necessidade de qualificação técnica para tratar as demandas judiciais e exige capacitação dos profissionais no manejo da literatura científica, na seleção adequada dos fármacos e na escolha da melhor conduta terapêutica para cada condição clínica. Dessa forma será possível garantir o acesso a tecnologias eficazes e seguras, e assim aprimorar o modelo de assistência farmacêutica em oncologia.OBJETIVO: Evaluar la racionalidad de las acciones judiciales y pedidos administrativos recibidos por la Secretaria Estatal de Salud de Sao Paulo según evidencias científicas de eficacia y seguridad. MÉTODOS: Estudio descriptivo, transversal basado en informaciones de la Secretaria sobre los medicamentos antineoplásicos solicitados

  18. Group identity and positive deviance in work groups.

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    Kim, Moon Joung; Choi, Jin Nam

    2017-12-05

    This study examines why and how identity cognitions, including group identification and individual differentiation, influence the positive deviance of employees. We identify the risk-taking intention of employees as a critical psychological mechanism to overcome stigma-induced identity threat of positive deviance. The analysis of data collected from 293 members comprising 66 work teams reveals that the relationship between individual differentiation and positive deviance is partially mediated by risk-taking intention. The indirect effect of group identification on positive deviance through risk-taking intention is also significant and positive in groups with low conformity pressure, whereas the same indirect effect is neutralized in groups with high conformity pressure. The current analysis offers new insights into the way the group context and the identity cognition of members explain the development of positive deviance and workplace creativity.

  19. Social Identity and Group Contests

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    Zaunbrecher, Henrik; Riedl, Arno

    2016-01-01

    Social identity has been shown to successfully enhance cooperation and effort in cooperation and coordination games. Little is known about the causal effect of social identity on the propensity to engage in group conflict. In this paper we explore theoretically and experimentally whether social identity increases investments in group contests. We show theoretically that increased social identity with the own group implies higher investments in Tullock contests. Empirically we find that induce...

  20. Designing for informed group formation

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    Nicolajsen, Hanne Westh; Juel Jacobsen, Alice; Riis, Marianne

    2012-01-01

    A new design ―project preparation‖ preparing for the group formation in problem based project work is proposed and investigated. The main problem is to overcome group formation based on existing relations. The hypothesis is that theme development and group formation are somewhat counterproductive....... Following research based design methodology an experiment separating the two was initiated.This was to provide for more openness and creativity in contrast to a design in which existing relations seem predominant....

  1. Group decision-making: Factors that affect group effectiveness

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    Juliana Osmani

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available Organizations are operating in a dynamic and turbulent environment. In these conditions, they have to make decisions for new problems or situations. Most of decisions are therefore non-programmed and unstructured, accompanied by risk and uncertainty. Moreover, the problems and situations are complex. All organizations are oriented towards group decisionmaking processes, as useful tools to cope with uncertainty and complexity. Apart from the necessity, companies are turning towards participatory processes also to benefit from the important advantages that these processes offer. Organizations have realized the importance of group decision-making processes to contribute to the creation of sustainable competitive advantages. Main objective of this paper is to show that group decision-making processes do not offer guarantee for good decisions, because the effectiveness of group is affected by many factors. So, the first thing done in this paper is discussing about the benefits and limitations that accompany the use of groups with decision-making purpose. Afterwards, we stop on the different factors that influence the group’s ability to make good decisions. The aim is to emphasize that regardless of the many advantages of groups, some factors as group size, type of communication within the group, leadership style, the norms, the differentiation of roles and statuses, cohesion and compliance degree should be the main elements to keep into consideration because they affect the effectiveness of group. In this regard, is discussed how such factors influence the quality of decision and then we try to draw some conclusions that can improve and make better and easier group decision-making processes.

  2. Strategic Groups and Banks’ Performance

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    Gregorz Halaj

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available The theory of strategic groups predicts the existence of stable groups of companies that adopt similar business strategies. The theory also predicts that groups will differ in performance and in their reaction to external shocks. We use cluster analysis to identify strategic groups in the Polish banking sector. We find stable groups in the Polish banking sector constituted after the year 2000 following the major privatisation and ownership changes connected with transition to the mostly-privately-owned banking sector in the late 90s. Using panel regression methods we show that the allocation of banks to groups is statistically significant in explaining the profitability of banks. Thus, breaking down the banks into strategic groups and allowing for the different reaction of the groups to external shocks helps in a more accurate explanation of profits of the banking sector as a whole.Therefore, a more precise ex ante assessment of the loss absorption capabilities of banks is possible, which is crucial for an analysis of banking sector stability. However, we did not find evidence of the usefulness of strategic groups in explaining the quality of bank portfolios as measured by irregular loans over total loans, which is a more direct way to assess risks to financial stability.

  3. Structure of a supergravity group

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    Ogievetsky, V.; Sokatchev, E.

    1978-01-01

    The supergravity group is found to be the direct product of general covariance groups in complex conjugated left and right handed superspaces. The ordinary space-time coordinate and the axial gravitational superfield are the real and imaginary parts of the complex coordinate, respectively. It is pointed out that a number of questions concerning the formalism remains open. For instance how to define superfields with external indices, supercovariant derivatives and invariants of the group, etc. However, the extremely simple and clear geometrical picture of the supergravity group given here will provide an adequate basis for the supergravity theory

  4. The formalism of Lie groups

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    Salam, A. [Imperial College of Science and Technology, London (United Kingdom)

    1963-01-15

    Throughout the history of quantum theory, a battle has raged between the amateurs and professional group theorists. The amateurs have maintained that everything one needs in the theory of groups can be discovered by the light of nature provided one knows how to multiply two matrices. In support of this claim, they of course, justifiably, point to the successes of that prince of amateurs in this field, Dirac, particularly with the spinor representations of the Lorentz group. As an amateur myself, I strongly believe in the truth of the non-professionalist creed. I think perhaps there is not much one has to learn in the way of methodology from the group theorists except caution. But this does not mean one should not be aware of the riches which have been amassed over the course of years particularly in that most highly developed of all mathematical disciplines - the theory of Lie groups. My lectures then are an amateur's attempt to gather some of the fascinating results for compact simple Lie groups which are likely to be of physical interest. I shall state theorems; and with a physicist's typical unconcern rarely, if ever, shall I prove these. Throughout, the emphasis will be to show the close similarity of these general groups with that most familiar of all groups, the group of rotations in three dimensions.

  5. Leadership in moving human groups.

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    Margarete Boos

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available How is movement of individuals coordinated as a group? This is a fundamental question of social behaviour, encompassing phenomena such as bird flocking, fish schooling, and the innumerable activities in human groups that require people to synchronise their actions. We have developed an experimental paradigm, the HoneyComb computer-based multi-client game, to empirically investigate human movement coordination and leadership. Using economic games as a model, we set monetary incentives to motivate players on a virtual playfield to reach goals via players' movements. We asked whether (I humans coordinate their movements when information is limited to an individual group member's observation of adjacent group member motion, (II whether an informed group minority can lead an uninformed group majority to the minority's goal, and if so, (III how this minority exerts its influence. We showed that in a human group--on the basis of movement alone--a minority can successfully lead a majority. Minorities lead successfully when (a their members choose similar initial steps towards their goal field and (b they are among the first in the whole group to make a move. Using our approach, we empirically demonstrate that the rules of swarming behaviour apply to humans. Even complex human behaviour, such as leadership and directed group movement, follow simple rules that are based on visual perception of local movement.

  6. EDF Group - Annual Report 2013

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    2014-01-01

    The EDF Group is emerging as a global leader in electricity and an industrial benchmark spanning the entire business from generation and networks to sales and marketing. The group is growing stronger and changing. A long-term vision and relentless determination to provide a modern public service underpin its robust business model. This document is EDF Group's annual report for the year 2013. It contains information about Group profile, governance, business, development strategy, sales and marketing, positions in Europe and international activities. The document comprises the Activity Report and the Sustainable Development Indicators

  7. Stick with your group: young children's attitudes about group loyalty.

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    Misch, Antonia; Over, Harriet; Carpenter, Malinda

    2014-10-01

    For adults, loyalty to the group is highly valued, yet little is known about how children evaluate loyalty. We investigated children's attitudes about loyalty in a third-party context. In the first experiment, 4- and 5-year-olds watched a video of two groups competing. Two members of the losing group then spoke. The disloyal individual said she wanted to win and therefore would join the other group. The loyal individual said she also wanted to win but would stay with her group. Children were then asked five forced-choice questions about these two individuals' niceness, trustworthiness, morality, and deservingness of a reward. The 5-year-olds preferred the loyal person across all questions; results for the 4-year-olds were considerably weaker but in the same direction. The second experiment investigated the direction of the effect in 5-year-olds. In this experiment, children answered questions about either a loyal individual, a disloyal individual, or a neutral individual. Children rated both the loyal and neutral individuals more positively than the disloyal individual across a number of measures. Thus, whereas disloyal behavior is evaluated unfavorably by children, loyal behavior is the expected norm. These results suggest that, at least from 5 years of age, children understand that belonging to a group entails certain commitments. This marks an important step in their own ability to negotiate belonging and become trustworthy and reliable members of their social groups. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  8. Perceptual grouping and attention: not all groupings are equal.

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    Kimchi, Ruth; Razpurker-Apfeld, Irene

    2004-08-01

    We examined grouping under inattention using Driver, Davis, Russell, Turatto, & Freeman's (2001) method. On each trial, two successive displays were briefly presented, each comprising a central target square surrounded by elements. The task was to judge whether the two targets were the same or different. The organization of the background elements stayed the same or changed, independently of the targets. In different conditions, background elements grouped into columns/rows by color similarity, a shape (a triangle/arrow, a square/cross, or a vertical/horizontal line) by color similarity, and a shape with no other elements in the background. We measured the influence of the background on the target same-different judgments. The results imply that background elements grouped into columns/rows by color similarity and into a shape when no segregation from other elements was involved and the shape was relatively "good." In contrast, no background grouping was observed when resolving figure-ground relations for segregated units was required, as in grouping into a shape by color similarity. These results suggest that grouping is a multiplicity of processes that vary in their attentional demands. Regardless of attentional demands, the products of grouping are not available to awareness without attention.

  9. 2002 annual report EDF group; 2002 rapport annuel groupe EDF

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    2002-07-01

    This document is the 2002 annual report of Electricite de France (EdF) group, the French electric utility. Content: Introductory section (EDF at a glance, Chairman's message, 2002 Highlights); Corporate governance and Group strategy (Corporate governance, sustainable growth strategy, EDF branches); Financial performance (Reaching critical mass, Margins holding up well, Balance sheet); Human resources (Launching Group-wide synergies, Optimising human resources); Customers (Major customers, SMEs and professional customers, Local authorities, Residential customers, Ensuring quality access to electricity); Generation (A balanced energy mix, Nuclear generation, Fossil-fuelled generation, Renewable energies); Corporate social responsibility (Global and local partnerships, Promoting community development)

  10. Energy Innovation. IVO Group`s Research and Development Report

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    Salminen, P.; Laiho, Y.; Kaikkonen, H.; Leisio, C.; Hinkkanen, S. [eds.

    1996-11-01

    This annual booklet of the IVO Group`s research and development activities presents a number of articles, written by experts from IVO. The products described are examples of the environmentally-oriented selection made available by the IVO Group. In fact, the entire energy technology developed in Finland is environmentally oriented, if seen from the international perspective. The new business potential of environmental technology is great, and it is believed that in the year 2000, exportation of Finnish know-how in the field of energy-saving and efficiency will exceed the value of out energy imports

  11. Energy Innovation. IVO group`s research and development report

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    Salminen, P.; Laiho, Y.; Kaikkonen, H.; Leisio, C.; Hinkkanen, S.; Fletcher, R. [eds.

    1997-11-01

    This annual booklet of the IVO Group`s research and development activities presents a number of articles, written by experts from IVO. The products described are examples of the environmentally-oriented selection made available by the IVO Group. In fact, the entire energy technology developed in Finland is environmentally oriented, if seen from the international perspective. The new business potential of environmental technology is great, and it is believed that in the year 2000, exportation of Finnish know-how in the field of energy-saving and efficiency will exceed the value of out energy imports

  12. 2002 annual report EDF group; 2002 rapport annuel groupe EDF

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    2002-07-01

    This document is the 2002 annual report of Electricite de France (EdF) group, the French electric utility. Content: Introductory section (EDF at a glance, Chairman's message, 2002 Highlights); Corporate governance and Group strategy (Corporate governance, sustainable growth strategy, EDF branches); Financial performance (Reaching critical mass, Margins holding up well, Balance sheet); Human resources (Launching Group-wide synergies, Optimising human resources); Customers (Major customers, SMEs and professional customers, Local authorities, Residential customers, Ensuring quality access to electricity); Generation (A balanced energy mix, Nuclear generation, Fossil-fuelled generation, Renewable energies); Corporate social responsibility (Global and local partnerships, Promoting community development)

  13. Group Work with Transgender Clients

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    Dickey, Lore M.; Loewy, Michael I.

    2010-01-01

    Drawing on the existing literature, the authors' research and clinical experiences, and the first author's personal journey as a member and leader of the transgender community, this article offers a brief history of group work with transgender clients followed by suggestions for group work with transgender clients from a social justice…

  14. Evaluating groups in learning disabilities.

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    Chia, S H

    Groupwork can be effective in meeting a range of needs presented by students with profound learning disabilities. This article describes the process involved in setting up groups for these students, and includes examples of a group session and methods for evaluating groupwork.

  15. Opechowski's theorem and commutator groups

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    Caride, A.O.; Zanette, S.I.

    1985-01-01

    It is shown that the conditions of application of Opechowski's theorem for double groups of subgroups of O(3) are directly associated to the structure of their commutator groups. Some characteristics of the structure of classes are also discussed. (Author) [pt

  16. Group Activities for Math Enthusiasts

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    Holdener, J.; Milnikel, R.

    2016-01-01

    In this article we present three group activities designed for math students: a balloon-twisting workshop, a group proof of the irrationality of p, and a game of Math Bingo. These activities have been particularly successful in building enthusiasm for mathematics and camaraderie among math faculty and students at Kenyon College.

  17. Challenges Facing Group Work Online

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    Chang, Bo; Kang, Haijun

    2016-01-01

    Online group work can be complicated because of its asynchronous characteristics and lack of physical presence, and its requirements for skills in handling technology, human relationships, and content-related tasks. This study focuses on the administrative, logistical and relationship-related challenges in online group work. Challenges in areas…

  18. Factorial representations of path groups

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    Albeverio, S.; Hoegh-Krohn, R.; Testard, D.; Vershik, A.

    1983-11-01

    We give the reduction of the energy representation of the group of mappings from I = [ 0,1 ], S 1 , IRsub(+) or IR into a compact semi simple Lie group G. For G = SU(2) we prove the factoriality of the representation, which is of type III in the case I = IR

  19. Understanding Nomadic Collaborative Learning Groups

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    Ryberg, Thomas; Davidsen, Jacob; Hodgson, Vivien

    2018-01-01

    The paper builds on the work of Rossitto "et al." on collaborative nomadic work to develop three categories of practice of nomadic collaborative learning groups. Our study is based on interviews, workshops and observations of two undergraduate student's group practices engaged in self-organised, long-term collaborations within the frame…

  20. The Globalization of Cooperative Groups.

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    Valdivieso, Manuel; Corn, Benjamin W; Dancey, Janet E; Wickerham, D Lawrence; Horvath, L Elise; Perez, Edith A; Urton, Alison; Cronin, Walter M; Field, Erica; Lackey, Evonne; Blanke, Charles D

    2015-10-01

    The National Cancer Institute (NCI)-supported adult cooperative oncology research groups (now officially Network groups) have a longstanding history of participating in international collaborations throughout the world. Most frequently, the US-based cooperative groups work reciprocally with the Canadian national adult cancer clinical trial group, NCIC CTG (previously the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group). Thus, Canada is the largest contributor to cooperative groups based in the United States, and vice versa. Although international collaborations have many benefits, they are most frequently utilized to enhance patient accrual to large phase III trials originating in the United States or Canada. Within the cooperative group setting, adequate attention has not been given to the study of cancers that are unique to countries outside the United States and Canada, such as those frequently associated with infections in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Global collaborations are limited by a number of barriers, some of which are unique to the countries involved, while others are related to financial support and to US policies that restrict drug distribution outside the United States. This article serves to detail the cooperative group experience in international research and describe how international collaboration in cancer clinical trials is a promising and important area that requires greater consideration in the future. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  1. The Globalization of Cooperative Groups

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    Valdivieso, Manuel; Corn, Benjamin W.; Dancey, Janet E.; Wickerham, D. Lawrence; Horvath, L. Elise; Perez, Edith A.; Urton, Alison; Cronin, Walter M.; Field, Erica; Lackey, Evonne; Blanke, Charles D.

    2015-01-01

    The National Cancer Institute-supported adult cooperative oncology research groups (now officially Network groups) have a long-standing history of participating in international collaborations throughout the world. Most frequently, the U.S. based cooperative groups work reciprocally with the Canadian national adult cancer clinical trial group, NCIC CTG (previously the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group). Thus, Canada is the largest contributor to cooperative groups based in the U.S., and vice versa. Although international collaborations have many benefits, they are most frequently utilized to enhance patient accrual to large phase III trials originating in the U.S. or Canada. Within the cooperative group setting, adequate attention has not been given to the study of cancers that are unique to countries outside the U.S. and Canada, such as those frequently associated with infections in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Global collaborations are limited by a number of barriers, some of which are unique to the countries involved, while others are related to financial support and to U.S. policies that restrict drug distribution outside the U.S. This manuscript serves to detail the cooperative group experience in international research and describe how international collaboration in cancer clinical trials is a promising and important area that requires greater consideration in the future. PMID:26433551

  2. Future of energy managers groups

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    Henshaw, T.

    1979-07-01

    The objectives of the Energy Managers Groups, formed to provide a regular opportunity for industry and commerce to exchange views and experiences on energy conservation matters are discussed. Group procedure, liaison and cooperation, government support, and options for the future are discussed. (MCW)

  3. Group theoretical methods in Physics

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    Olmo, M.A. del; Santander, M.; Mateos Guilarte, J.M.

    1993-01-01

    The meeting had 102 papers. These was distributed in following areas: -Quantum groups,-Integrable systems,-Physical Applications of Group Theory,-Mathematical Results,-Geometry, Topology and Quantum Field Theory,-Super physics,-Super mathematics,-Atomic, Molecular and Condensed Matter Physics. Nuclear and Particle Physics,-Symmetry and Foundations of classical and Quantum mechanics

  4. Measuring group climate in prison

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    Peer van der Helm PhD; P.H. van der Laan; G.J.J.M. Stams

    2011-01-01

    The present study examines the construct validity and reliability of the Prison Group Climate Instrument (PGCI) in a sample of 77 adolescents placed in a Dutch youth prison and 49 adult prisoners living in a Dutch psychiatric prison with a therapeutic living group structure. Confirmatory factor

  5. Factorizable sheaves and quantum groups

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    Bezrukavnikov, Roman; Schechtman, Vadim

    1998-01-01

    The book is devoted to the geometrical construction of the representations of Lusztig's small quantum groups at roots of unity. These representations are realized as some spaces of vanishing cycles of perverse sheaves over configuration spaces. As an application, the bundles of conformal blocks over the moduli spaces of curves are studied. The book is intended for specialists in group representations and algebraic geometry.

  6. Theory of super LIE groups

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    Prakash, M.

    1985-01-01

    The theory of supergravity has attracted increasing attention in the recent years as a unified theory of elementary particle interactions. The superspace formulation of the theory is highly suggestive of an underlying geometrical structure of superspace. It also incorporates the beautifully geometrical general theory of relativity. It leads us to believe that a better understanding of its geometry would result in a better understanding of the theory itself, and furthermore, that the geometry of superspace would also have physical consequences. As a first step towards that goal, we develop here a theory of super Lie groups. These are groups that have the same relation to a super Lie algebra as Lie groups have to a Lie algebra. More precisely, a super Lie group is a super-manifold and a group such that the group operations are super-analytic. The super Lie algebra of a super Lie group is related to the local properties of the group near the identity. This work develops the algebraic and super-analytical tools necessary for our theory, including proofs of a set of existence and uniqueness theorems for a class of super-differential equations

  7. Group Counseling for Navy Children.

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    Mitchum, Nancy Taylor

    1991-01-01

    Conducted six-session group counseling program for Navy children (n=22) enrolled in public schools whose fathers were on deployment. Pretest and posttest scores on the Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory suggest that participation in the group counseling unit positively affected self-esteem of Navy children whose fathers were on deployment. Found…

  8. Theoretical Issues in Clinical Social Group Work.

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    Randall, Elizabeth; Wodarski, John S.

    1989-01-01

    Reviews relevant issues in clinical social group practice including group versus individual treatment, group work advantages, approach rationale, group conditions for change, worker role in group, group composition, group practice technique and method, time as group work dimension, pretherapy training, group therapy precautions, and group work…

  9. Deviance and dissent in groups.

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    Jetten, Jolanda; Hornsey, Matthew J

    2014-01-01

    Traditionally, group research has focused more on the motivations that make people conform than on the motivations and conditions underpinning deviance and dissent. This has led to a literature that focuses on the value that groups place on uniformity and paints a relatively dark picture of dissent and deviance: as reflections of a lack of group loyalty, as signs of disengagement, or as delinquent behavior. An alternative point of view, which has gained momentum in recent years, focuses on deviance and dissent as normal and healthy aspects of group life. In this review, we focus on the motivations that group members have to deviate and dissent, and the functional as well as the dysfunctional effects of deviance and dissent. In doing so we aim for a balanced and complete account of deviance and dissent, highlighting when such behaviors will be encouraged as well as when they will be punished.

  10. Understanding nomadic collaborative learning groups

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    Ryberg, Thomas; Davidsen, Jacob; Hodgson, Vivien

    2018-01-01

    -term collaborations within the frame of Problem and Project Based Learning. By analysing the patterns of nomadic collaborative learning we identify and discuss how the two groups of students incorporate mobile and digital technologies as well as physical and/or non-digital technologies into their group work......The paper builds on the work of Rossitto et al. on collaborative nomadic work to develop three categories of practice of nomadic collaborative learning groups. Our study is based on interviews, workshops and observations of two undergraduate student's group practices engaged in self-organised, long....... Specifically, we identify the following categories of nomadic collaborative learning practices: “orchestration of work phases, spaces and activities,” “the orchestration of multiple technologies” and “orchestration of togetherness.” We found that for both groups of students there was a fluidity, situatedness...

  11. Stereotypes of Norwegian social groups.

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    Bye, Hege H; Herrebrøden, Henrik; Hjetland, Gunnhild J; Røyset, Guro Ø; Westby, Linda L

    2014-10-01

    We present a pilot study and two main studies that address the nature of stereotypes of social groups in Norway within the framework of the Stereotype Content Model (SCM). The first study focused on stereotypes of a wide range of groups across categories such as gender, age, religious conviction, socioeconomic and health status. The second study focused on stereotypes of immigrant groups. Participants (n = 244 and n = 63, respectively) rated the groups on perceived warmth, competence, status, and competition. Results from both studies support the applicability of the SCM in Norway and provides a unique insight into stereotypes of Norwegian social groups. © 2014 The Authors. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology published by Scandinavian Psychological Associations and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  12. Group Music Therapy for Prisoners

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    Chen, Xi Jing; Hannibal, Niels; Xu, Kevin

    2014-01-01

    The prevalence of psychological problems is high in prisons. Many prisoners have unmet needs for appropriate treatments. Although previous studies have suggested music therapy to be a successful treatment modality for prisoners, more rigorous evidence is needed. This parallel randomised controlled...... study aims to investigate the effectiveness of group music therapy to reduce anxiety and depression, and raise self-esteem in prisoners. One hundred and ninety two inmates from a Chinese prison will be allocated to two groups through randomisation. The experimental group will participate in biweekly...... group music therapy for 10 weeks (20 sessions) while the control group will be placed on a waitlist. Anxiety, depression and self-esteem will be measured by self-report scales three times: before, at the middle, and at the end of the intervention. Logs by the participants and their daily routine...

  13. Groups and Geometries : Siena Conference

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    Kantor, William; Lunardon, Guglielmo; Pasini, Antonio; Tamburini, Maria

    1998-01-01

    On September 1-7, 1996 a conference on Groups and Geometries took place in lovely Siena, Italy. It brought together experts and interested mathematicians from numerous countries. The scientific program centered around invited exposi­ tory lectures; there also were shorter research announcements, including talks by younger researchers. The conference concerned a broad range of topics in group theory and geometry, with emphasis on recent results and open problems. Special attention was drawn to the interplay between group-theoretic methods and geometric and combinatorial ones. Expanded versions of many of the talks appear in these Proceedings. This volume is intended to provide a stimulating collection of themes for a broad range of algebraists and geometers. Among those themes, represented within the conference or these Proceedings, are aspects of the following: 1. the classification of finite simple groups, 2. the structure and properties of groups of Lie type over finite and algebraically closed fields of f...

  14. Group as social microcosm: Within-group interpersonal style is congruent with outside group relational tendencies.

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    Goldberg, Simon B; Hoyt, William T

    2015-06-01

    The notion that individuals' interpersonal behaviors in the context of therapy reflects their interpersonal behaviors outside of therapy is a fundamental hypothesis underlying numerous systems of psychotherapy. The social microcosm hypothesis, in particular, claims the interpersonal therapy group becomes a reflection of group members' general tendencies, and can thus be used as information about members' interpersonal functioning as well as an opportunity for learning and behavior change. The current study tested this hypothesis using data drawn from 207 individuals participating in 22 interpersonal process groups. Ratings were made on 2 key interpersonal domains (Dominance and Affiliation) at baseline and at Weeks 2, 5, and 8 of the group. Two-level multilevel models (with participants nested within groups) were used to account for the hierarchical structure, and the social relations model (SRM; Kenny, 1994) was used to estimate peer ratings (target effects in SRM) unconfounded with rater bias. Participants showed consensus at all time points during the interpersonal process groups on one another's levels of dominance and affiliation. In addition, self- and peer ratings were stable across time and correlated with one another. Importantly, self-ratings made prior to group significantly predicted ratings (self- and peer) made within the group, with effect sizes within the medium range. Taken together, these results provide robust support for the social microcosm hypothesis and the conjecture that interpersonal style within-group therapy is reflective of broader interpersonal tendencies. (c) 2015 APA, all rights reserved).

  15. Dealer Group or Financial Planning Group? A Brief Technical Note

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    Lujer Santacruz

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available This technical note examines whether the industry practice of using the term dealer group when referring to afinancial planning group contributes to the general perception that financial advisers are not objective whenmaking financial product recommendations. An experimental design carried out through an online survey isused. This is supplemented by a direct comparison survey on the two terminologies. The results provide acase for the industry to adopt a new terminology.

  16. EDF group - annual report 2003; Groupe EDF - rapport annuel 2003

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    2004-07-01

    This document contains the magazine, the financial statements and the sustainable development report of Electricite de France (EdF) group for 2003: 1 - the magazine (chairman's statement, group profile, vision and strategy); 2 - the consolidated financial statements for the period ended 31 December 2003 (statutory auditors' report on the consolidated financial statements, EDF's summary annual financial statements); 3 - sustainable development report (transparency and dialogue, responsibility, commitment, partnerships for progress). (J.S.)

  17. EDF group - annual report 2003; Groupe EDF - rapport annuel 2003

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    2004-07-01

    This document contains the magazine, the financial statements and the sustainable development report of Electricite de France (EdF) group for 2003: 1 - the magazine (chairman's statement, group profile, vision and strategy); 2 - the consolidated financial statements for the period ended 31 December 2003 (statutory auditors' report on the consolidated financial statements, EDF's summary annual financial statements); 3 - sustainable development report (transparency and dialogue, responsibility, commitment, partnerships for progress). (J.S.)

  18. Group theory approach to scattering

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    Wu, J.

    1985-01-01

    For certain physical systems, there exists a dynamical group which contains the operators connecting states with the same energy but belonging to potentials with different strengths. This group is called the potential group of that system. The SO(2,1) potential groups structure is introduced to describe physical systems with mixed spectra, such as Morse and Poeschl-teller potentials. The discrete spectrum describes bound states and the continuous spectrum describes bound states and the continuous spectrum describes scattering states. A solvable class of one-dimensional potentials given by Natanzon belongs to this structure with an SO(2,2) potential group. The potential group structure provides us with an algebraic procedure generating the recursion relations for the scattering matrix, which can be formulated in a purely algebraic fashion, divorced from any differential realization. This procedure, when applied to the three-dimensional scattering problem with SO(3,1) symmetry, generates the scattering matrix of the Coulomb problem. Preliminary phenomenological models for elastic scattering in a heavy-ion collision are constructed on the basis. The results obtained here can be regarded as an important extension of the group theory techniques to scattering problems similar to that developed for bound state problems

  19. EDF group - Reference Document 2005

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    2006-01-01

    The EDF Group is an integrated energy supplier operating in a wide range of electricity-related businesses: generation, transmission, distribution, sale and trading of energy. It is the main operator in the French electricity market and one of the leading electricity groups in Europe. With an installed capacity of 130.8 GW (123.9 GW in Europe), it contributes to the supply of energy and services to more than 40 million customers throughout the world (with approximately 36.7 million customers in Europe, more than 28 million of whom are in France). The EDF Group has built a business model balanced between deregulated and regulated operations in France and an international presence. In 2005, the Group recorded consolidated sales of euros 51,051 million, net income (Group share) of euros 3,242 million, and it achieved earnings before interests, taxes, depreciation and amortization of euros 13,010 million. This document is EDF Group's Reference Document for the year 2005. It contains information about: the Group activities, risk factors, Business Overview, Organizational Structure, Property, Plants and Equipment, Operating and Financial Review, Capital Resources, Research and Development, Patents and Licences, Trend Information, Financial Prospects, Administrative, Management, and Supervisory Bodies and Senior Management, Remuneration and Benefits, Board Practices, Employees/Human Resources, Major Shareholders, Related Party Transactions, Financial Information Concerning the Company's Assets and Liabilities, Financial Position and Profits and Losses, Material Contracts, Information on Holdings etc

  20. EDF group - Reference Document 2004

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    2005-01-01

    The EDF Group is an integrated energy supplier operating in a wide range of electricity-related businesses: generation, transmission, distribution, sale and trading of energy. It is the main operator in the French electricity market and one of the leading electricity groups in Europe. With an installed capacity of 125,4 GW, it contributes to the supply of energy and services to more than 42 million customers throughout the world (with approximately 36 million customers in Europe, more than 28 million of whom are in France). The EDF Group has built a business model balanced between deregulated and regulated operations in France and an international presence. In 2004, the Group recorded consolidated sales of euros 46,928 million, net income (Group share) of euros 1,341 million, and it achieved earnings before interests, taxes, depreciation and amortization of euros 12,127 million. This document is EDF Group's Reference Document for the year 2004. It contains information about: the Group activities, capital, relations with Gaz de France utility, strategy, industrial environment, history, activity in France, international activity, transverse activities and functions, disputes, arbitration and risk factors, Property, Plants and Equipment, Operating and Financial Review, Administrative, Management, and Supervisory Bodies and Senior Management, Remuneration and Benefits, recent trends and perspectives

  1. Action of Mercaptan and Disulfide in Hydrogen Atom Exchange Reactions; Action des Thioalcools et des Disulfures dans les Reactions d'Echange d'Atomes d'Hydrogene; Vozdejstvie merkaptanov i disul'fidov v reaktsiyakh obmena atoma vodoroda; Accion de los Mercaptanos y Disulfuros en las Reacciones de Intercambio del Hidrogeno Atomico

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    Cohen, S. G. [Brandeis University Waltham, MA (United States)

    1965-10-15

    'alcool optiquement actif et dans l'echange de deuterium, pendant l'inhibition. On constate une inhibition analogue lorsqu'un seul radical intermediaire se forme comme dans les systemes benzophenone-benzhydrol et acetophenone-alcool {alpha}-methylbenzyliquee. On constate une inhibition due aux composes soufres, par le meme mecanisme, dans la transformation de la benzophenone en benzopinacole, induite par les rayons gamma de {sup 60}Co; le naphtalene n'a aucun effet de protection sur la benzophenone dans ce systeme, alors qu'il arrete brusquement la reaction photochimique. La protection de solutes contre les effets des rayonnements au moyen de composes soufres resulte donc de reactions de transfert d'atomes d'hydrogene. La photoreduction de la benzophenone dans un ether est aussi inhibee par des reactions de transfert d'atomes d'hydrogene. Dans ce systeme (et non dans les systemes cetone-alcool), il existe un mecanisme par lequel les composes soufres peuvent etre consommes d'une maniere irreversible, ce qui entraftie une periode d'induction et non de retardement permanent, les effets d'environ 15 quanta etant annules par chaque molecule de compose soufre. (author) [Spanish] Es posible catalizar inhibir las reacciones inducidas por radicales libres, por accion fotoquimica y por radiaciones de alta energia aprovechando los rapidos intercambios de atomos de hidrogeno en mercaptanos y disulfuros. Los mercaptanos catalizan la descarbonilacion de aldehidos inducida por radicales, iniciada por la luz y sensibilizada por la benzofenona. La reaccion en cadena de transferencia de atomos de hidrogeno, R' + RCH = O -> RH + RC = O , se acelera mediante una secuencia similar de transferencias de atomos de hidrogeno donde interviene el compuesto sulfurado: R' + C{sub 6}H{sub 5}CH{sub 2}SH -> RH + C{sub 6}H{sub 5}CH{sub 2}S'; C{sub 6}H{sub 5}CH{sub 2}S + RCH = 0 -> C{sub 6}H{sub 5}CH{sub 2}SH + RC = 0. La fotorreduccion de la benzofenona a 2-propanol conduce al benzopinacol en virtud de una reaccion

  2. EDF group - Reference Document 2006

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    2007-01-01

    The EDF Group is an integrated energy supplier operating in a wide range of electricity-related businesses: generation, transmission, distribution, sale and trading of energy. It is the main operator in the French electricity market and holds strong positions in the other three principal European markets (Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy) making it one of the leading electricity groups in Europe, and a recognized actor in the gas market. With an installed capacity of 123.7 GW in Europe (128.2 GW worldwide) it holds, among the major European energy specialists, the largest production fleet and the one emitting the least CO 2 , owing to the share of nuclear technology and hydropower in its generation mix. The EDF group supplies electricity, gas and associated services to more than 37.8 million customers throughout the world and in Europe (more than 28 million of whom are in France). The EDF Group has built a business model balanced between France and the international markets, and between deregulated and regulated operations. In 2006, the Group recorded consolidated sales of euros 58,932 million, net income (Group share) of euros 5,605 million, and it achieved earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization of euros 13,930 million. From July 1, 2007, the EDF group will carry out its trading activities in a European energy market fully open to competition. This document is EDF Group's Reference Document for the year 2006. It contains information about: the Group activities, risk factors, Business overview, Organizational structure, Property, plants and equipment, Operating and financial review, Capital resources and cash flows, Research and Development, Patents and Licenses, Trend information, Financial forecasts or estimates, Administrative, management and supervisory bodies and senior management, Remuneration and benefits, Board practices, Employees/Human resources, Major shareholders, Related party transactions, Financial information

  3. Group theory and its applications

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    Loebl, Ernest M

    1975-01-01

    Group Theory and its Applications, Volume III covers the two broad areas of applications of group theory, namely, all atomic and molecular phenomena, as well as all aspects of nuclear structure and elementary particle theory.This volume contains five chapters and begins with an introduction to Wedderburn's theory to establish the structure of semisimple algebras, algebras of quantum mechanical interest, and group algebras. The succeeding chapter deals with Dynkin's theory for the embedding of semisimple complex Lie algebras in semisimple complex Lie algebras. These topics are followed by a rev

  4. Group B streptococcal metastatic endophthalmitis.

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    Nagelberg, H P; Petashnick, D E; To, K W; Woodcome, H A

    1994-04-15

    Reports of invasive Group B Streptococcus infection in adults with underlying medical conditions have been increasing. Ocular infection with this organism is unusual. Metastatic endophthalmitis in adults caused by this organism has been reported rarely and has only been associated with endocarditis. We encountered two cases of Group B streptococcal metastatic endophthalmitis in adults who did not have endocarditis. These cases reflect the increasing incidence of invasive Group B Streptococcus infection with its varying manifestations. Additionally, they emphasize the importance of considering this pathogen as a cause of metastatic endophthalmitis in adults with predisposing illnesses.

  5. Renormalization group in modern physics

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    Shirkov, D.V.

    1988-01-01

    Renormalization groups used in diverse fields of theoretical physics are considered. The discussion is based upon functional formulation of group transformations. This attitude enables development of a general method by using the notion of functional self-similarity which generalizes the usual self-similarity connected with power similarity laws. From this point of view the authors present a simple derivation of the renorm-group (RG) in QFT liberated from ultra-violet divergences philosophy, discuss the RG approach in other fields of physics and compare different RG's

  6. Geometry, rigidity, and group actions

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    Farb, Benson; Zimmer, Robert J

    2011-01-01

    The study of group actions is more than a hundred years old but remains to this day a vibrant and widely studied topic in a variety of mathematic fields. A central development in the last fifty years is the phenomenon of rigidity, whereby one can classify actions of certain groups, such as lattices in semi-simple Lie groups. This provides a way to classify all possible symmetries of important spaces and all spaces admitting given symmetries. Paradigmatic results can be found in the seminal work of George Mostow, Gergory Margulis, and Robert J. Zimmer, among others.The p

  7. 2002 annual report EDF group

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    2002-01-01

    This document is the 2002 annual report of Electricite de France (EdF) group, the French electric utility. Content: Introductory section (EDF at a glance, Chairman's message, 2002 Highlights); Corporate governance and Group strategy (Corporate governance, sustainable growth strategy, EDF branches); Financial performance (Reaching critical mass, Margins holding up well, Balance sheet); Human resources (Launching Group-wide synergies, Optimising human resources); Customers (Major customers, SMEs and professional customers, Local authorities, Residential customers, Ensuring quality access to electricity); Generation (A balanced energy mix, Nuclear generation, Fossil-fuelled generation, Renewable energies); Corporate social responsibility (Global and local partnerships, Promoting community development)

  8. Derived equivalences for group rings

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    König, Steffen

    1998-01-01

    A self-contained introduction is given to J. Rickard's Morita theory for derived module categories and its recent applications in representation theory of finite groups. In particular, Broué's conjecture is discussed, giving a structural explanation for relations between the p-modular character table of a finite group and that of its "p-local structure". The book is addressed to researchers or graduate students and can serve as material for a seminar. It surveys the current state of the field, and it also provides a "user's guide" to derived equivalences and tilting complexes. Results and proofs are presented in the generality needed for group theoretic applications.

  9. The Cogema group in Japan

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    1998-12-01

    The partnership between the Cogema group and Japan in the domain of fuel cycle started about 20 years ago and the 10 Japanese nuclear operators are all clients of the Cogema group. The 1997 turnover realized with Japan reached 3.6 billions of francs (11% of the total turnover of the group). This short paper presents briefly the nuclear program of Japan (nuclear park, spent fuels reprocessing-recycling strategy) and the contracts between Cogema and the Japanese nuclear operators (natural uranium, uranium conversion and enrichment, spent fuel reprocessing, plutonium recycle and MOX fuel production markets). (J.S.)

  10. The Group Treatment of Bulimia.

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    Weinstein, Harvey M.; Richman, Ann

    1984-01-01

    Bulimia has become an increasing problem in the college population. This article describes a group psychotherapeutic treatment approach to the problem. A theoretical formulation of the psychodynamics that may underlie the development of bulimia is offered. (Author/DF)

  11. Metabolomics and Epidemiology Working Group

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    The Metabolomics and Epidemiology (MetEpi) Working Group promotes metabolomics analyses in population-based studies, as well as advancement in the field of metabolomics for broader biomedical and public health research.

  12. The theory of nilpotent groups

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    Clement, Anthony E; Zyman, Marcos

    2017-01-01

    This monograph presents both classical and recent results in the theory of nilpotent groups and provides a self-contained, comprehensive reference on the topic.  While the theorems and proofs included can be found throughout the existing literature, this is the first book to collect them in a single volume.  Details omitted from the original sources, along with additional computations and explanations, have been added to foster a stronger understanding of the theory of nilpotent groups and the techniques commonly used to study them.  Topics discussed include collection processes, normal forms and embeddings, isolators, extraction of roots, P-localization, dimension subgroups and Lie algebras, decision problems, and nilpotent groups of automorphisms.  Requiring only a strong undergraduate or beginning graduate background in algebra, graduate students and researchers in mathematics will find The Theory of Nilpotent Groups to be a valuable resource.

  13. Finite flavour groups of fermions

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    Grimus, Walter; Ludl, Patrick Otto

    2012-01-01

    We present an overview of the theory of finite groups, with regard to their application as flavour symmetries in particle physics. In a general part, we discuss useful theorems concerning group structure, conjugacy classes, representations and character tables. In a specialized part, we attempt to give a fairly comprehensive review of finite subgroups of SO(3) and SU(3), in which we apply and illustrate the general theory. Moreover, we also provide a concise description of the symmetric and alternating groups and comment on the relationship between finite subgroups of U(3) and finite subgroups of SU(3). Although in this review we give a detailed description of a wide range of finite groups, the main focus is on the methods which allow the exploration of their different aspects. (topical review)

  14. On characters of finite groups

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    Broué, Michel

    2017-01-01

    This book explores the classical and beautiful character theory of finite groups. It does it by using some rudiments of the language of categories. Originally emerging from two courses offered at Peking University (PKU), primarily for third-year students, it is now better suited for graduate courses, and provides broader coverage than books that focus almost exclusively on groups. The book presents the basic tools, notions and theorems of character theory (including a new treatment of the control of fusion and isometries), and introduces readers to the categorical language at several levels. It includes and proves the major results on characteristic zero representations without any assumptions about the base field. The book includes a dedicated chapter on graded representations and applications of polynomial invariants of finite groups, and its closing chapter addresses the more recent notion of the Drinfeld double of a finite group and the corresponding representation of GL_2(Z).

  15. Working group report: Quantum chromodynamics

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    3NIKHEF Theory Group, Kruislaan 409, 1098 SJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 4Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Chhatnag Road, Jhusi, Allahabad 211 ... tant to extend the resummation framework to polarised process to look at polarised.

  16. Group Work with Juvenile Delinquents.

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    Zimpfer, David G.

    1992-01-01

    Reviews group work literature on juvenile delinquents. Presents overview of interventions, including positive peer culture, cognitive-behavioral treatment, psychoeducational treatment, treatment of learned behavior, action-oriented treatment, milieu therapy, parental involvement, assertiveness training, and music therapy. Discusses outcome…

  17. Remainder Wheels and Group Theory

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    Brenton, Lawrence

    2008-01-01

    Why should prospective elementary and high school teachers study group theory in college? This paper examines applications of abstract algebra to the familiar algorithm for converting fractions to repeating decimals, revealing ideas of surprising substance beneath an innocent facade.

  18. Group Empowerment in Nursing Education.

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    Friend, Mary Louanne

    2015-12-01

    Nursing education is experiencing rapid changes, as nurses are expected to transform and lead health care delivery within the United States. The ability to produce exceptional graduates requires faculty who are empowered to achieve goals. The Sieloff-King Assessment of Group Empowerment Within Organizations (SKAGEO) was adapted and administered online to a stratified sample of administrators and faculty in American Association of Colleges of Nursing-member schools. Participants' scores were within high ranges in both empowerment capacity and capability; however, administrator group scores were higher. Data analyses indicated that administrator leadership competencies were associated with group empowerment. This study suggests that empowered faculty and administrator groups anticipate changing health care trends and effect student outcomes and competencies by their interventions. Also, it can be inferred that as a result of administrators' competencies, participants teach in empowered work environments where they can model ideal behaviors. Copyright 2015, SLACK Incorporated.

  19. Genodermatoses in paediatric age group

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    Kumar Sunil

    1996-01-01

    Full Text Available Pattern of genodermatoses in paediatric age group was studied. The relative incidence of genodermatoses in paediatric dermatology out patient department was 0.62%. The commonest genodermatoses observed was ichthyosis.

  20. Linear algebra and group theory

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    Smirnov, VI

    2011-01-01

    This accessible text by a Soviet mathematician features material not otherwise available to English-language readers. Its three-part treatment covers determinants and systems of equations, matrix theory, and group theory. 1961 edition.

  1. Report of Industry Panel Group

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    Gallimore, Simon; Gier, Jochen; Heitland, Greg; Povinelli, Louis; Sharma, Om; VandeWall, Allen

    2006-01-01

    A final report is presented from the industry panel group. The contents include: 1) General comments; 2) Positive progress since Minnowbrook IV; 3) Industry panel outcome; 4) Prioritized turbine projects; 5) Prioritized compressor projects; and 6) Miscellaneous.

  2. Medicaid Enrollment - New Adult Group

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — Total Medicaid Enrollees - VIII Group Break Out Report Reported on the CMS-64 The enrollment information is a state-reported count of unduplicated individuals...

  3. Climate change and group dynamics

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    Postmes, Tom

    2015-01-01

    The characteristics and views of people sceptical about climate change have been analysed extensively. A study now confirms that sceptics in the US have some characteristics of a social movement, but shows that the same group dynamics propel believers

  4. Essays in the history of Lie groups and algebraic groups

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    Borel, Armand

    2001-01-01

    Lie groups and algebraic groups are important in many major areas of mathematics and mathematical physics. We find them in diverse roles, notably as groups of automorphisms of geometric structures, as symmetries of differential systems, or as basic tools in the theory of automorphic forms. The author looks at their development, highlighting the evolution from the almost purely local theory at the start to the global theory that we know today. Starting from Lie's theory of local analytic transformation groups and early work on Lie algebras, he follows the process of globalization in its two main frameworks: differential geometry and topology on one hand, algebraic geometry on the other. Chapters II to IV are devoted to the former, Chapters V to VIII, to the latter. The essays in the first part of the book survey various proofs of the full reducibility of linear representations of \\mathbf{SL}_2{(\\mathbb{C})}, the contributions of H. Weyl to representations and invariant theory for semisimple Lie groups, and con...

  5. A Renormalisation Group Method. V. A Single Renormalisation Group Step

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    Brydges, David C.; Slade, Gordon

    2015-05-01

    This paper is the fifth in a series devoted to the development of a rigorous renormalisation group method applicable to lattice field theories containing boson and/or fermion fields, and comprises the core of the method. In the renormalisation group method, increasingly large scales are studied in a progressive manner, with an interaction parametrised by a field polynomial which evolves with the scale under the renormalisation group map. In our context, the progressive analysis is performed via a finite-range covariance decomposition. Perturbative calculations are used to track the flow of the coupling constants of the evolving polynomial, but on their own perturbative calculations are insufficient to control error terms and to obtain mathematically rigorous results. In this paper, we define an additional non-perturbative coordinate, which together with the flow of coupling constants defines the complete evolution of the renormalisation group map. We specify conditions under which the non-perturbative coordinate is contractive under a single renormalisation group step. Our framework is essentially combinatorial, but its implementation relies on analytic results developed earlier in the series of papers. The results of this paper are applied elsewhere to analyse the critical behaviour of the 4-dimensional continuous-time weakly self-avoiding walk and of the 4-dimensional -component model. In particular, the existence of a logarithmic correction to mean-field scaling for the susceptibility can be proved for both models, together with other facts about critical exponents and critical behaviour.

  6. LLNL Chemical Kinetics Modeling Group

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    Pitz, W J; Westbrook, C K; Mehl, M; Herbinet, O; Curran, H J; Silke, E J

    2008-09-24

    The LLNL chemical kinetics modeling group has been responsible for much progress in the development of chemical kinetic models for practical fuels. The group began its work in the early 1970s, developing chemical kinetic models for methane, ethane, ethanol and halogenated inhibitors. Most recently, it has been developing chemical kinetic models for large n-alkanes, cycloalkanes, hexenes, and large methyl esters. These component models are needed to represent gasoline, diesel, jet, and oil-sand-derived fuels.

  7. EDF group - annual report 2003

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    2004-01-01

    This document contains the magazine, the financial statements and the sustainable development report of Electricite de France (EdF) group for 2003: 1 - the magazine (chairman's statement, group profile, vision and strategy); 2 - the consolidated financial statements for the period ended 31 December 2003 (statutory auditors' report on the consolidated financial statements, EDF's summary annual financial statements); 3 - sustainable development report (transparency and dialogue, responsibility, commitment, partnerships for progress). (J.S.)

  8. CEC natural analogue working group

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    Come, B.; Chapman, N.A.

    1986-01-01

    The second meeting of the CEC Natural Analogue Working Group took place on June 17-19, 1986, hosted by the Swiss NAGRA in Interlaken (CH). A review of recent progress in natural analogue programmes was carried out, and complemented by detailed discussions about geomicrobiology, archaeological analogues, natural colloids, and use of analogues to increase confidence in safety assessments for radioactive waste disposal. A statement drafted by the Group, and the presentations made, are put together in this report

  9. Molecular invariants: atomic group valence

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    Mundim, K.C.; Giambiagi, M.; Giambiagi, M.S. de.

    1988-01-01

    Molecular invariants may be deduced in a very compact way through Grassman algebra. In this work, a generalized valence is defined for an atomic group; it reduces to the Known expressions for the case of an atom in a molecule. It is the same of the correlations between the fluctions of the atomic charges qc and qd (C belongs to the group and D does not) around their average values. Numerical results agree with chemical expectation. (author) [pt

  10. Direct Bandgap Group IV Materials

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    2016-01-21

    AFRL-AFOSR-JP-TR-2017-0049 Direct Bandgap group IV Materials Hung Hsiang Cheng NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY Final Report 01/21/2016 DISTRIBUTION A...NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY 1 ROOSEVELT RD. SEC. 4 TAIPEI CITY, 10617 TW 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER 9. SPONSORING...14. ABSTRACT Direct bandgap group IV materials have been long sought for in both academia and industry for the implementation of photonic devices

  11. Fifteenth LAMPF users group meeting

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    Cochran, D.R.F.

    1982-03-01

    The Fifteenth LAMPF Users Group Meeting was held November 2-3, 1981 at the Clinton P. Anderson Meson Physical Facility. The program of papers scheduled to be presented was amended to include a Report from Washington by Clarence R. Richardson, US Department of Energy. The general meeting ended with a round-table working group discussion concerning the Planning for a Kaon Factory. Individual items from the meeting were prepared separately for the data base

  12. EDF Group - Annual Report 2012

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    2013-01-01

    The EDF Group is one of the world's leading energy companies, active in all areas from generation to trading and network management. It has a sound business model, evenly balanced between regulated and deregulated activities. With its first-rate human resources, R and D capability, expertise in engineering and operating generation plants and networks, as well as its energy eco-efficiency offers, the Group delivers competitive solutions that help ensure sustainable economic development and climate protection. The EDF Group is the leader in the French and UK electricity markets and has solid positions in Italy and numerous other European countries, as well as industrial operations in Asia and the United States. Everywhere it operates, the Group is a model of quality public service for the energy sector. This document is EDF Group's annual report for the year 2012. It contains information about Group profile, governance, business, development strategy, sales and marketing, positions in Europe and international activities. The document is made of several reports: the Activity and Sustainable Development Report, the Financial Report, the 'EDF at a glance' report, and the Sustainable Development Indicators

  13. EDF Group - Annual Report 2009

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    2010-01-01

    The EDF Group is a leading player in the energy industry, active in all areas of the electricity value chain, from generation to trading and network management, with expanding operations in the natural gas chain. It has a sound business model, evenly balanced between regulated and deregulated activities. The EDF Group is the leader in the French and British electricity markets and has solid positions in Germany and Italy and numerous other European countries, as well as industrial operations in Asia and the United States. Everywhere it operates, the EDF Group is a model of quality public service for the energy sector. With fi rst-rate human resources, R and D capability and generation expertise in nuclear, fossil-fired and renewable energies, particularly hydro, together with energy eco-efficiency offers, the EDF Group delivers competitive solutions that help ensure sustainable economic development and climate protection. This document is EDF Group's annual report for the year 2009. It contains information about Group profile, governance, business, development strategy, sales and marketing, positions in Europe and international activities. The document is made of several reports: the Activity and Sustainable Development Report, the Financial Report, the Management Report, the Report by the Chairman of EDF Board of Directors on corporate governance and internal control procedures, the Milestones report, the 'EDF at a glance' report, and the Sustainable Development Indicators

  14. Vaccination against group B streptococcus.

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    Heath, Paul T; Feldman, Robert G

    2005-04-01

    Streptococcus agalactiae (Group B streptococcus) is an important cause of disease in infants, pregnant women, the elderly and in immunosuppressed adults. An effective vaccine is likely to prevent the majority of infant disease (both early and late onset), as well as Group B streptococcus-related stillbirths and prematurity, to avoid the current real and theoretical limitations of intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis, and to be cost effective. The optimal time to administer such a vaccine would be in the third trimester of pregnancy. The main limitations on the production of a Group B streptococcus vaccine are not technical or scientific, but regulatory and legal. A number of candidates including capsular conjugate vaccines using traditional carrier proteins such as tetanus toxoid and mutant diphtheria toxin CRM197, as well as Group B streptococcus-specific proteins such as C5a peptidase, protein vaccines using one or more Group B streptococcus surface proteins and mucosal vaccines, have the potential to be successful vaccines. The capsular conjugate vaccines using tetanus and CRM197 carrier proteins are the most advanced candidates, having already completed Phase II human studies including use in the target population of pregnant women (tetanus toxoid conjugate), however, no definitive protein conjugates have yet been trialed. However, unless the regulatory environment is changed specifically to allow the development of a Group B streptococcus vaccine, it is unlikely that one will ever reach the market.

  15. EDF Group - Annual Report 2010

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    2011-01-01

    The EDF Group is one of the world's leading energy companies, active in all areas from generation to trading and network management. It has a sound business model, evenly balanced between regulated and deregulated activities. With its first-rate human resources, R and D capability, expertise in engineering and operating generation plants and networks, as well as its energy eco-efficiency offers, the Group delivers competitive solutions that help ensure sustainable economic development and climate protection. The EDF Group is the leader in the French and UK electricity markets and has solid positions in Italy and numerous other European countries, as well as industrial operations in Asia and the United States. Everywhere it operates, the Group is a model of quality public service for the energy sector. This document is EDF Group's annual report for the year 2010. It contains information about Group profile, governance, business, development strategy, sales and marketing, positions in Europe and international activities. The document is made of several reports: the Activity and Sustainable Development Report, the Financial Report, the Management Report, the Report by the Chairman of EDF Board of Directors on corporate governance and internal control procedures, the Milestones report, the 'EDF at a glance' report, and the Sustainable Development Indicators

  16. Applications of blood group genotyping

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    Mariza A. Mota

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: The determination of blood group polymorphism atthe genomic level facilitates the resolution of clinical problemsthat cannot be addressed by hemagglutination. They are useful to(a determine antigen types for which currently available antibodiesare weakly reactive; (b type patients who have been recentlytransfused; (c identify fetuses at risk for hemolytic disease of thenewborn; and (d to increase the reliability of repositories of antigennegative RBCs for transfusion. Objectives: This review assessedthe current applications of blood group genotyping in transfusionmedicine and hemolytic disease of the newborn. Search strategy:Blood group genotyping studies and reviews were searched ingeneral database (MEDLINE and references were reviewed.Selection criteria: All published data and reviews were eligible forinclusion provided they reported results for molecular basis ofblood group antigens, DNA analysis for blood group polymorphisms,determination of fetal group status and applications of blood groupgenotyping in blood transfusion. Data collection: All data werecollected based on studies and reviews of blood grouppolymorphisms and their clinical applications.

  17. Dynamics of small groups of galaxies. I. Virialized groups

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    Mamon, G.A.; New York Univ., NY)

    1987-01-01

    The dynamical evolution of small groups of galaxies from an initial virial equilibrium state is investigated by means of numerical simulations. The basic scheme is a gravitational N-body code in which galaxies and diffuse background are treated as single particles with both external parameters and internal structure; collisional and tidal stripping, dynamical friction, mergers, and orbital braking are taken into account. The results are presented in extensive tables and graphs and characterized in detail. Eight-galaxy groups with surface densities like those of compact groups (as defined by Hickson, 1982) are found to be unstable to rapid mergers after 1/30 to 1/8 Hubble time. The effects of dark-matter distribution (in galactic halos or in a common intergalactic background) are considered. 79 references

  18. Group Milieu in systemic and psychodynamic group therapy

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    Lau, Marianne Engelbrecht

    Objectives: A recent meta-analysis also concluded that psychotherapeutic approaches are beneficial for adult with a history of CSA and maintained for at least six months follow-up. The results suggest that different characteristics of therapy moderate the therapeutic outcome. We found in a random......Objectives: A recent meta-analysis also concluded that psychotherapeutic approaches are beneficial for adult with a history of CSA and maintained for at least six months follow-up. The results suggest that different characteristics of therapy moderate the therapeutic outcome. We found....... Methods: This randomized prospective study included 106 women: 52 assigned to psychodynamic group psychotherapy and 54 assigned to systemic group psychotherapy. The Group Environment Scale (GES) was filled in the mid phase of therapy and analysed in three dimensions and 10 subscales. Results: The systemic...... subscales: Cohesion (pLeader support (p=0.001), Expressiveness (p

  19. S3T working group. Report 1: group aims

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    Pouey, M.

    1983-04-01

    The work group S3T which is aimed to designing and developing devices using unconventional holographic optics is presented. These devices find applications that are classified here in four items high resolution spectrometers, high definition imaging, high flux devices, metrology and interferometry. The problems to solve and the aims of the group in each of these cases are presented. Three synthesis of lectures are in this report. The main one concerns stigmatism conditions of concave holographic gratings used in normal incidence. This new process of focusing is very interesting for hot plasma diagnostics [fr

  20. Pride, Shame and Group Identification

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    Alessandro eSalice

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Self-conscious emotions such as shame and pride are emotions that typically focus on the self of the person who feels them. In other words, the intentional object of these emotions is assumed to be the subject that experiences them. Many reasons speak in its favor and yet this account seems to leave a question open: how to cash out those cases in which one genuinely feels ashamed or proud of what someone else does?This paper contends that such cases do not necessarily challenge the idea that shame and pride are about the emoting subject. Rather, we claim that some of the most paradigmatic scenarios of shame and pride induced by others can be accommodated by taking seriously the consideration that, in such cases, the subject group-identifies with the other. This is the idea that, in feeling these forms of shame or pride, the subject is conceiving of herself as a member of the same group as the subject acting shamefully or in an admirable way. In other words, these peculiar emotive responses are elicited in the subject insofar as, and to the extent that, she is (or sees herself as being a member of a group – the group to which those who act shamefully or admirably also belong.By looking into the way in which the notion of group identification can allow for an account of hetero-induced shame and pride, this paper attempts to achieve a sort of mutual enlightenment that brings to light not only an important and generally neglected form of self-conscious emotions, but also relevant features of group identification. In particular, it generates evidence for the idea that group identification is a psychological process that the subject does not have to carry out intentionally in the sense that it is not necessarily triggered by the subject’s conative states like desires or intentions.