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  1. LAND/R3B DAQ developments

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    Toernqvist, Hans; Aumann, Thomas; Loeher, Bastian [Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany); Simon, Haik [GSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Darmstadt (Germany); Johansson, Haakan [Chalmers Institute of Technology, Goeteborg (Sweden); Collaboration: R3B-Collaboration


    Existing experimental setups aim to exploit most of the improved capabilities and specifications of the upcoming FAIR facility at GSI. Their DAQ designs will require some re-evaluation and upgrades. This presentation summarizes the R3B experimental campaigns in 2014, where the R3B DAQ was subject to testing of several new features that will aid researchers in using larger and more complicated experimental setups in the future. It also acted as part of a small testing ground for the NUSTAR DAQ infrastructure. In order to allow to extract correlations between several experimental sites, new suggested triggering and timestamping implementations were tested over significant distances. Also, with growing experimental complexity comes a greater risk of problems that may be difficult to characterize and solve. To this end, essential remote monitoring and debugging tools have been used successfully.

  2. 13,14B(n, γ) via Coulomb Dissociation for Nucleosynthesis towards the r-Process

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    Altstadt, S.G.; Adachi, T.; Aksyutina, Y.; Alcantara, J.; Alvarez-Pol, H.; Ashwood, N.; Atar, L.; Aumann, T.; Avdeichikov, V.; Barr, M.; Beceiro, S.; Bemmerer, D.


    Radioactive beams of 14,15 B produced by fragmentation of a primary 40 Ar beam were directed onto a Pb target to investigate the neutron breakup within the Coulomb field. The experiment was performed at the LAND/R 3 B setup. Preliminary results for the Coulomb dissociation cross sections as well as for the astrophysically interesting inverse reactions, 13,14 B(n,γ), are presented

  3. La realidad al cuadrado : Representaciones sobre lo político en el humor gráfico del diario Clarín (1973-1983)


    Levín, Florencia Paula


    En esta investigación se intenta bordear a partir del análisis sistemático de las representaciones sobre lo político construidas por el humor gráfico del diario Clarín, que por entonces ya era el matutino de mayor tirada a nivel nacional. Dado el amplio margen de inespecificidad y ambigüedad del término, es importante aclarar que cuando me refiero al "humor gráfico" del diario Clarín estoy aludiendo conjuntamente a los "cartoon" de Landrú publ...

  4. Using graph approach for managing connectivity in integrative landscape modelling (United States)

    Rabotin, Michael; Fabre, Jean-Christophe; Libres, Aline; Lagacherie, Philippe; Crevoisier, David; Moussa, Roger


    In cultivated landscapes, a lot of landscape elements such as field boundaries, ditches or banks strongly impact water flows, mass and energy fluxes. At the watershed scale, these impacts are strongly conditionned by the connectivity of these landscape elements. An accurate representation of these elements and of their complex spatial arrangements is therefore of great importance for modelling and predicting these impacts.We developped in the framework of the OpenFLUID platform (Software Environment for Modelling Fluxes in Landscapes) a digital landscape representation that takes into account the spatial variabilities and connectivities of diverse landscape elements through the application of the graph theory concepts. The proposed landscape representation consider spatial units connected together to represent the flux exchanges or any other information exchanges. Each spatial unit of the landscape is represented as a node of a graph and relations between units as graph connections. The connections are of two types - parent-child connection and up/downstream connection - which allows OpenFLUID to handle hierarchical graphs. Connections can also carry informations and graph evolution during simulation is possible (connections or elements modifications). This graph approach allows a better genericity on landscape representation, a management of complex connections and facilitate development of new landscape representation algorithms. Graph management is fully operational in OpenFLUID for developers or modelers ; and several graph tools are available such as graph traversal algorithms or graph displays. Graph representation can be managed i) manually by the user (for example in simple catchments) through XML-based files in easily editable and readable format or ii) by using methods of the OpenFLUID-landr library which is an OpenFLUID library relying on common open-source spatial libraries (ogr vector, geos topologic vector and gdal raster libraries). OpenFLUID-landr

  5. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on selective and sustained attention in 5-year-old children

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    Underbjerg, Mette; Kesmodel, Ulrik S.; Landrø, Nils Inge


    Please cite this paper as: Underbjerg M, Kesmodel U, Landrø N, Bakketeig L, Grove J, Wimberley T, Kilburn T, Svaerke C, Thorsen P, Mortensen E. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on selective and sustained attention in 5-year-old children. BJOG...... 2012;119:1211-1221. Objective  The aim was to examine the effects of low to moderate maternal alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on children's attention at 5 years of age. Design  Prospective follow-up study. Setting  Neuropsychological testing in four Danish cities 2003......-2008. Population  A cohort of 1628 women and their children sampled from the Danish National Birth Cohort. Methods  Participants were sampled based on maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy. At 5 years of age, the children were tested with the recently developed Test of Everyday Attention for Children...

  6. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on executive function in 5-year-old children

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    Skogerbø, A; Kesmodel, Ulrik S.; Wimberley, Theresa


    Please cite this paper as: SkogerbøÅ, Kesmodel U, Wimberley T, Støvring H, Bertrand J, Landrø N, Mortensen E. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on executive function in 5-year-old children. BJOG 2012;119:1201-1210. Objective  To examine...... the effects of low to moderate maternal alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on children's executive functions at the age of 5 years. Design  Follow-up study. Setting  Neuropsychological testing in four Danish cities 2003-2008. Population  A cohort of 1628 women and their children sampled...... from the Danish National Birth Cohort. Methods  Participants were sampled based on maternal alcohol drinking patterns during early pregnancy. When the children were 5 years old, the parent and teacher forms of the Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) were completed by the mothers...

  7. Study of the 17Ne Coulomb dissociation process and its role for the rp process of nucleosynthesis

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    Marganiec, Justyna [TU Darmstadt (Germany); EMMI, GSI Darmstadt (Germany); Wamers, Felix [EMMI, GSI Darmstadt (Germany); TU Darmstadt (Germany); GSI Darmstadt (Germany); FIAS, Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Aumann, Thomas [TU Darmstadt (Germany); GSI Darmstadt (Germany); Egorova, Irina [BLTP JINR Dubna (Russian Federation); Grigorenko, Leonid [FLNR JINR Dubna (Russian Federation); RRC KI, Moscow (Russian Federation); Heil, Michael [GSI Darmstadt (Germany); Perfenova, Yuliya [FLNR JINR Dubna (Russian Federation); INP, Moscow (Russian Federation); Plag, Ralf [GSI Darmstadt (Germany); Goethe-Universitaet, Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Collaboration: R3B-Collaboration


    The study of {sup 17}Ne Coulomb dissociation process gives us a possibility to study the time-reversed reaction {sup 15}O(2p,γ){sup 17}Ne, with the detailed balance theorem. This reaction could serve as a bypass of {sup 15}O waiting point during the rp process, and move the initial CNO material towards heavier nuclei. The two-proton capture can proceed sequentially or directly from the three-body continuum. And the reaction rate can be enhanced by a few orders of magnitude by taking the three-body continuum into account. The Coulomb dissociation method is the one way to experimentally determine the three-body radiative capture cross section, which is needed to verify theoretical calculations, and which was not experimentally determined yet. The experiment has been performed at the LAND/R3B setup at GSI.

  8. Dipole polarizability of neutron rich nuclei and the symmetry energy

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    Horvat, Andrea; Johansen, Jacob; Miki, Kenjiro; Schindler, Fabia; Schrock, Philipp [IKP, TU Darmstadt (Germany); Aumann, Thomas [IKP, TU Darmstadt (Germany); GSI, Darmstadt (Germany); Boretzky, Konstanze [GSI, Darmstadt (Germany); Collaboration: R3B-Collaboration


    As a part of a systematic investigation of the dipole response of stable up to very neutron rich tin isotopes, nuclear and electromagnetic excitation of {sup 124}Sn-{sup 134}Sn has been investigated at relativistic energies in inverse kinematics induced by carbon and lead targets at the LAND-R3B setup at GSI in Darmstadt. The electric dipole response and the nuclear reaction cross section, total and charge-changing, are obtained from the kinematically complete determination of momenta of all particles on an event by event basis. The dipole polarizability is extracted from the Coulomb excitation interaction channel, in order to make use of relevant correlations of this observable with nuclear matter properties such as the symmetry energy at saturation density (J) and it's slope (L). The systematics of the low-lying ''pygmy'' dipole strength, the giant dipole resonance (GDR) and the neutron skin thickness are determined with respect to increasing isospin asymmetry. This talk also discusses the correlations and sensitivities of these variables and observables obtained within the framework of nuclear energy density functional theory.

  9. Keeping it wild: mapping wilderness character in the United States. (United States)

    Carver, Steve; Tricker, James; Landres, Peter


    A GIS-based approach is developed to identify the state of wilderness character in US wilderness areas using Death Valley National Park (DEVA) as a case study. A set of indicators and measures are identified by DEVA staff and used as the basis for developing a flexible and broadly applicable framework to map wilderness character using data inputs selected by park staff. Spatial data and GIS methods are used to map the condition of four qualities of wilderness character: natural, untrammelled, undeveloped, and solitude or primitive and unconfined recreation. These four qualities are derived from the US 1964 Wilderness Act and later developed by Landres et al. (2008a) in "Keeping it Wild: An Interagency Strategy to Monitor Trends in Wilderness Character Across the National Wilderness Preservation System." Data inputs are weighted to reflect their importance in relation to other data inputs and the model is used to generate maps of each of the four qualities of wilderness character. The combined map delineates the range of quality of wilderness character in the DEVA wilderness revealing the majority of wilderness character to be optimal quality with the best areas in the northern section of the park. This map will serve as a baseline for monitoring change in wilderness character and for evaluating the spatial impacts of planning alternatives for wilderness and backcountry stewardship plans. The approach developed could be applied to any wilderness area, either in the USA or elsewhere in the world. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


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    Dhanya Sukumaran


    Full Text Available BACKGROUND Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA is a chronic inflammatory disease of unknown aetiology marked by a symmetric peripheral polyarthritis. It is the most common form of chronic inflammatory arthritis and often results in joint damage and physical disability. The name is based on the term "rheumatic fever", an illness, which includes joint pain and is derived from the Greekword ῥεύμα-rheuma (nom., ῥεύματος-rheumatos (gen. ("flow, current". The suffix oid ("resembling" gives the translation as joint inflammation that resembles rheumatic fever. The first recognised description of rheumatoid arthritis was made in 1800 by Dr. Augustin Jacob Landré-Beauvais (1772-1840 of Paris. Because, it is a systemic disease, RA may result in a variety of extra-articular manifestations including fatigue, subcutaneous nodules, lung involvement, pericarditis, peripheral neuropathy, vasculitis and haematologic abnormalities. MATERIALS AND METHODS Patients who were diagnosed cases of rheumatoid arthritis attending the rheumatology clinic were referred to the Ophthalmology OPD in Government Medical College, Thrissur, for detailed eye examination. RESULTS The study was conducted in 100 patients (88 females and 12 males. Rheumatoid Factor (RF was found to be positive in 60 patients (60%, presence of dry eye did not correlate with rheumatoid positivity (Fishers exact test- the two-tailed P value = 0.4256. Through various tests, we concluded that there was aqueous deficiency in 61% and mucin deficiency in 46% of the patients. Other ocular manifestations present were- scleritis (2%, episcleritis (2% and keratomalacia (2%. CONCLUSION From the present study, we found out that extra-articular involvement of organs in rheumatoid arthritis is significant. The main ocular manifestations in rheumatoid arthritis found in our study were keratoconjunctivitis sicca, episcleritis, scleritis and keratomalacia. Though keratoconjunctivitis sicca was the most common, it did

  11. Okulöncesi Dönemi Çocukları İçin Yaratıcı Drama Yöntemi İle Kurgulanan Sosyal Beceri Eğitiminin Değerlendirilmesi / Evaluation of Social Skill Education of 4-6 Age Children Designed with Creative Drama Method

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    Emine Kıvanç Öztuğ


    children, especially in terms of peer pressure, self-expression, listening and task-completion skills.   Öz Yapılandırılmış, merak uyandıran, yeni deneyimleri deneyimleme fırsatı sunan oyunlar, çocukların merak duygusunu canlı tutmakla beraber, gelişimsel açıdan da onları daha ileriye taşır. Düşünme, sorgulama problem çözme gibi davranışları desteklerken, bilişsel ve sosyal açıdan da çocukları aktif hale getirir. Sosyalleşme doğum anından itibaren hayatın içerisine giren ve ömür boyu devam eden bir süreçtir. Bu nedenle her yaş ve koşulda sosyal becerilerin desteklenmesi oldukça önemlidir. Sosyalliğe ilk adım aile ile başlamakta; ardından okulöncesi eğitimle başka bir boyut kazanmaktadır.Yaratıcı drama etkinlikleri, eleştirel düşünme, sosyal etkileşim becerilerini öğrenme, sosyal değişim ve sosyal gelişme katkı koyarak grup içerisinde kişilerin becerilerin geliştirilmesini sağlamaktadır.  Bu nedenle yaratıcı drama; oyunsu süreçleri, çocuğu merkeze alarak yapılandrılması, çocuğu hayal kurmaya ve belirli sınırlar içerisinde özgürlüğün çocuğun elinde olması bunun yanı sıra alt boyutu olarak oyunun kullanılması erken çocukluk dönemindeki çocukların sosyal beceri gelişiminin desteklenmesinde kullanılabilecek en önemli araç olduğu düşünülmektedir. Araştırmada yaratıcı drama eğitiminin çocukların sosyal becerilerine etkisini   tespit etmek amacıyla deneysel araştırma desenleriden tek grupla uygulanan ön test-son test modeli kullanılmıştır. Güzelyurt bölgesinde yer alan özel okulöncesi eğitim merkezine devam eden 4-6 yaş arası çocukların ailelerinden okul yönetimi adına izin alınarak Hasan Avcıoğlu’nun 4-6 yaş Sosyal Beceri Değerlendirme Ölçeği uygulanmıştır. Ölçeğin genel çerçevesinde her biri 55 dakikalık 4 yaş grubundan 11, 5 yaş grubudan 11 çocuk olmak üzere toplam 22 çocuk için 13 yaratıcı drama atölyesi haz