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  1. Sir Harold Jeffreys

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    Spall, H.

    1980-01-01

    Sir Harold Jeffreys is a world authority in theoretical geophyiscs. hew as born in Northumbria (northeast of England) and educated at Armstrong College (now the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne) and Cambridge University. He is now a Senior Fellow of St.John's College, Cambridge. He has published over 300 scientific papers and is the author of 7 books, including Theory of Probability and Mathematical Physics (with his wife, Lady Bertha Swirles Jeffreys). Sir Harold has made innumerable theoretical contributions to seismology. Many of these are documented in his book The Earth, which has been published in six editions. His papers have recently been collated by Gordon and Breach (Publishers) into six volumes, Collected Papers on Sir Harold Jeffreys on Geophyiscs and other Sciences. Some idea of the breadth of this research can be seen from the individual volume titles: "Theoretical and Observational Seismology," "Observational Seismology," "Gravity," "Dissipation of Energy and Thermal History," "Astronomy and Geophysics," and "Matematics, Probability and Miscellaneious Other Sciences." 

  2. The Jeffrey Town Model for Community Development

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    Gordon, Ivy Veronica

    2014-01-01

    The Jeffrey Town model for community development has been effectively applied to the rural community of Jeffrey Town in Jamaica with Information and Computer Technology (ICT) as a key element. The farmer's association is the vehicle that has driven the change. Included is a brief outline of the community plus highlights of the tangible and…

  3. 75 FR 32210 - United States v. Idaho Orthopaedic Society, Timothy Doerr, Jeffrey Hessing, Idaho Sports Medicine...

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    2010-06-07

    ... Antitrust Division United States v. Idaho Orthopaedic Society, Timothy Doerr, Jeffrey Hessing, Idaho Sports.... Idaho Orthopaedic Society, Timothy Doerr, Jeffrey Hessing, Idaho Sports Medicine Institute, John Kloss..., Plaintiffs, vs. Idaho Orthopaedic Society, Timothy Doerr, Jeffrey Hessing, Idaho Sports Medicine Institute...

  4. Chapter 5. Dynamics of ponderosa and Jeffrey pine forests

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    Penelope Morgan

    1994-01-01

    Ponderosa (Pinus ponderosa) and Jeffrey pine (Pinus jefferyi) forests are ecologically diverse ecosystems. The communities and landscapes in which these trees dominate are variable and often complex. Because of the economic value of resources, people have used these forests extensively.

  5. Explicating formal epistemology: Carnap's legacy as Jeffrey's radical probabilism.

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    French, Christopher F

    2015-10-01

    Quine's "naturalized epistemology" presents a challenge to Carnapian explication: why try to rationally reconstruct probabilistic concepts instead of just doing psychology? This paper tracks the historical development of Richard C. Jeffrey who, on the one hand, voiced worries similar to Quine's about Carnapian explication but, on the other hand, claims that his own work in formal epistemology—what he calls "radical probabilism"—is somehow continuous with both Carnap's method of explication and logical empiricism. By examining how Jeffrey's claim could possibly be accurate, the paper suggests that Jeffrey's radical probabilism can be seen as a sort of alternative explication project to Carnap's own inductive logic. In so doing, it deflates both Quine's worries about Carnapian explication and so also, by extension, similar worries about formal epistemology. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  6. The Reinvention of Identity in Jeffrey Eugenides’s Middlesex

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    Aristi Trendel

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available In his second novel, Middlesex, Jeffrey Eugenides is deep in the Greeks. If Melville in Moby Dick sets up an anthology of whaling, Eugenides builds his collection of Greekness. It may be because the Greeks found a mythical way out of the contradictions and the ambiguities that characterize the fragmented human being in search of unity through Hermaphroditus, the figure of an indivisible duality, quite appropriate to express the diverse reality of American unity. The Pulitzer-prized writer re...

  7. Praegust mälubuumi iseloomustab utoopiliste tulevikuvisioonide puudumine : intervjuu Jeffrey Olickuga / Jeffrey Olick ; küsitles Siobhan Kattago, inglise k. tõlkinud Piret Peiker

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    Olick, Jeffrey

    2007-01-01

    Virginia Ülikooli sotsioloogia- ja ajalooprofessor Jeffrey K. Olick on kollektiivse mälu uurimise vallas kujunemas üheks tänapäeva kõige tuntumaks ja viljakamaks autoriks. Jeffrey Olick osales ettekandega Tallinna Ülikooli teadussümpoosionil "Kellele kuulub mälu?" ja TLÜ suvekoolis "Kuidas kollektiivid mäletavad?" Temaga vestles kollektiivsest mälust sotsioloogiadoktor ja TLÜ Eesti Humanitaarinstituudi dotsent Siobhan Kattago

  8. On the Relationships between Jeffreys Modal and Weighted Likelihood Estimation of Ability under Logistic IRT Models

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    Magis, David; Raiche, Gilles

    2012-01-01

    This paper focuses on two estimators of ability with logistic item response theory models: the Bayesian modal (BM) estimator and the weighted likelihood (WL) estimator. For the BM estimator, Jeffreys' prior distribution is considered, and the corresponding estimator is referred to as the Jeffreys modal (JM) estimator. It is established that under…

  9. Pruning dwarf mistletoe brooms reduces stress on Jeffrey pines, Cleveland National Forest, California

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    Robert F. Scharpf; Richard S. Smith; Detlev Vogler

    1987-01-01

    Western dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum) is a damaging parasite of Jeffrey pines (Pinus jeffreyi) in southern California. Infected branches that develop into brooms are believed to reduce tlee vigor and increase mortality. Brooms were pruned from Jeffrey pines with varying levels of dwarf mistletoe infection and live...

  10. Review of Math for Life by Jeffrey Bennett

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    Eric Gaze

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Math for Life: Crucial Ideas You Didn’t Learn in School by Jeffrey Bennett is a general interest mathematics book focused on the topic of innumeracy, the mathematics required to be numerate and why quantitative literacy is important for an educated citizenry. This book raises the very important question of why the mathematics we need to navigate our daily world is given such short shrift in our K-12 math education system. Math for Life is directed at multiple constituencies. For those wishing to develop their quantitative literacy, it provides a primer of the crucial topics, explained with compelling examples in an accessible easy-to-read style. For educators, it provides a valuable synopsis of what the math education curriculum should have at its core. I conclude the review with an analysis of the book’s contributions to these varied domains. In particular, I call into question the algebra-centric high school curriculum and explore possible alternatives to the current myopic focus on calculus in our broken mathematics education system.

  11. Concentrations and deposition of nitrogenous air pollutants in a ponderosa/Jeffrey pine canopy

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    Andrzej Bytnerowicz; Mark E. Fenn; Michael J. Arbaugh

    1998-01-01

    Nitrogenous (N) air pollutant concentrations and surface deposition of nitrate (NO3-) and ammonium (NH4+) to branches of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex. Laws.) seedlings were measured on a vertical transect in a mature ponderosa/Jeffrey (...

  12. Sheila Jeffreys: The Industrial Vagina. The Political Economy of the Global Sex Trade. London: Routledge 2008.

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    Susanne Hofmann

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Sheila Jeffreys analysiert die Prozesse, die zu einer Industrialisierung und Globalisierung von Prostitution im späten 20. und 21. Jahrhundert geführt haben. Hauptverantwortlich für die gegenwärtige Diskursverschiebung um Prostitution ist für Jeffreys zum einen die sexuelle Revolution der 1970er Jahre und zum anderen die massive Finanzierung von Unterstützer/-innen der Sexarbeiterinnen zur HIV-Prävention in den 1980ern. Jeffreys legt wie in früheren Arbeiten ihre radikal-feministische Position dar und fordert eine Abschaffung der Prostitution. In ihrer Abrechnung mit dem liberalen feministischen Diskurs, für den eine Unterstützung von Sexarbeiterinnen prioritär ist, ignoriert sie die Widersprüchlichkeiten und Komplexitäten der gelebten Realitäten. An vielen Stellen ihres Buches bekräftigt Jeffreys stereotypische Männlichkeitsvorstellungen, was durch einen Blick über den Tellerrand des ihr vertrauten wissenschaftlichen Bezugsrahmens hätte vermieden werden können.Sheila Jeffreys analyzes the processes that led to the industrialization and globalization of prostitution in the late 20th and 21th centuries. Jeffreys considers those primary factors responsible for the current shift in discourse on prostitution, which can be attributed to the sexual revolution of the 1970s on the one hand, and to massive financing of HIV prevention in the 1980s by sex worker supporters on the other. As in earlier studies, Jeffreys presents readers with her radical-feminist position and demands prostitution be abolished. In her confrontation with liberal-feminist discourse, in which the support of sex workers takes priority, she ignores the inconsistencies and complexities of real lived experience. At many points throughout her book, Jeffreys affirms stereotypical male conceptions, which could have been avoided had she looked beyond the theoretical frame of reference that makes up her comfort zone.

  13. Peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid in contact with a Newtonian fluid in an inclined channel

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    A. Kavitha

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available The peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid in contact with a Newtonian fluid in an inclined symmetric channel is analyzed under the assumptions of long wavelength and low Reynolds number. The channel is inclined at angle of β with the horizontal. This model is useful to understand the two fluid flow behaviors in physiological systems. The velocity field, stream function, interface shape, pressure rise and frictional force at the wall over one cycle of wavelength are obtained and the results are shown graphically. It is observed that the variation of the interface shape gives rise to thinner peripheral region with increasing Jeffrey parameter λ1.

  14. Seasonal influences on ozone uptake and foliar injury to ponderosa and Jeffrey pines at a southern California site

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    Patrick J. Temple; Paul R. Miller

    1998-01-01

    Ambient ozone was monitored from 1992 to 1994 near a forested site dominated by mature Jeffrey and ponderosa pines (Pinus jeffrey Grev. & Balf. and Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) at 2,000 m in the San Bernardino Mountains of southern California. Ozone injury symptoms, including percent chlorotic mottle and foliage retention,...

  15. Back to the Future on Gender and Anti-School Boys: A Response to Jeffrey Smith

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    Abraham, John

    2008-01-01

    This article examines recent claims by Jeffrey Smith that: (1) "hegemonic masculinity" is an expression of working class counter-school culture; (2) some teachers are "cultural accomplices" in constructing "hegemonic masculinities" of anti-school working class boys, thereby contributing to their underachievement; and (3) these "cultural…

  16. Thinning stagnated ponderosa and Jeffrey pine stands in northeastern California: 30-year effects

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    Robert J. Lilieholm; Dennis E. Teeguarden; Donald T. Gordon

    1989-01-01

    Response to precommercial thinning in stagnated 55-year-old ponderosa (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) and Jeffrey pine (P. jeffreyi Grev. and Balf.) stands in northeastern alifornia was rapid and long-lasting. During the first 5 years after thinning, average annual diameter at breast height (d.b.h.) and height growth of trees on...

  17. Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Independent Practice: Jeffrey E. Barnett

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    American Psychologist, 2009

    2009-01-01

    Jeffrey E. Barnett, recipient of the Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Independent Practice, is cited for outstanding, distinguished, and meritorious service in several areas of professional practice, especially professional ethics and psychotherapy treatment. Barnett has produced hundreds of high-quality publications,…

  18. Reliable Dual Tensor Model Estimation in Single and Crossing Fibers Based on Jeffreys Prior

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    Yang, Jianfei; Poot, Dirk H. J.; Caan, Matthan W. A.; Su, Tanja; Majoie, Charles B. L. M.; van Vliet, Lucas J.; Vos, Frans M.

    2016-01-01

    This paper presents and studies a framework for reliable modeling of diffusion MRI using a data-acquisition adaptive prior. Automated relevance determination estimates the mean of the posterior distribution of a rank-2 dual tensor model exploiting Jeffreys prior (JARD). This data-acquisition prior

  19. Reliable Dual Tensor Model Estimation in Single and Crossing Fibers Based on Jeffreys Prior

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    Yang, J.; Poot, D.H.J.; Caan, Matthan WA; Su, Tanja; Majoie, Charles BLM; van Vliet, L.J.; Vos, F.M.

    2016-01-01

    Purpose
    This paper presents and studies a framework for reliable modeling of diffusion MRI using a data-acquisition adaptive prior.

    Methods
    Automated relevance determination estimates the mean of the posterior distribution of a rank-2 dual tensor model exploiting Jeffreys prior

  20. Reliable dual tensor model estimation in single and crossing fibers based on jeffreys prior

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    J. Yang (Jianfei); D.H.J. Poot; M.W.A. Caan (Matthan); Su, T. (Tanja); C.B. Majoie (Charles); L.J. van Vliet (Lucas); F. Vos (Frans)

    2016-01-01

    textabstractPurpose This paper presents and studies a framework for reliable modeling of diffusion MRI using a data-acquisition adaptive prior. Methods Automated relevance determination estimates the mean of the posterior distribution of a rank-2 dual tensor model exploiting Jeffreys prior (JARD).

  1. Homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions in nonlinear radiative flow of Jeffrey fluid between two stretchable rotating disks

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    Tasawar Hayat

    Full Text Available This article addresses MHD Jeffrey fluid flow between two stretchable rotating disks. Momentum equation with magnetic field is presented. Energy equation is constructed in presence of heat source/sink and nonlinear radiation. Thermal stratification and homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions are accounted. The related systems have been solved for convergent solutions. Velocity, temperature, concentration, skin friction coefficient and Nusselt number are analyzed. The velocities (radial, axial, tangential are increasing functions of Deborah number. Decline in axial velocity is noticed at lower disk for larger ratio of relaxation to retardation times constant. Thermal field is enhanced for temperature ratio parameter. Concentration has opposite behavior for larger homogeneous parameter and Schmidt number. Surface drag force decays for larger ratio of relaxation to retardation times at both disks. Heat transfer rate enhances for temperature ratio parameter. Keywords: Two stretchable rotating disks, Jeffrey fluid, Homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions, Heat generation/absorption, Thermal stratification, Nonlinear thermal radiation

  2. Magnetic response of a viscoelastic ferrodispersion: From a nearly Newtonian ferrofluid to a Jeffreys ferrogel

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    Rusakov, V. V.; Raikher, Yu. L.

    2017-09-01

    The theory of orientational motion of a Brownian magnetic nanoparticle embedded in a viscoelastic medium and subjected to a time-dependent uniform magnetic field is developed. The rheology of the viscoelastic environment of the particle is modeled by the Jeffreys scheme, which under variation of a minimal number of parameters is able to resemble a wide range of soft materials: from a weakly structured (nearly Newtonian) polymer solution to a gel. It is shown that in the Jeffreys model, the diffusional orientational motion of a particle is a combination of two modes, which could be associated with a fast motion within the polymer mesh cell and a slow displacement that involves deformation of the mesh, respectively. The dependencies of the reference times of both relaxation modes on the Jeffreys viscous and elastic parameters and temperature are found. It turns out that in substantially viscoelastic media, the rate of the slow mode (it dominates in relaxation) quadratically depends on the matrix temperature. This effect does not have analogs in linearly viscous systems. For an ensemble of magnetic nanoparticles in viscoelastic and gel Jeffreys matrices: (1) the dynamic magnetic susceptibility is derived and evaluated both within an exact approach and in a simple approximation; (2) the problem of magnetic relaxometry, i.e., evolution of magnetization after step-wise turning off the field, is solved; (3) the specific power loss caused by viscous dissipation generated by the particles under an ac field is analyzed as a function of the rheological parameters. Results (1) and (2) provide simple models for magnetic nanorheology; consideration (3) advances the physics of magnetic hyperthermia in viscoelastic and gel-like media.

  3. Growth after thinning ponderosa and Jeffrey pine pole stands in northeastern California

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    William W. Oliver

    1972-01-01

    Thinning ponderosa and Jeffrey pine pole stands (6 to 8 inches d.b.h.) on Meyer Site Classes IV and V land (site index 65 to 80) stimulates growth in diameter and height. This was concluded from data on 12 thinned plots scattered over northeastern California, in natural stands and in a plantation. Basal areas immediately after thinning ranged from 13 to 149 square feet...

  4. Fifteen-year growth patterns after thinning a ponderosa-Jeffrey pine plantation in northeastern California

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    William W. Oliver

    1979-01-01

    Growth was analyzed after one thinning in a plantation of pole-size ponderosa and Jeffrey pines on land having a site index of 50 feet at 50 years. Periodic annual increment was determined for each of three 5-year periods. On this basis, increment in diameter and cubic volume were found to he related closely to stand basal area only. Basal area and height increment,...

  5. Meetodist tulenev olukord. Bjaervika projekt, Oslo = Technique Driven Condition. Bjaervika project, Oslo / Danilo Dangubic, Gudjon Erlendsson, Jeffrey Turko

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    Dangubic, Danilo

    2000-01-01

    Oslo kesklinna sadamaala tavakohase üldplaneeringu asemel pakuvad Londoni arhitektuuribüroo Urban Office arhitektid Danilo Dangubic, Gudjon Erlendsson ja Jeffrey Turko alternatiivprojekti, mis keskendub linnakeskonnale ja meetodile selle uurimiseks. 9 ill

  6. Destructive hostility: the Jeffrey Dahmer case. A psychiatric and forensic study of a serial killer.

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    Jentzen, J; Palermo, G; Johnson, L T; Ho, K C; Stormo, K A; Teggatz, J

    1994-12-01

    We were involved as forensic experts in the case of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. We discuss the scene and victim autopsy findings, with a brief consideration of the basic emotion of hostility. These findings support the thesis that at the basis of this serial killer's behavior were primary unconscious feelings of hate that he had channeled into a sadistic programmed destruction of 17 young men. The interview of the serial killer, the photographic scene documentation, and the autopsy findings stress the ambivalent homosexuality of the killer, his sexual sadism, his obsessive fetishism, and his possible cannibalism and necrophilia.

  7. The role of theory in the psychophysiology of personality: from Ivan Pavlov to Jeffrey Gray.

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    Corr, Philip J; Perkins, Adam M

    2006-12-01

    Psychophysiological approaches to personality have made significant progress in recent years, partly as a spin-off of technological innovation (e.g., functional neuroimaging) and partly as a result of an emerging theoretical consensus regarding the structure and biology of basic processes. In this field, Jeffrey Gray's influential psychophysiological theory of personality - now widely known as Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST) - owes much to Pavlov, who devoted a large proportion of his later life to personality differences and their implications for psychiatry. In this article, we trace the influence of Pavlov on Hans Eysenck's and Jeffrey Gray's work, and then provide a brief description of RST in order to highlight some of the central problems - as well as some tentative solutions - in the psychophysiology of personality. Specifically, the importance of theory in personality research is stressed by the contrast of Gray's theoretically driven model with less fertile atheoretical (i.e., exploratory-inductive) approaches. The fecundity of RST, which has been in continual development over a period of thirty years, is discussed in the light of Karl Popper's views on the nature of science, especially the formulation of the 'problem situation', which sets up the theoretical and operational conditions under which hypotheses may be challenged and tested to destruction. In this respect, we see the truth of Lewin's [Lewin, K., 1951. Field theory in social science: selected theoretical papers. In: Cartwright, D., (Ed.). Harper & Row, New York] famous phrase, "There is nothing so practical as a good theory".

  8. Soret and Dufour Effects on MHD Peristaltic Flow of Jeffrey Fluid in a Rotating System with Porous Medium.

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    Hayat, Tasawar; Rafiq, Maimona; Ahmad, Bashir

    2016-01-01

    The objective of present paper is to examine the peristaltic flow of magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Jeffrey fluid saturating porous space in a channel through rotating frame. Unlike the previous attempts, the flow formulation is based upon modified Darcy's law porous medium effect in Jeffrey fluid situation. In addition the impacts due to Soret and Dufour effects in the radiative peristaltic flow are accounted. Rosseland's approximation has been utilized for the thermal radiative heat flux. Lubrication approach is implemented for the simplification. Resulting problems are solved for the stream function, temperature and concentration. Graphical results are prepared and analyzed for different parameters of interest entering into the problems.

  9. A note on convective heat transfer of an MHD Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet

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    Ahmed, Jawad; Shahzad, Azeem [Department of Basic Sciences, University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila 47050 (Pakistan); Khan, Masood [Department of Mathematics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan); Ali, Ramzan, E-mail: alian.qau@gmail.com [Department of Applied Mathematics, TU-Dortmund (Germany); University of Central Asia, 720001 Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan)

    2015-11-15

    This article focuses on the exact solution regarding convective heat transfer of a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet. The effects of joule and viscous dissipation, internal heat source/sink and thermal radiation on the heat transfer characteristics are taken in account in the presence of a transverse magnetic field for two types of boundary heating process namely prescribed power law surface temperature (PST) and prescribed heat flux (PHF). Similarity transformations are used to reduce the governing non-linear momentum and thermal boundary layer equations into a set of ordinary differential equations. The exact solutions of the reduced ordinary differential equations are developed in the form of confluent hypergeometric function. The influence of the pertinent parameters on the temperature profile is examined. In addition the results for the wall temperature gradient are also discussed in detail.

  10. The case of Jeffrey Dahmer: sexual serial homicide from a neuropsychiatric developmental perspective.

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    Silva, J Arturo; Ferrari, Michelle M; Leong, Gregory B

    2002-11-01

    Sexual serial homicidal behavior has received considerable attention during the last three decades. Substantial progress has been made in the development of methods aimed at identifying and apprehending individuals who exhibit these behaviors. In spite of these advances, the origins of sexual serial killing behavior remain for the most part unknown. In this article we propose a biopsychosocial psychiatric model for understanding the origins of sexual serial homicidal behavior from both neuropsychiatric and developmental perspectives, using the case of convicted serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer as the focal point. We propose that his homicidal behavior was intrinsically associated with autistic spectrum psychopathology, specifically Asperger's disorder. The relationship of Asperger's disorder to other psychopathology and to his homicidal behavior is explored. We discuss potential implications of the proposed model for the future study of the causes of sexual serial homicidal crime.

  11. A note on convective heat transfer of an MHD Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet

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    Jawad Ahmed

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on the exact solution regarding convective heat transfer of a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet. The effects of joule and viscous dissipation, internal heat source/sink and thermal radiation on the heat transfer characteristics are taken in account in the presence of a transverse magnetic field for two types of boundary heating process namely prescribed power law surface temperature (PST and prescribed heat flux (PHF. Similarity transformations are used to reduce the governing non-linear momentum and thermal boundary layer equations into a set of ordinary differential equations. The exact solutions of the reduced ordinary differential equations are developed in the form of confluent hypergeometric function. The influence of the pertinent parameters on the temperature profile is examined. In addition the results for the wall temperature gradient are also discussed in detail.

  12. Rotation effect on peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid in an asymmetric channel with gravity field

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    A.M. Abd-Alla

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid in an asymmetric rotating channel is studied under long wavelength and low Reynolds number assumptions are investigated. Closed form expressions for the pressure gradient, pressure rise, stream function, axial velocity and shear stress on the channel walls have been computed numerically. The effects of the ratio of relaxation to retardation times, time-mean flow, rotation, the phase angle and the gravity field on the pressure gradient, pressure rise, streamline, axial velocity and shear stress are discussed in detail and shown graphically. The results indicate that the effect of the ratio of relaxation to retardation times, time-mean flow, rotation, the phase angle and the gravitational field are very pronounced in the phenomena. Comparison was made with the results obtained in the asymmetric channel and symmetric channel.

  13. MHD Jeffrey nanofluid past a stretching sheet with viscous dissipation effect

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    Zokri, S. M.; Arifin, N. S.; Salleh, M. Z.; Kasim, A. R. M.; Mohammad, N. F.; Yusoff, W. N. S. W.

    2017-09-01

    This study investigates the influence of viscous dissipation on magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow of Jeffrey nanofluid over a stretching sheet with convective boundary conditions. The nonlinear partial differential equations are reduced into the nonlinear ordinary differential equations by utilizing the similarity transformation variables. The Runge-Kutta Fehlberg method is used to solve the problem numerically. The numerical solutions obtained are presented graphically for several dimensionless parameters such as Brownian motion, Lewis number and Eckert number on the specified temperature and concentration profiles. It is noted that the temperature profile is accelerated due to increasing values of Brownian motion parameter and Eckert number. In contrast, both the Brownian motion parameter and Lewis number have caused the deceleration in the concentration profiles.

  14. Impact of Cattaneo-Christov Heat Flux in Jeffrey Fluid Flow with Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Reactions.

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    Tasawar Hayat

    Full Text Available Two-dimensional stretched flow of Jeffrey fluid in view of Cattaneo-Christov heat flux is addressed. Effects of homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions are also considered. Suitable transformations are used to form ordinary differential equations. Convergent series solutions are computed. Impact of significant parameters on the velocity, temperature, concentration and skin friction coefficient is addressed. Analysis of thermal relaxation is made. The obtained results show that ratio of relaxation to retardation times and Deborah number have inverse relation for velocity profile. Temperature distribution has decreasing behavior for Prandtl number and thermal relaxation time. Also concentration decreases for larger values of strength of homogeneous reaction parameter while it increases for strength of heterogeneous reaction parameter.

  15. Ozone injury responses of ponderosa and Jeffrey pine in the Sierra Nevada and San Bernardino Mountains in California

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    Paul Miller; Raleigh Guthrey; Susan Schilling; John Carroll

    1998-01-01

    Ozone injury was monitored on foliage of ponderosa (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) and Jeffrey (Pinus jeffreyi Grev. & Balf.) pines at 11 locations in the Sierra Nevada and 1 site in the San Bernardino Mountains of southern California. Ozone injury on all age cohorts of needles on about 1,600 trees was surveyed annually from...

  16. Rezension zu: Sheila Jeffreys: The Industrial Vagina. The Political Economy of the Global Sex Trade. London: Routledge 2008.

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    Susanne Hofmann

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available Sheila Jeffreys analysiert die Prozesse, die zu einer Industrialisierung und Globalisierung von Prostitution im späten 20. und 21. Jahrhundert geführt haben. Hauptverantwortlich für die gegenwärtige Diskursverschiebung um Prostitution ist für Jeffreys zum einen die sexuelle Revolution der 1970er Jahre und zum anderen die massive Finanzierung von Unterstützer/-innen der Sexarbeiterinnen zur HIV-Prävention in den 1980ern. Jeffreys legt wie in früheren Arbeiten ihre radikal-feministische Position dar und fordert eine Abschaffung der Prostitution. In ihrer Abrechnung mit dem liberalen feministischen Diskurs, für den eine Unterstützung von Sexarbeiterinnen prioritär ist, ignoriert sie die Widersprüchlichkeiten und Komplexitäten der gelebten Realitäten. An vielen Stellen ihres Buches bekräftigt Jeffreys stereotypische Männlichkeitsvorstellungen, was durch einen Blick über den Tellerrand des ihr vertrauten wissenschaftlichen Bezugsrahmens hätte vermieden werden können.

  17. The modified Jeffreys model approach for elasto-viscoplastic thixotropic substances

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    Azikri de Deus, Hilbeth P., E-mail: azikri@utfpr.edu.br [CERNN-UTFPR/NuMAT-UTFPR, Curitiba, PR (Brazil); Negrão, Cezar O.R.; Franco, Admilson T. [CERNN-UTFPR, Curitiba, PR (Brazil)

    2016-02-05

    In this work, a new constitutive model for thixotropic fluids is proposed via a formal analysis of their functional forms. The constitutive model for thixotropic substances is basically composed by a set of two equations: a constitutive equation based on viscoelastic models and a rate equation (an equation related to the evolution of the micro-structural character of the substance). The constitutive equations, in many works, do not have taken into account in the dynamical principles from which is developed the micro-structural dependence of shear modulus and viscosity. To aim this fault, in the current study a new constitutive model (based on Jeffreys model) is proposed, in coherence with expected behavior for thixotropic fluids. In addition a special emphasis has been given to the structural nature of substances (based on coagulation theory of Smoluchowski) and thermodynamic consistency. The proposed model for thixotropic fluids takes into account a simple isothermal laminar shear flows and some important aspects of that are explored. - Highlights: • A new constitutive model, composed by a constitutive and a rate equations, for thixotropic fluids is proposed. • The constitutive equation takes into account the micro-structural dependence of the shear modulus and viscosity coefficients. • The rate equation is based on Brownian motion (coagulation theory of Smoluchowski) and reptation model. • The thermodynamic consistence of the proposed model is proved too.

  18. Optical anomaly in near-end-member grossular garnet from the Jeffrey mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada

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    Manzoor Ahmad Badar

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The optical anomalies, surface and lamellar textures of a birefringent grossular garnet crystal from the Jeffrey mine Canada have been investigated by optical polarizing microscope, electron-probe micro-analyzer (EPMA and infrared spectrometer from the stand point of crystal growth. This grossular shows one-to-one correlation between surface features and its internal textures. The average chemical composition measured by EPMA is Grs97.4Alm1.2Sps1.2Pyr0.1 as a near-end-member grossular. The surface features correspond to the internal textures observed under crossed polarizers. Two growth hillocks with regular growth steps elongated parallel to [001] vertical direction of the (110 face, produce sectoral twins. Such growth steps indicate the orthorhombic symmetry of the crystal correlated with the growth direction. Some irregular or curved growth steps appearing as lamellae in (110 thin section are parallel to the sides of (110 face but inclined to the [001] growth direction; this suggests the monoclinic symmetry. The crystal is optically biaxial (+ and its 2Vx angle being close to 90° could not be measured. Infrared spectroscopy data revealed the presence of [(OH4] group substitution at [SiO4], the tetrahedral site. Optical birefringence of the grossular is about 0.002. Back-scattered electron imaging could not detect any zonation and compositional differences of the lamellar texture.

  19. Postplanting Nutritional Augmentation of Jeffrey Pine Seedlings on an Infertile Sierran Site

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    Roger F. Walker

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Broadcast fertilization with an array of amendments was investigated for its capacity to stimulate growth and enhance nutrition of a three-year-old Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi Grev. & Balf. plantation growing on an acidic Sierra Nevada surface mine. Four formulations that differed in N source, duration of release, and the suite of nutrients provided were evaluated, with each applied using four rates. Free Flow 29-3-4, a conventional amendment featuring urea as its near exclusive N source, and High N 22-4-6, a controlled release formulation containing ammoniacal, nitrate, and urea N, were the most stimulatory while an organic formulation relying exclusively on a municipal biosolid N source, Milorganite 6-2-0, was the least so. The lowest application rates employed were inadequate while the most advantageous was not the highest rate for any formulation. Foliar analysis revealed that improved N nutrition was probably critical in the favorable growth responses to fertilization, that of P was a likely contributor, and amelioration of potential Mn toxicity may have assumed an accessory role.

  20. Simultaneous effects of slip and MHD on peristaltic blood flow of Jeffrey fluid model through a porous medium

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    M.M. Bhatti

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In this article, the simultaneous effects of slip and Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD on peristaltic blood flow of Jeffrey fluid model have been investigated in a non-uniform porous channel. The governing equation of blood flow for Jeffrey fluid model is solved with the help of long wavelength and creeping flow regime. The solution of the resulting differential equation is solved analytically and a closed form solution is presented. The impact of all the physical parameters is plotted for velocity profile and pressure rise. Nowadays, Magnetohydrodynamics is applicable in various magnetic drug targeting for cancer diseases and also very helpful to control the flow. The present analysis is also described for Newtonian fluid (λ1→0 as a special case of our study. It is observed that magnitude of the velocity is opposite near the walls due to slip effects whereas similar behavior has been observed for magnetic field.

  1. Radiative flow of MHD Jeffrey fluid past a stretching sheet with surface slip and melting heat transfer

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    Kalidas Das

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The present paper investigates numerically the influence of melting heat transfer and thermal radiation on MHD stagnation point flow of an electrically conducting non-Newtonian fluid (Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet with partial surface slip. The governing equations are reduced to non-linear ordinary differential equations by using a similarity transformation and then solved numerically by using Runge–Kutta–Fehlberg method. The effects of pertinent parameters on the flow and heat transfer fields are presented through tables and graphs, and are discussed from the physical point of view. Our analysis revealed that the fluid temperature is higher in case of Jeffrey fluid than that in the case of Newtonian fluid. It is also observed that the wall stress increases with increasing the values of slip parameter but the effect is opposite for the rate of heat transfer at the wall.

  2. Analysis of heat transfer for unsteady MHD free convection flow of rotating Jeffrey nanofluid saturated in a porous medium

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    Nor Athirah Mohd Zin

    Full Text Available In this article, the influence of thermal radiation on unsteady magnetohydrodynamics (MHD free convection flow of rotating Jeffrey nanofluid passing through a porous medium is studied. The silver nanoparticles (AgNPs are dispersed in the Kerosene Oil (KO which is chosen as conventional base fluid. Appropriate dimensionless variables are used and the system of equations is transformed into dimensionless form. The resulting problem is solved using the Laplace transform technique. The impact of pertinent parameters including volume fraction φ, material parameters of Jeffrey fluid λ1, λ, rotation parameter r, Hartmann number Ha, permeability parameter K, Grashof number Gr, Prandtl number Pr, radiation parameter Rd and dimensionless time t on velocity and temperature profiles are presented graphically with comprehensive discussions. It is observed that, the rotation parameter, due to the Coriolis force, tends to decrease the primary velocity but reverse effect is observed in the secondary velocity. It is also observed that, the Lorentz force retards the fluid flow for both primary and secondary velocities. The expressions for skin friction and Nusselt number are also evaluated for different values of emerging parameters. A comparative study with the existing published work is provided in order to verify the present results. An excellent agreement is found. Keywords: Jeffrey nanofluid, AgNPs, MHD and Porosity, Rotating flow, Laplace transform technique

  3. Peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid under the effect of radially varying magnetic field in a tube with an endoscope

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    Abd-Alla, A.M., E-mail: mohmrr@yahoo.com [Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Taif University, P.O. Box 888 (Saudi Arabia); Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag (Egypt); Abo-Dahab, S.M. [Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Taif University, P.O. Box 888 (Saudi Arabia); Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, SVU, Qena 83523 (Egypt); Kilicman, A. [Department of Mathematics and Institute for Mathematical Research, Unıversity Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor (Malaysia)

    2015-06-15

    The influence of an endoscope on peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid through the cylindrical cavity between concentric tubes with variable magnetic field has been investigated. The governing equations of two dimensional fluid have been simplified under the consideration of long wavelength and low Reynolds number approximation. Exact analytical calculations are carried out for the pressure gradient, velocity, pressure rise, friction force on the inner and outer tubes and shear stress. The effect of the non-dimensional wave amplitude, the variable magnetic field, the ratio of relaxation of retardation time, the radius ratio and the non-dimensional volume flow are analyzed theoretically and computed numerically. Comparison was made with the results obtained in the presence and absence of variable magnetic field and an endoscope. The results indicate that the effect of the non-dimensional wave amplitude, variable magnetic field, ratio of relaxation to retardation time, radius ratio and non-dimensional volume flow on peristaltic flow are very pronounced. - Highlights: • The peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid through the cylindrical cavity between concentric tubes with variable magnetic field. • Mathematical modeling is carried out by utilizing long wavelength and low Reynolds number assumptions. • Closed form expressions for the entered parameters have been computed numerically.

  4. Soret and Dufour effects on MHD peristaltic transport of Jeffrey fluid in a curved channel with convective boundary conditions.

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    Hayat, Tasawar; Zahir, Hina; Tanveer, Anum; Alsaedi, Ahmad

    2017-01-01

    The purpose of present article is to examine the peristaltic flow of Jeffrey fluid in a curved channel. An electrically conducting fluid in the presence of radial applied magnetic field is considered. Analysis of heat and mass transfer is carried out. More generalized realistic constraints namely the convective conditions are utilized. Soret and Dufour effects are retained. Problems formulation is given for long wavelength and low Reynolds number assumptions. The expressions of velocity, temperature, heat transfer coefficient, concentration and stream function are computed. Effects of emerging parameters arising in solutions are analyzed in detail. It is found that velocity is not symmetric about centreline for curvature parameter. Also maximum velocity decreases with an increase in the strength of magnetic field. Further it is noticed that Soret and Dufour numbers have opposite behavior for temperature and concentration.

  5. MHD Convective Flow of Jeffrey Fluid Due to a Curved Stretching Surface with Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Reactions.

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    Imtiaz, Maria; Hayat, Tasawar; Alsaedi, Ahmed

    2016-01-01

    This paper looks at the flow of Jeffrey fluid due to a curved stretching sheet. Effect of homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions is considered. An electrically conducting fluid in the presence of applied magnetic field is considered. Convective boundary conditions model the heat transfer analysis. Transformation method reduces the governing nonlinear partial differential equations into the ordinary differential equations. Convergence of the obtained series solutions is explicitly discussed. Characteristics of sundry parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration profiles are analyzed by plotting graphs. Computations for pressure, skin friction coefficient and surface heat transfer rate are presented and examined. It is noted that fluid velocity and temperature through curvature parameter are enhanced. Increasing values of Biot number correspond to the enhancement in temperature and Nusselt number.

  6. MHD Convective Flow of Jeffrey Fluid Due to a Curved Stretching Surface with Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Reactions.

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    Maria Imtiaz

    Full Text Available This paper looks at the flow of Jeffrey fluid due to a curved stretching sheet. Effect of homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions is considered. An electrically conducting fluid in the presence of applied magnetic field is considered. Convective boundary conditions model the heat transfer analysis. Transformation method reduces the governing nonlinear partial differential equations into the ordinary differential equations. Convergence of the obtained series solutions is explicitly discussed. Characteristics of sundry parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration profiles are analyzed by plotting graphs. Computations for pressure, skin friction coefficient and surface heat transfer rate are presented and examined. It is noted that fluid velocity and temperature through curvature parameter are enhanced. Increasing values of Biot number correspond to the enhancement in temperature and Nusselt number.

  7. Unsteady MHD free convection flow of rotating Jeffrey fluid embedded in a porous medium with ramped wall temperature

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    Zin, N. A. Mohd; Khan, I.; Shafie, S.

    2017-09-01

    The effect of radiative heat transfer on unsteady magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) free convection flow of rotating Jeffrey fluid past an infinite vertical plate saturated in a porous medium with ramped wall temperature is investigated. The incompressible fluid is taken electrically conducting under influence of transverse magnetic field which perpendicular to the flow. An appropriate dimensionless variables are employed to the governing equations and solved analytically by Laplace transform technique. The results of several controlling parameters for both ramped wall temperature and an isothermal plate are presented graphically with comprehensive discussions. It has been observed that, an increase in rotation parameter, reduced the primary velocity, but an opposite behaviour is noticed for the secondary velocity. Moreover, large values of Hartmann number tends to retard the fluid flow due to the Lorentz force.

  8. Loneliness and associated violent antisocial behavior: analysis of the case reports of Jeffrey Dahmer and Dennis Nilsen.

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    Martens, Willem H J; Palermo, George B

    2005-06-01

    It can be theorized that loneliness plays a significant role in the development and continuation of violent, antisocial attitudes and behavior. Analysis of case reports of two serial killers, Dennis Nilsen and Jeffrey Dahmer, indicate that there is evidence for such a link. In this article, a list of significant correlates of loneliness and antisocial behavior is presented. This may be useful for the assessment of possible dangerousness and in the development of prevention and intervention programs. Suggestions are made for the adequate treatment of loneliness and correlated violent, antisocial behavior. A need is recognized for more research into the psychosocial, emotional, neurobiological, cultural, and ethnic determinants of loneliness and their correlation to specific antisocial and/or criminal behavior.

  9. Influence of heat transfer on Poiseuille flow of MHD Jeffrey fluid through porous medium with slip boundary conditions

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    Ramesh, K.

    2017-07-01

    In the current article, we have discussed the Poiseuille flow of an incompressible magnetohydrodynamic Jeffrey fluid between parallel plates through homogeneous porous medium using slip boundary conditions under the effect of heat transfer. The equations governing the fluid flow are modeled in Cartesian coordinate system. The energy equation is considered under the effects viscous dissipation and heat generation. Analytical solutions for the velocity and temperature profiles are obtained. The effects of the various involved parameters on the velocity and temperature profiles are studied and the results are presented through the graphs. It is observed from our analysis that, with increase of slip parameter and pressure gradient increase the velocity. The temperature is an increasing function of heat generation parameter, Brinkman number, thermal slip parameter and non-Newtonian fluid parameter.

  10. Numerical study of entropy generation for forced convection flow and heat transfer of a Jeffrey fluid over a stretching sheet

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    Nemat Dalir

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Entropy generation for the steady two-dimensional laminar forced convection flow and heat transfer of an incompressible Jeffrey non-Newtonian fluid over a linearly stretching, impermeable and isothermal sheet is numerically investigated. The governing differential equations of continuity, momentum and energy are transformed using suitable similarity transformations to two nonlinear coupled ordinary differential equations (ODEs. Then the ODEs are solved by applying the numerical implicit Keller’s box method. The effects of various parameters of the flow and heat transfer including Deborah number, ratio of relaxation to retardation times, Prandtl number, Eckert number, Reynolds number and Brinkman number on dimensionless velocity, temperature and entropy generation number profiles are analyzed. The results reveal that the entropy generation number increases with the increase of Deborah number while the increase of ratio of relaxation to retardation times causes the entropy generation number to reduce. A comparative study of the numerical results with the results from an exact solution for the dimensionless velocity gradient at the sheet surface is also performed. The comparison shows excellent agreement within 0.05% error.

  11. Imposex and butyltin body burden in Nassarius nitidus (Jeffreys, 1867), in coastal waters within the Basque Country (northern Spain)

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    Rodriguez, J. German, E-mail: grodriguez@pas.azti.es [AZTI-Tecnalia, Herrera Kaia Portualdea z/g, 20110-Pasaia (Spain); Borja, Angel; Franco, Javier [AZTI-Tecnalia, Herrera Kaia Portualdea z/g, 20110-Pasaia (Spain); Garcia Alonso, J. Ignacio [Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Oviedo, Julian Claveria 8, 33006 Oviedo (Spain); Garmendia, Joxe Mikel; Muxika, Inigo [AZTI-Tecnalia, Herrera Kaia Portualdea z/g, 20110-Pasaia (Spain); Sariego, Cristina [Servicio de Espectrometria de Masas, SCT' s, University of Oviedo, Julian Claveria s/n, 33006, Oviedo (Spain); Valencia, Victoriano [AZTI-Tecnalia, Herrera Kaia Portualdea z/g, 20110-Pasaia (Spain)

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    Levels of imposex (superimposition of male characters, upon females) and the presence of sterile females are assessed in the gastropod Nassarius nitidus (Jeffreys, 1867), at 22 locations in the Basque Country (northern Spain). At 18 of these localities, butyltin bioaccumulation (tributyltin (TBT); dibutyltin; monobutyltin) was analysed using isotope dilution and GC-ICP-MS. Higher imposex levels and TBT body burden were found in confined harbours, with a large vessel traffic or the presence of a fishing fleet or a shipyard. For the first time, four apparently sequential types of aborted capsules are described in this species. Another novelty is the interspecific comparison between imposex intensities in sympatrically living populations of N. nitidus and N. reticulatus. This showed that sensitivity to TBT pollution of both species is relatively similar (in terms of Relative Penis Length Index). Since N. nitidus has a restricted habitat distribution due to its low presence in wave-exposed habitats, its complementary use with other species is recommended for its use in TBT monitoring programmes.

  12. The Dangers of Posthumous Diagnoses and the Unintended Consequences of Facile Associations: Jeffrey Dahmer and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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    Palermo, Mark T; Bogaerts, Stefan

    2015-12-01

    Posthumous diagnoses are not uncommonly given to notorious public and historical figures by applying retrospectively, and typically in the absence of the individual being diagnosed, contemporary diagnostic criteria. Although this may be relatively easy and free of consequences when it concerns clear-cut medical conditions, it may have unintended repercussions in the case of psychiatric disorders by creating myths and perpetuating stigma. The case of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is a typical example where a somewhat facile and almost syllogistic application of perhaps over-inclusive criteria may have contributed to the legend of solitary murderers as possibly suffering from an autism spectrum condition. Although there may be an understandable human need to explain abominable and heinous behaviors, the lack of the possibility to verify a diagnostic theory and the ill-advised attempt to make a diagnosis fit may de facto be the basis of prejudice and profiling that do not correspond to clinical reality. Although there is no doubt that the brain is the organ of behavior, the authors caution against a budding neo-Lombrosian approach to crime and criminality and against the all too common use of widely differing terms in the study of deviance, such as crime, delinquency, and aggression, the operational use of which, often used interchangeably even in association studies, often erroneously leads to further confusion. © The Author(s) 2014.

  13. Jeffreys's Nursing Universal Retention and Success model: overview and action ideas for optimizing outcomes A-Z.

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    Jeffreys, Marianne R

    2015-03-01

    Nursing student persistence, retention, and success are universally desired outcomes yet remain elusive and challenging worldwide. The aim of this study is to provide nurse educators with an organizing framework and action ideas for optimizing student outcomes. Jeffreys's Nursing Universal Retention and Success (NURS) model presents a globally-applicable framework for examining the multidimensional factors that affect undergraduate and graduate nursing student retention and success in order to make a positive difference. This article presents a brief overview of the empirically-based NURS model and indicates that retention decisions, persistence, and optimal outcomes will be based on the interaction of student profile characteristics, student affective factors, academic factors, environmental factors, academic outcomes, psychological outcomes, outside surrounding factors, and professional integration factors. An A-Z list of action ideas provides nurse educators with a springboard for further developing ideas tailored to individual program and student needs. Recommendations for global collaborative partnerships and networks are presented. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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    ... destination. So, are you ready to explore? Just click on one of the buildings below, and I will show you the way! Le Ri In In In In In In Know the 10 ... Start Again Let’s start from the beginning! Click here for an overview of the Village. share ...

  15. Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences: an interview with Jo Anne Boorkman, Jeffrey T. Huber and Fred W. Roper. Interview by Elizabeth Connor.

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    Boorkman, Jo Anne; Huber, Jeffrey T; Roper, Fred W

    2005-01-01

    Few works serve as solid a framework for the field of health sciences librarianship or provide as many insights and detailed knowledge as Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences. Now in its fourth edition, the book's editors and contributors represent an impressive range of experience, expertise, and subject knowledge appreciated by practicing librarians in a variety of settings and by students of health sciences librarianship. Jo Anne Boorkman, Jeffrey T. Huber, and Fred W. Roper answered a series of questions about the latest edition of this seminal work, and offered opinions about reference works, services, and librarians.

  16. Efecto de la posición de la semilla de tacaco (Sechium tacaco (Pittier) C. Jeffrey) Sobre la germinación (ING)

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    Campos Castillo, Rónald; Brenes Hine, Abdenago

    2016-01-01

    The effect of seed position on germination using sterilized sand as substrate under room temperature conditions (mean = 20°C, max.= 24,2°C, min. = 16,2°C) was evaluated in tacaco [Sechium tacaco (Pittier) C. Jeffrey]. The treatments were: A= seed placed horizontally on substrate, B= seed buried horizontally in substrate, C=seed halfburied in lateral position, D= seed halfburied in vertical position, distal extreme up, E= seed halfburied in vertical position, distal extreme down. After 28 days...

  17. A cultura é autônoma ou serve às elites? Um olhar sobre as abordagens sociológicas de Jeffrey Alexander e Pierre Bourdieu

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    Arthur Coelho Bezerra

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available A proposta deste artigo é analisar comparativamente as abordagens sociológicas de Pierre Bourdieu e Jeffrey Alexander, no campo da cultura, com destaque para a crítica de Alexander ao programa de Bourdieu. Considera-se que a contraposição das ideias desses dois autores pode ser bastante útil para representar duas correntes distintas presentes nas ciências sociais: de um lado, aquela que enxerga uma submissão dos bens e das práticas culturais aos interesses das classes economicamente favorecidas; do outro, a que proclama a autonomia da cultura, cuja dimensão não poderia ser reduzida à estrutura social externa.

  18. Influence of nonlinear thermal radiation and viscous dissipation on three-dimensional flow of Jeffrey nano fluid over a stretching sheet in the presence of Joule heating

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    Ganesh Kumar, K.; Rudraswamy, N. G.; Gireesha, B. J.; Krishnamurthy, M. R.

    2017-09-01

    Present exploration discusses the combined effect of viscous dissipation and Joule heating on three dimensional flow and heat transfer of a Jeffrey nanofluid in the presence of nonlinear thermal radiation. Here the flow is generated over bidirectional stretching sheet in the presence of applied magnetic field by accounting thermophoresis and Brownian motion of nanoparticles. Suitable similarity transformations are employed to reduce the governing partial differential equations into coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations. These nonlinear ordinary differential equations are solved numerically by using the Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg fourth-fifth order method with shooting technique. Graphically results are presented and discussed for various parameters. Validation of the current method is proved by comparing our results with the existing results under limiting situations. It can be concluded that combined effect of Joule and viscous heating increases the temperature profile and thermal boundary layer thickness.

  19. USA panustab keskkonda / Jeffrey Goldstein

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    2007-01-01

    USA uus energiapoliitika kava näeb ette bensiini tarbimise vähendamist järgneva 10 aasta jooksul 20%, mis omakorda vähendab ameeriklaste autodest eralduva süsihappegaasi heitmete kasvu ning vähendab sõltuvust naftast

  20. Kaubandussanktsioonide otstarbekusest / Jeffrey D. Sachs

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    Sachs, Jeffrey D.

    2003-01-01

    Autor leiab, et kaubandus- ja finantssanktsioonide rakendamine diktaatorlikele režiimidele on vale lähenemine, kuna rahvusvaheline marginaalitsemine haavab tavalisi kodanikke enam kui despootlikke süsteeme.

  1. ANÁLISIS BAYESIANO DE ESTABILIDAD FENOTIPICA USANDO A PRIORI DE JEFFREYS BAYESIAN PHENOTYPIC STABILITY ANALYSIS USING JEFFREYS’S PRIOR

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    José Miguel Cotes Torres

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available Uno de los métodos utilizados para evaluar estabilidad fenotípica es el propuesto por Shukla, el cual calcula la varianza de los genotipos dentro de la interacción genotipo por ambiente, para lo cual se hace uso de la estimación de los componentes de varianza dentro del análisis de varianza combinado. El acceso al cálculo de metodologías como REML e ML permitieron trabajar con datos que presentan algún grado de desbalance, sin embargo no solucionan de una manera adecuada el problema de la estimación de componentes de varianza negativos, los cuales son asumidos como cero y redistribuidos en los demás componentes positivos. El uso de la metodología bayesiana en la estimación de componentes de varianza resuelve satisfactoriamente este problema sin afectar los demás componentes. En este trabajo, se utilizaron datos de producción comercial de papa de 10 pruebas regionales realizadas en la región andina colombiana y se utilizó la metodología bayesiana en la solución del modelo mixto para la estimación de la varianza de Shukla con base en una distribución a priori no informativa de Jeffreys. Fueron obtenidas muestras de la distribución a posteriori conjunta mediante el algoritmo Independence Chain, con un tamaño de muestreo de 1,16x10(5 y un burnin de 500. Los resultados muestran que en la estimación REML de componentes de varianza tres genotipos presentan componentes de varianza estimados como cero. Las estimativas bayesianas son 89,35; 377,18 y 101,12; y los respectivos intervalos de credibilidad al 95% son: (2,13 - 371,70, (35,26 - 1363,67 y (2,33 - 434,53. Finalmente con estas estimativas no se afectó la estimación de los demás componentes de varianza.Shukla's variance is a very useful method for the analysis of phenotypic stability, computing the genotypic variance among the genotype by environment interaction, using variance component estimation of combined analysis of variance. New methodologies like REML or ML allow

  2. Õppetunnid Põhjamaadest / Jeffrey D. Sachs

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    2006-01-01

    Columbia ülikooli professori sõnul on Põhjamaad edukalt kombineerinud sotsiaalset heaolu kõrge sissetuleku, tugeva majanduskasvu ja makromajandusliku stabiilsusega. Põhjamaade kogemus kummutab USA konservatiivide väited, et suur avalik sektori kätkeb endas ebatõhususe, juhtimisvigade ja korruptsiooni ohtu ning et kõrged maksud pärsivad majandust

  3. Kohates looduse raevu / Jeffrey D. Sachs

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    2005-01-01

    Maailma rahvastiku suurenedes suureneb ka inimkonna haavatavus looduskatastroofidest, eeldada võib uute nakkushaiguste teket. Valitsused peaksid koostama analüüse riike varitsevatest ohtudest. Meid ohustavate riskidega toimetulekuks tuleb ületada lõhe poliitikute ja teadlaste vahel. Columbia ülikooli Maa instituudi (Earth Institute) ja Maailmapanga koostöös valminud globaalsest riskianalüüsist

  4. ALPHA experiment facility and Prof. Jeffrey Hangst.

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    2010-01-01

    Picture 01-07: General views of the ALPHA experiment Picture 5: Andrea Gutierrez, a PhD student from UBC, transfers liquid helium from a storage dewar into the cryostat containing the superconducting magnetic trap used by the ALPHA experiment.Picture 08-11: Jeffery Hangst, spokesperson for ALPHA Picture 12: The ALPHA silicon detector, which surrounds the trapping resion and is used for imaging antiproton annihilations (Credit University of Liverpool) Picture 13: Untrapped antihydrogen atoms annihilating on the inner surface of the ALPHA trap. These are measured by the ALPHA annihilation detector. The events are concentrated at the electrode radius of about 22.3 mm. The coordinates are defined in the Nature article, Figure 1b. Picture 14: The electrodes (gold) for the ALPHA Penning trap being inserted into the vacuum chamber and cryostat assembly. This is the trap used to combine or "mix" positrons and antiprotons to make antihydrogen. (Credit: Niels Madsen ALPHA/Swansea.) Picture 15: Top, a diagram of the...

  5. Alumovesuvianite, Ca19Al(Al,Mg)12Si18O69(OH)9, a new vesuvianite-group member from the Jeffrey mine, asbestos, Estrie region, Québec, Canada

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    Panikorovskii, Taras L.; Chukanov, Nikita V.; Aksenov, Sergey M.; Mazur, Anton S.; Avdontseva, Evgenia Yu; Shilovskikh, Vladimir V.; Krivovichev, Sergey V.

    2017-12-01

    Alumovesuvianite (IMA 2016-014), ideally Ca19Al(Al,Mg)12Si18O69(OH)9, is a new vesuvianite-group member found in the rodingite zone at the contact of a gabbroid rock with host serpentinite in the abandoned Jeffrey mine, Asbestos, Estrie Region, Québec, Canada. It occurs as prismatic tetragonal crystals up to 4 × 4 × 6 mm3 in size encrusting walls of cavities in a granular diopside. Associated minerals are diopside, grossular and prehnite. Single crystals of alumovesuvianite are transparent colorless or light pink with a vitreous lustre. The dominant crystal forms are {100}, {110}, {210}, {111}, {101} and {001}. The Mohs hardness is 6.5. The specific gravitiy is D meas = 3.31(1) g/cm3 and D calc = 3.36 g/cm3, respectively. The mineral is optically uniaxial (-), ω = 1.725(2), ɛ = 1.722(2). The chemical composition, determined by SEM-WDS (wavelength-dispersive spectroscopy on a scanning electron microscope; all oxides except H2O) and TG (thermogravimety; H2O) analysis, is: SiO2 37.1 wt%, Al2O3 18.8 wt%, CaO 36.6 wt%, MgO 2.48 wt%, Mn2O3 0.67 wt%, Fe2O3 0.22 wt%, H2O 2.61 wt%, total 98.5 wt%. The empirical formula based on 19 Ca atoms per formula unit and taking into account the MAS-NMR (magic-angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance) data, is: Ca19.00(Al0.92Fe3+ 0.08)Σ1.00(Al9.83Mg1.80Mn3+ 0.25)Σ11.88Si17.98O69.16(OH)8.44. The most intense IR absorption bands lie in the ranges 412-609, 897-1024, and 3051-3671 cm-1. The eight strongest lines of the powder X-ray diffraction pattern are ( I-d(Å)- hkl): 22-2.96-004, 100-2.761-432, 61-2.612-224, 25-2.593-600, 20-1.7658-831, 20-1.6672-734, 21-1.6247-912, and 22-1.3443-880. Alumovesuvianite is tetragonal, space group P4/ n, unit-cell parameters refined from the powder data are a = 15.5603(5) Å, c = 11.8467(4) Å, V = 2868.3(4) Å3, Z = 2. The crystal structure has been refined to R 1 = 0.036 for 3098 unique observed reflections with | F o| ≥ 4σ F . The structure refinement provides the bond length of 1.916

  6. Jeffrey Weeks: seksuaalne vabadus ja turuloogika / Jeffrey Weeks ; intervjueerinud Mari Kodres

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    Weeks, Jeffrey

    2009-01-01

    Intervjuu ajaloolase ja sotsioloogiga seksuaalsuse muutumisest turu osaks, perekonna muutumisest, üksikleibkondadest, homoseksuaalidest, samasooliste abielust ja adopteerimisõigusest, selle seadustamisest Suurbritannias

  7. Book Review On Jeffrey Eugenides' The Virgin Suicides

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    2015-01-01

    Relation between parents and teenagers is very important. Parents have big influence to develop teenagers' identity. As teenagers, they want to be more independent and decide their own way without parents' interference. Meanwhile, some of parents will not agree with teenagers' mind, they tend to be more protective to their teenagers. They will control what teenagers do and often forbid them to do what they want. It is because parents want to give the best thing for their teenagers. Although p...

  8. Õpikukuningas Jeffrey Sugerman : sa ei tohi hetkekski oma partnereid unarusse jätta / Jeffrey Sugerman

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    2004-01-01

    Juhtidele õppematerjale tootva suurfirma Inscape Publishing juht ettevõtte koostööst raamatuid edasimüüvate konsultatsiooni- ja koolitusfirmadega, juhtimisalase täiendõppe uuematest trendidest maailmas. Lisa: Inscape Publishing - meie tööpõhimõtted. Vt. samas: Inscape Balti riikides

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. Vibha Dwivedi. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 40 Issue 2 June 2015 pp 281-297 Articles. Suppression of induced but not developmental apoptosis in Drosophila by Ayurvedic Amalaki Rasayana and Rasa-Sindoor · Vibha Dwivedi Shweta Tiwary Subhash C ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. VIBHA DWIVEDI. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 40 Issue 2 June 2015 pp 281-297 Articles. Suppression of induced but not developmental apoptosis in Drosophila by Ayurvedic Amalaki Rasayana and Rasa-Sindoor · Vibha Dwivedi Shweta Tiwary Subhash C ...

  11. Lähis-Ida sõjalised luulud / Jeffrey D. Sachs ; tõlk. Krister Paris

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    2006-01-01

    Käsitledes Lähis-Ida konflikti, ütleb autor, et suur osa iisraellastest ja palestiinlastest näeb konflikti lahendust kahe riigi loomises, kuid probleem on lahenduseni jõudmises. Veerand kummaltki poolt soovib aga täielikku võitu teise üle. USA rollist

  12. Doonorfond on vaesuse, mitte Iraagi pärast / Jeffrey D. Sachs

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    2003-01-01

    Autor leiab, et Iraagi pikaajaline ülesehitamine ei vaja finantsabi välismaalt, vaid poliitilist reguleerimist, mis pole võimalik niikaua, kui USA jääb Iraagis okupatsioonijõuks. USA taotletav raha tuleks aga suunata ülemaailmsete hädade, nagu AIDS ja nälg, vastu võitlemiseks.

  13. Sadism linked to loneliness: psychodynamic dimensions of the sadistic serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

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    Martens, Willem H J

    2011-08-01

    In this article the psychodynamic link between loneliness and sadism is examined on basis of a case report of the sadistic and cannibalistic serial killer Jeffery Dahmer. Envy, shame/rage mechanism, a disturbed oral-sadistic development, castration fear and severe feelings of inferiority, the conviction of being unlovable and unacceptable, need to diminish tension, powerful and sadistic fantasies as a consequence of inadequate and frustrated parenting, and reality distortion appear to be involved in sadistic etiology. © 2011 N.P.A.P.

  14. Writing Across the Chemistry Curriculum: An Instructor's Handbook by Jeffrey Kovac and Donna W. Sherwood

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    Lowe, John P.

    2001-09-01

    Prentice Hall; Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2001. vi + 91 pp. ISBN 0-13-029284-2. Paperback, $18.00. This pleasing little book is intelligently designed to be useful to a busy teacher. The authors make a convincing case for the importance of writing activities in all chemistry courses, not only for the development of writing skills useful in a professional career, but also as a way of enhancing the learning of chemistry by requiring students to actively process ideas and information. The authors quickly get down to the practical matters of designing effective writing assignments, grading the results, and responding to students in ways that encourage their continuing development. While I have often made use of writing assignments in some of my classes, I came to this book with no formal background in writing instruction and little familiarity with the extensive literature on this subject. Nevertheless, I found that the authors were writing at just the right level for me. They point out that designing effective assignments requires awareness of basic rhetorical forms (an eightfold hierarchy ranging from listing, through summary, and up to scientific argument). The book also suggests appropriate levels of difficulty within each form and discusses both informal and formal writing tasks. This presentation is particularly easy to follow because many examples of actual assignments are provided along the way. (An example of an assignment on the classification mode: "Essentially all simple inorganic reactions can be classified as either precipitation, acid-base, or oxidation-reduction reactions. Provide a clear definition and examples for each category. Identify the basis for classification of each example.") Chapter 3 deals with general strategies for using writing in a chemistry course or in a sequence of courses, and it sets the stage for the detailed discussions in following chapters. Chapter 4 focuses on grading writing either holistically or analytically, and offers practical advice on timesaving ways to do this without loss of objectivity. Examples of grading charts are included. I was impressed by the description of ways to train graders. The matter of how best to provide feedback to students is addressed in Chapter 5. Here again the discussion is helped along by inclusion of actual examples of student paragraphs, with possible teacher's markings and marginal comments. Chapter 6 is made up mostly of sample assignments, broken down into categories, that can be used in various chemistry courses. Some of the sample topics in the Content-Specific category are Acids and Bases, Atomic Theory, Thermodynamics, and Chemical Bonding. Other categories include Reintegration/Enrichment (analyzing chemistry content in relation to other disciplines), Exam-Preparation, and Professional Advancement (e.g., resumé preparation). This chapter is impressive testimony to the many ways that writing assignments can be used to achieve different learning goals. The final chapter is an extensive annotated bibliography of style guides, usage guides, Internet resources, and papers dealing with science writing. Those interested in including writing as an activity in their courses are likely to get some good ideas from this book. If you do not include writing in your courses, this book is likely to convince you that you should. Indeed, chemistry department faculty would benefit from collectively reading and discussing this book. It makes a strong case for integrating writing activities in a sensibly sequenced manner throughout the entire four-year college chemistry experience.

  15. ALPHA spokesperson Jeffrey Hangst gives a tour of the new ALPHA-2 french subtitles

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    2012-01-01

    Alors qu’un grand nombre d’expériences se préparent à un rythme de travail soutenu pendant la longue période d’arrêt, il en est une dont l’activité est déjà intense : ALPHA-2. Les derniers éléments, qui sont arrivés le mois dernier, vont permettre de remplacer complètement le dispositif expérimental ALPHA. À la différence de celle qui l’a précédée, cette expérience a été spécialement conçue pour mesurer les propriétés de l’antimatière.

  16. ALPHA spokesperson Jeffrey Hangst gives a tour of the new ALPHA-2

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    While many experiments are methodically planning for intense works over the long shutdown, there is one experiment that is already working at full steam: ALPHA-2. Its final components arrived last month and will completely replace the previous ALPHA set-up. Unlike its predecessor, this next generation experiment has been specifically designed to measure the properties of antimatter.

  17. Autofrecuencias de las ecuaciones de Helmholtz y Liouville para un modelo de tierra tipo Jeffreys simplificado.

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    Sevilla, M. J.; González-Camacho, A.

    The authors obtain expressions for the free frequencies of polar motion for an ellipsoidal, rotating and perturbed earth model constituted by an elastic mantle with an homogeneous liquid core of additional simple motion.

  18. Jeffrey's Is the Place to Go. Transformation in the DE Classroom

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    Elias, Karen; Koeninger, Jim

    1978-01-01

    To motivate students and generate a high degree of enthusiasm for the distributive education (DE) program, a high school in Oklahoma City has developed a demonstration project in classroom management based upon three essential conditions: a business-like environment within the DE classroom, an incentive program to maximize student involvement, and…

  19. Physical theory and its interpretation essays in honor of Jeffrey Bub

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    Pitowsky, Itamar; Pitowsky, Itamar

    2006-01-01

    The essays in this volume were written by leading researchers on classical mechanics, statistical mechanics, quantum theory and relativity. The papers cover a number of central topics in the foundations of physics, including the role of symmetry principles in classical and quantum physics (papers by Butterfield and by Healey), Einstein's hole argument in general relativity (Korte), quantum mechanics and special relativity (Hemmo and Berkovitz, Brown and Timpson), quantum correlations (Glymour, Redei), quantum logic (Demopoulos, Isham, Stairs), and quantum probability and information (Gudder, P

  20. Merry Christmas Jeffrey Kaplan: A Review of Adolescent Literature about Contemporary Judaism.

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    Kaplan, Jeffrey S.

    1993-01-01

    Describes the author's childhood experiences of being Jewish at Christmas time. Presents and discusses 30 adolescent novels which deal with the difficulties of growing up Jewish in a Gentile world. Discusses being different, religious practices, interdating and intermarriage, anti-Semitism, and the holocaust. (SR)

  1. Fire-scar formation in Jeffrey pine - mixed conifer forests in the Sierra San Pedro Martir, Mexico

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    Scott L. Stephens; Danny L. Fry; Brandon M. Collins; Carl N. Skinner; Ernesto Franco-Vizcaino; Travis J. Freed

    2010-01-01

    Little is known about the probability of fire-scar formation. In this study, we examined all mixed conifer trees for fire-scar formation in a 16 ha watershed that burned as part of a 2003 wildfire in Sierra San Pedro Ma´rtir National Park (SSPM), Mexico. In addition, we examine the probability of fire-scar formation in relation to the previous fire interval in forests...

  2. The dangers of posthumous diagnoses and the unintended consequences of facile associations : Jeffrey Dahmer and autism spectrum disorders

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    Palermo, M.T.; Bogaerts, S.

    2015-01-01

    Posthumous diagnoses are not uncommonly given to notorious public and historical figures by applying retrospectively, and typically in the absence of the individual being diagnosed, contemporary diagnostic criteria. Although this may be relatively easy and free of consequences when it concerns

  3. CONSIDERAÇÕES CRÍTICAS SOBRE A ABORDAGEM QUANTIFICACIONAL DOS DEMONSTRATIVOS - ACERCA DO LIVRO DE JEFFREY KING

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    André Leclerc

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Os demonstrativos foram considerados tradicionalmente como expressões referenciais. É o que encontramos na história da filosofia desde o início da tradição gramatical ocidental que sempre tratou os demonstrativos como pronomes. A maior provocação no livro de King consiste precisamente em romper com essa tradição ao apresentar os demonstrativos complexos (“esta mesa”, “aquele homem” etc. como termos quantificados (e, portanto, termos não-referenciais. King apóia seu tratamento sobre exemplos escolhidos que parecem favorecer sua tese, como “aquele arquiteto que construiu essas pirâmides era um gênio”, quando o locutor da frase não tem nenhum alvo referencial em mente e não pode apontar para ninguém no contexto da enunciação. Mostrarei: 1 que o tratamento de King representa uma tremenda ruptura com a tradição e desconsidera as intuições de gerações e gerações de lingüistas e filósofos da linguagem; 2 que King apóia sua tese em evidências de natureza puramente sintática sem discutir metodologicamente o peso que devemos atribuir a essas evidências sintáticas nas discussões de semântica; 3 que King não leva em conta todos os dados disponíveis, forçando os dados por ele recolhidos a entrar numa mesma teoria unificada, mas, para isso, paga um preço alto: uma redundância inaceitável na semântica das expressões demonstrativas simples.

  4. Thinning Jeffrey pine stands to reduce susceptibility to bark beetle infestations in California, U.S.A.

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    Christopher J. Fettig; Christopher J. Hayes; Karen J. Jones; Stephen R. McKelvey; Sylvia L. Mori; Sheri L. Smith

    2012-01-01

    Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) are commonly recognized as important tree mortality agents in coniferous forests of the western U.S.A.High stand density is consistently associated with bark beetle infestations in western coniferous forests, and therefore, thinning has long been advocated as a...

  5. Attracting the Heart. Social Relations and the Aesthetics of Emotion in Sri Lankan Monastic Culture, Jeffrey Samuels

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Un domaine de recherche qui atteint une relative maturité se trouve pourvu d’un certain nombre de représentations sur la réalité concernée, presque des stéréotypes, qui constituent comme l’infrastructure des études désormais produites en son sein. Ainsi, les spécialistes des sociétés d’Asie du Sud et du Sud-Est où domine le bouddhisme du Theravāda (Birmanie, Cambodge, Laos, Sri Lanka et Thaïlande croient savoir ce qu’est un religieux – ce que devenir membre de la communauté monastique impliq...

  6. A construção do inimigo judeu: uma análise da obra de Jeffrey Herf

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    Karl Schurster

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Esta resenha tem por objetivo um estudo sistemático da obra Inimigo Judeu. Propaganda nazista durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial e o Holocausto, publicada em 2014 pela editora Edipro. Nosso foco está em analisar como o autor se posiciona perante a historiografia do Holocausto e em que medida sua abordagem pode ou não ser considerada singular sobre um tema de tão vasta e rica produção histórica. A obra remonta a discussão sobre a comunidade do povo, tema tão importante na agenda, tanto do regime quanto do próprio movimento nazista em si, procurando como este ideal, entendido por muitos como ideologia, construiu na comunidade judaica, o outro conveniente, o inimigo a ser combatido e eliminado. Em verdade, mais do que um livro sobre a genealogia do antissemitismo, Herf apresenta uma análise bastante localizada sobre a propaganda e as ações antijudaicas durante o desenrolar da Segunda Guerra Mundial.

  7. The influence of emerging administrative scientists: an interview with Dr Maja Djukic. Interview by Jeffrey M. Adams.

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    Djukic, Maja

    2014-01-01

    This department highlights emerging nursing leaders and scientists who have demonstrated great promise and findings in advancing innovation and patient care leadership in practice, policy, research, education and theory. This interview profiles Maja Djukic, PhD, RN, assistant professor, New York University College of Nursing.

  8. Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation effects in MHD flow of Jeffrey Nanofluid through Impermeable Surface with Heat Generation/Absorption

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    Sharma, Kalpna; Gupta, Sumit

    2017-06-01

    This paper investigates steady two dimensional flow of an incompressible magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) boundary layer flow and heat transfer of nanofluid over an impermeable surface in presence of thermal radiation and viscous dissipation. By using similarity transformation, the arising governing equations of momentum, energy and nanoparticle concentration are transformed into coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations, which are than solved by homotopy analysis method (HAM). The effect of different physical parameters, namely, Prandtl number Pr, Eckert number Ec, Magnetic parameter M, Brownian motion parameter Nb, Thermophoresis parameter Nt, Lewis parameter Le and Radiation parameter Rd on the velocity, temperature and concentration profiles along with the Nusselt number and skin friction coefficient are discussed graphically and in tabular form in details. The present results are also compared with existing limiting solutions.

  9. Journal of Biosciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. Birendra N Mallick. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 27 Issue 5 September 2002 pp 539-551 Review. Role of norepinephrine in the regulation of rapid eye movement sleep · Birendra N Mallick Sudipta Majumdar Mohd Faisal Vikas Yadav Vibha Madan Dinesh Pal.

  10. A comparative study of pectinolytic enzyme production by Bacillus ...

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    Torimiro

    2013-11-13

    Nov 13, 2013 ... exploited for the production of pectinase because micro- organisms are not influenced by climatic and seasonal factors and can be subjected to genetic and environ- mental manipulations to increase yield (Vibha and. Neelam, 2010). Microbial pectinases has been reported to account for 25% of the global ...

  11. Asundi, Dr Moodalagiri Kushalrao

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    Asundi, Dr Moodalagiri Kushalrao Ph.D. (London). Date of birth: 1 May 1930. Date of death: 1 December 2003. Specialization: Physical Metallurgy and Structural & Mechanical Properties of Materials Last known address: Consulting Metallurgist, No. 44, 'VIBHA', Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Marg, Bandra East, Mumbai 400 ...

  12. Collaborations

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    First page Back Continue Last page Graphics. Collaborations. Dr. Arundhati Mukhopadhyay Prof. Akshay Pradhan. Dr. Vibha Gupta Dr. Pradeep Burma. Dr. Y. S. Sodhi Dr Atika Chandra. Dr. N. Arumugam Dr. Indira Sivaraman. Dr. Arun Jagannath Dr. Naveen Bisht. Dr. Arvinder Kaur Dr. Panchali Bandyopadhyay ...

  13. Journal of Biosciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. Subhash C Lakhotia. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 40 Issue 2 June 2015 pp 281-297 Articles. Suppression of induced but not developmental apoptosis in Drosophila by Ayurvedic Amalaki Rasayana and Rasa-Sindoor · Vibha Dwivedi Shweta Tiwary Subhash C ...

  14. Review of dissertation "An exploratory study of the lived experiences of Japanese undergraduate EFL students in the flipped classroom" by Jeffrey Gerald Mehring

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    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available It is commonly believed that the pedagogical model of an inverted learning facilitates learning in students with somatic disorders (for example, hearing and visually impaired, who have sensory difficulties in course of a traditional lecture learning. Practice shows that this model also proved useful in teaching philological disciplines, in training of translators, managers, and psychologists in multicultural schools. As an example, the article describes the framework of the undergraduate language program "English as a Foreign Language» in the population of Japanese students as bearers of historically isolated ethnic group of languages. The article presents a psycho-pedagogical situation in which the language is initially culturally alien to trainees, but the processes of globalization urgently require language skills and communicative abilities. Readers may be interested in the description of the dynamics of the internal conditions of the students in the process of such training, the formation of conscious positive relation to contemporary educational technologies

  15. Influencing the nursing commitment to workforce satisfaction and the origins of magnet: an interview with Dr Michael Evans by Jeffrey M. Adams.

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    Evans, Michael

    2013-10-01

    This department highlights nursing leaders who have demonstrated a commitment to patient care leadership. This interview profiles Michael Evans, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Nursing and president of the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

  16. DOS MODELOS RECIENTES EN TEORÍA SOCIOLÓGICA: NIVELES DE ANÁLISIS EN A. GIDDENS Y A. JEFFREY

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    Full Text Available En este ensayo se presentan algunas reflexiones sobre los aportes de dos teóricos de la teoría sociológica contemporánea y sobre algunas posibilidades de aproximación a su necesaria reconstrucción e integración en un examen de un objeto de estudio específico. Al respecto, es necesario subrayar que la mayor parte de esta intención procura establecer niveles de integración en el plano ontológico y teórico, que en el análisis empírico subsecuente permita abrir caminos a su aplicación o complementación en un trabajo de investigación particular.

  17. Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Remote Sensing for Security Applications. By Jeffrey A. Nanzer, Artech House, 2012; 372 pages. Price £109.00, ISBN 978-1-60807-172-2

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    Full Text Available Microwave and millimeter-wave remote sensing techniques are fast becoming a necessity in many aspects of security as detection and classification of objects or intruders becomes more difficult. This groundbreaking resource offers you expert guidance in this burgeoning area. It provides you with a thorough treatment of the principles of microwave and millimeter-wave remote sensing for security applications, as well as practical coverage of the design of radiometer, radar, and imaging systems. You learn how to design active and passive sensors for intruder detection, concealed object detection, and human activity classification. This detailed book presents the fundamental concepts practitioners need to understand, including electromagnetic wave propagation in free space and in media, antenna theory, and the principles of receiver design. You find in-depth discussions on the interactions of electromagnetic waves with human tissues, the atmosphere and various building and clothing materials. This timely volume explores recently developed detection techniques, such as micro-Doppler radar signatures and correlation radiometry. The book is supported with over 200 illustrations and 1,135 equations.

  18. Imposex in Nassarius nitidus (Jeffreys, 1867) as a possible investigative tool to monitor butyltin contamination according to the Water Framework Directive: A case study in the Venice Lagoon (Italy).

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    Cacciatore, Federica; Noventa, Seta; Antonini, Camilla; Formalewicz, Malgorzata; Gion, Claudia; Berto, Daniela; Gabellini, Massimo; Brusà, Rossella Boscolo

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    Butyltin (TBT, DBT, and MBT) effects on molluscs, especially endocrine disruption in bivalves and gastropods, have been widely investigated. Imposex, the superimposition of male characters onto female gonochoristic Caenogastropods, is the most studied biological effect of TBT. TBT compounds are among the priority hazardous substances within Directives 2000/60/EC (WFD) and 2008/105/EC. The Environmental Quality Standards (EQSs) set by the WFD for TBT are quite difficult to quantify by means of chemical analysis, without the use of expensive and high performance methods. Assuming that EQSs set for TBT were derived from evidence of imposex development at very low concentrations, this specific biomarker could be used as an indirect measure of assessing levels of bioavailable BTs. Therefore, this study aims to validate the use of imposex development as an investigative tool to monitor the bioavailable fraction of BTs within the WFD, by comparing imposex levels and BT concentrations in Nassarius nitidus from the Venice Lagoon. BT concentrations and imposex levels in N. nitidus, collected in 2013, had decreased when compared to previous studies in the same area. Both VDSI and RPLI correlated positively with BT body burden in females, confirming that imposex is a valid tool to monitor bioavailable BTs. However, TBT is still a matter of concern in the Venice Lagoon, as TBT concentrations were still higher than its degradation products suggesting recent fresh TBT inputs in the studied area. To propose imposex levels as an indicator of the impact of BTs within the WFD, classification class boundaries and Ecological Quality Ratios were introduced. As a preliminary attempt, imposex levels were also compared to the OSPAR Commission EcoQOs which linked imposex levels in Nassarius reticulatus with TBT concentrations in water. Based on this comparison the degree of imposex development in the Venice Lagoon suggested that TBT concentrations in water should be over the EQS-AA concentration and, at one site, also over the EQS-MAC. From all the results obtained in this work, it appears that imposex evaluation in N. reticulatus could give information about the ecological status regarding BT compounds under the WFD and also be used to monitor their effects and support chemical analyses until more sensitive methods become available. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  19. Attractant and disruptant semiochemicals for Dendroctonus jeffreyi (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae)

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    Brian Strom; Smith S.L.; Brownie C.

    2013-01-01

    Jeffrey pine, Pinus jeffreyi Greville and Balfour, is a dominant yellow pine and important overstory component of forests growing on diverse sites from southwestern Oregon to Baja California to western Nevada. The Jeffrey pine beetle, Dedroctonus jeffreyi Hopkins (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), is monophagous on Jeffrey...

  20. Econometric Analysis Suggests Possible Crowding Out of Public Libraries by Book Superstores among Middle Income Families in the 1990s. A review of: Hemmeter, Jeffrey A. “Household Use of Public Libraries and Large Bookstores.” Library & Information Science Research 28.4 (Sept. 2006: 595–616.

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    Full Text Available Objective – To determine the effect of large bookstores (defined as those having 20 or more employees on household library use. Design – Econometric analysis using crosssectional data sets. Setting – The United States of America. Subjects – People in over 55,000 households across the U.S.A. Methods – Data from three 1996 studies were examined using logit and multinomial logit estimation procedures: the NationalCenter for Education Statistics’ National Household Education Survey (NHES and Public Library Survey (PLS, and the U.S. Census Bureau’s County Business Patterns (CBP. The county level results of the NHEStelephone survey were merged with the county level data from the PLS and the CBP. Additionally, data on Internet use at the state level from the Statistical Abstract of the United States were incorporated into the data set. A logit regression model was used to estimate probability of library use based on several independent variables, evaluated at the mean. Main results – In general, Hemmeter found that "with regard to the impact of large bookstores on household library use, largebookstores do not appear to have an effect on overall library use among the general population” (613. While no significant changes in general library use were found among high and low income households where more large bookstores were present, nor in the population taken as a whole, middle income households (between $25,000 and $50,000 in annual income showed notable declines in library use in these situations. These effects were strongest in the areas of borrowing (200% less likely and recreational purposes (161%, but were also present in workrelated use and job searching. Hemmeter also writes that “poorer households use the library more often for job search purposes. The probability of library use for recreation,work, and consumer information increases as income increases. This effect diminishes as households get richer” (611. Finally, home ownership was also correlated with higher library use. Households with children were more than 20% more likely to use the library (610. Their use of the library for school‐related purposes, general borrowing, program activities, and so on was not affected by thepresence of book superstores. White families with children were somewhat less likely to use the library, while families with higherearning and education levels were more likely to use the library. Library use also increased with the number of children in thefamily. Shorter distances to the nearest branch and a higher proportion of AV materials were also predictive of higher library use. Educational level was another important factor, with those having less than high school completion being significantly less likely to use the library than those with higher levels of educational attainment. Conclusion – The notable decline in public library use among middle income households where more large bookstores are present is seen as an important threat to libraries, as it may result in a decline in general support and support for funding among an important voting block. More current data are needed in this area. Inaddition to the type of information examined in this study, the author recommends the inclusion of information on funding, support for library referenda, and library quality as they relate to the presence of large bookstores.

  1. Undergraduates Prefer Federated Searching to Searching Databases Individually. A Review of: Belliston, C. Jeffrey, Jared L. Howland, & Brian C. Roberts. “Undergraduate Use of Federated Searching: A Survey of Preferences and Perceptions of Value-Added Functionality.” College & Research Libraries 68.6 (Nov. 2007: 472-86.

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    Genevieve Gore

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Objective – To determine whether use offederated searching by undergraduates saves time, meets their information needs, is preferred over searching databases individually, and provides results of higher quality. Design – Crossover study.Setting – Three American universities, all members of the Consortium of Church Libraries & Archives (CCLA: BYU (Brigham Young University, a large research university; BYUH (Brigham Young University – Hawaii, a small baccalaureate college; and BYUI (Brigham Young University – Idaho, a large baccalaureate collegeSubjects – Ninety-five participants recruited via e-mail invitations sent to a random sample of currently enrolled undergraduates at BYU, BYUH, and BYUI.Methods – Participants were given written directions to complete a literature search for journal articles on two biology-related topics using two search methods: 1. federated searching with WebFeat® (implemented in the same way for this study at the three universities and 2. a hyperlinked list of databases to search individually. Both methods used the same set of seven databases. Each topic was assigned in random order to one of the two search methods, also assigned in random order, for a total of two searches per participant. The time to complete the searches was recorded. Students compiled their list of citations, which were later normalized and graded. To analyze the quality of the citations, one quantitative rubric was created by librarians and one qualitative rubric was approved by a faculty member at BYU. The librarian-created rubric included the journal impact factor (from ISI’s Journal Citation Reports®, the proportion of citations from peer-reviewed journals (determined from Ulrichsweb.com™ to total citations, and the timeliness of the articles. The faculty-approved rubric included three criteria: relevance to the topic, quality of the individual citations (good quality: primary research results, peer-reviewed sources, and number of citations. Data were then analysed using ANOVA and MANOVA. Finally, librarians at the ACRL 13th NationalConference Presentation were polled about their perceptions of the time savings of federated searching, whether the method meets undergraduates’ information needs, undergraduate preference for searching, and the quality of citations found.Main Results – Seventy percent of all participants preferred federated searching. For all schools combined, there was nostatistically significant difference between the average time taken using federated searching (20.34 minutes vs. non-federated searching (22.72 minutes. For all schools combined, there was a statistically significant difference in satisfaction of results favouring federated searching (5.59/7 vs. 4.80/7 for non-federated searching, α = .05. According to the librarian-created rubric, citations retrieved from federated searching were a statistically significant 6% lower in quality than citations retrieved from non-federated searching (α = .05. The faculty-approved rubric did not detect a difference in the quality of the citations retrieved using the 2 methods. Librarians’ perceptions as assessed at the ACRL 13thNational Conference Presentation generally matched the authors’findings.Conclusion – Overall, students in this study preferred federated searching, were more satisfied with the results of federated searching, and saved time (although the savings were not statistically significant. The quality of citations retrieved via both methods was judged to be similar. The study provides useful information for librarians interested in users’ experiences and perceptions of federated searching, and indicates future studies worth conducting.

  2. A new measure for the revised reinforcement sensitivity theory: psychometric criteria and genetic validation

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    Reuter, Martin; Cooper, Andrew J; Smillie, Luke D; Markett, Sebastian; Montag, Christian

    2015-01-01

    Jeffrey Gray's Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST) represents one of the most influential biologically-based personality theories describing individual differences in approach and avoidance tendencies...

  3. A new measurement for the revised reinforcement sensitivity theory: psychometric criteria and genetic validation

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    Martin eReuter; Andrew John Cooper; Luke D Smillie; Sebastian eMarkett; Christian eMontag

    2015-01-01

    Jeffrey Gray’s Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST) represents one of the most influential biologically-based personality theories describing individual differences in approach and avoidance tendencies...

  4. 77 FR 14057 - Gregory B. Cundiff, Connie Cundiff, CGX, Inc. and Ironhorse Resources, Inc.; Continuance in...

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    2012-03-08

    ... Class III rail carriers: Rio Valley Switching Company; Southern Switching Company; Mississippi Tennessee.... Campbell, Director, Office of Proceedings. Jeffrey Herzig, Clearance Clerk. BILLING CODE 4915-01-P ...

  5. Type-Based Automated Verification of Authenticity in Asymmetric Cryptographic Protocols

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    Dahl, Morten; Kobayashi, Naoki; Sun, Yunde

    2011-01-01

    Gordon and Jeffrey developed a type system for verification of asymmetric and symmetric cryptographic protocols. We propose a modified version of Gordon and Jeffrey's type system and develop a type inference algorithm for it, so that protocols can be verified automatically as they are, without any...

  6. Office of Naval Research Graduate Fellowship Program

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    1994-07-29

    202)986-8500 0 Fax: (202)265-8504 April 15, 1993 MEMORANDUM To: Bursar’s Office From: Jeffrey P. Jarosz, Program Mananger , Projects Department Subject...Best of luck in your studies and career, and keep in touch! Yours truly, Jeffrey P. Jarosz Program Mananger Projects Department PS One other thing

  7. Combat Ration Network for Technology Implementation (CORANET II) Knurled Seal Heat Bar

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    2010-08-01

    Principal Investigator: Jeffrey S. Canavan Co-Principal Investigator: H.B. Bruins TEL: 732-445-6130 FAX: 732-445-6145 5(3257𔃼&80(17... Canavan Mr. Henderikus B. Bruins Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey The Center for Advanced Food Technology School of Enviromental and...Jeffrey Canavan 732-445-6130 3 INDEX 1. Results and Accomplishments

  8. Xylem monoterpenes of some hard pines of Western North America: three studies

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    Richard H. Smith

    1982-01-01

    Monoterpene composition was studied in a number of hard pine species and results were compared with earlier work. (1) Intratree measurements showed strong constancy of composition in both single-stemmed and forked trees of ponderosa, Jeffrey, Coulter, and Jeffrey x ponderosa pines. In grafts of these and other pines, the scion influenced the root stock, but not the...

  9. Organizational Excellence: Three Keys to the Centralization/Decentralization Debate

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    2012-02-15

    Manpower and Organization, 16 March 2011, 2. 3Ibid, 2. 4Edward J. Conlon, Richard L. Daft , Jeffrey S. Austin and Lawrence O. Short, “A Field Study of...1951. Conlon, Edward J., Richard L. Daft , Jeffrey S. Austin and Lawrence O. Short, “A Field Study of Air Force Organizations.” Research Report no

  10. Evaluation of Genomic Instability in the Abnormal Prostate

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    2007-12-01

    Jeffrey K Griffith, Ph D CONTRACTING ORGANIZATION: University of New Mexico...Jeffrey K Griffith, Ph D 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT...NUMBER University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center 915 Camino De Salud , NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131-5221 9. SPONSORING

  11. Design Heuristics in Academic, Corporate, and Military Instruction: More Similar than Different

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    York, Cindy S.; Ertmer, Peggy A.

    2013-01-01

    Despite the fact that the practice of instructional design (ID) began in the U. S. military (Branson et al., 1975; Jeffrey & Bratton-Jeffrey, 2004; Reiser, 2102), there is little known regarding which design and development heuristics military instructional designers deem important to the ID process. The study reported in this article was…

  12. Measures of Effectiveness for Non-Lethal Weapons: Aligning Behavioral Experiments with Operational Success

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    2015-01-01

    Eastern exit: The noncombatant evacuation operation (NEO) from Mogadishu, Somalia, in January 1991 ( CRM 91-211). Alexandria, VA: Center for Naval...Measures of Effectiveness for Non- Lethal Weapons: Aligning Behavioral Experiments with Operational Success Shelley Cazares James Belanich Jeffrey A...Weapons: Aligning Behavioral Experiments with Operational Success Shelley Cazares, James Belanich, Jeffrey A. Snyder, P. M. Picucci, Jenny R. Holzer

  13. Narvas avati Eesti esimene raamatukogu innovatsioonilabor / Maritsa Ort

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    Ort, Maritsa

    2015-01-01

    16. aprillil avati Narva Keskraamatukogus USA suursaadik Jeffrey D. Levine osalusel Eesti esimene raamatukogu innovatsioonilabor MakerLab, mille eesmärgiks on tasuta innovaatiliste töötubade kaudu edendada ja toetada Narva elanike ettevõtlusaktiivsust

  14. Film Review Jerusalema (2008) | Hees | Journal of the Musical Arts ...

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    Cinematographer: Nic Hofmeyer. Original Music: Alan Ari Lazar. Cast: Rapulana Seiphemo, Ronnie Nyakale, Jeffrey Zekele, Kenneth Nkosi, helley Meskin, Robert Hobbs, Eugene Khumbanyiwa, Jafta Mamabolo, Motlatsi Mahloko. Approx 120 min. Distributor: Next Video, Fountain Grove, 5 Second Street, Hyde Park.

  15. Cell culture's spider silk road.

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    Perkel, Jeffrey

    2014-06-01

    A number of synthetic and natural materials have been tried in cell culture and tissue engineering applications in recent years. Now Jeffrey Perkel takes a look at one new culture component that might surprise you-spider silk.

  16. 76 FR 55909 - Ocean Transportation Intermediary License; Applicants

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    2011-09-09

    ... Type: New NVO & OFF License. M & D Global Logistics, Inc. (NVO), 2211 S. Hacienda Blvd., Suite 200D, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745, Officers: Jeffrey Wu, Treasurer/CFO/ Director (Qualifying Individual), Bofei...

  17. Aasta parimad ja halvimad juhid: vaprad hoidsid kurssi, paar tähte kustus

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    2005-01-01

    USA majandusajakirja BusinessWeek poolt läbi viidud uuringu andmetel olid 2004. aasta parimad juhid Jeffrey Immelt (General Electric) ja Steven Reinemund (PepsiCo) ning halvimad juhid Raymond Gilmartin (Merck) ja Michael Eisner (Walt Disney)

  18. Tobacco Control in Africa

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    . Edited by. Jeffrey Drope. image. Anthem Press. An imprint of Wimbledon Publishing Company. www.anthempress.com. This edition first published in UK and USA 2011 by ANTHEM PRESS 75-76 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8HA, UK

  19. 78 FR 20613 - Ochoco National Forest, Paulina Ranger District; Oregon; Wolf Creek Vegetation and Fuels...

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    2013-04-05

    ... analyze the effects of managing vegetation and fuels within the 24,506 acre Wolf project area, which is... INFORMATION CONTACT: Jeffrey Marszal, Project Leader at 3160 NE Third Street, Prineville, Oregon 97754, or at...

  20. Editorial-Sharing Clinical Trial Data: A Proposal from the ...

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    Darren B Taichman, Joyce Backus, Christopher Baethge, Howard Bauchner, Peter W de Leeuw, Jeffrey M Drazen, John Fletcher, Frank A Frizelle, Trish Groves, Abraham Haileamlak, Astrid James, Christine Laine, Larry Peiperl, Anja Pinborg, Peush Sahni, Sinan Wu ...

  1. Suit Simulator (S3) for Partial Gravity EVA Experimentation and Training Project

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — Aurora Flight Sciences, along with MIT consultants Professor Dava Newman and Professor Jeffrey Hoffman, propose to develop an EVA space suit simulator for use in...

  2. OPTIMAL PARTITIONS OF DATA IN HIGHER DIMENSIONS

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — OPTIMAL PARTITIONS OF DATA IN HIGHER DIMENSIONS BRADLEY W. JACKSON*, JEFFREY D. SCARGLE, AND CHRIS CUSANZA, DAVID BARNES, DENNIS KANYGIN, RUSSELL SARMIENTO, SOWMYA...

  3. 77 FR 47424 - Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee

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    2012-08-08

    ... for the September 12, 2012, Committee meeting is as follows: (1) Introduction; (2) Remarks from Coast Guard Leadership, Mr. Jeffrey Lantz, Director of Commercial Regulations and Standards; (3) Introduction...

  4. 77 FR 73114 - BNSF Railway Company-Temporary Trackage Rights Exemption-Union Pacific Railroad Company

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    2012-12-07

    ... FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Scott M. Zimmerman, (202) 245-0386. ] [Assistance for the hearing impaired is..., 2012. By the Board, Rachel D. Campbell, Director, Office of Proceedings. Jeffrey Herzig, Clearance...

  5. Experiment list: SRX032877 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available ider=Dr. Jeffrey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns. 2004 Dec;5(2):193-208. Immunohistochem...ical localization of Foxa1 and Foxa2 in mouse embryos and adult tissues. Besnard V,

  6. Research Area 3 - Mathematical Sciences: Multiscale Modeling of the Mechanics of Advanced Energetic Materials Relevant to Detonation Prediction

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    2015-08-24

    Michael Pernice, , John Bell,, Jed Brown , , Alain Clo, , Jeffrey Connors, , Emil Constantinescu, , Don Estep,, Kate Evans, , Charbel Farhat, , Ammar...Hakim, , Glenn Hammond, , Glen Hansen,, Judith Hill, , Tobin Isaac, , Xiangmin Jiao, , Kirk Jordan, , Dinesh Kaushik,, Efthimios Kaxiras, , Alice Koniges

  7. Engraftment of Bone Marrow Progenitor Cells in a Rat Model of Asbestos-Induced Pulmonary Fibrosis

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    Spees, Jeffrey L; Pociask, Derek A; Sullivan, Deborah E; Whitney, Mandolin J; Lasky, Joseph A; Prockop, Darwin J; Brody, Arnold R

    2007-01-01

    ...; and 4 Department of Molecular Biological Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina Correspondence and requests for reprints should be addressed to Jeffrey L. Spees, Ph.D...

  8. Experiment list: SRX032883 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available GAI) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 || antibody provider=Dr. Jeff...rey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns. 2

  9. Experiment list: SRX032886 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available antibody provider=Dr. Jeffrey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns....(GAII) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 ||

  10. Experiment list: SRX032884 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available antibody provider=Dr. Jeffrey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns....(GAII) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 ||

  11. Experiment list: SRX032881 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available GAI) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 || antibody provider=Dr. Jeff...rey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns. 2

  12. Experiment list: SRX032885 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available GAI) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 || antibody provider=Dr. Jeff...rey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns. 2

  13. Experiment list: SRX032882 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available GAI) source_name=Homogenized Mouse Liver || strain=CD1 || cell type=Liver tissue || chip antibody=FOXA2 || antibody provider=Dr. Jeff...rey Whitsett || antibody reference=Gene Expr Patterns. 2

  14. Covers of two Time, April 30, 2007 magazines

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    2008-01-01

    Front cover includes photographs of victims; "Campus Massacre: Tragedy in Blacksburg", by: Nancy Gibbs, page 36. "Faces of the Fallen: Victims of that Day", page 42. "Psychology: What Creates a Killer?" By: Jeffrey Kluger, page 54.

  15. 76 FR 3610 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Annual Survey of State and Local Government...

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    2011-01-20

    ... copies of the information collection instrument(s) and instructions should be directed to Jeff Barnett..., Washington, DC 20233-6800 (or via the Internet at Jeffrey.L.Barnett@census.gov ). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION...

  16. Identiteet ja migratsioon / Francis Fukuyama

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    Fukuyama, Francis

    2007-01-01

    Autor peab islamiäärmuslust immigrantide identiteedikriisi ilminguks ning arutleb identiteedipoliitika olemuse ja tuleviku üle Euroopa ja Ameerika postmodernses multikultuurilises ühiskonnas. Vt. samas: Jeffrey Goldstein: Euroopa ja USA - konkurendid või partnerid

  17. General Electric : Immelt surve all / Jena McGregor

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    McGregor, Jena

    2008-01-01

    Ettevõtte General Electric juht Jeffrey R. Immelt võitleb selle nimel, et taastada usaldus firma vastu, kuna laenukriis ja kehvad aktsiahinnad on tekitanud olukorra, kus investorid avaldavad suurt survet ettevõtte juhile. Lisa: GE kindralid

  18. Artificial Pancreas for Control of BG and Insulin Levels in Hospitalized Patients with Diabetes and Stress Hyperglycemia

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    Joseph, Jeffrey I

    2007-01-01

    ... with Diabetes and Stress Hyperglycemia , (Principal Investigator: Jeffrey Joseph, DO; Award Number: W81XWH-04-1-0004). The original tasks set forth in the statement of work for this research project are given in Table 1...

  19. Balts react to anti-NATO magazine article / Andris Straumanis

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    Straumanis, Andris

    2002-01-01

    Moskva korrespondent Jeffrey Tayler kirjutas Ameerika ajalehes The Atlantic Monthly artikli venelaste diskrimineerimisest Balti riikides ja et sellepärast ei peaks Eestit, Leedut ja Lätit NATO-sse võtma

  20. Potential Technologies for Assessing Risk Associated with a Mesoscale Forecast

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    2015-10-01

    Forecast by Patrick A Haines, Jeffrey A Smith, Mark R Hjelmfelt, William J Capehart, and James L Cogan Approved for...OCT 2015 US Army Research Laboratory Potential Technologies for Assessing Risk Associated with a Mesoscale Forecast by Patrick A... Forecast 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Patrick A Haines, Jeffrey A Smith, Mark R Hjelmfelt, William

  1. Low-Loss Materials for Josephson Qubits

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    2014-10-09

    Campbell, Y. Chen, Z. Chen, B. Chiaro, A. Dunsworth, I.-C. Hoi, E. Jeffrey, C. Neill , P. J. J. O’Malley, J. Mutus, C. Quintana, P. Roushan, D. Sank, J...Mutus, Peter O’Malley, Charles Neill , Pedram Roushan, Daniel Sank, Amit Vainsencher, James Wenner, Theodore White, Andrew Cleland, John Martinis...Kelly, A. Megrant, A. Veitia, D. Sank, E. Jeffrey, T. White, J. Mutus, A. Fowler, B. Campbell, Y. Chen, Z. Chen, B. Chiaro, A. Dunsworth, C. Neill , P

  2. The Covert Use of the Global Special Operations Network and the Militarization of Covert Action in Political Warfare and the Gray Zone

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    2017-06-09

    degree MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE Strategic Studies by JEFFREY M. NEPHEW, MAJ, USA B.A., University of Maryland, College...6. AUTHOR(S) Jeffrey M. Nephew, MAJ, USA 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S...used to either artificially inflate or deflate an economy to either prop it up, or disrupt and render it defunct. Covert influence or “Black

  3. Future Integrated Architecture (FIA): A Proposed Space Internetworking Architecture for Future Operations

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    2008-09-01

    ARCHITECTURE (FIA): A PROPOSED SPACE INTERNETWORKING ARCHITECTURE FOR FUTURE OPERATIONS by Jeffrey M. Nelson September 2008 Thesis...REPORT DATE September 2008 3. REPORT TYPE AND DATES COVERED Master’s Thesis 4. THESIS TITLE AND SUB-TITLE Future Integrated Architecture (FIA): A...Proposed Space Internetworking Architecture for Future Operations 6. AUTHOR(S) Jeffrey M Nelson 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION

  4. Reforming Military Command Arrangements: The Case of the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force

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    2011-03-01

    protected. Organizational theory has identified actions that organizations normally pursue or avoid in order to increase—or at least preserve—their...thesis. See note 1 for details. 85 179. Jeffrey W. Taliaferro, Steven E. Lobell, and Norrin M. Ripsman, “Introduction: Neoclassical Realism, the State...and For- eign Policy,” in Steven E. Lobell, Norrin M. Ripsman and Jeffrey W. Taliaferro, eds., Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Poli- cy

  5. Defense Acquisition Research Journal. Volume 22, Number 4, Issue 75, October 2015

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    2015-10-01

    Nicholas J. Ross Online-only Article Balancing Incentives and Risks in Performance- Based Contracts Maj Christopher P. Gardner, USAF, Jeffrey A. Ogden, Lt...Defense Acquisition Research Journal. p. Balancing Incentives and Risks in Performance-Based Contracts Maj Christopher P. Gardner, USAF, Jeffrey A...journal. • Get promoted or rewarded. • Become part of a focus group sharing similar interests. • Become a nationally recognized expert in your field

  6. Determining Optimal Machine Replacement Events with Periodic Inspection Intervals

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    2013-03-01

    Steven M. Cox. “Stochastic Models for Degradation- Based Reliability”, IIE Transactions , 37:533–542, 2005. [8] Kharoufeh, Jeffrey P., Daniel E...Kharoufeh, Jeffrey P., Christopher J. Solo, and M. Yasin Ulukus. “Semi-Markov Models for Degredation-Based Reliability”, IIE Transactions , 42:599–612...Prognostic Degradation Models for Computing and Updating Residual Life Distributions in Time-Varying Environments”, IEEE Transactions on

  7. The More We Are Together, The Happier We Are: Peer Music in Mental Health Treatment in Zimbabwe

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    Jeffrey Robert Angell; Ruth Verhey

    2015-01-01

    Ruth Verhey is a clinical psychologist involved in developing and running the Friendship Bench, a comprehensive, group based mental healthcare initiative in Harare, Zimbabwe. In 2013, she invited Jeffrey Angell, a music therapist from New York City, to facilitate one of weekly Zeebag support groups at Harare Hospital. The Zeebag group is comprised of eight women who suffer from depression. The essay provides Jeffrey's first person accounts of this experience, as well as describing the musi...

  8. The Use of Private Security by the United Kingdom and the Subsequent Impacts on Operational Planning

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    2014-05-22

    framework of microeconomics and the market interactions within a monopsony to explain the use of PMCs in Iraq by the British and seeks to build empirical...Publication (JSP) 830, Manual of Service Law, (London, Minestry of Defence, 2013), 1:1-3-11. 20Jeffrey Perloff, Microeconomics , 2nd ed. (Boston, MA: Addison...Jeffrey Perloff suggests that microeconomic models help explain economic decisions and how they allow us to make predictions.38 He

  9. Geostationary Space Launch Vehicles and the U.S. Dilemma

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    1994-06-17

    low rates to both low-Earth and GTO, using the Energia . However, the Energia has flown only two LEO missions, one in 1987 and the other in 1988."s U.S...Information Group: Surrey, UK), 1993, p. 7. 15. Lenorovitz, Jeffrey M. "NPO Energia Assures Users of Heavy Booster’s Viability." Aviation Week...Lenorovitz, Jeffrey. " Energia Gains U.S. Backing for Signal Satellite System." Aiion Week & Space Technology, February 28, 1994, pp. 55-56. Lenorovitz

  10. Current Injection Pumping of Organic Light Emitters

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    1989-09-28

    MOT-OOO1AF I Current Injection Pumping of Organic Light Emitters Prepared by DI Jeffrey C. Buchholz E L ri: 8 James P. Stec OCT C "t989 Mary C...Schutte Micro -Optics Technologies, Inc. 8608 University Green #5 Middleton, WI 53562 28 September 1989 D,:?UqflON SA2". N’.’ _ Disuibunon Uanu-ted Contract...Title Report Date Current Injection Pumping of Organic Light Emitters 28 September 1989 Authors Jeffrey C. Buchholz, James P. Stec, Mary C. Schutte

  11. Essentials of Systems Analysis and Design

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    Kotzab, Herbert

    2010-01-01

    Book review of: Essentials of Systems Analysis and Design: An international version / Joseph V. Valacich, Joey F. George and Jeffrey A. Hoffer. ( Pearson Education Int., 4th edition, 2009. 464 pages. ISBN: 978-0-13-506984-4; 0-13-506984-X)......Book review of: Essentials of Systems Analysis and Design: An international version / Joseph V. Valacich, Joey F. George and Jeffrey A. Hoffer. ( Pearson Education Int., 4th edition, 2009. 464 pages. ISBN: 978-0-13-506984-4; 0-13-506984-X)...

  12. Breast Cancer Training Program

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    2005-08-01

    Tumors Dr. James Mule University of Michigan Medical Center Tumor Vaccines Dr. Jeffrey Weber University of Southern California, Clinical Immunotherapy...R., Merino, M., Rehm, S., Russo, J., Tavassoli, F., Wakefield , L., Ward, J., Green, J. (2000). The mammary pathology of genetically engineered mice

  13. Government agencies' need for data on ozone injury to western pines

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    Brent Takemoto; Trent Procter

    1996-01-01

    Since the 1970?s, researchers from the USDA Forest Service and USDI National Park Service have conducted field surveys to measure the presence or absence, amount, and changes of ozone-caused injury to ponderosa and Jeffrey pines (Pronos and others 1978, Pronos and Vogler 1981, Stolte and others 1992). However, differences in measurement protocols among studies and the...

  14. Plastic deformation

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    Sitter, de L.U.

    1937-01-01

    § 1. Plastic deformation of solid matter under high confining pressures has been insufficiently studied. Jeffreys 1) devotes a few paragraphs to deformation of solid matter as a preface to his chapter on the isostasy problem. He distinguishes two properties of solid matter with regard to its

  15. Digital Interactions in Developing Countries : An Economic Perspective

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    James, M.J.

    2013-01-01

    Jeffrey James is one of the relatively few academics to have systematically taken on the topic of IT and development. In this timely book he undertakes a methodological critique of prominent topics in the debate. Challenging the existing literature by international and governmental institutions, the

  16. Defense AT&L (Volume 36, Number 5, September-October 2007)

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    2007-10-01

    2,000 cash award. The U.S. Naval Academy was awarded the Harriet Taylor Ethics Essay Prize and a $500 cash award. Spotlight on DAU Learning Resources...AFB, Texas. • Outstanding contribution to the Small Business Pro- gram by a Contracting Individual is Jeffrey Jacob of the 88th Contracting Squadron

  17. Does raking basal duff affect tree growth rates or mortality?

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    Erin Noonan-Wright; Sharon M. Hood; Danny R. Cluck

    2010-01-01

    Mortality and reduced growth rates due to raking accumulated basal duff were evaluated for old, large-diameter ponderosa and Jeffrey pine trees on the Lassen National Forest, California. No fire treatments were included to isolate the effect of raking from fire. Trees were monitored annually for 5 years after the raking treatment for mortality and then cored to measure...

  18. Broadband Adoption and Poverty: Evidence and New Research ...

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    Broadband Adoption and Poverty: Evidence and New Research Directions from Latin America. Development luminaries like Jeffrey Sachs and Muhammad Yunus espouse the importance of broadband networks for promoting development. But where's the evidence to support the theory? Despite a strong national and ...

  19. The glorification and critique of power in songs and hymns of ...

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    2017-02-24

    Feb 24, 2017 ... In the book Imperialism and Musicby Jeffrey Richards, John M. MacKenzie writes in the introduction: Music is more than the food of love. ... lyrics as to the images of power and powerlessness they contain and how this reflects ..... particular brand of evangelicalism and anti-Catholicism. The victories over the.

  20. Human Systems Engineering and Program Success - A Retrospective Content Analysis

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    2016-01-01

    generic program. It is not intended to reflect the time dedicated to associated phase activity. LEGEND : = Decision Point CDD = Capability Development...Beverly G. Knapp. Also, Dr. Holly A. H. Handley and Jeffrey Thomas provided techniques, data, and advice. Former col- leagues Susan Archer, Chris Plott

  1. Computational model on pulsatile flow of blood through a tapered ...

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    An unsteady two-fluid model of blood flow through a tapered arterial stenosis with variable viscosity in the presence of variable magnetic field has been analysed in the present paper. In this article, blood in the core region is assumed to obey the law of Jeffrey fluid and plasma in the peripheral layer is assumed to be ...

  2. A forest health inventory assessment of red fir (Abies magnifica) in upper montane California

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    Leif Mortenson; Andrew N. Gray; David C. Shaw

    2015-01-01

    We investigated the forest health of red fir (Abies magnifica) and how it compared with commonly-associated species Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi), lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) and white fir (Abies concolor) in the upper montane forests of California. We evaluated tree mortality rates...

  3. Books | Page 7 | IDRC - International Development Research Centre

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    Tobacco use in Sub-Saharan Africa is growing rapidly as a result of strong economic growth and the aggressive marketing tactics of tobacco multinationals. Editor(s): Jeffrey Drope. Publisher(s): Anthem Press, IDRC. ISBN: 9780857287830. The Custodians of Biodiversity: Sharing Access to and Benefits of Genetic ...

  4. Analysis of Over-the-Horizon Tactical Communications in an Immature Theater

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    Supplement (August 2009): 32, 36. 24B. Rama Rao, Jeffrey M. Elloian, E. N. Rosario , and R. J. Davis, “Ferrite Loaded UHF Sleeve Monopole Integrated With a...Created by author. In table 3, established technologies and systems are highlighted in green . Emerging and future systems are amber. The...

  5. WIRED magazine announces rave awards nominees

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    WIRED Magazine has anounced the nominees for its fourth annual WIRED Rave Awards, celebrating innovation and the individuals transforming commerce and culture. Jeffrey Hangst of the University of Aarhus has been nominated in the science category, for his work on the ATHENA Experiment, CERN (1/2 page).

  6. 75 FR 60749 - Policy on Payment System Risk

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    2010-10-01

    ... revisions explicitly recognize the role of the central bank in providing intraday credit to healthy... Director (202) 452-2360, Susan Foley, Deputy Associate Director (202) 452-3596, or Jeffrey Walker, Manager... system, while also helping to mitigate credit exposures of the Federal Reserve Banks (Reserve Banks) from...

  7. Dynamics of sex expression and chromosome diversity in ...

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    since chromosome morphology represents structural, numer- ical, organizational ... possibly has interesting cytogenetic features to clarify phylo- ...... bitaceae) from India inferred from ITS sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA. Phytomorphology 59, 127–140. Anmin L. and Jeffrey C. 2011a Herpetospermum Wallich ex J. D..

  8. Comment on Brent Beal's and Heather Olson Beal's "Rethinking the Market Metaphor: School Choice, the Common Good, and the National Football League"

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    Bast, Joseph L.

    2013-01-01

    In their article "Rethinking the Market Metaphor: School Choice, the Common Good, and the National Football League," Brent D. Beal and Heather K. Olson Beal (this issue) promise to update some of the arguments made by Jeffrey R. Henig (1994) and add an interesting twist by proposing the National Football League (NFL) as a possible…

  9. Defense Science Board 2005 Summer Study on Transformation: A Progress Assessment. Volume 2. Supporting Reports

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    America – Robert M. Walker, Senior VP - Plexus Scientific MARCH 23, 2005 – Dr. Jeffrey Nadaner, Deputy Asst SecDef, Stability Ops – ADM Dennis Blair...control regimen has resisted reform efforts and is even more restrictive today. The technology control process locks U.S. suppliers out of

  10. Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on DoD Energy Strategy, "More Fight - Less Fuel"

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    2008-02-01

    Civil Engineer, HQAF CDR Brad Hancock, USN ODUSD (Installations and Environment) DOD ENERGY...Robert Liebech Boeing GE Aviation: More Efficient Turbine Engines and Alternate Fuels Discussion Mr. Brad Buswell Mr. Bill Dwyer Mr. Steve...Energy Buildings Dr. Paul Torcellini NREL The Renewable Resource Mr. Steve Wilcox NREL Technology and Site Selection Tools Mr. Jeffrey Dominick NREL

  11. Digital Citizenship in the Curriculum

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    Krutka, Daniel G.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.

    2017-01-01

    "If education is to be a safeguard of democracy, then recent events suggest tweets and other social media must be part of curriculum," write Daniel G. Krutka and Jeffrey P. Carpenter. In this article, the authors argue that teaching citizenship also requires teaching with and about social media. They provide a framework for educators to…

  12. 75 FR 34186 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; BATS Exchange, Inc.; EDGA Exchange, Inc.; EDGX Exchange, Inc...

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    ... June 3, 2010 (CCMC Letter''); Letter from Jeffrey W. Rubin, American Bar Association Business Law... May 25, 2010 (``Angel Letter''); Letter from Larry Harris, USC Marshall School of Business, to..., Business Roundtable to Elizabeth M. Murphy, Secretary, Commission, dated June 3, 2010 (``Business...

  13. Day Late, Dollar Short: The Next Generation and the New Academy.

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    Herman, Peter C., Ed.

    The chapters of this book explore how recent changes in university culture and administration have affected and will continue to affect the next generation of literacy critics. Following an introduction, 60s Theory/90s Practice by Peter C. Herman, the chapters are: (1) The Posttheory Generation (Jeffrey Williams); (2) Stars, Tenure, and the Death…

  14. Teaching Matters: Observations on Teacher Evaluations

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    Hibler, David W.; Snyder, Jeffrey Aaron

    2015-01-01

    In this essay, the authors reflect on the ongoing teacher effectiveness debate. W. David Hibler is an experienced language arts teacher, who has taught in public high schools and middle schools in Alaska, North Carolina, and New York City. Jeffrey Aaron Snyder is a historian of education who writes about schooling in the twentieth-century United…

  15. Adolescent Learning and the Internet: Implications for School Leadership and Student Engagement in Learning

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    Strom, Paris; Strom, Robert; Wing, Charlotte; Beckert, Troy

    2010-01-01

    Many teenagers are more skilled in using tools of technology for learning than the adults who guide their education. The Center for a Digital Future at the University of Southern California administers annual surveys to track the impact of online technology. Jeffrey Cole, center director, reports that adolescents consider the Internet to be their…

  16. Reality Checks: The state of civil society organizations in Ethiopia ...

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    Regarding the history of CSOs in Ethiopia, Jeffrey Clark (2000:4) stated that civil associations began to emerge in Ethiopia around the 1930s and a law to regulate these groups was passed in 1960 but during this period both national and international NGOs began to appear. The 1973-74 and 1984-1985 famines increased ...

  17. Programme d'économie environnementale de l'Amérique latine et ...

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    Cette subvention vise à aider une nouvelle génération de dirigeants d'Amérique latine à mieux comprendre comment améliorer la gestion des ressources naturelles et, ... Development luminaries like Jeffrey Sachs and Muhammad Yunus espouse the importance of broadband networks for promoting development.

  18. Beyond the Corporate University: Culture and Pedagogy in the New Millennium.

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    Giroux, Henry A., Ed.; Myrsiades, Kostas, Ed.

    The chapters in this collection show how and why the critical functions of democratically informed civic education must become the core of the universitys mission. Part 1, "Higher Education and the Politics of Corporate Culture," contains; (1) "Franchising the University" (Jeffrey J. Williams); (2) "Vocationalizing Higher Education: Schooling and…

  19. 75 FR 7227 - Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act Provisions; Application for Exempted...

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    ... of serious injury or death of large whales due to incidental entanglement in U.S. commercial fishing... Fisheries Cooperative Management Act Provisions; Application for Exempted Fishing Permits (EFPs) AGENCY... is for testing of fixed fishing gear with no vertical lines on the northern edge of Jeffrey's Ledge...

  20. EDJJ Notes. Volume 3, Number 2

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    Gagnon, Joe, Ed.

    2004-01-01

    This issue of "EDJJ Notes" contains the following articles: (1) "In the News: The Policy of Prosecuting Juvenile Offenders as Adults: A Summary of Key Issues" (Jeffrey M. Poirier); (2) "Youth Transition from a Secure Care Facility" (Megan McGlynn); and (3) "Research to Practice: Self-Management" (Part II of…

  1. Agent-Based Simulation and Analysis of a Defensive UAV Swarm Against an Enemy UAV Swarm

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    2011-06-01

    energy options” [10]. The research of swarm robotics derives much of its inspiration from natural systems. Social insects are known to coordinate their...Monterey, California 9. CPT. Francisco J. Hederra Direccion de Investigacion , Programas y Desarrollo de la Armada Armada de Chile CHILE 10. CAPT Jeffrey Kline, USN(ret.) Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California 91

  2. On the JWKB solution of the uniformly lengthening pendulum via ...

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    2016-12-24

    Dec 24, 2016 ... Abstract. Common recipe for the lengthening pendulum (LP) involves some change of variables to give a relationship with the Bessel's equation. In this work, conventional semiclassical JWKB solution (named after. Jeffreys, Wentzel, Kramers and Brillouin) of the LP is being obtained by first transforming the ...

  3. Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences - Vol 26, No 1 (2016)

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    Editorial-Sharing Clinical Trial Data: A Proposal from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Darren B Taichman, Joyce Backus, Christopher Baethge, Howard Bauchner, Peter W de Leeuw, Jeffrey M ...

  4. Physiology Flies with Time.

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    Sehgal, Amita

    2017-11-30

    The 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology has been awarded to Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael Young for elucidating molecular mechanisms of the circadian clock. From studies beginning in fruit flies, we now know that circadian regulation pervades most biological processes and has strong ties to human health and disease. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  5. Stimulus reference frame and neural coding precision

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    Košťál, Lubomír

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 71, Apr 2016 (2016), s. 22-27 ISSN 0022-2496 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA15-08066S Institutional support: RVO:67985823 Keywords : Fisher information * coding accuracy * measurement scale * Jeffreys prior Subject RIV: FH - Neurology Impact factor: 1.377, year: 2016

  6. In Support of Civil Authority: Is the Role of Military Support for National Security in Jeopardy?

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    2006-03-01

    carry over to surrounding buildings and cargo in the rail yard. They will succeed beyond their wildest dreams. The men ride bikes from their house...Research Service, Library of Congress, order code RL330950. September 19, 2005. Brake , Jeffrey D. Terrorism and the Military’s Role in Domestic Crisis

  7. Next Generation Leadership Improving Acquisition Program Management Development

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    2013-02-14

    TE AIR WAR COLLEGE AIR UNIVERSITY NEXT GENERATION LEADERSHIP IMPROVING ACQUISITION PROGRAM MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT by Jeffrey C. Sobel, Lt...strengths and weaknesses in the current Air Force acquisition leader development process. To improve program manager training, this paper recommends...the existing Air Force Mentorship Program to ensure young program managers are matched with experienced senior leaders . Mentor/Teach requires

  8. Organic carbon, organic matter and bulk density relationships in arid ...

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    win

    2012-01-19

    Jan 19, 2012 ... Tremblay et al. (2002), Prevost (2004), Mestdagh (2006) and Sakin et al. (2011). Jeffrey (1970) found that negative relationships between SOM and BD might be a universal opinion. Bulk density has been frequently related to SOC in soil storing large amounts of SOM. (Grigal et al., 1989; Huntington et al., ...

  9. Bridge the Gap.

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    Klein, Mel; Cufaude, Jeffrey B.

    1989-01-01

    This document consists of two paired articles: the first, "Preparing Faculty Out of Class Experiences," by Mel Klein, and the second, "Help Advisers Be More Than Ghost Signatures," by Jeffrey B. Calfaude. Each article shares insights on how faculty advisers "bridge the gap" between students and faculty. When faculty members are asked to advise…

  10. Enhancing Identity Development at Senior Service Colleges

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    2016-12-01

    numbness can result. The French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu spoke of an individual habitus, a sense of identity that one car- ries on to new and unfamiliar...a situation that runs against their persona. 45. Jeffrey J. Sallaz and Jane Zavisca, “ Bourdieu in American Sociology, 1980-2004,” Annual Review of

  11. DNA fingerprinting in zoology: past, present, future.

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    Chambers, Geoffrey K; Curtis, Caitlin; Millar, Craig D; Huynen, Leon; Lambert, David M

    2014-02-03

    In 1962, Thomas Kuhn famously argued that the progress of scientific knowledge results from periodic 'paradigm shifts' during a period of crisis in which new ideas dramatically change the status quo. Although this is generally true, Alec Jeffreys' identification of hypervariable repeat motifs in the human beta-globin gene, and the subsequent development of a technology known now as 'DNA fingerprinting', also resulted in a dramatic shift in the life sciences, particularly in ecology, evolutionary biology, and forensics. The variation Jeffreys recognized has been used to identify individuals from tissue samples of not just humans, but also of many animal species. In addition, the technology has been used to determine the sex of individuals, as well as paternity/maternity and close kinship. We review a broad range of such studies involving a wide diversity of animal species. For individual researchers, Jeffreys' invention resulted in many ecologists and evolutionary biologists being given the opportunity to develop skills in molecular biology to augment their whole organism focus. Few developments in science, even among the subsequent genome discoveries of the 21st century, have the same wide-reaching significance. Even the later development of PCR-based genotyping of individuals using microsatellite repeats sequences, and their use in determining multiple paternity, is conceptually rooted in Alec Jeffreys' pioneering work.

  12. Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity of Mixed ...

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    www.bioline.org.br/ja. Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity of Mixed Transition Metal. Complexes of Salicylic Acid ... All the complexes synthesized were of octahedral geometry.Antimicrobial activity of the mixed ..... Diarmiud Jeffreys (2005), "Aspirin the remarkable story of a wonder drug", By: Bloomsubry, ...

  13. El Sindicalismo no amenaza...

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    José Ernesto Ramírez

    1989-01-01

    Full Text Available Union relative wage effects in Colombia. Jeffrey Harold Goode, Ann Arbor, University Microfilms International 1983 (Ph. D. in Economy in the Graduate School of the State University of New York & Stone Brooks, 1980, xiip., 207 págs, 6 tablas, 2 apéndices, 9 cuadros, 4 figuras , 7 gráficas.

  14. Avian Mobbing of the Puerto Rican Boa (Epicrates inornatus)

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    JAVIER E. MERCADO; ESTEBAN TERRANOVA; JR. WUNDERLE

    2002-01-01

    Mobbing, defined as an intense collective behavior in which birds of one or more species scold or even physically attack a predator, is known from a variety of bird species (Campbell and Lack, 1985; Gill, 1995). Targets commonly include hawks, owls, and snakes. In the West Indies, observations have documented avian mobbing towards various hawk species (e.g., Jeffrey-...

  15. Nursing Student Retention in Associate Degree Nursing Programs Utilizing a Retention Specialist

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    Schrum, Ronna A.

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this study was to examine specific variables associated with nursing student retention in Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Programs. Jeffreys (2004) Nursing Undergraduate Retention and Success (NURS) conceptual model provided the framework for this descriptive correlational study. One hundred sixty eight pre-licensure associate degree…

  16. Disposal and Reuse of Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas. Final Environmental Impact Statement.

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    1993-07-01

    Matthews, TSgt. Jeffrey Shumway ) 67th CSG/DE-CARE (Lt. Tim Bently, MSgt. Wagner) 67th RW/HOSP/SGPB [Bioenvironmental Engineering] (Lt. Wendy Klein) 67th...of Oklahoma, Norman C.E.R.T., 1982 Air War College, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama Years of Experience: 26 Bergstrom AFB Disposal

  17. Death in the Classroom: Writing about Love and Loss

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    Berman, Jeffrey

    2009-01-01

    In "Death in the Classroom", Jeffrey Berman writes about Love and Loss, the course that he designed and taught two years after his wife's death, in which he explored with his students the literature of bereavement. Berman, building on his previous courses that emphasized self-disclosing writing, shows how his students wrote about their…

  18. Editorial | Wing | Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and ...

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    Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa. Journal Home · ABOUT · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 22, No 2 (2017) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. Editorial. Jeffrey Wing. Abstract.

  19. Editorial | Wing | Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and ...

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    Journal of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes of South Africa. Journal Home · ABOUT · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 22, No 1 (2017) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. Editorial. Jeffrey Wing. Abstract.

  20. Friedland honored for pioneering DHS' Virtual Cities

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    Center for Homeland Defense and Security News and Stories, PRESS RELEASES Center for Homeland Defense and Security graduate Jeffrey Friedland is applying technology that has long been in the domain of law enforcement and intelligence to make St. Clair County, Michigan,...

  1. Harold Jeffreys’s default Bayes factor hypothesis tests : Explanation, extension, and application in psychology

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    Ly, A.; Verhagen, J.; Wagenmakers, E.-J.

    Harold Jeffreys pioneered the development of default Bayes factor hypothesis tests for standard statistical problems. Using Jeffreys’s Bayes factor hypothesis tests, researchers can grade the decisiveness of the evidence that the data provide for a point null hypothesis H0H0 versus a composite

  2. 90 Years Later: Reflections on "The Registrar: A Profession"

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    von Munkwitz-Smith, Jeffrey

    2016-01-01

    Jeffrey Von Munkwitz-Smith recently retired as Assistant Vice President and University Registrar at Boston University. This article provides a commentary by Von Munkwitz-Smith on an address given by Lotus Delta Coffman (then president of the University of Minnesota) in 1926 at the annual meeting of the American Association of Collegiate…

  3. Problem Solvers: Solutions--Playing Basketball

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    Smith, Jeffrey

    2014-01-01

    In this article, fourth grade Upper Allen Elementary School (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania) teacher Jeffrey Smith describes his exploration of the Playing Basketball activity. Herein he describes how he found the problem to be an effective way to review concepts associated with the measurement of elapsed time with his students. Additionally, it…

  4. Architecture-Based Self-Adaptation for Moving Target Defense

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    2014-08-01

    D.M. Chess. The vision of autonomic computing. Computer, 36(1):41–50, 2003. [KR01] Steve Kremer and Jean-Francois Raskin. A game-based verification of...2012 Seventh International Conference on Avail- ability, Reliability and Security, 2012. [SCG+14] Bradley Schmerl, Javier Camara , Jeffrey Gennari, David

  5. Bark beetles responses to stand structure and prescribed fire at Black Mountain Experimental Forest, California, USA: 5-year data

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    C.J. Fettig; S.R. McKelvey

    2010-01-01

    Highly effective fire suppression and selective harvesting of large-diameter, fire-tolerant tree species, such as ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa C. Lawson) and Jeffrey pine (P. jeffreyi Balf.), have resulted in substantial changes to the structure and composition of interior ponderosa pine forests. Mechanical thinning and the...

  6. Arukas inimeste juhtimine / Milvi Tepp

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    Tepp, Milvi, 1952-

    2001-01-01

    Autor tutvustab Suurbritannias läbiviidud uuringuid tegurite kohta, mis mõjutavad firmade efektiivsust ja majandustulemusi: oluline on töötajate suhtumine ja motivatsioon. Jeffrey Pfeffer'i raamatust "The Human Equation. Building Profits by putting people first"

  7. High-Speed Large-Alphabet Quantum Key Distribution Using Photonic Integrated Circuits

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    2014-01-28

    Part I: Channel Model and Propagation Statistics, J. OPT. COMMUN. NETW. (07 2013) Cheng- Chia Tsai, Jacob Mower, Dirk Englund. Directional free...Member Dirk Robert Englund 0.06 Jeffrey H. Shapiro 0.03 No Chee Wei Wong 0.03 Karl Berggren 0.03 Gregory Wornell 0.05 0.20 5 PERCENT_SUPPORTEDNAME FTE

  8. Joint Force Quarterly. Issue 38, 3rd Quarter, July 2005

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    2005-07-01

    Naval Base (Fleet Combat Camera Group, Pacific/Richard J. Brunson); Indonesian child aboard USNS Mercy (Fleet Combat Camera Group, Pacific/Jeffrey...war can have its own means or “ grammar ,” but not its own ends or “logic.” Gray’s second point is more obvious to those who have lived through the

  9. An Extended Lewis/Stalnaker Semantics and the New Problem of ...

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    An Extended Lewis/Stalnaker Semantics and the New Problem of Counterpossibles. Jeffrey Goodman. Abstract. Closest-possible-world analyses of counterfactuals suffer from what has been called the 'problem of counterpossibles': some counterfactuals with metaphysically impossible antecedents seem plainly false, but ...

  10. Ethiopian Pharmaceutical Journal - Vol 28, No 2 (2010)

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    Evaluation of Hepatoprotective Activities of Satureja punctata Benth Briq and Solanecio angulatus Vahl Jeffrey in Ferric Nitrillotriacetate Induced Hepatotoxicity in Rats · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. T Wolde, E Engidawork, K Asres, W Eregete, 63-74.

  11. AFSOF, Integration, and Joint Warfighting: Closing the Training Loop to Force Multiply and Succeed

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    2008-04-04

    to special operations missions, their training, and how they are used to support SOF’s core tasks. Their diversification and flexibility they...Joseph. “Historic virtual simulation joint training.” Tip of the Spear, (August 3, 2007): 38-39. Dailey, Dell and Jeffrey Webb. "US Special

  12. Satellite Altimetry for Naval Oceanography

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    1990-11-01

    Altimeter-Derived Ocean Topography in the Northeast Pacific PATRICIA A. PHOEBUS’ AND JEFFREY D. HAVKINS Sccan Sensini, and Predition I)i. ion. .0at...Comman.er Attn: Mr. David Benner Naval Oceanography Command 4301 Suitland Road Attn: W. Shutt Washington, DC 20390 Stennis Space Center, MS 39529 U.S. Naval

  13. The New Education Philanthropy: Politics, Policy, and Reform. Educational Innovations Series

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    Hess, Frederick M., Ed.; Henig, Jeffrey R., Ed.

    2015-01-01

    Philanthropic foundations play an increasingly influential role in education research, policy, and practice--yet this sector has been subject to little research-informed analysis. In "The New Education Philanthropy," Frederick M. Hess and Jeffrey R. Henig convene a diverse group of scholars and analysts to examine the shifting role of…

  14. High incidence of GJB2 gene mutations among assortatively mating ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Genetics; Volume 93; Issue 1. High incidence of GJB2 gene mutations among assortatively mating hearing impaired families in Kerala: future implications. Amritkumar Pavithra Justin Margret Jeffrey Jayasankaran Chandru Arabandi Ramesh C. R. Srikumari Srisailapathy. Research Note Volume ...

  15. Artes Illiberales? The Four Myths of Liberal Education

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    O'Sullivan, Maurice

    2009-01-01

    The phrase "liberal education" has begun obliterating more precise and meaningful terms. At first the author assumed that in using it, those public intellectuals who regularly gather to redefine higher education or set benchmarks for it had merely found an abbreviated way of describing a liberal-arts education. After Jeffrey Nesteruk took the…

  16. Novas ocorrências de gastrópodes e bivalves marinhos no Brasil (Mollusca

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    Absalão Ricardo Silva

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available The gastropods Costaclis egregia (Dall, 1889, Thaleia nisonis (Dall, 1889, Tjaernoeia michaeli Engl, 2001 and the bivalves Bathyarca sp., Myonera aff. ruginosa (Jeffreys, 1882 are recorded for the first time in Brazilian waters. This paper presents a brief description of these species and also include ilustrations.

  17. Litter decomposition across an air-pollution gradient in the San Bernardino Mountains

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    Mark E. Fenn; Paul H. Dunn

    1989-01-01

    Air pollution may affect forest ecosystems by altering nutrient cycling rates. The objective of this study was to compare decomposition rates of L-layer litter of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Laws.) and Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi Grev. & Balf,) collected from across an air-pollution gradient in the San Bernardino Mountains...

  18. Evaluating ozone air pollution effects on pines in the western United States

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    Paul R. Miller; Kenneth W. Stolte; Daniel M. Duriscoe; John Pronos

    1996-01-01

    Historical and technical background is provided about ozone air pollution effects on ponderosa (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws) and Jeffrey (P. jeffreyi Grev. and Balf.) pines in forests of the western United States. The principal aim is to document the development of field survey methods to be applied to assessment of chronic...

  19. Effective Evaluation of Teaching: A Guide for Faculty and Administrators

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    Kite, Mary E., Ed.

    2012-01-01

    This book compiles several essays about effective evaluation of teaching. Contents of this publication include: (1) Conducting Research on Student Evaluations of Teaching (William E. Addison and Jeffrey R. Stowell); (2) Choosing an Instrument for Student Evaluation of Instruction (Jared W. Keeley); (3) Formative Teaching Evaluations: Is Student…

  20. U.S. - Russian Cooperation in Space.

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    1995-04-01

    environmental modeling, 12 solar system exploration, 12 Scientific Production Organization Energia , 33,47, 58, 63, 68 SDIO. See Strategic Defense...Washington University Jeffrey Manber Managing Director American Operations NPO Energia Ltd. Marcia Smith Specialist in Aerospace Policy Library of...Technical Cooperation Between the United States and Russia ■ Solar system exploration: proposed coordinated or joint missions to Mars, Pluto, and the

  1. Prazosin Augmentation of Outpatient Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders in Active Duty Soldiers with and without PTSD

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    2014-10-01

    B.A. Dallas Homas, M.D. Jeffrey Hill, M.D. Colin Daniels, M.D. Jess Calohan, P.M.H.N.P. Steven P. Millard, Ph.D. Kirsten Rohde, R.N. James O’Connell...Vythilingam M, Anderson GM, Owens MJ, Halaszynski TM, Bremner JD, Carpenter LL, Heninger GR, Nemeroff CB, Charney DS: Cerebrospinal fluid corticotropin

  2. 75 FR 219 - Availability of Funds and Collection of Checks

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    2010-01-05

    .... FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jeffrey S. H. Yeganeh, Financial Services Manager (202/728-5801), or Joseph P. Baressi, Financial Services Project Leader (202/452-3959), Division of Reserve Bank Operations... payable by or at or through a bank located in the same Federal Reserve check-processing region as the...

  3. Arenev Narva : kommentaar rahvusvahelisele Narva Peetri platsi planeeringu konkursile = Evolving Narva : comments on the internatinal planning competition for Peetri Square in Narva, Estonia / Kivi Sotamaa

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    Sotamaa, Kivi

    2001-01-01

    Mida peaks arvesse võtma Narva linna planeerimisel. Tingimustele vastavaist projektidest: Toomas Tammise, Inga Rauka ja Tarmo Teedumäe võidutööst, Jeffrey Turko (Urban Office, London) tööst, mis õigeks ajaks kohale ei jõudnud. 7 ill.

  4. Teachers at the Wheel

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    Carpenter, Jeffrey P.

    2016-01-01

    The professional development pendulum is swinging away from traditional methods (in which teachers passively receive information from outside experts) to teacher-centered models (in which educators take charge of their own learning). In this article, Jeffrey P. Carpenter describes new modes of teacher-powered professional learning, notably Edcamps…

  5. Trust-Management, Intrusion-Tolerance, Accountability, and Reconstitution Architecture (TIARA)

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    2009-12-01

    Guide to CLOS. Number ISBN 0-201-17589-4. Addison-Wesley, 1989. [34] Gregor Kiczales, Erik Hilsdale, Jim Hugunin, Mik Kersten, Jeffrey Palm, and William...Report 354, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, December 1976. [55] Mendel Rosenblum and Tal Garfinkel. Virtual Machine Monitors: Current Technology

  6. Fractional Response Models - A Replication Exercise of Papke and Wooldridge (1996)

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    Harald Oberhofer; Michael Pfaffermayr

    2012-01-01

    .... Papke and Jeffrey M. Wooldridge published in the Journal of Applied Econometrics 11(6), 1996, pp.619-632. We have been able to replicate all of the reported estimation results concerning the determinants of employee participation rates in 401...

  7. Uudised : Indi. Uus plaadifirma. Lennonid

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    2005-01-01

    Islandi indie-ansambli Sigur Rosi esinemine Tallinnas lükkub edasi. Inglise helilooja Michael Nyman loob oma plaadifirma MN Records, andes 11. apr. välja oma klaveri sooloalbumi "The Piano Sings". Järgnevad ka Nymani 2004. a. valminud oopri "Man and Boy: Dada" CD ja Stephan Jeffrey näidendi "The Libertine" põhjal tehtava filmi soundtrack

  8. Sugar pine seed harvest by Clark's nutcracker: Annual use of a transient resource in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

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    Taylor J. Turner; Diana F. Tomback; Bradley Van Anderson; Michael Murray

    2011-01-01

    Clark's nutcrackers (Nucifraga columbiana) are well known for using conifer seeds as their principal nutriment source. Seeds are primarily harvested from whitebark (Pinus albicaulis), piñon (P. edulis), limber (P. flexilis), southwestern white (P. strobiformis), Jeffrey (P. jeffreyi), and ponderosa (P. ponderosa) pine as well as Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii...

  9. Corruption, Development and the Curse of Natural Resources

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    Pendergast, S.M.; Clarke, J.A.; Kooten, van G.C.

    2011-01-01

    In 1995, Jeffrey Sachs and Andrew Warner found a negative relationship between natural resources and economic growth, and claimed that natural resources are a curse. Their work has been widely cited, with many economists now accepting the curse of natural resources as a welldocumented explanation of

  10. Polysynthesis in Hueyapan Nahuatl: The Status of Noun Phrases, Basic Word Order, and Other Concerns

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    Pharao Hansen, Magnus

    2010-01-01

    no naturally occurring true quantifiers, suggesting that noun phrases in Hueyapan Nahuatl are adjuncts rather than actual arguments. These findings are contrasted with those of an earlier study by Jeffrey MacSwan, who concludes that Nahuatl syntax has relatively fixed subject-verb-object word order...

  11. Non-Watson Crick base pairs might stabilize RNA structural motifs in ...

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    [Chandrasekhar K and Malathi R 2003 Non-Watson Crick base pairs might stabilize RNA structural motifs in ribozymes – A comparative study of group-I intron structures; ... recognition sites for proteins, metal ions and small mole- cules (Jeffrey et al 1999; ..... From the sequence analysis (table 1, figure 1) we find an extreme ...

  12. Spectroscopic Analysis of PbO Chemiluminescence.

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    Steinfeld, Jeffrey. Molecules and Radiation. New York: MIT Press, 1978. 2. Herzberg , G. Spectra of Diatomic Molecules, (Second Edition): New York...18. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES Aovel vot releasCe; IAW AFR 190-17 FREDERICK C. L NCH,kM jor, USAF Director of Public Af irs 19. KEY WORDS (Continue on

  13. "For better or for worse:" Can we count on family? | CRDI - Centre de ...

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    On average, Senegalese households have eight members of an extended family living and eating under the same roof. Ignoring this diversity in ... Des sommités du développement comme Jeffrey Sachs et Muhammad Yunus sont convaincues de l'importance des réseaux à large bande pour favoriser le développement.

  14. aboagye et al.2

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    and productive potential as well as the viability of the poultry industry. Regular ... 2014 Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) ..... Canada. Department of Agriculture, Farm. Bull. Dominion of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. Mccrea, B., Jeffrey J. S., Ernst, R. A. and. Gerry, A. C. (2005). Common Lice and.

  15. Optimizing Glassy Polymer Network Morphology for Nano-particle Dispersion, Stabilization and Performance

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    2016-10-03

    dispersity and polymerization pathway, Moskowitz, Jeremy and Wiggins, Jeffrey, Polymer Degradation and Stability 2016, 125, 76 iv. High Molecular...for advancing epoxy chemistries with our approach to achieve high levels of nanotube dispersion using a continuous reactor. We believe MWCNT...Typically this method is associated with dispersing nanoparticles within high molecular weight linear thermoplastic polymers . In this process

  16. 75 FR 45008 - Gregory B. Cundiff, Connie Cundiff, CGX, Inc. and Ironhorse Resources, Inc.-Continuance in...

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    ... Tennessee Holdings, LLC. Ironhorse owns the following carriers: Railroad Switching Service of Missouri, Texas Railroad Switching, Inc, Rio Valley Switching Company, Southern Switching Company, Mississippi... Proceedings. Jeffrey Herzig, Clearance Clerk. [FR Doc. 2010-18592 Filed 7-29-10; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4915-01...

  17. TURNER LECTURE Military education and the study of War

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    Military education and the study of War. PROF JEFFREY GREY. Horner Chair of Military Theory, USMC, Quantico. & School of History. Australian Defence Force Academy. The educatibn of officers has attracted considerable attention in recent times, especially as Western armies have moved inexorably towards the all- ...

  18. 77 FR 27841 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Diabetes Mellitus

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    ... person has no established medical history or clinical diagnosis of diabetes mellitus currently requiring... diabetes mellitus, received education related to diabetes management, and is on a stable insulin regimen.... Karver (MN), Benjamin Kimbrough, Jr. (KS), Kevin T. Kruchan (OH), Jeffrey J. Lawrie (OH), Raymond Pittman...

  19. Reference: 168 [Arabidopsis Phenome Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available f Sciences of the United States of America Armstrong Gordon|Baxter Ivan R|Bogenschutz Naomi|Cordova Tatiana|Foster Nathan|Harper Jeff...rey F|Hazen Samuel P|Murphy Angus S|Peer Wendy Ann|Young Jeffery C

  20. CBO’s Revenue Forecasting Record

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    Jeffrey Holland, Peter Huether, and Christopher Williams of CBO and Douglas Elmendorf (formerly of CBO) provided helpful comments. Alan Auerbach of the...Sunshine reviewed the report, Bo Peery edited it, and Maureen Costantino and Jeanine Rees prepared it for publication. This report is available on

  1. 78 FR 17283 - 30-Day Notice and Request for Comments

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    2013-03-20

    .... Form Number: None. Type of Review: Extension without change. Respondents: Common carrier freight... Christine Glaab, STB Librarian at (202) 245-0406 or [email protected] . SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION... proposed extension of an existing collection of information. Dated: March 15, 2013. Jeffrey Herzig...

  2. CME 8946 (ONLINE).indd

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    Ten warning signs of primary immunodeficiency developed by the Jeffrey Modell Foundation Medical Advisory. Board[16]. • Four or more new ear infections within one year. • Two or more serious sinus infections within one year. • Two or more months of antibiotics, with little effect. • Two or more pneumonias within one year.

  3. Rhizospheric Aspergillus flavus as a Possible Contaminant of Maize ...

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    Chemist

    2012-04-26

    Apr 26, 2012 ... Horn BW, Dorner JW, Greene RL, Blankenship PD, Cole RJ (1994). Effect of Aspergillus parasiticus soil inoculum on invasion of peanut seeds. Mycopathology, 125: 179-191. Jeffrey D, Palumbo, Teresa L, O'Keeffe, Ali K, Hamed KA, Bobbie JJ. (2010). Inhibition of Aspergillus flavus in Soil by Antagonistic.

  4. The sweet world of liquid crystals : The synthesis of non-amphiphilic carbohydrate-derived liquid crystals

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    Smits, E

    1998-01-01

    The research in carbohydrate-derived liquid crystals was initiated by a review article by Jeffrey in 1986. This is rather late if one considers that the research on liquid crystals underwent a revival already in the 1960s after the discovery of the liquid crystal display (LCD). Carbohydrates were

  5. Thermal Injury in Human Subjects Due to 94-GHz Radio Frequency Radiation Exposures

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    Dynamics Information Technology Jeffrey S. Eggers Bioeffects Division Veterinary Sciences Branch Philip E. Tobin Bioeffects...Directorate, Bioeffects Division, Veterinary Sciences Branch and Radio Frequency Bioeffects Branch (711 HPW/RHDV and 711 HPW/RHDR) 4141 Petroleum Road...Methodology ......................................................................................... 2 2.3 Pathology

  6. Reference: 13 [Arabidopsis Phenome Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available 13 http://metadb.riken.jp/db/SciNetS_ria224i/cria224u4ria224u12417702i Stacey Minviluz...idopsis. 11 2799-811 12417702 2002 Nov The Plant cell Becker Jeffrey|Koh Serry|Stacey Gary|Stacey Minviluz G

  7. All projects related to | Page 214 | IDRC - International Development ...

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    Project. Development luminaries like Jeffrey Sachs and Muhammad Yunus espouse the importance of broadband networks for promoting development. But where's the evidence to support the theory? Start Date: April 1, 2012. End Date: September 27, 2013. Topic: MEXICO, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, NETWORKS, ...

  8. 76 FR 49797 - Designation of ONDCP SES Performance Review Board Members

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    2011-08-11

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY Designation of ONDCP SES Performance Review Board Members AGENCY: Office of National Drug... Jeffrey Teitz as members of the ONDCP SES Performance Review Board (PRB). FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT...

  9. BIOCHEMISTRY OF DINOFLAGELLATE LIPIDS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE FATTY ACID AND STEROL COMPOSITION OF A KARENIA BREVIS BLOOM

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    Leblond, Jeffrey D., Terence J. Evens and Peter J. Chapman. 2003. Biochemistry of Dinoflagellate Lipids, with Particular Reference to the Fatty Acid and Sterol Composition of a Karenia brevis Bloom. Phycologia. 42(4):324-331. (ERL,GB 1160). The harmful marine dinoflagella...

  10. Hummer Enhancements

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    Frincke, Deborah

    2004-01-01

    .... Following this analysis of our work on Hummer is Dr. Hugh Pforsich and Dr. Jeffrey Harkins' assessment of their development of an analytic model for forensic analysis and relation of that model to a general predictive model for risk assessment and risk management. Their work was also supported by DARPA on the same grant, and used the Hummer prototype as their platform.

  11. Water SA - Vol 44, No 1 (2018)

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    The effect of anaerobic baffled reactor effluent on nitrogen and phosphorus leaching from four soils in a laboratory column experiment · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Goitom Adhanom, Jeffrey Hughes, Alfred Odindo, 1-12 ...

  12. Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Based Therapy for Prostate Cancer

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    2014-09-01

    graft versus host disease, inflammatory bowel disease and myocardial infarction in clinical trials. These clinical studies have documented that... myocardial infarction in clinical trials. Conclusions These results document two things. First, the therapeutic agent loaded into hbMSCs must...Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Based Therapy for Prostate Cancer PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: John Isaacs; Jeffrey Karp

  13. Technology Transfer - Its Implications for DoD.

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    1987-04-01

    metallurgy , machine building, telecommunications, lasers, jet N engine fabrication, radar, guidance and navigation, and precision manufacturing (13:42-51...1985. 8. Richelson, Jeffrey. Sword and Shield. Cambridge, Massachu- setts: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1986. 9. - The U.S. Intelligence Community

  14. Browse Title Index

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    Items 651 - 700 of 921 ... Melike Harfouche, Mina Hosseinipour, Stephen Kaliti, Jeffrey Wilkinson. Vol 12, No 3 (2008), Quality of Antenatal Services at the Primary Care Level in Southwest Nigeria, Abstract PDF. OT Oladapo, CA Iyaniwura, AO Sule-Odu. Vol 19, No 3 (2015), Quality of Care: A Review Of Maternal Deaths In A ...

  15. Software Aspects of IEEE Floating-Point Computations for Numerical Applications in High Energy Physics

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    2010-01-01

    hazards to be avoided About the speaker Jeffrey M Arnold is a Senior Software Engineer in the Intel Compiler and Languages group at Intel Corporation. He has been part of the Digital->Compaq->Intel compiler organization for nearly 20 years; part of that time, he worked on both lo...

  16. An unusual case of Milroy disease

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    There was no family history of this condition, and it can therefore be assumed that it is either a sporadic mutation phenomenon or a case of reduced penetrance in a parent. References. 1. Brice G, Mansour S, Ostergaard P, Connell F, Jeffrey S, Mortimer P. Milroy disease. Hereditary lymphedema, type I: Milroy congenital ...

  17. Format Aside: Applying Beall's Criteria to Assess the Predatory Nature of Both OA and Non-OA Library and Information Science Journals

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    Olivarez, Joseph D.; Bales, Stephen; Sare, Laura; vanDuinkerken, Wyoma

    2018-01-01

    Jeffrey Beall's blog listing of potential predatory journals and publishers, as well as his "Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access (OA) Publishers" are often looked at as tools to help researchers avoid publishing in predatory journals. While these "Criteria" have brought a greater awareness of OA predatory journals,…

  18. Latin America’s Transformative New Extraction and Local Conflicts

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    Barbara Hogenboom

    2015-01-01

    Subterranean Struggles: New Dynamics of Mining, Oil, and Gas in Latin America, edited by Anthony Bebbington and Jeffrey Bury. University of Texas Press, 2013.Unearthing conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru, by Fabiana Li. Duke University Press, 2015.Oil Sparks in the Amazon: Local Conflicts, Indigenous Populations, and Natural Resources, by Patricia I. Vásquez. University of Georgia Press, 2014.

  19. Influence of ozone and nitrogen deposition on bark beetle activity under drought conditions

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    Michele Eatough Jones; Timothy D. Paine; Mark E. Fenn; Mark A. Poth

    2004-01-01

    Four years of severe drought from 1999 through 2003 led to unprecedented bark beetle activity in ponderosa and Jeffrey pine in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains of southern California. Pines in the San Bernardino Mountains also were heavily impacted by ozone and nitrogenous pollutants originating from urban and agricultural areas in the Los Angeles basin. We...

  20. Could You Raise a 'No-Diaper' Baby?

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    ... an apparently ages-old method known as "elimination communication," or EC. EC definitely isn't for everyone, and probably wouldn't work well in a daycare setting, Drs. Jeffrey Bender and Rosemary She acknowledged. But for those interested, the couple said getting babies to cooperate with EC is ...

  1. Finding Common Ground

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    Benson, Jeffrey

    2017-01-01

    Regular education teachers and special educators shouldn't view their jobs as mutually exclusive, writes Jeffrey Benson in this article. He argues that all students benefit when both teachers form collaborative partnerships. Drawing on his four decades of experience in schools, Benson details how regular education teachers can incorporate ideas…

  2. Influences of climate on fire regimes in montane forests of north-western Mexico

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    Carl N. Skinner; Jack H. Burk; Michael G. Barbour; Ernesto Franco-Vizcaino; Scott L. Stephens

    2008-01-01

    Aim To identify the influence of interannual and interdecadal climate variation on the occurrence and extent of fires in montane conifer forests of north-western Mexico. Location This study was conducted in Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi Grev. & Balf.)- dominated mixed-conifer...

  3. [SWNT] / [Dendrimer

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    which is one atom thick and made up of carbon and hydrogen arranged in a chicken-wire-like mesh. Credit: Jeffrey Kysar, Columbia University. Lee,We .... Schematic device structure. A suspended SWNT is connected to four electrodes. Current/voltage is applied between electrodes 3 and 4 (''motor'' part) and the induced.

  4. 76 FR 64047 - Montana Regulatory Program

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    2011-10-17

    ... . Edward L. Coleman, Bureau Chief, Industrial and Energy Minerals Bureau, Montana Department of... FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jeffrey Fleischman, Telephone: (307) 261-6555. Internet: [email protected] program includes, among other things, ``a State law which provides for the regulation of surface coal...

  5. 76 FR 64045 - Montana Regulatory Program

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    2011-10-17

    ... ; Edward L. Coleman, Bureau Chief, Industrial and Energy Minerals Bureau, Montana Department of... FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jeffrey Fleischman, Telephone: (307) 261-6555. Internet: [email protected] program includes, among other things, ``a State law which provides for the regulation of surface coal...

  6. 78 FR 18634 - ING Life Insurance and Annuity Company, et al; Notice of Application

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    2013-03-27

    ... investment objectives of the Existing Fund and the Replacement Fund are similar and the principle investment... approving the substitution of certain securities pursuant to Section 26(c) of the Investment Company Act of...: Jeffrey Foor, Senior Counsel, or Joyce M. Pickholz, Branch Chief, Insured Investments Office, Division of...

  7. The effect of anaerobic baffled reactor effluent on nitrogen and ...

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    Goitom Adhanom1*, Jeffrey Hughes2, and Alfred Odindo3. 1Centre for Water Resources Research, School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Private Bag X01, ..... The leachate from the columns was collected in round- neck plastic containers based on pore volumes (PVs).

  8. Toward a Theory of Representation Design

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    1989-05-01

    understanding. This report describes research done at the Artificial Inteligence Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Support for this...AD-A210 885 Technical Report 1128 Toward a Theory of Representation Design Jeffrey Van Baale MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory DTIC ELECTE A... Artificial Intelligence Laboratory 545 Technology Square Cambridge, MA 02139 11. CONTROLLING OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS 11. REPORT DATE Advanced Research

  9. 21st-Century Thinking at the Local Level

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    Aubuchon, Jeffrey W.

    2013-01-01

    In this article, Oakmont Regional High School (Ashburnham, Massachusetts) librarian Jeffrey Aubuchon describes how the school library is developing a new classification scheme called the Spartan system. This system seeks to mirror instructional practices at Oakmont. The major divisions of the collection will be drawn around academic departments…

  10. A Continuation of the Dialogue on Issues in Counseling in the Postmodern Era.

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    Ellis, Albert

    2000-01-01

    This is a continuation of the dialogue among Albert Ellis, Jeffrey T. Guterman, Earl Ginter, Sandra A. Rigazio-DiGilio, Allen E. Ivey, and Don C. Locke that has been appearing in the Journal of Mental Health Counseling on ethical issues of counseling in the postmodern era. Specifically addresses the ethical, constructivist, multicultural, and…

  11. Current Work in Linguistics. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 5, Number 2.

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    Dimitriadis, Alexis, Ed.; Lee, Hikyoung, Ed.; Moisset, Christine, Ed.; Williams, Alexander, Ed.

    This issue includes the following articles: "A Multi-Modal Analysis of Anaphora and Ellipsis" (Gerhard Jager); "Amount Quantification, Referentiality, and Long Wh-Movement" (Anthony Kroch); "Valency in Kannada: Evidence for Interpretive Morphology" (Jeffrey Lidz); "Vietnamese 'Morphology' and the Definition of…

  12. Identification of non-indigenous phytoplankton species dominated ...

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    1CIMA, Faculty of Science & Technology, Campus de Gambelas, Universidad do Algarve, Faro, Portugal. 2National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa 403 004, India. 3Present address: ..... of Mexico (Guillard et al 1991), tropical waters. (Hallaegraeff and Jeffrey 1984; McManus and. Dawson 1994) and equatorial ...

  13. Board Evaluations

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    Pierce, Chris; Larson, Mary Jo

    2015-01-01

    Board evaluation has emerged as a corporate governance priority and brought to the forefront many associated challenges. This is not a revolutionary change. Board assessment procedures are evolving as nations and companies formulate and test diverse requirements. Until recently effective Board evaluation was not regarded a Board priority. In 2002, Yale University Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfe...

  14. Kõikide lemmik peale turgude / Tõnis Oja

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    Oja, Tõnis, 1957-

    2006-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Delovõje Vedomosti 22. märts lk. 29. Turuväärtuselt maailma suurimat ettevõtet General Electric ja tema juhti Jeffrey Immeltit valitakse pidevalt kõige soliidsemate edetabelite etteotsa. Vt. samas: General Electric; General Electric on tippjuhtide vabrik. Diagramm: Aktsia

  15. Statistical considerations for plot design, sampling procedures, analysis, and quality assurance of ozone injury studies

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    Michael Arbaugh; Larry Bednar

    1996-01-01

    The sampling methods used to monitor ozone injury to ponderosa and Jeffrey pines depend on the objectives of the study, geographic and genetic composition of the forest, and the source and composition of air pollutant emissions. By using a standardized sampling methodology, it may be possible to compare conditions within local areas more accurately, and to apply the...

  16. Information for Adults

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    ... Speech-Language Pathology Kathleen A. Kapp-Simon, PhD, Psychology Michael P. Karnell, PhD, Speech-Language Pathology Jeffrey ... of cleft treatment are based on the surgeon’s personal experience rather than hard scientific fact, you should ...

  17. The Development and Inter-Rater Reliability of the Department of Defense Human Factors Analysis and Classification System, Version 7.0

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    2015-04-09

    LT COL JEFFREY LAWSON COL LAURA TORRES- REYES Chief, Aerospace Education Branch Chair, Aerospace Medicine...cheerfully pulled all the HFACS data presented in Tables 1 and 2 and Appendix A. Epidemiologists Dr. Bruce R. Burnham and Lt Col Nisara S. Granado

  18. Madal palk ei ole konkurentsieelis / Kristo Kiviorg

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    Kiviorg, Kristo

    2007-01-01

    Seminaril "Peidetud väärtus: kuidas ettevõtted saavutavad tavaliste inimeste abiga erakordseid tulemusi" ettekannetega esinenud Stanfordi Ülikooli professor Jeffrey Pfeffer ning inimressursside juhtimise konsultant David Russo tõdesid, et madal palk ei taga firmadele konkurentsieelist, kuigi paljud juhid nõnda arvavad

  19. The Doubling Moment: Resurrecting Edgar Allan Poe

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    Minnick, J. Bradley; Mergil, Fernando

    2008-01-01

    This article expands upon Jeffrey Wilhelm's and Brian Edmiston's (1998) concept of a doubling of viewpoints by encouraging middle level students to use dramatization to take on multiple perspectives, to pose interpretive questions, and to enhance critical inquiry from inside and outside of texts. The doubling moment is both the activation of…

  20. 78 FR 22923 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; Fixed Income Clearing Corporation; Notice of Filing of Amended...

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    2013-04-17

    ... No. 600-23). \\12\\ See Letter from Jeffrey F. Ingber, Managing Director, General Counsel and Secretary... includes both a narrative and graphical depiction of FICC's organizational structure, and Exhibit E... a.m. and 3:00 p.m. All comments received will be posted without change; the Commission does not edit...

  1. Application of the Minitrial in Department of Defense Contract Disputes

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    1993-06-01

    Washington DC: George Washington University, 1986. 9. Cruikshank, Jeffrey, Susskind , Lawrence. Breaking the Impasse. New York: Rasics Books, 1987. 10. Edward...30. Riskin, Leonard L., Westbrook, James E. Dispute Resolution and Lawyers. St. Paul: West Publishing Company, 1987. 31. Sander, Frank E., Alternative

  2. Do degree adverbs guide adjective learning cross-linguistically? A comparison of Dutch and Russian

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    Tribushinina, E.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/31511780X

    A fundamental question in language acquisition research is how language-specific input interacts with (pre-linguistic) universal concepts. In order to shed more light on this issue, the present paper reports the results of two experiments, set up as a modified version of Syrett, Kristen & Jeffrey

  3. 78 FR 34123 - Notice of Inventory Completion: San Francisco State University NAGPRA Program, San Francisco, CA

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    2013-06-06

    ... NAGPRA Program, c/o Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San... construction activities for the Middle Fork American River Project. Site materials from the Middle Fork... Jeffrey Boland Fentress, San Francisco State University NAGPRA Program, c/o Department of Anthropology...

  4. On the relative contributions of wind vs. animals to seed dispersal of four Sierra Nevada pines.

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    Vander Wall, Stephen B

    2008-07-01

    Selective pressures that influence the form of seed dispersal syndromes are poorly understood. Morphology of plant propagules is often used to infer the means of dispersal, but morphology can be misleading. Several species of pines, for example, have winged seeds adapted for wind dispersal but owe much of their establishment to scatter-hoarding animals. Here the relative importance of wind vs. animal dispersal is assessed for four species of pines of the eastern Sierra Nevada that have winged seeds but differed in seed size: lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta murrayana, 8 mg); ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa ponderosa, 56 mg); Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi, 160 mg); and sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana, 231 mg). Pre-dispersal seed mortality eliminated much of the ponderosa pine seed crop (66%), but had much less effect on Jeffrey pine (32% of seeds destroyed), lodgepole pine (29%), and sugar pine (7%). When cones opened most filled seeds were dispersed by wind. Animals removed > 99% of wind-dispersed Jeffrey and sugar pine seeds from the ground within 60 days, but animals gathered only 93% of lodgepole pine seeds and 38% of ponderosa pine seeds during the same period. Animals gathered and scatter hoarded radioactively labeled ponderosa, Jeffrey, and sugar pine seeds, making a total of 2103 caches over three years of study. Only three lodgepole pine caches were found. Caches typically contained 1-4 seeds buried 5-20 mm deep, depths suitable for seedling emergence. Although Jeffrey and sugar pine seeds are initially wind dispersed, nearly all seedlings arise from animal caches. Lodgepole pine is almost exclusively wind dispersed, with animals acting as seed predators. Animals treated ponderosa pine in an intermediate fashion. Two-phased dispersal of large, winged pine seeds appears adaptive; initial wind dispersal helps to minimize pre-dispersal seed mortality whereas scatter hoarding by animals places seeds in sites with a higher probability of seedling establishment.

  5. New ALPHA-2 magnet

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    Anaïs Schaeffer

    2012-01-01

    On 21 June, members of the ALPHA collaboration celebrated the handover of the first solenoid designed for the ALPHA-2 experiment. The magnet has since been successfully installed and is working well.   Khalid Mansoor, Sumera Yamin and Jeffrey Hangst in front of the new ALPHA-2 solenoid. “This was the first of three identical solenoids that will be installed between now and September, as the rest of the ALPHA-2 device is installed and commissioned,” explains ALPHA spokesperson Jeffrey Hangst. “These magnets are designed to allow us to transfer particles - antiprotons, electrons and positrons - between various parts of the new ALPHA-2 device by controlling the transverse size of the particle bunch that is being transferred.” Sumera Yamin and Khalid Mansoor, two Pakistani scientists from the National Centre for Physics in Islamabad, came to CERN in February specifically to design and manufacture these magnets. “We had the chance to work on act...

  6. Fully developed flow of non-Newtonian fluids in a straight uniform square duct through porous medium

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    M. Devakar

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we have studied the flow of incompressible fluids in a straight square duct through the porous medium. The couple stress fluid model and Jeffrey fluid model are considered separately to study the flow properties. The governing partial differential equations have been solved numerically using finite difference method in each case. In both the cases, the variation of different flow parameters on the fluid velocity is illustrated graphically and the numerical results for the volume flow rate have been presented through tables. It is observed that, the velocity and volume flow rate decrease with an increase in couple stress parameter and porosity parameter, while the velocity and volume flow rate increase with an increase in Jeffrey parameter and pressure gradient.

  7. Advanced engineering mathematics

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    Jeffrey, Alan

    2001-01-01

    Advanced Engineering Mathematics provides comprehensive and contemporary coverage of key mathematical ideas, techniques, and their widespread applications, for students majoring in engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. Using a wide range of examples throughout the book, Jeffrey illustrates how to construct simple mathematical models, how to apply mathematical reasoning to select a particular solution from a range of possible alternatives, and how to determine which solution has physical significance. Jeffrey includes material that is not found in works of a similar nature, such as the use of the matrix exponential when solving systems of ordinary differential equations. The text provides many detailed, worked examples following the introduction of each new idea, and large problem sets provide both routine practice, and, in many cases, greater challenge and insight for students. Most chapters end with a set of computer projects that require the use of any CAS (such as Maple or Mathematica) th...

  8. Preventing dance injuries: current perspectives

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    Russell JA

    2013-01-01

    Jeffrey A Russell Division of Athletic Training, School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA Abstract: Dancers are clearly athletes in the degree to which sophisticated physical capacities are required to perform at a high level. The standard complement of athletic attributes – muscular strength and endurance, anaerobic and aerobic energy utilization, speed, agility, coordination, motor control, and psychological readiness – all are es...

  9. Regulation of ATM-Dependent DNA Damage Responses in Breast Cancer by the RhoGEF Net1

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    2015-05-01

    Frost (2015) Controlling the switches: Rho GTPase regulation during animal cell mitosis . Cell signaling, 26: 2998-3006 (published, see Appendix 3...during animal cell mitosis Yan Zuo,Wonkyung Oh, Jeffrey A. Frost * Department of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology, University of Texas Health Science...transformation or death. As important regulators of the actin cytoskeleton, Rho GTPases play major roles in regulating many aspects of mitosis and

  10. Retsepte äärmise vaesuse likvideerimiseks meie eluajal / Riina Kuusik

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    Kuusik, Riina

    2005-01-01

    Raamatu "The end of poverty: economic Possibilities of our time" autor, ÜRO peasekretäri erinõunik prof. Jeffrey Sachs tõdeb, et esmakordselt ajaloos on praegusel põlvkonnal äärmise vaesuse likvideerimiseks arengumaades vajalikud teadmised, oskused ja vahendid. Autor paneb arenenud riikidele südamele, et arenguabi tõstmine 0,7%-ni SKP-st võib 2025. aastaks aidata 1/5 elanikkonnast nn arenguredeli esimesele pulgale

  11. Effects of Atropine and Azaprophen on Matching and Detection in Rhesus Monkeys

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    1989-01-01

    substantially more potent than atropine for inhibiting termining whether atropine and azaprophen could be differ- carbachol-induced c,- amylase release (6. 7, 13...investigated the behavioral effects of azap- tion of daily fruit and vitamin supplements, was presented rophen and atropine in rhesus monkeys using...thank Jeffrey Witkin for helpful comments on the with results from carbachol-induced a- amylase release (6, 7, manuscript and Donald Conrad and Lisa King

  12. Managing consumer credit risk

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    Peter Burns; Anne Stanley

    2001-01-01

    On July 31, 2001, the Payment Cards Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia hosted a workshop that examined current credit risk management practices in the consumer credit industry. The session was led by Jeffrey Bower, senior manager in KPMG Consulting’s financial services practice. Bower discussed "best practices" in the credit risk management field, including credit scoring, loss forecasting, and portfolio management. ; In addition, he provided an overview of developing new meth...

  13. Training Effectiveness Study of Simulator Usage and Its Impact on Live Fire Armor Gunnery

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    2014-06-01

    Jeffrey Appleget Co-Advisor Mr. Perry McDowell Second Reader Peter J. Denning Chair, Department of Computer Science iv THIS PAGE...Behavioral and Social Sciences between the years of 1987 and 1994 (Black & Graham, 1987; Campshure & Drucker , 1990; Hagman, 1994; Hughes, Butler, Sterling... Drucker , 1990; Smith & Hagman, 1994). Reticle aim was used by the UCOFT’s computer as a metric to determine how fast the crew could progress through

  14. Synthetic Biology: Engineering, Evolution and Design (SEED) Conference 2015

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    2015-12-01

    based microscopy, and demonstrate our ability to achieve DMI with DNA- PAINT (Point Accumulation for Imaging in Nanoscale Topography), a method which...Ratio (SNR), and low fraction of false localisations (ɝ%). We show implementation of the above framework with DNA- PAINT method (Jungmann et al...viral nanoparticles and tunable gene delivery Eric J. Gomez*1, Karl Gerhardt1, Justin Judd1, Jeffrey J. Tabor1,2 and Junghae Suh1,2 1Bioengineering, Rice

  15. Saddam’s War: An Iraqi Military Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War

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    2009-03-01

    Col David H. Gurney, USMC (Ret.) Executive Editor: Dr. Jeffrey D. Smotherman Managing Editor, NDU Press: LTC Robert E. Henstrand, USA NDU Press...second motivation followed the “traitor- ous act” of anwar sadat, who, in signing the camp david accords with Israel, had taken egypt out of the so...and his para- noia deepened. from that point on, virtually every decision that he made appeared focused on maintaining his control over Iraq. combined

  16. Implications of Additive Manufacturing Deployed at the Tactical Edge

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    2015-04-15

    being conducted to support research efforts being performed by Lisa Sanders, a student of the Senior Service College Fellowship Program of the Defense...Acquisition University Project Advisor: Jeffrey Caton The Senior Service College Fellowship Program Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD ii iii...The only problem with having 3D printers at each and every location listed is the propensity of the higher headquarters elements to hoard raw

  17. Plasticity In High Temperature Materials: Tantalum and Monazite

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    2014-03-12

    AFRL-OSR-VA-TR-2014-0065 PLASTICITY IN HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS: TANTALUM AND MONAZITE Jeffrey Kysar THE TRUSTEES OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE...Agency Air Force Office of Scientific Research Title of Project Plasticity in High Temperature Materials: Tantalum and Monazite February 28, 2014...centered cu- bic tantalum , the methodology also demonstrated a relationship between dislocation mean free path length and GND density. A framework to

  18. The Global War on Terrorism: War or Counterinsurgency?

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    2004-02-06

    madrassas and the radical clerics are recruiting, training and deploying against us?....The cost- benefit ratio is against us! Our cost is billions...time, the benefits will far outweigh the negatives in that SOF will be utilized as was originally intended – in building relationships and developing...16 SEP 2001, <http://www.my- homeschooling -place.com/forums/politics/posts/183.html>, [8 FEB 2003], 1. 19 Record, Jeffrey, “Bounding the Global

  19. Is Mohammed a Strategic Leader?

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    2011-03-01

    St ra te gy R es ea rc h Pr oj ec t IS MOHAMMED A STRATEGIC LEADER ? BY COLONEL JEFFREY WAYNE DRUSHAL United States Army DISTRIBUTION...To) 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Is Mohammed a Strategic Leader ? 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER...ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Mr. Scott T. Forster Department of Command, Leadership, and Management 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT

  20. U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity 1991 Annual Report

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    1991-01-31

    per,,ionnel exhibiting symptoms of clinical botulism. The pl[ 5i’ma is treated with silicon dioxide, subjected to pepsin proteoll 3is and centrifuged to...Detrick, MD, January 1991 Gere, Jeffrey A., LTC Postgraduate Course in Clinical Pharmacology , Drug Development & Regulation, Boston, MA, February 1991...Clinical Pharmacology , Drug Development & Regulation, Boston, MA, February 1991 Liu, Dai K. RFP Preparation, Arlington, VA, April 1991 Liu, Dai K

  1. High Information Capacity Quantum Imaging

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    2014-09-19

    USA Vivek Goyal, Franco N. C. Wong, and Jeffrey H. Shapiro Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA...Mi=1 by solving the 7 14 (a) Ground truth. (b) Pointwise ML estimate. (c) Our processing. (d) Regularized LS assuming AWGN. FIG. 5. Sunflower depth map...Our processing. (d) Regularized LS assuming AWGN. FIG. 6. Sunflower intensity image. Our method increases image contrast while retaining fine

  2. PROGRESSIVE COLLAPSE TESTING OF RELOCATABLE TROOP BARRACKS

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    2017-06-02

    Court Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 Jeffrey P. Nielsen and Eugene T. Kensky Air Force Civil Engineer Center 139 Barnes Drive, Ste 2 Tyndall...Distribution is unlimited. AFCEC-201748; 21 August 2017. AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER READINESS DIRECTORATE  Requirements...any of its employees, makes any warranty, expressed or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or

  3. Latin America’s Transformative New Extraction and Local Conflicts

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    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Subterranean Struggles: New Dynamics of Mining, Oil, and Gas in Latin America, edited by Anthony Bebbington and Jeffrey Bury. University of Texas Press, 2013.Unearthing conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru, by Fabiana Li. Duke University Press, 2015.Oil Sparks in the Amazon: Local Conflicts, Indigenous Populations, and Natural Resources, by Patricia I. Vásquez. University of Georgia Press, 2014.

  4. A Programmatic Approach to Determine Eligibility of Prehistoric Sites in the San Diego Subregion, Southern Coast Archeological Region, California, for the National Register of Historic Places

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    2007-08-01

    Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. 8, No. 3. Eerkens, Jelmer W., Gregory S. Herbert, Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, and Howard J. Spero... Ethnology . Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. 1925 Handbook of the Indians of California. Bulletin 78, Bureau of American Ethnology ...Luiseño Social Organization. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology , Vol. 48 No. 2. University of California

  5. Final Environmental Assessment: Addressing Construction of a New Civil Engineering Workshop at Bellows Air Force Station, O’ahu, Hawaii

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    2010-03-01

    the south. The wetland is dominated by red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) and pickleweed (‘akulikuli, Batis maritima ) that covers the northern edge of...Geography Years of Experience: 5 Louise Baxter M.P.A. Public Administration B.S. Political Science Years of Experience: 19 David Brown M.A...Environmental Policy and Planning Years of Experience: 10 Jeffrey Weiler M.S. Resource Economics/Environment Management B.A. Political Science Years of

  6. Knowing What We Knew: Intelligence Failures and Knowledge Management

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    2011-02-28

    most important leadership trait that must change is that we [Leaders] are no longer the source of knowledge, but instead are the managers of the...Achieving and Maintaining Strategic Competitiveness in the 21st Century: The Role of Strategic Leadership (New York, NY: Academy of Management , 2005...St ra te gy R es ea rc h Pr oj ec t KNOWING WHAT WE KNEW: INTELLIGENCE FAILURES AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BY MR. JEFFREY J. JARVENSIVU

  7. Neuroendocrine aspects of pediatric aggression: Can hormone measures be clinically useful?

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    Barzman, Drew H.; Avni Patel; Loretta Sonnier; et al.

    2010-01-01

    Drew H Barzman1, Avni Patel2, Loretta Sonnier1, Jeffrey R Strawn31Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA; 2Miami University, Oxford, OH, USA; 3Department of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, USAAbstract: Pediatric aggression is common in human societies, mainly presenting as impulsive aggression or predatory aggression. Numerous psychiatric disorders can contain aggressi...

  8. Sedimentary pigments and nature of organic matter within the oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) of the Eastern Arabian Sea (Indian margin)

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    Rasiq, K.T.; Kurian, S.; Karapurkar, S.G.; Naqvi, S.W.A.

    al., 2002). The comparative lability and source specificity makes them a powerful tool used to investigate many aspects of benthic biogeochemical processes as well as OM source and history (Jeffrey and Vesk, 1997; Boon and Duineveld, 1998... pigments. The absence of β- carotene at 1100m site may be due to its degradation through a sequence of transformation reactions possibly initiated by epoxidation as described by Repeta and Gagosian (1984) from the Peru margin sediments. The decreasing...

  9. Análisis de riesgos por áreas geográficas en proyectos de cooperación financiados por la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

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    Perea Díaz, Claudia

    2017-01-01

    En la actualidad, nos enfrentamos a muchas tensiones y crisis: la desigualdad, el cambio climático, el desempleo… Para resolverlas, tal como dijo el economista norteamericano Jeffrey Sachs en la conferencia impartida en la facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en el 2017, hacen falta soluciones integrales. Los Objetivos del Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) pueden ser la respuesta, pues promueven que el crecimiento económico sea justo, inclusivo y compatible con el medi...

  10. The development and introduction of biosimilar anticoagulants – focus on enoxaparin

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    Ginsberg, Jeffrey

    2012-01-01

    Jeffrey S GinsbergDepartment of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CanadaAbstract: The aims of this paper are to discuss the: (1) pharmacology of low-molecular-weight heparins (LMWHs) emphasizing their synthesis, mechanism of action, and comparison with the parent compound, unfractionated heparin (UFH); and (2) recent controversial approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of a generic enoxaparin. Enoxaparin is one of several LMWHs that are currently available worldwid...

  11. The development and introduction of biosimilar anticoagulants – focus on enoxaparin

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    Ginsberg JS

    2012-01-01

    Jeffrey S GinsbergDepartment of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CanadaAbstract: The aims of this paper are to discuss the: (1) pharmacology of low-molecular-weight heparins (LMWHs) emphasizing their synthesis, mechanism of action, and comparison with the parent compound, unfractionated heparin (UFH); and (2) recent controversial approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of a generic enoxaparin. Enoxaparin is one of several LMWHs that are currently available worldwid...

  12. Tell me a story: MMPI responses and personal biography in the case of a serial killer.

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    Nichols, David S

    2006-06-01

    The interpretation of MMPI (Hathaway & McKinley, 1943) profiles has emphasized a language of pathological attribution that often serves the interests of clinical description and actuarial prediction better than those of individual case formulation and an understanding of the adaptive forces involved in the production of symptomatic behavior. In this article, I illustrate a contrasting approach, one that emphasizes MMPI items and scales as instruments of personal biography, with the case of the serial murderer Jeffrey Dahmer.

  13. Localized In Situ Cladding Annealing for Post Fabrication Trimming of Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuits

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    2016-03-21

    In-Situ Cladding Annealing for Post-Fabrication Trimming of Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuits Steven Spector1, Jeffrey M. Knecht, and Paul W...calibration process rather than adjusting it continuously by applying power to a heater during operation of the circuit . When compared to other methods...is especially well suited to the low-cost integration of large numbers of optical components. One great challenge to fully realizing this potential

  14. Wave Propagation

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    Ferrarese, Giorgio

    2011-01-01

    Lectures: A. Jeffrey: Lectures on nonlinear wave propagation.- Y. Choquet-Bruhat: Ondes asymptotiques.- G. Boillat: Urti.- Seminars: D. Graffi: Sulla teoria dell'ottica non-lineare.- G. Grioli: Sulla propagazione del calore nei mezzi continui.- T. Manacorda: Onde nei solidi con vincoli interni.- T. Ruggeri: "Entropy principle" and main field for a non linear covariant system.- B. Straughan: Singular surfaces in dipolar materials and possible consequences for continuum mechanics

  15. A Social Network Approach to Understanding an Insurgency

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    2007-07-01

    ticular political and/or ideological end. 21. Carl von Clausewitz, On War (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1832/1984). 22. Theda Skocpol , Social...why such a breakdown occurred, only that it occurred. 27. Skocpol . 28. Ibid. 29. Ibid., p. 111. 30. Ibid., p. 9. 31. Jeffrey Roger Goodwin, States and... Skocpol , p. 307. 33. McCallister. 34. Mounira M. Charrad, States and Women’s Rights: The Making of Postcolonial Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco (Berkeley

  16. Hydrothermal Crystal Growth of Lithium Tetraborate and Lithium Gamma-Metaborate

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    2014-03-27

    Characterization of Neutron-Induced Defects in Isotopically Enriched Lithium Tetraborate,” Master’s thesis, Air Force Institute of Technology, 2011. [11] O...HYDROTHERMAL CRYSTAL GROWTH OF LITHIUM TETRABORATE AND LITHIUM γ-METABORATE THESIS Jeffrey J. Graham, Captain, USAF AFIT-ENP-14-M-12 DEPARTMENT OF...not subject to copyright protection in the United States. AFIT-ENP-14-M-12 HYDROTHERMAL CRYSTAL GROWTH OF LITHIUM TETRABORATE AND LITHIUM γ

  17. Software Architecture Evolution

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    2013-12-01

    Software Architecture Evolution Jeffrey M. Barnes December 2013 CMU-ISR-13-118 Institute for Software Research School of Computer Science Carnegie...DEC 2013 2. REPORT TYPE 3. DATES COVERED 00-00-2013 to 00-00-2013 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Software Architecture Evolution 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b...systems eventually undergo changes to their basic architectural structure. Such changes may be prompted by new feature requests, new quality attribute

  18. Designing the Desired State: A Process and Model for Operational Design

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    2010-04-01

    Qaeda. This approach follows the Arabic proverb that "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." Planners should look to attack the enemy along his LOOs...SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES. Enter information not included elsewhere such as: prepared in cooperation with; translation of; report supersedes; old edition number, etc... Translated by Michael Howard and Peter Paret. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1984. Conklin, Jeffrey. Dialogue Mapping: Building Shared

  19. Plan Colombia: How U.S. Military Assistance Affects Regional Balances of Powers

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    2004-06-01

    gross national product, and population.11 According to Jeffrey Hart, the control over actors approach is perhaps the most familiar to political...mechanisms for considering Latin America as a zone of 48 Ibid., p. 89. 49 The familiar argument, as...Drugs, guerrillas and Colombia´s New Violencia ’, World Policy Journal, Fall 2000. pp. 1-11. 98 Cárdenas, Mauricio. Revista Cambio, 6-13 March 2000

  20. Beliefs and perception about mental health issues: a meta-synthesis

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    Choudhry,Fahad Riaz; Mani,Vasudevan; Ming,Long; Khan,Tahir Mehmood

    2016-01-01

    Fahad Riaz Choudhry,1 Vasudevan Mani,2 Long Chiau Ming,3,4 Tahir Mehmood Khan5 1Psychology Department, Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Monash University Malaysia, Sunway City, Selangor, Malaysia; 2College of Pharmacy, Qassim University, Buraidah, Al-Qassim, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 3Vector-borne Diseases Research Group (VERDI), Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences CoRe, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam; 4Brain Degeneration and Therapeutics Group, Faculty of Pharmacy, Un...

  1. A Case Study of Human-in-the-loop for Telescope Operation

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    2014-08-22

    AFRL-RH-WP-TR-2014-0112 A Case Study of Human-in-the-loop for Telescope Operation Vincent A. Schmidt, PhD John D. Ianni ... IANNI JEFFREY L. CRAIG Program Manager Chief, Battlespace Visualization Branch Battlespace Visualization Branch Warfighter Interface...PhD John D. Ianni Judson S. Shattuck Jacob A. Kern 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5329 5e. TASK NUMBER 11 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 53291103 7. PERFORMING

  2. An Evaluation of the VISION Execution System Demonstration Prototypes

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    1991-01-01

    254731 ý-ELECTE "An valuation of the VISONExecution System Demonstration Prototypes Patricia M-. Boren, Karen E. Isaacson, Judith E. Payne , Marc...Isaacson, Judith E. Payne , Marc L. Robbins, Robert S. Tripp Prepared for the United States Army A co,".I, For RAND? Approved for. public relase...manuscript. Jeffrey Crisci and Cecilia Butler, formerly of the Army Materiel Command (AMC) and currently with the Strategic Logistics Agency (SLA), were

  3. Near-Resonant Thermomechanics of Energetic and Mock Energetic Composite Materials

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    2016-11-01

    Son, Patricia Davies, Marcial Gonzalez, Marisol Koslowski, Allison Range, Jelena Paripovic, Ankit Agarwal, Bogdan Tanasoiu, Johanna Palsdottir...PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 62602F 6. AUTHOR(S) Jeffrey F. Rhoads, Steven F. Son, Patricia Davies, Marcial Gonzalez, Marisol Koslowski, Allison Range...histories. Strength of Materials. 1993. 25(5): p. 315–322. 14. Z. P. Bazant and P. D. Bath . Endochronic theory of inelasticity and failure of concrete

  4. Evolution of Brazilian Civil-Military Relations: From Pacted Transition to Lula’s Foreign Policy Tool

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    2011-03-01

    Democracia y Fuerza Armada. Vol. 3. Lima: Instituto de Defensa Legal, 2005. Agüero, Felipe and Jeffrey Stark. Fault Lines of Democracy in Post...Bruneau, "Civil-Military Relations in Latin America: The Hedgehog and the Fox Revisited," Revista Fuerzas Armadas y Sociedad 19, no. 1 (2005), 111...Citizenry and the Breakdown of Democracy (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2003), 79. 25 Ibid., 97. 26 Ibid., 99. 27 Juan J. Linz and

  5. The Army Profession: A Narrative

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    2013-05-23

    profile cases of alleged misconduct” were symptomatic of “a much larger issue affecting the armed forces.”9 In the Associated Press, Lolita Baldor ...of-misconduct-among-high-level-military-leaders?lite (accessed January 02, 2013). 10Lolita C. Baldor , "US Army Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair to...Science: An Academic Discipline." Army Magazine, no. 5 (May 2005): 14-15. Baldor , Lolita C. and Michael Biesecker. "US Army Brigadier General

  6. 76 FR 64795 - Airworthiness Directives; Sicma Aero Seat Passenger Seat Assemblies Installed on Various...

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    2011-10-19

    ... DC-10-10, DC-10-10F, DC-10-15, DC-10-30, DC-10-30F (KC-10A and KDC-10), DC-10-40, and DC-10-40F...., Washington, DC. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Jeffrey Lee, Aerospace Engineer, Boston Aircraft..., 3000, and 4000 airplanes. The Boeing Company DC-8-11, DC-8-12, DC-8-21, DC-8-31, DC-8- 32, DC-8-33, DC...

  7. A Case Study of a Quasi-Stationary Tropical Convective Line

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    1989-08-01

    Facility of the National Center of Atmospheric Research in data acquisition. Thanks also goes out to Jeffrey J. Nucciarone, Robert L. Vislocky, Scott A...intensifying stage (Leary and Houze , 1979). Line 2 formed at approximately 2125 GMT roughly 33 km to the northwest of the leading edge of line 1. Figure...9 shows that line 1 had progressed into the mature stage (Leary and Houze , 1979). However, it had not started to produce the nimbostratus anvil which

  8. Mission control activity during STS-61 EVA-1

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    1993-01-01

    Flight controllers Harry Black (left foreground) and Kevin McCluney (right foreground) monitor the televised activity of two space walkers during the first STS-61 extravehicular activity (EVA). Astronauts F. Story Musgrave and Jeffrey A. Hoffman were performing a variety of equipment replacements. At the Integrated Communications Officer Console (INCO) Black plays a role in controlling the TV while McLuney's duties deal with maintenance, mechanical, arm and crew systems.

  9. Mission control activity during STS-61 EVA

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    1993-01-01

    Flight Director Milton Heflin monitors two space walkers as they change out the Wide Field/Planetary Camera (WF/PC) on the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), temporarily berthed in Endeavour's cargo bay. Astronaut Gregory J. Harbaugh, spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM), is at right edge. Astronauts F. Story Musgrave and Jeffrey A. Hoffman can be seen with the large camera on the screen in the front of the flight control room.

  10. Adoption de réseaux à large bande et réduction de la pauvreté ...

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    Des sommités du développement comme Jeffrey Sachs et Muhammad Yunus sont convaincues de l'importance des réseaux à large bande pour favoriser le développement. Mais, où trouver les ... Internet and economic activity in Colombia, 2007-2011 : an analysis of municipalities and 23 main cities. Téléchargez le PDF.

  11. The Enduring Costs of Illegal Immgration

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    2008-01-01

    American citizens concerns. With the attacks came the realization that tens of millions of undocumented immigrants are living within the borders of the...pewhispanic.org/reports/report.php?ReportID=61 (accessed April 30, 2008). Passel, Jeffrey, S. 2004. Undocumented Immigrants : Facts and Figures. Urban...Right around $4 billion tax dollars paid for the education of 315,000 illegal immigrants and U.S.-born children of illegals. III 1.4 million undocumented

  12. East and West, Past and Present: Rekindle Old Principles for New Management Practices

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    Connie Zheng

    2011-01-01

    This paper explores the sayings and stories of the ancient Chinese philosophers Guanzi, Hanfeizi, Xunzi and Yanzi. Their way of ruling the state and managing the people are analysed and discussed in line with thoughts from the mainstream and modern Western management gurus, such as Warren Bennis, Peter Drucker, Mary Parker Follett, Douglas McGregor, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Elton Mayo, and Jeffrey Pfeffer. Striking similarities call for addressing key issues in human resource management. East an...

  13. Skin resurfacing procedures: new and emerging options

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    Loesch MM; Somani AK; Kingsley MM; Travers JB; Spandau DF

    2014-01-01

    Mathew M Loesch,1 Ally-Khan Somani,1 Melanie M Kingsley,1 Jeffrey B Travers,1–3 Dan F Spandau1,41Department of Dermatology, 2Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 3Department of Pediatrics, 4Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USAAbstract: The demand for skin resurfacing and rejuvenating procedures has progressively increased in the last decade and has sparked several advances within the skin resurfacing fie...

  14. Clinical Investigation Program, Reports Control Symbol MED-300(R1), Fiscal Year 1988

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    1988-10-01

    confirmatory test for subclinical hypothyroidism "/ (10Jun88); Endocrine So ann mtg CHETHAM STEVEN T, BERENBERG JEFFREY L: "Disseminated intravascular...roles of ADH, hANF, renin and aldosterone in the pathophysiology of the TUR syndrome in order to: 1) predict which patients are susceptible 2) propose...methods during TURP for the avoidance of the syndrome in susceptible patients and 3) provide greater understanding of the pathophysiology of the TUR

  15. 78 FR 2275 - Center for Scientific Review; Notice of Closed Meetings

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    2013-01-10

    ... Hotel, 1500 New Hampshire Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20036. Contact Person: Jeffrey Smiley, Ph.D... Aging and Development Study Section. Date: February 7-8, 2013. Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Agenda: To... provisions set forth in sections 552b(c)(4) and 552b(c)(6), Title 5 U.S.C., as amended. The grant...

  16. Tissue effects in vessel sealing and transection from an ultrasonic device with more intelligent control of energy delivery

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    Broughton D; Welling AL; Monroe EH; Pirozzi K; Schulte JB; Clymer JW

    2013-01-01

    Duan Broughton,1 Alissa L Welling,1 Emily H Monroe,1 Kristen Pirozzi,2 John B Schulte,1 Jeffrey W Clymer1 1Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, 2University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA Background: Ultrasonic surgical devices have been demonstrated to provide excellent hemostasis, efficient transection, minimal lateral thermal damage, low smoke generation, and no risk of electrical current passage to the patient. These benefits originate from the inherent characteristics of the...

  17. At the Fulcrum of Air Force Identity: Balancing the Internal and External Pressures of Image and Culture

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    2014-01-01

    now-landmark 1987 ar- ticle, Jeffrey Kerr and John Slocum particularly address the unique relation- ship between rewards structures and corporate...CHANGE 16 is the key to understanding culture.”58 Kerr and Slocum identify two distinct reward systems—performance- and hierarchy-based. Although...them.60 Kerr and Slocum observe that hierarchy-based reward structures tend to reinforce a clan culture in which “the individual’s long-term commitment

  18. Interaktiivsed muuseumid ja kunst Tallinnas : pühendatud Märt Väljataga, Anu Juuraku ja tundmatute autorite loomingule / Raivo Kelomees

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    2000-01-01

    Kunsti meelelahutuslikkus. Maailma interaktiivse kunsti muuseumide (Tokyo ICC, Linzi Ars Electronica Center, Karlsruhe ZKM) eesmärk, mängulistest kunstiteostest nendes muuseumides. Interaktiivsete eksponaatidega Tervishoiumuuseum ning Tallinna tehnika- ja teaduskeskus. Märt Väljataga näitus 'Sada tuhat miljardit millenniumisonetti' Linnagaleriis Tallinnas. Anu Juuraku näitus 'Tsoon 2' Kunstihoones. A. Juuraku töö "Suflöör" ja Jeffrey Shaw töö "Loetav linn" võrdlus.

  19. The Mediating Effects of Hardiness on Resilience in Repatriated Vietnam-Era Prisoners of War

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    2015-11-30

    The Mediating Effects of Hardiness on Resilience in Repatriated Vietnam-Era Prisoners of War Saima S. Raza, LT, MSC, USN Jeffrey L. Moore, Ph.D...optimism, emotional regulation, impulse control, empathy, causal analysis, self-efficacy, and reaching out (social support). More recently, Southwick and...models, maintaining physical fitness, learning cognitive and emotional flexibility, and having a growth-promoting sense of meaning and purpose in

  20. Amnesty, Reconciliation and Reintegration: The International Community and the Rwandan Process

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    2008-05-22

    The idea of Rwandan national unity is a cornerstone to a successful reintegration of all members of society, both the victims of the genocide and...Amnesty, Reconciliation and Reintegration : The International Community and the Rwandan Process A Monograph by Major Jeffrey H. Powell, II...GRANT NUMBER 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Amnesty, Reconciliation and Reintegration : The International Community and the Rwandan Process 5c. PROGRAM

  1. Transactional Distributed Shared Memory

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    1992-07-01

    consisted of Joshua Bloch, Dean Daniels, Richard Draves, Dan Duchamp , Jeffrey Eppinger, Elliot Jaffe, Toshihiko Kato, George Michaels, Lily Mummert, Randy...34 Non-blocking commit. The non-blocking commit protocol [LeLann 81, Duchamp 89] is a modification of two-phase commit to guarantee that at least one...Architecture, pages "*-442. IEEE, 1986. Computer Architecture News Volume 14 Number 2. [ Duchamp 89] Dan Duchamp . Transaction Management. PhD thesis, Carnegie

  2. Limitations of Segmented Wavefront Control Devices in Emulating Optical Turbulence

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    2008-03-01

    Mansell, Ty Mar- tinez, Sergio R. Restaino, Don M. Payne, Jamie Harriman, Steve Serati, Gary Sharp, and Jim Schwiegerling. “Liquid Crystal Based...John Gonglewski, Sergio Restaino, Jeffrey Martin, James Phillips, Mary Hartman, Stephen Browne, Paul Kervin, Joshua Snodgrass, Nevin Heimann, Michael...for Adaptive Optics in Vision Science”. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 10(3):629–635, May/Jun 2004. 11. Fernandez , Enrique J

  3. 2006 Chemical Biological Individual Protection (CBIP) Conference and Exhibition

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    2006-03-09

    Edgewood Chemical Biological Center GEN Richard A. Cody Vice CoS, US Army GEN James Cartwright CMD , USSTRATCOM Dr Pete Nanos MG Jeffrey Sorenson Deputy...D Canada - Suffield Preventive Medicine Group Molecular Biology Group Biological Detect/Ident Group Medical Therapy Group Chemical Synthesis and...Type-IA IHADSS – Non- oxygen – AH-64A/D only • Type I – Non- oxygen (HOS capable) – Rotary Wing (exc. Apache) 26 Dominant Air Power: Design For Tomorrow

  4. Analysis and Forecasting of Operating and Support Costs for F-16 C/D

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    2006-06-01

    Makridakis and Steven C. Wheelwright , Forecasting: Methods and Applications, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1978) and Jeffrey M. Moore and Larry R...square error ∑ = = n t ten ME 1 21 148 Makridakis and Wheelwright call this method Holt’s Two...findPage.do?dsp=fec&ci=12553&rsbci=1&fti=133 &ti=0&sc=400. Makridakis, Spyros and Steven C. Wheelwright , Forecasting: Methods and Applications. New York, NY

  5. Interaction between Lung Mechanics and Gas Exchange by Low Volume High Frequency Pulmonary Ventilation in Patients with Respiratory Failure.

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    1984-11-21

    Mechanics and Gas Exchange by Low Volume High Frequency Pulmonary Ventilation in Patients with Respiratory Failure 12. PERSONAL AUTHOR(S) Jeffrey M. Drazen...15 06 Mechanical Ventilation 06 11 19. ABSTRACT (Continue on reverse if necessary and identify by block number) The factors influencing both dynamic...LL II,,,~ 1111.2 HIIIH 111.- MICROCOPY RESOLUTION TEST CHARi 1 I., m P.’N I. AD-A193 073 g’ Fi AD _ _ _ Interaction between Lung Mechanics and Gas

  6. Fire disturbance, forest structure, and stand dynamics in montane forests of the southern Cascades, Thousand Lakes Wilderness, California, USA

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    Bekker, Matthew F.; Taylor, Alan H.

    2010-01-01

    We examined tree diameter, age structure, and successional trends in 100 montane forest plots to identify the effects of variation in the return interval, severity, and extent of fires on forest structure and dynamics in the southern Cascade Range, California. We classified 100 forest plots into 8 groups based on stand structural characteristics. Median point fire return intervals were shortest in lower montane mixed conifer and Jeffrey pine–white fir stands (13-25 y) and upper montane red fi...

  7. Species Profiles. Life Histories and Environmental Requirements of Coastal Fishes and Invertebrates (North Atlantic). Atlantic Herring,

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    1986-04-01

    Service, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, for reviewing the manuscript. vi Figure 1. Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L.). ATLANTIC HERRING NOMENCLATURE...extensively reviewed by Svetividov Scales between gill openings and (1952). caudal base ca. 56-62; ventral scutes Preferred common name . Atlantic...summer, 7 A AL and cladocerans in summer and autumn Ann - Jeffreys Ledge area in winter (Sherman and Perkins 1971). (Creaser and Libby 1982). Adults Food

  8. PNPN Latchup in Bipolar LSI Devices.

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    1982-01-01

    different isolation - -regions that could not be eliminated. These paths were discussed with Mr. • Paul Brokaw of Analog Devices who was instrumental in... Analisis Actvy ATTN: Code 6611, P. Shapiro ATTN: ATAA-TFC, 0. Miller ATTN: Code 6612, D. Walker * ATTN: Code 6612, R. StatlerUS Army Training and Doctrine... Instruments , Inc ATTN: C. Blasnek ATTN: R. McGrath ATTN: R. Kitter ATTN: D. Manus ATTN: E. Jeffrey, MS 961 Westinghouse Electric Corp ATTN: T. Cheek, MS

  9. Temporal Changes in FLT3-ITD Regulation of Stem Cell Self-Renewal and Leukemogenesis

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    2015-09-01

    transduction and gene expression in HSCs and more committed progenitors. We are now testing whether fetal specific gene products can re- program ...identify novel, adult specific effectors of FLT3-ITD driven leukemogenesis (Aim 1) and to determine whether fetal genetic programs can suppress...NUMBER W81XWH-14-1-0120 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Dr. Jeffrey Magee 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5e. TASK NUMBER E-Mail: magee_j@kids.wustl.edu

  10. Milestones in Strategic Arms Control, 1945 2000: United States Air Force Roles and Outcomes

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    2002-09-01

    Campbell 4 Strategic Arms Control and the US Air Force: The SALT Era, 1969–80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Jeffrey A. Larsen iii Chapter Page...80 Chapter 3 The Road to SALT Anne G. Campbell The period from 1969 to 1980 marked a new era of détente between the Soviet Union and the United...but also would serve to protect regional noncombatants from the escala - tory terrorism practiced by Saddam Hussein in the Gulf War.44 This new focus

  11. An Architecture for Cooperative Localization in Underwater Acoustic Networks

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    2015-10-24

    An Architecture for Cooperative Localization in Underwater Acoustic Networks ∗ Jeffrey M. Walls University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan jmwalls...umich.edu Ryan M. Eustice University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan eustice@umich.edu ABSTRACT This paper outlines an architecture for underwater...underwater navigation framework. In this paper, we outline the design, implemen- tation, and deployment of a system architecture for multiple vehicle

  12. Olympic Fisher Reintroduction Project: 2010 Progress Report

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    Lewis, Jeffrey C.; Happe, Patti J.; Jenkins, Kurt J.; Manson, David J.

    2010-01-01

    The 2010 progress report is a summary of the reintroduction, monitoring, and research efforts undertaken during the third year of the Olympic fisher reintroduction project. Jeffrey C. Lewis of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Patti J. Happe of Olympic National Park, and Kurt J. Jenkins of U. S. Geological Survey are the principal investigators of the monitoring and research program associated with the reintroduction. David J. Manson of Olympic National Park is the lead biological technician.

  13. Olympic Fisher Reintroduction Project- 2009 Progress Report

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    Lewis, Jeffrey C.; Happe, Patti J.; Jenkins, Kurt J.; Manson, David J.

    2009-01-01

    The 2009 progress report is a summary of the reintroduction, monitoring, and research efforts undertaken during the first two years of the Olympic fisher reintroduction project. Jeffrey C. Lewis of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Patti J. Happe of Olympic National Park, and Kurt J. Jenkins of U. S. Geological Survey are the principal investigators of the monitoring and research program associated with the reintroduction. David J. Manson of Olympic National Park is the lead biological

  14. Facilitating Smoking Cessation and Preventing Relapse in Primary Care: Minimizing Weight Gain by Reducing Alcohol Consumption

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    2012-01-01

    received pay from this project: Mark Sobell, Ph.D. 18 Linda Sobell, Ph.D. Toni Brundige, M.A. Crystal Mendoza, M.A. Lisa Alvarez, Ph.D. Christopher...Antoinette Brundige, M.A., San Antonio Military Medical Center Jeffrey L. Goodie Ph.D., Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Crystal ...Michelob Honey Lager 175 Schlitz Light 110 Merlot 95 Gibson 207 Sherry Flip 195 Busch Light 110 Michelob Light 113 Schlitz Malt Liquor 185 Mosell 100

  15. The patient–body relationship and the “lived experience” of a facial burn injury: a phenomenological inquiry of early psychosocial adjustment

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    Kornhaber, Rachel; McLean, Loyola; Rogers, Vanessa; Proctor,Marie- Therese; Kwiet, Julia; Streimer,Jeffrey; Vandervord,John

    2015-01-01

    Loyola M McLean,1–3 Vanessa Rogers,3–4 Rachel Kornhaber,5–7 Marie-Therese Proctor,8 Julia Kwiet,3–4 Jeffrey Streimer,3–4 John Vandervord6 1Brain and Mind Centre and Discipline of Psychiatry, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia; 2Westmead Psychotherapy Program, Discipline of Psychiatry, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health District, Parramatta, NSW, Australia; 3Consultation-...

  16. Retail clinics at tipping point. Pharmacies, chains answering demand for access and affordability.

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    Robeznieks, Andis

    2013-05-06

    Retail clinics are booming and the healthcare role of retail pharmacists is expanding as consumers and insurers accept the trends. Some say it's a cost-effective way to deliver care. "lt's a win-win-win scenario. Patient outcomes are better, we're getting more prescriptions and, from a payer perspective, their total cost of care is lower," says Dr. Jeffrey Kang, chief architect of Walgreen's retail expansion.

  17. Interactive On-Line Conferences.

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    1984-12-01

    Dan. High-Level Protocols. Proceedings of the IEEE 66(11):1371-1386, November, 1978. [1151 Stallman , Richard M. EMACS, the Extensible, Customizable...Self-Documenting Display Editor. In Proc. Symposium on Text Manipulation, pages 147-156. ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOA, June, 1981. [116] Stallman , Richard M. A...IEN- 119, M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory, September, 1979. [351 Furuta, Richard , Scofield, Jeffrey, and Shaw, Alan. Document Formatting Systems: Survey

  18. Past, Present, and Future Old Growth in Frequent-fire Conifer Forests of the Western United States

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    Scott R. Abella; W. Wallace. Covington; Peter Z. Fulé; Leigh B. Lentile; Andrew J. Sánchez Meador; Penelope Morgan

    2007-01-01

    Old growth in the frequent-fire conifer forests of the western United States, such as those containing ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), Jeffrey pine (P. jeffreyi), giant sequoia (Sequioa giganteum) and other species, has undergone major changes since Euro-American settlement. Understanding past changes and anticipating future changes under different potential management scenarios are fundamental to developing ecologically based fuel reduction or ecological restoration treatments. Some of the...

  19. Wants and Needs: SAMS’ Relationship With the Army

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    2008-05-19

    Government, Ron Heifetz and Marty Linsky.76 Setting an academic objective for AMSP students to excel at adaptive leadership is not out of the question...War College, Carlisle Barracks, PA, 2004. p.2. Provides a working definition of Strategic Leadership as leadership exercised at the strategic level...GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) 5d. PROJECT NUMBER COL Jeffrey Goble 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT

  20. What Lies Beneath: Saddam’s Legacy and the Roots of Resistance in Iraq

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    2005-12-01

    Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.” 200 Jeffrey White quoted in Ivan Eland et al., 9. 201 Daniel Brumberg , “The Trap of Liberalized Autocracy...relevant. In the words of one scholar, “reality is 444 Brumberg , “The Trap of Liberalized Autocracy...www.brookings.edu/fp/saban/iraq/index.pdf (accessed November 10, 2005). Brumberg , Daniel. “The Trap of Liberalized Autocracy.” Journal of Democracy 13

  1. Welcome to Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports

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    Musser JMB

    2011-01-01

    Musser Jeffrey MBDepartment of Veterinary Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, TX, USAThis year marks the 250th anniversary of the Royal Veterinary School in Lyon, France, the world's first veterinary college. Since its inception, many changes have occurred in veterinary medicine such as views on education and didactic learning, demographics of our profession, and standards of practice in animal husbandry, medicine, surgery, anesthesia, and vacci...

  2. A Search for Understanding. Analysis of Human Performance on Target Acquisition and Search Tasks using Eyetracker Data.

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    1995-06-01

    USING EYETRACKER DATA CVI T Jeffrey F. Nicoll David H. Hsu DTIC JLMI &** lm* \\& m *** ÄUG 1 6 1995 June 1995 Preparedfor Advanced...Agency. IDA PAPER P-3036 A SEARCH FOR UNDERSTANDING: ANALYSIS OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE ON TARGET ACQUISITION AND SEARCH TASKS USING EYETRACKER DATA...4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE A Search for Understanding: Analysis of Human Performance on Target Acquisition and Search Tasks Using Eyetracker Data 6

  3. Development of a Virtual Environment for Catapult Launch Officers

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    2015-03-01

    NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA THESIS DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT FOR CATAPULT LAUNCH OFFICERS by J e:ffrey...TITLE AND SUBTITLE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT FOR CATAPULT LAUNCH OF- FICERS 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 6. AUTHOR(S) Jeffrey Korzatkowski 7...Virtual Reality, Catapult Launch Officer, Flight Deck, Training in Virtual Environments, Transfer of Training 15. NUMBER OF PAGES 67 16. PRICE CODE 17

  4. The Coordinated Noninvasive Studies (CNS) Project. Phase 1. Appendices

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    1991-12-01

    International Society of Phonetic Sciences Society of Sigma Xi Society for Neuroscience Consultantshis: McDonnell Center for the Study of Higher Brain...Dissertation, 1982) Hypnosis and Its Relationship to Right Hemisphere Processing (Jeffrey Levine, Ph.D. Dissertation, 1983) Perceptual Attributes of...WI. "Assessment techniques and what they can tell us," to American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Clinical Neuroscience Conference, Bethesda MD

  5. Back to the Future

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    Brian Snowdon; Jeffrey G. Williamson

    2003-01-01

    Jeffrey Williamson is a leading authority on the economic history of the international economy. His interests cover a wide area within the field of economic history and include research on international economic development, the industrial revolution, industrialisation and de-industrialisation, tariff policy, factor price convergence, demography and economic development, and international labour migration. Since the early 1960s he has been a major contributor to the ‘cliometric’ approach ...

  6. STS-46 MS Hoffman takes Italian Space Agency (ASI) personnel on tour of JSC

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    1989-01-01

    STS-46 Mission Specialist (MS) and Payload Commander (PLC) Jeffrey A. Hoffman escorts representatives from the Italian Space Agency (ASI) on a tour of the Space Station Mockup and Trainer Facility (SSMTF) located in JSC's Mockup and Integration Laboratory (MAIL) Bldg 9B. Hoffman (center), wearing microphone, briefs visitors on the SSMTF Habitation Module galley area. At the far left is STS-46 backup Payload Specialist Umberto Guidoni. At Hoffman's right is STS-46 Payload Specialist Franco Malerba (glasses hanging around his neck).

  7. Demonstration of Regional Discrimination of Eurasian Seismic Events Using Observations at Soviet IRIS and CDSN Stations

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    1992-03-01

    Department of Geology & Geophysics 5400 Poin Royal Road U-45, Room 207 SpiIgft" dVA 22151-2388 Univers!*YOf Connecticut Dr. Suam Deck Prof. Steven Day...San Diego, CA 92121 Cambridge, MA 02138 Prof. John Ebel Dr. Dale Glover Department of Geology & Geophysics Defense Intelligence Agency Boston College...94720 University of California, San Diego La Jolla, CA 92093 Dr. Art McGarr Prof. Jeffrey Park U.S. Geological Survey Kline Geology Laboratoy Mail Stop

  8. Research Methods

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    1992-01-01

    WasI* Ion Headquarters Services. Directorate for Information Operations anc: 1fngton, VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and Budget...Post . associate editors. Jeffrey D. Orossman and Jan Walravsn. 0. ca. -- (Defense research series ; v. 31 "Publisheb in cooperat ion with NATO...In S.S. Williamson, M. Hoke, G. Stroink, & M. Kotani (Eds.), Advances in biomagnetism . New York: Plenum. Lewis, G.W., Trejo, L.J., Nunez, P

  9. Modifying the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine for the Modern Geo-Strategic Environment

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    2017-03-31

    Miller, for their instruction and advice . Lastly, I wish to acknowledge Mr. Jeffrey Turner for the many hours of professional and objective editorial...instructing young soldiers how to make war, not merely to think about war. Over time, Clausewitz has supplanted Jomini as the tactics and procedures of 19th...defending and securing the national interest. Military commanders will provide advice for framing policy then translate that policy to strategic and

  10. Sharing the Responsibility for Children's Literacy Development in First Grade: Child - Parent - Teacher Partnerships

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    Jeffrey, Sally Sherwin Jr.

    1997-01-01

    SHARING THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR CHILDREN'S LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN FIRST GRADE: CHILD - PARENT - TEACHER PARTNERSHIPS by Sally Sherwin Jeffrey Jerome A. Niles, Chairperson College of Human Resources and Education (ABSTRACT) The purpose of this study was to describe what happens when parents and children are invited to participate in a child-parent-teacher partnership which mutually supports the child's literacy development during transition into first grade. Q...

  11. Mechanisms of Cytotoxicity of the Aids Virus

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    1994-08-01

    of significant inverse correlaticns ware detemined between results of transcript detection and inmunological parameters ard clinical parameters. Fig 57... inmunological parameters. Statistical significance (at the level of p<O.05) was achieved in the oorrelation of gag transcripts with (C)4 cell count, CDC...34, STEVEN P. ADAMSII, AND JEFFREY I. GORDONt§ Departments of * Pediatrics . tMedicine. IMolecular Microbiology, and §Molecular Biology and Pharmacology

  12. Improving Strategies to Prevent and Prepare for Radiological Attack

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    2010-03-01

    Jeffrey Knopf, I thank for your enthusiasm for your fields of academic study and ability to distill complex issues into basic elements. You helped... academic and government literature consistently. The Radiological Dispersal Device (RDD) threat is frequently differentiated from other WMD regarding...text in: LexisNexis ® Congressional Hearings Digital Collection (accessed 17 December 2009), 36. 94 Ibid. 95 Ibid. 25 According to the GAO, The

  13. Corruption in the PLA: Retarding China’s Rise as a Great Power

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    2013-03-01

    South China Morning Post, April 5, 2006, in LexisNexis Academic (accessed December 5, 2012). 8 Jeffrey Becker, “Tackling Corruption at Its Source...June 26, 2012, in LexisNexis Academic (accessed January 4, 2013). 10 Richard D. Fisher Jr., China’s Military Modernization (Westport, CT: Praeger...December 2, 2009, In LexisNexis Academic (accessed November 11, 2012). 12 Minnie Chan, “PLA Streamlines Arms Purchases to Stamp Out Waste and Corruption

  14. Book Reviews

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    Edward J. Hagerty

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Defend the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5. By Christopher Andrew. Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War. By W. Craig Reed. Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence Analysis. By Richards J. Heuer, Jr. and Randolph H. Pherson. The Iraq Effect: The Middle East After the Iraq War. By Frederic Wehrey, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Jessica Watkins, Jeffrey Martini, and Robert A. Guffey.

  15. Genética forense y técnicas de reproducción asistida: en guardia ante lo inesperado

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    Pascual, E.; Castelló Ponce, Ana

    2014-01-01

    Desde que Alec Jeffreys dio a conocer la huella genética, el ADN se ha convertido en una herramienta imprescindible para los investigadores del crimen. Su poder para la identificación se fundamenta en la seguridad de que el ADN de cada perso na p rocede indudablemente de sus progenitores, siendo único e irrepetible. Sin embargo la naturaleza puede generar alteraciones q ue parecen contradecir esos preceptos, conduciendo a error a los expertos forenses. El quimerismo es un bu...

  16. Secondary infertility in women: radiologic evaluation

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    Jeffrey Dee Olpin; Anne Kennedy

    2011-01-01

    Jeffrey Dee Olpin, Anne KennedyUniversity of Utah Health Sciences Center, Salt Lake City, UT, USAAbstract: Female infertility is a commonly encountered problem that presently accounts for a significant percentage of women seeking gynecologic services. While primary infertility is defined as the inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy successfully to full term, secondary infertility is defined as difficulty in conceiving after already having previously conceived (either carrying a pregnancy...

  17. RF Breakdown Prevention, Part 2 Product Overview

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    2015-05-07

    Rolf Kich FMC Rami Kishek University of Maryland Kevin Lim FMC Jared Lucey GSFC Jerry Michaelson The Aerospace Corporation Raul Perez JPL Stu Quade...PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) The Aerospace Corporation 2310 E. El Segundo Blvd. El Segundo, CA 90245-4609 8. PERFORMING...The Aerospace Corporation ; and Dr. Jeffrey Tate, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems. The other members of the team came from the government and

  18. Optimizing Global Force Management for Special Operations Forces

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    2016-12-01

    FORCE MANAGEMENT FOR SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES by Emily A. LaCaille December 2016 Thesis Advisor: Paul L. Ewing Second Reader: Jeffrey...Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington, VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and Budget...DATES COVERED Master’s thesis 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE OPTIMIZING GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT FOR SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES 5. FUNDING NUMBERS 6

  19. Lipodermatosclerosis.

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    Heymann, Warren R

    2009-06-01

    Based on the dialogue "Lipodermatosclerosis" between Jeffrey E. Petersen, MD, and Gary Brauner, MD. Dialogues in Dermatology, a monthly audio program from the American Academy of Dermatology, contains discussions between dermatologists on timely topics. Commentaries from Dialogues Editor-in-Chief Warren R. Heymann, MD, are provided after each discussion as a topic summary and are provided here as a special service to readers of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.

  20. First Steps in the Development of a Method for Evaluating Environmental Restoration Projects

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    1992-09-01

    Susskind and Cruikshank 1987.) 24 IV. THE INTERMEDIATE RUN Over the intermediate run-for the two or three fiscal years following FY94, let us say-two... Leonard A., & Batie, Sandra S. (1987). Mitigating damages from coastal wetlands development: Policy, economics, and financing. Marine Resource...existence value of wildlife: What do CUM estimates really show?. Land Economics, 67(4), 390-400. Susskind , Lawrence, & Cruikshank, Jeffrey. (1987

  1. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Study the Role of the Gut Microbiome in Relapsing and Progressive MS

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    2017-10-01

    biological information and data. Jeffrey E Dereus Knight Programmer Analyst 2 management of the software team, setup of project tracking and LIMS for...of the principal discipline(s) of the project Nothing to report 4b. impact on other disciplines Nothing to report 4c. impact on technology ...Cree Cree PI 1 Clinical PI Sneha Singh Cree Coordinator 6 Clinical coordinator Adam Santaniello Cree Database manager 1 Set up project database

  2. Oligodendroglial MCT1 and Metabolic Support of Axons in Multiple Sclerosis

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    2015-10-01

    AWARD NUMBER: W81XWH-14-1-0524 TITLE:Oligodendroglial MCT1 and Metabolic Support of Axons in Multiple Sclerosis PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Jeffrey D...29 Sep 2015 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Oligodendroglial MCT1 and Metabolic Support of Axons in Multiple Sclerosis 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER W81XWH-14-1-0524...MCT1 in injured oligodendroglia of multiple sclerosis patients contributes to axon neurodegeneration and that increasing MCT1 will be protective in the

  3. A two-layered suspension (particle-fluid) model for non-Newtonian fluid flow in a catheterized arterial stenosis with slip condition at the wall of stenosed artery

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    Ponalagusamy, R.

    2017-05-01

    The primary concern of the present investigation is to study blood flow in a porous catheterized artery with an axially asymmetric and radially symmetric stenosis (constriction). In the present study, blood is characterized as a two-fluid system containing a cell-rich zone of suspension of blood cells described to be a particle-fluid suspension (Jeffrey fluid) and a cell-free plasma (Newtonian fluid) layer near the wall. The systematic expressions for flow characteristics such as fluid phase and particle phase velocities, flow rate, wall shear stress, resistive force, and frictional forces on walls of arterial stenosis and catheter are derived. It is recorded that the wall shear stress, flow resistance, and frictional forces are found to be increased with catheter size, red cell concentration, and slip parameter. When blood obeys the law of constitutive equation of a Jeffrey fluid, the flowing blood experiences lesser wall shear stress, flow resistance and frictional forces as compared to the case of blood being categorized as a Newtonian fluid. The increase in Darcy number, blood rheology as Jeffrey fluid, and the presence of peripheral plasma layer near the wall serves to reduce substantially the values of the flow characteristics (wall shear stress, flow resistance and frictional forces).

  4. Objective Bayesian Analysis of Skew- t Distributions

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    BRANCO, MARCIA D'ELIA

    2012-02-27

    We study the Jeffreys prior and its properties for the shape parameter of univariate skew-t distributions with linear and nonlinear Student\\'s t skewing functions. In both cases, we show that the resulting priors for the shape parameter are symmetric around zero and proper. Moreover, we propose a Student\\'s t approximation of the Jeffreys prior that makes an objective Bayesian analysis easy to perform. We carry out a Monte Carlo simulation study that demonstrates an overall better behaviour of the maximum a posteriori estimator compared with the maximum likelihood estimator. We also compare the frequentist coverage of the credible intervals based on the Jeffreys prior and its approximation and show that they are similar. We further discuss location-scale models under scale mixtures of skew-normal distributions and show some conditions for the existence of the posterior distribution and its moments. Finally, we present three numerical examples to illustrate the implications of our results on inference for skew-t distributions. © 2012 Board of the Foundation of the Scandinavian Journal of Statistics.

  5. ERC supports antihydrogen research

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    Katarina Anthony

    2013-01-01

    As part of a Europe-wide effort to promote high-level research, the European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a €2.14 million grant to ALPHA spokesperson Jeffrey Hangst, which will further the collaboration’s study of the antihydrogen spectrum. The grant will be used to purchase laser spectroscopy equipment for the new ALPHA-2 set-up.   ALPHA Spokesperson, Jeffrey Hangst, in front of the new ALPHA-2 set-up. The incorporation of lasers into ALPHA-2 will allow the team to take precise measurements of trapped antihydrogen. Among the new equipment financed by the grant will be a high-precision laser and stabilisation system to study the transition from the ground state to the first excited state in antihydrogen. As this spectral line is very well known in hydrogen, its study in antihydrogen will provide essential data for matter/antimatter symmetry investigations. “The grant has come at a perfect time for us,” says Jeffrey Hangst. “We wil...

  6. The Future of the Andrew File System

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    CERN. Geneva; Altman, Jeffrey

    2011-01-01

    The talk will discuss the ten operational capabilities that have made AFS unique in the distributed file system space and how these capabilities are being expanded upon to meet the needs of the 21st century. Derrick Brashear and Jeffrey Altman will present a technical road map of new features and technical innovations that are under development by the OpenAFS community and Your File System, Inc. funded by a U.S. Department of Energy Small Business Innovative Research grant. The talk will end with a comparison of AFS to its modern days competitors.

  7. A Nobel Pursuit May Not Run like Clockwork.

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    2017-11-30

    Living in rural Maine, Jeffrey Hall's own rhythm has been thrown upside down after he received a very unexpected call one morning on the award of this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Together with Michael Rosbash and Mike Young, they were recognized "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm." Cell editor Marta Koch caught up with Jeff on a calm Sunday morning, when electricity at his house had just returned after recent storms. Annotated excerpts from their chat about behavior, misbehavior, and the challenges and joys of working with fruit flies, are presented below. Copyright © 2017. Published by Elsevier Inc.

  8. 76 FR 80754 - Approval and Promulgation of Implementation Plans; State of Kansas: Regional Haze

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    ... 0.0 0.5 0.0 Gill 3 181.6 452.1 148.6 0.3 33.0 451.8 Gill 4 103.8 333.3 85.2 0.2 18.7 333.1 Neosho 7... regional haze SIP, Westar Energy, EPA, and the State entered into a Federal Consent Decree in resolution of... in resolution of alleged violations of the Clean Air Act. The Consent Decree requires that Jeffrey...

  9. Assessment of the Activation State of Rho Family GTP-Binding Proteins in Breast Cancer Cells and Specimens

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    t Lawrence G. Palmer,* Sun Y. Moont Alejandro Peralta Soler,§ Gerard L. Apodaca,1I Jeffrey F. Harper,I Yi Zheng,t and Ayyappan K. Rajasekarant # t...J. Cell Biol. 146, 219-232. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Leung, S.-M., Rojas, R., Maples, C., Flynn, C., Ruiz , W.G., Jou, T.-S., We thank Drs. Ernest Wright and...Palmer, L.G., Quan, K., Harper, J.F., Ball, W.J. Jr., Harber, R.S., Pressley, T.A., Loeb, J.N., and Ismail-Beigi, F. (1987). Bander, N.H., Peralta

  10. Digitale Literaturwissenschaft: Perspektiven, Probleme und Potentiale der Philologien im ›digital turn‹. Vortrag auf Einladung der Arbeitsgruppe ›Digital Humanities‹ der Graduate School ›Practices of Literature‹ in Münster am 17.07.2013

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    Full Text Available In einem Vortrag auf Einladung der Arbeitsgruppe ›Digital Humanities‹ (Münster, 17.07.2013 erörtert Earl Jeffrey Richards die Möglichkeiten der digitalen Philologie. In seiner historischen Spurensuche stößt er dabei auf Hypertext-Verfahren, die bereits vor mehreren Jahrhunderten in der Theologie und Editionsphilologie zum Einsatz kamen. Er zeichnet nach, dass digitale philologische Arbeitsweisen sich als optimale Lösungen nicht nur bei Editionen und Vergleichsprojekten erweisen, sondern auch eine De-Hierarchisierung der Kanonbildung ermöglichen.

  11. DOE A9024 Final Report Functional and Nanoscale Materials Systems: Frontier Programs of Science at the Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory

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    Lewis, Jennifer A.

    2009-03-24

    The scientific programs of the FSMRL supported under the DOE A9024 Grant consisted of four interdisciplinary research clusters, as described. The clusters were led by Professors Tai Chiang (Physics), Jeffrey Moore (Chemistry), Paul Goldbart (Physics), and Steven Granick (Materials Science and Engineering). The completed work followed a dominant theme--Nanoscale Materials Systems--and emphasized studies of complex phenomena involving surfaces, interfaces, complex materials, dynamics, energetics, and structures and their transformations. A summary of our key accomplishments is provided for each cluster.

  12. On the Nature of the 20°—Discontinuity in the Earth's Mantle

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    Nishimura, Eiichi; Kishimoto, Yoshimichi; Kamitsuki, Akira

    2011-01-01

    The structure of the earth's mantle, mainly its upper part, having been investigated by the analysis of seismic waves of five Kamchatka-Kurile Islands earthquakes of shallow focus and some others, the problems on the existence and property of the 20°-discontinuity and the low-velocity layer in the mantle are discussed in some detail. The time-distance graphs obtained in Japan are in fair agreement with Jeffreys-Bullen's Table (1939), and also the 20°-discontinuity is considered to exi...

  13. Einstein's Jury The Race to Test Relativity

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    Crelinsten, Jeffrey

    2006-01-01

    Einstein's Jury is the dramatic story of how astronomers in Germany, England, and America competed to test Einstein's developing theory of relativity. Weaving a rich narrative based on extensive archival research, Jeffrey Crelinsten shows how these early scientific debates shaped cultural attitudes we hold today. The book examines Einstein's theory of general relativity through the eyes of astronomers, many of whom were not convinced of the legitimacy of Einstein's startling breakthrough. These were individuals with international reputations to uphold and benefactors and shareholders to p

  14. RELATORIA: XXI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL EN ADMINISTRACION DE EMPRESAS AGROPECUARIAS Torreón Coahuila, 29, 30 y 31 de mayo del 2008.

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    José Mendoza Becerril

    2008-01-01

    El presídium estuvo integrado por el Lic.Jeffrey Max Jones Jones, Subsecretario de Fomento de los Agronegocios de SAGARPA y representante personal del Lic Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, Presidente de México, el Ing. Héctor Fernández Aguirre, Secretario de Fomento Agropecuario y representante personal del C. Gobernador del Estado de Coahuila, el Dr. Jorge Galo Medina Torres Rector de la UAAAN, El Dr. Jorge Yamil Darwich Ramírez Rector de la UAL, el Ing. Mario Valdes Berlanga, Preside...

  15. The Space Shuttle Columbias vertical stabilizer appears to point to the four stars of the Southern

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    1996-01-01

    STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- The Space Shuttle Columbias vertical stabilizer appears to point to the four stars of the Southern Cross. The scene was captured with a 35mm camera just prior to a sunrise. The seven member crew was launched aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia on February 22, 1996, and landed on March 9, 1996. Crew members were Andrew M. Allen, mission commander; Scott J. Horowitz, pilot; Franklin R. Chang-Diaz, payload commander; and Maurizio Cheli, European Space Agency (ESA); Jeffrey A. Hoffman and Claude Nicollier, ESA, all mission specialists; along with payload specialist Umberto Guidioni of the Italian Space Agency (ASI).

  16. Quantum Bayesianism as the basis of general theory of decision-making.

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    Khrennikov, Andrei

    2016-05-28

    We discuss the subjective probability interpretation of the quantum-like approach to decision making and more generally to cognition. Our aim is to adopt the subjective probability interpretation of quantum mechanics, quantum Bayesianism (QBism), to serve quantum-like modelling and applications of quantum probability outside of physics. We analyse the classical and quantum probabilistic schemes of probability update, learning and decision-making and emphasize the role of Jeffrey conditioning and its quantum generalizations. Classically, this type of conditioning and corresponding probability update is based on the formula of total probability-one the basic laws of classical probability theory. © 2016 The Author(s).

  17. Are Batman and Superman the Barometer of Our Times? A Review of ‘Superheroes in Crisis’

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    Ira Erika Franco

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The WWII historian Jeffrey K. Johnson studies how the two comic book legends Superman and Batman have adapted successfully to American cultural and social landscapes through time. This is a book review of ‘Superheroes in Crisis’, a monograph that details some decisive moments from their creation in the late 30’s up to the 70’s in which both characters have transformed in order to maintain their relevance as what Johnson calls ‘cultural barometers’

  18. Book Reviews

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    Redactie KITLV

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    -Charles V. Carnegie, W. Jeffrey Bolster, Black Jacks: African American Seamen in the age of sail. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1997. xiv + 310 pp. -Stanley L. Engerman, Wim Klooster, Illicit Riches: Dutch trade in the Caribbean, 1648-1795. Leiden: KITLV Press, 1998. xiv + 283 pp. -Luis Martínez-Fernández, Emma Aurora Dávila Cox, Este inmenso comercio: Las relaciones mercantiles entre Puerto Rico y Gran Bretaña 1844-1898. San Juan: Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1996. ...

  19. Estatus adulto, consolidación de identidad, religiosidad y trascendencia como predictores del bienestar psicológico en la adultez emergente

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    Torres Jiménez, Francisca

    2016-01-01

    El fundamento de esta tesis se encuentra en una inclinación connatural por los temas relacionados con la madurez personal y las tareas de madurez en la etapa adulta, desde la perspectiva de la Teoría del Ciclo Vital del desarrollo humano. Se profundiza en el estudio de la transición de la adolescencia a la edad adulta y en el conepto de adultez emergente propuesto por Jeffrey Jensen Arnett. Se trata de una etapa del ciclo en la que el individuo puede encontrar un espacio privilegiado donde av...

  20. Book review

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    Busch, Paul

    This book is a homage to Jeffrey Bub, with twelve contributions from colleagues and friends-philosophers, physicists and mathematicians-working in the foundations and philosophy of modern physics. The range of topics covered reflects the scope of Bub's broad interests and life work in this field, and each article is a tribute to his commitment to conceptual and mathematical rigor. Some of the contributions are more didactic in nature, giving an accessible introduction to or survey of their subject. Others are reviews of a larger research program or critical assessments of the status of a problem of current interest, while some authors chose to report their recent research results.

  1. The Cyber Military Revolution and the Need for a New Framework of War

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    2012-04-16

    Nuclear Age, 69-75. 51 A.J. Bacevich, The Pentomic ERA: The US Army Between Korea and Vietnam, (Washington DC, NDU Press, 1986 ), 105-109.  35...the shootout at the OK Corral. The Scope of Cyberwarfare Figure 2.3 The Scope of Cyberwarfare21 In the cyber domain, similar techniques...22 Jeffrey Carr, Inside Cyber Warfare (Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly Media, 2010), 5.  23 Ibid., 5.    24 CWZ, “ FBI

  2. Making Policy in the Shadow of the Future

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    2010-01-01

    discipline after September 11, but not to do so risks the twin perils of overstretch and counter-containment.3 Rather than pushing narrowly defined...be 18–24-year-olds, the prime targets of military recruiting. As a result, concerns over the difficulty and cost of sustaining the size of the U.S...Strategy After the Bush Doctrine, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008; Niall Ferguson, “The Problem of Conjecture ,” in Melvyn P. Leffler and Jeffrey W

  3. A logic for inductive probabilistic reasoning

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    Jaeger, Manfred

    2005-01-01

    that a is a B with probability 0.7. Direct inference is generalized by Jeffrey's rule and the principle of cross-entropy minimization. To adequately formalize inductive probabilistic reasoning is an interesting topic for artificial intelligence, as an autonomous system acting in a complex environment may have...... objective of our approach is to ensure that for both entailment relations complete proof systems exist. This is achieved by allowing probability distributions in our semantic models that use non-standard probability values. A number of results are presented that show that in several important aspects...... the resulting logic behaves just like a logic based on real-valued probabilities alone....

  4. The 12th Annual International Meeting on Simulation Healthcare (IMSH) 2012

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    2012-03-01

    Affairs Medical Center Boise ID USA Melissa Cashin MSN RN BC Texas Children’s Hospital Baylor College of Medicine Houston TX USA Carolyn Cason ...advance simulation in their institution. Course Director: Terri Jenkins, RN, MSN Faculty: Carolyn Cason , PhD, RN; Terri Jenkins, RN, MSN; Susan...CRNA, MSN, DrPH Faculty: John O’Donnell, CRNA, MSN, DrPH; David Rodgers, EdD, NREMT-P; Carolyn Cason , PhD, RN; Jeffrey Groom, PhD Nursing

  5. Dual solutions of magnetohydrodynamic stagnation point flow and heat transfer of viscoelastic nanofluid over a permeable stretching/shrinking sheet with thermal radiation

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    Jusoh, R.; Nazar, R.; Pop, I.

    2017-09-01

    The present study is intended to encompass the stagnation point flow and heat transfer of viscoelastic nanofluid with the presence of thermal radiation. The viscous incompressible electrically conducting and Jeffrey fluid model is taken into account. The governing partial differential equations are reduced to ordinary differential equations by using the appropriate similarity variables. The resulting differential equations are solved numerically using the built in bvp4c function in Matlab. Dual solutions are discovered for a certain range of the governing parameters. Numerical results for the velocity and temperature profiles as well as the skin friction coefficients and the local Nusselt number are elucidated through tables and graphs.

  6. Cholesterol Reduction in an ’At-Risk Population

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    1989-05-17

    cholesterol in ’our cream, etc. Frozen low rat yogurt , sherbet. blood stream. Luckily, it’s easy to buy dairv and ice milk are all much lower in tat...OI FILE COPY DISSERTATION c J CHOLESTEROL REDUCTION IN AN "AT-RISK" POPULATION DT IC."M "T E’T F.,E , FEB 0 11990nD Submitted by Jeffrey M. Johnston...UNITELEMENT NO. NO. NO IACCESSION NO. 11. TITLE (include Security Classification) (UNCLASSIFIED) ES CHOLESTEROL REDUCTION IN AN "AT-RISK" POPULATION 12

  7. What is relativity? an intuitive introduction to Einstein's ideas, and why they matter

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    Bennett, Jeffrey

    2014-01-01

    It is common knowledge that if the Sun suddenly turned into a black hole, it would suck Earth and the rest of the planets into oblivion. Yet as bestselling author and astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett points out, black holes don't suck. With that simple idea in hand, Bennett begins an entertaining introduction to Einstein's theories, describing the amazing phenomena readers would actually experience if they took a trip through a black hole.The theory of relativity also gives us the cosmic speed limit of the speed of light, the mind-bending ideas of time dilation and curvature of spacetime, and wh

  8. Toward a Social History ofArchaeology in the United States, by Thomas C. Patterson. Harcourt Brace College Publishers, Fort Worth, 1995

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    Charles C. Kolb

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    Full Text Available This volume, one of the initial publications in the Harcourt Brace "Case Studies in Archaeology" series edited by Jeffrey Quilter, is designed, the editor writes, for broad appeal as an inexpensive textbook for students enrolled in beginning and intermediate courses in anthropology, archaeology, history, and related disciplines. The books in this series focus upon selected areas of archaeology, including method and theory. Quilter states the truism that "archaeologists have not done a very good job in discussing the history of their own discipline" (p. vi. The series, therefore, is also designed to address this issue.

  9. A new member of troglobitic Carychiidae, Koreozospeum nodongense gen. et sp. n. (Gastropoda, Eupulmonata, Ellobioidea) is described from Korea

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    Jochum, Adrienne; Prozorova, Larisa; Sharyi-ool, Mariana; Páll-Gergely, Barna

    2015-01-01

    Abstract A new genus of troglobitic Carychiidae Jeffreys, 1830 is designated from Nodong Cave, North Chungcheong Province, Danyang, South Korea. This remarkable find represents a great range extension and thus, a highly distant distribution of troglobitic Carychiidae in Asia. The Zospeum-like, carychiid snails were recently included, without a formal description, in records documenting Korean malacofauna. The present paper describes Koreozospeum Jochum & Prozorova, gen. n. and illustrates the type species, Koreozospeum nodongense Lee, Prozorova & Jochum, sp. n. using novel Nano-CT images, including a video, internal shell morphology, SEM and SEM-EDX elemental compositional analysis of the shell. PMID:26312456

  10. Cross-Shelf Circulation and Momentum and Heat Balances Over the Inner Continental Shelf Near Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

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    2007-09-01

    us students during my early years in the Joint Program, and now Julia West- water, Marsha Gomes, Christine Charette , Laishona Vitelli, and Valerie...1000.5-5f . ... . . . . ... . J FMAM J J A SON D J FMAM J JASON D cross-shelf flow along-shelf flow 3VC . .i dot sho . h mea ove .l yers Ope .ice .r...layer. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 35:444-457, 2005. Mark Pritchard, Jason Gobat, William M. Ostrom, Jeffrey Lord, Paul Bouchard, and Robert A. Weller. CBLAST

  11. Genetics Research Discovered in a Bestseller | Poster

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    By Nancy Parrish, Staff Writer One morning in early January, Amar Klar sat down at his computer and found an e-mail with a curious message from a colleague. While reading a bestselling novel, The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides, his colleague, a professor at Princeton University, found a description of research on yeast genetics that was surprisingly similar to Klar’s early research. Even the laboratory in the novel was reminiscent of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where Klar had conducted his research.

  12. Color-Based Image Retrieval from High-Similarity Image Databases

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    Hansen, Michael Adsetts Edberg

    Many image classification problems can fruitfully be thought of as image retrieval in a "high similarity image database" (HSID) characterized by being tuned towards a specific application and having a high degree of visual similarity between entries that should be distinguished. We introduce...... a method for HSID retrieval using a similarity measure based on a linear combination of Jeffreys-Matusita (JM) distances between distributions of color (and color derivatives) estimated from a set of automatically extracted image regions. The weight coefficients are estimated based on optimal retrieval...

  13. Color-Based Image Retrieval from High-Similarity Image Databases

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    Hansen, Michael Adsetts Edberg; Carstensen, Jens Michael

    2003-01-01

    Many image classification problems can fruitfully be thought of as image retrieval in a "high similarity image database" (HSID) characterized by being tuned towards a specific application and having a high degree of visual similarity between entries that should be distinguished. We introduce...... a method for HSID retrieval using a similarity measure based on a linear combination of Jeffreys-Matusita (JM) distances between distributions of color (and color derivatives) estimated from a set of automatically extracted image regions. The weight coefficients are estimated based on optimal retrieval...

  14. Daughter Zion

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    Holt, Else Kragelund

    2014-01-01

    Discussing Kathleen M. O’Connor’s understanding of the book of Jeremiah as a book by and for traumatized survivors of the collapse of Jerusalem (587 B.C.E.), this essay introduces the concepts of cultural memory (Jan Assmann) and cultural trauma (Jeffrey Alexander) as the methodological bases...... process of a society searching for meaning. This textual chaos is also reflected in the gendering of voices in Jer 2; 8–9, and Lam 1–2; 4 which constructs the audience as victims of their ancestors’ transgressions....

  15. Band-offsets at BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction and enhanced photoelectrochemical response: theory and experiment(Conference Presentation)

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    Sharma, Dipika; Satsangi, Vibha R.; Dass Kaura, Sahab; Shrivastav, Rohit; Waghmare, Umesh V.

    2016-10-01

    Band-offsets at BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction and enhanced photoelectrochemical response: theory and experiment Dipika Sharmaa, Vibha R. Satsangib, Rohit Shrivastava, Umesh V. Waghmarec, Sahab Dassa aDepartment of Chemistry, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra-282 110 (India) bDepartment of Physics and Computer Sciences, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra-282 110 (India) cTheoretical Sciences Unit, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Jakkur, Bangalore-560 064 (India) * Phone: +91-9219695960. Fax: +91-562-2801226. E-mail: drsahabdas@gmail.com. Study on photoelectrochemical activity of pristine BaTiO3, Cu2O and BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction has been carried out using DFT based band offsets and charge carriers effective mass calculations and their experimental verification. The results of DFT calculations show that BaTiO3 and Cu2O have staggered type band alignment after the heterojunction formation and high mobility of electrons in Cu2O as compared to the electrons in BaTiO3. Staggered type band edges alignment and high mobility of electrons and holes improved the separation of photo-generated charge carriers in BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction. To validate the theoretical results experiments were carried out on pristine BaTiO3, Cu2O and BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction with varying thickness of Cu2O. All samples were characterized by X- Ray Diffractometer, SEM and UV-Vis spectrometry. Nanostructured thin films of pristine BaTiO3, Cu2O and BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction were used as photoelectrode in the photoelectrochemical cell for water splitting reaction. Maximum photocurrent density of 1.44 mA/cm2 at 0.90 V/SCE was exhibited by 442 nm thick BaTiO3/Cu2O heterojunction photoelectrode Increased photocurrent density and enhanced photoconversion efficiency, exhibited by the heterojunction may be attributed to improved conductivity and enhanced separation of the photogenerated carriers at the BaTiO3/Cu2O interface. The experimental results and first

  16. BAYESIAN HIGHEST POSTERIOR DENSITY INTERVALS FOR THE AVAILABILITY OF A SYSTEM WITH A 'REST-PERIOD' FOR THE REPAIR FACILITY

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    ENGLISH ABSTRACT: In this paper Bayesian estimation for the steady state availability of a one-unit system with a rest-period for the repair facility is studied. The assumption is that the repair facility takes rest with probability p after each repair completion and the facility does not take the same with probability (l - p. The prior information is assumed to be vague and the Jeffreys' prior is used for the unknown parameters in the system. Gibbs sampling is used to derive the posterior distribution of the availability and subsequently the highest posterior density (HPD intervals. A numerical example illustrates these results.

    AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: In .hierdie artikel word die Bayes-beraming van die ewewigstoestandsbeskikbaarheid van 'n steise1 wat afwisselend gebruik word, voorgestel. Daar word veronderstel dat die herstelfasiliteit na voltooiing van clke herstel Of 'n rustydperk binnegaan of nie. Die rustydperk sal geneem word met waarskynlikheid p en die waarskynlikheid dat daar nie 'n rustydperk genccm word nie, is (l - p. Jeffrey se a priori-verdeling word vir die onbekende parameters in die stelsel aanvaar. Gibbs-steekproefneming word gcbruik om die a posterioriverdeling van die beskikbaarheid en daarna die hoogste a posteriori-digtheidsintervalle (HPD afte lei. 'n Numeriese voorbeeld illustreer hierdic resultate .

  17. PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY: STATUS OF A PROBLEM TODAY. RUSSIAN NETWORK OF JMF-CENTERS

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    Full Text Available The problems of primary immunodeficiency in Russia and the ways of solving of them are discussed in the article. Primary immunodeficiency is a group of rare diseases, so awareness of this pathology in the medical community and among patients is very low. This leads to late diagnosis and inadequate treatment of patients with such conditions. The result of the late beginning of treatment is early development of disability, and the high mortality rate of patients, as well as the high costs of the treatment of complications of primary immunodeficiency and sick-leave certificates for the government. Today in time and adequate therapy allows patients not only to reach adulthood without signs of disability, and to lead an active way of life, but to have healthy children. Given the high cost of therapy in many countries, the issue of providing patients with life-saving drugs remains unresolved. The global practice is to involve social organizations and funds. One of the foundations supporting educational programs, development of laboratories and research in the field of primary immunodeficiency is the Foundation of the Jeffrey Modell. A network of centres for primary immunodeficiency supported by the Jeffrey Modell Foundation (JMF-centers has started its functioning over the territory of the Russian Federation since 2011 in order to improve diagnostics and treatment of patients with primary immunodeficiency. A brief description of activity of these centers is presented in the article.

  18. Studying antimatter with laser precision

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    2012-01-01

    The next generation of antihydrogen trapping devices, ALPHA-2, is moving into CERN’s Antiproton Decelerator (AD) hall. This brand-new experiment will allow the ALPHA collaboration to conduct studies of antimatter with greater precision. ALPHA spokesperson Jeffrey Hangst was recently awarded a grant by the Carlsberg Foundation, which will be used to purchase equipment for the new experiment.   A 3-D view of the new magnet (in blue) and cryostat. The red lines show the paths of laser beams. LHC-type current leads for the superconducting magnets are visible on the top-right of the image. The ALPHA collaboration has been working to trap and study antihydrogen since 2006. Using antiprotons provided by CERN’s Antiproton Decelerator (AD), ALPHA was the first experiment to trap antihydrogen and to hold it long enough to study its properties. “The new ALPHA-2 experiment will use integrated lasers to probe the trapped antihydrogen,” explains Jeffrey Hangst, ALP...

  19. Wildfire and Spatial Patterns in Forests in Northwestern Mexico: The United States Wishes It Had Similar Fire Problems

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    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Knowledge of the ecological effect of wildfire is important to resource managers, especially from forests in which past anthropogenic influences, e.g., fire suppression and timber harvesting, have been limited. Changes to forest structure and regeneration patterns were documented in a relatively unique old-growth Jeffrey pine-mixed conifer forest in northwestern Mexico after a July 2003 wildfire. This forested area has never been harvested and fire suppression did not begin until the 1970s. Fire effects were moderate especially considering that the wildfire occurred at the end of a severe, multi-year (1999-2003 drought. Shrub consumption was an important factor in tree mortality and the dominance of Jeffrey pine increased after fire. The Baja California wildfire enhanced or maintained a patchy forest structure; similar spatial heterogeneity should be included in US forest restoration plans. Most US forest restoration plans include thinning from below to separate tree crowns and attain a narrow range for residual basal area/ha. This essentially produces uniform forest conditions over broad areas that are in strong contrast to the resilient forests in northern Baja California. In addition to producing more spatial heterogeneity in restoration plans of forests that once experienced frequent, low-moderate intensity fire regimes, increased use of US wildfire management options such as wildland fire use as well as appropriate management responses to non-natural ignitions could also be implemented at broader spatial scales to increase the amount of burning in western US forests.

  20. How to Recognize and Avoid Potential, Possible, or Probable Predatory Open-Access Publishers, Standalone, and Hijacked Journals.

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    Danevska, Lenche; Spiroski, Mirko; Donev, Doncho; Pop-Jordanova, Nada; Polenakovic, Momir

    2016-11-01

    The Internet has enabled an easy method to search through the vast majority of publications and has improved the impact of scholarly journals. However, it can also pose threats to the quality of published articles. New publishers and journals have emerged so-called open-access potential, possible, or probable predatory publishers and journals, and so-called hijacked journals. It was our aim to increase the awareness and warn scholars, especially young researchers, how to recognize these journals and how to avoid submission of their papers to these journals. Review and critical analysis of the relevant published literature, Internet sources and personal experience, thoughts, and observations of the authors. The web blog of Jeffrey Beall, University of Colorado, was greatly consulted. Jeffrey Beall is a Denver academic librarian who regularly maintains two lists: the first one, of potential, possible, or probable predatory publishers and the second one, of potential, possible, or probable predatory standalone journals. Aspects related to this topic presented by other authors have been discussed as well. Academics should bear in mind how to differentiate between trustworthy and reliable journals and predatory ones, considering: publication ethics, peer-review process, international academic standards, indexing and abstracting, preservation in digital repositories, metrics, sustainability, etc.

  1. Academic Training Lecture 2011

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    2011-01-01

    Regular Programme 22 & 23 February 2011 Mr. Derrick Brashear, Jeffrey Altman (Your File System Inc.) from 11:00 to 12:00 - Bldg. 222-R-001 - Filtration Plant Tuesday 22 February 2011 A History of the Andrew File System Derrick Brashear and Jeffrey Altman will present a technical history of the evolution of Andrew File System starting with the early days of the Andrew Project at Carnegie Mellon through the commercialization by Transarc Corporation and IBM and a decade of OpenAFS. The talk will be technical with a focus on the various decisions and implementation trade-offs that were made over the course of AFS versions 1 through 4, the development of the Distributed Computing Environment Distributed File System (DCE DFS), and the course of the OpenAFS development community. The speakers will also discuss the various AFS branches developed at the University of Michigan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Carnegie Mellon University. Wednesday 23 February The Future of the Andrew File System T...

  2. Hard X-ray Footpoint Source Sizes

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    Dennis, Brian R.; Kontar, E. P.; Gopie, A. A.; Tolbert, A. K.; Schwartz, R. A.

    2010-05-01

    RHESSI has detected compact hard (25 - 100 keV) X-ray sources that are ɜ arcseconds (FWHM) in extent for certain flares (Dennis and Pernak (2009). These sources are believed to be at magnetic loop footpoints that are known from observations at other wavelengths to be very small. Flare ribbons seen in the UV with TRACE, for example, are 1 arcsecond in width, and white light flares show structure at the 1 arcsecond level. However, Kontar and Jeffrey (2010) have shown that the measured extent should be >6 arcseconds, even if the X-ray emitting thick-target source is point-like. This is because of the strong albedo contribution in the measured energy range for a source located at the expected altitude of 1 Mm near the top of the chromosphere. This discrepancy between observations and model predictions may indicate that the source altitude is significantly lower than assumed or that the RHESSI image reconstruction procedures are not sensitive to the more diffuse albedo patch in the presence of a strong compact source. Results will be presented exploring the latter possibility using the Pixon image reconstruction procedure and other methods based on visibilities. Dennis, B. R. and Pernak, R. L., 2009, ApJ, 698, 2131-2143. Kontar, E. P. and Jeffrey, N. L. S., 2010, A&A, in press.

  3. Bringing Class and Indigeneity In, but Leaving Japaneseness Out

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    Robert Moorehead

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey Paul Bayliss. On the Margins of Empire: Buraku and Korean Identity in Prewar and Wartime Japan. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013. 454 pp. $45 (cloth. Mark K. Watson. Japan's Ainu Minority in Tokyo: Diasporic Indigeneity and Cultural Politics. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2014. 190 pp. $145 (cloth. Buoyed by waves of labor migration into Japan from Asia and Latin America, the field of Japan studies has seen a renewed interest in Japan’s minority groups. Much of the new scholarship has focused on debunking notions of Japanese uniqueness found in political discourse about the nation, known as Nihonjinron. In particular, this work has focused on Japan’s supposed ethnic, racial, and class homogeneity, examining the experiences of newcomers, oldcomers, and native others in Japan. From this academic work, two key analytical foci—social class and indigeneity—have tended to be missing. On the Margins of Empire: Buraku and Korean Identity in Prewar and Wartime Japan, by Jeffrey Paul Bayliss, and Japan’s Ainu Minority in Tokyo: Diasporic Indigeneity and Urban Politics, by Mark K. Watson, address this shortcoming in their respective analyses of Burakumin and Koreans from the Meiji Restoration to the end of World War II, and of present-day Ainu residing in Tokyo...

  4. Flow patterns and critical criteria of thermally stratified shear flow in braided rivers

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    Li Gu

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Flow characteristics of thermally stratified shear flow in braided rivers are particularly complicated and poorly understood. In this study, a series of typical flow patterns was examined and their critical criteria were determined. Four flow patterns were identified: mixed, locally unstable, continuously stratified, and two-layer flow. Temperature distributions of the four types of flow patterns were analyzed and compared. The critical Froude numbers for unstable flow, FDcr1, and stable flow, FDcr2, were determined to be 6 and 1, respectively, and comparison of FDcr1 and FDcr2 to the peak Froude numbers, FD1 at the outer bank and FD2 at the inner bank along the anabranch, allowed the flow patterns to be assessed. Then, a discriminant based on initial Jeffreys-Keulegan stability parameters was established to distinguish the flow stages from two-layer flow to completely mixed flow. It is indicated that the three critical Jeffreys-Keulegan parameters increased with the diversion angle of braided rivers. Results also show that, compared to the stratified flow in straight and curved channels, it was more difficult for braided stratified flow to maintain as two-layer flow, and it more easily became mixed flow. Consequently, empirical expressions for stability criteria of the thermally stratified shear flow in braided rivers are presented.

  5. An Exact Solution for a Boundary Value Problem with Application in Fluid Mechanics and Comparison with the Regular Perturbation Solution

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    Abdelhalim Ebaid

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The exact solution for any physical model is of great importance in the applied science. Such exact solution leads to the correct physical interpretation and it is also useful in validating the approximate analytical or numerical methods. The exact solution for the peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid with variable viscosity through a porous medium in an asymmetric channel has been achieved. The main advantage of such exact solution is the avoidance of any kind of restrictions on the viscosity parameter α, unlike the previous study in which the restriction α ≪ 1 has been put to achieve the requirements of the regular perturbation method. Hence, various plots have been introduced for the exact effects of the viscosity parameter, Daray’s number, porosity, amplitude ratio, Jeffrey fluid parameter, and the amplitudes of the waves on the pressure rise and the axial velocity. These exact effects have been discussed and further compared with those approximately obtained in the literature by using the regular perturbation method. The comparisons reveal that remarkable differences have been detected between the current exact results and those approximately obtained in the literature for the axial velocity profile and the pressure rise.

  6. THE RIGIDITY OF THE EARTH'S INNER CORE

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    K. E. BULLEN

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    Full Text Available The purpose of this paper is to examine and assess, in the
    light of recent evidence, the theory lliat the Earth's inner core has
    a significant rigidity.
    The presenee of an inner core in the Earth is revealed from
    observations of the seismie pliase PKP in the « sliadow zone » for
    which the epicentral distance A lies in the range 105" < A < 143".
    Miss I. Lehmann (r in 1936, followed by Gutenberg and Richter (2
    in 1938, atlrihuted these observations to tlie presence of an inner
    core; and Jeffreys (3 in 1939 applied Airy's theory of diffraetion
    near a caustic to sliow that the alternative theory of diffraetion
    round the outer boundary of the centrai core was not capable of
    explaining tlie observations in the shadow zone. The existence of the
    inner core has been fairly generallv accepted sinee tliis ealculation
    of Jeffreys.

  7. [Frequency of various mini- and micro-satellite sequences in DNA of human chromosome 13].

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    Ryskov, A P; Kupriianova, N S; Kapanadze, B I; Nechvolodov, K K; Pozmogova, G E; Prosniak, M I; Iankovskiĭ, N K

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    The frequency of specific mini- and micro-satellites known also as short tandem repeated sequences (STR) in the human 13 chromosome was estimated by hybridization of STR core oligonucleotides to recombinant cosmid clones transferred to a grid from a human 13 chromosome specific cosmid library ICRF Lawrist 4 C108 (DN L4/HS 13). Oligonucleotides: M13 and Jeffreys minisatellite core sequences and micro-satellite core sequences (TCC)5, (CAC)5, and (GACA)4 were [gamma-32P] end labeled and hybridized to membrane filters carrying good ordered cosmid clones. It was shown that great number of all these mini- and micro-satellite copies (besides of Jeffreys minisatellite) are spread independently along the 13th chromosome. It was also estimated that two or more (GACA)n blocks present in the same cosmid (i.e. on the stretch of 40-50 kb) forming similar groups of clustered micro-satellites. The interesting peculiarity has been recorded that some (GACA)n+ cosmids are also hybridizable to conservative 28SrDNA 3'-fragment that indicates that (GACA)n localization in the nucleoli area. As the result of it we began the creation of a new highly polymorphic markers collections for these chromosome.

  8. Cine Club

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    Thursday 14 July 2011 at 20:30 CERN Council Chamber The Big Lebowski By/de : Ethan Coen and Joel Coen (USA, 1998) 117 min With/avec: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski is the ultimate LA slacker, until one day his house is broken into and his rug is peed on by two angry gangsters who have mistaken him for Jeffrey Lebowski, the LA millionaire, whose wife owes some bad people some big money. The Dude becomes entangled in the plot when he goes to visit the real Lebowski in order to get some retribution for his soiled rug, and is recruited to be the liason between Lebowski and the captors of his now "kidnapped" wife. Original version english; english subtitles Entrance : 2 CHF Projection from DVD http://cineclub.web.cern.ch/Cineclub/     Thursday 21 July 2011 at 20:30 CERN Council Chamber The Reader By/de : Stephen Daldry (USA/Germany, 2008) 124 min With/avec: Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes, Bruno Ga...

  9. Professor Peter Higgs: "My Life as a Boson"

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    2012-01-01

    Professor Peter Higgs played a key role in the development of the Standard Model, our current theory of fundamental physics. The search for the Higgs Boson is the centrepiece of the LHC programme at CERN, and the existence of this famously elusive particle is likely to be confirmed or refuted with data currently being collected, using apparatus partly designed at Bristol. Professor Higgs will introduce the ideas of spontaneous symmetry breaking, and discuss how these developed from their application in condensed matter through the earlier work of Yoichiro Nambu and Jeffrey Goldstone, to the work of Robert Brout, Francois Englert and himself in 1964. The subsequent application of these ideas to electroweak theory will be discussed briefly.

  10. The limits of lubrication theory for a disk approaching a parallel plane wall

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    Trahan, Jeffrey F.; Wehbeh, Elias G.; Hussey, R. G.

    1987-04-01

    Measurements have been made of the velocity of a thin circular disk of radius r, as it falls with its axis vertical, through a viscous liquid toward a horizontal plane boundary. The distance from the fixed plane to the bottom surface of the disk is denoted by h. For h3r the results agree with the far-field boundary effect formula derived by Brenner [J. Fluid Mech. 12, 35 (1962)]. An empirical expression is proposed for intermediate values of h. The squeeze film solutions for both a circular cylinder and a sphere approaching a plane are compared with the exact solutions for a cylinder [D. J. Jeffrey and Y. Onishi, Q. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 34, 129 (1981)] and a sphere [H. Brenner, Chem. Eng. Sci. 16, 242 (1961)] and empirical formulas are proposed for the departure from lubrication theory in these two cases.

  11. Penalising Model Component Complexity: A Principled, Practical Approach to Constructing Priors

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    Simpson, Daniel

    2017-04-06

    In this paper, we introduce a new concept for constructing prior distributions. We exploit the natural nested structure inherent to many model components, which defines the model component to be a flexible extension of a base model. Proper priors are defined to penalise the complexity induced by deviating from the simpler base model and are formulated after the input of a user-defined scaling parameter for that model component, both in the univariate and the multivariate case. These priors are invariant to repa-rameterisations, have a natural connection to Jeffreys\\' priors, are designed to support Occam\\'s razor and seem to have excellent robustness properties, all which are highly desirable and allow us to use this approach to define default prior distributions. Through examples and theoretical results, we demonstrate the appropriateness of this approach and how it can be applied in various situations.

  12. Interfacial Dynamics of Thin Viscoelastic Films and Drops

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    Barra, Valeria; Kondic, Lou

    2016-01-01

    We present a computational investigation of thin viscoelastic films and drops on a solid substrate subject to the van der Waals interaction force. The governing equations are obtained within a long-wave approximation of the Navier-Stokes equations with Jeffreys model for viscoelastic stresses. We investigate the effects of viscoelasticity, Newtonian viscosity, and the substrate slippage on the dynamics of thin viscoelastic films. We also study the effects of viscoelasticity on drops that spread or recede on a prewetted substrate. For dewetting films, the numerical results show the presence of multiple secondary droplets for higher values of elasticity, consistently with experimental findings. For drops, we find that elastic effects lead to deviations from the Cox-Voinov law for partially wetting fluids. In general, elastic effects enhance spreading, and suppress retraction, compared to Newtonian ones.

  13. Planck and the local Universe: quantifying the tension

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    Verde, Licia; Protopapas, Pavlos

    2013-01-01

    We use the latest Planck constraints, and in particular constraints on the derived parameters (Hubble constant and age of the Universe) for the local universe and compare them with local measurements of the same quantities. We propose a way to quantify whether cosmological parameters constraints from two different experiments are in tension or not. Our statistic, T, is an evidence ratio and therefore can be interpreted with the widely used Jeffrey's scale. We find that in the framework of the LCDM model, the Planck inferred two dimensional, joint, posterior distribution for the Hubble constant and age of the Universe is in "strong" tension with the local measurements; the odds being ~ 1:50. We explore several possibilities for explaining this tension and examine the consequences both in terms of unknown errors and deviations from the LCDM model. In some one-parameter LCDM model extensions, tension is reduced whereas in other extensions, tension is instead increased. In particular, small total neutrino masses ...

  14. Bayesian hypothesis testing for single-subject designs.

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    de Vries, Rivka M; Morey, Richard D

    2013-06-01

    Researchers using single-subject designs are typically interested in score differences between intervention phases, such as differences in means or trends. If intervention effects are suspected in data, it is desirable to determine how much evidence the data show for an intervention effect. In Bayesian statistics, Bayes factors quantify the evidence in the data for competing hypotheses. We introduce new Bayes factor tests for single-subject data with 2 phases, taking serial dependency into account: a time-series extension of Rouder, Speckman, Sun, Morey, and Iverson's (2009) Jeffreys-Zellner-Siow Bayes factor for mean differences, and a time-series Bayes factor for testing differences in intercepts and slopes. The models we describe are closely related to interrupted time-series models (McDowall, McCleary, Meidinger, & Hay, 1980). (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved).

  15. Observation, experiment and hypothesis in modern physical science

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    Hannaway, Owen

    1985-01-01

    These original contributions by philosophers and historians of science discuss a range of issues pertaining to the testing of hypotheses in modern physics by observation and experiment. Chapters by Lawrence Sklar, Dudley Shapere, Richard Boyd, R. C. Jeffrey, Peter Achinstein, and Ronald Laymon explore general philosophical themes with applications to modern physics and astrophysics. The themes include the nature of the hypothetico-deductive method, the concept of observation and the validity of the theoretical-observation distinction, the probabilistic basis of confirmation, and the testing of idealizations and approximations.The remaining four chapters focus on the history of particular twentieth-century experiments, the instruments and techniques utilized, and the hypotheses they were designed to test. Peter Galison reviews the development of the bubble chamber; Roger Stuewer recounts a sharp dispute between physicists in Cambridge and Vienna over the interpretation of artificial disintegration experiments;...

  16. Cognitive systems engineering in health care

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    Bisantz, Ann M; Fairbanks, Rollin J

    2014-01-01

    Cognitive Engineering for Better Health Care Systems, Ann M. Bisantz, Rollin J. Fairbanks, and Catherine M. BurnsThe Role of Cognitive Engineering in Improving Clinical Decision Support, Anne Miller and Laura MilitelloTeam Cognitive Work Analysis as an Approach for Understanding Teamwork in Health Care, Catherine M. BurnsCognitive Engineering Design of an Emergency Department Information System, Theresa K. Guarrera, Nicolette M. McGeorge, Lindsey N. Clark, David T. LaVergne, Zachary A. Hettinger, Rollin J. Fairbanks, and Ann M. BisantzDisplays for Health Care Teams: A Conceptual Framework and Design Methodology, Avi ParushInformation Modeling for Cognitive Work in a Health Care System, Priyadarshini R. PennathurSupport for ICU Clinician Cognitive Work through CSE, Christopher Nemeth, Shilo Anders, Jeffrey Brown, Anna Grome, Beth Crandall, and Jeremy PamplinMatching Cognitive Aids and the "Real Work" of Health Care in Support of Surgical Microsystem Teamwork, Sarah Henrickson Parker and Shawna J. PerryEngageme...

  17. 2011 Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers: the PECASE Awards Ceremony

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    Poneman, Daniel [DOE Deputy Secretary

    2012-08-01

    The winners for 2011 of the DOE PECASE Awards were recognized in a ceremony held August 01, 2012. Dr. Bill Brinkman, Director of the Office of Science introduced the main speaker, DOE Deputy Secretary Daniel B. Poneman. Leaders from across the Department and the fields of energy research and technology presented the 2011 winners. They are: Dr. Stanley Atcitty (SNL); Dr. Jeffrey W. Banks (LLNL); Dr. Amy J. Clarke (LANL); Derek R. Gaston (INL); Dr. Christopher Hirata (California Institute of Technology); Dr. Heileen Hsu-Kim (Duke University); Dr. Thomas Francisco (Jaramillo Stanford University); Dr.Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (MIT); Dr. Peter Mueller (ANL); Dr. Daniel B. Sinars (SNL); Dr. Jesse Thaler (MIT); and Dr. Heather Whitley (LLNL).

  18. The Arabidopsis P4-ATPase ALA3 requires a ß-subunit to function in phospholipid translocation and secretory vesicle formation

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    Lopez Marques, Rosa Laura

    The Arabidopsis P4-ATPase ALA3 requires a ß-subunit to function in phospholipid translocation and secretory vesicle formation   Lisbeth R. Poulsen1, Rosa L. López-Marqués1, Stephen C. McDowell2, Juha Okkeri3, Dirk Licht3, Alexander Schulz1, Thomas Pomorski3,  Jeffrey F. Harper2, and Michael G....... Palmgren1 1Centre for Membrane Pumps in Cells and Disease - PUMPKIN, Danish National Research Foundation, Department of Plant Biology, University of Copenhagen, DK-1871 Frederiksberg C, Denmark 2Biochemistry Department MS200, University of Nevada Reno, NV 89557, USA 3Humboldt-University Berlin, Faculty...... and in inducing membrane curvature, which is a requirement for vesicle formation. We show that Aminophospholipid ATPase3 (ALA3), a member of the P4-ATPase subfamily in the plant Arabidopsis thaliana, localizes to the Golgi apparatus and that genetic lesions of ALA3 result in impaired growth of roots and shoots...

  19. Teoría social: Las relaciones entre Europa y Estados Unidos

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    JOSÉP PICÓ LÓPEZ

    1997-01-01

    Full Text Available la sociologia mundial perderia la comprension de su perspectiva y la variedad de sus enfoques respecto a la realidad social si continua sufriendo la estandarizacion de la sociologia profesional americana. la sociologia europea necesita resistir a esta tendencia de la misma manera en que europa ha de resistir la macdonalizacion de la cultura con el fin de preservar la diversidad de si misma y el mundo. contra esta tesis de r. münch, jeffrey c. alexander cuestiona la forma particular en que el sociologo aleman investiga la dimension social de la ciencia y el reduccionismo de su enfoque, es decir, la asimetria entre las causas sociales y la logica teorica en su analisis de la sociologia europea y americana. este articulo trata de situar, resumir y clarificar algunos de los temas de esta polemica teorica.

  20. STS-93 Mission Specialist Cady Coleman suits up for launch

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    1999-01-01

    For the third time, during final launch preparations in the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-93 Mission Specialist Catherine G. Coleman (Ph.D.) dons her launch and entry suit. After Space Shuttle Columbia's July 20 and 22 launch attempts were scrubbed, the launch was again rescheduled for Friday, July 23, at 12:24 a.m. EDT. STS-93 is a five-day mission primarily to release the Chandra X-ray Observatory, which will allow scientists from around the world to study some of the most distant, powerful and dynamic objects in the universe. The STS-93 crew numbers five: Commander Eileen M. Collins, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Stephen A. Hawley (Ph.D.), Coleman, and Michel Tognini of France, with the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES). Collins is the first woman to serve as commander of a shuttle mission.

  1. Position statement. Part one: Immune function and exercise

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    Walsh, Neil P; Gleeson, Michael; Shephard, Roy J

    2011-01-01

    ") have been published since the formation of the International Society of Exercise and Immunology (ISEI) in 1989 (ISI Web of Knowledge). We recognise the epidemiological distinction between the generic term "physical activity" and the specific category of "exercise", which implies activity for a specific...... purpose such as improvement of physical condition or competition. Extreme physical activity of any type may have implications for the immune system. However, because of its emotive component, exercise is likely to have a larger effect, and to date the great majority of our knowledge on this subject comes...... function and exercise (Jeffrey Woods); acquired immunity and exercise (Nicolette Bishop); mucosal immunity and exercise (Michael Gleeson and Nicolette Bishop); immunological methods in exercise immunology (Monika Fleshner); anti-inflammatory effects of physical activity (Charlotte Green and Bente Pedersen...

  2. Finding the Evidence in CAM: a Student's Perspective

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    Jeffrey Ghassemi

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available This commentary offers a future health care provider's perspective on the role of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM in Western (namely, in US medical education and practice. As a student of both public health and medicine in the United States, Jeffrey Ghassemi is interested in CAM's contribution to improving medical practice and teaching. The commentary highlights the ambiguous definitions of CAM to Westerners despite the rising popularity of and expenditures for alternative modalities of care. It then argues for collaboration between alternative and established medical communities to ascertain the scientific merits of CAM. It concludes by calling for a new medical paradigm that embraces the philosophies of both communities to advance education and patient care.

  3. Radiation effects on the mixed convection flow induced by an inclined stretching cylinder with non-uniform heat source/sink.

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    Hayat, Tasawar; Qayyum, Sajid; Alsaedi, Ahmed; Asghar, Saleem

    2017-01-01

    This study investigates the mixed convection flow of Jeffrey liquid by an impermeable inclined stretching cylinder. Thermal radiation and non-uniform heat source/sink are considered. The convective boundary conditions at surface are imposed. Nonlinear expressions of momentum, energy and concentration are transformed into dimensionless systems. Convergent homotopic solutions of the governing systems are worked out by employing homotopic procedure. Impact of physical variables on the velocity, temperature and concentration distributions are sketched and discussed. Numerical computations for skin friction coefficient, local Nusselt and Sherwood numbers are carried out. It is concluded that velocity field enhances for Deborah number while reverse situation is observed regarding ratio of relaxation to retardation times. Temperature and heat transfer rate are enhanced via larger thermal Biot number. Effect of Schmidt number on the concentration and local Sherwood number is quite reverse.

  4. Identification of earthquakes that generate tsunamis in Java and Nusa Tenggara using rupture duration analysis

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    Pribadi, S., E-mail: sugengpribadimsc@gmail.com [Tsunami Warning Information Division, Indonesian Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), Jalan Angkasa I No. 2, Jakarta13920 and Graduate Student of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, Bandung Institute of T (Indonesia); Puspito, N. T.; Yudistira, T.; Afnimar,; Ibrahim, G. [Global Geophysics Research Group, Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132 (Indonesia); Laksono, B. I. [Database Maintenance Division, Indonesian Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), Jalan Angkasa I No.2, Jakarta 13920 (Indonesia); Adnan, Z. [Database Maintenance Division, Indonesian Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), Jalan Angkasa I No. 2, Jakarta 13920 and Graduate Student of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, Bandung Institute of Technol (Indonesia)

    2014-09-25

    Java and Nusa Tenggara are the tectonically active of Sunda arc. This study discuss the rupture duration as a manifestation of the power of earthquake-generated tsunami. We use the teleseismic (30° - 90°) body waves with high-frequency energy Seismometer is from IRIS network as amount 206 broadband units. We applied the Butterworth high bandpass (1 - 2 Hz) filtered. The arrival and travel times started from wave phase of P - PP which based on Jeffrey Bullens table with TauP program. The results are that the June 2, 1994 Banyuwangi and the July 17, 2006 Pangandaran earthquakes identified as tsunami earthquakes with long rupture duration (To > 100 second), medium magnitude (7.6 < Mw < 7.9) and located near the trench. The others are 4 tsunamigenic earthquakes and 3 inland earthquakes with short rupture duration start from To > 50 second which depend on its magnitude. Those events are located far from the trench.

  5. Oligarchy in Thailand?

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    T. F. Rhoden

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available A modern conception of oligarchy, which can be housed under an authoritarian regime as easily as it can under a liberal democratic one, can affect our understanding of the potential national political repercussions of extreme inequalities of wealth. This article has two goals: (1 to conceptually analyse the meaning of oligarchy; and (2 to make a descriptive case for its use in the Thai context. The test case of contemporary Thailand shows what exactly an oligarch or oligarchy means under a military regime and the potential effects for national politics of an oligarchy based on material wealth. Utilizing Jeffrey A. Winters’ Aristotelian-grounded conception of oligarchy for the contemporary world, this article argues that some political outcomes in Thailand are inexplicable without recourse to a modern variant of oligarchic theory and analysis.

  6. OxyContin was submitted and justifiably approved by the agency as a 12-hour dosage form

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    Fudin J

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey Fudin,1,2 Mena Raouf,3 Erica L Wegrzyn4 1REMITIGATE, LLC, 2Stratton Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Albany, NY, 3Veteran Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Alvin C York Campus, Murfreesboro, TN, 4Stratton Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Albany, NY, USAExtended-release (ER or long-acting (LA opioids are increasingly used for management of chronic pain. Approximately 3.8 million patients receive prescriptions for ER/ LA opioids in the US.1 The number of prescriptions dispensed for ER/LA has more than doubled over the past decade, increasing from 9.3 million in 2000 to 22.9 million in 2009. Consequently, in 2012, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA developed a risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for ER/LA opioids.2

  7. Skin resurfacing procedures: new and emerging options

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    Loesch MM

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Mathew M Loesch,1 Ally-Khan Somani,1 Melanie M Kingsley,1 Jeffrey B Travers,1–3 Dan F Spandau1,41Department of Dermatology, 2Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 3Department of Pediatrics, 4Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USAAbstract: The demand for skin resurfacing and rejuvenating procedures has progressively increased in the last decade and has sparked several advances within the skin resurfacing field that promote faster healing while minimizing downtime and side effects for patients. Several technological and procedural skin resurfacing developments are being integrated into clinical practices today allowing clinicians to treat a broader range of patients' skin types and pathologies than in years past, with noteworthy outcomes. This article will discuss some emerging and developing resurfacing therapies and treatments that are present today and soon to be available.Keywords: rejuvenation, wounding, non-melanoma skin cancer, therapy

  8. Can we not work together to help family practitioners become more effective pain managers?

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    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey Fudin,1,2,3 Timothy J Atkinson,4 Mena Raouf,4 Michael E Schatman51Stratton VA Medical Center, Albany, NY, USA; 2Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany, NY, USA; 3Scientific and Clinical Affairs, Remitigate LLC, Delmar, NY, USA; 4VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Murfreesboro, Nashville, TN, USA; 5US Pain Foundation, Bellevue, WA, USASnyder et al recently published a review in American Family Physician titled, “Treating Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy: An Update”, which provided an overview of pharmacologic treatment options for providers; however, some of the recommendations made by the authors were concerning.1 Recommendations that caught our attention included statements around pregabalin adjustment for renal impairment, using selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs in the treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN, classification of tramadol, tapentadol, and oxycodone in DPN.

  9. Achieving professional success in US government, academia, and industry: an EMGS commentary.

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    Poirier, Miriam C; Schwartz, Jeffrey L; Aardema, Marilyn J

    2014-08-01

    One of the goals of the EMGS is to help members achieve professional success in the fields they have trained in. Today, there is greater competition for jobs in genetic toxicology, genomics, and basic research than ever before. In addition, job security and the ability to advance in one's career is challenging, regardless of whether one works in a regulatory, academic, or industry environment. At the EMGS Annual Meeting in Monterey, CA (September, 2013), the Women in EMGS Special Interest Group held a workshop to discuss strategies for achieving professional success. Presentations were given by three speakers, each representing a different employment environment: Government (Miriam C. Poirier), Academia (Jeffrey L. Schwartz), and Industry (Marilyn J. Aardema). Although some differences in factors or traits affecting success in the three employment sectors were noted by each of the speakers, common factors considered important for advancement included networking, seeking out mentors, and developing exceptional communication skills. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  10. Density-based retrieval from high-similarity image databases

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    Hansen, Michael Edberg; Carstensen, Jens Michael

    2004-01-01

    Many image classification problems can fruitfully be thought of as image retrieval in a "high similarity image database" (HSID) characterized by being tuned towards a specific application and having a high degree of visual similarity between entries that should be distinguished. We introduce...... a method for HSID retrieval using a similarity measure based on a linear combination of Jeffreys-Matusita distances between distributions of local (pixelwise) features estimated from a set of automatically and consistently defined image regions. The weight coefficients are estimated based on optimal...... retrieval performance. Experimental results on the difficult task of visually identifying clones of fungal colonies grown in a petri dish and categorization of pelts show a high retrieval accuracy of the method when combined with standardized sample preparation and image acquisition....

  11. Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction: patient selection and perspectives

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    Baer MR

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Michael R. Baer, Jeffrey A. Macalena Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA Abstract: Patellofemoral instability is a painful and often recurring disorder with many negative long-term consequences. After a period of failed nonoperative management, surgical intervention has been used to reduce the incidence of patellar subluxation and dislocations. Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL reconstruction successfully addresses patellofemoral instability by restoring the deficient primary medial patellar soft tissue restraint. When planning MPFL reconstruction for instability, it is imperative to consider the patient’s unique anatomy including the tibial tuberosity–trochlear groove (TT–TG distance, trochlear dysplasia, and patella alta. Additionally, it is important to individualize surgical treatment in the skeletally immature, hypermobile, and athletic populations. Keywords: MPFL, indications, considerations, contraindications

  12. Fractional Response Models - A Replication Exercise of Papke and Wooldridge (1996

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    Harald Oberhofer

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper replicates the estimates of a fractional response model for share data reported in the seminal paper of Leslie E. Papke and Jeffrey M. Wooldridge published in the Journal of Applied Econometrics 11(6, 1996, pp.619-632. We have been able to replicate all of the reported estimation results concerning the determinants of employee participation rates in 401(k pension plans using the standard routines provided in Stata. As an alternative, we estimate a two-part model that is capable of coping with the excessive number of boundary values equalling one in the data. The estimated marginal effects are similar to those derived in the paper. A small-scale Monte Carlo simulation exercise suggests that the RESET tests proposed by Papke and Wooldridge in their robust form are useful for detecting neglected non-linearities in small samples.

  13. A History of the Andrew File System

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    CERN. Geneva; Altman, Jeffrey

    2011-01-01

    Derrick Brashear and Jeffrey Altman will present a technical history of the evolution of Andrew File System starting with the early days of the Andrew Project at Carnegie Mellon through the commercialization by Transarc Corporation and IBM and a decade of OpenAFS. The talk will be technical with a focus on the various decisions and implementation trade-offs that were made over the course of AFS versions 1 through 4, the development of the Distributed Computing Environment Distributed File System (DCE DFS), and the course of the OpenAFS development community. The speakers will also discuss the various AFS branches developed at the University of Michigan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Carnegie Mellon University.

  14. Heliophysics: Active Stars, their Astrospheres, and Impacts on Planetary Environments

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    Schrijver, C. J.; Bagenal, F.; Sojka, J. J.

    2016-04-01

    Preface; 1. Introduction Carolus J. Schrijver, Frances Bagenal and Jan J. Sojka; 2. Solar explosive activity throughout the evolution of the Solar System Rachel Osten; 3. Astrospheres, stellar winds, and the interstellar medium Brian Wood and Jeffrey L. Linsky; 4. Effects of stellar eruptions throughout astrospheres Ofer Cohen; 5. Characteristics of planetary systems Debra Fischer and Ji Wang; 6. Planetary dynamos: updates and new frontiers Sabine Stanley; 7. Climates of terrestrial planets David Brain; 8. Upper atmospheres of the giant planets Luke Moore, Tom Stallard and Marina Garland; 9. Aeronomy of terrestrial upper atmospheres David E. Siskind and Stephen W. Bougher; 10. Moons, asteroids, and comets interacting with their surroundings Margaret G. Kivelson; 11. Dusty plasmas Mihály Horányi; 12. Energetic-particle environments in the Solar System Norbert Krupp; 13. Heliophysics with radio scintillation and occultation Mario M. Bisi; Appendix 1. Authors and editors; List of illustrations; List of tables; References; Index.

  15. Cardiovascular toxicities of BCR-ABL tyrosine kinase inhibitors in chronic myeloid leukemia: preventive strategies and cardiovascular surveillance

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    Full Text Available Nazanin Aghel,1 Diego Hernan Delgado,1 Jeffrey Howard Lipton2 1Division of Cardiology, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network,University of Toronto, 2Department of Medical Oncology and Hematology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada Abstract: Tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs have revolutionized the treatment and outcomes of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML. Despite their significant impact on the management of CML, there is growing evidence that TKIs may cause cardiovascular and/or metabolic complications. In this review, we present the current evidence regarding the cardiovascular safety profiles of BCR-ABL TKIs. Methodological challenges of studies that reported the cardiovascular safety of TKIs are discussed. We also propose management strategies for cardiovascular surveillance and risk factor modification during treatment with these agents. Keywords: BCR-ABL, tyrosine kinase inhibitor, peripheral arterial disease, cardiovascular disease, adverse event 

  16. Reviews & Comments

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    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Books Glenn Parsons, The Philosophy of Design [Jeffrey Petts, p. 190] • Anne Beyaert-Geslin, Sémiotique des objets. La matière du temps [Michela Deni, p. 193] • Lucia Angelino (ed., Quand le geste fait sens [Fabrice Bourlez, p. 195] • Pierre Boulez, Jean-Pierre Changeux, Philippe Manoury, Les neu- rones enchantés. Le cerveau et la musique [Michele Gardini, p. 198] • David Huron, Sweet antici- pation: music and the psychology of expectation [Vincenzo Zingaro, p. 201] Congress Reports Quand les images viennent au monde: Dynamis de l’image III, 4-5 giugno 2015, Musée du Jeu de Paume, Parigi [Sonia Rezzonico, p. 205] 

  17. The final story on the ALA3/ALIS1 complex

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    The final story on the ALA3/ALIS1 complex. Lisbeth R. Poulsena, Rosa L. López-Marquésa, Alexander Schultza, Stephen C. McDowellb, Juha Okkeric, Dirk Lichtc, Thomas Pomorskic,  Jeffrey F. Harperb, and Michael G. Palmgrena,1 aCentre for Membrane Pumps in Cells and Disease - PUMPKIN, Danish National...... in endogenous P4-ATPases. Our results indicated that ALIS1 functions as a true ß-subunit for the Arabidopsis putative flippase ALA3, being required for ATP-dependent phospholipid transport and for genetic complementation of the yeast P4-ATPase gene Drs2, which is involved in vesicle budding from the late Golgi...... mutant were phenotypically analyzed. When grown under 24 h light conditions, mutant plants are significantly smaller than control wild type plants. A decrease in root growth is related to the inability of ala3 plants to release border-like cells from root caps that are damaged during root penetration...

  18. Reviews of recent publications

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    Full Text Available Mieke Bal. The Mottled Screen: Reading Proust Visually by Beryl Schlossman Anny Brooksbank Jones and Catherine Davies, eds. Latin American Women's Writing: Feminist Readings in Theory and Crisis by Rosemary Geisdorfer Feal Tomasa Cuevas. Prison of Women: Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975 by Yolanda Molina Gavilán David William Foster. Buenos Aires: Perspectives on the City and Cultural Production by Gustavo Geirola Belinda Jack. Francophone Literatures: An Introductory Survey by Claire L. Dehon Marx-Scouras, Danielle. The Cultural Politics of Tel Quel: Literature and the Left in the Wake of Engagement by Diane Fourny Jeffrey Mehlman. Genealogies of the Text: Literature, Psychoanalysis, and Politics in Modern France by Florence Martin Nancy Shawcross. Roland Barthes on Photography. by Philip Hadlock Lewis W. Tusken. Understanding Hermann Hesse: The Man, His Myth, His Metaphors by Theodore Ziolkowski

  19. The MEDD myth: the impact of pseudoscience on pain research and prescribing-guideline development

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    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey Fudin,1 Jacqueline Pratt Cleary,2 Michael E Schatman31Western New England University College of Pharmacy, Springfield, MA, 2Stratton VA Medical Center, Albany, NY, 3US Pain Foundation, Bellevue, WA, USAWith the opioid-misuse and -abuse problem on the rise, pain practitioners and lawmakers are scrambling for strategies to help mitigate opioid risks. Approaches include opioid-treatment agreements, urine drug testing, prescription-monitoring programs, assorted validated risk-assessment tools for abuse/misuse and opioid-induced respiratory depression (OIRD, biopsychosocial support, and other strategies.1–3 Nonopioid pain therapies should be considered and maximized prior to initiating opioid treatment; however, in some cases opioids are the optimal choice for both noncancer and cancer-related pain syndromes.4

  20. Early maladaptive schemas in adult patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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    Philipsen, Alexandra; Lam, Alexandra P; Breit, Sigrid; Lücke, Caroline; Müller, Helge H; Matthies, Swantje

    2017-06-01

    The main purpose of this study was to examine whether adult patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) demonstrate sets of dysfunctional cognitive beliefs and behavioural tendencies according to Jeffrey Young's schema-focused therapy model. Sets of dysfunctional beliefs (maladaptive schemas) were assessed with the Young Schema Questionnaire (YSQ-S2) in 78 adult ADHD patients and 80 control subjects. Patients with ADHD scored significantly higher than the control group on almost all maladaptive schemas. The 'Failure', 'Defectiveness/Shame', 'Subjugation' and 'Emotional Deprivation' schemas were most pronounced in adult ADHD patients, while only 'Vulnerability to Harm or Illness' did not differ between the two groups. The schemas which were most pronounced in adult patients with ADHD correspond well with their learning histories and core symptoms. By demonstrating the existence of early maladaptive schemas in adults suffering from ADHD, this study suggests that schema theory may usefully be applied to adult ADHD therapy.

  1. New anticoagulants for the prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolism

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    Simon J McRae

    2005-04-01

    Full Text Available Simon J McRae, Jeffrey S GinsbergDepartment of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, CanadaAbstract: Anticoagulant therapy is effective at preventing the development of venous thromboembolism in high-risk patients, and reduces morbidity and mortality in individuals with established thromboembolic disease. Vitamin K antagonists and heparins are currently the most commonly used anticoagulant drugs, but they have practical limitations. Therefore, new antithrombotic agents with predictable dose-responses (thereby decreasing the need for monitoring without compromising efficacy or safety, ideally available in an oral formulation and with a rapidly reversible anticoagulant effect, are needed. New drugs fulfilling some of the above criteria have been developed and have proven to be effective agents for the treatment and prevention of venous thromboembolism.Keywords: venous thromboembolism, anticoagulants, antithrombotic

  2. Orbital fractures: a review

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    Jeffrey M Joseph

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey M Joseph, Ioannis P GlavasDivision of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, School of Medicine, New York University, New York, NY, USA; Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, New York, NY, USAAbstract: This review of orbital fractures has three goals: 1 to understand the clinically relevant orbital anatomy with regard to periorbital trauma and orbital fractures, 2 to explain how to assess and examine a patient after periorbital trauma, and 3 to understand the medical and surgical management of orbital fractures. The article aims to summarize the evaluation and management of commonly encountered orbital fractures from the ophthalmologic perspective and to provide an overview for all practicing ophthalmologists and ophthalmologists in training.Keywords: orbit, trauma, fracture, orbital floor, medial wall, zygomatic, zygomatic complex, zmc fracture, zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures 

  3. Current status of advanced gastrointestinal endoscopy training fellowships in the United States

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    Stephen J Heller

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Stephen J Heller, Jeffrey L TokarDepartment of Medicine, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA, USAAbstract: Rapid growth in the field of advanced gastrointestinal endoscopy has led to an increase in specialized therapeutic endoscopy fellowships. The cornerstones of these programs are training in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP and endoscopic ultrasound. These procedures are more complex and challenging to master than routine colonoscopy and upper endoscopy, and in the case of ERCP, higher risk. The concentration of the educational experience in the hands of relatively fewer trainees with specialized interest in advanced endoscopy has resulted in providing a focused cohort of graduating fellows with higher case volumes in training, which likely enhances diagnostic and therapeutic success and safer performance of these procedures. Endoscopic simulators, although not currently in widespread use, have the potential to improve advanced procedural training without jeopardizing patient safety.Keywords: gastrointestinal endoscopy, training, procedures, safety 

  4. Melon Fly, (Diptera: Tephritidae, Infestation in Host Fruits in the Southwestern Islands of Japan before the Initiation of Island-wide Population Suppression, as Recorded in Publications of Japanese Public Institutions

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    Grant T. Mcquate

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett is a tephritid fruit fly native to the Indo-Malayan region. Its distribution, though, has extended to include Africa, temperate Asia, and a number of Pacific islands. It became established in Japan in 1919 in the Yaeyama Islands and spread north in the Southwestern Islands of Japan. It was subsequently eradicated from these islands by an eradication program that extended from 1972 to 1993. As part of an effort to develop a worldwide database on the status of fruits as hosts of melon fly, the infestation data gathered from host fruits collected in this eradication program, before the initiation of suppression activities, are summarized here. Bactrocera cucurbitae infestation was documented in 24 plant taxa of four plant families (Caricaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Moraceae, and Solanaceae, with the following four new hosts identified: Ficus erecta Thunb., F. pumila L. (Moraceae, Solanum erianthum D. Don (Solanaceae, and Zehneria liukiuensis Jeffrey ex Walker (Cucurbitaceae.

  5. Comparison of Different EHG Feature Selection Methods for the Detection of Preterm Labor

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    D. Alamedine

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    Full Text Available Numerous types of linear and nonlinear features have been extracted from the electrohysterogram (EHG in order to classify labor and pregnancy contractions. As a result, the number of available features is now very large. The goal of this study is to reduce the number of features by selecting only the relevant ones which are useful for solving the classification problem. This paper presents three methods for feature subset selection that can be applied to choose the best subsets for classifying labor and pregnancy contractions: an algorithm using the Jeffrey divergence (JD distance, a sequential forward selection (SFS algorithm, and a binary particle swarm optimization (BPSO algorithm. The two last methods are based on a classifier and were tested with three types of classifiers. These methods have allowed us to identify common features which are relevant for contraction classification.

  6. Rational dosing of gabapentin and pregabalin in chronic kidney disease

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    Full Text Available Mena Raouf,1 Timothy J Atkinson,1 Meredith W Crumb,1 Jeffrey Fudin2–5 1VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Murfreesboro, Nashville, TN, 2Stratton VA Medical Center, 3Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany, NY, 4Western New England University College of Pharmacy, Springfield, MA, 5Scientific and Clinical Affairs, Remitigate LLC, Delmar, NY, USA IntroductionRenal dose adjustments for gabapentin and pregabalin are ubiquitously evident in the medical literature. All manufacturers for these branded and generic dosage forms list dosing recommendations relative to creatinine clearance (CrCl for both medications (Table 1.1,2 However, the basis of these recommendations has not been well articulated. 

  7. The significance test controversy revisited the fiducial Bayesian alternative

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    Lecoutre, Bruno

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this book is not only to revisit the “significance test controversy,”but also to provide a conceptually sounder alternative. As such, it presents a Bayesian framework for a new approach to analyzing and interpreting experimental data. It also prepares students and researchers for reporting on experimental results. Normative aspects: The main views of statistical tests are revisited and the philosophies of Fisher, Neyman-Pearson and Jeffrey are discussed in detail. Descriptive aspects: The misuses of Null Hypothesis Significance Tests are reconsidered in light of Jeffreys’ Bayesian conceptions concerning the role of statistical inference in experimental investigations. Prescriptive aspects: The current effect size and confidence interval reporting practices are presented and seriously questioned. Methodological aspects are carefully discussed and fiducial Bayesian methods are proposed as a more suitable alternative for reporting on experimental results. In closing, basic routine procedures...

  8. Thermal radiation and heat generation/absorption effects on viscoelastic double-diffusive convection from an isothermal sphere in porous media

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    S. Abdul Gaffar

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Buoyancy-driven convective heat and mass transfer in boundary layer flow of a viscoelastic Jeffrey fluid from a permeable isothermal sphere embedded in a porous medium is studied. Thermal radiation flux and heat generation/absorption are also incorporated in the model. A non-Darcy drag force model is employed to simulate the effects of linear porous media drag and second order Forchheimer drag. The Rosseland diffusion algebraic approximation is utilized to simulate thermal radiation effects. The non-dimensionalized boundary layer equations are solved using implicit, finite-difference scheme. The influence of Darcy number (Da, Deborah number (De, ratio of relaxation to retardation times (λ, radiation parameter (F, Forchheimer inertial parameter (Λ and heat generation/absorption parameter (Δ, on normalized velocity, temperature, concentration, skin friction, heat and mass transfer rates are also studied. The present study has applications in the storage of nuclear waste materials.

  9. Aperiodic order

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    Quasicrystals are non-periodic solids that were discovered in 1982 by Dan Shechtman, Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry 2011. The mathematics that underlies this discovery or that proceeded from it, known as the theory of Aperiodic Order, is the subject of this comprehensive multi-volume series. This second volume begins to develop the theory in more depth. A collection of leading experts, among them Robert V. Moody, cover various aspects of crystallography, generalising appropriately from the classical case to the setting of aperiodically ordered structures. A strong focus is placed upon almost periodicity, a central concept of crystallography that captures the coherent repetition of local motifs or patterns, and its close links to Fourier analysis. The book opens with a foreword by Jeffrey C. Lagarias on the wider mathematical perspective and closes with an epilogue on the emergence of quasicrystals, written by Peter Kramer, one of the founders of the field.

  10. Entropy measure of credit risk in highly correlated markets

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    Gottschalk, Sylvia

    2017-07-01

    We compare the single and multi-factor structural models of corporate default by calculating the Jeffreys-Kullback-Leibler divergence between their predicted default probabilities when asset correlations are either high or low. Single-factor structural models assume that the stochastic process driving the value of a firm is independent of that of other companies. A multi-factor structural model, on the contrary, is built on the assumption that a single firm's value follows a stochastic process correlated with that of other companies. Our main results show that the divergence between the two models increases in highly correlated, volatile, and large markets, but that it is closer to zero in small markets, when asset correlations are low and firms are highly leveraged. These findings suggest that during periods of financial instability, when asset volatility and correlations increase, one of the models misreports actual default risk.

  11. Aripiprazole for late-life schizophrenia

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    Jeffrey Rado

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    Full Text Available Jeffrey Rado, Philip G JanicakPsychiatric Clinical Research Center, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USAAbstract: Antipsychotics are frequently used in elderly patients to treat a variety of conditions, including schizophrenia. While extensively studied for their impact in younger ­populations, there is comparatively limited evidence about the effectiveness of these agents in older patients. Further complicating this situation are the high co-morbidity rates (both psychiatric and ­medical in the elderly; age-related changes in pharmacokinetics leading to a heightened proclivity for adverse effects; and the potential for multiple, clinically relevant drug interactions. With this background in mind, we review diagnostic and treatment-related issues specific to elderly patients suffering from schizophrenia and other psychotic conditions, focusing on the potential role of aripiprazole.Keywords: aripiprazole, schizophrenia, elderly, dopamine partial antagonist

  12. Long-term efficacy and safety of iloperidone: an update

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    Rado JT

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey T Rado, Philip G JanicakRush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USAAbstract: Schizophrenia is a devastating neuropsychiatric disease with a worldwide prevalence of approximately 0.5%–1%. Since many patients do not achieve adequate symptom relief from available agents, alternate pharmacotherapeutic approaches are needed. In this context, iloperidone was recently approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of schizophrenia. This paper first reviews its pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic profiles, emphasizing their clinical relevance. Next, it summarizes the literature on its acute and maintenance efficacy, safety, and tolerability. It then considers pharmacogenetic data which may help to predict response and risk of cardiac arrhythmias with this agent. Finally, it critically positions iloperidone relative to other first- and second-generation antipsychotics.Keywords: schizophrenia, iloperidone, antipsychotic

  13. Anatomia do lenho de murta-Blepharocalyx salicifolius (H.B.K. Berg

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    Luciano Denardi

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    Full Text Available The purpose of this work is the description of the wood anatomy of Blepharocalyx salicifolius (H.B.K. Berg (Myrtaceae. There were collected 6 samples of wood, three from Serra do Sudeste and the others from Campos de Cima da Serra - RS. The wood microtechnique followed the standard procedures used in the Wood Anatomy Laboratory of the Federal University of Paraná. For the maceration of wood sticks, the Jeffrey method was used. The wood anatomy agrees, in general lines, with the typical standard of this family, congregating a large number of narrow and solitary vessels, with simple perforation plates, besides diffuse apotracheal parenchyma, heterogeneous rays and bordered pit fibres. The presence of rhomboid chrystals and the absence of vasicentric tracheids permit to discriminate the studied species from other previously described myrtacean woods, that are native of the State of Rio Grande do Sul.

  14. Textual Subjects in Motion: Letters, Literature and Print Medium in an Indian-South African Exchange (1928-1946

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    Meg Samuelson

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available This article traces an epistolary exchange between South Africa and India that was animated by the circulation of print media and literary texts. The exchange – between the South African archivist, poet and social historian MK Jeffreys and the Indian statesmen and scholars VS Srinivasa Sastri and P Kodanda Rao – is read as forming part of a larger web of personal and political relations and textual traffic that contributed to the production of Indian Ocean public spheres. Through engagement with this particular case study, the article seeks to contribute to the scholarly turn from explorations of relations between ‘centre’ and ‘periphery’ or along a North-South axis toward elaborating those engaging South-South connections within the Indian Ocean arena.

  15. Schema Therapy in Sex Therapy: A Theoretical Conceptualization.

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    Derby, Danny S; Peleg-Sagy, Tal; Doron, Guy

    2016-10-02

    Schema therapy is an integrative approach of psychotherapy developed by Jeffrey E. Young. Its aim is to help clients explore and understand their deep emotional needs and meet them in a healthy manner. It is suitable for complex pathologies, such as comorbidities and personality disorders. In sex therapy, schema therapy can serve as a method for a deep, evidence-based, integrative conceptualization of a client's difficulties and needs. However, its principles have never been demonstrated in sex therapy. In this paper, we briefly review schema therapy and introduce schema domains. We bring a case study of a couple undergoing sex therapy from the cognitive-behavioral perspective. We then return to the same case study, in order to demonstrate the usefulness of a schema therapy conceptualization.

  16. Welcome to Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports

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    Full Text Available Musser Jeffrey MBDepartment of Veterinary Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, TX, USAThis year marks the 250th anniversary of the Royal Veterinary School in Lyon, France, the world's first veterinary college. Since its inception, many changes have occurred in veterinary medicine such as views on education and didactic learning, demographics of our profession, and standards of practice in animal husbandry, medicine, surgery, anesthesia, and vaccinology. In fact, the concept of infectious diseases has changed - remember the germ theory was proposed a mere 140 years ago. However, one constant tenet in our profession has been the need to disseminate progresses, innovations, advances, and developments in veterinary sciences. Published reports are the foundation for the growth of medicine and science. What would the state of medicine be if Pasteur, Koch, Bourgelat, or Theobald Smith had not published their works?

  17. Rheological assessment of a polymeric spherical structure using a three-dimensional shear wave scattering model in dynamic spectroscopy elastography.

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    Montagnon, Emmanuel; Hadj-Henni, Anis; Schmitt, Cédric; Cloutier, Guy

    2014-02-01

    With the purpose of assessing localized rheological behavior of pathological tissues using ultrasound dynamic elastography, an analytical shear wave scattering model was used in an inverse problem framework. The proposed method was adopted to estimate the complex shear modulus of viscoelastic spheres from 200 to 450 Hz. The inverse problem was formulated and solved in the frequency domain, allowing assessment of the complex viscoelastic shear modulus at discrete frequencies. A representative rheological model of the spherical obstacle was determined by comparing storage and loss modulus behaviors with Kelvin-Voigt, Maxwell, Zener, and Jeffrey models. The proposed inversion method was validated by using an external vibrating source and acoustic radiation force. The estimation of viscoelastic properties of three-dimensional spheres made softer or harder than surrounding tissues did not require a priori rheological assumptions. The proposed method is intended to be applied in the context of breast cancer imaging.

  18. Evolution of transversus abdominis plane infiltration techniques for postsurgical analgesia following abdominal surgeries

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Jeffrey Gadsden,1 Sabry Ayad,2 Jeffrey J Gonzales,3 Jaideep Mehta,4 Jan Boublik,5 Jacob Hutchins6,7 1Department of Anesthesiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 2Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, 3Department of Anesthesiology, University of Colorado Hospital, Aurora, CO, 4Department of Anesthesiology, UT Health, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX, 5Department of Anesthesiology, NYU Langone Medical Center – Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, NY, 6Department of Anesthesiology, 7Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA Abstract: Transversus abdominis plane (TAP infiltration is a regional anesthesia technique that has been demonstrated to be effective for management of postsurgical pain after abdominal surgery. There are several different clinical variations in the approaches used for achieving analgesia via TAP infiltration, and methods for identification of the TAP have evolved considerably since the landmark-guided technique was first described in 2001. There are many factors that impact the analgesic outcomes following TAP infiltration, and the various nuances of this technique have led to debate regarding procedural classification of TAP infiltration. Based on our current understanding of fascial and neuronal anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall, as well as available evidence from studies assessing local anesthetic spread and cutaneous sensory block following TAP infiltration, it is clear that TAP infiltration techniques are appropriately classified as field blocks. While the objective of peripheral nerve block and TAP infiltration are similar in that both approaches block sensory response in order to achieve analgesia, the technical components of the two procedures are different. Unlike peripheral nerve block, which involves identification or stimulation of a specific nerve or nerve plexus, followed by

  19. La sociología en el Leteo: el largo adiós de Georges Gurvitch* La sociología en el Leteo: el largo adiós de Georges Gurvitch*

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    José María Pérez-agote Aguirre

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    Full Text Available This article intends to call the reader’s attention upon George Gurvitch’s sociology. It seeks to highlight both its intrinsic value and its significance in approaching the micro-macro problem as a core subject in the sociological debate of the last two decades of the 20th century. Gurvitch, who introduced the terms microsociology and macrosociology in the sociological field, is the autor of a model for the representation of social reality in which the micro-macro are succesfully integrated. This fact makes us vindicate his often neglected presence in the sociological debate carried out during the 1980´s, especially in the work of Jeffrey Alexander.Este artículo pretende llamar la atención sobre el interés actual de la sociología de Georges Gurvitch, tanto por su valor intrínseco como por la singular relevancia que adquiere en relación al problema de la síntesis micro-macro, uno de los temas que ha dominado la teoría sociológica en las últimas décadas. Se recuerda a Gurvitch como introductor en el lenguaje sociológico de los vocablos microsociología y macrosociología y, ante todo, como autor de un modelo de representación de la realidad social en el que lo micro y lo macro se integran dialécticamente con el propósito, logrado en alto grado, de reflejar fielmente la inagotable complejidad y riqueza de la vida social. Todo ello hace inexcusable su olvido por parte de quienes propiciaron el debate en los ochenta, especialmente Jeffrey Alexander.

  20. Comparação bayesiana de modelos de previsão de diferenças esperadas nas progênies no melhoramento genético de gado Nelore Bayesian comparison of forecasting models to expected progenies difference in Nelore cattle genetic breeding

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    Fabyano Fonseca e Silva

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste trabalho foi realizar uma análise bayesiana de modelos auto-regressivos de ordem p, AR(p, para dados em painel referentes às diferenças esperadas nas progênies (DEP de touros da raça Nelore publicados de 2000 a 2006. Neste trabalho, adotou-se o modelo AR(2, indicado pela análise prévia da função de autocorrelação parcial. As comparações entre as prioris, realizadas por meio do Fator de Bayes e do Pseudo-Fator de Bayes, indicaram superioridade da priori independente t-Student multivariada - Gama inversa em relação à priori hierárquica Normal multivariada - Gama inversa e a priori de Jeffreys. Os resultados indicam a importância de se dividir os animais em grupos homogêneos de acordo com a acurácia. Constatou-se também que, em média, a eficiência de previsão dos valores de DEP para um ano futuro foi próxima de 80%.The objective of this work was to accomplish a bayesian analysis of an autoregressive, AR(p, panel data model from Nelore sires' expected progenie difference (EPD observed during 2000-2006. The AR(2 model was used due to the results of partial autocorrelation function analysis. The prior comparisons were performed through Bayes Factor and Pseudo-Bayes Factor, and the results showed the independent t-Student multivariate - inverse Gamma superiority in relation to the hierarchical multivariate Normal - inverse Gamma and Jeffreys prior. Results indicate the importance of sires grouping by accuracy values, and also show forecast efficiency around 80%.

  1. Leadership B.S. – Jefrey Pfeffer e a Indústria da Liderança

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    Leonardo Vils

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available “Desenvolver a capacidade de liderança” é uma constante na vida de profissionais interessados em atuar de forma mais assertiva nas organizações nas quais exercem suas atividades. Leadership BS é mais uma conquista de Jeffrey Pfeffer que nos obriga a repensar esses dogmas que a indústria da liderança, como assim a denomina o autor, nos empurram diariamente. Em um trabalho baseado na necessidade urgente de incorporar evidências a uma prática que pode causar prejuízos financeiros e diversos outros malefícios à sociedade, Pfeffer consegue demonstrar facilmente porque, por exemplo, alguns comportamentos tido como exemplares não passam de fábulas, que só existem em salas de aula e cursos de eficácia duvidosa – se, por eficácia, entender-se formar líderes melhores. O autor desafia seus leitores a repensarem a forma como atuam, entendendo que processos psicológicos como o viés de confirmação e o autoengano descaracterizam o formato desejado de liderança, aquele ensinado, mas não praticado.“Desenvolver a capacidade de liderança” é uma constante na vida de profissionais interessados em atuar de forma mais assertiva nas organizações nas quais exercem suas atividades. Leadership BS é mais uma conquista de Jeffrey Pfeffer que nos obriga a repensar esses dogmas que a indústria da liderança, como assim a denomina o autor, nos empurram diariamente. Em um trabalho baseado na necessidade urgente de incorporar evidências a uma prática que pode causar prejuízos financeiros e diversos outros malefícios à sociedade, Pfeffer consegue demonstrar facilmente porque, por exemplo, alguns comportamentos tido como exemplares não passam de fábulas, que só existem em salas de aula e cursos de eficácia duvidosa – se, por eficácia, entender-se formar líderes melhores. O autor desafia seus leitores a repensarem a forma como atuam, entendendo que processos psicológicos como o viés de confirmação e o autoengano

  2. Cardiology in the young : where we have been. Where we are. Where we are going.

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    Jacobs, Jeffrey P

    2014-12-01

    , Jeffrey P. Jacobs, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP, became Editor-in-Chief of Cardiology in the Young . Jeffrey P. Jacobs, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP is Director of the Andrews/Daicoff Cardiovascular Program at Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute and Professor of Cardiac Surgery in the Division of Cardiac Surgery of the Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins University. He is also Surgical Director of the Heart Transplantation Program and Director of the Extracorporeal Life Support Program at Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute. Dr Jacobs has been a cardiothoracic surgeon at All Children's Hospital since 1998.

  3. Isostatic GOCE Moho model for Iran

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    Eshagh, Mehdi; Ebadi, Sahar; Tenzer, Robert

    2017-05-01

    One of the major issues associated with a regional Moho recovery from the gravity or gravity-gradient data is the optimal choice of the mean compensation depth (i.e., the mean Moho depth) for a certain area of study, typically for orogens characterised by large Moho depth variations. In case of selecting a small value of the mean compensation depth, the pattern of deep Moho structure might not be reproduced realistically. Moreover, the definition of the mean compensation depth in existing isostatic models affects only low-degrees of the Moho spectrum. To overcome this problem, in this study we reformulate the Sjöberg and Jeffrey's methods of solving the Vening-Meinesz isostatic problem so that the mean compensation depth contributes to the whole Moho spectrum. Both solutions are then defined for the vertical gravity gradient, allowing estimating the Moho depth from the GOCE satellite gravity-gradiometry data. Moreover, gravimetric solutions provide realistic results only when a priori information on the crust and upper mantle structure is known (usually from seismic surveys) with a relatively good accuracy. To investigate this aspect, we formulate our gravimetric solutions for a variable Moho density contrast to account for variable density of the uppermost mantle below the Moho interface, while taking into consideration also density variations within the sediments and consolidated crust down to the Moho interface. The developed theoretical models are applied to estimate the Moho depth from GOCE data at the regional study area of the Iranian tectonic block, including also parts of surrounding tectonic features. Our results indicate that the regional Moho depth differences between Sjöberg and Jeffrey's solutions, reaching up to about 3 km, are caused by a smoothing effect of Sjöberg's method. The validation of our results further shows a relatively good agreement with regional seismic studies over most of the continental crust, but large discrepancies are

  4. Best practices for scholarly authors in the age of predatory journals.

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    Beall, J

    2016-02-01

    'Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence, is the key to understanding our potential.' Margaret J Wheatley. The focus of any academic or research author is to share his or her findings, and to gain respect and reward for publishing. The ideal journal is one that not only publishes an article quickly but also helps the author to improve the article before publication through peer review, selects only the best research so that the author's article lies alongside other high quality articles, and provides maximum (and long-term) visibility and access to the article. Unfortunately, in the real world, authors need to make tradeoffs between high quality journals, those that work quickly, those that are willing to accept the article and those that provide the best access. Into this mix has come the potential of open access as a means of increasing visibility: journals publish the article without a subscription barrier so anyone, anywhere, can read the article. However, the growth of open access (pushed by institutions, grant bodies and governments as a means of improving human health and knowledge) has come with some unforeseen consequences. In this article, Jeffrey Beall discusses one recent phenomenon that has arisen from the open access movement: that of 'predatory publishers'. These are individuals or companies that use the open access financial system (author pays, rather than library subscribes) to defraud authors and readers by promising reputable publishing platforms but delivering nothing of the sort. They frequently have imaginary editorial boards, do not operate any peer review or quality control, are unclear about payment requirements and opaque about ownership or location, include plagiarised content and publish whatever somebody will pay them to publish. Predatory publishers generally make false promises to authors and behave unethically. They also undermine the scholarly information and publishing environment with a deluge of poor quality, unchecked

  5. From the Editor

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    Ugur Demiray

    2005-09-01

    changes in teaching and course structure cannot be made with summative evaluations. Formative evaluations in online education can result in candid responses from students if a third-party facilitator is involved in the process” Second article is from Mustafa Koc. He is Turkish but he is studying in USA as doctorate candidate. His subject is dealing with “Individual Learner Differences in Web-based Learning Environments: From Cognitive, Affective and Social-cultural Perspectives”. He points out in his article that “….individual differences in web-based learning, also known as online instruction, online training or distance education were examined and implications for designing distance education” for discussing in the field. It is really good article for contemporary discussion for me and for our readers. And than third article is about “Media in Distance Learning: The Nigerian National Teachers Institute Distance Education Programme” which is written by Mudasiru Olalere YUSUF (Ph.D and Ayotunde Atanda FALADE from Department of Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology, Faculty of Education University of Ilorin, of Nigeria. They mentioned in their article that “…investigated the use of media by distance learners enrolled in the NTI distance education programme. Two hundred and fifty five distance learners drawn from Oyo State, Nigeria, completed a questionnaire to determine the use of media, and factors militating against their effective use by distance learners”. The results are very interesting. The fourth article is dealt with “Analyzing E-mail communication of prospective learners”, by Dr. Vibha and Anurag, from India. In this article; Vibha and Anurag mentioned their thoughts that computer has replaced all means of communication significantly. E-mail is the most popular means of communication through computers. It has vanished the boundaries between the cities, countries and continents. So, their study tries to analyze the e

  6. Homosexuals, dykes and queers: political positions in the lesbian and gay movement

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    Coll-Planas, Gerard

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available (English In this article I aim to explore conflicts among the variety of political projects in the lesbian and gay movement.I base the article on Alberto Mira’s (2004 proposed models for the expression of homosexuality: decadentist, homophile and camp. I discuss the main theoretical and political debates that arise from these models. Firstly, I ask whether life on the margins of mainstream social rules allows gays and lesbians to live a freer existence or merely means internalised homophobia (using Jean Genet’s and Michel Foucault’s approaches as examples. Secondly, I question whether the demand for “normality” entails the creation of new exclusions (following Judith Butler’s approach to normality: Finally, I consider whether camp culture reproduces and/or subverts gender rules (introducing a discussion between Sheila Jeffreys and Judith Butler’s positions. On the basis of this exploration of Mira's three cultural models, I develop a typology of political positions ('normalization of homosexuality', 'transformation' and 'queer', which I apply to the case study of the Catalan lesbian and gay movement.

  7. Homosexuals, dykes and queers: political positions in the lesbian and gay movement

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    Gerard Coll-Planas

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available In this article I aim to explore conflicts among the variety of political projects in the lesbian and gay movement.I base the article on Alberto Mira’s (2004 proposed models for the expression of homosexuality: decadentist, homophile and camp. I discuss the main theoretical and political debates that arise from these models. Firstly, I ask whether life on the margins of mainstream social rules allows gays and lesbians to live a freer existence or merely means internalised homophobia (using Jean Genet’s and Michel Foucault’s approaches as examples. Secondly, I question whether the demand for “normality” entails the creation of new exclusions (following Judith Butler’s approach to normality: Finally, I consider whether camp culture reproduces and/or subverts gender rules (introducing a discussion between Sheila Jeffreys and Judith Butler’s positions. On the basis of this exploration of Mira's three cultural models, I develop a typology of political positions ('normalization of homosexuality', 'transformation' and 'queer', which I apply to the case study of the Catalan lesbian and gay movement.

  8. Mobile-Cloud Assisted Video Summarization Framework for Efficient Management of Remote Sensing Data Generated by Wireless Capsule Sensors

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    Irfan Mehmood

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE has great advantages over traditional endoscopy because it is portable and easy to use, especially in remote monitoring health-services. However, during the WCE process, the large amount of captured video data demands a significant deal of computation to analyze and retrieve informative video frames. In order to facilitate efficient WCE data collection and browsing task, we present a resource- and bandwidth-aware WCE video summarization framework that extracts the representative keyframes of the WCE video contents by removing redundant and non-informative frames. For redundancy elimination, we use Jeffrey-divergence between color histograms and inter-frame Boolean series-based correlation of color channels. To remove non-informative frames, multi-fractal texture features are extracted to assist the classification using an ensemble-based classifier. Owing to the limited WCE resources, it is impossible for the WCE system to perform computationally intensive video summarization tasks. To resolve computational challenges, mobile-cloud architecture is incorporated, which provides resizable computing capacities by adaptively offloading video summarization tasks between the client and the cloud server. The qualitative and quantitative results are encouraging and show that the proposed framework saves information transmission cost and bandwidth, as well as the valuable time of data analysts in browsing remote sensing data.

  9. An evidence-based review of hip-focused neuromuscular exercise interventions to address dynamic lower extremity valgus

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    Ford KR

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Kevin R Ford,1 Anh-Dung Nguyen,2 Steven L Dischiavi,1 Eric J Hegedus,1 Emma F Zuk,2 Jeffrey B Taylor11Department of Physical Therapy, High Point University, High Point, NC, USA; 2Department of Athletic Training, School of Health Sciences, High Point University, High Point, NC, USAAbstract: Deficits in proximal hip strength or neuromuscular control may lead to dynamic lower extremity valgus. Measures of dynamic lower extremity valgus have been previously shown to relate to increased risk of several knee pathologies, specifically anterior cruciate ligament ruptures and patellofemoral pain. Therefore, hip-focused interventions have gained considerable attention and been successful in addressing these knee pathologies. The purpose of the review was to identify and discuss hip-focused exercise interventions that aim to address dynamic lower extremity valgus. Previous electromyography, kinematics, and kinetics research support the use of targeted hip exercises with non-weight-bearing, controlled weight-bearing, functional exercise, and, to a lesser extent, dynamic exercises in reducing dynamic lower extremity valgus. Further studies should be developed to identify and understand the mechanistic relationship between optimized biomechanics during sports and hip-focused neuromuscular exercise interventions.Keywords: dynamic lower extremity valgus, hip neuromuscular control, ACL injury rehabilitation, patellofemoral pain, hip muscular activation

  10. Bleeding Meckel’s diverticulum in a 4-month-old infant: Treatment with laparoscopic diverticulectomy. A case report and review of the literature

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    J Rainer Poley

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available J Rainer Poley1, Thomas E Thielen2, Jeffrey C Pence31Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition; 2Resident in Pediatrics; 3Assistant Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Surgery, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, USAAbstract: A bleeding Meckel’s diverticulum is presented in a 4-month-old African American infant. This event is rare at this age, and our patient is only the second 4-month-old infant reported in the English literature. The infant presented with painless frank rectal bleeding, the blood being maroon-colored, and clots were found in the diaper. There was also anemia, with an hemoglobin of less than 8 gm/dl. The color of the blood suggested a bleeding site in the ileocecal region, a Meckel’s diverticulum was suspected, which was then confirmed by an isotope scan. A typical Meckel’s diverticulum was found on laparoscopic surgery, was excised, and the infant made an uneventful recovery. Keywords: infant-bleeding Meckel’s diverticulum, laparoscopic diverticulectomy

  11. Speaking to the Masses – Hybrid Poetics and Marshall McLuhan’s “Newspaper Landscape”

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    Morrissy, Julie

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This essay points to structural and formal techniques in the hybrid poetries of current female North American poets writing in the book-length form. The author suggests that in their hybrid poetries, M. NourbeSe Philip, Claudia Rankine and C.D. Wright engage with Marshall McLuhan’s 1954 concept of the “newspaper landscape”. The author further argues that through such formal invention, these poets create identification points in their respective works for both traditional poetry readers and non-specialised readers. As such, the above poets encourage a hybrid audience for their hybrid poetries. Using theories by rhetoricians Kenneth Burke, and Jeffrey Walker in relation to the hybrid poetries of the above poets, this paper highlights the ability of language to direct our attention to different worldviews and the role of language in impacting audience. The author argues that the “newspaper landscape”, as seen in poetries of NourbeSe Philip, Rankine and Wright discussed herein, broadens the traditional audiences for poetry by appealing to both specialised and non-specialised readers. In making this claim, the author outlines the formal and structural elements of contemporary hybrid poetries and the ways in which such elements culminate in broader audiences and more accessible poetries. Further, and consequentially, the paper concludes by making a link between the hybrid techniques of the newspaper landscape and possible impact in the public sphere that these hybrid poetries may encourage.

  12. An Analysis of Transparent through Dispossession

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    Steven Funk

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Using dispossession as an analytical lens, this essay problematizes the way in which the transgender “coming out” experience is depicted on the Amazon original serial, Transparent (2014-. Contextualizing Butler and Anathasiou’s (2013 work on dispossession within the history of the pathologization of gender expansiveness in the United States of America, this essay argues that Transparent’s use of “coming out” rhetoric dispossesses the transgender protagonist, Maura (Jeffrey Tambor, of the very gender autonomy the show has the potential to portray. While Transparent undoubtedly increases visibility for gender expansive individuals in the media, and often renders Maura in a sympathetic manner, its pilot season ignores the history of the pathologization of gender expansiveness while often reinforcing “wrong body” rhetoric concerning transgender individuals. Transparent depicts Maura as a dynamic character, yet it also depicts her dispossession that results from sociocultural forces and from her own internalized transphobia (cissexism as a “normal” part of “coming out”. The authors conclude that exposing the transgender dispossession depicted in Transparent could disrupt the normality of cisgender privilege to open a critical dialogue about the reification of the gender binary in media.

  13. The Gastrointestinal Tract Metabolism and Pharmacological Activities of Grosvenorine, a Major and Characteristic Flavonoid in the Fruits of Siraitia grosvenorii.

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    Wang, Mengyue; Xing, Shihua; Luu, Thithanhthuy; Fan, Min; Li, Xiaobo

    2015-11-01

    Grosvenorine is the major flavonoid compound of the fruits of Siraitia grosvenorii (Swingle) C. Jeffrey, a medical plant endemic to China. In the present study, for the first time, the grosvenorine metabolism in an in vitro simulated human gastrointestinal tract (including artificial gastric juice, artificial intestinal juice and intestinal flora), as well as its pharmacological activities (including anti-complement, antibacterial and antioxidant activities), was investigated. The results showed that grosvenorine was metabolized by human intestinal flora; its four metabolites were isolated by semi-preparative HPLC and identified by NMR as kaempferitrin, afzelin, α-rhamnoisorobin, and kaempferol. Further pharmacological evaluation showed that grosvenorine exhibited good antibacterial and antioxidant activities, with its metabolites possessing more potent activities. Although grosvenorine did not present obvious anticomplement activity, its metabolites showed interesting activities. This study revealed that intestinal bacteria play an important role in the gastrointestinal metabolism of grosvenorine and significantly affect its pharmacological activities. Copyright © 2015 Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta AG, Zürich.

  14. Demographic study of a wild house sparrow population by DNA fingerprinting.

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    Wetton, J H; Carter, R E; Parkin, D T; Walters, D

    Over the past twenty years, several techniques from biochemical and molecular genetics, such as enzyme electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing, have been widely and successfully applied to the study of population differentiation and evolution. However, they have been less applicable to demographic problems such as assigning parentage to individuals within a population. This stems from a general weakness of data derived from enzyme loci: allele frequencies at polymorphic loci are sufficiently skewed that the majority of individuals are of one or two genotypes. Many enzyme systems can only be examined post mortem, so that the loci are of little use if the animals are to be studied in the wild. The search for new and more sensitive techniques for detecting genetic variation has continued, and recently a major discovery has come from molecular biology. Jeffreys et al. have reported the detection of a type of hypervariable 'minisatellite' DNA that is extraordinarily polymorphic in human populations. We have applied their technique to several bird species and particularly to a population of house sparrows (Passer domesticus) near Nottingham. We report here that one of the human minisatellite clones is a suitable probe for sparrow DNA and that it reveals variation as extensive as that found in man. These results suggest that analysis of minisatellite DNA will be a powerful tool in the study of demographic population genetics.

  15. Numerical modeling of bubble dynamics in viscoelastic media with relaxation

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    Warnez, M. T.; Johnsen, E.

    2015-01-01

    Cavitation occurs in a variety of non-Newtonian fluids and viscoelastic materials. The large-amplitude volumetric oscillations of cavitation bubbles give rise to high temperatures and pressures at collapse, as well as induce large and rapid deformation of the surroundings. In this work, we develop a comprehensive numerical framework for spherical bubble dynamics in isotropic media obeying a wide range of viscoelastic constitutive relationships. Our numerical approach solves the compressible Keller–Miksis equation with full thermal effects (inside and outside the bubble) when coupled to a highly generalized constitutive relationship (which allows Newtonian, Kelvin–Voigt, Zener, linear Maxwell, upper-convected Maxwell, Jeffreys, Oldroyd-B, Giesekus, and Phan-Thien-Tanner models). For the latter two models, partial differential equations (PDEs) must be solved in the surrounding medium; for the remaining models, we show that the PDEs can be reduced to ordinary differential equations. To solve the general constitutive PDEs, we present a Chebyshev spectral collocation method, which is robust even for violent collapse. Combining this numerical approach with theoretical analysis, we simulate bubble dynamics in various viscoelastic media to determine the impact of relaxation time, a constitutive parameter, on the associated physics. Relaxation time is found to increase bubble growth and permit rebounds driven purely by residual stresses in the surroundings. Different regimes of oscillations occur depending on the relaxation time. PMID:26130967

  16. Breathing-controlled electrical stimulation could modify the affective component of neuropathic pain after amputation: a case report

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    Melton DH

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Sheng Li1,2, Danielle H Melton1, Jeffrey C Berliner11Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Texas Medical School – Houston, Houston, TX; 2UTHealth Motor Recovery Laboratory, Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, Memorial Hermann Hospital, Houston, TX, USAAbstract: In this case, a 31-year-old male suffered phantom neuropathic pain for more than 3 years after an above-the-knee amputation. His shooting phantom pain disappeared after the first session of breathing-controlled electrical stimulation, and reappeared or was triggered 28 days after an experimental error during which he received sustained electrical stimulation. In other words, painful shooting stimuli may not have been “cured” but forgotten and retriggered by a fearful event due to the experimental error. Therefore, this accidental finding provides a unique opportunity to understand sensory and affective components of neuropathic pain, and a novel intervention could modify the affective component of it.Keywords: neuropathic pain, amputation, electrical stimulation, voluntary breathing

  17. Is there another coincidence problem at the reionization epoch?

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    Lombriser, Lucas; Smer-Barreto, Vanessa

    2017-12-01

    The cosmological coincidences between the matter and radiation energy densities at recombination as well as between the densities of matter and the cosmological constant at the present time are well known. We point out that, moreover, the third intersection between the energy densities of radiation and the cosmological constant coincides with the reionization epoch. To quantify the statistical relevance of this concurrence, we compute the Bayes factor between the concordance cosmology with free Thomson scattering optical depth and a model for which this parameter is inferred from imposing a match between the time of density equality and the epoch of reionization. This is to characterize the potential explanatory gain if one were to find a parameter-free physical connection. We find a very strong preference for such a concurrence on the Jeffreys scale from current cosmological observations. We furthermore discuss the effect of the choice of priors, changes in reionization history, and free sum of neutrino masses. We also estimate the impact of adding intermediate polarization data from the Planck High Frequency Instrument and prospects for future 21 cm surveys. In the first case, the preference for the correlation remains substantial, whereas future data may give results more decisive in pro or substantial in contra of it. Finally, we provide a discussion on different interpretations of these findings. In particular, we show how a connection between the star-formation history and the cosmological background dynamics can give rise to this concurrence.

  18. Empathy levels among first year Malaysian medical students: an observational study

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    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Brett Williams,1 Sivalal Sadasivan,2 Amudha Kadirvelu,2 Alexander Olaussen11Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, Melbourne, Australia; 2Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Sunway Campus, Selangor, MalaysiaBackground: The literature indicates that medical practitioners experience declining empathy levels in clinical practice. This highlights the need to educate medical students about empathy as an attribute early in the academic curriculum. The objective of this study was to evaluate year one students' self-reported empathy levels following a 2-hour empathy workshop at a large medical school in Malaysia.Methods: Changes in empathy scores were examined using a paired repeated-measures t-test in this prospective before and after study.Results: Analyzing the matched data, there was a statistically significant difference and moderate effect size between mean empathy scores before and 5 weeks after the workshop (112.08±10.67 versus 117.93±13.13, P<0.0001, d=0.48 using the Jefferson Scale Physician Empathy (Student Version.Conclusion: The results of this observational study indicate improved mean self-reported empathy scores following an empathy workshop.Keywords: empathy, medical students, Malaysia

  19. Electromagnetic induction sounding and 3D laser imaging in support of a Mars methane analogue mission

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    Boivin, A.; Lai, P.; Samson, C.; Cloutis, E.; Holladay, S.; Monteiro Santos, F. A.

    2013-07-01

    The Mars Methane Analogue Mission simulates a micro-rover mission whose purpose is to detect, analyze, and determine the source of methane emissions on the planet's surface. As part of this project, both an electromagnetic induction sounder (EMIS) and a high-resolution triangulation-based 3D laser scanner were tested at the Jeffrey open-pit asbestos mine to identify and characterize geological environments favourable to the occurrence of methane. The presence of serpentinite in the form of chrysotile (asbestos), magnesium carbonate, and iron oxyhydroxides make the mine a likely location for methane production. The EMIS clearly delineated the contacts between the two geological units found at the mine, peridotite and slate, which are separated by a shear zone. Both the peridotite and slate units have low and uniform apparent electrical conductivity and magnetic susceptibility, while the shear zone has much higher conductivity and susceptibility, with greater variability. The EMIS data were inverted and the resulting model captured lateral conductivity variations through the different bedrock geological units buried beneath a gravel road. The 3D point cloud data acquired by the laser scanner were fitted with triangular meshes where steeply dipping triangles were plotted in dark grey to accentuate discontinuities. The resulting images were further processed using Sobel edge detection to highlight networks of fractures which are potential pathways for methane seepage.

  20. Gischig receives 2011 Natural Hazards Focus Group Award for Graduate Research

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    2012-02-01

    Valentin Gischig has been awarded the AGU Natural Hazards Focus Group Award for Graduate Research, given annually to a recent Ph.D. recipient for outstanding contributions to natural hazards research. Gischig's thesis is entitled “Kinematics and failure mechanisms of the Randa rock slope instability (Switzerland).” He presented an invited talk and was formally presented with the award at the 2011 AGU Fall Meeting, held 5-9 December in San Francisco, Calif. Gischig received his M.Sc. in geophysics and glaciology at Eidgenössiche Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, in Switzerland, in 2007. In 2011 he attained a Ph.D. in engineering geology/rock mechanics/landslide analysis under the supervision of Simon Loew, Jeffrey R. Moore, Florian Amann, and Keith F. Evans at ETH Zürich. Gischig is currently conducting postdoctoral research at ETH Zürich. His research interests include landslides, induced seismicity in enhanced geothermal systems, and coupled processes in rock mechanics.