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Supplemental Material, Table_S2 - Evolution of human–environmental interactions in China from the Late Paleolithic to the Bronze Age

Guanghui Dong, Ruo Li, Minxia Lu, Dongju Zhang & Nathaniel James
Supplemental Material, Table_S2 for Evolution of human–environmental interactions in China from the Late Paleolithic to the Bronze Age by Guanghui Dong, Ruo Li, Minxia Lu, Dongju Zhang and Nathaniel James in Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Nightmares for Patients with Persecutory Delusions (Nites): An Assessor-Blind, Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Bryony Sheaves, Emily A. Holmes, Stephanie Rek, Kathryn M. Taylor, Alecia Nickless, Felicity Waite, Anne Germain, Colin A. Espie, Paul J. Harrison, Russell Foster & Daniel Freeman
Objective:Nightmares are relatively common in patients experiencing psychosis but rarely assessed or treated. Nightmares may maintain persecutory delusions by portraying fears in sensory-rich detail. We tested the potential benefits of imagery-focused cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for nightmares on nightmare severity and persecutory delusions.Method:This assessor-blind parallel-group pilot trial randomized 24 participants with nightmares and persecutory delusions to receive CBT for nightmares delivered over 4 weeks in addition to treatment as usual (TAU) or TAU alone. Assessments...

Peacekeeper Fatalities and Force Commitments to UN Operations

Andrew Levin
To what extent do peacekeeper fatalities affect states’ contributions to UN operations? While the deaths of peacekeepers are thought to be a factor in states’ decisions to reduce the magnitude of their participation in a mission, not all states respond similarly to peacekeeper fatalities. I hypothesize that democracies and wealthy countries are likely to be more sensitive to peacekeeper deaths than their non-democratic and poorer counterparts. Analyses of UN peacekeeping operations between 1990 and 2011...

Replication_files – Supplemental material for Non-violent resistance and the quality of democracy

Felix S Bethke & Jonathan Pinckney
Supplemental material, Replication_files for Non-violent resistance and the quality of democracy by Felix S Bethke and Jonathan Pinckney in Conflict Management and Peace Science

Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions

Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka & Michael J Leamy
The paper presents a spectral analysis of wave propagation in bounded two-dimensional elastic media discretized under assumptions of two selected local computational strategies. The Local Interaction Simulation Approach and Cellular Automata for Elastodynamics are first overviewed with particular emphasis on their fundamental assumptions, treatment of boundary conditions, and resulting formulations. Each method’s numerical dispersion characteristics for bulk waves are then analyzed using a closed set of iteration equations, after which guided Lamb wave dispersion characteristics...

PIC884977 Supplemetal Material - Supplemental material for Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions

Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka & Michael J Leamy
Supplemental material, PIC884977 Supplemetal Material for Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions by Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka and Michael J Leamy in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

PIC884977 Supplemetal Material - Supplemental material for Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions

Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka & Michael J Leamy
Supplemental material, PIC884977 Supplemetal Material for Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions by Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka and Michael J Leamy in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

Spectral analysis of guided wave propagation in discretized domains under local interactions

Pawel Packo, Piotr Kijanka & Michael J Leamy
The paper presents a spectral analysis of wave propagation in bounded two-dimensional elastic media discretized under assumptions of two selected local computational strategies. The Local Interaction Simulation Approach and Cellular Automata for Elastodynamics are first overviewed with particular emphasis on their fundamental assumptions, treatment of boundary conditions, and resulting formulations. Each method’s numerical dispersion characteristics for bulk waves are then analyzed using a closed set of iteration equations, after which guided Lamb wave dispersion characteristics...

Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA

J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham & A Rajeshkannan
The multi-stage sequential process with multi-objective is a complex problem to address as the decision made at a particular stage influences the subsequent stage and vice versa. In this article, the effects of input variables of plastic injection, mold, and different plating stages were investigated on different output responses, namely weldline, warpage, length, and various metal plating thicknesses. This paper investigates a real-time industrial data of manufacturing an automotive exterior part made of ABS material....

PIC887993 Supplemetal Material - Supplemental material for Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA

J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham & A Rajeshkannan
Supplemental material, PIC887993 Supplemetal Material for Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA by J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham and A Rajeshkannan in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

PIC887993 Supplemetal Material - Supplemental material for Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA

J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham & A Rajeshkannan
Supplemental material, PIC887993 Supplemetal Material for Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA by J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham and A Rajeshkannan in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

Multi-objective optimization for multi-stage sequential plastic injection molding with plating process using RSM and PCA-based weighted-GRA

J Sreedharan, AK Jeevanantham & A Rajeshkannan
The multi-stage sequential process with multi-objective is a complex problem to address as the decision made at a particular stage influences the subsequent stage and vice versa. In this article, the effects of input variables of plastic injection, mold, and different plating stages were investigated on different output responses, namely weldline, warpage, length, and various metal plating thicknesses. This paper investigates a real-time industrial data of manufacturing an automotive exterior part made of ABS material....

Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan & David Anthony Parker
Background:The combined influence of anatomic and operative factors affecting graft healing after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction within the femoral notch is not well understood.Purpose:To determine the influence of graft size and orientation in relation to femoral notch anatomy, with the signal/noise quotient (SNQ) of the graft used as a measure of graft healing after primary single-bundle ACL reconstruction.Study Design:Case series; Level of evidence, 4.Methods:A total of 98 patients with a minimum 2-year follow-up after...

Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan & David Anthony Parker
Background:The combined influence of anatomic and operative factors affecting graft healing after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction within the femoral notch is not well understood.Purpose:To determine the influence of graft size and orientation in relation to femoral notch anatomy, with the signal/noise quotient (SNQ) of the graft used as a measure of graft healing after primary single-bundle ACL reconstruction.Study Design:Case series; Level of evidence, 4.Methods:A total of 98 patients with a minimum 2-year follow-up after...

DS_10.1177_0363546519885104 – Supplemental material for Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan & David Anthony Parker
Supplemental material, DS_10.1177_0363546519885104 for Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction by Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan and David Anthony Parker in The American Journal of Sports Medicine

DS_10.1177_0363546519885104 – Supplemental material for Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan & David Anthony Parker
Supplemental material, DS_10.1177_0363546519885104 for Graft Size and Orientation Within the Femoral Notch Affect Graft Healing at 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction by Takeshi Oshima, Sven Putnis, Samuel Grasso, Antonio Klasan and David Anthony Parker in The American Journal of Sports Medicine

DS_10.1177_0363546519885148 – Supplemental material for Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry

Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk & Simon W. Young
Supplemental material, DS_10.1177_0363546519885148 for Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry by Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk and Simon W. Young in The American Journal of Sports Medicine

Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry

Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk & Simon W. Young
Background:The patellar tendon is often considered the “gold standard” graft for reducing the risk of graft rupture after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. However, its use may also be associated with an increased risk of injury to the contralateral ACL.Purpose:To clarify the association between graft choice and the risk of revision and contralateral ACL reconstruction.Study Design:Cohort study; Level of evidence, 2.Methods:Prospective data captured by the New Zealand ACL Registry between April 2014 and December 2018...

Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry

Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk & Simon W. Young
Background:The patellar tendon is often considered the “gold standard” graft for reducing the risk of graft rupture after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. However, its use may also be associated with an increased risk of injury to the contralateral ACL.Purpose:To clarify the association between graft choice and the risk of revision and contralateral ACL reconstruction.Study Design:Cohort study; Level of evidence, 2.Methods:Prospective data captured by the New Zealand ACL Registry between April 2014 and December 2018...

DS_10.1177_0363546519885148 – Supplemental material for Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry

Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk & Simon W. Young
Supplemental material, DS_10.1177_0363546519885148 for Effect of Graft Choice on Revision and Contralateral Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Results From the New Zealand ACL Registry by Richard Rahardja, Mark Zhu, Hamish Love, Mark G. Clatworthy, Andrew Paul Monk and Simon W. Young in The American Journal of Sports Medicine

Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment

Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck & Sven Saussez
Objective:To develop and validate the Reflux Sign Assessment (RSA), a clinical instrument evaluating the physical findings of laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR).Methods:A total of 106 patients completed a 3-month treatment based on the association of diet, pantoprazole, alginate, or magaldrate with the LPR characteristics (acid, nonacid, mixed). Forty-two asymptomatic individuals completed the study (control group). The RSA results and reflux finding score (RFS) were documented for the LPR patients at baseline and after treatment. Intrarater reliability was...

Appendix – Supplemental material for Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment

Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck & Sven Saussez
Supplemental material, Appendix for Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment by Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck and Sven Saussez in Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology

Appendix – Supplemental material for Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment

Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck & Sven Saussez
Supplemental material, Appendix for Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment by Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck and Sven Saussez in Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology

Validity and Reliability of the Reflux Sign Assessment

Jérôme R. Lechien, Alexandra Rodriguez Ruiz, Didier Dequanter, Francois Bobin, Francois Mouawad, Vinciane Muls, Kathy Huet, Bernard Harmegnies, Sarah Remacle, Camille Finck & Sven Saussez
Objective:To develop and validate the Reflux Sign Assessment (RSA), a clinical instrument evaluating the physical findings of laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR).Methods:A total of 106 patients completed a 3-month treatment based on the association of diet, pantoprazole, alginate, or magaldrate with the LPR characteristics (acid, nonacid, mixed). Forty-two asymptomatic individuals completed the study (control group). The RSA results and reflux finding score (RFS) were documented for the LPR patients at baseline and after treatment. Intrarater reliability was...

An adaptive power prior for sequential clinical trials – Application to bridging studies

Adrien Ollier, Satoshi Morita, Moreno Ursino & Sarah Zohar
During drug evaluation trials, information from clinical trials previously conducted on another population, indications or schedules may be available. In these cases, it might be desirable to share information by efficiently using the available resources. In this work, we developed an adaptive power prior with a commensurability parameter for using historical or external information. It allows, at each stage, full borrowing when the data are not in conflict, no borrowing when the data are in...

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