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Explainable methods for knowledge graph refinement and exploration via symbolic reasoning

Mohamed Hassan Mohamed Gad-Elrab

Organic Chemistry Lab

Synthesis and Characterization

COVID-19 PEDIATRICO

Is a description of the epidemiological characteristics of covid-19 in pediatric patients

Philip Freneau's Wildflower: An Analysis of the \"Amanda\" Poems

Frank A. Lovelock
According to Philip Freneau's biographers, an early disillusionment appears to have resulted from Freneau's first experiences at sea as well as from an abortive love affair that began on the island of Bermuda in 1778. Freneau left behind scores of poems which detail his years in the Caribbean, seven of which, after much revision, he grouped together in 1809 and linked directly to his experiences in Bermuda. And although it can be shown that Freneau,...

State-To-Date Vol. 23 No. 16, February 7, 1972

State-To-Date Vol. 23 No. 15, January 31, 1972

Eutrophication, Hypoxia and Trophic Transfer Efficiency in Chesapeake Bay

James Dixon Hagy
Coastal eutrophication is a global problem that has contributed to loss of estuarine habitats and potentially decreased fisheries production. Hypoxia is often observed in eutrophic estuaries where it can be an important cause of habitat loss. This study utilized a suite of empirical analyses to examine key linkages relating coastal eutrophication to hypoxia, trophic structure, and trophic transfer efficiency in Chesapeake Bay (CB), USA. A salt- and water-balance model, or "box" model, was developed to...

State-To-Date Vol. 23 No. 25, May 1, 1972

Modulus of continuity of controlled Loewner–Kufarev equations and random matrices

Takafumi Amaba & Roland Friedrich

Machine Learning in Healthcare

My research interests are focused on big data (next-generation sequencing, microarrays, X-ray crystallography etc.) analysis with machine learning techniques (Neural networks, SVM’s, Restricted boltzmann machines, Clustering algorithms etc.).

Entwicklung PPAP-basierender Antiinfektiva

Frank Kraus

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HIGH CAFFEINE CONSUMPTION AND LOWERED RENAL FUNCTION AMONG NORMENSIVE ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES

This cross-sectional study aims to evaluate the association of caffeine intake with renal function among adults between ages 18-55. Participants of the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (NHANES) survey for the three consecutive years (2013-2014, 2015-2016, and 2017-2018) were used. A weighted multivariable linear regression analysis of the caffeine concentration was conducted. Greater intake was associated with lowered renal function. This association persisted when limiting the daily caffeine intake to 2000 mg/day or less....

“LOOK GOOD, FEEL GOOD”: DAILY DRESS CHOICE AND WORK OUTCOMES

Research and anecdotal evidence (e.g., the media) have suggested that individuals’ dress choice could lead to workplace success (e.g., Christman & Branson, 1990; Damhorst, 1990; Johnson & Roach-Higgins, 1987). Invoked in this notion is the premise that the favorable impression formed from wearing a particular dress result in positive treatment from others. While forming a positive impression is an important component of success (Reid, Lancuba, Morrow, 1997; Stuart & Fuller, 1991), workplace success could be...

IMPROVED SEGMENTATION FOR AUTOMATED SEIZURE DETECTION USING CHANNEL-DEPENDENT POSTERIORS

The electroencephalogram (EEG) is the primary tool used for the diagnosis of a varietyof neural pathologies such as epilepsy. Identification of a critical event, such as an epileptic seizure, is difficult because the signals are collected by transducing extremely low voltages, and as a result, are corrupted by noise. Also, EEG signals often contain artifacts due to clinical phenomena such as patient movement. These artifacts are easily confused as seizure events. Factors such as slowly...

Autonomy through real-time learning and OpenNARS for Applications

This work includes an attempt to enhance the autonomy of intelligent agents via real-time learning.In nature, the ability to learn at runtime gives species which can do so key advantages over others. While most AI systems do not need to have this ability but can be trained before deployment, it allows agents to adapt, at runtime, to changing and generally unknown circumstances, and then to exploit their environment for their own purposes. To reach this...

STABILITY OF TEMPORARY ANCHORAGE DEVICES IN VARYING PORCINE BONE DENSITIES

Objectives: Human bone density varies between areas of the maxilla and mandible. Orthodontists place Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) in all parts, guided by bone porosity and intra-oral location. These decisions may influence TAD stability, defined as the amount of interlocking between the TAD and bone immediately after insertion. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of bone mineral density (BMD) on TAD stability in vitro.Methods: Porcine jawbone samples were collected from a...

CORRELATION BETWEEN MODIFIED MALLAMPATI TONGUE SCORE WITH VARIATION IN CRANIOFACIAL POSTURE & MORPHOLOGY IN A LATERAL CEPHALOGRAM

Introduction: The Modified Mallampati Tongue Score (MMT) is commonly used in anesthesiology for the pre-anesthetic assessment of the airway in patients. This score roughly estimates the size and position of the tongue relative to the oral cavity, with higher scores associated with difficult intubation and increased incidence of breathing interferences, such as obstructive sleep apnea. The distance from the tongue base to roof of the mouth decreases from MMT-I to MMT-IV. The tongue shape and...

Mapping Free Energy Landscapes of Proteins with Application to Kinase Catalytic Domains

One of the most attractive systems in drug design is protein kinases that can be inhibited by small molecules blocking the kinase activity when binding into the kinase catalytic active site. However, it is not always trivial how to design potent drug inhibitors that target a protein kinase family specifically and in fact, the design of protein kinase inhibitors has occupied a great amount of time and cost. Learning about the conformational landscape of the...

DEEP ARCHITECTURES FOR SPATIO-TEMPORAL SEQUENCE RECOGNITION WITH APPLICATIONS IN AUTOMATIC SEIZURE DETECTION

Scalp electroencephalograms (EEGs) are used in a broad range of health care institutions to monitor and record electrical activity in the brain. EEGs are essential in diagnosis of clinical conditions such as epilepsy, seizure, coma, encephalopathy, and brain death. Manual scanning and interpretation of EEGs is time-consuming since these recordings may last hours or days. It is also an expensive process as it requires highly trained experts. Therefore, high performance automated analysis of EEGs can...

The J/psi-007 Experiment: A Search for the LHCb Charm Pentaquarks in Hall C at Jefferson Lab

In the Jefferson Lab E12-16-007 (J/psi-007) experiment we measured the differential J/psi photo-production cross section as a function of photon energy, E_gamma and Mandelstam variable t - the momentum transfer from the initial photon to the produced J/psi - in the energy region where all the charm pentaquark states were discovered by the LHCb (Large Hadron Collider beauty) collaboration. The J/psi-007 experiment was conducted in the experimental Hall C of the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator...

DEVELOPMENT OF AN AMORPHOUS BASED SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLET OF MELT EXTRUDED IBRUTINIB A BRUTON’S TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITOR

Ibrutinib is the first Bruton`s tyrosine kinase (BTK) inhibitor for oral administration approved by FDA in 2014. It is the first-line treatment for B-cell malignancies, which are the most common hematologic neoplasia. Ibrutinib is a relatively safe alternative for currently used treatment modalities that are associated with long-term toxicity and resistance. However, ibrutinib is considered as BCS class II drug and has very low solubility in an aqueous medium (13 μg/ml at PH 8.0) and...

A BEHAVIORAL APPROACH TO NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS: EVIDENCE FROM THE U.S. MOVIE INDUSTRY

Organizations increasingly engage in launching new products, but they show heterogeneous decision-making patterns in new product strategies. This dissertation attempts to study the source of organizational heterogeneity in new product introductions (NPIs) by applying behavioral perspectives. To this end, this dissertation examines how organizations respond to the conditions of themselves and others through various decisions on new product introductions. I propose that organizations learn directly from their own experience that is relative to their own...

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