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Heuristic approach to optimize the number of test cases for simple circuits

SM. Thamarai, K.Kuppusamy & T. Meyyappan
In this paper a new solution is proposed for testing simple stwo stage electronic circuits. It minimizes the number of tests to be performed to determine the genuinity of the circuit. The main idea behind the present research work is to identify the maximum number of indistinguishable faults present in the given circuit and minimize the number of test cases based on the number of faults that has been detected. Heuristic approach is used for...

MOESM3 of Regulation of carotenogenesis in the red yeast Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous: the role of the transcriptional co-repressor complex Cyc8–Tup1 involved in catabolic repression

Pamela Córdova, Jennifer Alcaíno, Natalia Bravo, Salvador Barahona, Dionisia Sepúlveda, María Fernández-Lobato, Marcelo Baeza & Víctor Cifuentes
Additional file 3: Figure S1. HPLC analysis of carotenoid composition of X. dendrorhous wild-type, 385cyc8 − and 385tup1 − strains. For each strain, a representative sample obtained at the late stationary phase of growth is shown. Values are the percentage representativeness of each compound with respect to the total carotenoid content.

Supplementary document for Low threshold polariton lasing in a highly disordered conjugated polymer - 4069948.pdf

Mengjie Wei, Sai Kiran Rajendran, Hamid Ohadi, Laura Tropf, Malte Gather, Graham Turnbull & Ifor D. Samuel
supplemental document

Supplementary document for Low threshold polariton lasing in a highly disordered conjugated polymer - 4069948.pdf

Mengjie Wei, Sai Kiran Rajendran, Hamid Ohadi, Laura Tropf, Malte Gather, Graham Turnbull & Ifor D. Samuel
supplemental document

Supplementary document for Resonantly enhanced nonreciprocal silicon Brillouin amplifier - 4060029.pdf

Nils Otterstrom, Eric Kittlaus, Shai Gertler, Ryan Behunin, Anthony Lentine & Peter Rakich
Supplementary information Latex version

Supplementary document for Resonantly enhanced nonreciprocal silicon Brillouin amplifier - 4060029.pdf

Nils Otterstrom, Eric Kittlaus, Shai Gertler, Ryan Behunin, Anthony Lentine & Peter Rakich
Supplementary information Latex version

Supplemental Appendix.docx

William Mckeever
This is a supplemental appendix for a the FEDOX Trial thyoid hormone findings.

Supplemental Appendix.docx

William Mckeever
This is a supplemental appendix for a the FEDOX Trial thyoid hormone findings.

Implementing Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector

Sourav Mukherjee
Tackling the cyber risks in the energy sector is just not critical for energy security but also is a vital component for a strong nation and economy as identified by the recent World Energy Committee report. The statement also focuses that there has been a steady growth in the total count of successful cyber-attacks over the recent years to this energy sector [1]. Cybersecurity in the energy sector does matters, and since the energy business...

Implementing Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector

Sourav Mukherjee
Tackling the cyber risks in the energy sector is just not critical for energy security but also is a vital component for a strong nation and economy as identified by the recent World Energy Committee report. The statement also focuses that there has been a steady growth in the total count of successful cyber-attacks over the recent years to this energy sector [1]. Cybersecurity in the energy sector does matters, and since the energy business...

Implementing Cybersecurity in the Energy Sector

Sourav Mukherjee
Tackling the cyber risks in the energy sector is just not critical for energy security but also is a vital component for a strong nation and economy as identified by the recent World Energy Committee report. The statement also focuses that there has been a steady growth in the total count of successful cyber-attacks over the recent years to this energy sector [1]. Cybersecurity in the energy sector does matters, and since the energy business...

Passive personal air sampling of dust in a working environment—A pilot study

Mariam Shirdel, Ingvar A. Bergdahl, Britt M. Andersson, Håkan Wingfors, Johan N. Sommar & Ingrid E. Liljelind
The aim of this study was to make a preliminary evaluation of the University of North Carolina passive aerosol sampler (UNC sampler) for personal air sampling of particles. Nine personal air samplings of respirable fraction were conducted in an open-pit mine, with pairwise UNC samplers and a respirable cyclone mounted on the chest of workers. UNC samples were analyzed with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and to some extent energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS). Respirable cyclone...

Passive personal air sampling of dust in a working environment—A pilot study

Mariam Shirdel, Ingvar A. Bergdahl, Britt M. Andersson, Håkan Wingfors, Johan N. Sommar & Ingrid E. Liljelind
The aim of this study was to make a preliminary evaluation of the University of North Carolina passive aerosol sampler (UNC sampler) for personal air sampling of particles. Nine personal air samplings of respirable fraction were conducted in an open-pit mine, with pairwise UNC samplers and a respirable cyclone mounted on the chest of workers. UNC samples were analyzed with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and to some extent energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS). Respirable cyclone...

cular i sur. karate.pdf

Dražen Čular, Johnny Padulo, Mirjana Milić, Emerson Franchini & Luca Paolo Ardigò
Spirometry can be considered a method for measuring lung capacity and speed of air-flow through the airways. Due to its simple application, it is commonly used in sport diagnostics. Aims of this research were to determine the values of ventilation function variables in karatekas competing in kumite discipline and their relationship to result. The sample included 51 junior karate athletes (with defined subgroups of more successful [n=31] and less successful [n=20]), competing in kumite discipline,...

cular i sur. karate.pdf

Dražen Čular, Johnny Padulo, Mirjana Milić, Emerson Franchini & Luca Paolo Ardigò
Spirometry can be considered a method for measuring lung capacity and speed of air-flow through the airways. Due to its simple application, it is commonly used in sport diagnostics. Aims of this research were to determine the values of ventilation function variables in karatekas competing in kumite discipline and their relationship to result. The sample included 51 junior karate athletes (with defined subgroups of more successful [n=31] and less successful [n=20]), competing in kumite discipline,...

Psychometric properties of the Italian version of the Speech Handicap Index

Francesco Mozzanica, Letizia Scarponi, Martina Rota, Giovanni Succo, Erika Crosetti, Marco Guzzo, Paolo Bossi, Cesare Piazza, Francesco Ottaviani & Antonio Schindler
Objective: Speech impairment is common in patients affected by head and neck cancer and impact on quality of life. Therefore, specific instruments are required for its evaluation. The aim of this study is to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Italian Speech Handicap Index. Methods: Data were obtained from 50 patients and 75 asymptomatic subjects. The study consisted of five phases: (1) item generation, (2) internal consistency and reliability analysis, (3) normative data generation, (4)...

Psychometric properties of the Italian version of the Speech Handicap Index

Francesco Mozzanica, Letizia Scarponi, Martina Rota, Giovanni Succo, Erika Crosetti, Marco Guzzo, Paolo Bossi, Cesare Piazza, Francesco Ottaviani & Antonio Schindler
Objective: Speech impairment is common in patients affected by head and neck cancer and impact on quality of life. Therefore, specific instruments are required for its evaluation. The aim of this study is to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Italian Speech Handicap Index. Methods: Data were obtained from 50 patients and 75 asymptomatic subjects. The study consisted of five phases: (1) item generation, (2) internal consistency and reliability analysis, (3) normative data generation, (4)...

Kinematic risky driving behavior among younger and older drivers: Differences over time by age group and sex

Bruce G. Simons-Morton, Pnina Gershon, Gary Gensler, Sheila Klauer, Johnathon Ehsani, Chunming Zhu, Fearghal O’Brien, Rob Gore-Langton & Thomas Dingus
Objective: This research examined the incidence rates of elevated gravitational force events (kinematic risky driving, KRD) among 16- to 17-year-old drivers compared to those of 18- to 20-year-old, 21- to 25-year-old, and 35- to 55-year-old drivers over a 12-month period. Methods: Data were sampled from the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP2) naturalistic driving study that recruited a U.S. national sample of study participants. General linear mixed models (GLIMMIX) for recurrent events were used to...

Kinematic risky driving behavior among younger and older drivers: Differences over time by age group and sex

Bruce G. Simons-Morton, Pnina Gershon, Gary Gensler, Sheila Klauer, Johnathon Ehsani, Chunming Zhu, Fearghal O’Brien, Rob Gore-Langton & Thomas Dingus
Objective: This research examined the incidence rates of elevated gravitational force events (kinematic risky driving, KRD) among 16- to 17-year-old drivers compared to those of 18- to 20-year-old, 21- to 25-year-old, and 35- to 55-year-old drivers over a 12-month period. Methods: Data were sampled from the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP2) naturalistic driving study that recruited a U.S. national sample of study participants. General linear mixed models (GLIMMIX) for recurrent events were used to...

Self-reports of workloads and aberrant driving behaviors as predictors of crash rate among taxi drivers: A cross-sectional study in China

Yonggang Wang, Yong Zhang, Linchao Li & Guohua Liang
Objective: Taxis provide an important mode of public transport in China, but there has been very little in-depth research on the crash involvement propensity of taxi drivers. Thus, this study was conducted to develop a quantitative model for predicting the crash rate of taxi drivers. Methods: A total of 2,391 taxi drivers from 29 companies in 4 Chinese cities completed a structured and anonymous face-to-face questionnaire reporting their demographic information, workload conditions, aberrant driving behaviors,...

Self-reports of workloads and aberrant driving behaviors as predictors of crash rate among taxi drivers: A cross-sectional study in China

Yonggang Wang, Yong Zhang, Linchao Li & Guohua Liang
Objective: Taxis provide an important mode of public transport in China, but there has been very little in-depth research on the crash involvement propensity of taxi drivers. Thus, this study was conducted to develop a quantitative model for predicting the crash rate of taxi drivers. Methods: A total of 2,391 taxi drivers from 29 companies in 4 Chinese cities completed a structured and anonymous face-to-face questionnaire reporting their demographic information, workload conditions, aberrant driving behaviors,...

E-bikers’ braking behavior: Results from a naturalistic cycling study

Pedro Huertas-Leyva, Marco Dozza & Niccolò Baldanzini
Objective: The number of e-bike users has increased significantly over the past few years and with it the associated safety concerns. Because e-bikes are faster than conventional bicycles and more prone to be in conflict with road users, e-bikers may need to perform avoidance maneuvers more frequently. Braking is the most common avoidance maneuver but is also a complex and critical task in emergency situations, because cyclists must reduce speed quickly without losing balance. The...

E-bikers’ braking behavior: Results from a naturalistic cycling study

Pedro Huertas-Leyva, Marco Dozza & Niccolò Baldanzini
Objective: The number of e-bike users has increased significantly over the past few years and with it the associated safety concerns. Because e-bikes are faster than conventional bicycles and more prone to be in conflict with road users, e-bikers may need to perform avoidance maneuvers more frequently. Braking is the most common avoidance maneuver but is also a complex and critical task in emergency situations, because cyclists must reduce speed quickly without losing balance. The...

Prehospital ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) in Queensland, Australia: Findings from 11 Years of the Statewide Prehospital Reperfusion Strategy

Tan N. Doan, Brendan V. Schultz, Stephen Rashford, Brett Rogers, Marcus Prior, William Vollbon & Emma Bosley
Background: Field identification and treatment of ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) by paramedics is an important component of the continuum of care for these patients. This study described real-world clinical practice in prehospital management of STEMI patients in Queensland, Australia. Methods: Retrospective analysis of data sourced from the STEMI database of the Queensland Ambulance Service, Australia. Adult STEMI patients identified by paramedics between February 2008 and December 2018 in Queensland were included. Key aspects of...

Prehospital ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) in Queensland, Australia: Findings from 11 Years of the Statewide Prehospital Reperfusion Strategy

Tan N. Doan, Brendan V. Schultz, Stephen Rashford, Brett Rogers, Marcus Prior, William Vollbon & Emma Bosley
Background: Field identification and treatment of ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) by paramedics is an important component of the continuum of care for these patients. This study described real-world clinical practice in prehospital management of STEMI patients in Queensland, Australia. Methods: Retrospective analysis of data sourced from the STEMI database of the Queensland Ambulance Service, Australia. Adult STEMI patients identified by paramedics between February 2008 and December 2018 in Queensland were included. Key aspects of...

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