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A parallel workflow implementation for PEST version 13.6 in high-performance computing for WRF-Hydro version 5.0: a case study over the Midwestern United States

Jiali Wang, Cheng Wang, Andrew Orr & Rao Kotamarthi
This study ported the parallel PEST to High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters and adapted it to work with the The Weather Research and Forecasting Hydrological (WRF-Hydro) modeling system. The porting involved writing scripts to modify the workflow for different workload managers and job schedulers, as well as developing code to connect parallel-PEST to WRF-Hydro. We developed a case study using a flood in the midwestern United States in 2013 to test the operational feasibility and...

An Intimate Insight on Psychopathy and a Novel Hermeneutic Psychological Science

Emmanuel Taku
Abstract This paper is rather a profound hermeneutic enunciation putting into question our present understanding of psychopathy. It further articulates, in complement, a novel theoretical and methodological conceptualisation for a hermeneutic psychological science. Methodology-wise, it puts into question a traditional more or less categorical and mechanical approach to the social and behavioural sciences as it strives to introduce a creative and insightful approach for the articulation of ideas. It rather seeks to construe the scientific...

Predicting Radiative Heat Transfer In Arbitrary Two And Three-Dimensional Participating Media

Mohammad Hadi Bordbar & Timo Hyppänen
The radiative exchange method is introduced as a numerical method for the simulation of radiative heat transfer in an absorbing, emitting and isotropically scattering media. In this method, the integro-differential radiative balance equation is solved by using a new introduced concept for the exchange factor. Even though the radiative source term is calculated in a mesh structure that is coarser than the structure used in computational fluid dynamics, calculating the exchange factor between different coarse...

Index of Authors

Ahmad Asrul Ibrahim, Mohd Hairi Mohd Zaman, Asraf Mohamed Moubark & Nor Azwan Mohamed Kamari
List of authors in the Proceedings of Undergraduate Research 2018

The Influence Of Employee Motivation, Leadership And Organization Culture Toward Employees Satisfaction.

Muhammad Imam Nashiruddin & Rahayu.
The purpose of this study is to analyze The Influence of Employee Motivation, Leadership , and Organizational Culture toward Employee Satisfaction on Hospital Employees in South Tanggerang. Base on the purpose of the study , hypotheses of this study are : 1) Employee Motivation influence on employee satisfaction ; 2) Leadership Influence on Employee Satisfaction ; 3) and Organizational Culture Influence on Employee Satisfaction. The study design used a combination of verificative research an descriptive...

Jamovi nasıl kullanılır?

Haldun AKOGLU
Jamovi'nin kullanımına dair ayrıntılı görsellerle anlatımı yapılmıştır.

Jamovi nasıl kullanılır?

Haldun AKOGLU
Jamovi'nin kullanımına dair ayrıntılı görsellerle anlatımı yapılmıştır.

Die bronzezeitliche Siedlung auf dem Hügel Grepault bei Trun GR. Ein Beitrag zur bronzezeitlichen Siedlungsgeschichte in den Zentralalpen

Mirco Brunner
The site of Grepault is located on a hill on the southern bank of the Anterior Rhine near Trun. Excavations were carried out between 1932 and 1960. A test excavation in 2014 and coring on the plateau of the hill provided clarity with regard to the archaeological context. Most of the finds, though unstratified, dated from the Bronze Age. The material has been typochronologically classified and compared with well-stratified and absolutely dated assemblages from the...

Die bronzezeitliche Siedlung auf dem Hügel Grepault bei Trun GR. Ein Beitrag zur bronzezeitlichen Siedlungsgeschichte in den Zentralalpen

Mirco Brunner
The site of Grepault is located on a hill on the southern bank of the Anterior Rhine near Trun. Excavations were carried out between 1932 and 1960. A test excavation in 2014 and coring on the plateau of the hill provided clarity with regard to the archaeological context. Most of the finds, though unstratified, dated from the Bronze Age. The material has been typochronologically classified and compared with well-stratified and absolutely dated assemblages from the...

Idealization Of Licca-Chan And Barbie: Comparison Of Two Dolls Across The Pacific

Miho Tsukamoto
Since the initial creation of the Barbie doll in 1959, it
became a symbol of US society. Likewise, the Licca-chan, a Japanese
doll created in 1967, also became a Japanese symbolic doll of Japanese
society. Prior to the introduction of Licca-chan, Barbie was already
marketed in Japan but their sales were dismal. Licca-chan (an actual
name: Kayama Licca) is a plastic doll with a variety of sizes ranging
from 21.0 cm to 29.0 cm which...

Artificial Intelligence Based Data Governance For Chinese Electronic Health Record Analysis

Junmei Zhong
ABSTRACT Electronic health record (EHR) analysis can leverage great insights to improve the quality of human healthcare. However, the low data quality problems of missing values, inconsistency, and errors in the data setseverely hinder buildingrobust machine learning models for data analysis. In this paper, we develop a methodology ofartificial intelligence (AI)-based data governance to predict the missing values or verify if the existing values are correct and what they should be when they are wrong....

Tutorial on DDI controlled vocabularies

Taina Jääskeläinen & Anne Etheridge
This tutorial will cover the aim and content of the DDI Controlled Vocabularies (CVs) and general principles of their use in metadata. It will include use of CVs in local languages. Tutorial aimed for persons/organisations who are using or planning to use DDI CVs in documentation. Participants may be asked to do a few exercises beforehand, classifying example datasets with some CVs.

Tutorial on DDI controlled vocabularies

Taina Jääskeläinen & Anne Etheridge
This tutorial will cover the aim and content of the DDI Controlled Vocabularies (CVs) and general principles of their use in metadata. It will include use of CVs in local languages. Tutorial aimed for persons/organisations who are using or planning to use DDI CVs in documentation. Participants may be asked to do a few exercises beforehand, classifying example datasets with some CVs.

GROMACS 2019.3 Manual

Lindahl, Abraham , Hess & Van Der Spoel
Full documentation for the GROMACS 2019.3 release version.

DDI is not enough

Ron Dekker
The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives CESSDA is a distributed European Infrastructure with 15 member countries (www.cessda.eu). CESSDA, wants to be a key player in social science infrastructures, providing a trusted platform with tools and services to publish and re-use research data in a safe and secure way. Key features of platforms are that they focus on interactions between producers and users, the service providers do not own the assets, and the focus...

DDI is not enough

Ron Dekker
The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives CESSDA is a distributed European Infrastructure with 15 member countries (www.cessda.eu). CESSDA, wants to be a key player in social science infrastructures, providing a trusted platform with tools and services to publish and re-use research data in a safe and secure way. Key features of platforms are that they focus on interactions between producers and users, the service providers do not own the assets, and the focus...

An Overview Of Optimization Of Settling Time Of Mr Damper With Selected Mr Fluid Particle

Ms.A.A.Zalake *1, Mr.M.V.Kharade 2,Mr.A.A.Patil3
Magnetorheological (MR) dampers have found many applications in the field of mechanical ,aerospace& automobile engineering etc.with the increasing demand for the noise & vibration control, application of such types of semi-active dampers are bound to increase. The Magnetorheological fluid dampers could offer an outstanding capability in semi-active vibration control due to excellent dynamic features such as fast response, environmentally robust characteristics, low poaer consumption &simple interfaces between electronic input& mechanical output. Magnetorheological fluid are now...

Determinants of Agriculture Growth to Small and Marginal Farmers in Selected Districts of Tamil Nadu

B. Arunkumar & V. Padmanabhan
A field study was made with the sample size of 528 from selected districts of Tamil Nadu [Trichy, Karur and Erode]. Major objective of this study is to explore the determinants of small and marginal farmers which influence the agriculture growth and how demographic profile of farmers linked with determinants. The study handled with primary and secondary data. Under this study the methods used for sample is stratified random sample. Samples from population is stratified...

Effect Of Solvent On Antioxidant Activity Of Crude Extracts Of Otostegia Integrifolia Leave

Limenew Abate & Marie Yayinie
Antioxidants present in herbs and spices could be an effective tool to prevent the non-communicable diseases like cancer, diabetes and myocardial infarction as they have the capacity to stabilize the free radicals which are one of the causative factors of these diseases. Traditional plants have a potential to use as antioxidant activities. Otostegia integrifolia, more commonly known as Abyssinian rose, a plant belonging to the family Lamiaceae, is endemic plant in Ethiopia, it is one...

Documentazione consolidata PNR2/2019 - parte 2/3 - Anagrafiche

De Martino Roberti
Documentazione consolidata del flusso informatico PNR2 - Anno 2019 - parte 2/3 A partire dalla versione del 6 Giugno 2019, ogni anagrafica è contenuta in un file a se stante.

Crowdsourcing Peer Review: As We May Do

Michael Soprano & Stefano Mizzaro
This paper describes Readersourcing 2.0, an ecosystem providing an implementation of the Readersourcing approach. Readersourcing is proposed as an alternative to the standard peer review activity that aims to exploit the otherwise lost opinions of readers. To achieve this, Readersourcing 2.0 implements two different models based on the so-called codetermination algorithms. We describe the requirements, present the overall architecture, and show how the end-user can interact with the system. Readersourcing 2.0 will be used in...

Crowdsourcing Peer Review: As We May Do

Michael Soprano & Stefano Mizzaro
This paper describes Readersourcing 2.0, an ecosystem providing an implementation of the Readersourcing approach. Readersourcing is proposed as an alternative to the standard peer review activity that aims to exploit the otherwise lost opinions of readers. To achieve this, Readersourcing 2.0 implements two different models based on the so-called codetermination algorithms. We describe the requirements, present the overall architecture, and show how the end-user can interact with the system. Readersourcing 2.0 will be used in...

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