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20 Years of Persistent Identifiers – Which Systems are Here to Stay?

Jens Klump, Robert Huber
2017 Data Science Journal  
Web-based persistent identifiers have been around for more than 20 years, a period long enough for us to start observing patterns of success and failure.  ...  Over the years several different persistent identifier systems have been applied to the identification of research data, not all with the same level of success in terms of uptake and sustainability.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the Registry of Research Data Repositories ( for providing an excerpt of the database.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-009 fatcat:glxj7r26g5bcpnafd2zmftdht4


2005 BioScience  
The human mind is here on the physical Earth, and we can all hope it is here to stay.  ...  In Russell's story, though, the victims are fish. And we're the perpetrators of the crime. For the past 20 years, Russell has written books and articles on crises facing the world's oceans.  ... 
doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2005)055[1090:ftsa];2 fatcat:svpthi6roba7zgis6wuzvrhi7u

Must . . . stay . . . strong!

Kai von Fintel, Anthony S. Gillies
2010 Natural Language Semantics  
Since must is English's way of representing an operator of epistemic necessity, it quantifies over possibilities compatible with what is known, saying that all of them are possibilities in which the prejacent  ...  Some epistemic modal expressions are stronger than others.  ...  In other words, one cannot identify a set of propositions that are indirect evidence simpliciter. Our strategy is to start at the other end: we identify a kernel of directly given propositions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11050-010-9058-2 fatcat:y7gywzq435f4dao4dzeegccgqm

Long-stay in short-stay inpatient facilities: risk factors and barriers to discharge

Antonella Gigantesco, Giovanni de Girolamo, Giovanni Santone, Rossella Miglio, Angelo Picardi
2009 BMC Public Health  
of hospital stay in these patients, and to identify possible barriers to alternative placements.  ...  The aim of the present study was to assess the characteristics of long-stay inpatients in public and private Italian acute inpatient facilities, to identify risk factors and correlates of the long duration  ...  Acknowledgements This article is dedicated to the memory of Professor Pierluigi Morosini, who was the Director of the National Mental Health Project and initiated and tirelessly supported the PROGRES-Acute  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-306 pmid:19698136 pmcid:PMC2746213 fatcat:lkg4ilzjjjavbh2kvk74yz7lre

Gene therapy: here to stay

I D Dubé, D Cournoyer
1995 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Two main approaches emerged: in-vivo modification, in which gene transfer vehicles are delivered directly into patients, and ex-vivo manipulation, in which cells from the patient are grown in culture,  ...  This led to the development of a variety of viral and nonviral methods for the genetic modification of somatic cells.  ...  At this point in its evolution, however, it seems safe to predict that somatic-cell gene therapy is here to stay. . _ . . ., ..... , ... .......~~~~~~~~~~~~. The work in Dr.  ... 
pmid:7743447 pmcid:PMC1337857 fatcat:zakd2xspjnhvve3rsu3b2f5tfq

Reducing the length of stay in hospital

M Ryan
1986 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
As proof of its success, Dr Zelinski reports that "up to 90%" of patients who had suffered infarction are now returning to work. Fifteen years ago, by contrast, the proportion was only 50%.  ...  Assessment by experts showed that "up to 20%" of inpatients should not have been admitted in the first place.  ...  The author thanks the Nuffield Foundation for the award of a Nuffield Social Science Research Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.292.6526.1005 fatcat:knjnmumf4vdxpbdji3u4x5wfgy

Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact..

Kevin Stranack
2010 OJS på dansk  
Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact | 20 6. Finally, centre these marks: "# # #" or "-30-", at the bottom of the page to indicate the end of your release.  ...  It is important to note that even if you changed your server, renamed your journal, or even moved off of the OJS system, your DOIs would not change, providing readers with a persistent URL to your content  ... 
doi:10.7146/ojssb.v1i1.2226 fatcat:jn3d5wevyfejzirw5v5cly3nq4

DIY artificial pancreas systems: here to stay?

Thomas SJ Crabtree, Alasdair McLay, Emma G Wilmot
2019 Practical Diabetes  
Here we discuss the principles of DIY APS, the outcomes observed so far and the feedback from users, and debate the ethical issues which arise before looking to the future and newer technologies on the  ...  ' artificial pancreas systems (DIY APS) using continuous glucose monitoring, insulin pumps and smartphone technology to run algorithms shared freely with the intent of improving quality of life and glycaemic  ...  Conclusion DIY APS is here to stay. The risks are unknown but one thing is certain: users report positive feedback and the uptake will no doubt continue to grow.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pdi.2216 fatcat:pteowrcj2fbsnka4u6okjrgrge

What helps? Women engineers' accounts of staying on

Dulini Fernando, Laurie Cohen, Joanne Duberley
2018 Human Resource Management Journal  
32 order to fully understand how HRM can influence structures of informal support within organisations.  ...  and late career as over 20 years.  ...  Given that it takes four years to get the chartered status and long periods of training is necessary to specialise, we defined early career as less than 10 years in the industry, mid-career as 10-20 years  ... 
doi:10.1111/1748-8583.12192 fatcat:a5svrvm23reztmanxllmurlufi

Who leaves and who stays? Retention and attrition in engineering education

Elizabeth Godfrey, Tim Aubrey, Robin King
2010 Engineering Education  
From this analysis, groups of students who "persisted over long periods", "switched to another degree" or "withdrew from the university" were identified and interviewed.  ...  Results from a cohort analysis, tracking pathways to completion or noncompletion of the degree for the cohorts from two specific entry years will be presented.  ...  Acknowledgements The project leaders would like to acknowledge the assistance of Peter Antony, for extraction of data for the cohort analysis model, and the Australian Learning and Teaching Council who  ... 
doi:10.11120/ened.2010.05020026 fatcat:pwbq3wockrg2nn2yz7qko237ku

The Lull That Came To Stay

John P. Lewis
1955 Journal of Political Economy  
Bator, “Consumption and Invest ment Propensities: Comment,” American Economi Review, XLITI (March, 1953), 139-41. 20 The linear relationships identified in Chart I are simply freehand estimates.  ...  Moderate declines, however, were rather general, and they persisted for a year or more.  ... 
doi:10.1086/257625 fatcat:q4c3kxjlrzhq3jfimbeec2zqre

How do innovators stay innovative? A longitudinal case analysis

Sven Tuzovic, Jochen Wirtz, Loizos Heracleous
2018 Journal of Services Marketing  
A note on versions: The version presented here may differ from the published version or, version of record, if you wish to cite this item you are advised to consult the publisher's version.  ...  Design/Methodology/Approach -The paper uses a longitudinal case study approach to gain an understanding of what and how Singapore Airlines (SIA) sustained service innovation for over 30 years.  ...  The two research objectives are extremely broad, and the answer to the first one requires a solid theoretical development.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jsm-02-2017-0052 fatcat:53d5zt6ehzdxvcidlyer7ohqxq

Is immunotherapy here to stay in multiple myeloma?

Paula Rodríguez-Otero, Bruno Paiva, Monika Engelhardt, Felipe Prósper, Jesús F. San Miguel
2017 Haematologica  
Interestingly, affinityenhanced T cells showed extended persistence (more than two years in some patients), and MM progression correlated either with a loss of persisting TCR T cells or the appearance  ...  Several trials are ongoing which are evaluating the efficacy of peptide vaccination using different antigens, alone or in combination, such as NY-ESO-1, MAGE-AE, WT-1, and XBP-1, which are broadly expressed  ... 
doi:10.3324/haematol.2016.152504 pmid:28082344 pmcid:PMC5394971 fatcat:nzi2s4dtmvh4pljwgqpfyl7lxi

Five ways to stay green

Howard Thomas, Catherine J. Howarth
2000 Journal of Experimental Botany  
routes photosynthetic productivity of the whole plant is to to the trait are diverse.  ...  In one type of stay-green, measure carbon fixation capacity from birth to death of chlorophyll catabolism is disabled.  ...  The views expressed are not necessarily those of DfID. IGER is sponsored by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jexbot/51.suppl_1.329 pmid:10938840 fatcat:cgqkrlfqdreaddrlqljnmm3w2u

Cardiac regeneration strategies: Staying young at heart

Eldad Tzahor, Kenneth D. Poss
2017 Science  
We apologize to our colleagues in the field for omitted citations of original reports due to restrictions on space and number of references.  ...  E.T. and K.D.P. are supported by a Fondation Leducq Transatlantic Network of Excellence.  ...  which are of interest (2) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.aam5894 pmid:28596337 pmcid:PMC5614484 fatcat:5pt537fiqbhedij2hdqy7t3eom
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