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The GAP project: GPU applications for High Level Trigger and Medical Imaging

Matteo Bauce, Andrea Messina, Marco Rescigno, Stefano Giagu, Gianluca Lamanna, Massimiliano Fiorini
In this paper we focus on the application of GPUs in asynchronous trigger systems, employed for the high level trigger of LHC experiments.  ...  In this paper we focus on the application of GPUs in asynchronous trigger systems, employed for the high level trigger of LHC experiments.  ...  All procedures for MC simulations are realized in OpenCL and are optimized for execution on GPUs.  ... 
doi:10.3204/desy-proc-2014-05/1 fatcat:itmpu5ru3vex5oamv4ldjuja3y

Village Voices: Lessons about Processes for Disease Prevention from a Qualitative Study of Family Health Leaders in a Community in Northeastern Thailand

D Jongudomkarn, P Singhawara, C Macduff
2015 Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention  
. iii) Gentle growth: making the first step and treading gently; and iv) Respect, Redemption, Rehabilitation: valuing the person to re-integrate them in the village society.  ...  Results: Four main themes were identified, namely: i) Family first: role modeling beginning at the personal and family level. ii) Local leverage: using village community forums to reduce alcohol drinking  ...  Alcohol is an integral part of a number of cultural events and local traditions, but unfortunately over-consumption can be a problem at such events and this is often associated with violence.  ... 
doi:10.7314/apjcp.2015.16.10.4401 fatcat:jxzfsrxdkvcwjfvqljctjhusmm

Socio-Sonic: An ethnographic methodology for electroacoustic composition

Tullis Rennie
2014 Organised Sound  
A brief consideration of the soundscape-acousmatic continuum with reference to works by Luc Ferrari, Denis Smalley and Hildegard Westerkamp is followed by a combined summation of ethnographic, soundscape  ...  Parallels are highlighted between the practices of ethnographic study and soundscape composition, illustrated with the work of Steve Feld and the World Soundscape Project.  ...  equipmenta megaphone combined with a small, insufficient microphone and amplifier.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355771814000053 fatcat:mo77jo5hknhd5lajwcgqu5fdfe

The Success and Failure of New Rice Fieldprint Program in Mentawai Island Regency

Ridwan, Nusyirwan Effendi, Faidil Tanjung, Aswawi Asmawi
2019 International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology  
This research used a combination method of concurrent embedded strategy, which was to combine qualitative and quantitative methods simultaneously.  ...  This was the reason why this research was implemented, which was to identify and to explain the aspects related to the success and the failure in achieving the New Rice Fieldprint in the district of the  ...  This research used a combination method of concurrent embedded strategy, which combined qualitative and quantitative methods simultaneously/ together, but the quality of each process was different.  ... 
doi:10.18517/ijaseit.9.6.9723 fatcat:syvec3owmrfpvnjpuupmnebwmu

Fourteen Years of Software Engineering at ETH Zurich [article]

Bertrand Meyer
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Our work, summarized here, covered a wide range of theoretical and practi-cal topics, with object technology in the Eiffel method as the unifying thread .  ...  The idea behind bringing the Event-B project to ETH was to combine B and particularly its powerful prover with object-oriented development.  ...  In May of 2004 I gave an invited talk at a software engineering conference hosted by Siemens in its main site in Munich.  ... 
arXiv:1712.05078v2 fatcat:g4z4x7gn3zdmvpc7uaan55mw24

D2.1 – RURITAGE methodology for Community based Heritage Management and Planning (CHMP)

Perello Michelle, Lopez Murcia Javier, De Luca Claudia, Tondelli Simona, Avagnina Beatrice, Heirman Katrien
2020 Zenodo  
and an operative programme to co-develop heritage-led regeneration strategies in rural areas.  ...  The ambition of this Methodology for Community based Heritage Management and Planning -CHMP- is to provide not just project partners, but all potentially interested rural areas, with a theoretical background  ...  Then have another session to fill the gaps by inviting everyone to read whatever they want of the documents and select the pieces that seem to have the most relevance and benefit to focal tread of the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4604820 fatcat:cf3kwvlgtnfcpb6yilvhkux5em

Self-regulation and medical direction

Peter O'Meara, Gary Wingrove, Michael McKeage
2018 International Journal of Health Governance  
In contrast, other comparable countries employ paramedic self-regulatory systems combined with clinical governance to achieve the same ends.  ...  Findings -Participants identified three themes: first, resourcing, regulatory frameworks and fragmentation; second, independent practice facilitators and barriers; and third, paramedic roles and professionalisation  ...  Local investigators invited paramedics and paramedic managers to participate.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijhg-02-2018-0006 fatcat:xxq6xyfczvdxxfnyus5cvr75rm

Participation, representation, and shared experiences of women scholars in biological anthropology

Trudy R. Turner, Robin M. Bernstein, Andrea B. Taylor, Abigail Asangba, Traci Bekelman, Jennifer Danzy Cramer, Sarah Elton, Katerina Harvati, Erin Marie Williams-Hatala, Laurie Kauffman, Emily Middleton, Joan Richtsmeier (+5 others)
2018 American Journal of Physical Anthropology  
We find that over the past 20 years, the percentage of women first authors of invited symposia talks has increased, particularly in the sub-disciplines of bioarchaeology, genetics, and paleoanthropology  ...  The percentage of women first authors on contributed talks and posters has also increased.  ...  In skeletal and dental biology, invited talks by women fluctuated between 10% and 40% between 1996 and 2005, and in 2007 and 2010 leveled out at 40% ( Figure 1F ) (see also Appendix D).  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajpa.23386 pmid:29380882 fatcat:p4ftjvubjzfdxfd4o5do5jm27u

From divergent evolution to witting cross-fertilisation: the need for more awareness of potential inter-discursive communication regarding students' extended historical writing

James Edward Carroll
2017 Curriculum Journal  
Furthermore, two concurrent but largely disconnected discourses have developed and promulgated initiatives relevant to students' extended historical writing: 'genre theorists' and the 'history teachers  ...  Despite certain goals held in common participants in the two discourses have tended to talk past one another with concomitant issues in resourcing.  ...  Acknowledgments Many thanks to my PhD supervisor Christine Counsell for her time, support, and guidance. Thanks also to my advisor Liz Taylor for her comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585176.2017.1308261 fatcat:6m2iv5xkbrhlhpgggphpwv63ge

Tutor and student assessments of academic writing tutorials: What is "success"?

Terese Thonus
2002 Assessing Writing: An International Journal  
However, many studies of tutorial effectiveness lack adequate analyses of tutorial talk and of both student and tutor interpretations of behavior and outcomes.  ...  This study characterizes successful writing tutorials by employing a hybrid methodology, interactional sociolinguistics, combining conversation-analytic and ethnographic techniques.  ...  I acknowledge the guidance and inspiration of my committee -Albert Valdman, Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, Samuel Obeng, and Ray Smith -and the staff of the Campuswide Writing Program and Writing Tutorial Services  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1075-2935(03)00002-3 fatcat:3iapef5xofatdj3h5i7feuax4i

Enhanced psychological care in cardiac rehabilitation services for patients with new-onset depression: the CADENCE feasibility study and pilot RCT

Suzanne H Richards, John L Campbell, Christopher Dickens, Rob Anderson, Manish Gandhi, Andy Gibson, David Kessler, Luke Knight, Willem Kuyken, David A Richards, Rod S Taylor, Katrina Turner (+5 others)
2018 Health Technology Assessment  
Main outcome measures Measures at baseline, and at the 5- (feasibility and pilot) and 8-month follow-ups (pilot only).  ...  Process measures related to cardiac team and patient recruitment, and participant retention.  ...  We also thank the members of our TSC (Glynn Lewis, Gill Furze, Ron Grant, Sally Kerry, Paul Lanham and Ann Rogers) for their critical review and insightful comments, which were both timely and important  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta22300 pmid:29856312 fatcat:nfqn5gf3qzhslam57ey3ixxl3y

Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium

Tae Hong Park, James Harley
2009 Computer Music Journal  
Participants were invited to "bring sounds, sound-makers and all of their friends."  ...  The path tread here is likely to be similar to many through their first experiences with music and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2009.33.1.73 fatcat:apjpkerhlfbjnigfeq4p7nztcq


Shahram Izadi, Harry Brignull, Tom Rodden, Yvonne Rogers, Mia Underwood
2003 Proceedings of the 16th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '03  
Our central idea is that the sharing and exchange of information occurs across public surfaces that users can easily access and interact with.  ...  To this end, we designed and implemented Dynamo, a communal multiuser interactive surface.  ...  supported (both concurrently and asynchronously).  ... 
doi:10.1145/964696.964714 dblp:conf/uist/IzadiBRRU03 fatcat:4z4omvuodjfy7aqyihlrxgu3my

ANIMA D2.8 – Critical review of policy and practice in other noise-affected sectors

Fabio Galatioto, James Ferguson-Moore, Dirk Schreckenberg, Stephan Großarth, Rui Roosien
2019 Zenodo  
railways; Construction; Industry, mainly wind turbines/farms); and Domestic and leisure activities.  ...  strategies. 10 case-studies across the other sector noise spectrum have been analysed in depth, and key messages and lessons learnt have been extracted and discussed in a dedicated section.  ...  However, due to the fact that there were also some apartments above the complex, the sound pressure level had to be kept under control.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3046853 fatcat:ct3ag7pecnckzkcbkprdpkmivu

The Grounded Theory Method [chapter]

David L. Rennie
2006 Qualitative Research Methods for Psychologists  
Because it pulled too many events in my life together in some fairly-I mean, I sometimes do get impatient when [the therapist] is talking because I want to get on to something that I can relate to and  ...  Data gathering and analysis proceed concurrently and are interactive, the activities being guided by considerations of the phenomenon of interest.  ...  Throughout the course of his career, he has produced 60 publications, including a book on counseling and two co-edited books on the application of qualitative research methods and methodologies to the  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012088470-4/50006-5 fatcat:nr37jff2gbcnbjx5wfbzqqhqiu
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