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Results of the NFIRAOS RTC trade study

Jean-Pierre Véran, Corinne Boyer, Brent L. Ellerbroek, Luc Gilles, Glen Herriot, Daniel A. Kerley, Zoran Ljusic, Eric A. McVeigh, Robert Prior, Malcolm Smith, Lianqi Wang, Enrico Marchetti (+2 others)
2014 Adaptive Optics Systems IV  
This paper reports on a recent trade study to evaluate which current technology could meet this challenge, with the plan to select a baseline architecture by the beginning of NFIRAOS construction in 2014  ...  With two large deformable mirrors with a total of more than 7000 actuators that need to be driven from the measurements of six 60x60 LGS WFSs (total 1.23Mpixels) at 800Hz with a latency of less than one  ...  Trade study criteria description The trade study criteria are summarized in Table 1 and Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2057323 fatcat:iwyrx6kicvasve47jjo5ye3xni

Integration of FHIR to Facilitate Electronic Case Reporting: Results from a Pilot Study

Brian E Dixon, David E Taylor, Myung Choi, Michael Riley, Trey Schneider, Jon Duke
2019 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
To test the feasibility of a standards-based application designed to automate STI case information collection and reporting, we conducted a pilot study where electronic laboratory messages triggered a  ...  Ninad Mishra and Greg Pierce for their guidance in this work.  ...  Acknowledgements The research reported in this publication was supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti190362 pmid:31438062 fatcat:ftn47i6uwbap7avfjnpki3saty

Hubble Space Telescope pointing control system design improvement study results

Angelia P. Bukley
1995 Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics  
Based on the results of the studies, much was learned re- garding the design of controllers using advanced modern control methodologies on a real-world problem.  ...  It should be noted that no format was specified for presentation of the results from the study, making direct comparisons of the modern control methods difficult.  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.21369 fatcat:jwhvowirkjeermofytddj6yjzi

Female Leadership in Software Projects—A Preliminary Result on Leadership Style and Project Context Factors [chapter]

Anh Nguyen-Duc, Soudabeh Khodambashi, Jon Atle Gulla, John Krogstie, Pekka Abrahamsson
2017 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
The study was conducted as a longitudinal multiple case study. Data was collected from survey, interviews, observation and project reports.  ...  Although studies about gender and leadership are rich, research focusing on engineering-specific activities, are scarce.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to express our appreciation for Katja Abrahamsson, Francesco Valerio Gianni, Simone Mora, and Juhani Risku for participating in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-65208-5_11 fatcat:5jfgkdqsmbcyjidh3zlk3cwjy4

An Artificial Intelligence-Based Tool for Data Analysis and Prognosis in Cancer Patients: Results from the Clarify Study

María Torrente, Pedro A. Sousa, Roberto Hernández, Mariola Blanco, Virginia Calvo, Ana Collazo, Gracinda R. Guerreiro, Beatriz Núñez, Joao Pimentao, Juan Cristóbal Sánchez, Manuel Campos, Luca Costabello (+4 others)
2022 Cancers  
The goal of this study is to present an AI-based solution tool for cancer patients data analysis that assists clinicians in identifying the clinical factors associated with poor prognosis, relapse and  ...  Conclusion: Overall, the reconstruction of the population's risk profile for the cancer-specific predictive model was achieved and proved useful in clinical practice using artificial intelligence.  ...  consistent with modern distributed systems architecture principles (Figure 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/cancers14164041 pmid:36011034 pmcid:PMC9406336 fatcat:bhsjn3h5pzeovoonexswpbzrhm

Knowledge Worker Roles and Actions-Results of Two Empirical Studies

Wolfgang Reinhardt, Benedikt Schmidt, Peter Sloep, Hendrik Drachsler
2011 Knowledge and Process Management  
The empirical data in this paper comes from two studies. In the Task Execution Study 20, a knowledge worker had to carry out a selection of prepared tasks.  ...  The paper shows that the sampled users take on all identified knowledge worker roles, and that the knowledge work actions can be recognized in the sensor data from the first study.  ...  The participants of both the task execution study and the KWRQ mainly had a research background, and thus the results of the studies presented are probably not simply transferable to other knowledge work  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.378 fatcat:ssfmckpqzba3vi6fminm373ptq

Analytic turnaround time study for integrated reporting of pathology results on electronic medical records using the Illuminate system

Tawfik O, Jacobus D, Zhang D, Rarick J, Karnik T, Li Y
2016 Journal of Modern Human Pathology  
A major hindrance in timely reporting Journal of Modern Human Pathology Original research Tawfik O et al., J Mod Hum Pathol. 2016, 1(5):39-43 http://dx.  ...  While the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) is increasing throughout the country, very little is publicized about their impact on clinical practices in pathology laboratories.  ...  reported in this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.14312/2397-6845.2016-7 fatcat:2mxkglnj4rd2pltqbpj7s6pn3i

What Do Policymakers Want From Us? Results of a Survey of Current and Former Senior National Security Decision Makers

Paul C. Avey, Michael C. Desch
2013 International Studies Quarterly  
But our results call into question the direct relevance to policymakers of the most scientific approaches to international relations.  ...  Political Scientist Richard Betts attributes their demise within the social science disciplines to changes which have "driven area studies out of fashion" in the name of becoming more scientific (Betts  ...  Apparently, the theory/policy gap is not the result of ignorance on the part of academics about what is useful to policymakers, but rather must be driven by something else, perhaps professional incentives  ... 
doi:10.1111/isqu.12111 fatcat:ycxqw6v5qbczblolpi4hioevja

Real-life use of diagnostic biopsies before treatment of kidney cancer: results from a Norwegian population-based study

Christian Beisland, Tom B. Johannesen, Lars Anders R. Reisæter, Karin M. Hjelle
2017 Scandinavian journal of urology  
Contrast-enhanced imaging with CT and MRI constitutes the basic modalities today, although intravenous urography, venography and angiography are seldom used in modern practice.  ...  We are not able to answer this, but the causes of deaths reported in our study coincide with results from other studies [212] .  ...  Multivariate analysis To identify predictors of TDM following KC surgery, several factors were entered into a multivariate logistic regression model ( Discussion This study confirms the predictive ability  ... 
doi:10.1080/21681805.2017.1385032 pmid:29249179 fatcat:7knexc6y3zbz5nl5d7jrwbwwlq

Establishing a Core Health Record; A Case Study from Norwegian Healthcare [chapter]

Eli Larsen, Gunnar Ellingsen
2012 From Research to Practice in the Design of Cooperative Systems: Results and Open Challenges  
Authorities in Norway have since 1997 formulated strategic plans for ICT in healthcare, striving to obtain seamless care and funding in varying degree have been allocated in order to achieve results.  ...  The study adheres to an interpretive research approach. Empirical data was collected through project participation, document studies, interviews and observations.  ...  Theory Modern professional and scientific practices, including healthcare, practices always include artifacts, architectures, paper, machines, systems etc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4093-1_1 dblp:conf/coop/LarsenE12 fatcat:jlsyeurmvbhjjldlvzqshd5vd4

Use of Centre for Disease Control criteria to classify infections in critically ill patients: results from an interobserver agreement study

PMC Klein Klouwenberg, DSY Ong, LD Bos, FM de Beer, MA Huson, M Straat, LA van Vught, L Wieske, J Horn, MJ Schultz, T van der Poll, MJM Bonten (+1 others)
2012 Critical Care  
Methods: For core model development, 30 septic patients were studied for time-related progression in relation to biomarkers, employing a Load Model in a neural net algorithm in MatLab.  ...  Results: At onset of sepsis, human bacterial load estimates ranged from between 10 8 and 10 11 CFU, which is consistent with inocula in animal models of sepsis.  ...  Acknowledgements: This study was supported by grants from the National Science Council, Taiwan. Acknowledgements: The authors thank the PCSM Team.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc11715 pmcid:PMC3504829 fatcat:2pwmnpfwkjcohb5j6kwpsxlsqq

Applicability of Machine Learning Architectural Patterns in Vehicle Architecture: A Case Study

Vasilii Mosin, Darko Durisic, Miroslaw Staron
2021 European Conference on Software Architecture  
We study the software architecture of a modern car product line based on existing patterns and workshops with software architects.  ...  The goal of this case study is to document experiences of which of the emerging ML architectural patterns are used in modern cars already, which are planned for the future and how they are used.  ...  In order to understand how this is done in practice, we conducted a case study of the modern software architecture in a car line that is intended for the market in the near future.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecsa/MosinDS21 fatcat:wjl4vtl65raqxeliyhb5e5axwm

Model-Driven Load and Performance Test Engineering in DynaMod

Eike Schulz, Wilhelm Hasselbring, André van Hoorn, Holger Knoche
2014 Softwaretechnik-Trends  
This paper presents the approach for obtaining representative workload models from production systems that has been developed in the DynaMod project for model-driven software modernization.  ...  Employing model-driven techniques [7] , these models are transformed into architectural models and executable artifacts of the modernized system.  ...  The approach was developed as part of our DynaMod project for model-driven software modernization [8] , which is depicted in Figure 1 .  ... 
dblp:journals/stt/SchulzHHK14 fatcat:32nqj2pewvh7bahgk6d6dkcv4u

Development of the tax administration in Russia: Results and prospects

G. A. Borshchevski, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation, N. Z. Mossaki, Federal Tax Service of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation, Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
2021 Journal of Tax Reform  
The study aims to identify the milestone events in the development of the tax administration in post-Soviet Russia and to offer recommendations for its further improvement.  ...  We found that in the given period, there was an increase in the correspondence between the goals of the tax administration and the goals of the tax system.  ...  (see FN 36).165 The study estimated only losses resulting from reduced tax incomes on interests and dividends.  ... 
doi:10.15826/jtr.2021.7.2.093 fatcat:ry5hbdclpzdohg6so4kzyswe4y

SAIP Track Papers

2022 2022 IEEE 19th International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C)  
She also demonstrated how to use them in practice, and in combination with Domain Driven Design (DDD). C.  ...  INTRODUCTION This year's Software Architecture in Practice track was a practice focused event inspired by successful practitioneroriented conferences like SATURN.  ...  What are the pillars and is there a best practice? Two answers in advance: A holistic architecture approach like Domain-driven Design and methodical guidance like the "Domain-from-Legacy" canvas.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsa-c54293.2022.00007 fatcat:cqagthejaje2zlxi5fgryik5ca
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