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CPR: Classifier-Projection Regularization for Continual Learning [article]

Sungmin Cha, Hsiang Hsu, Taebaek Hwang, Flavio P. Calmon, Taesup Moon
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a general, yet simple patch that can be applied to existing regularization-based continual learning methods called classifier-projection regularization (CPR).  ...  By applying the Pythagorean theorem for KL divergence, we then prove that this projection may (in theory) improve the performance of continual learning methods.  ...  CLASSIFIER PROJECTION REGULARIZATION FOR CONTINUAL LEARNING Regularization-based continual learning Typical regularization-based CL methods attach a regularization term that penalizes the deviation of  ... 
arXiv:2006.07326v2 fatcat:mnjqc2ynxvgnbeg3yqk7lcqrwu

To see or not to see: does video CPR perform better than telephone CPR?

A Ghuysen, A Delfosse, S Stipulante, A Donneau, V D'Orio
2014 Critical Care  
Conclusion When CDs are missing it can be extremely stressful for the staff involved. Those who have access to CDs may feel unfairly scrutinised and the potential for false accusation exists.  ...  The Limpet drug cabinet alarm: technology for safer drug stewardship [abstract and poster presentation].  ...  Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30. References Acknowledgement Supported by EC 81/00469.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13677 pmcid:PMC4069543 fatcat:zc3zhlvj3ze4rhumi4iytnxgbu

Microsourcing -- using information technology to create unexpected work relationships and entrepreneurial opportunities

Lorie Obal
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 ACM SIGMIS CPR conference on computer personnel research Forty four years of computer personnel research: achievements, challenges & the future - SIGMIS CPR '06  
The appearance of brokers to facilitate microsourcing suggests that entrepreneurs perceive there is a demand for these arrangements.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author would like to thank Professor Terry Ryan of Claremont Graduate University for his support of this research and Professor Robert Judge of San Diego State University for his critiques  ...  It was surprising to learn how intense and time consuming the initial management process can be.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1125170.1125191 dblp:conf/sigcpr/Obal06 fatcat:mtqemrpcy5czrb62jf6arubtcm

Utilizing a Wristband to Detect the Quality of a Performed CPR

Basel Kikhia, Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences, Centre for eHealth, University of Agder, Grimstad, Norway, Andrey Boytsov, Alejandro Sanchez Guinea, Andreas Prinz
2019 Journal of Advances in Information Technology  
This paper compares multiple machine learning models on top of the extracted features, with L1-regularized logistic regression producing the best results.  ...  This paper proposes and evaluates a method for detecting CPR quality using the sensors available in most smartwatch devices: accelerometers and gyroscope.  ...  Logistic regression (L1 regularization with a strength of 100) has shown the best performance among the chosen machine-learning methods.  ... 
doi:10.12720/jait.10.4.123-130 fatcat:pbrwgldhc5dqdkmkceegqop42a

CPR decision-making conversations in the UK: an integrative review

Charlie C Hall, Jean Lugton, Juliet Anne Spiller, Emma Carduff
2018 BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care  
In terms of quality, 11 papers were classified as high quality and 8 were of moderate quality. No papers were classified as having poor quality.  ...  It Review Box 1 Continued Andrew Waters vs East Kent Hospitals NHS trust (2015) Doctors from the East Kent Hospitals NHS trust placed a DNACPR order for this 53-year-old man, citing reasons for the  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjspcare-2018-001526 pmid:30108041 fatcat:wbgf3hxg7barfjwlo57wqsoxhm

Recreating the feel of the human chest in a CPR manikin via programmable pneumatic damping

Andrew A. Stanley, Simon K. Healey, Matthew R. Maltese, Katherine J. Kuchenbecker
2012 2012 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS)  
We hypothesize that individuals with experience performing CPR on humans would perceive a manikin with damping as more realistic and better for training.  ...  We hypothesize that individuals with experience performing CPR on humans would perceive a manikin with damping as more realistic and better for training.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank Michael Boyle, Nihar Dharamsey, and Nihar Naik for helping create an earlier prototype of the manikin; Dana Niles and Vinay Nadkarni for sharing their expertise on CPR  ... 
doi:10.1109/haptic.2012.6183767 dblp:conf/haptics/StanleyHMK12 fatcat:nx4dvt56azh5vlgikbh3ugocr4

Effectiveness of the Family and Friends CPR course in learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation in relatives of patients with high cardiovascular risk or who have suffered a cardiovascular event

Bruno Enzo Vargas-Sánchez, Faculty of Medicine, Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University, Lima, Peru, Miluska Madeleine Salazar-Arteaga, Aida Del Carmen Rotta-Rotta, Roy Germán Dueñas-Carbajal, Faculty of Medicine, Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University, Lima, Peru, Faculty of Medicine, Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University, Lima, Peru, Faculty of Medicine, Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University, Lima, Peru
2021 Iberoamerican journal of medicine  
For this reason, teaching CPR is especially important in relatives of patients with high cardiovascular risk.  ...  Conclusions: The Family and Friends CPR course was effective in the theoretical and practical learning of CPR in the studied population, and was sustained one month after the intervention.  ...  The intervention used for this research included a teaching module called "Only-Hands CPR in adults and AED", but also has optional learning modules such as "CPR with ventilation in adults", so that participants  ... 
doi:10.53986/ibjm.2021.0049 fatcat:nlvoapyxire6tjatbvdacucafy

ACM SIGMIS CPR Panel Report: Should Information Systems Professors be More Techno-savvy than Students? (And What Would that Mean for Teaching in Times of the COVID-19 Crisis?)

Yaojie Li, Department of Management & Marketing Columbus State University, Craig Van Slyke, Thomas Ferratt, Michael Gallivan, Thomas Stafford, Mary Sumner, Department of Computer Information Systems Louisiana Tech University, Department of MIS, OM, & Decision Sciences University of Dayton, School of Public Policy Georgia Institute of Technology, Department of Computer Information Systems Louisiana Tech University, Department of Computer Management & IS Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville
2021 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Furthermore, students may feel frustrated when techno-savvy professors cannot efficiently teach them in learning technologies.  ...  Technology continuously changes; thus, as IS faculty members or IS professionals, we can never complete our learning, which has implications for techno-savviness.  ...  team project.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.04844 fatcat:djfbtqv5qrgwflls2edpdxn2ae

Quality of continuous chest compressions performed for one or two minutes

R Gianotto-Oliveira, G Gianotto-Oliveira, MM Gonzalez, AP Quilici, FP Andrade, CB Vianna, S Timerman
2015 Clinics  
The quality of continuous chest compressions by lay rescuers is superior when it is performed for one minute rather than for two minutes, independent of the body mass index or regular physical activity  ...  A comparison of continuous chest compressions performed for one and two minutes, respectively, showed that there were significant differences in the average rate of compressions per minute (121 vs. 124  ...  Because CCC-CPR does not include ventilation, it is easier to learn and remember than conventional CPR; thus, it is especially useful for lay people (1, 12, 13) .  ... 
doi:10.6061/clinics/2015(03)07 pmid:26017650 pmcid:PMC4449479 fatcat:adnmtcyfiverhmxgcmtaapzxoi

Computer-supported collaborative work and its application to software engineering

Janet Bailey, Kathleen Swigger, Michael Vanecek
1995 Proceedings of the 1995 ACM SIGCPR conference on Supporting teams, groups, and learning inside and outside the IS function reinventing IS - SIGCPR '95  
Desire for continued use of Notes Expert panel a.  ...  tool on a regular basis.  ...  Search for patterns within process and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/212490.213720 dblp:conf/sigcpr/BaileySV95 fatcat:774uqsxrpvhezapsxsmhpwuvsu

Gamifying Autonomous CPR Training

Isabel Santos, Carla Sa-Couto, Pedro Vieira-Marques
2019 2019 14th Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI)   unpublished
In this study 33 articles were reviewed and classified to identify the main characteristics regarding serious games and CPR learning.  ...  I decided to accept this study, because I believe it is an asset for everyone to learn how to perform the CPR technique in away much more interesting.  ... 
doi:10.23919/cisti.2019.8760731 fatcat:f5tquu44jvewdazfl3xqdvud7a

Keep Me in the Loop: Real-Time Feedback with Multimodal Data

Daniele Di Mitri, Jan Schneider, Hendrik Drachsler
2021 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
multimodal data and (3) a field study on real-time feedback for CPR training.  ...  AbstractThis paper describes the CPR Tutor, a real-time multimodal feedback system for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the project partners of Interreg Euregion Meuse-Rhine project SafePAT  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-021-00281-z fatcat:jhckdeqmvfh5zbiys5gym4a75m

Optimization of End-to-End Convolutional Neural Networks for Analysis of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Rhythms during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Irena Jekova, Vessela Krasteva
2021 Sensors  
High performance of the shock advisory analysis of the electrocardiogram (ECG) during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is important for better management of  ...  CNN3-CC-ECG's ability to effectively extract features from raw ECG signals during CPR was comprehensively demonstrated, and the dependency on the CPR corruption level in ECG was tested.  ...  classifiers [29, 38, 40] for analysis of cardiac arrest rhythms during CPR.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21124105 fatcat:2y4jcpudybep3mthjtir7sh2uq

EEG-Based Prediction of the Recovery of Carotid Blood Flow during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in a Swine Model

Heejin Kim, Ki Hong Kim, Ki Jeong Hong, Yunseo Ku, Sang Do Shin, Hee Chan Kim
2021 Sensors  
An automated CBF classifier derived from non-invasive EEG is feasible as a potential indicator of the CBF recovery during CPR in a VF swine model.  ...  The most significant 10 EEG parameters in the time, frequency and entropy domains were determined by neighborhood component analysis and Student's t-test for discriminating high- or low-CBF recovery with  ...  For all models, 5-fold cross validated classifiers were created.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21113650 pmid:34073915 fatcat:pzvaqf5kwjhndf7coq4zwwmccu

Short lessons in basic life support improve self-assurance in performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Mario Kobras
2016 World Journal of Emergency Medicine  
CONCLUSION: Short lessons in CPR have an impact on the self-assurance of medical and non-medical personnel.  ...  METHODS: Following a 12-month period of CPR training, questionnaires were distributed to participants and non-participants.  ...  Due to the positive feedback of participants the training has been continued on a regular basis at Regiokliniken till today.  ... 
doi:10.5847/wjem.j.1920-8642.2016.04.003 pmid:27942341 pmcid:PMC5143308 fatcat:zsucrhf7hbfb3badcbo4bmgttm
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