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The Application Scenarios of Smart Construction Objects (SCOs) in Construction [chapter]

Yuhan Niu, Weisheng Lu, Diandian Liu
2016 Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate  
Therefore, to meet the challenge in construction industry, Smart Construction Object (SCO) is introduced as a way to embed "intelligence" into construction recourses in order to assist construction management  ...  The research starts from a brief review of recent developments of smart technology in different industrial sectors including construction.  ...  A scenario-based pilot study of SCO is under development. The working cases with SCO application details are envisaged to be presented in future studies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-10-0855-9_86 fatcat:p5b4wgbrubd57b3l2fdgtktwqe

An outline of data management in clinical research

Sunmeet Matkar, Ajit Gangawane
2017 International Journal of Clinical Trials  
Several practices in CDM including CRF annotation, case report form (CRF) designing, data extraction, data entry, data validation, database designing, database locking, discrepancy management and medical  ...  Several studies suggest that such data helps in extreme reduction in time from drug development processes to the marketing stage.  ...  In e-CRF based clinical research studies, data validation process will be running on frequent mode to identify discrepancies in the data.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2349-3259.ijct20170302 fatcat:7n5thxfmi5cm7bh3rimasr7ra4

Augmented Reality for Future Research Opportunities and Challenges in the Shipbuilding Industry: A Literature Review

David Gustavo Molina Vargas, Kavin Kathiresh Vijayan, Ola Jon Mork
2020 Procedia Manufacturing  
This paper reviews peer-reviewed empirical studies on AR in relation to the shipbuilding industry and examines the state of current research on the topic, presenting various concrete AR applications in  ...  At present, learning factories aim to implement this technology into diverse industrial cases and applications.  ...  A typical case of assembly discrepancies and a feasible solution using IAR has been studied for pipe layout planning inside offshore structures [13] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.04.063 fatcat:id7rrngqszdc5hk4fhpxxm67ge

Evaluating a Usability Inspection Technique by means of Industry Case Studies

Marcos Gomes, Horácio A.B.F. de Oliveira, Tayana Conte
2013 CLEI Electronic Journal  
Industry case studies are required to assess the suitability of a software technology to the industrial environment.  ...  Therefore, this paper presents two case studies carried out in partnership with two companies of an Industrial Park, in order to evaluate and improve the WDP-RT (Web Design Perspectives-Based Inspection  ...  Acknowledgements We want to thank all participants of the case studies, specially FabriQ Informática Ltda., Trópico Telecomunicações S.A. and PRODAM S.A.  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.16.1.7 fatcat:6oruev4dargszjkiocs5mzuzoq

Deployment of Information Communication Technology for Teaching and Learning Engineering Technological Skills: A Case of National Polytechnics in Kenya

Mutai Cheruiyot Daniel
2021 European Journal of Education and Pedagogy  
in the use of computers.  ...  The purpose of this study was to establish the status of integration of ICT in teaching and learning of practical engineering concepts in National Polytechnics in Kenya.  ...  This discrepancy in training has forced industry to retrain them or alternatively set up training department within the industry to train their own technicians.  ... 
doi:10.24018/ejedu.2021.2.3.82 fatcat:lb3rmvl5inau3gei4xvfzbxkjq

Operationalization of the UFuRT methodology for usability analysis in the clinical research data management domain

Meredith Nahm, Jiajie Zhang
2009 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
We demonstrate this process in an evaluation of differences in usability between a spreadsheet program (MicrosoftÒ Excel) and a commercially available clinical research data management system (Phase Forward  ...  spreadsheets remain widely employed in clinical research data management (CRDM).  ...  The authors also wish to thank Anthony Doll for his work in the graphic design of Fig. 3 , and Jonathan McCall for editorial assistance with this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2008.10.004 pmid:19026765 pmcid:PMC2737809 fatcat:pw7sw7eagje4varml2n4wqzbhy

Determining personnel promotion policies in HEI

Rocio de la Torre, Amaia Lusa, Manuel Mateo, El-Houssaine Aghezzaf
2017 Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization  
The model is applied to a real case, in which several analyses are performed under different scenarios characterized by possible trends in the available budget and the demand.  ...  The results address the performance of the proposed model in achieving the preferable structure and also on how promotions --and associated expenditures--, are for young researchers and experienced personnel  ...  Case study.  ... 
doi:10.3934/jimo.2019031 fatcat:cgai5gpvwjgmbkbfipcikv7o5u

Options in dairy data management

W G Etherington, M L Kinsel, W E Marsh
1995 Canadian veterinary journal  
A review of the literature indicates that an increasing number of producers, veterinarians, and other dairy industry service personnel are using computers and dairy herd management software in the delivery  ...  This will decrease transfer time and cost of information exchange between dairy herd managers and support industries.  ...  This will decrease transfer time and cost of information exchange between dairy herd managers and support industries. 1-800-567-2862 (in Canada) or (613) 236-1162  ... 
pmid:7859210 pmcid:PMC1687225 fatcat:554abnn6d5gq7l4ayrd2xykayi

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2005 IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing  
The article presents a cross-case comparison of experiences from organizational adoption and use of e-collaboration technologies in two large global companies.  ...  Clients' preferences for co-located project operations served as a potential barrier to the very concept of global e-collaboration.  ...  With GVTs becoming increasingly widespread in different industries, the GVT research is also expanding beyond these experimental academic settings to include field studies of GVTs in industrial settings  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpc.2004.843300 fatcat:mo2v4zpz3nhgzko2hbipfkj2uy

Limb reconstruction in a resource-limited environment

Nando Ferreira, Sanjeev Sabharwal, Gamal Ahmed Hosny, Hemant Sharma, Ashok Johari, Vasudevan P. Nandalan, Mauro Vivas, Mangal Parihar, Selvadurai Nayagam, David Ferguson, Jan Duedal Rölfing
2021 SICOT-J  
Finally, case examples are presented to demonstrate the choice of surgical implants, their availability in regions with limited resources, and how the universal principles of limb reconstruction can be  ...  The presented cases highlight (1) fixator-assisted wound closure obliviating the need for plastic surgery, (2) open bone transport, and (3) hinged Ilizarov frames for correction of severe deformities.  ...  We thank SICOT for its commitment to free education and learning opportunities, such as the SICOT PIONEER webinar series.  ... 
doi:10.1051/sicotj/2021066 pmid:34981739 pmcid:PMC8725545 fatcat:d4omppycoffxhd5ovguivmaxjm

'Engineered' University-Industry Collaboration: A Social Capital Perspective

Omar Al-Tabbaa, Samuel Ankrah
2018 European Management Review  
We address these two gaps by investigating the idiosyncrasy of SC in five case studies of the Faraday Partnership Initiative, a UK public-sponsored programme designed to enhance cross-sector technology  ...  As key contributions, we develop a conceptual framework that explains how social capital facilitates technology transfer in engineered UIC.  ...  However, there was a need to balance the scope of the case study research with the cases accessibility and project manageability (Eriksson and Kovalainen, 2016) , in the view of the geographic spread  ... 
doi:10.1111/emre.12174 fatcat:snliudr5rzcklbboan64gv373m

Key Factors in Performance Appraisal for R&D Organizations : The Case of the Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan

CHI SHENG HSU, ZON YAU LEE, CHINTAY SHIH, HSIAO CHENG YU, CHIH YOUNG HUNG, GWO HSIUNG TZENG
2004 International journal of biomedical soft computing and human sciences  
T7ie put7)ose ofthis stucij) is to use an AHP method to identij5・' the kely fociors for cmpraising the peabrmance of an R&D organiration, in this case the industrial 7lechnotogy Research lnstitute (I71Rny  ...  TViis mix accounts for the tack qt'a eommon model or mechanism qfLuzpraisat to help management teams in either meeting institutional goals or enhancing R&D pe(fbrmance.  ...  study seeks to create a powerfu1 tool to assist internal management in objective performance assessment which this study suggested through the use of DEA.  ... 
doi:10.24466/ijbschs.10.1-2_19 fatcat:xh4kko5wercvbntabgsdxacu2u

Lecture at the 27th Conference of the Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management

Naoto KOBAYASHI, Motoyuki AKAMATSU
2013 Synthesiology English edition  
Audience Isn't there a discrepancy between the self-evaluation of the researchers and the external evaluation by the industries that use the results?  ...  Kobayashi We believe it is important to accumulate case studies.  ... 
doi:10.5571/syntheng.6.129 fatcat:q7xxvchqjbemdk625e76jjwski

"We Work as a Team Really": Gender Homophily on Australian Cotton Farms

Dale MacKrell
2005 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
The study is informed through a theoretical framework of structuration theory as a metatheory for probing the recursiveness of farm management and technology usage, and diffusion of innovations theory  ...  This paper is based on an ongoing study that looks at farm management practices by Australian women cotton growers using farm management software, most particularly an agricultural decision support system  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank her PhD supervisors, Dr Sue Nielsen and Dr Don Kerr from Griffith University and Dr Mike Bange from the CSIRO.  ... 
doi:10.28945/812 fatcat:hhcbiuwbsjg2dnievgna54kt4u

Evaluating the impact of strategic personnel policies using a MILP model: The public university case

Rocio De la Torre, Amaia Lusa, Manuel Mateo
2016 Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management  
This paper adopts a formalized procedure developed by the authors in previous works, and exploits it to assess the impact of various personnel policies in the staff planning for a particular university  ...  Purpose: The main purpose of the paper is to evaluate the impact of diverse personnel policies around personnel promotion in the design of the strategic staff plan for a public university.  ...  Their data is adopted in this paper as a case study (see Section 5).  ... 
doi:10.3926/jiem.2085 fatcat:bicmosqnmbeg3lwpn7zrcbyrwa
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