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A close connection between continuous consensus and knowledge is established by showing that in every continuous consensus protocol, the information in the core at any given time must be common knowledge ... Based on the characterization of common knowledge by Moses and Tuttle, it is shown that ConCon is an optimum protocol for continuous consensus, maintaining the most up-to-date core possible at all times ... Section 3 presents the ConCon protocol for continuous consensus and proves its correctness. Section 4 relates continuous consensus to common knowledge. ...doi:10.1007/s00446-007-0049-6 fatcat:k4vzj3vkargc5j2kqbtpsayps4
This relies on health professionals possessing sufficient knowledge about YOD. ... This study aims to establish a consensus among YOD experts about the information that is essential for health professionals to know about YOD. ... The three phases in this study were: (a) identifying key information about young onset dementia, (b) rating agreed knowledge statements, and (c) confirming group consensus via item ratings. ...doi:10.1186/s12913-021-07411-2 pmid:34974838 pmcid:PMC8722147 fatcat:autpqe32gbdw7nenabvtns7izm
In this paper, we continue to investigate such a problem. ... Recently, one sufficient knowledge connectivity condition based on which the FT-CUP problem can be solved with a minimal synchrony assumption was proposed in the literature. ... On the basis of their previous work of  , the authors continued to explore the knowledge connectivity conditions that allow self-organized networks to achieve consensus in spite of process crashes ...doi:10.1109/tdsc.2016.2548460 fatcat:nz4xi6fyindwlbm4kbo37jbz5u
1e sons ccupa- 1en at tently as a ‘o the which f sub- PERCEIVED CONSENSUS AND OCCUPATIONAL CLASSES 71 fessional and white collar workers are more likely to continue in these occupations than are the sons ... Such knowledge is held to be essential in establishing both the “ready calculability” of others’ behavior and the basis for consensus which are so essential to the maintenance of social systems. ...doi:10.2307/2089343 fatcat:lnpyavq4bzdrhh6ninkbl3higq
American Sociological Review
1e sons ccupa- 1en at tently as a ‘o the which f sub- PERCEIVED CONSENSUS AND OCCUPATIONAL CLASSES 71 fessional and white collar workers are more likely to continue in these occupations than are the sons ... Such knowledge is held to be essential in establishing both the “ready calculability” of others’ behavior and the basis for consensus which are so essential to the maintenance of social systems. ...
Expert consensus was achieved for a substantial number of question items regarding knowledge and skills for assessment, condition and treatment items of the questionnaire by experienced critical care physiotherapists ... For each question item to be considered 'essential' or 'not essential', a consensus agreement ≥70% had to be met. ... (continued) Assessment items determined as essentials (consensus >70% 'essential') 2 Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Periodic/intermittent CPAP (non-invasive via mask) including initiation and titration of NIV ...doi:10.7196/ajtccm.2021.v27i3.137 pmid:34761211 pmcid:PMC8573816 fatcat:4otldhhhq5hgzbze3cfsema7fm
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
These initiatives require that knowledge and _ skills common to all specialists in Clinical Pharmacology and 15 ... a common level, an attempt would be made either to resolve the areas of contention and uncertainty and achieve consensus, or to identify the need for, and the shape of, further research. ...
All physiotherapists reported discussing PA at every patient interaction, with 81% employing the current consensus guidelines, compared to 33 and 5% of other HCP, respectively. ... Formal educational opportunities in the form of continuing professional development programmes are warranted for CF HCP to optimize long-term patient management and outcomes. ... Improve HCP knowledge surrounding PA prescription and promotion by developing formal, standardized and accredited continuing professional development (CPD) programmes 3. ...doi:10.1186/s12913-020-05910-2 pmid:33213453 pmcid:PMC7678110 fatcat:fnokb4tgi5gfzfghwajieebgf4
Examples to which this can be applied include set consensus, condition-based consensus, renaming and order-preserving renaming. ... Some of these tasks can be solved significantly faster than the classical simultaneous consensus task. ... In a precise sense, continuous consensus is closely related to the notion of common knowledge. Indeed, all of the facts in the CC core are guaranteed to be common knowledge. ...doi:10.1145/1993806.1993849 dblp:conf/podc/HerlihyMT11 fatcat:klw3mlymd5gbrmvk7gthl2bkve
The average number of correct answers on the knowledge assessment was 2.6 ± 1.2 out of 7 (~37% correct). ... Respondents demonstrated poor knowledge regarding EHS despite years of experience, and over half stating they had previously treated EHS in the field. ... These statements agree an accurate core body temperature via rectal thermometry must be obtained as soon as possible and continuously monitored during the treatment process to accurately diagnose EHS ...doi:10.3390/ijerph18095016 pmid:34068481 fatcat:bmqdc3z4o5gz5ieaw5qsvhatrq
To cope with these shortcomings, we introduce three more tiers: user management with technical profiles, knowledge augmentation via a webboard, and community collaboration via the vote and endorsement ... Our system design addresses three lacks in the traditional ontology development: (1) constructive communication among the relevant stakeholders, (2) consensual endorsement and voting system for concept ... Since these fields sometimes share common knowledge, crosschecking becomes necessary in a large-scale development project. ...dblp:conf/jist/TakhomBISS14 fatcat:njrf3p2t2fa2fpxkiqe6rngihi
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Individual knowledge innovation begins with internalization, via combination, externalization and socialization, which is different from Nonaka's SECI. ... ability of knowledge innovation. ... This study was part of the research project of "Models and Practice of Knowledge Innovation in Online Learning Community" by the grant from the 11th 5-Year Plan for Tianjin Educational Development (C023 ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69736-7_3 fatcat:gp6lhahpqnhsjhji5xud7u2w2u
Common core knowledge and technical and non-technical skills were identified. ... Respiratory clinical guidelines inform ward-based nurses' clinical skills and knowledge required for evidence-based care. ... There were several core areas of knowledge, technical topics and non-technical subjects that were common to many of the guidelines. ...doi:10.1183/20734735.010816 pmid:28210299 pmcid:PMC5298145 fatcat:oc6my3coczgdtjvmu3cwo6btza
More importantly, the use of the consensus definitely enhances the quality of the current profile and helps achieve the common knowledge much faster  . ... The invitation process continued until the consensus quality of either case exceeded 0.7the threshold to establish the credibility of the consensus. ... His research interest focuses on semantic video annotation with consensus-based collaboration, data mining, and machine learning. ...doi:10.19101/ijacr.2017.731001 fatcat:5gjd4cwrjzfrxlhx7yycyty46m
This paper presents a consensus protocol that achieves max-consensus in multiagent systems over wireless channels. ... With this information, the system endowed with the proposed consensus protocol reaches max-consensus in a finite number of steps. ... To the best of our knowledge, no deterministic broadcast protocols for max-consensus have been proposed so far. ...doi:10.1016/j.ifacol.2018.12.031 fatcat:2ys55z2ieng7bbybppvsm7sxmy
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