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Martin Guest Editors A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: For the past seven years, ISSUE has benefitted from the support of a person whose name does not appear on the masthead, Dr. Edna Bay. ... Finally, as guest editors we offer this special edition of Issue in the spirit of critical inquiry which, as scholars, we all claim as a hallmark of our vocation. ...doi:10.1017/s004716070000891x fatcat:quc457bevvgevifmdn2uxico6q
First, Larry Nichols, editor of The American Sociologist, has been supportive and helpful from the time that we brought the idea to him-which was a response to his own call for a special issue on RSAs. ... Throughout, we will be brought back again and again to variations on the themes presented at the beginning of this introduction: What is the role of the PSA? Whom does-and should-it serve? ... strategic position to see those changes because he was at the forefront of the movement within the discipline promoting the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), and had just begun his tenure as editor ...doi:10.1007/s12108-014-9234-9 fatcat:6lvwzpvkr5dbdizteshyptgy7a
Since its introduction in 1997, as a result of the work by a group of major computer hardware and software vendors, OpenMP has gained support from the majority of high-performance compiler and hardware ...doi:10.1007/s10766-009-0095-8 fatcat:qoettu3vunhepbymx6rwfm2tfq
Care Health System 2. Family Physician, Christiana Care Health System Throughout history, marginalized communities that are not part of the dominant culture have faced difficulties and challenges. There have been religious, legal, and political forces at work to keep such communities of people on the margins of society through systemic discrimination. The communities of people represented in this issue of the Delaware Journal of Public Health are no different in this regard. Lesbian, gay,doi:10.32481/djph.2019.06.002 pmid:34467033 pmcid:PMC8389758 fatcat:txjxqkhqoragrh23ei56z4cruy
more »... al, transgender/gender non-conforming, queer and others are not well represented in our heteronormative and cisgender normative culture and face daily challenges and barriers to achieving optimal health. These barriers and challenges cause significant health risks for the LGBTQ+ population as seen in national health data (higher suicide rates and lower cancer and preventive health screening rates). Despite this systemic discrimination, the remarkable resiliency of the LGBTQ+ community enables them to thrive in the face of an oftentimes unfriendly welcome in society, and in the institutions that form the foundation of our lives as a larger community. There are many organizations and individuals working to reverse this discrimination and these poor health statistics, and this issue of the DJPH demonstrates the exceptional work many are doing across the state to reverse these trends and support our LGBTQ+ community. Despite the many challenges in providing safe spaces and high quality healthcare for our LGBTQ+ community, the state of Delaware has made great progress in protecting LGBTQ rights, including passing the Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Act of 2013. Healthcare institutions are no different in this regard, and face the reality that transformation and cultural shifts need to occur so that LGBTQ+ identified people and populations are truly welcomed. Without these changes, health disparities will continue to occur, and optimal health will continue to challenge LGBTQ+ identified populations. As we look to the future, it is clear we have work to do to continue to support our LGBTQ+ family, friends, neighbors and patients in their health and well-being. In this journal, we hope to highlight the efforts of those working to bring about this much needed change, to outline some of the successes and challenges this vulnerable population faces in their communities and healthcare environments, and to highlight the importance of providing a safe space for patients, regardless of sexuality or gender identity. We also seek to describe resources currently in place to improve on overall well-being, to describe resources needing improvement or development, and to place this into the larger framework of innovation and transformation happening in society and in healthcare to address the unique needs of LGBTQ+ populations. Strides have been made, but advancements need to continue to occur. As we look to the future to ensure the equitable health and wellbeing for all LGBTQ+ Delawareans, collaboration is essential.
Kazuaki KOJIMA and Tomoko KOJIRI Guest Editors ...doi:10.1186/s41039-015-0009-x fatcat:jkkuwd4prvdd5epbdv6utzsbpa
Maraldo, published by University of Hawai'i Press); and The Journal of Japanese Philosophy, the first and only peer-reviewed journal in Japanese philosophy, was released in 2013 (editor-in-chief: UEHARA ...doi:10.1007/s11712-014-9412-z fatcat:mo5ydeqcabgixke7ceo24667om
Since its introduction in 1997, as a result of the work by a group of major computer hardware and software vendors, OpenMP has gained support from all major high-performance compiler and hardware vendors ... More than a year after the introduction of OpenMP 3.0 there is still much work to do to evolve OpenMP in the new era of multicore parallelism, in terms of programming model definition, its implementation ...doi:10.1007/s10766-010-0141-6 fatcat:nqapfsptszfwlhicsfcphbvuim
Introduction Svetlana Kartashev and Steven Kartashev Dynamic Computer Architecture, Inc. ... ofinput information; (2) increased sophistication and complexity ofreal-time application algorithms, which requires an expansion in spatial concurrency extended to instruction and data streams and the introduction ...doi:10.1109/mc.1986.1663144 fatcat:tnakzjqbtzelphxkqwc7lgr4gq
We are extremely grateful to the Editor-in-Chief of JTAER, Narcisco Cerpa, for giving us the opportunity to put together this Special Issue and believe that by placing RFID into a modern supply chain landscape ...dblp:journals/jtaer/ColtmanGM08 fatcat:bbhfihb575fcjjai3bcbiokweq
We recommend the survey article by the guest editors Eduardo Fermé and Sven Ove Hansson for a detailed and up-to-date account of the history of the AGM programme  . ... We would also like to thank Hans van Ditmarsch and the other editors of the Journal of Philosophical Logic for their extraordinary encouragement and support for this project. ...doi:10.1007/s10992-011-9196-0 fatcat:3uky5ivhjzdapjfdbkwhwiephm
Since its inception in 1991 (Muggleton, 1991) , inductive logic programming (ILP) has been distinguished from other areas of automated inductive learning by its choice of representation language. The representation language for ILP is definite clause logic, as embodied in the logic programming language Prolog. Because of its richness and simple declarative form, definite clause logic is suitable for areas of computer science as diverse as relational databases and graph algorithms, and fordoi:10.1023/a:1007399922151 dblp:journals/ml/MuggletonP97 fatcat:5hvmlp5kh5f57onrelmzbflduq
more »... ation areas as diverse as organic chemistry/molecular biology and natural language. Indeed ILP already has seen successes in these application areas (Bratko & Muggleton, 1995 , Zelle & Mooney, 1996 . As a result of its representation language, ILP brings the theoretical and implementational emphases of logic programming together with the applications-oriented experimental nature of machine learning. Consequently, it has been the aim of ILP researchers to drive their theoretical and impementational work by practical applications, so that theory, implementations, and applications can develop together. This aim was prominent at a 1995 planning meeting for a European Community-wide research effort into ILP, where ILP researchers identified key scientific topics for further research. These topics were chosen specifically because they are critical to further success in major application areas including those mentioned in the first paragraph. The most important scientific topics include issues in learning logical theories (hypotheses) that involve 1. multiple-and mutually-dependent-predicates, 2. nontrivial use of floating point numbers, 3. complex clauses, 4. large and/or complex background theories (initial logical theories provided to a learning algorithm, which the algorithm augments to produce the final theory). Each of the papers in this special issue makes a contribution to work on one or more of these difficult issues.
Because of this, the Guest Editors did not attempt to find authors to fill the significant gaps in the coverage of the field (some of these gaps have been filled by recent and future special issues of ... Alan Robinson, Founding Editor of the Journal. In his preface, Alan recalls the petite histoire of the creation and growth of the Journal. In Logic Programming and Negation: A Survey, K. R. ...doi:10.1016/0743-1066(94)90022-1 fatcat:3a3o4k7rknaxtgivbegahxk7gi
Sadayappan Guest Editors Jor the Special Issue ... Because it is a difficult combinatorial optimization problem, the authors propose the use of graph contraction to reduce Introduction the size of the distribution problem, which can be formulated as a ...doi:10.1007/bf03356756 fatcat:ktxg77iervbjzjbhgbddh4c4xi
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