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Subject index, volume 6, 1992

1992 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning  
Expert systems, [33] [34] [35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [44] [67] [68] [69] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80] [81] [67] [68] [69] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76]  ...  ][386][387][388][133][134][135][136][137][138][139][140][141][142][143][144][145][146][147][148][149] 292 state, 525-533 Fuzzy multicriteria decision making, 45-66 Fuzzy preorder, 525-533 Fuzzy reasoning  ... 
doi:10.1016/0888-613x(92)90005-k fatcat:wvwhdwd5lveateyipkqadi6ms4

Scheduling staff using mixed integer programming

Nicholas Beaumont
1997 European Journal of Operational Research  
Case-based reasoning as a tool for materials selection. Materials and Design, 22:353-358, 2001. [7] J L Arthur and A Ravindran. A multiple objective nurse scheduling model.  ...  International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 19:5-21, 1998. [31] H Fargier. Fuzzy scheduling: Principles and experiments. In Fuzzy Informa- tion Engineering, chapter 39, pages 655-668.  ...  In Advances in Case-Based Reasoning, volume 1168 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 179-192. Springer-Verlag, 1996. [36] E Hüllermeier, D Dubois, and H Prade.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0377-2217(97)00055-6 fatcat:6hdchhhefjbebnen6n5kad3yfy

Page 78 of International Journal of Plant Sciences Vol. 65, Issue 1 [page]

1918 International Journal of Plant Sciences  
Hence these concentrations correspond approximately to a range between 33-7 and 36 atmospheres.  ...  by volume equal to about 41.8 atmospheres; and with 1.40 gm. mol. by volume of KNO,.  ... 

Lost in interpretation: should the highest VC value be used to calculate the FEV1/VC ratio?

Fortis S
2016 International Journal of COPD  
The rest 36% have a nonspecific Pulmonary Function Test pattern.4 Approximately, 15% of patients with this nonspecific PFT pattern develop OVD in follow-up PFTs.4 It is possible that a portion of patients  ...  ratio and misdiagnosis.2 For that reason, American Thoracic Society–European Respiratory Society recommends using SVC or IVC to calculate the FEV1/VC ratio.2 Approximately, 10% of smokers have FEV1% predicted  ...  Back to Journals » International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease » Volume 11 » Issue 1 Lost in interpretation: should the highest VC value be used to calculate the FEV 1 /VC ratio  ... 
doaj:0f82a3dd6cf441f690d145257f585872 fatcat:g5p6zs2gjvgz7lgu625saeq5im

Page 964 of JAMA Internal Medicine Vol. 66, Issue 4 [page]

1940 JAMA Internal Medicine  
They stress the importance of early progressive loss of blood plasma, which may reach 36 per cent within four to six hours with a loss of plasma volume of as high as 55 per cent within twenty four hours  ...  ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE Physiologic disturbances that may occur as a result of intesti: obstruction have been further studied by Gendel and Fine,?'  ... 

Page 36 of The Journal of Finance Vol. 13, Issue 1 [page]

1958 The Journal of Finance  
36 The Journal of Finance enable corporate expansion to continue at the same rate as before. Are there reasons to believe that such a substantial rise in the flow of external funds could occur?  ...  Since a change in corporate policies with respect to profit distribution would affect personal income, it should also have an effect on the volume of external financing.  ... 

Page 326 of International Journal of Experimental Pathology Vol. 36, Issue 3 [page]

1955 International Journal of Experimental Pathology  
The values, however, can only be taken as a reasonable estimate of blood volume for the following reason.  ...  Table I indicates clearly that there is a definite decrease in blood volume in the terminal phase of anthrax infection, and that the decrease is of the order of 25 per cent approximately 14 hr. before  ... 

Contributions to thermodynamics: The specific heat of an ideal gas

J. McQuirg
1954 Journal of Chemical Education  
In the steady state there is no change in the internal energy (U) in this constant-volume section of the pipe; that is, dU = 0.  ...  Unit of No. 87 down 9, 62, 26, 36, 97, 104, 100, 36, 68 <> * CONTRIBUTIONS TO THERMODYNAMICS: THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF AN IDEAL GAS J.  ... 
doi:10.1021/ed031p299 fatcat:laeabdvdyjarvpkwghjrtqk4uy

ASB volume 17 issue 2 Cover and Front matter

1987 ASTIN Bulletin: The Journal of the International Actuarial Association  
The current subscription or back issue price per volume of 2 issues including postage is £19 ($36).  ...  Details concerning submission of manuscripts are given on the inside back cover. MEMBERSHIP ASTIN is a section of the International Actuarial Association (IAA).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0515036100003585 fatcat:lfchvvqghrf4bjovrerw6egul4

Page 299 of Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 31, Issue 6 [page]

1954 Journal of Chemical Education  
In the steady state there is no change in the internal energy (U) in this constant-volume section of the pipe; that is, dU = 0.  ...  Unit of No. 87 down 9, 62, 26, 36, 97, 104, 100, 36, 68 <> * CONTRIBUTIONS TO THERMODYNAMICS: THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF AN IDEAL GAS J.  ... 

Page 565 of International Chemical Engineering Vol. 21, Issue 4 [page]

1981 International Chemical Engineering  
For a reasonably good approximation it is to be expected that the first term in Equation (37) will be consi- derably larger than the second because the latter is made up of members that are approximately  ...  equation for the specific volume v’ = (,(T) of the boiling liquid.  ... 

A Methodology to Construct Approximate Constitutive Equations for Porous Rubber Elastic Materials

G. Perrin
2006 Oil & Gas Science and Technology  
Abstract -A Methodology to Construct Approximate Constitutive Equations for Porous Rubber Elastic Materials -The present paper makes use of methods from theory of ductile fracture, which was developed  ...  Cette approximation constitue le modèle annoncé.  ...  For that reason, in Section 2, we resort to an approximation technique which provides an upper bound approximation of the macroscopic internal energy.  ... 
doi:10.2516/ogst:2006016 fatcat:cffsobbkpbe7xfrhxro655aeaq

Page 242 of The Journal of Cell Biology Vol. 6, Issue 2 [page]

1959 The Journal of Cell Biology  
242 MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE in volume without lysis (17, 6, 7, 36, 37), loss of internal protein (13) or loss of other internal solutes (36, 37).  ...  For these reasons, it was proposed that the mitochondrial semipermeable membrane might be convoluted. .Accordingly, it was suggested that the cristae might represent folds (36).  ... 

Subject index to volume 1, 1987

1987 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning  
32 framework for, 34-36 Quantified statements, possibility distributions from, 36-41 Reasoning about uncertainty, in medical diagnosis, 105-117 with uncertainty, three-layer organization, 73-101  ...  Reasoning with Uncertainty Module (RUM) 94- 95 comparison with existing formalism for rea- soning with uncertainty, 95 Rebuff measuring of, 43-47 under various operations, 47-53 Reduction algorithm  ... 
doi:10.1016/0888-613x(87)90026-0 fatcat:miedrjsesnc6nkyf4dijc4wnne

Page 36 of Annals of Internal Medicine Vol. 28, Issue 1 [page]

1948 Annals of Internal Medicine  
36 ANDREW J. CRUTCHFIELD, JR., AND J. EDWIN WOOD, JR. approximately 2904 c.c. total renal sodium excretion was regularly dimin- ished by a still further increase in urine volume.  ...  If this pattern of urine volume and total. renal sodium excretion seems reason- ably constant for water diuresis then modification of sodium excretion theoretically should follow the administration of  ... 
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