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AND KELSEY, Exercises in General Chemistry. The Macmillan Company, 1950. ... New York: The Macmillan Com- pany, 1950. 396 p. $3.00. ...doi:10.1002/sce.3730340524 fatcat:fwknqicibzacliv55f2wmkvm5m
New York: The Macmillan Com- pany, 1951. 328 p. $4.00. This is a revised edition of a book first published in 1940.. The revision represents the complete rewriting of the original text. ...doi:10.1002/sce.3730360540 fatcat:q7drlvbt7nf4nesk52cpnh2ao4
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1940. 156 p. $2.00. ... New York: The Macmillan Company, 1940. 152 p. $1.00. This manual has been written to accompany Fundamentals of Chemistry and Applications. ...doi:10.1002/sce.3730240730 fatcat:vpgv3scu2bfjjey5hunuqbw4ju
The Classical Review
KELSEY. Pp. x + 396. New York : The Macmillan Company. 1911. ...doi:10.1017/s0009840x00047478 fatcat:fp676edrwzesxjfrlajyuaic7y
Topic models have been extensively used to organize and interpret the contents of large, unstructured corpora of text documents. Although topic models often perform well on traditional training vs. test set evaluations, it is often the case that the results of a topic model do not align with human interpretation. This interpretability fallacy is largely due to the unsupervised nature of topic models, which prohibits any user guidance on the results of a model. In this paper, we introduce aarXiv:1706.05084v2 fatcat:m7xfrkogubeozkprcwvsrjiala
more »... supervised method called topic supervised non-negative matrix factorization (TS-NMF) that enables the user to provide labeled example documents to promote the discovery of more meaningful semantic structure of a corpus. In this way, the results of TS-NMF better match the intuition and desired labeling of the user. The core of TS-NMF relies on solving a non-convex optimization problem for which we derive an iterative algorithm that is shown to be monotonic and convergent to a local optimum. We demonstrate the practical utility of TS-NMF on the Reuters and PubMed corpora, and find that TS-NMF is especially useful for conceptual or broad topics, where topic key terms are not well understood. Although identifying an optimal latent structure for the data is not a primary objective of the proposed approach, we find that TS-NMF achieves higher weighted Jaccard similarity scores than the contemporary methods, (unsupervised) NMF and latent Dirichlet allocation, at supervision rates as low as 10% to 20%.
Kate Kelsey Staples W est Virginia Univ ersity ...doi:10.17077/1536-8742.1010 fatcat:i5psmr5lvndwhk3ajq5q2twoa4
New York: Macmillan Company, 1912. Some time ago there was published in THE ANNALs a review of a volume on&dquo; Fieredity and Selection in Sociology,&dquo; by Dr. ...doi:10.1177/000271621304700133 fatcat:a34fsujgabao3f5t722e5hgcwu
CARL KELSEY. Reinsch, Paul S. (Ed.). Readings on American State Government. Pp. vi, 473. Price, $2.25. Boston: Ginn & Co., I9II. ... New York: Macmillan Company, I9I0. A few years ago I had the opportunity of making mention in this book department of a volume by Dr. Reid, &dquo;Principles of Heredity. ...doi:10.1177/000271621103800338 fatcat:3v4ar2hev5gl7hyjkysfxalpwq
Stokes CARL KELSEY. at Bobst Library, New York University on July 15, 2015 ann.sagepub.com Downloaded from ... New York: Macmillan Company, 1911. This is a posthumous work of Dr. Herter who was Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Columbia University. SCOTT NEARING. University of Pennsylvania. ...doi:10.1177/000271621204100144 fatcat:qd3cfbejzvcwvp3y2vt4n3p4qe
KELSEY. Haverford, Pa., BRYCE, JAMES. South America, Observations and Impressions. Pp. 611. Price, $2.50. New York: Macmillan Company, 1912. The announcement that Mr. ... New York: Macmillan Company, 1912. at MOUNT ALLISON UNIV on June 14, 2015 ann.sagepub.com Downloaded from ...doi:10.1177/000271621304500118 fatcat:igyboyd7xvfipcpam2pwjy5jw4
CARL KELSEY. ... New York: Macmillan Company. ...doi:10.1177/000271621304600136 fatcat:7hbz2uljlzfnxfp7jsqczn6cjm
New York: The Macmillan Company, I907. University of Pennsylvania.Durland, Kellogg. The Red Reign. Pp. xxv, 533. Price, $2.00. New CARL KELSEY. ...doi:10.1177/000271620803100228 fatcat:gpz5ja45ojc3xjnn633ndhendy
To me it has proven one of the most attractive of recent European books CARL KELSEY. Mr. ... New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916. 1h.ny things indicate that man is essentially a gregarious animal. &dquo; 1. He intolerant and fearful of solitude, mental or physical.... 2. ...doi:10.1177/000271621706900148 fatcat:pvtinil3pfhxjdkq33sqgdhbny
Price $5, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1914. at The University of Auckland Library on May 19, 2015 ann.sagepub.com Downloaded from ...doi:10.1177/000271621505800165 fatcat:d5ujz3gg2nczjpnw4r5awkizxi
Gels are a drug delivery platform that is being evaluated for application of active pharmaceutical ingredients, termed microbicides, that act topically against vaginal and rectal mucosal infection by sexually transmitted HIV. Despite success in one Phase IIb trial of a vaginal gel delivering tenofovir, problems of user adherence to designed gel application scheduling have compromised results in two other trials. The microbicides field is responding to this dilemma by expanding behavioraldoi:10.1016/j.ces.2016.05.015 pmid:28042165 pmcid:PMC5193484 fatcat:inr7kbdh7bbabde37js4d2udj4
more »... s of the determinants of adherence while simultaneously improving the pharmacological, biochemical, and biophysical analyses of the determinants of microbicide drug delivery. The intent is to combine results of these two complementary perspectives on microbicide performance and epidemiological success to create an improved product design paradigm. Central to both user sensory perceptions and preferences, key factors that underlie adherence, and to vaginal gel mucosal drug delivery, that underlies anti-HIV efficacy, are gel properties (e.g. rheology) and volume. The specific engineering problem to be solved here is to develop a model for how gel rheology and volume, interacting with loaded drug concentration, govern the transport of the microbicide drug tenofovir into the vaginal mucosa to its stromal layer. These are factors that can be controlled in microbicide gel design. The analysis here builds upon our current understanding of vaginal gel deployment and drug delivery, incorporating key features of the gel's environment, the vaginal canal, fluid production and subsequent gel dilution, and vaginal wall elasticity. These have not previously been included in the modeling of drug delivery. We consider the microbicide drug tenofovir, which is the drug most completely studied for gels: in vitro, in animal studies in vivo, and in human clinical trials with both vaginal or rectal gel application. Our goal is to contribute to improved biophysical and pharmacological understanding of gel functionality, providing a computational tool that can be used in future vaginal microbicide gel design.
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