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Telemedical System "Pulmotel-2010" for Monitoring Patients with Chronic Pulmonary Diseases

Adam Polak, Grzegorz Głomb, Tomasz Guszkowski, Ireneusz Jabłoński, Bogdan Kasprzak, Janusz Pękala, Andrzej Stępień, Zbigniew Świerczyński, Janusz Mroczka
2010 Metrology and Measurement Systems  
Telemedical systems, a sort of distributed measurement systems, are used for continuous or periodic monitoring of human vital signals in the environment of living.  ...  This paper describes the design and technical realization of a telemedical system that has been developed as a platform suitable for monitoring patients with chronic pulmonary diseases and fitted to Polish  ...  The interrupter technique allows the determination of the so-called interrupter resistance [28] , covering mainly airway resistance (strongly dependent on the airway calibre, substantially reduced e.g  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10178-010-0044-2 fatcat:wjvqbyv2rrej5bwxerovm2gsva

Demystifying Blockchain Technology for Resource-Constrained IoT Devices: Parameters, Challenges and Future Perspective

Inna Romashkova, Mikhail Komarov, Aleksandr Ometov
2021 IEEE Access  
One of the most promising enablers for the secure distributed operation of the Internet of Things (IoT) systems could be based on a mathematical construct widely known as blockchain that aims to neglect  ...  Critical solutions to address the integration bottlenecks include moving from Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Distributed Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus, adding a Fog overlay to the architecture model, and leveraging  ...  The technology also allows digital interactions to be recorded to perform them safely, controlled, transparent, efficient, and interruption-resistant.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3112228 fatcat:6inaldq4xbd2xhc5lh7segdsem

The Scope and Importance of Human Interruption in Human-Computer Interaction Design

Daniel C. McFarlane, Kara A. Latorella
2002 Human-Computer Interaction  
Interruptions are disruptive and people need to concentrate to make good decisions.  ...  However, successful job performance also frequently depends on people's abilities to (a) constantly monitor their dynamically changing information environments, (b) collaborate and communicate with other  ...  searchable archive of alert messages; and (g) provide "interrupt-resistant" UI support to reduce the errors caused by human interruption.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327051hci1701_1 fatcat:avj4xfr4crfxjhk34vecegaoly

Integration of IoT and Blockchain to in the Processes of a University Campus

William Villegas-Ch, Xavier Palacios-Pacheco, Milton Román-Cañizares
2020 Sustainability  
These results lead to improving processes and making better decisions that improve the services available at the university.  ...  This information is processed in cloud computing models and Big Data architectures that obtain knowledge through data analysis.  ...  These systems interact with members of the campus through applications that have interfaces that allow the user to make any request and the event is stored in a distributed database.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12124970 fatcat:atemzdvogbdulk4ygvnbz5dzpu

If it moves, simulate it!

Andrew Neureuther
2008 Optical Microlithography XXI  
In the last 35 years modeling of projection printing has undergone many paradigm shifts in physical models, computational engines, algorithms and opportunities.  ...  The trigger event for the first quantitative positive resist Dill model was the development and application of automated thin-film measurement equipment.  ...  This research project has been partly funded by the Feature Level Compensation and Control grant, a UC discovery project supported in part by the following companies: Advanced Micro Devices, Applied Materials  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.782310 fatcat:ae7yffgipfc4pee7jwsod2pya4

Cognitive Constructivism and the Epistemic Significance of Sharp Statistical Hypotheses in Natural Sciences [article]

J.M. Stern
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We believe that this alternative perspective, complementary to the one ofered by decision theory, can provide powerful insights and make pertinent contributions in the context of scientific research.  ...  This book presents our case in defense of a constructivist epistemological framework and the use of compatible statistical theory and inference tools.  ...  The idea that statistics is all about making forecasts based on probabilistic models of 'reality' provides a unified approach to the subject.  ... 
arXiv:1006.5471v8 fatcat:v375ybolz5bkbe6ordmjnnulhi

Asthma: 2015 and Beyond

T. R. Myers, L. Tomasio
2011 Respiratory care  
brief review of educational approaches.  ...  Asthma is a multifactorial, chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. The knowledge that asthma is an inflammatory disorder has become a core fundamental in the definition of asthma.  ...  a focus on incentivized approaches between healthcare financing to quality and outcomes • Multifaceted approaches in a disease-management model to study the effect of performance-based care on closing  ... 
doi:10.4187/respcare.01334 pmid:21944687 fatcat:ite3lsh6ozg33grmjsazsgtsc4

Index [chapter]

2012 Kendig & Chernick's Disorders of the Respiratory Tract in Children  
impact, 90 phases, 90, 123 relaxation phase, 90 timing, importance, 123 Cough-variant asthma, 703-704 Counterimmunoelectrophoreses (CIE), 860-861 Count median diameter (CMD), 285 Crack cocaine users  ...  resistance, sex-specific reference equations, 191f Expiratory limb, nitrogen concentration (integration), 213 Expiratory losses, minimization, 294 Expiratory muscles contraction, coughing phase,  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-4377-1984-0.00084-x fatcat:efdudvz7yvglzjjigmky4mqbsu

Role of Electronic Banking on Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Ethiopia

Solomon Worku
2016
A successful bank in presenting good services to clients and gaining profit is the one using new banking tools.  ...  allowed a company to achieve greater scale in its operations which generally improved its profitability.  ...  Technology acceptance model User acceptance remains a barrier to the success of new information technologies (IT).  ... 
doi:10.20372/nadre/6866 fatcat:5mye7hqt5vgb5facjdwqucvhc4

EFFECT OF E-BANKING ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: A CASE OF SELECTED COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ARBA MINCH CITY

ADISU BOGALE KITANIBO
2018
was made based on the data collected from 98 respondents.  ...  All of these seven independent variables make 83.6% of the contributions for customer satisfaction in the Private and public commercial banks under Arba Minch city branches.  ...  A POS terminal manages the selling process by a salesperson accessible interface. The same system allows the creation and printing of the receipt.  ... 
doi:10.20372/nadre:1554185465.19 fatcat:njvu3dq2zzfqlpplhhwcadituq

Opportunities and Challenges in the Adoption of E-Banking Services: The Case of Dashen Bank S.C

Abebe Zeleke
2016
The study examined opportunities and challenges within the context of Dashen Bank's E-banking services using a combination of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Technology- Organization – Environmental  ...  Based on the statistical analysis, perceived usefulness was found to have significant effect on adoption of E-banking services in Dashen Bank.  ...  The concurrent triangulation approach is probably the most familiar of the major mixed method models.  ... 
doi:10.20372/nadre/8230 fatcat:ermhbiz4gfa6lbj5zhxcddi5fa

Abstracts

2004 Journal of Cystic Fibrosis  
Men with CF have a normal testicular function and sperm production, but 99% of CF males are infertile due to atresiayobstruction of the vas deferens.  ...  Patients expressed little worry that the fact that they had CF would affect their children in a negative way and they did not believe that the disease would influence their possibility of being good parents  ...  These cell lines form tight junctions and grow on an airyliquid interface, making them more a physiological relevant model.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcf.2004.03.001 fatcat:4j5izkduf5hf3ciyj2vte3hqdm

Measurement of lung mechanics during spontaneous tidal breathing in out-patient care [article]

Sarah Howe, University Of Canterbury
2020
This thesis develops a novel, model-based lung function test, and an associated test- ing device, all designed for use in monitoring outpatients with chronic respiratory disease.  ...  These mechanics could provide a true and potentially more accurate assessment of lung condition.  ...  Small airsacs called alveoli make up the blood-gas interface in the lungs.  ... 
doi:10.26021/1116 fatcat:c6bcckoukfhsldysv4245geqxy