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Built environment changes and active transport to school among adolescents: BEATS Natural Experiment Study protocol

Sandra Mandic, Debbie Hopkins, Enrique García Bengoechea, Antoni Moore, Susan Sandretto, Kirsten Coppell, Christina Ergler, Michael Keall, Anna Rolleston, Gavin Kidd, Gordon Wilson, John C Spence
2020 BMJ Open  
Natural experiments are considered a priority for examining causal associations between the built environment (BE) and physical activity (PA) because the randomised controlled trial design is rarely feasible  ...  60 km/ hour beyond that area.  ...  Transport infrastructure: State Highway 1, a major highway running the length of NZ, passes through Dunedin on two one-way streets with a 50 km/hour speed limit through the Central Business District, and  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034899 pmid:32213522 pmcid:PMC7170613 fatcat:uk6c5nyamfgwpdsibu5j73f55e

How to decide on regional infrastructure to achieve intra-regional acceptability and inter-regional consensus?*

Jonas Westin, Joel P. Franklin, Sofia Grahn-Voorneveld, Stef Proost
2012 Papers in Regional Science  
3.45 minutes. • The proposed bypass is 1.3 km which, at 50 km/hour, takes 1.56 minutes, a savings of 1.89 minutes. • The value of time for all travelers is 164 SEK/hour (16.4 €/hour), suggesting that  ...  We make the following additional assumptions, based on the benefit-cost analysis by the Swedish Road Administration (2002) : • The existing local road has a distance of 2.3 km which, at 40 km/hour, takes  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1435-5957.2012.00445.x fatcat:aitqac7d2zfi3erk4onwrbja7i

Quantum Technology for Military Applications [article]

Michal Krelina
2021 arXiv   pre-print
That means the usual star network topology and infrastructure can start to be built.  ...  For example, the marine-grade inertial navigation (for ships, submarines and spacecraft) has a drift 1.8 km/day and navigation grade (for military aircraft) has a drift 1.5 km/hour [204] .  ...  Authors' contributions As the sole author of the manuscript, MK conceived, designed and performed the analysis and review, and wrote the paper.  ... 
arXiv:2103.12548v2 fatcat:wfoyemxkvzgg5pbt6btzkl4jjy

COOPERATIVE AND MULTI-CHANNEL ENERGY-BASED SENSING IN THE VEHICULAR ENVIRONMENT: ON THE MINIMUM TIME TO SENSE

Dusan Borota
unpublished
Thesis Director: Professor Predrag Spasojevic Vehicular networking has significant potential to enable diverse range of applications, including safety and convenience.  ...  We focus on NTSC TV spectrum and show how using energy-based ML channel occupancy detector of three adjacent NTSC channels, with transmit power of 1 kW, at 10 km distance from transmitter, with power variance  ...  For example, taking that f c = 600 MHz then At = 0, 000251 1 v [sec] if velocity is given in km/hour. This shows that each car speed has its own coherence time.  ... 
fatcat:hi22bojd6bfixmj4sr5i343mqy

12th Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems

2004 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to give special thanks to Patrice Guillard for his support during the phase of the MatLab GPS simulator design, to Abdelahad Benhallam from Ecole Nationale d'Aviation  ...  Average carrier speed was 60 km/hour. The results of the Russian INS (ITC-2) kinematic tests for vertical determination are shown on Fig. 4 .  ...  The implementation of such a filter, however, would be sensitive to network topology and training strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2004.1346941 fatcat:z6zxudmnzbfgziagfqln3emo5y

The 18th Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems

2011 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to give special thanks to Patrice Guillard for his support during the phase of the MatLab GPS simulator design, to Abdelahad Benhallam from Ecole Nationale d'Aviation  ...  Average carrier speed was 60 km/hour. The results of the Russian INS (ITC-2) kinematic tests for vertical determination are shown on Fig. 4 .  ...  The implementation of such a filter, however, would be sensitive to network topology and training strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2011.6070282 fatcat:6bww25yu4fcmtoszue6f3mc7im

The 18th saint petersburg international conference on integrated navigation systems

2010 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to give special thanks to Patrice Guillard for his support during the phase of the MatLab GPS simulator design, to Abdelahad Benhallam from Ecole Nationale d'Aviation  ...  Average carrier speed was 60 km/hour. The results of the Russian INS (ITC-2) kinematic tests for vertical determination are shown on Fig. 4 .  ...  The implementation of such a filter, however, would be sensitive to network topology and training strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2010.5638804 fatcat:5fa2imjo4naavfgcdaju6lswvi

13th Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems

M. Grishina
2006 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to give special thanks to Patrice Guillard for his support during the phase of the MatLab GPS simulator design, to Abdelahad Benhallam from Ecole Nationale d'Aviation  ...  Average carrier speed was 60 km/hour. The results of the Russian INS (ITC-2) kinematic tests for vertical determination are shown on Fig. 4 .  ...  The implementation of such a filter, however, would be sensitive to network topology and training strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2006.1705169 fatcat:xzwrwxgqvbgbjgudu75rvy7oui

An ontology-based methodology for geospatial data integration

Juan Xia He, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2013
Furthermore, a working integration prototype is designed to facilitate the integration of geospatial data in the North American context given the semantic and schema heterogeneities in international Canadian-US  ...  a maximum of 180 km/hour.  ...  The network dataset was modeled with single model transportation, connectivity only at end-points of road segments, global turns were utilized (which are right, left at intersections), and network cost  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-12681 fatcat:6ax3jy2vgrcmfkbbz4nmsd6pnq

Extended follow-up and spatial analysis of the American Cancer Society study linking particulate air pollution and mortality

Daniel Krewski, Michael Jerrett, Richard T Burnett, Renjun Ma, Edward Hughes, Yuanli Shi, Michelle C Turner, C Arden Pope, George Thurston, Eugenia E Calle, Michael J Thun, Bernie Beckerman (+9 others)
2009 Research report (Health Effects Institute)  
In contrast to previous analyses that did not directly include ecologic covariates at the ZCA scale, risk estimates increased when ecologic covariates were included at all scales.  ...  Effects were mildly lower when unemployment at the ZCA scale was included.  ...  Huixia Jiang for providing programming support, Lorraine Craig for editorial assistance, and Dan Crouse, Karen King, and Richard Hamilton for assistance with statistical analyses, cartography, and graphic design  ... 
pmid:19627030 fatcat:vsrwc4b3gzcj7cql7d6x7nu4bm

Massively Parallel Associative String Processor (ASP) for High Energy Physics [article]

G Vesztergombi
1995
Tracking and clustering algorithms for massively parallel string processor are presented and their implementation on the ASTRA machine is demonstrated. millions of active electronic channels at the necessary  ...  /hour = 40 m/sec.  ...  This could be constructed so as to implement a n y general purpose network topology (e.g. cross-bar, mesh/torus or binary n-cube) or application specic topology ( e.g. shue, exchange or buttery) to enable  ... 
doi:10.5170/cern-1995-001.235 fatcat:rpatsncwfzf3bagf4pgn4xwdaa

Adjunct Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Location-Based Services

S.N.
2019
Acknowledgement This research is funded by ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG (owner, constructor and operator of the Austrian railway network) and BMVIT (Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology)  ...  The freeway traffic flow was aggregated by its raw speeds [km/hour] measured by the Bluetooth sensors in time-windows of size 1 minute.  ...  Paper presented at the Proceedings of 22nd international cartographic conference Dao THD, Thill JC (2018) Three-dimensional indoor network accessibility auditing for floor plan design.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-177490 fatcat:7sducyxtabg6lppdu4pgap7sre

Design and Performance Evaluation of Service Discovery Protocols for Vehicular Networks

Kaouther Abrougui, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2011
In this thesis, we focus on the design of bandwidth-efficient and scalable service discovery protocols for Vehicular Networks.  ...  These states of the art technologies are expected to pave the way for a plethora of vehicular network applications.  ...  They designed the Vehicular Information Transfer Protocol (VITP) for distributed services over a vehicular network.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-4839 fatcat:xdq5ulukb5evxgfvhocviskqq4

The city transforms: changing perceptions of urban identity:(case study - the path of remembrance and comradeship in Ljubljana)

Stephen Philip Diskin
2008
But due to my friendship with an architect and artist like myself, Kyong Park, we initiated the idea that it's very important to look at the Western Balkans, as the region is called today.  ...  With head in the clouds and feet on the ground (see the da Vinci-inspired illustration earlier in this chapter) -usually without realizing it, people can be walking at 5 km/hour on foot while also moving  ...  (Watts, 2003:27) This means that in the future, as the science of networks develops, perhaps new forms of democratic participation in cities can go beyond voting, the present method by which citizens  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-4038 fatcat:n2vbqocdz5ephhpe5clmss72sy
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