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Automation, evolution or revolution

Jean-Paul Deschênes
1964 Relations Industrielles - Industrial Relations  
of a technological change, and also because it runs counter to the industrial development which has followed the Industrial Revolution.  ...  man-machine system operates at its optimum point, in such a way as the contribution of capital increases in comparison to the contribution of labour, in the manufacturing of a unit of production.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1021369ar fatcat:noffy6rwbzee3bw67hmoxzz3cm

Attention and Other Constructs: Evolution or Revolution?

Leonard F. Koziol, Lauren A. Barker, Laura Jansons
2015 Applied neuropsychology. Child  
This article provides a review of the construct of attention from a non-traditional standpoint.  ...  Cortical systems are multifunctional, with certain degrees of specialization, but no cortical region or network supports only one, specific, isolated cognitive process, such as attention.  ...  Fan and Posner (2004) developed a three-component model of attention consisting of alerting, orienting functions, and the executive control of attention.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21622965.2015.1005482 pmid:25719389 fatcat:tz242j66p5ayvbzsjqo673ofv4

Revolution or evolution: the challenges of conceptualizing patient and public involvement in a consumerist world

Jonathan Q. Tritter
2009 Health Expectations  
Objective This article proposes a conceptual framework for patient and public involvement (PPI) and goes on to explore the different justifications for involvement and the implications of a rights-based  ...  Across England and the developed world, from Oslo to Ontario, Newcastle to Newquay, giving the public a more direct say in shaping the organization and delivery of healthcare services is central to the  ...  The interests arrayed to promote marketization and re-define involvement as consumerism may limit the evolution of PPI as an integral part of health systems and prompt revolution. The Author.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2009.00564.x pmid:19754691 pmcid:PMC5060496 fatcat:v27yllhjjzakxobq2amblsejq4

Revolution or evolution? An analysis of E-health innovation and impact using a hypercube model

Jen-Her Wu, An-Sheng Huang, Tzyh-Lih Hisa, Hsien-Tang Tsai
2006 International Journal of Electronic Healthcare  
This study utilizes a hypercube innovation model to analyze the changes in both healthcare informatics and medical related delivery processes based on the innovations from Tele-health care, E-health care  ...  Further, the critical impacts of the E-health innovations on the stakeholders: healthcare customers, hospitals, healthcare complementary providers, and healthcare regulators are identified.  ...  Structure of This Thesis The objective of this research is to introduce a revised innovation model on solid foundation of e-commerce research and application, and to help for a deeper understanding of  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeh.2006.008688 pmid:18048232 fatcat:p4vhzbevm5duzkxdlftfbdffwm

The South Korean Green Revolution: Induced or Directed Innovation?

Larry L. Burmeister
1987 Economic development and cultural change  
These theorists ignore a pivotal dimen- sion of state authority that resides in structural attributes of the inter- state system.  ...  Fora theoretical analysis of sovereignty as a structural attribute of the interstate system, see John Gerard Ruggie, ‘‘Continuity and Transformation in the World Polity: Toward a Neorealist Synthesis,’  ... 
doi:10.1086/451621 fatcat:mhljmvsn3ffgbg7cv42b375oay

Why the scientific revolution did not take place in China--or didn't it?

N Sivin
1982 Chinese Science  
that inhibited the evolution of modem science in China, or characteristics unique to the West that made possible or furthered a major scientific revolution. 8 These often incorporate elementary fallacies  ...  A well-known sociological study of astronomy in the last two centuries B.C. explains the failure to develop a "unified scientific system."  ...  There are a total of 507 jottings in Brush Talks from Dream Brook, or 609 including its two sequels.  ... 
pmid:11620861 fatcat:f2dprdadobflxdxxban3y2xqoq

India: Rising Power or a Mere Revolution of Rising Expectations?

Aseema Sinha, Jon P. Dorschner
2010 Polity  
Similar to other ascendant powers such as China and Brazil but unlike smaller powers, India must not only cope with a transformed international system and project the country's global aspirations, but  ...  Yet, despite powerful pressures and opportunities nudging India toward a greater role in the global system, India must also attend to crucial capacity building to mobilize its potential and aspirations  ...  A number of circumstances will likely prevent India from being a full fledged rule-maker or a shaper of the structures of global power.  ... 
doi:10.1057/pol.2009.19 fatcat:ocohv6ruajeghogxxh2g6fiwi4

How to Respond to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or the Second Information Technology Revolution? Dynamic New Combinations between Technology, Market, and Society through Open Innovation

MinHwa Lee, JinHyo Yun, Andreas Pyka, DongKyu Won, Fumio Kodama, Giovanni Schiuma, HangSik Park, Jeonghwan Jeon, KyungBae Park, KwangHo Jung, Min-Ren Yan, SamYoul Lee (+1 others)
2018 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
Furthermore, this brainstorming did not yield final answers to the four research questions; rather, it produced a kind of advanced template to answering them.  ...  The eleven participants answered each of the four questions with individual opinions, and each provided references. Therefore, this research does not have separate literature reviews.  ...  and vocational training and talent development systems, including design and business development competency • Public policy, funding, incubation, accelerator, and tax benefit systemsStructural policy  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc4030021 fatcat:4argxjcf3jgo5n7eaxdphm4n3y

Why the Scientific Revolution did not take place in China -or didn't it?

N. Sivin
1982 East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine  
that inhibited the evolution of modern science in China, or characteristics unique to the West that made possible or furthered a major scientific revolution. 7 These often incorporate elementary fallacies  ...  It meant a redefinition of man's orientation toward the past and the future.  ...  There are a total of 507 jottings in Brush Talks from Dream Brook, or 609 including its two sequels.  ... 
doi:10.1163/26669323-00501006 fatcat:2cgx3spixng6lk5ezxc65wh2nu

Revolution or 30-year fad? A role for I-O psychology in Lean management

William K. Balzer, Michelle H. Brodke, Christopher Kluse, Michael J. Zickar
2019 Industrial and Organizational Psychology  
In this focal article, we provide a working definition of Lean and present examples of Lean's influence. Next, we outline possible reasons to explain I-O psychologists' indifference to Lean.  ...  AbstractLean management and related ideas have had a significant impact on organizations throughout North America and the world.  ...  The "continuous improvement" pillar demands that customer satisfaction and operational methods be benchmarked not against peer or best-in-class comparisons but against perfection to support a culture of  ... 
doi:10.1017/iop.2019.23 fatcat:nckzucbulbfana7fvfimzlhzcq

Software Architecture- Evolution and Evaluation

S Roselin, Dr.Paul Rodrigues
2012 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The growth of various software architectural frameworks and models provides a standard governing structure for different types of organizations.  ...  This paper brings out the history of software architecture with a new evolution tree.  ...  stage. 6) System development methodology: Object oriented method and IAD can be followed here [3] . 7) System modeling Technique: UML, OMG (Model driven Architecture) are used as system modeling techniques  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2012.030814 fatcat:rbb4yyitvzakle64ogac7pykhm

Is There One Best 'Model of Democracy'? Efficiency and Representativeness: 'Theoretical Revolution' or Democratic Dilemma?

Miroslav Novák
1997 Czech Sociological Review  
One element in the choice of a constitutional design or model of democracy is the criterion of efficiency. Different political scientists, however, understand the word 'efficiency' in different ways.  ...  choice and peaceful removal of the rulers, i.e. the executive).  ...  justice, but also by that of effectiveness, and so represents a "theoretical revolution", as Thomas S.  ... 
doi:10.13060/00380288.1997.33.12.01 fatcat:lremcprzw5ewjayu3pvfcl2hei

The Wondrous (Baroque) Gender Revolution, or the Rise and Fall of the Empire of Fairies [chapter]

Luis Gómez Romero, Daniela Carpi, Marett Leiboff
2016 Fables of the Law  
The wondrous (Baroque) gender revolution, or the rise and fall of the empire of fairies' in M. Leiboff & D. Carpi(eds), Fables of the Law: Fairy Tales in a Legal Context (2016) 49-81.  ...  The wondrous (Baroque) gender revolution, or the rise and fall of the empire of fairies Abstract The essay which follows is mainly concerned with how the history of ideas on norms, justice and power is  ...  See Marxism and Literature The Wondrous Gender Revolution, or the Risea nd Fall of the Empireo fF airies means for structuring subversive normative discourses through multiple layers of narrativeand meaning.The  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110496680-004 fatcat:5ouxpk2mgbf3bb7nqkvo5vc3cm

Evolution of Industrial Production and Economic Education in Russia

N.F. Tagirova, E.I. Sumburova, Yu.A. Zherdeva, V. Mantulenko
2019 SHS Web of Conferences  
The research considers evolution of industrial development and the educational policy of Russia of the first third of the 20th century.  ...  The study purpose is to consider transformation of the system of higher business education as a social project of a new erathe era of mass production, mass labor and mass education.  ...  Acknowledgments This study thanks the support given by Russian Found for Basic Research (RFBR) and the Government of Samara Region to the project № 18-49-630008 "Experience of social design in the sphere  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20196212003 fatcat:qwruujhm3zhr7p7mqsv2lhcjay

Data handling techniques, evolutions or revolutions?

Etienne AUGE
2001 Proceedings of International Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics — PoS(hep2001)   unpublished
The gigantic size of their data sets forces all present and future collaborations in experimental High Energy Physics to use efficient tools to access these data, and to carefully design the structure  ...  of the data sets and the organization of their processing.  ...  Helft and RD Schaffer for their comments on the manuscript, and the organizers for this very interesting and perfectly organized conference.  ... 
doi:10.22323/1.007.0295 fatcat:ztw4eug4mjfq3ah3bairuz3m4e
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