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Virtual memory, processes, and sharing in MULTICS

Robert C. Daley, Jack B. Dennis
1968 Communications of the ACM  
Link data is private data of its process because whether P is linked to D[x for process c~ is entirely independent of whether the same is true for any other process.  ... 
doi:10.1145/363095.363139 fatcat:2c43owht3vhtzcnajttibrzoqa

Random phase encoding of composite fully complex filters

Laurence G. Hassebrook, Robert W. Cohn, Minhua Liang, Michael E. Lhamon, Raymond C. Daley
1996 Optics Letters  
The random phase offsets are added to the phases c i of the desired full-complex modulation to complete the encoding.  ... 
doi:10.1364/ol.21.000272 pmid:19865376 fatcat:i5ruywo6ujh7ncbgxxpzqeh3vi

Connotative Interpretations of Sexuality-Related Terms

Virginia J. Noland, Ellen M. Daley, Judy C. Drolet, Joyce V. Fetro, Kelli R. McCormack Brown, Coleen D. Hassell, Robert J. McDermott
2004 Sex Roles  
doi:10.1007/s11199-004-5462-8 fatcat:nygc3hmh4vajzmd7wxjaetlj4q

Virtual memory, processes, and sharing in Multics

Robert C. Daley, Jack B. Dennis
1967 Proceedings of the ACM symposium on Operating System Principles - SOSP '67  
Link data is private data of its process because whether P is linked to D[x for process c~ is entirely independent of whether the same is true for any other process.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800001.811668 fatcat:aiimy5b2tbbqvaxuu6s765mhjm

A novel immunogenic CS1-specific peptide inducing antigen-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes targeting multiple myeloma

Jooeun Bae, Weihua Song, Robert Smith, John Daley, Yu-Tzu Tai, Kenneth C. Anderson, Nikhil C. Munshi
2012 British Journal of Haematology  
Nikhil C. Munshi, P50-100007, PO1-78378 and PO1155258 to Dr. Nikhil C. Munshi and Dr. Kenneth C. Anderson and RO1-50947 to Dr. Kenneth C. Anderson. Dr.  ...  Plates were incubated for 4 h at 37°C, 5% CO 2 .  ...  Louis, MO), diluted in AIM-V medium (Gibco-Life Technologies), and stored at −140°C until needed.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2141.2012.09111.x pmid:22533610 pmcid:PMC3819168 fatcat:bp3qtdi7b5co7htwljouu5jguy

Identification of novel estrogen receptor α antagonists

Dalei Shao, Thomas J Berrodin, Eric Manas, Diane Hauze, Robert Powers, Ashok Bapat, Daniel Gonder, Richard C Winneker, Donald E Frail
2004 Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology  
The supernatant was aliquoted and stored at −80 • C.  ...  (c) Cross activity of ERI-5 and ERI-7 on ER␤ and PR in SEIA assay.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsbmb.2004.01.007 pmid:15145444 fatcat:j2s2iav5szcixiwks7txj4ac44

Qualitative study of barriers to clinical trial retention in adults with recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes

Catherine Henshall, Parth Narendran, Robert C Andrews, Amanda Daley, Keith A Stokes, Amy Kennedy, Sheila Greenfield
2018 BMJ Open  
Objectives Regular physical exercise may preserve β cell function in newly diagnosed adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D). However, clinical trials to test this theory require the recruitment and retention of adults with new-onset T1D, which can be challenging. We sought to determine the overall experiences of newly diagnosed adults with T1D in an exercise study, to understand issues that influence the retention of trial participants in such studies. Design Qualitative methodology using individual
more » ... faceto-face (n=6) and telephone interviews (n=14). Interview transcripts were thematically analysed using the framework method. setting The study took place at five participating UK hospitals. Participants Twenty participants, aged 19-55 years, in the Exercise for Type 1 Diabetes study were interviewed to explore their study experiences and identify motivators and deterrents towards the study. Participants in control and intervention arms were interviewed, as were people with T1D who had completed (n=16) and withdrawn (n=4). results Participants revealed barriers and facilitators to retention; the majority were generalisable to clinical trials of people with newly diagnosed T1D. Coming to terms with a diagnosis of T1D, lack of time, work pressures, level of health professional support, volume, clarity and consistency of information and feedback and a desire for knowledge about their condition were all cited as influencing factors to trial retention. Conclusions To our knowledge, this is the first qualitative study to examine the experience of being involved in an exercise trial by people with T1D. Findings suggest appointments could be shorter, available outside of working hours and planned longer in advance; study information should be clear, consistent and in electronic and paper formats; questionnaires need minimising; healthcare support and feedback needs providing regularly; thought is required around how to support non-exercising arm participants. These considerations may improve participant retention rates in new-onset T1D studies.
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022353 pmid:30018100 pmcid:PMC6059261 fatcat:fzpmkp6n6ve35ositiomrj2r24

Psychometric properties of multicomponent tools designed to assess frailty in older adults: A systematic review

Jennifer L. Sutton, Rebecca L. Gould, Stephanie Daley, Mark C. Coulson, Emma V. Ward, Aine M. Butler, Stephen P. Nunn, Robert J. Howard
2016 BMC Geriatrics  
Frailty is widely recognised as a distinct multifactorial clinical syndrome that implies vulnerability. The links between frailty and adverse outcomes such as death and institutionalisation have been widely evidenced. There is currently no gold standard frailty assessment tool; optimizing the assessment of frailty in older people therefore remains a research priority. The objective of this systematic review is to identify existing multi-component frailty assessment tools that were specifically
more » ... eveloped to assess frailty in adults aged ≥60 years old and to systematically and critically evaluate the reliability and validity of these tools. Methods: A systematic literature review was conducted using the standardised COnsensus-based Standards for the selection of health Measurement INstruments (COSMIN) checklist to assess the methodological quality of included studies. Results: Five thousand sixty-three studies were identified in total: 73 of which were included for review. 38 multi-component frailty assessment tools were identified: Reliability and validity data were available for 21 % (8/38) of tools. Only 5 % (2/38) of the frailty assessment tools had evidence of reliability and validity that was within statistically significant parameters and of fair-excellent methodological quality (the Frailty Index-Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment [FI-CGA] and the Tilburg Frailty Indicator [TFI]). Conclusions: The TFI has the most robust evidence of reliability and validity and has been the most extensively examined in terms of psychometric properties. However, there is insufficient evidence at present to determine the best tool for use in research and clinical practice. Further in-depth evaluation of the psychometric properties of these tools is required before they can fulfil the criteria for a gold standard assessment tool.
doi:10.1186/s12877-016-0225-2 pmid:26927924 pmcid:PMC4772336 fatcat:vz76wpt2n5drpl732vazz7d7ne

Description of the resolution hierarchy of the global coupled HadGEM3-GC3.1 model as used in CMIP6 HighResMIP experiments

Malcolm J. Roberts, Alex Baker, Ed W. Blockley, Daley Calvert, Andrew Coward, Helene T. Hewitt, Laura C. Jackson, Till Kuhlbrodt, Pierre Mathiot, Christopher D. Roberts, Reinhard Schiemann, Jon Seddon (+2 others)
2019 Geoscientific Model Development Discussions  
Discussion started: 11 June 2019 c Author(s) 2019.  ...  M ( , 2017a Roberts M ( , 2017b Roberts M ( , 2017c Roberts M ( , 2017d for resolutions LL, MM, HM, MH, HH respectively.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-2019-148 fatcat:wnqi5kcrrvgvdfq3aqfyy74aam

Description of the resolution hierarchy of the global coupled HadGEM3-GC3.1 model as used in CMIP6 HighResMIP experiments

Malcolm J. Roberts, Alex Baker, Ed W. Blockley, Daley Calvert, Andrew Coward, Helene T. Hewitt, Laura C. Jackson, Till Kuhlbrodt, Pierre Mathiot, Christopher D. Roberts, Reinhard Schiemann, Jon Seddon (+2 others)
2019 Geoscientific Model Development  
Roberts We acknowledge extensive use of the supercomputers at the Met Office and the ARCHER UK National Supercomputing Service to complete the simulations and the CEDA-JASMIN platform for enabling data  ...  AMOC-related metrics calculated using RapidMoc code (C. D. Roberts, 2017) consistent with the RAPID-MOCHA observations, using model years 1-100.  ...  Roberts (2018 Roberts ( , 2017a for LL, MM, HM, MH and HH resolutions, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-12-4999-2019 fatcat:cbzplk5wxjho5bf5olqzuz5ztq

Thermoelectric cooled, purge-and-trap device for enhancing the utility of fiber optic VOC sensors

Eugene A. Mizusawa, Paul F. Daley, Kevin R. Kyle, Kevin C. Langry, S. M. Angel, Robert A. Lieberman
1994 Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Fiber Sensors V  
5 degrees C to -43 degrees C.  ...  Two water-cooled, copper heat sinks are used to maintain the hot side surfaces of the thermoelectric coolers at 5 degrees C, allowing internal surface temperatures of the radiator to be controlled between  ...  Sensor Calibration Profiles at 5 Degrees C (no TEC). Figure 6 . 6 Calibration Curve For Sensor at 5 Degrees C (no TEC).  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.170680 fatcat:5mbh2wb2bbgavdte5my4i2s3li

Guidelines for Emergency Tracheal Intubation Immediately after Traumatic Injury

Michael C. Dunham, Robert D. Barraco, David E. Clark, Brian J. Daley, Frank E. Davis, Michael A. Gibbs, Thomas Knuth, Peter B. Letarte, Fred A. Luchette, Laurel Omert, Leonard J. Weireter, Charles E. Wiles
2003 Journal of Trauma  
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doi:10.1097/01.ta.0000083335.93868.2c pmid:12855901 fatcat:lusiop5d3bfldiibxtoobfh7mq

Short‐Course Rifampin and Pyrazinamide Compared with Isoniazid for Latent Tuberculosis Infection: A Cost‐Effectiveness Analysis Based on a Multicenter Clinical Trial

Robert M. Jasmer, David C. Snyder, Jussi J. Saukkonen, Philip C. Hopewell, John Bernardo, Mark D. King, L. Masae Kawamura, Charles L. Daley
2004 Clinical Infectious Diseases  
-250 U/L; grade 3, ALT level of 251-499 U/L; and grade 4, ALT level of у500 U/L or у250 U/L with compatible symptoms [12]. b OR, 11.5 (95% CI, 1.7-495) for grade 3 or 4 hepatotoxicity between groups. c  ...  3 N A 4 0 3-6 NA 13 Hepatotoxicity a Grade 1 23 29 Grade 2 5 3 Grade 3 4 0 .004 b Grade 4 8 1 Discontinued therapy as a result of hepatotoxicity 9 1 .02 c Other adverse  ... 
doi:10.1086/380966 pmid:14727206 fatcat:jnd5k7twcfab7bos7733tbzo7i

Identification of Susceptibility Genes for Cancer in a Genome-wide Scan: Results from the Colon Neoplasia Sibling Study

Denise Daley, Susan Lewis, Petra Platzer, Melissa MacMillen, Joseph Willis, Robert C. Elston, Sanford D. Markowitz, Georgia L. Wiesner
2008 American Journal of Human Genetics  
c Italicized entries indicate demonstrated linkage to the HMPS/CRAC1 locus.  ...  c All families in oligopolyposis phenotypic subgroup (n ¼ 32). d Oligopolyposis subgroup without three AJ families (n ¼ 29). e All families in the Young subgroup (n ¼ 74).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2008.01.007 pmid:18313025 pmcid:PMC2427227 fatcat:m7u3xd4jajezdnqq4pvr2chkwq
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