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Evaluation Of Human Errors And Malfunctions For Minimal Invasive Surgeries In Conventional and Integrated OR Solutions

A - M Von Saucken, J Prümper, M Kraft
2013 Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care  
This German Research Foundation project aims to investigate the human-machine interaction of the operating theatre as a work system and from the results deduce measures and, using consolidated medical  ...  devices as an example, develop design guidelines for a prospective development of complex integrated technical systems.  ...  It is also planned to validate the thesis that the taxonomies of Reason and Zapf deliver different results from which guidelines for improvements in operating theatres can be deduced in the third phase  ... 
doi:10.1177/2327857913021017 fatcat:zhrk6a3se5a65aos2ryptfnul4

Taxonomy to Guide Systems-of-Systems Decision-Making in Air Transportation Problems

Daniel A. DeLaurentis, William A. Crossley, Muharrem Mane
2011 Journal of Aircraft  
For the FMC oper- ations, the result was an aircraft design that directly impacted costs related to the FMC’s operations and the identification of operational changes to take advantage of the new aircraft  ...  Because of this, improved understanding of SOS features and characteristics relevant to the design, planning, inte- gration, and operation time scales is needed.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.c031008 fatcat:ddo2qhggfvapphmvdrodxnkmsa

Data Summarization Model for User Action Log Files [chapter]

Eleonora Gentili, Alfredo Milani, Valentina Poggioni
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Such data can be condensed and summarized to improve reporting performance and reduce the system load.  ...  In particular, we present a method to reduce the data size, collapsing the descriptions of more events in a unique descriptor or in a smaller set of descriptors and pose the optimal summarization problem  ...  Let's two different sets S 1 and S 2 , the minimal abstracting set S is defined as the first not null set of common ancestor of S 1 and S 2 computed by climbing the taxonomy graph associated to S 1 and  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31137-6_41 fatcat:bevddn2fvbbexckzrllzlbt7vq

Topic taxonomy adaptation for group profiling

Lei Tang, Huan Liu, Jianping Zhang, Nitin Agarwal, John J. Salerno
2008 ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data  
This paper addresses the problem of how to adapt a topic taxonomy to the accumulated data that reflect the change of group's interest to achieve dynamic group profiling.  ...  However, the stagnant nature of a taxonomy may fail to timely capture the dynamic change of group's interest.  ...  Notice that the position of Movie and Politics are swapped in the new taxonomy, and the taxonomy adapts to the change.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1324172.1324173 fatcat:lacaurrk75c2vl2wrr36az3qqy

Characterizing network events and their impact on routing

Amelie Medem Kuatse, Renata Teixeira, Michael Meulle
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 ACM CoNEXT conference on - CoNEXT '07  
When customers complain, network operators need to intervene to diagnose and, hopefully, fix the problem.  ...  This distinction is important because internal events are under the control of network operators, who can fix them or minimize their impact on routing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1364654.1364722 dblp:conf/conext/KuatseTM07 fatcat:nvz5hdmd3zelhignoyqal4hyne

A longitudinal study of information system threat categories

Ghi Paul Im, Richard L. Baskerville
2005 ACM SIGMIS Database the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems  
Acknowledgement The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Edward Chang in data collection and coding of the original 1993 study.  ...  Security reports have paid a great deal of attention in recent years to the growing problem of hacking and intentional abuse.  ...  We will examine the changing threat constellation and how this has affected the validity of this older taxonomy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1104004.1104010 fatcat:suu7nbdfybfklj36zdhfanmfwy

A Taxonomy and Survey of Energy-Efficient Data Centers and Cloud Computing Systems [chapter]

Anton Beloglazov, Rajkumar Buyya, Young Choon Lee, Albert Zomaya
2011 Advances in Computers  
In this study, we discuss causes and problems of high power/energy consumption, and present a taxonomy of energyefficient design of computing systems covering the hardware, operating system, virtualization  ...  Traditionally, the development of computing systems has been focused on performance improvements driven by the demand of applications from consumer, scientific, and business domains.  ...  and suggestions on improving the Chapter.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-385512-1.00003-7 fatcat:palea7dfrng2lf2xo26ptsgxum

Genetic algorithm based protocols to select cluster heads and find multi-hop path in wireless sensor networks: review

Mohammed Al-Shalabi, Mohammed Anbar, Tat-Chee Wan, W. Martiningsih, R. Wiryadinata, S. Praptodiyono, M.I. Santoso, I. Saraswati
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
A new taxonomy is presented to discuss these protocols on the basis of different classes. A complete comparison of the main features and behaviors of the protocols is conducted.  ...  Many problems, including data transmission, power consumption and selecting cluster heads, may occur due to the nature of WSNs. Various protocols have been conducted to resolve these issues.  ...  This improvement of crossover and mutation operations provides better routing and practical routes in WSNs.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201821803019 fatcat:4dfaezdl4fdj7dqdfhgfftbdfq

Energy-Aware Multi-Objective Job Shop Scheduling Optimization with Metaheuristics in Manufacturing Industries: A Critical Survey, Results, and Perspectives

Jesus Para, Javier Del Del Ser, Antonio J. Nebro
2022 Applied Sciences  
Among them, the improvement of energy savings may conflict with other objectives, such as the minimization of the makespan.  ...  We systematically reviewed and critically analyzed the most relevant features of both problem formulations and algorithms to solve them effectively.  ...  The formulation of a JSP problem may consider more than one conflicting objective to be minimized, such as the makespan (total time to complete a given production plan), total tardiness, and machine changes  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12031491 fatcat:gjjv74ydlraifdztmbyxw6wiy4


Katherine G. Herbert, Narain H. Gehani, William H. Piel, Jason T. L. Wang, Cathy H. Wu
2004 SIGMOD record  
Due to the nature of this data, each of these problems is non-trivial. For biological data to be corrected and standardized, new methods and frameworks must be developed.  ...  As databases become more pervasive through the biological sciences, various data quality issues regarding data legacy, data uniformity and data duplication arise.  ...  Acknowledgment We thank the anonymous reviewers for their constructive suggestions, which helped to improve the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1024694.1024703 fatcat:te3ykc7wrvdcjdpygmsuiy757e

Review of Learning-Assisted Power System Optimization [article]

Guangchun Ruan, Haiwang Zhong, Guanglun Zhang, Yiliu He, Xuan Wang, Tianjiao Pu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This taxonomy provides a novel perspective to elaborate the latest research progress and development.  ...  The typical references are selected and categorized into four groups: the boundary parameter improvement, the optimization option selection, the surrogate model, and the hybrid model.  ...  The distributed reactive power optimization was solved by the collaborative equilibrium Qlearning to minimize operating cost and carbon emission [59] .  ... 
arXiv:2007.00210v2 fatcat:sh54n6fdk5c4pdouq6u4ois53q

Ergonomic Risk Factors in Ground Handling Operations to Improve Corporate Performance

Vildan Durmaz, Ebru Yazgan, Ayse Kucuk Yılmaz
2021 International Journal of Aviation Science and Technology  
The taxonomy is developed to improve corporate performance while eliminating ergonomic risks and maintaining a safe working environment.  ...  Ground handling operations can be accepted as the heart of safe flight, beginning from the ground to the air.  ...  Training and regular monitoring of workers are necessary to minimize these occupational problems (Contego Aviation, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.23890/ijast.vm02is02.0205 fatcat:qkkjj6zxbbeytjxmm3x37otnd4

Applications of Data Mining Techniques for Vehicular Ad hoc Networks [article]

Mohammed AL Zamil, Samer Samarah
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The proposed taxonomy covers elementary data mining techniques such as: preprocessing, outlier detection, clustering, and classification of data.  ...  In this paper, we have proposed taxonomy of data mining techniques that have been applied in this domain in addition to a classification of these techniques.  ...  In [46] , researchers proposed a method for building dynamic data for solving data aggregation problem and minimizing the number data sources.  ... 
arXiv:1807.02564v1 fatcat:6yqvnp3stvhnpbehi4m7t6ghfm

Towards a Cognitive Handoff for the Future Internet: Model-driven Methodology and Taxonomy of Scenarios [article]

Francisco A. Gonzalez-Horta, Rogerio A. Enriquez-Caldera, Juan M. Ramirez-Cortes, Jorge Martinez-Carballido, Eldamira Buenfil-Alpuche
2011 arXiv   pre-print
The theoretical framework of this methodology is the holistic approach, the functional decomposition method, the model-based design paradigm, and the theory of design as scientific problem-solving.  ...  We applied the proposed methodology and obtained the following results: (i) a correspondence between handoff purposes and quantitative environment information, (ii) a novel taxonomy of handoff mobility  ...  González-Horta is a PhD candidate at INAOE Puebla, Mexico, and thanks the financial support received from CONACYT Mexico through the doctoral scholarship 58024.  ... 
arXiv:1102.2291v1 fatcat:cdhpwww5brf3pdc4wlbdhyjup4

A Taxonomy of Sources of Waste in BIM Information Flows

Martin Michaud, Julien Meyer, Daniel Forgues, Claudiane Ouellet-Plamondon
2021 Buildings  
This paper aims to develop a taxonomy focused on the sources of waste within information flows in BIM projects, as existing taxonomies focus primarily on work and material flows.  ...  The paper's main contribution is the taxonomy of sources of waste in BIM project information flows, as it closes knowledge gaps in one of the main flows of construction projects.  ...  While BIM 4D and 5D use information from the 3D model to operate, BIM 6D and 7D add information to the 3D model to improve it.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings11070291 fatcat:q4744ijkufcftkr6y5bmtshdla
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