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The Residence History Inference Problem [article]

Derek Ruths, Caitrin Armstrong
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Here, we formalize the residence assignment problem, which seeks, under constraints associated with the minimum length-of-stay at a residence, the most parsimonious sequence of residence periods and places  ...  Prior work on this topic has skirted the underlying computational modeling of residence inference, focusing on migration patterns themselves.  ...  Thus, in essence, every migration study must solve the residence history inference problem.  ... 
arXiv:2003.04155v1 fatcat:ve6pjvgex5ahtbl3k7w6onpz3q

A study of communication in the Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit and its implications for automated briefing

K McKeown, D Jordan, S Feiner, J Shaw, E Chen, S Ahmad, A Kushniruk, V Patel
2000 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
We present a study of the information transferred among caregivers in the context of cardiac surgery and use the study to evaluate a system, MAGIC, that we are developing for automated generation of briefings  ...  Moreover, MAGIC could help improve information flow in the CTICU by providing a consistent set of information earlier than in current practice.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is supported in part by NLM Contract ROI LM06593-01 and the Columbia University Center for Advanced Technology in Information Manage-ment (funded by the New York State Science  ... 
pmid:11079948 pmcid:PMC2244057 fatcat:l7se7imfrrc3xk2rzpr34xtq24

Mapping COVID-19 in a Region Using IP Geolocation and Fuzzy Inference System

Anang Widodo, S.Kom., M.T, Muslim Alamsyah
2022 Jurnal INFORM  
The determination of the health status of residents is in the category of Negative COVID-19, ODR, ODP, PDP, or Positive COVID-19 using the Fuzzy Inference System (FIS) method.  ...  Therefore, it is necessary to create a system that can answer the problem, namely a system that can detect first aid symptoms and risks of COVID-19 suffered by residents, so that residents know their health  ...  Thanks to the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Technology for funding this research.  ... 
doi:10.25139/inform.v7i1.4582 fatcat:3h6zsqslznbhbfximc3npy6qzu

Now You See It, Now You Don't: What Thinking Aloud Tells Us About Clinical Reasoning

Judith L. Bowen, Jonathan S. Ilgen
2014 Journal of Graduate Medical Education  
Imagine you are tasked with rating the reasoning performance of a senior resident while she conducts a history and physical on a patient with a common complaint.  ...  Inferring that residents use one or the other while thinking aloud is inconsistent with how System 1 processes have been conceptualized 18 and may be prone to substantial hindsight bias. 19 Second,  ... 
doi:10.4300/jgme-d-14-00492.1 pmid:25512806 pmcid:PMC4265996 fatcat:eszitbblcbcz3kelm4mquimtla

Eye with Ears – A Symbol-Based Aid in Medical Teaching

Alexander Salava
2021 European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences  
past medical history.  ...  The author describes a symbol-based aid to explain the dichotomy of factual observed findings with the information based on medical history: The Eye with Ears.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The author reports no conflict of interest. There were no funding resources that supported this work.  ... 
doi:10.24018/ejmed.2021.3.5.977 fatcat:y6mlodt2r5grhn7tmyrvak5mjq

Specification of History Based Constraints for Access Control in Conceptual Level [chapter]

Fathiyeh Faghih, Morteza Amini, Rasool Jalili
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Sound inference, history-awareness, ability to define access policies in conceptual level, and preciseness are the main advantages of the proposed model.  ...  The expressive power of the model is shown through seven different patterns for stating history-constrained access policies.  ...  The instance checking inference service can be expressed as the problem of answering (boolean) conjunctive queries [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17714-9_14 fatcat:uz3a23pxtvgxtl32uha2tcm7mq

Extracting Data at Scale: Machine learning at the Natural History Museum

Ben Scott, Laurence Livermore
2021 Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  
It also solves one of the key problems in developing ML-based applications: the rapidity at which models become obsolete.  ...  The Natural History Museum holds over 80 million specimens and 300 million pages of scientific text.  ...  It also solves one of the key problems in developing ML-based applications: the rapidity at which models become obsolete.  ... 
doi:10.3897/biss.5.74031 fatcat:o4xkzf4ftjg4pcklu3g7jilfdi

Distributed Deduction by Clause-Diffusion: Distributed Contraction and the Aquarius Prover

Maria Paola Bonacina, Jieh Hsiang
1995 Journal of symbolic computation  
Given as input a theorem proving problem and a number n of active nodes, Aquarius creates n deductive processes, one on each workstation, which work cooperatively toward the solution of the problem.  ...  In this paper, we give first a brief outline of the Clause-Diffusion methodology, with emphasis on the problem of distributed global contraction, e.g. normalization with respect to a distributed data base  ...  Each node uses the received inference messages to perform inferences with its own residents.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jsco.1995.1014 fatcat:mfqvijzk6rhvlpetd3iyz6liii

Page 61 of Black History Bulletin Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

1957 Black History Bulletin  
, 45 from Peters- burgh, and 8 from Amelia Court- the change of residency.  ...  At the same time and place, I shall The implications may be inferred sell to the highest bidder, for cash. from the nature of the terms stipu- 120 Negroes, all of them born and lated to cover each type  ... 

The Sexuality Curriculum in Residency Training

Johan Verhulst
1992 Academic Psychiatry  
Ganeshalingam et al (2008) infer that prescribers are making clinical judgements rather than strictly adhering to the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) score when deciding to prescribe acetylcholinesterase  ...  should be core components of psychiatry residency curriculum and psychiatric training (Scheiber et al, 2003; Nnaji & Friedman, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03341379 pmid:24443157 fatcat:lx6znosfcbgkbfbwsgjptpyaii

Page 61 of Black History Bulletin Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

1957 Black History Bulletin  
The implications may be inferred from the nature of the terms stipu- lated to cover each type of sale.  ...  Thus it follows, logically, that in terms of socio-economic ad- justments the problems inherent in the institution of slavery have be- come, collectively, the so-called “Ne- gro problem” of today.  ... 

Page 44 of Geographical Analysis Vol. 24, Issue 1 [page]

1992 Geographical Analysis  
The likelihood of the observed migration history for individual i is given by 1985 Lie) = [] py - py)” (5) t=yj where y; is the first year of the history.  ...  However, the reverse is not possible. Inference about temporal variation requires the simultaneous modeling of heterogeneity.  ... 

Phylogenetic reconstruction of Bantu kinship challenges Main Sequence Theory of human social evolution

Christopher Opie, Susanne Shultz, Quentin D. Atkinson, Thomas Currie, Ruth Mace
2014 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
There are a number of problems with relying solely on reconstructions of ancestral vocabulary to infer social organization in the past.  ...  These methods can be used to estimate the cultural history of a language family, even where historical records or archaeological evidence are absent, and have been used to examine the history of residence  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1415744111 pmid:25422461 pmcid:PMC4267395 fatcat:zictmxpofnhcdkbzdgznoohcxq

Efficient Data Interpretation and Compression over RFID Streams

Richard Cocci, Thanh Tran, Yanlei Diao, Prashant Shenoy
2008 2008 IEEE 24th International Conference on Data Engineering  
the output stream.  ...  It then employs a probabilistic inference algorithm to determine the most likely location and containment for each object and an efficient stream compression algorithm to remove redundant information from  ...  Problem Statement Before defining the problem, we present the notion of the physical world.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2008.4497584 dblp:conf/icde/CocciTDS08 fatcat:kpyibutjmndhjfxju5uzmpszry

An ontology based personal exposure history

Stacy A. Doore, Kate Beard, Carol Bult
2010 Proceedings of the ACM international conference on Health informatics - IHI '10  
Exposure histories capture the spatial and temporal dimensions of possible disease exposure events and convey the dynamic factors within individuals' environments.  ...  Health monitoring and disease surveillance systems can benefit from the integration of multiple data sources and semantic web technologies The development and management of exposure histories is one particular  ...  The relationships between person livesAt residence, and its inverse hasResident allow for inferences about instances such that if a livesAt b we can infer that b hasResident a.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1882992.1883097 dblp:conf/ihi/DooreBB10 fatcat:ek2onstw7bebbp3h4jui4ziwhq
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