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Delay Testing: Improving Test Quality and Avoiding Over-testing

Seiji Kajihara, Satoshi Ohtake, Tomokazu Yoneda
2011 IPSJ Transactions on System LSI Design Methodology  
binary values to don't-care bits.  ...  Yoneda, et al. proposed a thermal-uniformity-aware X-filling technique to minimize the spatial temperature variation for high quality and accurate delay testing 87) .  ... 
doi:10.2197/ipsjtsldm.4.117 fatcat:b5mup2ufwjeqnkoa6erenziyju

Decarbonizing household heating: Reviewing demographics, geography and low-carbon practices and preferences in five European countries

Benjamin K. Sovacool, Luisa F. Cabeza, Anna Laura Pisello, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon, Hatef Madani Larijani, Belal Dawoud, Mari Martiskainen
2021 Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews  
their (at times odd) practices of heat consumption and temperature settings.  ...  conflicts), temperature (heating satisfaction and preferences), desirability of change (low-carbon heating priorities, business models and trust), and culture (country and national variation).  ...  We would lastly like to thank Jörgen Wallin and Joachim Claesson from KTH Royal Institute of Technology for helpful comments on earlier versions of our draft. L.F.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rser.2020.110703 fatcat:u2tnxofaqjewxhp3q7bhjbx23m

Jmier Archive, Vol-3, No-1 (2014)

2014 Zenodo  
or closely related to, mechanical and industrial engineering disciplines.  ...  The Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Research is an open access peer-reviewed international journal to be of interest and use to all those concerned with research in various fields of,  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia (MOSTI) for their financial support during the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1034220 fatcat:pih2glwe4bddbn6r3ljyxsgdue

On the (im-)possibilities of defining human climate thresholds

Elisabeth Meze-Hausken
2008 Climatic Change  
where to live, what impacts to expect, and when and what decisions to take.  ...  The level of acceptance and the cultural, technological and genetic aspects of adaptation will decide how climate may influence human well-being and contribute in setting limits to society, for example  ...  Further thanks to many colleagues at IfG/UiB, DEV and Tyndall Center/UEA for interesting discussions on climate thresholds. C. Aall, J. Thornes and B. Balino gave comments on earlier drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-007-9392-7 fatcat:pmmd3mfmengt3oncwpzyrol7xe

Teaching Physical Concepts in Oceanography: An Inquiry-Based Approach

Lee Karp-Boss, Emmanuel Boss, Herman Weller, James Loftin, Jennifer Albright
2009 Oceanography  
This is not to say that pen-and-paper tests don't have a place in formal education; we use essay exams and multiple-choice tests in our own classes.  ...  Assume that you repeat the experiment, but this time you fill the small plastic container with ice + water and fill the cup with hot tap water (don't do it yet!).  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2009.supplement.01 fatcat:aymt4schanc47etpc5ailzso5e

Composite materials handbook

1992 ChoiceReviews  
SPF is generally performed at temperatures between the onset of crystallization and below the peak melting point.  ...  be substantiated during element tests; finally, the scope of full scale static and fatigue testing can be reduced with a program of analysis supported by smaller tests.  ...  Most practical composite laminate lay-ups generally are balanced and symmetric to prevent thermal warpage during processing.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.30-1538 fatcat:eb5wqn26iffd7keytp6h2m3q4e

The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation

R. W. Wilson
1979 Science  
These lectures will attempt to convey the excitement and promise in studies of the microwave radiation left over from the early universe.  ...  The first lecture will concentrate on how the radiation is characterized, how it and its anisotropies are generated, and the physics that it reveals.  ...  vs. temperature at low frequencies (the Raleigh-Jeans part of the spectrum) and the displacement of the peak to higher frequencies as the temperature increases.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.205.4409.866 pmid:17813067 fatcat:dmjasm6pzvdevn4xm6ctyv76hy

Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation [chapter]

2007 The Zen in Modern Cosmology  
These lectures will attempt to convey the excitement and promise in studies of the microwave radiation left over from the early universe.  ...  The first lecture will concentrate on how the radiation is characterized, how it and its anisotropies are generated, and the physics that it reveals.  ...  vs. temperature at low frequencies (the Raleigh-Jeans part of the spectrum) and the displacement of the peak to higher frequencies as the temperature increases.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812771872_0017 fatcat:e3rkx4kqwrbchi2vo2m2iweghq

Simulating realistic disk galaxies with a novel sub-resolution ISM model [article]

Giuseppe Murante, Pierluigi Monaco, Stefano Borgani, Luca Tornatore, Klaus Dolag, David Goz
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Thermal energy from SNe is injected into the local hot phase, so as to avoid that it is promptly radiated away.  ...  Stars kinematically belonging to the bulge form early, while disk stars show a clear inside-out formation pattern and mostly form after redshift z=2.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank the anonymous referee for a careful reading of the manuscript and for constructive comments that helped improving the presentation of the results.  ... 
arXiv:1411.3671v2 fatcat:vkzer5uz5rd3zal3gfrvqqozv4

TASI Lectures on Early Universe Cosmology: Inflation, Baryogenesis and Dark Matter [article]

James M. Cline
2021 arXiv   pre-print
, SIMP dark matter, the misalignment mechanism for ultralight scalars and axions, and production of primordial black holes during inflation.  ...  These lectures, presented at TASI 2018, provide a concise introduction to inflation, baryogenesis, and aspects of dark matter not covered by the other lectures.  ...  I thank the students of TASI for perceptive comments and questions that allowed me to improve these lectures. Thanks to the following people for helpful discussions or correspondence: H. Baer  ... 
arXiv:1807.08749v6 fatcat:nbgmctvk7vhj5cdraer2vwf6uu

2012 AACC International Annual Meeting Abstracts

2012 Cereal foods world  
The thermal properties obtained by DSC indicated that onset and peak degradation temperatures of NWWB were higher than those of WWB samples.  ...  Waxy starches were shown to have a higher peak viscosity and lower gelatinization temperature.  ... 
doi:10.1094/cfw-57-4-a fatcat:blkkm24zoneilajm23upbhdh4e

Daytime Changes in Postural Stability and Repeatability of Posturographic Measurements

Pia Forsman, Edward Haeggstr??m, Anders Wallin, Esko Toppila, Ilmari Pyykk??
2007 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine  
, as a marker of sleepiness, was measured at intervals during the work day. • Explain whether measurements of balance are repeatable and how best to use them to prevent sleep-related occupational accidents  ...  Results: The balance worsened during the day, and it was possible to determine whether the measurement was performed in the morning or in the afternoon.  ...  These research monies are targeted toward reducing the incidence of and disability related to occupational injuries and illnesses.  ... 
doi:10.1097/jom.0b013e3180577796 pmid:17563601 fatcat:h2biconi7zbxndogollfassyra

Continuous Low-Level Heat Wrap Therapy for the Prevention and Early Phase Treatment of Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness of the Low Back: A Randomized Controlled Trial

John M. Mayer, Vert Mooney, Leonard N. Matheson, Geetha N. Erasala, Joe L. Verna, Brian E. Udermann, Scott Leggett
2006 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
Main Outcome Measures: To coincide with the expected occurrence of peak symptoms related to exercise-induced low back DOMS, hour 24 postexercise was considered primary.  ...  Results: In the prevention study, at hour 24 postexercise, pain intensity, disability, and deficits in self-reported physical function in subjects with the heat wrap were reduced by 47% (PϽ.001), 52.3%  ...  This group of participants applied a standard gel-filled, reusable cold pack c to theFig 1. Study assignment, randomization, and disposition. *Sought outside care for low back muscle soreness.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2006.07.259 pmid:17023239 fatcat:wwwjdrzjafgirg2ggoy7bef2wi

Energy Technological Review

Alberto Landini, Tommaso Zerbi, John Morrissey, Stepehen Axon
2016 Zenodo  
Following the actors and actor-networks analysis realised during Task 2.1, the work performed during Task 2.2 represents a further step towards the complete energy system characterisation, as it provides  ...  The rich literature on the topic was reviewed and synthesised, and on this basis it was deemed most appropriate to apply a Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) approach in order to assess and characterise  ...  The line packing process is important to respond to the time period after demand peaks and during off-peak periods.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3479264 fatcat:zhsow6pnsfd2tlj7bkyrepnnnq

Adolescents Knowledge Regarding Harmful Effects of Junk food

Vandana Sharma
2013 IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science  
The 't' value for total pre test and post test was 16.76.The difference between pre-test knowledge score and post test knowledge scores was 9.92.  ...  Like very rose has a thorn ,the fast food also called Junk food; on one side they are easy to prepare and cheap and on other side these foods have many harmful effects on health.  ...  Management Board hospital, Asubiaro for the permission and support granted during the course of this study.  ... 
doi:10.9790/1959-0160104 fatcat:xm677sigszb23c2cmkkbzvid54
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