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Learning in the 21st century cyber-physical age

Chandrakant Patel, Yang Lei, Lei Liu, Rares Vernica, Jian Fan, Brad Short, Jerry Liu, Steven J. Simske
2017 APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing  
The hybrid learning platform preserves the best of the past to pave the way for the future.  ...  We present a 21st century cyber-physical learning platform that combines the best of physical books with information systems.  ...  To enable a hybrid annotation creation experience, METIS has the ability to extract hand-written notes from the printed pages/books.  ... 
doi:10.1017/atsip.2017.10 fatcat:bh3zaw6j2bgo3po47zlvkdupni

2nd Joint Meeting SASRO/SGSMP

2016 Strahlentherapie und Onkologie (Print)  
upon MEt inhibition (MEti), alone or in combination with ionizing radiation (Ir).  ...  to MEti, alone or in combination with Ir, and have the potential to shed light on the molecular mechanisms of the phenomenon of oncogene addiction. 10.2 Involvement of MET signaling in the HIF-1α  ...  Results: Even the parts with ≥ 5 years storage time could not be completely free-measured. the dose rate for some of these parts was still 0.2 -0.4 µsv/ h. the remaining activation could be attributed  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00066-016-1051-3 fatcat:42pew4ou4jdjvkyq4bf6z72lki

Utility of medical simulation in neurovascular critical care education

Sandra Mass-Ramírez, Hernán Vergara-Burgos, Carmen Sierra-Ochoa, Ivan David Lozada-Martinez, Luis Rafael Moscote-Salazar, Tariq Janjua, Md Moshiur Rahman, Sabrina Rahman, Yelson Alejandro Picón-Jaimes
2021 Journal of Neurocritical Care  
In the process of medical education, there are three essential principles of knowledge that trainees must learn: know, know how, and know to be [1].  ...  Some learning and simulation models that can be included in medical education to improve neurocritical vascular care include task trainers, full-body mannequins, standardized patients, and computer-based  ...  This option offers the opportunity to recreate scenarios that cannot be carried out with other types of simulation, such as disaster scenarios or terrorist attacks [24] . (5) Hybrid simulators: the types  ... 
doi:10.18700/jnc.210010 fatcat:brteaqvvsfe4xiygnzsqrmujmi

Abstracts DEGRO 2018

2018 Strahlentherapie und Onkologie (Print)  
Molecular characterization was started with array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) assays in order to analyze DNA copy number changes .  ...  Cells were irradiated with photon doses up to 10 Gy and carbon ion doses up to 4 Gy alone or in combination with CTGF/Il-11/IL-6 recombinant protein or with the respective knock down via si-RNA and/ or  ...  Abscopal effects, however, were not observed in any combination of 3 × 8 Gy with anti-PD-1 and/ or HHP vaccination .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00066-018-1301-7 pmid:29777265 fatcat:3gtq3dpopzc7pmpc5vrouo43yu

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Stuart J Murray
2017 MediaTropes  
skinny polar bear, a "face" of climate change regardless of whether or not its empty stomach has anything to do with the climate or change.  ...  [is] fundamental to our history" (3, emphasis mine). http://www.northernstrategy.gc.ca/cns/cnseng.asp. 5 Again in partnership with Sea Legacy and NatGeo. See https://www.instagram.com/p/7TRP7WlsKm/.  ...  improved water management and policies, and to learn how to better care for and live with water (Castleden, Hart, et al. in press; Castleden, Martin, et al. in press).  ... 
doaj:0fee0f09e3414316982889748bfebf04 fatcat:5gegqmjnrvfa7a5e6uurjukdk4

Mobile(izing) Educational Research: Historical literacy, m-learning, and technopolitics

Bryan Smith, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Julie Corrigan
2014 McGill Journal of Education  
This research project explored the nexus between historical literacies, digital literacy and m-learning as a praxis of mobilizing technopolitics.  ...  Out of this work, we sought to understand how digital technologies contributed to recent calls to mobilize educational research and more specifically, while working to decolonize existing narratives of  ...  Beyond the classroom physically, learner nomads might use mobile devices on-the-go to engage in e-learning (or electronically-supported learning), hybrid learning (a combination of face-to-face and e-learning  ... 
doi:10.7202/1033548ar fatcat:fhhfj6ytpzd2hix6bvjg2fwjba

Toward Community Software Ecosystems for High-Performance Computational Science

Lois Curfman McInnes
2018 Figshare  
These challenges create the unique opportunity to fundamentally change how scientific software is designed, developed, and sustained---with explicit work toward scientific software ecosystems.  ...  This presentation will introduce the xSDK, or Extreme-scale Scientific Software Development Kit, where community-defined policies are increasing the quality and interoperability across numerical libraries  ...  Provide an accessible repository (not necessarily publicly available). M11. Have no hardwired print or IO statements. M12.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5959714.v1 fatcat:oipc3m5sajeppbwd7eka7nfkc4

Mediatization of Islam in the Digital Era: Opportunity or Threat?

Sukarman ,, Fatah Syukur,, Raharjo .
2021 TAWASUT  
The conclusion of this paper is that technological progress has not only contributed greatly to the religious pattern of Muslims but has also become a threat to Muslims.  ...  The data is then analyzed to obtain answers to the research questions.  ...  They do not have to bother having to find the poor or asnaf themselves to distribute their zakat.  ... 
doi:10.31942/ta.v8i01.5325 fatcat:ns27ryt5kjdpdis6o3khqoxzii

Starts Prize'17. Excerpt Cyberarts 2017: International Compendium Prix Ars Electronica [chapter]

Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schöpf, Gerfried Stocker
2017 Zenodo  
STARTS Prize 2017 On behalf of the European Commission, Ars Electronica, in collaboration with BOZAR and Waag Society, issued an open call for entries to the prestigious STARTS (= Science + Technology  ...  She is constantly thinking about how to enjoy playing and learning with kids.  ...  As I am not a developer or an engineer, it's taking time to go through the whole process of production.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1095057 fatcat:xgy4jubyjnfv5gec6g3u4jr2ne

The ASC-Alliance Projects: A Case Study of Large-Scale Parallel Scientific Code Development

L. Hochstein, V.R. Basili
2008 Computer  
We also thank Robert Voigt for creating the opportunity to conduct these interviews.  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge Chuck Wight, Steve Parker, Anshu Dubey, Edwin van der Wedie, Frank Ham, Gianluca Iaccarino, Dan Meiron, Michael Aivazis, Mark Brandyberry, and Robert Fiedler for providing us with  ...  Since one of the project goals is to develop algorithms that will last across many machine lifetimes, it's not seen as productive to try to maximize the performance on any particular platform.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2008.101 fatcat:mpfbifhckjgzbmlqddcsfiuxcy

The Impetus for Making Digital Writing a University Wide GE Requirement: The Process and Outcome [chapter]

Santosh Khadka
2019 Proceedings of the Computers and Writing Annual Conference, 2018  
Participants discuss the practicalities of developing UX research centers on campus in order to promote relationships between these centers and universities, communities, and industries.  ...  Participants are asked to come prepared with a current or potential multimodal assignment that they will work with to collaboratively (re)envision assignments to incorporate transfer-facilitating practices  ...  associate multimodality with digital media or visual-verbal 2D object-texts.  ... 
doi:10.37514/pcw-b.2019.0254.2.01 fatcat:j6oxflzuijgz3fpqiul4ykgzkq

A Review of Indoor Millimeter Wave Device-based Localization and Device-free Sensing Technologies [article]

Anish Shastri, Neharika Valecha, Enver Bashirov, Harsh Tataria, Michael Lentmaier, Fredrik Tufvesson, Michele Rossi, Paolo Casari
2021 arXiv   pre-print
At the same time, pervasive mmWave access will enable device localization and device-free sensing with unprecedented accuracy, especially with respect to sub-6 GHz commercial-grade devices.  ...  We conclude by discussing that better algorithms for consumer-grade devices, data fusion methods for dense deployments, as well as an educated application of machine learning methods are promising, relevant  ...  However, others still prefer powerful but less commercial devices or come up with custom boards when commercial platforms are not sufficient to satisfy the requirements of the application. D.  ... 
arXiv:2112.05593v1 fatcat:tbsdro6ps5espeny5p2o32tqqa

The role of higher education in 3D printing research and innovation The role of higher education in 3D printing research and innovation

Habtamu Diriba, Grischa Fraumann, Jon Maes, Habtamu Diriba, Grischa Fraumann, Jon Maes
unpublished
The paper concludes with possible future advancements of 3D printing along with practical implications for colleges and universities.  ...  Outlining the major changes that 3D printing has undergone since its inception, an argument is made that 3D printing has the potential to be widely applicable across higher education settings.  ...  This dynamic and responsive form of 3D printing allows for changes that were not or could not be predicted during the initial blueprint design.  ... 
fatcat:jmxhb5d53jeepbpmg3web2ypue

WaterHCI: Exploring the intersection between water, humans, and technology

Steve Mann, Mark Mattson, Steve Hulford, Seung-min Park, Fadel Adib, Chris Houser, Stephen Diamond, Pierre Lafontaine, Florian Mueller, Christal Clashing, Jason Baerg, Ana Klasnja (+13 others)
2022 Zenodo  
Ontario-Placemaking\tma) that combine fun and frolic with health and wellbeing, nature and spirituality, research and teaching, and innovation, where we can touch and be touched by water.  ...  It is a relatively new field that originated in Ontario, Canada, in the 1960s, and was further developed at University of Toronto through a series of annual (de)conferences from 1998 to present.  ...  a "boarder" learn how to balance on the ice.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6403879 fatcat:osw6sm7v6zf5lfzctdzvymd63y

Portable, high-performance containers for HPC [article]

Lucas Benedicic, Felipe A. Cruz, Alberto Madonna, Kean Mariotti
2017 arXiv   pre-print
, e.g. the laptop or workstation of a researcher.  ...  In this work we present an extension to the container runtime of Shifter that provides containerized applications with a mechanism to access GPU accelerators and specialized networking from the host system  ...  If, for any reason (e.g. user request or configuration by a system administrator), the workload manager does not set CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES or assigns it an invalid value, Shifter does not trigger its GPU  ... 
arXiv:1704.03383v1 fatcat:ap5hi77zmvb3dkmb7wmoh25h4a
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