Measurement is a multidisciplinary experimental science. Measurement systems synergistically blend science, engineering and statistical methods to provide fundamental data for research, design and development, control of processes and operations, and facilitate safe and economic performance of systems. In recent years, measuring techniques have expanded rapidly and gained maturity, through extensive research activities and hardware advancements.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học 'Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: "Collagen V-induced nasal tolerance downregulates pulmonary collagen mRNA gene and TGF-beta expression in experimental systemic sclerosis...
The miniaturization and performance improvement in semiconductor devices and
integrated circuits (ICs) are expected to continue through leveraging of nanotechnologies and
nanomaterials. This evolution should accelerate the System-on-a-Chip (SoC) trend, i.e., singlechip
integration of multifunctional, mixed-signal electronic components, toward realizing
embedded nanoelectronic systems.
Immediately after the first drafts of the human genome sequence were reported almost
a decade ago, the importance of genomics and functional genomics studies became
well recognized across the broad disciplines of biological sciences research.
The research effort on which this book is based has involved continuous analyses of
various river–estuarine and coastal systems in the southeastern United States since 1970.
These long-term studies have been carried out using a combination of field descriptive
and experimental (lab and field) approaches.
Science progresses by a symbiotic interaction between theory and experiment: theory is
used to interpret experimental results and may suggest new experiments; experiment
helps to test theoretical predictions and may lead to improved theories. Theoretical
Chemistry (including Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics) provides the concep-
tual and technical background and apparatus for the rationalisation of phenomena in the
chemical sciences. It is, therefore, a wide ranging subject, reflecting the diversity of
molecular and related species and processes arising in chemical systems.
CO2 injection has recently been shown to provide significant enhanced oil
recovery from naturally fractured reservoirs1. Li et al. (2000) performed CO2
injection at 1750 psig on artificially-fractured cores after water flooding in a
dead-oil system. Gravity drainage was suggested to be the dominant recovery
mechanism in these tests, with significant tertiary oil recovery after water
flooding. The authors observed that the recovery of initial oil at the start of the
CO2 injection declined as the rock permeability decreased and the initial water
We present B EETLE II, a tutorial dialogue system designed to accept unrestricted language input and support experimentation with different tutorial planning and dialogue strategies. Our ﬁrst system evaluation used two different tutorial policies and demonstrated that the system can be successfully used to study the impact of different approaches to tutoring. In the future, the system can also be used to experiment with a variety of natural language interpretation and generation techniques.
Techniques for automatically training modules of a natural language generator have recently been proposed, but a fundamental concern is whether the quality of utterances produced with trainable components can compete with hand-crafted template-based or rulebased approaches. In this paper We experimentally evaluate a trainable sentence planner for a spoken dialogue system by eliciting subjective human judgments.
While various aspects of syntactic structure have been shown to bear on the determination of phraselevel prosody, the text-to-speech field has lacked a robust working system to test the possible relations between syntax and prosody. We describe an implemented system which uses the deterministic parser Fidditch to create the input for a set of prosody rules.
Realistic quantitative models require data from many laboratories. There-fore, standardization of experimental systems and assay conditions is crucial.
Moreover, standards should be representative of thein vivoconditions. How-ever, most often, enzyme–kinetic parameters are measured under assay con-ditions that yield the maximum activity of each enzyme.
In this interactive presentation, a Chinese named entity and relation identification system is demonstrated. The domainspecific system has a three-stage pipeline architecture which includes word segmentation and part-of-speech (POS) tagging, named entity recognition, and named entity relation identitfication. The experimental results have shown that the average F-measure for word segmentation and POS tagging after correcting errors achieves 92.86 and 90.01 separately.
This paper describes a spoken dialog QA system as a substitution for call centers. The system is capable of making dialogs for both ﬁxing speech recognition errors and for clarifying vague questions, based on only large text knowledge base. We introduce two measures to make dialogs for ﬁxing recognition errors. An experimental evaluation shows the advantages of these measures.
Dr Komolong presented details of a fish nutrition and poultry feed experiment undertaken by
students he was supervising at the University of Technology (Department of Agriculture) in Lae.
Both students were participating in the workshop. The first presentation was titled Evaluation of
local protein and energy sources for GIFT Tilapia Farming in Papua New Guinea (Densley
Tapat) and the second was titled Evaluation of two Leucaena leafmeals and copra meal as
substitute feeds for broiler chicken finisher diets (Eric Nogas).
It includses a n u m b e r of specialized tools t h a t consent an easy, graphics-based interaction with the parser. It is shown in particular how a combination of the characteristics of the parser (based on the lexicon a n d on dynamic unification) and of the e n v i r o n m e n t allow a nonspecialized user to explore heuristics t h a t m a y alter the basica control of the system. In this way, for instance, a p s y c h o l i n g...
The present work describes an experimental study on sewage sludge pyrolysis in a Fluidised Bed Reactor(FluBR) and the effect on the pyrolysis liquid product of passing the hot exhaust (pyrolysis) vapours through a Fixed Bed Reactor (FixBR) filled with gamma-alumina (c-Al2O3).