This volume contains the proceedings of the Seventh Mediterranean Ad Hoc
Networking Workshop (Med-Hoc-Net'2008), celebrated in Palma de Mallorca (llles
Balears, Spain) during June 25-27, 2008. This IFIP TC6 Workshop was organized by
the Universitat de les Illes Balears in cooperation with the Asociaci6n de Tdcnicos de
lnform~tica and sponsored by the following Working Groups: WG6.3 (Performance
of Computer Networks) and WG6.8 (Mobile and Wireless Communications).
IDC Technologies specializes in providing high quality state-of-the-art technical training workshops to engineers, scientists
and technicians throughout the world. More than 300,000 engineers have attended IDC’s workshops over the past 16
In response to a request by the Department of Homeland Security, the National Research
Council formed an ad hoc committee to organize a two-day workshop to discuss the use of social
network analysis (SNA) for the purpose of building community disaster resilience. The
workshop was held February 11-12, 2009, in Washington, D.C., and engaged a group of
approximately 30 researchers in the fields of SNA and resilience science as well as emergency
management practitioners from different regions of the country.
Tham khảo tài liệu 'activity 6.3: determining a preliminary activity 6.3: determining a preliminary network topology', công nghệ thông tin, tin học văn phòng phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả
Ever since Woods's "What's in a Link" paper, there has been a growing concern for formalization in the study of knowledge representation. Several arguments have been made that frame representation languages and semantic-network languages are syntactic variants of the ftrst-order predicate calculus (FOPC). The typical argument proceeds by showing how any given frame or network representation can be mapped to a logically isomorphic FOPC representation.
The Advanced Research and Development Activity (ARDA) within the U.S. intelligence community (IC) has several research “thrusts,” including one on advanced Information Assurance (IA) headed by Richard C. Brackney. On March 2–4, 2004, an unclassified workshop was held at the offices of McAfee Security (a division of Network Associates, Inc.) in Rockville, MD. The topic was “Understanding the Insider Threat.
A specialized transition network mechanism, the interruptable transition n e t w o r k (ITN) is used to p e r f o r m the last of three stages in a m u l t i p r o c e s s o r s y n t a c t i c parser. This approach can be seen as an exercise in implementing a parsing procedure of the active chart parser family. Most of the ATN parser implementations use the left-to-right top-down chronological backtracking control structure (cf. Bates, 1978 for discussion).
It is often lamented that academics, activists and practitioners engaged in corporate accountability
and improving labour standards do not jointly reflect upon the subject of their work enough.
Academics talk to practitioners when they want information and practitioners don’t often have
the time to step back and reflect upon the efficacy of their strategies, except in planning meetings.
This book arose out of a workshop held in December 2007 which aimed at creating a new space
for reflection and collaboration.
The chapters in this volume are the invited papers presented at the fifth S´eminaire
Europ´een de Statistique (SemStat) on extreme value theory and applications, held under
the auspices of Chalmers and Gothenburg University at the Nordic Folk Academy
in Gothenburg, 10–16 December, 2001.
The volume is thus the most recent in a sequence of conference volumes that have
appeared as a result of each S´eminaire Europ´een de Statistique. The first of these
workshops took place in 1992 at Sandbjerg Manor in the southern part of Denmark....
On June 25, 2008, more than 70 of the leading neuroscientists in the
world gathered at the National Academy of Sciences building in Wash-
ington, DC, for a workshop hosted by the Institute of Medicine’s
(IOM’s) Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders titled,
“From Molecules to Mind: Challenges for the 21st Century.” Their goals
were significant: Each participant was asked to identify one or two
“Grand Challenges” that could galvanize both the scientific community
and the public around the possibilities for neuroscience in the 21st cen-
New social networking methods were developed by the end of the 1990s, and many sites began to develop more
advanced features for users to find and manage friends.
This newer generation of social networking sites began to
flourish with the emergence of Friendster in 2002,
and soon became part of the Internet mainstream. Friendster
was followed by MySpace and LinkedIn a year later, and finally, Bebo. Attesting to the rapid increase in social
networking sites' popularity, by 2005, MySpace was reportedly getting more page views than Google.
hree different artists from different part of the world sharing same platform on Artflow, showcasing their creative abilities to the world. It is always my pleasure to welcome you to another edition of this Magazine. We are here to show our support.......................................................... WWW.ARTFLOWMAGAZINE.COM Leisa O’Brien was born in a small town of Bundaberg, Australia and working predominantly in acrylics now. Her love of art is only matched by her drive to educate others about painting and right-brained thinking.
Au~mentad TrarmitiOn Network grm.n~rs have significant areas of ~mexplored application as a simulation tool for grammar designers. The intent of this paper is to discuss some current efforts in developing a gr=m.~ testing tool for the specialist in linguistics. ~ e scope of the system trader discussion i s t o display structures based on the modeled grarmar.
Peter Paulus is Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Psychology and Head
of the Center for Applied Health Sciences of the University of Lüneburg in
Lüneburg, Germany. His research interests are focused on educational psycholo -
gy, family psychology and health psychology. His overarching interest is dedi-
cated to research and realization of a good and healthy school. He is currently
Head of Research of the international project Anschub.de (Alliance for Sustain-
able School Health and Education in Germany) for 2002–2010.
The WKCCPP was based on collaboration among partners who brought complementary skills
and resources to the project. The MOH provided the essential clinical infrastructure of health
facilities, care providers, and district management. Local health management teams allocated
necessary funds for supplies. MYWO focused its efforts on developing links with the community
through a network of MYWO community health workers (CHWs) who did both group and
individual outreach. KECANSA assisted primarily by providing oncology expertise for training
and materials development.
It is vital that sufficient information collection and analysis is
undertaken prior to the conduct of a planning workshop. Information
about existing problems comes from a variety of sources including
interviews, surveys, reports and statistics. The likely relevance,
feasibility and sustainability of an intervention are likely to be much
greater if important stakeholders are consulted during situation
analysis, and invited to participate in the planning workshop.
DATR is a declarative language for representing a restricted class of inheritance networks, permitting both multiple and default inheritance. The principal intended area of application is the representation of lexical entries for natural language processing, and we use examples from this domain throughout. In this paper we present the syntax and inference mechanisms for the language.
Large EHR research databases are the key development that makes it possible to create a rapid learning health system. The VA and Kaiser Permanente are the public and private sector leaders; their new research databases each have more than 8 million EHRs. They are likely to add genomic information. New networks with EHR databases—“virtual research organizations”—add even more to these capacities.