Bioimpedance spectroscopy

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  • Learning how to write a coherent, effective text is a difficult and protracted achievement of cognitive development that contrasts sharply with the acquisition of speech. By the age of 5, spoken language is normally highly developed with a working vocabulary of several thousand words and an ability to comprehend and produce grammatical sentences. Although the specific contribution of a genetic predisposition for language learning is unsettled, it is apparent that speech acquisition is a natural part of early human development.

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  • Full sector analysis modelling of the LCEGS sector involves identifying economic activities at the lowest  possible level of analysis (at the equivalent of a six or seven digit SIC code) and then aggregating them  so that they can be reported upon more conveniently. In this report, LCEGS activities are recorded at  five  hierarchical  levels  but  the  data  is  analysed  at  Levels  1  (Sector),  2  (sub‐sector)  and  3  (sub  sub‐ sector) only.

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  • Following an FSA visit, this firm proactively took steps to improve its sales process and to source a PPI product that would better suit the needs of its customers. In the past, it had only offered its customers single-premium PPI policies that were provided by the lenders and were therefore specifically linked to the underlying credit product. The firm decided that single-premium PPI was not the best PPI product for its customer base.

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  • The emission factors of the 14 most abundant VOCs on sequential cold weather sampling dates (January 17 and March 12, 2003) are compared in Table 4. Indoor and outdoor temperatures and percent RHs were approximately equivalent between these dates (Table 1). However, the January air change rate was 0.58 h-1 versus 0.31 h-1 in March, likely due to the difference in wind conditions. Within both the aldehyde and the terpene hydrocarbon chemical classes, the ratio of the emission factor at the lower air change rate to the emission factor at the higher air change rate was near...

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  • In most cases the resources (financial, human, and others) required for addressing all identified water quality problems significantly exceed the resources allocated to the water pollution control sector. Priorities, therefore, need to be assigned to all problems in order to concentrate the available resources on solving the most urgent and important problems. If this is not done the effect may be an uncoordinated and scattered management effort, resulting in a waste of scarce resources on less important problems.

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  • Similarly, the overall net attendance ratio at the secondary level, that is, the percentage of the secondary school age population (11-15 years) attending secondary school, also increased from 22 percent to 47 percent during the same ten-year period (Figure 2.6). The results also indicate that the percentage increment in net attendance ratio for primary level as well as secondary level was higher for girls than boys. Despite such progress, more than half (53 percent) of children eligible for secondary level schooling were not attending school.

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  • Wireless communications offer organizations and users many benefits such as portability and flexibility, increased productivity, and lower installation costs. Wireless technologies cover a broad range of differing capabilities oriented toward different uses and needs. Wireless local area network (WLAN) devices, for instance, allow users to move their laptops from place to place within their offices without the need for wires and without losing network connectivity. Less wiring means greater flexibility, increased efficiency, and reduced wiring costs.

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  • Microfinance International Corporation (MFIC). Since 2006 MFIC, a US-based financial services corporation, has partnered with microfinance lenders and remittance transaction operators in El Salvador, Guatemala, and the Plurinational State of Bolivia to provide transnational mortgage loans to immigrants in the United States and Spain. MFIC links remittances to housing microfinance. Partnering with two microfinance institutions (MFIs) — Apoyo Integral de S.V. and Sociedad Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito (AMC) — MFIC launched a pilot program in El Salvador in September 2006.

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  • The audit of operating systems is a complex and time consuming area. In some instances, software is available to assist in this process, such as CA-Examine for MVS. The basic objective of the computer auditor is to ensure that the security and integrity of the operating system has not been compromised. The auditor should consider whether responsibility for the maintenance of the operating system has been established and that suitable procedures have been documented.

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  • The Internet as a research vehicle presents both opportunities and challenges for psychological research. In 1985, only 8.2% of US households had a personal computer, and the Internet as we now know it, with its rich array of communication, information, entertainment, and commercial services, did not exist. Since then, this exotic technology has become domesticated and is now used by the majority of Americans for personal and economic reasons (Cummings & Kraut, 2002).

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  • Welcome to the report of Year Two of the UCLA Internet Project, “Surveying the Digital Future.” The UCLA Internet Project is a comprehensive, year-to-year examination of the impact of online technology on America. This work is part of the World Internet Project, which is organized and coordinated by the UCLA Center for Communication Policy. Included in the World Internet Project are UCLA’s work and partner studies in countries in Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia.

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  • Recent policy attention and research have focused on children's school commuting. Concerns include children's health and safety, traffic congestion, environmental impacts of transportation, and parents' time chauffeuring children. Popular responses aim to increase rates of commuting by bicycle and walking (Rosenthal, 2009), but rarely do these initiatives directly account for other policies, such as school choice, that also impact school transportation.

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  • The Scheduler To help simplify management tasks, as well as providing a rich set of functionality for complex scheduling needs, Oracle provides a collection of functions and procedures in the DBMS_SCHEDULER package. Collectively, these functions are called the Scheduler, and they are callable from any PL/SQL program. The Scheduler lets database administrators and application developers control when and where various tasks take place in the database environment.

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  • The importance of institutional priorities in the admission process is a significant cue for applicants that the school’s needs matter as much in the admissions process as do the applicants’ needs. For example, a school that has committed itself to increasing classroom diversity may pass on an otherwise strong applicant if the applicant comes from a professional background that is already well repre- sented in the entering class. Therefore, it is crucial for applicants to clarify their career goals and identify programs with which they fit best.

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  • A recent article in this journal, “The child health/family income gradient: Evidence from England” (Alison Currie, Michael A. Shields and Stephen Wheatley Price, 2007) argues that income gradients in the health of English children differ from those observed in either the US or Canada. Using data from the 1997 to 2002 Health Survey for England (HSE), Currie, Shields and Wheatley Price (CSW) conclude that English health gradients in income are small and increase little as children grow older.

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  • We evaluated the effects of previous pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) on the risk of obstructive lung disease. We analyzed population-based, the Second Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2001. Participants underwent chest X-rays (CXR) and spirometry, and qualified radiologists interpreted the presence of TB lesion independently. A total of 3,687 underwent acceptable spirometry and CXR. Two hundreds and ninty four subjects had evidence of previous TB on CXR with no subjects having evidence of active disease.

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  • Despite this, there is little evidence that actual or expected future sales significantly affected asset prices. Graph 5 (centre and right-hand panels) shows time series of price quotes for selected high-spread securitised assets, distressed bonds and leveraged loans. True, the price of US leveraged loans fell and spreads on some securitised assets rose after the EBA capital target announcement, consistent with the deleveraging implications of this news.

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  • Procrastination is potentially relevant to all five FSA capability categories and to whether many of the facilities proposed in the National Strategy are widely accessed. There is limited evidence that awareness of the procrastination problem is an effective antidote at the individual level. Many behavioural economists take the view that the best response is not informing consumers of the problem or trying to change them but institutional design and regulation that recognises the psychology.

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  • Holding a PhD in criminal law with a focus on Cybercrime he has been teaching law related to Cybercrime and European Criminal Law at the University of Cologne for several years and is visiting lecturer for International Criminal Law at the University of Macau. The focus of his research is on international aspects of law related to Cybercrime. In this respect he is working as an expert for several international organisations among them the Council of Europe, the European Union, the United Nations and the International Telecommunication Union.

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  • On top of the increase in social network use, the poll finds that news is also more prevalent on social networking sites. The share of users who saw news there yesterday nearly doubled from 19% to 36% between 2010 and 2012. The increasing use of these sites for news has not just occurred among young people. In fact, those in their 30s are nearly as likely as those 18 to 24 to say they saw news or news headlines on Facebook or another social networking site yesterday (30% vs. 34%). And about a quarter of adults in their 40s...

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