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The temporal sequence of events that have occurred.
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Elated to announce the acceptence of our special issue “Exploring the Future of E-Commerce: Post Pandemic Era” in International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning (Scopus indexed) IGI Global We (Prof Piera Centobelli Dr Shahbaz Khan) invite theoretical and empirical contributions that focus on the role of online buying behaviour o...
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This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note...
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Objectives: There is no unanimity regarding the most appropriate needle to use for an endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine-needle biopsy (EUS-FNB). To date, new types of FNB needles have been designed, including the Fork-tip and Franseen needles. This study primarily aimed to compare the diagnostic accuracy and histological quality between the use of...
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FIRE OUTBREAKS IN THE SOUTHEAST NIGERIA AND INADEQUACIES IN SERVICE AND FIGHTING STATIONS Onwumere, Basilia O.; Ihekuna, Chinonye Prisca; Johnson, Jessica Ogechi; Obiadi, Bons and Onuorah I. M. Abstract: Southeast Nigeria lacks and needs an up-to-date fire service station. The impression and the general attitude of the public towardsthe services...
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Humans have been learning at a distance for millennia. Modern information and communications technology has enabled formal distance education to be conducted online, though significant variation exists in purpose, course format, delivery methods, etc. Under duress of COVID-19, educators and students alike have been forced to engage in their courses...
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Culture and personality are two central topics in psychology. Individuals are culturally influenced influencers of culture, yet the research linking culture and personality has been limited and fragmentary. We integrate the literatures on culture and personality with recent advances in socioecology and genetics to formulate the Socioecological-Gene...
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A large number of studies have reported that tumor cells are often out of sync with the surrounding healthy tissue. Exploiting this misalignment may be a way to obtain a substantial gain in the therapeutic window. Specifically, based on reports to date, we will assess whether radiotherapy outcomes differ depending on the administration time. Collec...
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Pindborg tumor is a benign expansile and slow growing odontogenic tumor that occurs mainly in adulthood. Limited management data exist for its treatment in young patients. We report the case of a 5-year-old patient and provide recommendations for the care of pediatric patients diagnosed with this rare odontogenic tumor.
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Considering that the assumption of time consistency does not adequately reveal the mechanisms of exit decisions of venture capital (VC), this study proposes two kinds of time-inconsistent preferences (i.e., time-flow inconsistency and time-point inconsistency) to advance research in this field. Time-flow inconsistency is in line with the previous t...
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Background A Rathke’s cleft cyst is a benign intrasellar cystic lesion, with suprasellar extension reported in a few cases. An entirely suprasellar Rathke’s cleft cyst without any intrasellar component, though previously reported, is rare. Case presentation We report a case of an entirely suprasellar Rathke’s cyst in a 25-year-old female presentin...
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Background Glycogen storage disease type Ib (GSD Ib) is a severe disorder of carbohydrate metabolism due to bi-allelic variants in SLC37A4 . It is associated with neutropaenia and neutrophil dysfunction, which has recently been attributed to the accumulation of 1,5-anhydroglucitol-6-phosphate (1,5AG6P) within neutrophils. Treatment with sodium-gluc...
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Non-medullary thyroid cancer (NMTC) is the most common type of thyroid cancer. With the increasing incidence of NMTC in recent years, the familial form of the disease has also become more common than previously reported, accounting for 5–15% of NMTC cases. Familial NMTC is further classified as non-syndromic and the less common syndromic FNMTC. Alt...
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Call for Chapters Proposals Submission Deadline: September 2, 2022 Full Chapters Due: December 1, 2022 Submission Date: December 1, 2022 Submission URL: https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/6044
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Palliative care is an interdisciplinary care to optimize physical, psychosocial, and spiritual symptoms of patients and their families whose quality of life is impaired by serious, life-limiting illness. In 2021, the importance of providing palliative care in the intensive care unit (ICU) is well recognized by various studies to alleviate physical...
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Fibre lasers operating at the mid-IR have attracted enormous interest due to the plethora of applications in defence, security, medicine, and so on. However, no continuous-wave (CW) fibre lasers beyond 4 μm based on rare-earth-doped fibres have been demonstrated thus far. Here, we report efficient mid-IR laser emission from HBr-filled silica hollow...
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Background To date, few data on the assessment of transplant renal artery stenosis (TRAS) by using inflow inversion recovery (IFIR) are available. The aims of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of IFIR in the assessment of TRAS using Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) as the reference. Results We retrospectively assessed the IFIR of 195...
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Ibrutinib is effective in the treatment of relapsed/refractory (R/R) marginal zone lymphoma (MZL) with an overall response rate (ORR) of 48%. However, factors associated with response (or lack thereof) to ibrutinib in R/R MZL in clinical practice are largely unknown. To answer this question, we performed a multicenter (25 US centers) cohort study a...
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The development of Ethnic Politics in China can date back to 80 years ago. As of today, its disciplinary system and norms have been established in a systematic approach, and many significant academic achievements have been made. After having systematically reviewed the academic history of Frontier Politics originating in the 1940s and the Ethnic Po...
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Some science education researchers have presented either isolated findings on specific points in time during the pandemic or non-empirical insights or suggestions for how teachers, district leaders, policymakers, and others should take up the learnings from the pandemic to move science education forward. However, there are few studies published to...
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Background Meningioma is the most common type of benign primary brain tumor that is rarely associated with distant metastasis. No established treatment strategy for metastatic meningiomas exists to date. Herein, we report a case of solitary pulmonary metastasis of meningioma detected 2 years after neurosurgical resection of the primary tumor. Case...
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Virtual interlining, the use of actively marketed self-connecting flight itineraries, is often assumed to be a money-saving air travel strategy. Earlier research on this topic broadly confirmed the money-saving character of virtual interlining, but to date non-monetary costs associated with this price advantage have not yet been systematically exam...
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Background SARS-CoV-2 is known to transmit in hospital settings, but the contribution of infections acquired in hospitals to the epidemic at a national scale is unknown. Methods We used comprehensive national English datasets to determine the number of COVID-19 patients with identified hospital-acquired infections (with symptom onset > 7 days afte...
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Symposium Website and program: https://cerealsmolecular.wixsite.com/website-2/copy-of-home. Up to date, the attendance will be at Assiut University, Egypt. Registration is available for Egyptian researchers (deadline of application 25.10.2022). However, if the international attendee would like to attend in person, please contact us (mgbs17@aun.ed...
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We survey extant literature on the economics of blockchain fundamentals, with particular focus on Bitcoin, proof-of-work, and proof-of-stake. We formally clarify Bitcoin's economic significance in solving the double-spending problem without a centralized entity. We then transition to the economics literature, highlighting the key endogenous economi...
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A novel exact analytical solution is derived for the equation y'''' + x^n y = 0 in the region x ≥ 0 , which is important for the analysis of piles in soil with stiffness varying with depth. To date, exact solutions for long piles are available only for the cases where n = − 4 , 0 and 1 . For other values of the exponent n , solutions have formerly...
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The ejection of a mixture of solid (soil) and liquid (water) phases is one of the aspects of the energy dissipation of the impacting drop during the soil splash phenomenon. All calculations to date have only been taking into account the ejection of solid phase material and were based on significant simplifications of the measured quantities. Theref...
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Commercial ships frequently operate under irregular sea conditions; hence, their performance must be estimated through simulations in a more realistic environment. To date, a number of experiments and numerical studies have been conducted using regular waves to estimate added resistance. In this study, the performance of the KVLCC2 hull considering...
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The Learning Organization Journal Scopus CiteScore 2020: 5.1 ISSN: 0969-6474 Call for papers for a Special Issue on Gig Workers and Learning Organizations Opening date for manuscripts submissions: 01/08/2022 Closing date for manuscripts submission: 01/11/2022
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Dear Academicians / Research Scholars / Industry Experts, Greetings!! As an Editor, I am pleased to invite you and your colleagues to contribute the complete book chapters in the form of research articles, special notes, case studies etc. for our upcoming edited book entitled, “Management 4.0: Empowering Managers through Emerging Technologies” wh...
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The expansion of sugarcane crop in watersheds, located in the regions of Marilia and Presidente Prudente, in the interior of São Paulo, by replacing degraded pastures, is altering soil cover, and influencing in control of erosive processes. This article aims to analyze the land cover changes in the basin of Confusao's stream and relate to the param...
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The 13th Engaging With Vietnam Conference: “Knowledge Production in the Age of Metrics and Global Rankings” Dates: 23-31 October 2022 Venue: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam For more information, please visit the Engaging With Vietnam website: http://engagingwithvietnam.org/
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The subjects described in the book are BCC-algebras and an even wider class of weak BCC-algebras. The aim of the book is to summarize the achievements to date in the subject and to present them in the form of a logically created theory. Through appropriate grading and a precise description of the steps of the proofs, this theory is easily assimilat...
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The recognition of Nature and the Environment as sociocultural constructions is key to enhance a transformational socio-ecological change. That means understanding the production of their different socio-cultural meanings, how societies tackle them, and to what extent different understandings can condition the implementation of a deep socio-ecologi...
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This study examines service models in the public sector and the role of government in service delivery. Although business models are extensively studied in the literature, especially with regards to the private sector, relatively few studies to date have focused on business models in the public sphere. We build on the existing literature on busines...
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The names and meanings of the New England, New York, Midwest and Great Lakes Indian tribes are taken from over forty rare maps from the collection of Herman & (the late) Barbara Bender. These maps and prints offer the public a first hand and close-up glimpse of the history of exploration of the North American continent. The select pieces date betwe...
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The names and meanings of the New England, New York, Midwest and Great Lakes Indian tribes are taken from over forty rare maps from the collection of Herman & (the late) Barbara Bender. These maps and prints offer the public a first hand and close-up glimpse of the history of exploration of the North American continent. The select pieces date betwe...
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A comprehensive summary of the up to date collected information (some unpublished), reseach and background to one of the large impact structures in Europe. Introduction of orographic maps. Test of alternative method for gravity interpretation based on strain distribution. Provides an integrated model of the lateral and depth extent of the impact st...
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The Economy of Deuteronomy’s Core contributes to the current debate over the date and purpose of the biblical book of Deuteronomy to advance the discussion beyond the Josianic hypothesis of Wilhelm M. L. de Wette that has dominated the field for the last two centuries. It is the first comprehensive analysis and synthesis of the economy of the laws...
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Iasos. The amphora from the Diokle's portico area Comparanda indicate a date in the 10th or 11th century for a nearly intact amphora brought to light near the exedras of Diokles during the 1968 excavation at Iasos. With its context and a small inscription in Kufic script on an exedra wall, the piece provides an important aid to dating the frequenta...
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Recent archaeological investigations in the lagunas di Santa Giusta and Mistras, waterlogged sites in central-west Sardinia, Italy, have enabled the recovery of archaeobotanical remains, exceptional in terms of quantity and preservation, dated to the Archaic and Punic periods in the 7th–3rd century bc . Among the finds was a significant amount of O...
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All the submitted book chapters will be reviewed by the experts of related areas. Moreover, the review process will maintain the strictness in case of originality of the papers along with their qualities and importance in current trends. Publication Submission of abstract Abstract of maximum 200 words (along with maximum five keywords and 2020 AMS...
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In mammals, trait variation is often reported to be greater among males than females. However, to date, mainly only morphological traits have been studied. Energy expenditure represents the metabolic costs of multiple physical, physiological, and behavioral traits. Energy expenditure could exhibit particularly high greater male variation through a...
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Seventy-five years ago, Pierre Bonnet issued a petition to the Commission for Zoological Nomenclature, requesting that action be taken to ensure the availability of Carl Clerck’s widely used names for some of Europe’s most common spiders, despite their publication before the official starting point of zoological nomenclature. His efforts were succe...
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To date, the most common insulating oil used in oil-immersed transformers is mineral insulating (MI) oil, which is derived from petroleum. Owing to the depletion of petroleum over the years, it can be anticipated that petroleum-derived products such as MI oils will also deplete in the future. MI oils are not only non-renewable, but they are also no...
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Sensors installed on moving vehicles have been extensively used for condition monitoring and structural assessment of bridges in the recent years. These methods which are known as mobile sensing, indirect or drive-by bridge monitoring rely on the fact that the dynamic responses measured on a passing vehicle on a bridge contain bridge-related compon...
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This research primarily aims at the development of a new estimation scheme exploiting the argument of dual use of auxiliary information. The objectives are obtained by materializing the new family of estimators, where the dual use of Supplementary Information is substantiated with the launch of the empirical distribution function of the auxiliary v...
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Machine learning (ML) has been increasingly used to aid aerodynamic shape optimization (ASO), thanks to the availability of aerodynamic data and continued developments in deep learning. We review the applications of ML in ASO to date and provide a perspective on the state-of-the-art and future directions. We first introduce conventional ASO and cur...
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A displaced left upper bronchus is a rare anomaly. We report the case of a 45-year-old man with a displaced bronchus, branching from the left main bronchus and bifurcating into the apicoposterior and anterior segment bronchi of the left upper lobe. The displaced bronchus passed behind the left pulmonary artery. To our knowledge, 12 similar cases of...
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Previous works have established the response and failure behaviour of hybrid (CFRP-GFRP) laminates when subjected to a wide range of destabilising loads. However, to date no works have focused on plates with cut-outs under shear loading and quantified the influence of selective laminate shapes and hybridisation on their post-buckling response. Here...
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Chitosanase, a glycoside hydrolase (GH), catalyzes the cleavage of β-1,4-glycosidic bonds in polysaccharides and is widely distributed in nature. Many organisms produce chitosanases, and numerous chitosanases in the GH families have been intensely studied. The reported chitosanases mainly cleaved the inter-glucosamine glycosidic bonds, while substr...
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Background Throughout their range, red deer are a well-studied species. In Italy, this species occupies two ecologically different ranges: the Alps and the Apennines. Although several studies have described the spatial behaviour of red deer in the Italian Alps, no data are available for the Apennine population. Results The spatial behaviours of 13...
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Flywheel iso-inertial training (FIT) has become increasingly popular as a training modality. During exercise, the user accelerates the flywheel exerting maximal force throughout the CON phase of the movement. As the tether winds, the device stores kinetic energy from the flywheel disc (Wonders., 2019) which can subsequently be used to create an ec...
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It’s been 2.5 years ( as on date), since these dual one piece implants and cement and screw free monolithic Zirconia crown was successfully placed .Last week, completed the latest follow up as well. Clinically and Radiographically it’s been doing very well and without any issues.The poster shows follow up to 1.6 years.
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The first step in time value analysis is to set up a time line, which will help you visualize what’s happening in a particular problem. As an illustration, consider the following diagram, where PV represents $100 that is on hand today, and FV is the value that will be in the account on a future date
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This reflection/opinion is based on an opinion about the difficulties (stress factors) experienced by people hosting Ukrainian families. There are few articles to date that address this issue.
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The Korea Meteorological Agency (KMA) has monitored flowering dates over the past 100 years for seven economically important woody plant species. This unique dataset is perfect for understanding whether historical patterns of phenological plasticity are breaking down in the face of recent and rapid climate change. Here we show that a scientist arme...
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The aim of this study was to test the adaptability of seven (Triticum durum Desf.) genotypes grown under semi-arid conditions. The experiment was carried out at the Agricultural Experimental Station of Setif (Algeria), in a design of random blocks with three replications; the plant material used in this study consisted of seven genotypes (Triticum...