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Chapter contributions are invited from leading scholars, eminent experts and researchers in the field of Cyrus the Great studies for an exciting new comprehensive series of books "Encyclopedia of Cyrus the Great Studies", to be published in 2023 and the following years. This book will be submitted to Springer for publication. Previous books by the...
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Call for Book Chapters The deadline to submit a chapter to the book entitled "Artificial Intelligence Enabled Management: An Emerging Economy Perspective" by Dr Rubee Singh Dr Shahbaz Khan Prof Dr. Anil Kumar Bandrana Prof. Vikas Kumar is approaching! The deadline for full chapter submission is 31 May, 2023, Send your abstract before 15th Feb, 20...
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Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) has a pivotal role in smart manufacturing for strict requirements of human-centricity, sustainability, and resilience. However, existing HRC development mainly undertakes either a human-dominant or robot-dominant manner, where human and robotic agents reactively perform operations by following pre-defined instruction...
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Triggered by the Russo-Ukrainian war starting early in 2022 and the subsequent movement of refugees toward various European countries, this rapid response paper provides five reflections on the role of social entrepreneurship in light of humanitarian crises. We validate two problems with the help of a problem owner from social entrepreneurial pract...
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Please, find more details for this call and all the submission information at the following link: https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/50320/frontiers-in-marine-sciences-social-sciences-and-engineering-research-related-to-marine-renewable-en You can reach out to our dedicated point of contact at Frontiers, Miya Tang, at miya.tang@frontiersin...
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The skeletal system is responsible for weight-bearing, organ protection, and movement. Bone diseases caused by trauma, infection, and aging can seriously affect a patient's quality of life. Bone targeted biomaterials are suitable for the treatment of bone diseases. Biomaterials with bone-targeted properties can improve drug utilization and reduce s...
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Dear Colleagues, Development of patient-based medicine raises a question of more detailed biomechanical models of different tissues. On one hand, geometric parameters of organs influence a lot on biomechanical behavior. On the other hand, the structure of biological tissue provides special mechanical behavior. For more detailed simulation both geom...
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Flexible piezoelectrics realise the conversion between mechanical movements and electrical power by conformally attaching onto curvilinear surfaces, which are promising for energy harvesting of biomedical devices due to their sustainable body movements and/or deformations. Developing secondary functions of flexible piezoelectric energy harvesters i...
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A name entity (NE) is a proper name that designates a person, location, or organization. For humans, named entity recognition (NER) is a straightforward process insofar as many named entities are self-names, and most of them have initial capital letters and can be easily recognized, but it is very difficult for machines. This study discusses resear...
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The open access journal Remote Sensing (IF: 4.509, ISSN 2072-4292) is pleased to announce that we have launched a new Special Issue entitled “Geospatial Foundation Model in Urban Environments: Challenges and New Technologies” Given the depth of your expertise in this field, I would like to cordially invite you to contribute an article to the Speci...
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We are delighted to invite you to participate in Research Innovations in Sustainable Marketing (RISM2023): A Global Virtual Symposium. Sponsored by the Shidler College of Business, University of Hawai'i and endorsed by business schools from around the world, RISM2023 is the first global online symposium that brings together leading scholars to sha...
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The use of physical robots in real-world laboratories for the study of human-robot interaction is not without limitations and logis-tical challenges. In response, a wide range of studies have begun using virtual representations of robots. However, very few of these platforms are openly available to the HRI community. This limits reproducibility and...
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Regional demands for statehood in India have had an aspiration towards a "nationalization" of their issues in the hopes of accommodation. In the case of the Gorkhaland movement for separate statehood in northern West Bengal, the competition among regional forces to occupy and share a "national political space" from the "margins" has fueled the incr...
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Emergency call as a typical institutional interaction is highly task-driven. The call-taker at the emergency service needs to have qualified professional knowledge, including communication ability, so as to maximally use the information provided by the caller, to make sound judgement, and to correctly decide whether to provide the required emergenc...
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Geometric thinking skills remained a topical issue in mathematics education. The purpose of this research is to investigate the van Hiele levels of geometric thinking skills of the students in Sokoto state to provide a clear picture of the students' levels for the appropriate development of learning activities, and better understanding. The study i...
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This paper is to deal with the mechanism design problem for constructing deployable polyhedral mechanisms on the basis of novel basic units with an additive-then-subtractive design strategy. The aimed deployable polyhedral mechanisms can be, but are not limited to, Platonic and Archimedean solids. The basic units involved in the type synthesis proc...
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Computing students are expected to contribute to large unfamiliar codebases as they transition from university to industry settings. While computing courses provide students ample opportunities to write code independently or utilize abstract functionalities from standard libraries, students have fewer opportunities to read or extend codebases writt...
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W dniach 2-6 maja 2022 r. w CERN odbyła się pierwsza roczna konferencja projektu Horyzont 2020 I.FAST wspierania innowacji w obszarze nauki i technologii akceleratorów cząsteczkowych. Projekt ma zupełnie odmienny charakter od poprzedników w tym obszarze nauki i techniki. Został zatwierdzony do realizacji rok temu przez EC z najwyższymi notami. Wart...
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Dear Professors, I hope this post finds you well! Currently, I am in the process of editing a forthcoming publication entitled Contemporary Applications of Data Fusion for Advanced Healthcare Informatics, to be published by IGI Global, an international publisher of progressive academic research. I would like to take this opportunity to cordially in...
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Lightbulb Moments in Human History tracks humanity’s big ideas and the eccentricities of people who conceived them. Along the way, you’ll find answers to questions like: Why did the Sumerians have Temple prostitutes? Just how psychotic was the God of the Old Testament? Why did parents in Ancient Greece encourage their young sons to take older male...
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Preliminary research operationalized autonomy strength narrowly as hope for autonomy satisfaction, while neglecting to consider fear of frustration as an important source of motivation. However, developmental antecedents and outcomes of hope and fear components of motives are distinct. Thus, we took a differentiate perspective on autonomy strength,...
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Central nervous system (CNS) tumors are the most common solid malignancy in the pediatric population. Based on adoptive cellular therapy's clinical success against childhood leukemia and the preclinical efficacy against pediatric CNS tumors, chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells offer hope of improving outcomes for recurrent tumors and universall...
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The purpose of this study was to determine the survival rate (SR), the Average Daily Growth (ADG), and the Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) with a dynamic system model. The dynamic system model is used to determine the optimal value of the three variables. The results showed that the survival rate, average daily g...
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Treating older adults with cancer is increasingly important in modern oncology practice. However, we currently lack the high-quality evidence needed to guide optimal management of this heterogeneous group. Principally, historic under-recruitment of older adults to clinical trials limits our understanding of how existing evidence can be applied to t...
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Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic is a considerable challenge for infected patients who require more attention for recovery. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the lived experience of patients with COVID-19. Methods: This qualitative, hermeneutic phenomenological study was conducted in the southeast of Iran from March to May 2020. The data w...
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Learning is influenced by resources, context, and student input. High-achieving students who come from underprivileged families have supportive social capital to make up for the low financial and human capital in their families. The question addressed in this article is how to increase social capital in low-income families. This is a qualitative st...
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Precursors as informer pioneers of near future occurrence of earthquakes, are very diverse in their natures. We examined three short term possible precursors contain foreshocks, b-value variations, and amplitude abnormalities in the Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio signals for the November 14, 2021 Fin double-earthquakes. By searching earthquakes one...
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Topics related to sustainable economic development are currently important issues in the modern world. However, the implementation of this concept and related operational strategies raises many controversies. On the one hand, it offers hope for ecological, safe, and independent economic development, while on the other hand, it raises public concern...
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This is an anthology of articles that offers a Brazilian national and international perspective, plus results from research into and case studies of sexual harassment in college environments. The field of study of gender violence at universities is promising, with many studies, discussions, and interventions still needed on scales micro and macro,...
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This quantitative study explored the relationship between hope, a psychological construct (Snyder, 2000), and college students’ mental health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic, as measured by their loneliness, depression, and stress levels. Analyzing survey data from a non-random probability sample of 257 college students, results indicate that...
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There is increased range of human health disorders due to exposure to toxic metals such as lead as well as negligible levels of essential elements in the bodies of males. exposure to lead may emanate from manufacturing industries (where males predominate), consumption of exposed and canned foods among other lifestyle changes. Human males are poor e...
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Morals are behaviors that arise from good or bad habits. They help us to know what is right and wrong, and what is useful or not useful for ourselves. This research is a mix of library research (using books and other sources) and field research (gathering data through observation and interviews). The field research part of this study involved talki...
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Water waves are common phenomena in nature, which have attracted extensive attention of researchers. In the present paper, we first deduce five kinds of bilinear auto-Bäcklund transformations of the generalized (3+1)-dimensional Kadomtsev–Petviashvili equation starting from the specially exchange identities of the Hirota bilinear operators; then, w...
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We have identified weather factors that may influence the reproductive characteristics of roe deer and wild boar, and thus the harvest rates in the future. By exploring the weather and other factors affecting reproductive success, considering the likely scenarios of climate change, we hope to predict future changes in reproductive capacity and, in...
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This book includes the abstracts of all the papers presented at the 10th Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World (3-6 January 2023), organized by the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER). These abstracts, and the short narratives that highlight what we have seen as they came together 'live' and on vid...
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We present a study of nearby dwarf galaxies selected from the Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA (ALFALFA) blind H i survey. A primary goal of the project was to utilize a nonstandard selection method with the hope of detecting previously unrecognized extremely metal-poor (XMP) galaxies. The study was motivated by the recent discovery of two XMP galaxies, Le...
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We propose to transform the characters of a small part of the Torah into the binary domain. We will sequence the resulting bit arrays and place them in a logical order. We intend to reflect that ordering back within the original Hebrew domain in the hope that we achieve a clear text transposition of the entire Torah. We will examine the order and d...
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Highlights This study revealed the internal mechanism of NSSI from the perspective of “environment-psychological ability-behavior” for the first time. The results showed that resilience played a mediating role between perceived social support and adolescent NSSI behavior. In this study, we found that hope and resilience, which are both positive psy...
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This thesis represents the main research (blast furnace modeling) that I did during my Ph.D. study from 03-2017 to 08-2020 at the University of New South Wales. Many of the contents (Chapters 3-11) have been published online while some are not. In Chapter 1, a brief literature review regarding blast furnace modeling works is included. Chapter 2 bri...
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To investigate the influence of geographic constrains to mobility on SARS-CoV-2 circulation before the advent of vaccination, we recently characterized the occurrence in Sicily of viral lineages in the second pandemic wave (September to December 2020). Our data revealed wide prevalence of the then widespread through Europe B.1.177 variant, although...
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This research reveals the existence of a number of binary oppositions and dismantling of the order contained in the short story Saksi Mata by Agus Noor. Saksi Mata short stories were chosen because they reveal something unusual and even inversely proportional to what we find in people's lives factually. The analysis in the short story Saksi Mata wa...
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In engineering practice, investment activities related to the construction of a building are still limited to the idea of a linear cradle to grave (C2G) economy. The aim of the study is to determine the ecological and economic benefits inherent in the reuse of structural elements of a hall building using the idea of a Cradle to Cradle (C2C) looped...
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In 2023, the radical opposition and its affiliated public groups will once again try to change the government, and most likely through a revolution, because, as one of their leaders admitted, they no longer hope to win "routine" elections. What can create the illusion and hope of success for the radical opposition? First of all, this is another rej...
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Patience is important to be taught by fathers to their children because it is very relevant, has an impact on children's social emotional intelligence, and is related to children's success in the future. This article intends to examine the contribution of fathers in instilling patience in children in Christian families. By using the description met...
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Proponents of category theory long hoped to escape the limits of set theory by founding mathematics on an unlimited category theory in which large categories, such as the category Grp of all groups, the category Top of all topological spaces, and the category Cat of all categories, would be (first-class) entities rather than just classes. Several p...
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The ongoing COVID19 pandemic is having detrimental effects on the mental and emotional well-being of many adults and children. It is relevant therefore to explore the combination of personal strengths and attributes that can help an individual develop resilience to such stress. Little is known about how psychological strength assets resilience fact...
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Solar energy is considered one of the most hopeful alternative sources to avoiding dependence on fossil fuels, and it does not cause any air pollution. GIS-based solar energy potential evaluation is mainly focused on regional scale; further, more solar energy potential evaluation with building scale is calculated through observation data and mathem...
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Covid-19 is a deadly virus that attacks the human respiratory system and is transmitted by splashing saliva (drops). The existence of the Covid-19 pandemic has made conventional face-to-face learning no longer possible in various regions.This study aims to analyze the impact of the Covid-19 virus pandemic on the implementation of physical education...
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RET-selective tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) selpercatinib and pralsetinib have revolutionized the landscape of RET-positive (RET+) advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) treatment thanks to their efficacy and safety profiles. This class of medications currently represents the standard of care for both naïve and patients that have not recei...
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This essay offers a decolonial analysis of the inaugural moment of the United States’ Cold War project—the nuclear weapon “testing” in oceanic environments. As an alternative to the usual framing of Pikinni Atoll as a site of the Cold War arms race that tends to invisibilize Marshallese experiences through a Cold War binary logic, this article invi...
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The implementation or application of Pancasila values in this globalization or modern era is still not optimal. In this era of globalization, many foreign cultures have entered Indonesia, especially K-pop culture. K-pop culture (Korean pop) has received a lot of attention, especially young people. The K-pop (Korean pop) music culture originating fr...
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Dear Colleagues, I'm pleased to announce the launch of this new Special Issue in the MDPI Journal "Fishes", hoping to receive your valuable contributions. Marco Direct link to SI: https://lnkd.in/dfb2E5yQ #MDPI #Fishes #Morphology #Biology #Zoology #Ecology #Aquatic #Environment #Animals
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Background and Significance:Much discussion has surrounded how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted youth mental health, but less has been done to determine its impact on teachers. Youth First, Inc. of Evansville, IN places masters-level social workers in K-12 schools, providing critical support for Indiana youth. A common report among Youth First social...
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RESUMEN Se presenta un acercamiento al rumor en torno a la pandemia, especialmente en México, con objeto de ver sus características y función benéfica en un contexto de crisis. Se revisan mensajes en medios e instituciones y sin desconocer rumores peligrosos, se focalizan los considerados positivos. Como resultado, se señalan algunos beneficios men...
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Although much of the literature on pets in disasters associates the failure to evacuate pets with a weak or absent human–animal bond, rapid-onset disasters challenge the foundations of that claim. Colorado’s Marshall Fire, which occurred on 30 December 2021, took the lives of more than 1000 pets. The fire began in open grassland and quickly became...
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Surface charge accumulation is the potential criminal for surface insulation failure on spacers under direct current (DC) voltages. The existence of thermal gradient posing the difficulty of surface charge regulation. This study proposes a temperature‐dependent adaptive conductivity coating technique for surppressing surface charge accumulation und...
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This paper draws on data from a qualitative study of youth climate activists in Cyprus to explore the notion of temporality implied in how youth interrogate intergenerational relations in the context of their struggle against climate change and the tensions therein. Acknowledging the structural age inequalities that limit their actions, youth activ...
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IntroductionBitter peptides are short peptides with potential medical applications. The huge potential behind its bitter taste remains to be tapped. To better explore the value of bitter peptides in practice, we need a more effective classification method for identifying bitter peptides.Methods In this study, we developed a Random forest (RF)-based...
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The quality of any scientific journal relies on a high caliber peer-review process. Reviewers invest their time altruistically to help authors improve their manuscripts. They are selected based on their expertise, and each review received by the Editors of the EJVES is scored according to its quality from 1-100 points. We monitor all reviewers' per...
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In “Games and the Art of Agency,” Thi Nguyen argues that games both highlight and foster a profound complexity in human motivation, in the form of “purposeful and managed agential disunity.” I agree that human agency is “fluid and fleeting” rather than stable and unified; but I argue that Nguyen’s analysis itself relies on a traditional conception...
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The government healthcare system unintentionally excludes the destitute in several ways. In this article, a “slum’s-eye” perspective on the public healthcare system is offered through reflections on stories of tuberculosis patients in urban poor neighbourhoods. We hope these stories contribute to discourse on how to strengthen the public healthcare...
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Purpose of Review The goal of our manuscript is to address the diagnostic challenges in coccidioidomycosis related infections among solid organ transplant (SOT) and hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) recipients. We hope to answer the utility of different methods in reaching the diagnosis and tackle each test’s limitation in SOT and HSCT reci...
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This study aims to describe the perceptions of class XI IIS students towards history learning at Madrasah Aliyah Nurussalam Tetebatu, East Lombok. This study used descriptive qualitative research methods, the informants in this study were students of class XI IIS Madrasah Aliyah Nurussalam Tetebatu, East Lombok. Data collection is done through ques...
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This article aims to discuss the supervision strategy of guidance and counseling services based on integrated instructional strategy. Namely the BK service supervision strategy which consists of a set defined by each component, which helps ensure it is embedded in the design and instructions. This strategy can also be an alternative for BK teachers...
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Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related death. Lung cancer mortality has decreased over the past decade, which is partly attributed to improved treatments. Curative surgery for patients with early-stage lung cancer is the standard of care, but not all surgical treatments have a good prognosis. Adjuvant and neoadjuvant chemotherap...
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In the 1980s at the University of Washington, Marsha Linehan spe-cialized in the treatment of women diagnosed with borderline per-sonality disorder (BPD) with typical presentations of suicidal and self-harm behaviors. Although she initially used Cognitive Behavior-al Therapy, or CBT, in their treatment, she found that the approach was ineffective f...
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Community-engaged research must reflect the uniqueness of the specific community involved. To help researchers produce quality community-engaged research with the veteran community, the authors of this paper (a coalition of both veterans and academic researchers) have highlighted essential considerations when engaging the veteran community in the r...
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Diffuse gastric mucosal injury is a chronic injury with altered cell differentiation, including spasmolytic polypeptide expression metaplasia (SPEM) and intestinal metaplasia (IM), which are considered precancerous lesions of gastric cancer (GC). Previously, most studies have focused on how parietal cell loss causes SPEM through transdifferentiatio...
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Objectives. To identify the relationship in body image, self-compassion and Sexual distress in patients who have undergone mastectomy and to determine body image and self-compassion as a predictor of sexual distress. Method: The sample size for this study was 74 women participants, approached from the oncology departments of three government hospit...
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Cellular network planning and deployment represent a set of activities that operators have been performing since the advent of mobile wireless communication systems. Decisions along this route traditionally have been based on engineering or commercial criteria, focusing on providing the best service to users. Although operator companies gather info...
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Yogyakarta is a province that has many features, both cultural and natural. One of the factors driving the economic growth of a region is the agricultural sector, which can be a promising opportunity, apart from being a producer of economic growth it can also have the opportunity to be a driver of growth in other development sectors in an area. One...
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The intersection of social media and politics is yet another realm in which Computational Social Science has a paramount role to play. In this review, I examine the questions that computational social scientists are attempting to answer – as well as the tools and methods they are developing to do so – in three areas where the rise of social media h...
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Purpose – This study aims to identify character building for preschool-aged children in the era of disruption. This research produces percentages regarding applying the four character values: honesty, discipline, tolerance and independence.Design/methods/approach – This study uses a quantitative research method with a descriptive type. In this rese...
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In the beginning was art, and art was with philosophy, and art was philosophy. Theories of art developed by philosophers of the Islamic era were in large measure unknown when I began my work. This was especially true of philosophers like al-Fārābī, who was unknown as a philosopher of art even in the context in which he is located, Persia. This ha...
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COVID-19 pandemic is a major worldwide health disaster firstly reported in December 2019. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has offered the public hope of halting it, authorizing vaccinations for emergency use with more than 85% efficacy against serious acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV-2). Recent outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2 variations includin...
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Time information plays an important role in the areas of data mining, information retrieval, and natural language processing. Among the linguistic tasks related to time expressions, time expression recognition and normalization (TERN) is fundamental for other downstream tasks. Researchers from these areas have devoted considerable effort in the las...
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The high incidence of heart failure secondary to myocardial infarction (MI) has been difficult to effectively address. MI causes strong aseptic inflammation, and infiltration of different immune cells and changes in the local inflammatory microenvironment play a key regulatory role in ventricular remodeling. Therefore, the possibility of improving...
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In this commentary we present an analogy between Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe's classic poem, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, and institutional learning analytics. In doing so, we hope to provoke institutions with a simple heuristic when considering their learning analytics initiatives. They might ask themselves, "Are we behaving like the sorcerer's appre...
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The scholarship on social work education currently lacks accounts of first-time experiences teaching a Bachelor's-level social work course, which is distinct in a number of respects from Master's-level education. This teaching note shared the experience of the authors teaching a Bachelor's-level social work practice course for the first time, in pe...
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When teachers are giving affective education, their emotional communication with students is a kind of state or process during which teachers’ work pressure can be alleviated when they are cultivating students’ sentiment, in the meantime, they also could attain positive mental quality and a sense of vocational happiness. Regarding the relationship...
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Cancer, as the uncontrollable cell growth, is related to many branches of biology. In this review, we will discuss three mathematical approaches for studying cancer biology: population dynamics, gene regulation, and developmental biology. If we understand all biochemical mechanisms of cancer cells, we can directly calculate how the cancer cell popu...
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The application of the Qur'an for the memorizers in adding and maintaining their memorization continues to grow in number. No less than 200 digital Qur'an applications are available on mobile application providers. In addition, publications on the topic of the digital Qur'an in the last ten years have also increased. Through these applications and...
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The establishment of phosphate mines and processing plants by Italian entrepreneurs in el-Quseir in 1912 revitalized a town that had faced a steady decline after the opening of the Suez Canal and re-linked it to the world economy. To this day, the now defunct industrial site occupies a large section of physical el-Quseir and plays a key role in its...
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This study aims to see how active efforts are made by the Depok City FKH to help strengthen the green open space procurement policy in Depok City. The type of research method used is qualitative with a case study approach. Then the theory used in this research is Deep Ecology which was coined by Arne Naess. The results of the study explain that the...