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Hybrid design tools for conceptual design and design engineering processes: bridging the design gap: towards an intuitive design tool

Wendrich, Robert Eric (2016)

Hybrid Design Tools; Representation; Computational Synthesis. Non-linear, non-explicit, non-standard thinking and ambiguity in design tools has a great impact on enhancement of creativity during ideation and conceptualization. Tacit-tangible representation based on a mere idiosyncratic and ...

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Four-wheeled walker related injuries in older adults in the Netherlands

Riel, K. M M et al. (1 févr. 2014)

markdownabstractABSTRACT Background With ageing populations worldwide, mobility devices are used more than ever. In the current literature there is no consensus whether the available mobility devices safely improve the mobility of their users. Also, evidence is lacking concerning the risks and types ...

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LOT, a meso scale mechanistic tool for Porous Asphalt mixture design; winter damage and LOT validation

Huurman, M. et al. (4 août 2010)

By assignment of the Centre for Transport and Navigation (DVS) of the Dutch Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management the Delft University of Technology developed LOT. LOT is a Lifetime Optimisation Tool for Porous Asphalt, PA, based on meso scale structural modelling. LOT sees an ...

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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : Execution issues (Mihai GHEORGHIADE)

(1 déc. 2012)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012: HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOP LEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALS Chairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USA Webcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRA Decreasing ...

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Investigating Implemented Process Design: A Case Study on the Impact of Process-aware Information Systems on Core Job Dimensions

Mutschler, B. et al. (juin 2007)

Adequate process design particularly means that a process fulfills its stakeholders’ expectations. However, when designing process-aware information systems (PAIS), one stakeholder and his expectations are often neglected: the end user. Frequently, this results in end user fears, which, in turn, ...

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Optimism and adaptation to chronic disease: the role of optimism in relation to self-care options of type I diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

Fournier, M. et al. (2002)

OBJECTIVES: To determine the role of optimistic beliefs in adaptation processes of three chronic diseases different in controllability by self-care. It was expected that optimism towards the future would relate to adaptation independently of the controllability of disease. Optimism regarding one's ...

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Flavonol and flavone intakes in US health professionals

Sampson, L. et al. (2002)

Objective To determine flavonoid content of US foods, mean individual intakes, major food sources, and associations with other nutrients. Subjects US men (n=37,886) and women (n=78,886) who completed a semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire in 1990. Design Men and women completed a ...

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On how AI & Law can help autonomous systems obey the law: a position paper

Prakken, Hendrik (2016)

In this position paper I discuss to what extent current and past AI & law research is relevant for research on autonomous intelligent systems that exhibit legally relevant behaviour. After a brief review of the history of AI & law, I will compare the problems faced by autonomous intelligent systems ...

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Effectiveness of guideline-based care by occupational physicians on the return-to-work of workers with common mental disorders: design of a cluster-randomised controlled trial

van Beurden, Karlijn M. et al. (6 mars 2013)

Background: Sickness absence due to common mental disorders (such as depression, anxiety disorder, adjustment disorder) is a problem in many Western countries. Long-term sickness absence leads to substantial societal and financial costs. In workers with common mental disorders, sickness absence ...

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