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NSG 6630 All Week Discussions Latest SU By jon kelly
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NSG 6630 All Week Discussions Latest SU NSG 6630 Week 1 Discussion Discuss your chosen area of practice and how your choice of precepted sites and your preceptor will help prepare you to assume... More > this role on graduation from South University. NSG 6630 Week 2 Discussion How can you use data for decision making and change processes to promote and improve patient quality and safety outcomes?< Less
NSG 6630 Week 2 Discussions Latest SU By james joe
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NSG 6630 Week 2 Discussions Latest SU NSG 6630 Week 2 Discussion How can you use data for decision making and change processes to promote and improve patient quality and safety outcomes? Describe... More > why nurse leaders must identify supporters and opponents of any change process. Discuss challenges the transformational nurse leader faces with any kind of planned change.< Less
Navigating Campus: A Geospatial Approach to 3-D Routing By Jake Jenkins
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Evolving needs for universities, municipalities, and corporations demand more sustainable and efficient techniques for data management. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) enables decision makers to... More > spatially analyze the built environment. The geospatial approach is trifold. Efficiency is increased through automation of current practices such as work requests and routine maintenance. Sustainable practices will be developed by generating self-guided campus tours. Lastly, safety will be enhanced throughout campus by increasing emergency response access. Optimizing data management was conducted in three phases. First, a baseline assessment for facility management at Kansas State University was conducted. Second, case study interviews and research was conducted with leaders in GIS management. Third, practices for geospatial data management were adapted and implemented for Kansas State University: the building of a centralized database, constructing a 3D routing network, and modeling a virtual campus in 3D.< Less
Taming The Rays By Geoff Meggitt
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A history of developments in the uses of radioactivity and ionising radiation in the last century and the measures used to protect people from harmful effects. The sources of radiation exposure... More > covered include medical uses, nuclear power generation and natural ones, such as that from radon. The book traces the evolution of our understanding of the effects of radiation on the human body, particularly those leading to cancer and hereditable diseases. One of the key challenges for practitioners was constructing manageable frameworks for evaluating these effects so that there could be effective control and regulation. The book emphasises the international nature of these efforts and the need to change approaches as more data became available after the Second World War. For the second edition the opportunity has been taken to revise the citation system and make some correction but the major change is the addition of two new Chapters:one on nuclear criticality safety and the other on nuclear safety assessment.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-13 By Christopher Monsere
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Traffic oscillations are typical features of congested traffic flow that are characterized by recurring decelerations followed by accelerations (stop-and-go driving). This report describes the... More > impact of freeway traffic oscillations on traffic safety. This study employs a matched case-control design using high resolution traffic and crash data from a freeway segment. Traffic conditions prior to each crash were taken as cases, while traffic conditions during the same periods on days without crashes were taken as controls. These were also matched by presence of congestion, geometry and weather; 82 cases were extracted from data from 2004 to 2007. Conditional logistic regression models were developed based on the case-control samples. The results reveal that the standard deviation of speed (thus, oscillations) is a significant variable. The average traffic states prior to crashes were less significant than the speed variations in congestion.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-13 By Christopher Monsere
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Traffic oscillations are typical features of congested traffic flow that are characterized by recurring decelerations followed by accelerations (stop-and-go driving). This report describes the... More > impact of freeway traffic oscillations on traffic safety. This study employs a matched case-control design using high resolution traffic and crash data from a freeway segment. Traffic conditions prior to each crash were taken as cases, while traffic conditions during the same periods on days without crashes were taken as controls. These were also matched by presence of congestion, geometry and weather; 82 cases were extracted from data from 2004 to 2007. Conditional logistic regression models were developed based on the case-control samples. The results reveal that the standard deviation of speed (thus, oscillations) is a significant variable. The average traffic states prior to crashes were less significant than the speed variations in congestion.< Less
MEM30007A Select common engineering materials By Warren Blackadder
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This unit covers recognising common materials used in engineering, assisting in the selection of a material for a specific application, and using test results to evaluate the properties of... More > materials. Topic covered include: Topic 1 – Properties of Materials: MEM30007-RQ-01 Topic 2 – Properties Data: MEM30007-RQ-02 Topic 3 – Materials Testing: MEM30007-RQ-03 Topic 4 – Structure and Properties: MEM30007-RQ-04 Topic 5 – Processing of Materials: MEM30007-RQ-05 Topic 6 – Selection of Materials: MEM30007-RQ-06 Topic 7 – Safety Parameters: MEM30007-RQ-07< Less
Automotive Electronics Industry Analysis and Forecast Report, 2016 to 2024 By susan hill
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The automotive industry is changing rapidly with increasing demand for safety and features from consumers are expected to drive the automotive electronics market in future. Emergency call system,... More > accident data recorder system, and alcohol ignition interlocks are some of the technologies examples which are expected to stimulate market growth. Integrated electronics are becoming a vital part of the industry, with classy electronic circuits, actuators, motors and sensors becoming a crucial part of the system. Approximately 60% of the cost of car cost comprises of the automotive electronic system. New technology such as driver assistance system and collision avoidance system gives an advantage by installing GPS enabled system in automotives.< Less
Empowerment Through Education By Bay Path Students
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A group of talented students from The American Women’s College have worked diligently to create this book of research articles addressing topics and issues of great importance. The purpose for... More > these research articles is to bring awareness to society, to teach and educate others, as well as highlight solutions that will lead the way to a better tomorrow. Each writer chose a topic of discussion that they found a passion for addressing. A wide spectrum of topics are addressed from child car seat safety, drug use, feminism, adoption of sheltered animals, spaying and neutering pets, role of play for educating children, racial bias, and women empowerment. These research articles were created in APA and MLA format, and encompass factual data and each writer’s personal experiences.< Less
Transportation Cost Index: A Comprehensive Performance Measure for Transportation and Land By Liming Wang
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MAP-21 and state laws are placing increasing emphasis on using comprehensive transportation performance measures that include mobility, safety, economy, livability, equity, and environmental to guide... More > transportation decision-making. One of the toughest challenges keeping DOTs and MPOs from adopting comprehensive measures in the decision process is the lack of performance measures allowing consistent comparison of multimodal performance over time and across geographic areas. This project advances a transportation cost index (TCI) initially proposed by Oregon DOT from a proof-of-concept stage to implementation and operational use at the state, MPO, and community levels. After pilot tests and early adoption in Oregon, we test TCI with varying data sources available in different states and make the software more user-friendly. Working with communities in Florida and Utah, we will test and apply TCI to regions in Florida and Utah and compare the patterns of TCI across Oregon, Florida, and Utah.< Less

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