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An Ubiquitous Service Mobility Mechanism in the Cross Domain Service Framework  [PDF]
Jung-Sik Sung, Jongmoo Sohn, Yoon-Sik Yoo, Jaedoo Huh
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2012.531103
Abstract: Service mobility has become a new issue in the area of service convergence with the advent of versatile mobile devices. Hence, we propose an open service framework with support for service mobility that executes contents and applications in a dynamic environment. For the framework, the concept and role of a device and its application for a service are redefined into the new concepts of device, execution engine, and service. Mechanisms for device profiling, user preference learning, and profile-based service recommendation are designed to enable device-capability-aware service recommendation functionality. Furthermore, a seamless service syndication mechanism is added for continuity and synchronization of service upon change of terminal, network status, or personal preference. A prototype system integrates functionalities with proprietary protocol and a content transcoder to support multiple device platforms. The prototype shows the capability of the framework in service mobility support and its advancement into an open international application platform.
Long-Term Projections of Global Food Requirements: Why Were We Wrong?  [PDF]
Ira Sohn
Natural Resources (NR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2013.42026
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This article reports on and analyzes long-term projections of world food requirements compared with observed 2000 data reported by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization. The importance of this “post-mortem” is to strengthen the case for carrying out long-term projections of essential resources—food, energy, and non-fuel minerals because of the long-lead times needed to insure that adequate global output levels of these basic ingredients of living standards will be met. This study should prove useful to those preparing today’s long-term projections, with world population projected to rise to over 9bn by mid-century.

Negligence, genuine error, and litigation
Sohn DH
International Journal of General Medicine , 2013, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/IJGM.S24256
Abstract: ligence, genuine error, and litigation Review (786) Total Article Views Authors: Sohn DH Published Date February 2013 Volume 2013:6 Pages 49 - 56 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/IJGM.S24256 Received: 08 September 2012 Accepted: 13 November 2012 Published: 15 February 2013 David H Sohn Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, OH, USA Abstract: Not all medical injuries are the result of negligence. In fact, most medical injuries are the result either of the inherent risk in the practice of medicine, or due to system errors, which cannot be prevented simply through fear of disciplinary action. This paper will discuss the differences between adverse events, negligence, and system errors; the current medical malpractice tort system in the United States; and review current and future solutions, including medical malpractice reform, alternative dispute resolution, health courts, and no-fault compensation systems. The current political environment favors investigation of non-cap tort reform remedies; investment into more rational oversight systems, such as health courts or no-fault systems may reap both quantitative and qualitative benefits for a less costly and safer health system.
Negligence, genuine error, and litigation
Sohn DH
International Journal of General Medicine , 2013,
Abstract: David H SohnDepartment of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, OH, USAAbstract: Not all medical injuries are the result of negligence. In fact, most medical injuries are the result either of the inherent risk in the practice of medicine, or due to system errors, which cannot be prevented simply through fear of disciplinary action. This paper will discuss the differences between adverse events, negligence, and system errors; the current medical malpractice tort system in the United States; and review current and future solutions, including medical malpractice reform, alternative dispute resolution, health courts, and no-fault compensation systems. The current political environment favors investigation of non-cap tort reform remedies; investment into more rational oversight systems, such as health courts or no-fault systems may reap both quantitative and qualitative benefits for a less costly and safer health system.Keywords: medical malpractice, tort reform, no fault compensation, alternative dispute resolution, system errors
Reconnaissance field report for the search of large telescope sites in the sierra San Pedro Mártir, Baja California, México
Erika Sohn
Revista mexicana de astronomía y astrofísica , 2007,
Abstract: La Sierra San Pedro Mártir en el estado de Baja California, México, es conocida por sus excelentes condiciones para la observación astronómica. Ofrece una serie de sitios con elevaciones que rebasan los 2650 m, potencialmente apropiados para la instalación de futuros grandes telescopios. Algunos de estos sitios son remotos y es necesario determinar sus rutas de acceso para efectuar mediciones de evaluación de las condiciones para la observación astronómica. Durante el verano de 2005 se visitaron seis sitios que pueden ser adecuados para la instalación de telescopios e instrumentos de medición de la calidad del cielo, para determinar sus coordenadas así como sus posibles rutas de acceso. En este trabajo se presenta una breve descripción de cada uno de estos sitios
Ergebnisse der operativen Mann-zu-Frau-Genitalangleichung bei Transsexualit t
Sohn M
Blickpunkt der Mann , 2004,
Abstract: Die operative Genitaltransformation bei Mann-zu-Frau-Transsexuellen ist inzwischen ein weitgehend standardisierter Eingriff mit akzeptablen Komplikationsraten geworden. Die Indikation zum operativen Vorgehen mu sorgf ltig unter Beachtung der Standards zur Diagnostik und Therapie von Transsexuellen gestellt werden. So bleibt der Operateur verantwortlich für die Indikation und die Durchführung des Eingriffs. Entscheidend für das langfristige Gelingen der Operation sind eine sorgf ltige Aufkl rung der Betroffenen und die Beachtung pr operativer, operativer und postoperativer Details.
Operative Geschlechtsangleichung (Mann-zu-Frau und Frau-zu-Mann): Voraussetzungen und OP-Prinzipien
Sohn M
Blickpunkt der Mann , 2007,
Abstract: Transsexualismus ist die extreme Form einer Geschlechtsidentit tsst rung (F64.0 nach ICD-10) und beinhaltet den Wunsch nach einer k rperlichen "Umwandlungsbehandlung". In Deutschland kann sch tzungsweise von 6000 8000 Betroffenen ausgegangen werden. Entscheidende Bedeutung hat die Diagnostik und Differentialdiagnostik vor Einleitung hormoneller und operativer Ma nahmen. Bei gutachterlicher Sicherung der Diagnose und Indikation zur Therapie sind die gesetzlichen Kostentr ger zur übernahme der Behandlungskosten verpflichtet. Jeder operativen Therapie sollte eine mindestens sechsmonatige gegengeschlechtliche Hormontherapie unter endokrinologischer Kontrolle vorausgehen. Die deutschen "Standards" in der Behandlung weichen von den internationalen Standards in einigen Forderungen ab, so in der Dauer des vor k rperver ndernden Ma nahmen einzuhaltenden Alltagstests. Bei Mann-zu-Frau- (MzF-) Transsexuellen stellt die operative Genitalangleichung den zentralen Eingriff dar, der inzwischen weitgehend standardisiert werden konnte. Brustaugmentationen sollten, falls erforderlich, sp ter durchgeführt werden, um den hormonablativen Effekt der Orchiektomie abwarten zu k nnen. Bei Frau-zu-Mann- (FzM-) Transsexuellen beginnt die operative Geschlechtsangleichung mit Brustreduktion und Hysterektomie, an die sich optionell die Genitaltransformation mit Formung eines Neopenis und eines Neoskrotums mit Vaginektomie anschlie t. Die mikrochirurgischen M glichkeiten der Transposition freier Lappen erm glichen in mehreren Sitzungen die Schaffung eines funktionellen und kosmetisch zufriedenstellenden Sexualorgans, auch wenn eine Standardisierung des Operationsverlaufs international noch nicht erreicht werden konnte.
Teacher turnover: An issue of workgroup racial diversity.
Kitae Sohn
Education Policy Analysis Archives , 2009,
Abstract: One neglected aspect of the teacher labor supply is a recent increase in the proportion of minority teachers. Using the Schools and Staffing Survey and the Teacher Follow-up Survey, one can estimate the relationship between workgroup racial diversity and the turnover of White teachers. This approach finds that young White teachers are more likely to stay in their original schools when the proportion of minority teachers is smaller. However, the opposite pattern emerges for older teachers. This poses a policy dilemma for recruiting and retaining teachers on the one hand and diversifying teaching staff on the other hand.
Schwellk rperimplantate
Sohn M
Journal für Reproduktionsmedizin und Endokrinologie , 2009,
Abstract: Entsprechend den aktuellen Leitlinien der EAU ("European Association of Urology") wird die Penisprothesenimplantation als "Third-line-therapy" bei erektiler Dysfunktion eingesetzt. Sie hat somit ihren festen Stellenwert, wenn orale oder intrakavern se medikament se Therapien versagen oder vom Patienten nicht toleriert werden. Die Implantation moderner hydraulischer Prothesensysteme zeigt hohe technische Erfolgsraten, gute Langzeitdaten zur Funktionalit t und hohe Patientenzufriedenheitsraten. Aktuelle Publikationen legen jedoch nahe, dass die Ergebnisqualit t von der H ufigkeit des Eingriffs und der Expertise des Operateurs abh ngt.
Effect of Ammonium- and Potassium-Loaded Zeolite on Kale (Brassica alboglabra) Growth and Soil Property  [PDF]
Junxi Li, Chido Wee, Bokyoon Sohn
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.410245
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We investigated the feasibility of using ammonium- and potassium-loaded zeolite (NK-Z) as carriers for fertilizer and for slow release of nitrogen (N) and potassium (K). Plant growth response and soil analysis were performed. The results indicated an increase in the total harvest weight of kale (Brassica alboglabra Bailey). Furthermore, higher levels of N and K were detected in soil applied with NK-Z than in soil applied with compound fertilizers. The leaf fresh weight of kale in the fertilizer treatments including NK-Z were 2118.4 and 2111.3 g·plant-1, while the leaf fresh weights of kale in the treatment without NK-Z was 2018.0 g·plant-1. The N and K contents in the soils were maintained in the high level in the NK-Z treatment compared that in control treatment. The results indicate that NK-Z has a great potential as the slow-release fertilizer reducing pollution by preventing leaching to the ground water.

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