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Winisis 1.4
Fluvià, Narcís
BiD : Textos Universitaris de Biblioteconomia i Documentació , 2002,
Abstract: Winisis, adaptació a Windows del programari gestor de bases de dades CDS/ISIS és una aplicació flexible que permet d introduir contínuament millores i modificacions. Les diverses eines complementàries: ISIS/PAS, CIsis i ISIS_DLL, li atorguen una gran potència i capacitat de personalització del sistema. La programació en ISIS/PAS (versió de PASCAL adaptat a Winisis) forma part integral de Winisis, des d on es poden compilar i executar els programes. Per manipulació de bases de dades o bé per interactuar amb l usuari, cal utilitzar les eines de programació ISIS_DLL a través de llenguatge C, C++, Delphi, etc. Les eines CIsis, en canvi, són d ús immediat sense necessitat de programació prèvia.
Disseny i creació d'una base de dades bibliogràfica en format CATMARC amb CDS/ISIS
Fluvià, Narcís
BiD : Textos Universitaris de Biblioteconomia i Documentació , 1999,
Abstract: Es presenta l experiència realitzada a l Organisme de Gestió Tributària de la Diputació de Barcelona, d aplicació del format CATMARC (en la primera versió de 1987) a través del programari CDS/ISIS per a Windows, també conegut com a Winisis. S hi descriuen les principals dificultats que s han detectat durant el procés de definició de la base de dades i de la seva implementació, i les solucions que s han aplicat en cada cas. La major part de les opcions es resolen a través del llenguatge de formatació per a la sortida de dades propi de CDS/ISIS, i a través de la programació en ISIS/PAS, versió del llenguatge PASCAL d ús exclusiu en l entorn d ISIS. Finalment, fem algunes recomanacions per a l adaptació d ISIS al català.
European Secuirty in the XXI Century
Narcís Serra
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals , 2000,
Abstract: In the author’s view, the great transformations at this century’s end consist in the following: the world is no longer Euro-centric, technological progress has generated globalization –which, in turn, has reduced the capacities of the nation-state– and a new egocentric and asocial individualism has been born. Globalization, arriving at the same time as the dismantling of the Communist regimes and the disintegration of the Soviet Union, has created –in matters of security, defense, risks, crisis situations– new threats and a revolution in military affairs. For this series of reasons, to talk of European security can not be limited to a simple harmonization of issues, rather it should mean reevaluating the role that Europe has to play in the world. From a European perspective, non-combat means are needed to guarantee security and, also, to tackle the issue of European fragmentation, whose solution requires very complex architecture mechanisms. In Serra’s estimate, work must be done in two directions: extending the benefits of democratic consolidation, market economy and security, while, at the same time, finding a compromise between the transatlantic link with the United States and the creation of a European security dimension. On the one hand, European security and defense needs to be more efficient, using the latest technologies and, on the other hand, it needs to demonstrate more political will in at least two ways: first, in the integration of the European defense efforts; and, second, in drawing up a position for Europe in the world in the spirit of federalism-institutionalism proposing itself, Europe, as a political unit with a political role, which improves the levels of citizenship and stands behind world governability.
L'Oficina Romànica de Lingüística i Literatura (1928-1936)
Narcís Iglésias
Llengua & Literatura , 2005, DOI: 10.2436/l&l.vi.1165
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La xarxa telemàtica I*EARN (international Education and Resource Network)
Narcís Vives
Temps d'Educació , 1996,
Abstract:
A new era
Narcís Figueras
DIGITHUM , 2005,
Abstract: Since its creation by the UOC's Humanities and Philology Studies in April 1999, the digital humanities journal DIGITHUM has accomplished its aim of providing an open forum for articles from a range of authors and on a range of subjects. It has included works from local and foreign authors, all leading authorities in their fields of research, whilst also offering the chance to publish contributions that are the result of work carried out at the UOC's Humanities and Philology Studies and by students.
Crònica legislativa de la Unió Europea Crónica legislativa de la Unión Europea Legislative Reports on European Union
Narcís Mir
Revista de Llengua i Dret , 2012,
Abstract:
Weimar y la mecanización del mundo
Irízar Romero, Narcís
DC PAPERS : Revista de Crítica y Teoría de la Arquitectura , 2006,
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Bone Metastases: Experience of Rheumatology Unit of National Hospital University Hubert Koutoukou Maga of Cotonou  [PDF]
Zavier Zomalheto, Olivier Biaou, Patricia Yékpè-Ahouansou, Sèdami Narcès Emery Gnankadja, Martin Avimadje
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2015.51002
Abstract: Aim: To determine the epidemiological, diagnosis and treatment of secondary bone cancer at the National Hospital University Hubert Koutoukou Maga of Cotonou. Patients and Method: It was a retrospective descriptive cross-sectional study carried out from January 1999 to December 2013 on the records of patients treated in the rheumatology department. The selected files had radiological images of tumor appearance objectified by two radiologists. The diagnosis of secondary bone cancer was confirmed after a bone biopsy or the discovery of a primitive tumor site. Patients with hematologic malignancy and incomplete or insufficiently explored records were excluded. Results: Among 10,292 patients followed in the service, 51 (0.5%) had documented bone metastasis. The sex ratio was 1.83. The mean age of patients was 54 ± 9 [26-85] years, with 53% of those over 60 years old. Secondary cancers were on the spine (74.5%), pelvis (35.3%) and the long bones (39.2%). The primary cancer most frequently found was that of the prostate and breast (45.1% and 27.6%, respectively) followed by genital and digestive cancers (9.8% and 7.8%, respectively). Treatment was dominated by hormone therapy (83%) bisphosphonates (70.5%) and chemotherapy (57%). Conclusion: The profile of bone cancer in Benin hospital is very diverse and dominated by the types and osteolytic ostéocondensant. Primary cancers were dominated by the prostate and breast. Bisphosphonates took an important place in the treatment of the disease.
Bone Metastases: Experience of Rheumatology Unit of National Hospital University Hubert Koutoukou Maga of Cotonou  [PDF]
Zavier Zomalheto, Olivier Biaou, Patricia Yékpè-Ahouansou, Sèdami Narcès Emery Gnankadja, Martin Avimadje
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2015.51002
Abstract: Aim: To determine the epidemiological, diagnosis and treatment of secondary bone cancer at the National Hospital University Hubert Koutoukou Maga of Cotonou. Patients and Method: It was a retrospective descriptive cross-sectional study carried out from January 1999 to December 2013 on the records of patients treated in the rheumatology department. The selected files had radiological images of tumor appearance objectified by two radiologists. The diagnosis of secondary bone cancer was confirmed after a bone biopsy or the discovery of a primitive tumor site. Patients with hematologic malignancy and incomplete or insufficiently explored records were excluded. Results: Among 10,292 patients followed in the service, 51 (0.5%) had documented bone metastasis. The sex ratio was 1.83. The mean age of patients was 54 ± 9 [26-85] years, with 53% of those over 60 years old. Secondary cancers were on the spine (74.5%), pelvis (35.3%) and the long bones (39.2%). The primary cancer most frequently found was that of the prostate and breast (45.1% and 27.6%, respectively) followed by genital and digestive cancers (9.8% and 7.8%, respectively). Treatment was dominated by hormone therapy (83%) bisphosphonates (70.5%) and chemotherapy (57%). Conclusion: The profile of bone cancer in Benin hospital is very diverse and dominated by the types and osteolytic ostéocondensant. Primary cancers were dominated by the prostate and breast. Bisphosphonates took an important place in the treatment of the disease.
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