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Variations on Narrow Dots-and-Boxes and Dots-and-Triangles
Adam Jobson,Levi Sledd,Susan C. White,D. Jacob Wildstrom
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: We verify a conjecture of Nowakowski and Ottaway that closed $1 \times n$ Dots-and-Triangles is a first-player win when $n \neq 2$. We also prove that in both the open and closed $1 \times n$ Dots-and-Boxes games where $n$ is even, the first player can guarantee a tie.
Clinical trials in family practice
R Jobson
South African Family Practice , 2003,
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Supplements (Part1): Vitamins
R Jobson
South African Family Practice , 2003,
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Wellness in South Africa
R Jobson
South African Family Practice , 2003,
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Caring for patients and their disorders: Curiosities
R Jobson
South African Family Practice , 2003,
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A collection of Libyan fiction in Banipal 40: Magazine of Modern Arab Literature
Estelle Jobson
Between , 2011,
Abstract: By sheer coincidence, just as the political unrest erupted in Libya in early 2011, a first-ever collection of Libyan fiction was published by Banipal. The publication is prefaced by a statement supported by more than 400 Arab intellectuals, writers and journalists pertaining to the recent events in Bahrain, Libya and Yemen. Collaboratively, they condemn the corruption in governmental regimes and the kowtowing Arab media, from whom they unanimously disassociate themselves. This publication is both a political manifesto and a sparkling mosaic of literary faces, genres and words from Libya.
EVOLUTION AND TRENDS RESEARCH IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION SCIENCE
Jobson Louis Santos de Almeida
Biblionline , 2011,
Abstract: It is observed that in the last five years, the literature has recorded an increase of publications on Knowledge Management (KM) in the area of Information Science (IS). Whereas the IS awoke slowly to the KM in comparison with other areas of knowledge and considering the fact that researchers in the field of IC can not ignore the theoretical richness and methodological KM can bring to their organizations and activities following question: how to configure the work on KM from the rolling landscape of publications over the issues the ENANCIB? To answer this question, the survey aimed to examine the communications on KM published in the Proceedings of the National Research in Information Science (ENANCIB). This is a documentary type research, exploratory-descriptive level, the opportunity for a quantitative and qualitative approach. We identified the units of analysis which focus on knowledge management in all the thematic groups of documentary collection, the authors regarding the institutional origin, nature, levels and the design of the studies in full text, techniques and approaches adopted by the axes KM. This study allowed drawing an evolutionary picture and identifying trends in research on KM in the field of IS.
Da história econ mica à cultural: a singular travessia de Stuart Schwartz
José Jobson de Andrade Arruda
Economia e Sociedade , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s0104-06182009000200010
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The Rescue of the Documentation from the Arquivo Histórico Ultramarino relating to Brazil (1986-2004)
José Jobson de Andrade Arruda
E-Journal of Portuguese History , 2004,
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Did RNA editing in plant organellar genomes originate under natural selection or through genetic drift?
Richard W Jobson, Yin-Long Qiu
Biology Direct , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1745-6150-3-43
Abstract: We found that 1) most editing sites were distributed at the 2nd and 1st codon positions, 2) editing affected codons that resulted in larger hydrophobicity and molecular size changes much more frequently than those with little change involved, 3) editing uniformly increased protein hydrophobicity, 4) editing occurred more frequently in ancestrally T-rich sequences, which were more abundant in genes encoding membrane-bound proteins with many hydrophobic amino acids than in genes encoding soluble proteins, and 5) editing occurred most often in genes found to be under strong selective constraint.These analyses show that editing mostly affects functionally important and evolutionarily conserved codon positions, codons and genes encoding membrane-bound proteins. In particular, abundance of RNA editing in plant organellar genomes may be associated with disproportionately large percentages of genes in these two genomes that encode membrane-bound proteins, which are rich in hydrophobic amino acids and selectively constrained. These data support a hypothesis that natural selection imposed by protein functional constraints has contributed to selective fixation of certain editing sites and maintenance of the editing activity in plant organelles over a period of more than four hundred millions years. The retention of genes encoding RNA editing activity may be driven by forces that shape nucleotide composition equilibrium in two organellar genomes of these plants. Nevertheless, the causes of lineage-specific occurrence of a large portion of RNA editing sites remain to be determined.This article was reviewed by Michael Gray (nominated by Laurence Hurst), Kirsten Krause (nominated by Martin Lercher), and Jeffery Mower (nominated by David Ardell).RNA editing refers to the general phenomenon of post-transcriptional modification of gene transcripts, including insertion, deletion and substitution of nucleotides [1,2]. In plants, substitution types of RNA editing, mostly C to U but occa
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