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The Role of Library and Information Science Education in the Development of Community Health Information Services for People Living with HIV/AIDS: Perspectives of Directors and Managers of Public Libraries  [PDF]
Bharat Mehra, Adrienne Dessel
World Journal of AIDS (WJA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wja.2011.13012
Abstract: This article identifies the role of library and information science (LIS) education in the development of community health information services for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Preliminary findings are presented from semi- structured qualitative interviews that were conducted with eleven directors and managers of local branches in the Knox County Public Library (KCPL) System that is located in the East Tennessee region in the United States. Select feedback reported by research participants is summarized in the article about strategies in LIS education that can help local public librarians and others in their efforts to become more responsive information providers to PLWHA. Research findings help better understand the issues and concerns regarding the development of digital and non-digital health information services for PLWHA in local public library institutions.
Cross-Cultural Perspectives of International Doctoral Students: Two-Way Learning in Library and Information Science Education
Bharat Mehra,Ann P. Bishop
International Journal of Progressive Education , 2007,
Abstract: This paper draws upon a case study of library and information science (LIS) international doctoral students in the United States and documents their perspectives to identify ways to further internationalization. Internationalization is defined as incorporating non-US issues and elements into LIS education. The study explores internationalization in the context of a “two-way” learning process in which international students gain from the discipline, but also LIS education gains from the cross-cultural experiences of the students. Documenting the perspectives of LIS international doctoral students provides a critical outlook by giving voice to an under-represented group. It also becomes a methodological strategy to represent global diversity and facilitate cross-cultural exchange.
Measurement of Radioactivity of 238U, 226Ra, 232Th and 40K in Soil of Different Geological Origins in Northern India  [PDF]
Rohit Mehra, Manmohan Singh
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.27110
Abstract: Radioactivity of the nuclides 238U, 226Ra, 232Th and 40K was measured in soil by γ-ray spectrometry using HPGe detector. A criterion was set in order to analyse soil samples from plain, semi-hilly and hilly areas in northern India. More than three γ-ray energy peaks were used for the determination of 226Ra and 232Th activity concentrations to obtain more accurate results. Some of these peaks have interfering energies, which was caused by the limited resolution of the detector, but they were resolved theoretically and used in the analysis because of their significance in reducing the random error to its minimum level. Relationships between the measured radionuclides have been discussed elaborately. Radionuclides 238U and 226Ra were found in disequilibrium with ratio of specific activities 238U/, 226Ra) less than unity for most of the samples. In some cases this disequilibrium may be significant enough to modify the γ-ray dose factors.
Gap Functions and Error Bounds for Set-Valued Vector Quasi Variational Inequality Problems  [PDF]
Rachana Gupta, Aparna Mehra
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/am.2017.812135
One of the classical approaches in the analysis of a variational inequality problem is to transform it into an equivalent optimization problem via the notion of gap function. The gap functions are useful tools in deriving the error bounds which provide an estimated distance between a specific point and the exact solution of variational inequality problem. In this paper, we follow a similar approach for set-valued vector quasi variational inequality problems and define the gap functions based on scalarization scheme as well as the one with no scalar parameter. The error bounds results are obtained under fixed point symmetric and locally α-Holder assumptions on the set-valued map describing the domain of solution space of a set-valued vector quasi variational inequality problem.
Ravi Sundaram, Pirate Modernity: Delhi’s Media Urbanism
Diya Mehra
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal , 2011,
Abstract: The field of urban studies is a growing one as Indian cities transform beyond recognition. In his book Pirate Modernity: Delhi’s Media Urbanism, Ravi Sundaram tries to capture this transformation, using a theoretical lens little explored in existing literature. To wit, Sundaram is interested in ‘the evaporation of the boundary between technology and urban life’ which has produced ‘a delirious disorientation of the senses’ (p. 7). The examples of such evaporation and of a newly technologized u...
Dacryocystostomy-probing-treatment for blockage of naso-lacrimal duct
Mehra Krishna
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1965,
Mehra K
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 1967,
Defining genetic architecture of the populations in the Indian subcontinent: Impact of human leukocyte antigen diversity studies
Mehra N
Indian Journal of Human Genetics , 2010,
A Metric Framework for Analysis of OOD
Suruchi Mehra
Journal of Global Research in Computer Science , 2011,
Abstract: Object oriented design is becoming more popular in software development environment and object oriented design metrics is an essential part of software environment. This study focus on a set of object oriented metrics that can be used to measure the quality of an object oriented design. The metrics for object oriented design focus on measurements that are applied to the class and design characteristics. These measurements permit designers to access the software early in process, making changes that will reduce complexity and improve the continuing capability of the design. Several metrics and metric-tool are presented and evaluated. An experimental study was conducted as an attempt to further validate each metric and increase knowledge about them. We present strategies on how analysis of source code with metrics can be integrated in an ongoing software development project and how metrics can be used as a practical aid in code- and architecture investigations on already developed systems. Metrics do have a practical use and that they to some extent can reflect software systems design quality, such as: complexity of methods/classes, package structure design and the level of abstraction in a system.
Air ambulance services in India.
Mehra A
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2000,
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