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Realization Feature of Mesenchymal Dermal Cells Tissue Engineering Construction Response in Granulating Wound Transplantation in Relation with Time-Frame  [PDF]
Elena Petersen
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2012.23024
Abstract: Derma is progenitor cells sours, that are able to differentiate further in several mesodermal lineage and neural and endodermal lineage. Culture conditions, skin taking site and culture medium composition considerably contribute to it. Spheroid cultured mesenchymal dermal cells contribution to skin regeneration in granulating wound in rat model was estimated.
Logic BIST: State-of-the-Art and Open Problems
Nan Li,Gunnar Carlsson,Elena Dubrova,Kim Petersen
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Many believe that in-field hardware faults are too rare in practice to justify the need for Logic Built-In Self-Test (LBIST) in a design. Until now, LBIST was primarily used in safety-critical applications. However, this may change soon. First, even if costly methods like burn-in are applied, it is no longer possible to get rid of all latent defects in devices at leading-edge technology. Second, demands for high reliability spread to consumer electronics as smartphones replace our wallets and IDs. However, today many ASIC vendors are reluctant to use LBIST. In this paper, we describe the needs for successful deployment of LBIST in the industrial practice and discuss how these needs can be addressed. Our work is hoped to attract a wider attention to this important research topic.
Criticise Your Working Conditions! —Focus Group Interviews on Sensitive Topics  [PDF]
Rasmus Antoft, Anders Petersen
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.43014
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The aim of this article is, through two case studies, to demonstrate that focus group interviews constitute a particularly useful method with which to examine topics which may seem sensitive to the informants. The central point of the article is that focus group interviews can help to establish a safe setting for the informants in which, they can create shared meanings, interpretations and understandings in relation to the topic on which the researchers wish to collect a group’s accumulated statements, opinions and experiences. It is argued that this process possesses a politically democratic potential, as the framework for the focus group interview creates an arena in which critical statements may be made about the sphere of possibilities of working life. The focus group interview thereby becomes a free zone, which not only enables the sensitive issue to be subjected to the group’s reciprocal interpretation process, but also generates emancipatory processes.

A General Framework For Determining the Temporal and Evolutionary Dynamics of Religion-Based Website Popularity on the Internet  [PDF]
Michael R. Golinski, Connie Petersen
Open Journal of Statistics (OJS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojs.2012.24052
Abstract: Religion-based websites are fast becoming a major pipeline for disseminating religious information to broad populations of individuals in the United States.Both mainstream religions and fringe religions are easily accessible to a large population of internet users. The purpose of this review is to develop and examine a general framework that uses simple mathematical and statistical models to interpret and measure temporal ‘snap shots’ in the popularity of religious websites. We extend this framework to include an evolutionary model that has the potential to predict long-term shifts or changes in the popularity of religious websites over time. Ultimately, the goal of this review is to introduce a new modeling framework for research into how the internet is changing the accessibility and views of populations of individuals who follow various religions on the internet and how this may in-turn affect the distribution of religion in the ‘real world’.
Attachment styles and PTSD in adolescents in three Nordic Countries  [PDF]
Tóra Petersen, Ask Elklit
Open Journal of Epidemiology (OJEpi) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojepi.2013.32010
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Studies of possible variables influencing development of posttraumatic stress (PTSD) are of great importance in the effort to enhance preventive and interventional methods in the aim to prevail this devastating condition. Despite the vast research in adults, little is still known of adolescents. Although research is scarce, attachment style has been identified to be an influencing factor in adults, and still research in adolescent is almost non-existent. To our knowledge, no prior study has been conducted, looking at the relationship between attachment style, exposure to a broad range of potentially traumatic events, and subsequent PTSD symptoms in a cross cultural perspective. This is the aim of the present study. Procedure: Data was collected from questionnaire surveys of 1283 adolescents (mean age 14.1 years). Measures: PTSD was measured with The Harvard Trauma Questionnaire-Part IV (HTQ); and attachment style was studied using the Revised Adult Attachment Scale (RAAS). Potentially traumatic events were examined using a broad event list of 19 events. Results: Contrary to what was expected, significant cross cultural differences were found in the distribution of securely, preoccupied, and dismissive attached. Around half of the Faroese population was securely attached, contrary to the Danish and Icelandic population, where the majority was dismissive attached. Cross cultural differences were also found in the distribution of attachment style among those adolescents with PTSD. The majority of the Danish adolescent population with PTSD was dismissive attached; the majority of the Faroese adolescent population with PTSD was securely attached, and in the Icelandic adolescents with PTSD were distributed somewhat even between the four attachment styles. Finally, cross cultural differences were identified in which potentially traumatic events had a significant contribution to the variation in PTSD. The results are

Teaching breeding planning for a dual-purpose cattle population by a programmed exercise
PH Petersen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1977, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-9-1-134b
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Selection for milk protein
PH Petersen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1975, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-7-2-242b
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A test for connectedness fitted for the blup-procedure
PH Petersen
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1978, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-10-1-154b
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A triparti??o pronominal e o estatuto das proformas cê, ocê e você
Petersen, Carol;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44502008000200005
Abstract: this paper shows that the arguments presented by ramos (1997) and vitral (1996) to support the proposal of classifying the proform cê as a clitic do not account for the particular behavior of this proform in the brazilian portuguese pronominal system. to solve the problem, i reanalyze these arguments assuming the tripartite pronominal system approach, proposed by cardinaletti and starke (1999). according to this perspective, the evidence presented by the authors in favor of the cliticization of cê only shows that cê is not a strong pronoun. cê is rather shown to be a weak pronoun, which explains its contrast with ocê and você, proforms that have both weak and strong counterparts.
Kant à la Davidson: Maximen als Proeinstellungen
Oliver Petersen
Studia Philosophica Estonica , 2009,
Abstract: Was sind Maximen gem Kants Moralphilosophie? Diese Frage entsteht, da Kant zwar eine Explikation von Maxime‘ als subjektives Prinzip des Wollens‘ angibt, diese Explikation aber selbst wieder sehr dunkel bleibt und schwer verst ndlich ist. Zur Beantwortung dieser Frage werde ich in einem ersten Teil versuchen, plausible Kandidaten dafür zu ermitteln, was unter Maximen zu verstehen ist. Dabei wird sich zeigen, dass Kandidaten, die aus Davidsons Handlungstheorie stammen, sehr geeignete Kandidaten sind. In einem zweiten Teil sollen diese Kandidaten dann auf Herz und Nieren‘ geprüft werden. Dazu werde ich in Anlehnung an Rüdiger Bittner diskutieren, ob die Kandidaten, die sich im ersten Teil als die plausibelsten erweisen, gewisse Grundanforderungen an Maximen erfüllen (An die auf der Annahme, Maximen seien die hier favorisierten Kandidaten, beruhende Maximenkonzeption gibt es folgende zwei Grundanforderungen: erstens die M glichkeit der Explikation, was es hei t, dass eine Maxime vorliegt, auch wenn ihr nicht gefolgt wird, zweitens die M glichkeit der Unterscheidung zwischen dem Befolgen einer Maxime und dem Handeln lediglich gem einer Maxime). Und ich werde mich dazu ferner der Frage widmen, ob bestimmte Kritiken, die an – nicht identischen, aber – hnlichen Kandidaten für Maximen vorgebracht wurden, auch für die hier pr sentierten Kandidaten einschl gig sind. Schlie lich werde ich in diesem zweiten Teil noch gewisse Schw chen der von mir favorisierten Maximenkonzeptionen erl utern, die man unabh ngig von Bittners Kritikpunkten konstatieren k nnte.
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