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Design and Optimization of Log Periodic Toothed Antenna for UWB Applications
L. Franklin T elfer,T. R. Geetha Ramani,P. Catherine Beaula,M. S. Divya Priya
International Journal of Engineering Innovations and Research , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to design and optimize the performance of log periodic toothed antenna for Ultra Wideband (UWB) Applications. The operating frequency of the antenna is 4-10GHz. The proposed method focuses to optimize the performance of the antenna by achieving the gain of 4.5dB, VSWR This antenna is simulated using ANSOFT-HFSS and the results are presented.
Solving fully fuzzy Linear Programming Problem using Breaking Points
T. Beaula,S. Rajalakshmi
International Journal of Applied Operational Research , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we have investigated a fuzzy linear programming problem with fuzzy quantities which are LR triangular fuzzy numbers. The given linear programming problem is rearranged according to the satisfactory level of constraints using breaking point method. By considering the constraints, the arranged problem has been investigated for all optimal solutions connected with satisfactory level of quantities on all intervals that constituted from breaking points of the constraints. Optimal solution could be obtained on the constructed [ p-1 , p] intervals for p=1,2… Here the fuzzy primal simplex algorithm is designed based on revised TSAO’s ranking method. Keywords: Triangular Fuzzy Number, Ranking Fuzzy Number, Revised Tsao’s Method ,Fuzzy Linear Programming Problem, Breaking Point, Fuzzy Primal Simplex Algorithm.
Utilizing Service-Learning to Promote a Value Based Professional Nursing Curriculum  [PDF]
Catherine P. Corrigan, Andrea N. Kwasky
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.521206
Abstract: This article will discuss the unique way in which nursing education at one Catholic University is distinctively value-driven with a focus on the meaning of Mercy and Jesuit traditions and how these philosophies translate into professional nursing practice. An innovative approach to a value-driven education that incorporates the philosophy of the Mercy and Jesuit traditions in a professional nursing role is fostered with the teachings of Catherine McAuley and Ignatius Loyola and infused through the act of service-learning and reflection on the service-learning experience. Nursing students are educated from a perspective of historical tradition, spirituality, social justice, reflective thinking and a value-centered professional education, enriching their self-awareness toward the development of leadership behaviors. Linking the service-learning experience to nursing concepts within the Mercy and Jesuit traditions has demonstrated a deep sense of self-awareness, a high level of understanding of caring and the concept of nurses as leaders amongst the students at our university.
Corps-matière et jouissance: le rêve d'un nouveau corps
Catherine Desprats Péquignot
Revista Mal-estar e Subjetividade , 2008,
Abstract: The succes and the world wide spreading of a modern body fantasm: idea of reinventing body and its "nature", of creating a new body that would be pulled out of its human condition, and every attemps to perform that idea, that dream, can only bring questions. From the "cyborg" version to the "avatar" version of that dream of a new body, we will be conducted to ask if this new body, sometimes told to be the future, isn't also, in the first place, regret and desire of a lost "childhood body", of a body that, so says Freud, "leave indelible traces on the child's psychic life": the "early times" mother's imaginary body, the childish body of the "phallic mother".
Ouverture du colloque Marly : architecture, usages et diffusion d'un modèle fran ais
Catherine Pégard
Bulletin du Centre de recherche du chateau de Versailles , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/crcv.12004
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Antibiotics Friend and Foe: “From Wonder Drug to Causing Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Disrupting Human Microbiome and Promoting Tumorigenesis”  [PDF]
Robert L. Elliott, Xian P. Jiang, Catherine Baucom, Zuzanna Lomnicka
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2018.93016
Abstract: Mitochondria are evolutionary bacteria that are dynamic intracellular organelles involved in many vital cellular functions. However, modern medicine has fallen prey to misuse and over-usage of antibiotics. This misuse can damage the mitochondrion, alter host antibiotic interactions, and cause serious pathophysiologic conditions. We believe this leads to mitochondrial dysfunction, which may promote tumorigenesis and neurodegeneration. This opinion commentary’s goal is to bring awareness of this important hot topic to the medical community before induced modern plagues are irreversible.
DISTINCTIVE [VOICE] DOES NOT IMPLY REGRESSIVE ASSIMILATION:EVIDENCE FROM SWEDISH
Catherine Ringen,Pétur Helgason
International Journal of English Studies (IJES) , 2004, DOI: 10.6018/ijes.4.2.47981
Abstract: In a recent paper, van Rooy & Wissing (2001) distinguish between the "broad interpretation" and the "narrow interpretation" of the feature [voice]. According to the broad interpretation, languages with a two way [voice] contrast may implement this contrast phonetically with any two of the following: voice onset precedes plosive release (prevoicing), voice onset immediately follows plosive release, voice onset substantially lags behind plosive release. According to the narrow interpretation, [voice] is employed only in languages with prevoicing in word-intial stops. According to van Rooy & Wissing, languages with prevoicing always have only regressive voice assimilation. The purpose of this paper is twofold: First we show that Swedish employs the feature [voice] on the narrow interpretation, but does not have regressive voice assimilation. Second, we present an OT account of the Swedish data which involves both features [voice] and [spread glottis].
Des aides pour une consigne ouverte : assistants cognitifs dans Pairform@nce
Catherine Loisy,Chrysta Pélissier
Revue Internationale des Technologies en Pédagogie Universitaire , 2012,
Abstract: [Fran ais] La conception et/ou l’utilisation de scénarios pédagogiques dans les dispositifs de formation à distance sont des taches complexes. L’élaboration de ces taches s’effectue, pour les concepteurs et les utilisateurs, à partir d’une consigne ouverte . Cette consigne peut être accompagnée d’artefacts cognitifs destinés à faciliter la compréhension de la consigne et l’appropriation des ressources. Dans Pairform@nce, un programme national fran ais qui vise à développer les compétences TIC des enseignants, plusieurs artefacts cognitifs accompagnent la consigne. Leur but est de faciliter la compréhension et l’appropriation des scénarios, nommés parcours de formation . Cet article présente une étude (a priori et a posteriori) sur le r le joué par ces artefacts dans le processus de compréhension de la tache et dans l’appropriation des parcours. [English] Conceiving and/or using of scenarios, in online training design, are complex tasks. For designers and users, these tasks are performed from an “open instruction”. Cognitive artefacts can be included into instructions, in order to improve instruction comprehension and resource appropriation. Within Pairform@nce, a French national project that aims to develop ICT competency for in-service teachers, several cognitive artefacts are joined with the instruction. They seek to facilitate comprehension and appropriation of scenarios, named “training paths”. The current paper presents a (a priori and a posteriori) study on the role that artefacts play in task comprehension and in path appropriation.
He3 bi-layers as a simple example of de-confinement
Adel Benlagra,Catherine Pépin
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.79.045112
Abstract: We consider the recent experiments on He3 bi-layers, showing evidence for a quantum critical point (QCP) at which the first layer localizes. Using the Anderson lattice in two dimensions with the addition of a small dispersion of the f-fermion, we modelize the system of adsorbed He3 layers. The first layer represents the f-fermions at the brink of localization while the second layer behaves as a free Fermi sea. We study the quantum critical regime of this system, evaluate the effective mass in the Fermi liquid phase and the coherence temperature and give a fit of the experiments and interpret its main features. Our model can serve as well as a predictive tool used for better determination of the experimental parameters.
The Capacity of Random Ad hoc Networks under a Realistic Link Layer Model
Vivek P. Mhatre,Catherine P. Rosenberg
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: The problem of determining asymptotic bounds on the capacity of a random ad hoc network is considered. Previous approaches assumed a threshold-based link layer model in which a packet transmission is successful if the SINR at the receiver is greater than a fixed threshold. In reality, the mapping from SINR to packet success probability is continuous. Hence, over each hop, for every finite SINR, there is a non-zero probability of packet loss. With this more realistic link model, it is shown that for a broad class of routing and scheduling schemes, a fixed fraction of hops on each route have a fixed non-zero packet loss probability. In a large network, a packet travels an asymptotically large number of hops from source to destination. Consequently, it is shown that the cumulative effect of per-hop packet loss results in a per-node throughput of only O(1/n) (instead of Theta(1/sqrt{n log{n}})) as shown previously for the threshold-based link model). A scheduling scheme is then proposed to counter this effect. The proposed scheme improves the link SINR by using conservative spatial reuse, and improves the per-node throughput to O(1/(K_n sqrt{n log{n}})), where each cell gets a transmission opportunity at least once every K_n slots, and K_n tends to infinity as n tends to infinity.
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