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Classification and treatment of different stages of alzheimer’s disease using various machine learning methods
Sandhya Joshi,Vibhudendra Simha G.G.,Deepa Shenoy P.,Venugopal K.R.
International Journal of Bioinformatics Research , 2010,
Abstract: There has been a steady rise in the number of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD)all over the world. Medical diagnosis is an important but complicated task that should be performedaccurately and efficiently and its automation would be very useful. The patient’s records are collected fromNational Institute on Aging, USA. The Sample consisted of initial visits of 496 subjects seen either as controlor as patients. Patients were concerned about their memory at the National Institute on Aging. It alsoconsisted of patients and caregiver interviews. This research work presents different models for theclassification of different stages of Alzheimer’s disease using various machine learning methods such asNeural Networks, Multilayer Perceptron, Bagging, Decision tree, CANFIS and Genetic algorithms. Theclassification accuracy for CANFIS was found to be 99.55% which was found to be better when compared toother classification methods. Based on the outcome of classification accuracies, various management andtreatment strategies such as pharmacotherapeutic and non pharmacotherapeutic interventions for mild,moderate and severe AD were elucidated, which can be of enormous use for the medical professionals indiagnosis and treatment of AD.
Counselling Imperative Around Retirement Scenario in Nigeria: A Case Study of Delta State
G.G. Ogbebor
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/pjssci.2011.222.226
Abstract: The study investigated the need for counselling in the face of retirement situation in Nigeria. The study used the Delta state of Nigeria as a case study. It reviewed the problems of retirement generally and Nigeria in particular. It also investigated problems faced by retired persons, its effect on pre-retirees and the place of the counsellor in this situation to reduce and alleviate the uncertainties in the mind of pre-retirees. The purpose was to create a better retirement scenario. Four research questions and two hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Data was collected through questionnaire from 200 respondents from a population of 2100 counsellors across Delta state. The percentage and the t-test methods were used to analyse the data obtained. After a discussion of findings and conclusions, three recommendations guided by the outcome of the research were made.
Letter to the Editor
Gilbert G.G. Donders
Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology , 1999, DOI: 10.1155/s1064744999000496
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Un momento de reflexión acerca de las vacunas
Cáceres Bermejo,G.G.;
Sanidad Militar , 2012, DOI: 10.4321/S1887-85712012000200009
Abstract: throughout the last centuries, the first signs of vaccination were linked to variolation procedures. in 1796, edward jenner developed the first vaccine for smallpox: the world eradication of this mortal disease was achieved due to the vaccination. in other diseases, such as neonatal tetanus, poliomyelitis or measles, immunization programmes have drastically decreased morbidity and mortality. nowadays, these achievements of vaccination have caused a false perception of lack of risk, causing a decrease in immunization coverage in some cases. there has been a considerable increase on reported cases and outbreaks of some diseases such as measles. the messages of anti-vaccination movements have contributed to generate this situation by associating some adverse effects with vaccines, but there is no scientific evidence to support it.
Wedding ritual in the modern Chinese and Russian urban cultures: communicative and linguistic conceptological analysis / Свадебный ритуал в современной китайской и русской городской культуре
Ran Dong / Дун Жань,Slyshkin G.G. / Слышкин Геннадий Геннадьевич
Sociologia Goroda , 2008,
Abstract: The article opens a series of publiсations devoted to the comparative linguistic and cultural analysis of basic rituals of the modern Russian and Chinese urban cultures. The data presented in the articles results from the research carried out by a group of Chinese postgraduates under the guidance of professor G.G. Slyshkin. In the first article the ritual of wedding is viewed as a communicative custom and a linguistic cultural concept. / Статья открывает цикл публикаций, посвященных сравнительному лингвокультурологическому анализу основных ритуалов современной городской культуры России и Китая. Работы являются итогом исследований, выполненных группой китайских аспирантов под руководством проф. Г.Г. Слышкина. Рассмотрен свадебный ритуал как коммуникативная практика и как лингвокультурный концепт.
Un momento de reflexión acerca de las vacunas Just a moment for thinking about vaccines
G.G. Cáceres Bermejo
Sanidad Militar , 2012,
Abstract: Durante muchos siglos, los primeros atisbos de vacunación estuvieron ligados a la práctica de la variolización. En 1796 Edward Jenner desarrolló la primera vacuna contra la viruela: gracias a la vacunación se ha conseguido la erradicación de esta mortal enfermedad sobre el planeta. En otras enfermedades como el tétanos neonatal, la poliomielitis o el sarampión las campa as de vacunación han conseguido una drástica disminución de la morbi-mortalidad. Actualmente, estos logros conseguidos por las vacunas han producido una falsa percepción de ausencia de riesgo, en algunos casos han descendido las coberturas de vacunación, y se ha producido un aumento del número de casos y brotes de algunas enfermedades como el sarampión. A esta situación han contribuido los mensajes de algunos grupos contrarios a la vacunación que han atribuido a las vacunas una serie de efectos adversos que en ningún caso han sido probados por la comunidad científica. Throughout the last centuries, the first signs of vaccination were linked to variolation procedures. In 1796, Edward Jenner developed the first vaccine for smallpox: the world eradication of this mortal disease was achieved due to the vaccination. In other diseases, such as neonatal tetanus, poliomyelitis or measles, immunization programmes have drastically decreased morbidity and mortality. Nowadays, these achievements of vaccination have caused a false perception of lack of risk, causing a decrease in immunization coverage in some cases. There has been a considerable increase on reported cases and outbreaks of some diseases such as measles. The messages of anti-vaccination movements have contributed to generate this situation by associating some adverse effects with vaccines, but there is no scientific evidence to support it.
ECHOES OF WAR 1915-1918 (PART 4)
G.G.J. Lawrence
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5787/8-4-764
Abstract: Dudng the summer months of 1917- 1918 there was a strange quiet on the Eastern front. The downfall of Russia afforded General E Ludendorff, who became the first quartermaster general of the German armies when Field Marshal von Hindenburg assumed the office of chief of the German general staff of the armies in the field, the opportunity to deal the Allies in the west a decisive blow. Instead he decided to work to perfect his preparations for his final coup. His plan was based on the highly specialized training of certain units, and was a legitimate conclusion from the German use of 'storm troops'. The first point was the absence of any preliminary massing near the front of attack. Men were brought up by night marches just before zero hour, and secrecy was thus obtained for the assembly. Again, there was no long bombardment to alarm the enemy, and the guns began at the moment when the infantry advanced, the enemy's back areas being confused by a deluge of gas shells. The assault was made by picked troops in open order, or rather in small clusters, carrying light trench mortars and many machine guns, with the field batteries close behind them in support. The actual mode of attack, which the French called 'infiltration: may be likened to a hand, of which the fingertips are shod with steel, and which is pushed into a soft substance. The picked troops at the finger-ends made gaps through which others poured, till each section of the defence found itself outflanked and encircled. A system of flares and rockets enabled the following troops to learn where the picked troops had made the breach, and the artillery came close behind the infantry. The men had unlimifed objectives, and carded iron rations for several days. When one division had reached the end of its strength, another took its place, so that the advance resembled a continuous game of leap-frog.
ECHOES OF WAR 1915-1918 (PART 1)
G.G.J. Lawrence
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5787/8-1-790
Abstract: It is necessary to point out that the facts referred to in the following pages of my story happened sixty tosixty-two years ago. At this distance of time I have had to rely largely on memory, though I have been able to refer to a few letters written home from France and a brief diary kept in the Western Egyptian Campaign. Then too, I have had the benefit of John Buchan's history of The South African Forces in France to check dates and to obtain official records of casualties suffered by individual regiments. Memories are very strange; in times of stress they imprint themselves indelibly on the mind, yet often leaving out events seen later in more placid times. I can look back and picture vividly the incidents I have related. I have memories of many wonderful comrades who fell in those hectic days and who went to their deathswith a song. To these, I humbly dedicate my tale of experiences in three theatres of the Great War.
ECHOES OF WAR 1915-1918 (PART 4)
G.G.J. Lawrence
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5787/8-3-778
Abstract: Third Ypres Menin Road Battle 20 September 1917 Our troop train crawled at snail's pace along the SW line leading to Ypres on a bright September morning in 1917. The enemy balloons were floating over their line all along the ill-famed Salient and we could only bank on the sketchy camouflage nets strung up between us to conceal what would be a prize target to the enemy observers perched on high and in close touch with their heavy batteries of guns below.
ECHOES OF WAR 1915-1918 (PART 2)
G.G.J. Lawrence
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5787/8-2-785
Abstract: France and the Somme Battle - Delville Wood Landing in France to most of us was a thrilling adventure; to myself, barely out of my teens, everything was excitingly new and of great interest. The whole atmosphere was so different from Egypt and more'so from England and home. We had plenty of time around the dock area waiting whilst our effects were being unloaded, checked and assembled. The glimpses of the many civilians passing by, so different in dress and behaviour from what we were accustomed to was intriguing and in many cases intensely amusing; the happy-go-lucky attitude to the ordinary proprieties of life as we knew them were blissfully absent. Being only Tommies and the lowest of the low in the eyes of the world, we had a down-to-earth view of life around us.
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