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The visual simulators for architecture and computer organization learning
Nikoli? Bo?ko,Grbanovi? Nenad,?or?evi? Jovan
Journal of Automatic Control , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/jac0901031n
Abstract: The paper proposes a method of an effective distance learning of architecture and computer organization. The proposed method is based on a software system that is possible to be applied in any course in this field. Within this system students are enabled to observe simulation of already created computer systems. The system provides creation and simulation of switch systems, too.
WHICH WAY SHALL WE TAKE FOR TRAINING AND EDUCATION IN SURGERY ?
J.M. Schiappa
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2009,
Abstract: Education in surgery is a complex problem especially to financial, medico-legal and ethical considerations. In fact, the surgical education has to answer to the three main questions: Which surgeons will we need? Which training and education will be appropriate? Which evaluation shall be used ?. The paper reviews the different training models used today for surgical training and education, from the Halstedian apprenticeship model (“see one, do one, teach one”) to modern concepts and methods (simulators, assessment methods etc.). Conclusions: Surgery does need a complete change in training concepts and practice. It is absolutely necessary a standardization of methods leading to a common approach with flexible systems responding to local needs.
Aprendizaje de la cirugía laparoscópica en Pelvitrainer y en simuladores virtuales
García Galisteo,E.; Del Rosal Samaniego,J.M.; Baena González,V.; Santos García Baquero,A.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2006, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062006000500006
Abstract: over the last few decades, there has been a rise in the number of minimally invasive techniques, such as arthroscopy, vascular radiology and our speciality, laparoscopy. laparoscopy has resulted in a reduction in the damage caused during intervention, with the subsequent reduction in hospital stay, postoperative pain and infections. however, one disadvantage of these techniques is that they require a large investment in instruments and a long and costly training period. in the following chapter, we describe the laparoscopic training process of the medical residents from our urology service in the pelvitrainer and virtual simulator.
Simuladores de formación en la Endoscopia Digestiva
Ledro Cano,D.;
Anales de Medicina Interna , 2004, DOI: 10.4321/S0212-71992004000900009
Abstract: advanced techniques, optimal patient care, and quality management are currently important topics in clinical medicine. the increasing numbers of minimally invasive procedures being carried out in gastroenterology and surgery, and the effects of the learning curve on complication rates with various procedures, have given rise a recently debate on training standards. public awareness and increasing legal pressure to show and document competence have further contributed to the importance of training in interventional medicine. although evidence-based medicine is rapidly becoming the gold standard for treament modalities, responsibility for education-including the theoretical background, as wells as acquiring and refining manual skills in gastrointestinal endoscopy- is still a matter for the individual physician. practical skills are routinely acquired by practicing on patients, initially under the supervision of a senior endoscopist. the development of new endoscopy simulators has brought out the debate whether training in basic manual skills is better obtained outside the patient. this paper presents an overview of the training simulators currently available and issues associated with them.
A Reconfigurable Network-on-Chip Datapath for Application Specific Computing  [PDF]
Joshua Weber, Erdal Oruklu
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2013.42025
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This paper introduces a new datapath architecture for reconfigurable processors. The proposed datapath is based on Network-on-Chip approach and facilitates tight coupling of all functional units. Reconfigurable functional elements can be dynamically allocated for application specific optimizations, enabling polymorphic computing. Using a modified network simulator, performance of several NoC topologies and parameters are investigated with standard benchmark programs, including fine grain and coarse grain computations. Simulation results highlight the flexibility and scalability of the proposed polymorphic NoC processor for a wide range of application domains.

Evolu??o das técnicas de simula??o
Lob?o, Elídio de Carvalho;Porto, Arthur José Vieira;
Produ??o , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65131999000100002
Abstract: this work describes the simulation's systems evaluation in the light of technology development, matemathical simulators and reduced physical scale models such as the general purpose simulation language and customized simulators are discussed. finally, an architeture for the new generation of simulators viabilized by the electronics and informatic state of the art: intelligent and interactive simulators which integrate the artificial intelligence and virtual reality technology is presented.
Enjoo de movimento: etiologia, factores predisponentes e adapta??o
Coelho,Carlos S.M.; Santos,Jorge A.; Silva,Carlos Fernandes da;
Psicologia, Saúde & Doen?as , 2007,
Abstract: this article is about motion sickness. after a brief description of the anatomy of the vestibular apparatus we review the theories about the genesis of motion sickness. we will centre our attention on the cue conflict theory (reason & brand, 1975), on the postural instability approach (stoffregen & riccio, 1991), and on the poison theory (treisman, 1977). at last we will discuss the symptoms prevision and its treatment.
?Es adecuada la formación del residente en cirugía laparóscopica?
PRIEGO J,PABLO; LOBO M,EDUARDO; RODRíGUEZ V,GLORIA; CABA?AS M,JACOBO; PEROMINGO F,ROBERTO; FRESNADA M,VIRGILIO;
Revista chilena de cirugía , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-40262008000500009
Abstract: introduction: in spite of significant advancements in laparoscopic surgery in the last years, it was two years ago when the spanish general surgery programme showed this evolution, and specified the number and the kind of interventions a resident should realize in his formation period to obtain the necessary ability in this new surgical technique. purpose: evalúate the training of residents in laparoscopic surgery in relation to the spanish general surgery programme, and to the ramón y cajal specific programme, investigating the number of laparoscopic surgeries in which the resident took part as surgeon or assistant during the period of 2000-2005. results: the first laparoscopic surgery realized by the resident is the cholecistectomy, generally in the second year of residence. a resident of fifth year, when finished his formation, has realized approximately 49 laparoscopic cholecistectomies as first surgeon, and has assisted 56,5 surgeries (advanced laparoscopic surgery is included) conclusión: there is no assent in the literature about the number and the kind of laparoscopic surgeries a resident has to realize in his formation period. in relation to the spanish general surgery programme and the ramón y cajal programme, we think our residents received a correct training in laparoscopic surgery.
APRENDIZAJE EN COLABORACIóN MEDIADO POR SIMULACIóN EN COMPUTADOR: EFECTOS EN EL APRENDIZAJE DE PROCESOS TERMODINáMICOS
Becerra G,Fernando;
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2005,
Abstract: i report on a research project exploring the effects of using the modellus software, aided by collaborative discussion, on the learning of thermodynamic principles in 10th grade students at a private school in bogotá. modellus is a tool designed to simulate model systems. i worked with 41 students organized in a control group and an experimental group. the control group had a reading and a lab activity and solved a set of given problems. the experimental group received the same instruction as the control group and also worked in pairs to design the simulation of the physical event with the modellus program. i compared the learning results of both groups by means of a written test and an application project and found them better in the students who had developed the simulation collaboratively. i qualitatively describe the contribution that the students assign to the program and to collaborative work. then i discuss the pedagogical implications of these findings.
HOW THE FUTURE OF SURGERY IS CHANGING: ROBOTICS, TELESURGERY, SURGICAL SIMULATORS AND OTHER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
R.M. Satava
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2009,
Abstract: Since the advent of minimally invasive surgery, there have been new discoveries in robotics to perform telesurgery, in virtual reality and surgical simulators for surgical education and many emerging new technologies to revolutionize what the future of surgery will become. This is a review of the state of the art in these related fields, of disruptive technologies in the laboratories and the long term implications of the radical new technologies that are emerging.
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