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Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Capital Market Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria

Bamishe Omotayo Olusegun,Owolabi Sunday Ajao
In this study, capital market development and economic growth in Nigeria from 2003 to 2022 was investigated. The market capitalization rate was used as a proxy for stock market development, along with interest rates, and the RGDP as a measure of economic growth. In order to determine whether there is a substantial and positive association between Nigeria’s stock market de-velopment and economic growth, the study used the multiple regression analysis test. The empirical finding indicates that whi...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1110891


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Wave Particle Duality: De Broglie Waves in Indirect Quantum Measurements

Carlos López
The wave particle duality is one of the less intuitive properties of Quantum Mechanics. Under some particular experimental circumstances, when cor-puscular systems can follow two alternative paths which later on rejoin and superpose, some wave like interference happens. If one of the paths is blocked the wave like behaviour disappears. As the particle arrives to the fi-nal position we can infer it has followed the free path, and therefore it is al-ways spatially separated of the blocking system ...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111202


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of COVID-19: A Case Study of Navakholo Sub-County, Kakamega, Kenya

Maximilla Wanzala,Elizabeth Omukunda,Stella Wanjala,Micky Olutende Oloo
A viral illness called COVID-19 can be spread from one person to another. 2019 saw the first case of the virus reported in Wuhan, China, while 2020 saw Kenya record the first COVID-19 infection in Sub-Saharan Africa. To stop the virus from spreading, it is crucial to have the proper information, attitudes, and behaviors. There has been increased research on the impact COVID-19 had on the normal lives of people, however, studies of this effect on rural communities are scarce. Hence, the study was...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111208


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Diabetic Mastopathy: A Case Report

Hodan Idriss Ahmed,Mounia Bouzida,Abderrahim Aboulfalah,Abderraouf Soummani
Diabetic mastopathy is a recently described and uncommon benign entity occurring in young women with prolonged and complicated type 1 diabetes mellitus. Its clinical and radiological signs are not specific and often mimic a breast carcinoma. However, the benign nature of this lesion is easily recog-nized on histological examination, visualizing dense keloid-like fibrosis, lymphocytic lobulitis and ductitis with lymphocytic perivascular inflamma-tion, with or without epithelioid-like fibroblasts....
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111216


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Characteristics and Enlightenment of the Development of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education in South Korean Colleges

Junjun Song
An in-depth analysis of the case of Korea Myongji College, a college in South Korea, shows that innovation and entrepreneurship education in Korean col-leges and universities originated in the 1980s and has gone through three main development stages: the initial stage, the development stage, and the mature stage, and now has a relatively complete entrepreneurship education system. The education system, that is, led by the government, led by univer-sities, and promoted by the industry, is specifi...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111229


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Research on the Cultural and Educational Value and Path of International Students in South Korea

Li Luo
At present, the development of higher education in my country is gradually maturing. Under the background of Chinese international education, the number of students who come to China has continued to expand. Cultural communication, especially the “neighbors” of our country -South Korea, to carry out cultural literacy education and improvement of studying in Korea. Culture is important in the development and expansion of Koreans. In terms of international education in Chinese, we must have a nati...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111231


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

A Study on the Lower Limb Biomechanical Characteristics of Elite Weightlifter Li Fabin during the Snatch Phase—Based on Anybody Simulation

Zhanyang He,Binyong Ye,Gongju Liu,Houwei Zhu
Objectives: This study uses the Anybody simulation software to analyze the dynamic data of elite weightlifter Li Fabin during competition, focusing on the biomechanical characteristics during the critical snatch phase. The research aims to provide theoretical support for training, evaluating, and di-agnosing technical movements during this phase of weightlifting. Methods: High-speed cameras were placed on both sides of the weightlifting platform to capture video...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111234


Feb 28, 2024Open    Access

Fragrance of Drunk Desire—Exploring the Description of Smell in “Madame Bovary”

Sixuan Liu
Madame Bovary, as a representative work of the great French realist novelist Flaubert, fully showcases Flaubert’s modernist narrative of “objective writing”. With objective writing and a daily plot as the starting point, it portrays Emma’s decline process through the meticulous depiction of the environment and things. At present, research on Madame Bovary mainly focuses on the analysis of the character traits, the causes of Emma’s tragedy, and criticism of social reality and ro...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1111265


Feb 27, 2024Open    Access

Course Design for Low-Altitude Atmospheric Detection Experiment Based on Multi-Rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Xiaohang Wen
The atmospheric sounding experiment is a practical course that complements the theoretical course of atmospheric detection. Mastering the basic experi-mental techniques of atmospheric detection is a fundamental requirement for the development of talents in atmospheric science and atmospheric detection for the new era of meteorological observation. The School of Atmospheric Sciences at the Chengdu University of Information Technology has adjusted the teaching content and system of the traditional...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1110232


Feb 27, 2024Open    Access

Hydranencephaly in an Infant: About a Case at Medical Imaging for All (IMT) in Kinshasa/The Democratic Republic of Congo

Bomane Isombeko Diallo, Pascal Ndudi, Tacite Kpanya Mazoba,Angèle Tanzia Mbongo, Gertrude Luyeye Mvila, Jean Mukaya Tshibola, Lily Kuzoma,Cynthia Minouche, Patrick Lusilao Anelia, Ruben Siko Kola, Michel Lelo Tshikwela,Antoine Aundu Molua
Hydranencephaly corresponds (in its major and bilateral form) to the total is-chemic destruction (most often occurring between 3 and 6 months of preg-nancy) of the normally developed cerebral hemispheres which are replaced by a vast liquid cavity surrounded by the meninges. However, there are the basal ganglia, the brainstem and the cerebellum. We report and describe a case of an infant, aged 9 months received in Medical Imaging for All for a brain scan on macrocephaly. In the CT-scan, we note t...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.11, 2024
Doi:10.4236/oalib.1110941


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