Multi-Period Liner Ship Fleet Planning With Dependent Uncertain Container Shipment Demand, 2015 University of Wollongong
Multi-Period Liner Ship Fleet Planning With Dependent Uncertain Container Shipment Demand, Qiang Meng, Tingsong Wang, Shuaian Wang
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences - Papers
This paper deals with a realistic multi-period liner ship fleet planning problem by incorporating stochastic dependency of the random and period-dependent container shipment demand. This problem is formulated as a multi-period stochastic programming model with a sequence of interrelated two-stage stochastic programming (2SSP) problems characterized ship fleet planning in each single period. A solution method integrating dual decomposition and Lagrangian relaxation method is designed for solving the developed model. Numerical experiments are carried out to assess applicability and performance of the proposed model and solution algorithm. The results further demonstrate importance of stochastic dependence of the uncertain container shipment demand.
An Analysis Of Mayo Clinic Search Query Logs For Cardiovascular Diseases, 2014 Wright State University
An Analysis Of Mayo Clinic Search Query Logs For Cardiovascular Diseases, Ashutosh Sopan Jadhav, Amit P. Sheth, Jyotishman Pathak
Increasingly, individuals are taking active participation in learning and managing their health by leveraging online resources. Understanding online health information searching behavior can help us to study what health topics users search for and how search queries are formulated. In this work, we analyzed 10 million cardiovascular diseases (CVD) related search queries from MayoClinic.com. We performed semantic analysis on the queries using UMLS MetaMap and analyzed structural and textual properties as well as linguistic characteristics of the queries.
Online Information Searching For Cardiovascular Diseases: An Analysis Of Mayo Clinic Search Query Logs, 2014 Wright State University
Online Information Searching For Cardiovascular Diseases: An Analysis Of Mayo Clinic Search Query Logs, Ashutosh Sopan Jadhav, Amit P. Sheth, Jyotishman Pathak
Since the early 2000’s, Internet usage for health information searching has increased significantly. Studying search queries can help us to understand users “information need” and how do they formulate search queries (“expression of information need”). Although cardiovascular diseases (CVD) affect a large percentage of the population, few studies have investigated how and what users search for CVD. We address this knowledge gap in the community by analyzing a large corpus of 10 million CVD related search queries from MayoClinic.com. Using UMLS MetaMap and UMLS semantic types/concepts, we developed a rule-based approach to categorize the queries into 14 ...
Bridging The Work Of Field Scientists And The Needs Of Data Re-Users, 2014 University of South Florida
Bridging The Work Of Field Scientists And The Needs Of Data Re-Users, Antonia Rosati, Lynn Yarmey
The International Workshop on Ice Caves
The National Science Foundation requires Principal Investigators to make the data they collect and create publically available. To assist PIs with this requirement, NSF funded the Advanced Cooperative Arctic Data and Information Service (ACADIS). ACADIS houses data from the Division of Polar Programs (PLR), provides data management assistance to PIs, and advances search and data discovery tools. In short, ACADIS exists for NSF Arctic researchers by providing a safe home for data and encouraging data reuse. ACADIS is a group of specialist organizations comprised to create a repository of Arctic data that encompasses spatial, temporal, and attribute granularity of data ...
Banner Document Management: Remarkable Improvements, 2014 The College at Brockport: State University of New York
Banner Document Management: Remarkable Improvements, Pat Maxwell, Patty Pfister
ITS Publications and Presentations
In 2013, The College at Brockport was presented with the Ellucian Inspire Award for achieving measurable improvements in the College’s admissions and student record/business processes through the application of Banner® Document Management (BDM) and EMC ApplicationXtender® along with local modifications that extended BDM functionality. Since 2010, the College at Brockport’s document imaging project team has worked closely with campus service departments to create a collaborative process of imaged document sharing based on best practices defined by the collective departments. Key desired improvements to the BDM product include Population Selection access to document index values from locally created ...
Application Of Problem Based Learning And Mastery Learning To Multimedia Education, 2014 Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Application Of Problem Based Learning And Mastery Learning To Multimedia Education, Gabriel J. Grant, Dominick E. Fazarro, Luke Steinke
Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development
The current state of education and the workforce demands a special kind of learner capable of creativity, communicating effectively, analytical skill application, critical thinking, and problem solving. Whereas these skills are important, it is also a necessity for learners to be masters of the knowledge and skills that they have acquired. Traditional educational methods have proven to be somewhat ineffective in producing these results. Problem based learning has proven worthy in handling some of the load, however, mastery learning has been abandoned long ago for reasons in spite of its effectiveness. Through given examples and careful design, the educator will ...
Safety Culture Perceptions In A Collegiate Aviation Program: A Systematic Assessment, 2014 Purdue University
Safety Culture Perceptions In A Collegiate Aviation Program: A Systematic Assessment, Daniel Kwasi Adjekum
Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering
An assessment of the perceptions of respondents on the safety culture at an accredited Part 141 four year collegiate aviation program was conducted as part of the implementation of a safety management system (SMS). The Collegiate Aviation Program Safety Culture Assessment Survey (CAPSCAS), which was modified and revalidated from the existing Commercial Aviation Safety Survey (CASS), was used. Participants were drawn from flight students and certified flight instructors in the program. The survey captured the perceptions of participants on the status of the safety culture in the program. There were significant variances in the perception of respondents on the safety ...
Mining Contrast Subspaces, 2014 Wright State University
Mining Contrast Subspaces, Lei Duan, Guanting Tang, Jian Pei, James Bailey, Guozhu Dong, Akiko Campbell, Changjie Tang
In this paper, we tackle a novel problem of mining contrast subspaces. Given a set of multidimensional objects in two classes C + and C − and a query object o, we want to find top-ksubspaces S that maximize the ratio of likelihood of o in C + against that in C −. We demonstrate that this problem has important applications, and at the same time, is very challenging. It even does not allow polynomial time approximation. We present CSMiner, a mining method with various pruning techniques. CSMiner is substantially faster than the baseline method. Our experimental results on real data sets ...
The Impact Of Solar Lights On The Individual Welfare And Fishing Productivity Of Liberian Fishermen, 2014 College of William and Mary
The Impact Of Solar Lights On The Individual Welfare And Fishing Productivity Of Liberian Fishermen, William Smith
Liberia has the lowest level of electrification in the world. Due to the severe under-provision of public electricity, private suppliers have started to fill the gap. One such provider is the Liberian Energy Network (LEN), which imports and distributes solar lights. This study examines the impact of LEN’s solar lights on the individual welfare and fishing productivity of Liberian fishermen. Employing a randomized controlled trial of 90 fishermen over seven weeks in Monrovia, Liberia, it finds that access to solar lights not only significantly increases participants’ security but also enables their children to study at night. The effect of ...
Explore The Six Fundamentals Unlv Accelerated: High-Energy X-Ray Applications (Hexa), 2014 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Explore The Six Fundamentals Unlv Accelerated: High-Energy X-Ray Applications (Hexa), Oliver A. Hemmers
NSTec UNLV Symposium
- UNLV and HEXA for a Brighter Southern Nevada Future
- History of HEXA’s Public-‐Private Partnership
- Discovery Through Research and Innova4ve Technologies
- The Innova4ve Process
- Southern Nevada Research and Economic Development Applica4ons
- HEXA Program Benefits
Plastic Deformation Of Steel Plates Under High Impact Loading, 2014 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Plastic Deformation Of Steel Plates Under High Impact Loading, Brendan O'Toole
NSTec UNLV Symposium
- UNLV Two-stage Light Gas Gun
- Experimental Measurements
- Physical Results of Impact on Target Plates
- Research Objectives
- Computational Analysis Methods
- Material Models used in Computational Analysis
- Simulation Comparison: Crater and Deformation
- Simulation Comparison: Free Surface Velocity
- High Speed Video of Experiments
- Microscopy of Failure Surface: Is Phase Change an Issue?
- Electron Back Scatter Diffraction (EBSD) of Failure Surfaces
- On-going Plans and Future Work
Fearless Friday: Kirsten Crear, 2014 Gettysburg College
Fearless Friday: Kirsten Crear, Kirsten Crear '14
Even in her last semester here at Gettysburg, Kirsten Crear ’14 is fearlessly working to make changes for the future of the campus community. This semester, Kirsten introduced a STEMinists club on campus that will give female students who are STEM (an acronym for Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) majors the opportunity to come together and create a community, share and discuss the difficulties they face as women in their fields of study, and support and mentor each other as they prepare to enter their fields.
Kirsten is passionate, driven, and determined, taking the initiative to bring this group of women together on campus ...
State Of The U.S. Ocean And Coastal Economies 2014, 2014 Center for the Blue Economy
State Of The U.S. Ocean And Coastal Economies 2014, Judith T. Kildow, Charles S. Colgan, Jason D. Scorse, Pat Johnston, Matt Nichols
The nation's coasts and oceans contribute much to the United States economy. For the past 14 years, the National Ocean Economics Program (NOEP), now a program of the Center for the Blue Economy at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, has compiled time-series data that track economic activities, demographics, ports and cargo volume and value, natural resource production and value, non-market values, and federal expenditures in the U.S. coastal zone both on land and in the water. A report on the ocean and coastal economies of the United States was released by NOEP in 2009 covering data through ...
Ship Space And Database: The Co-Shaping Of Spatial Configurations Aboard Ocean Drilling Cruise Ships And Material Artifacts Of Practice In Onshore Laboratories, Peter Darch
This paper presents a longitudinal ethnographic study of a large, multidisciplinary scientific project studying subseafloor microbial life.
To study this life, scientists need rock and water samples taken from the seafloor. To collect these samples, scientists participate in ocean drilling cruises, such as those carried out as part of the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). The IODP and its forerunners have been operating since the 1960s. Initially, these cruises only involved physical scientists (such as geochemists). In recent years, microbiologists have become part of these cruises. This has involved reallocating space on cruise ships to the construction of a microbiology ...
Is There A Clubbing Effect Underlying Chinese Research Citation Increases?, 2014 SelectedWorks
Is There A Clubbing Effect Underlying Chinese Research Citation Increases?, Li Tang, Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie
There is increasing evidence that citations to Chinese research are rising sharply. A variety of explanations have been explored in previous studies. This research aims to explore another potential explanation – whether there exists a “clubbing” effect in China’s surge in research citations, in which a higher rate of internal citing takes place among Chinese most influential researchers. Focusing on the most highly cited research articles in nanotechnology, we found that a larger proportion of Chinese nanotechnology research citations are localized within individual, institutional and national boundaries. Both descriptive and statistical tests suggest that highly cited Chinese papers are more ...
Modifying Gluten Free Food For Arabic Celiac Patients, 2014 SelectedWorks
Modifying Gluten Free Food For Arabic Celiac Patients, Suad Fahad Alfuraih
Coping with Celiac Disease is so hard especially at the being months after been diagnosed. However, patients and families will easily get used to the challenge and live normally. As scientists, clinicians, moms, dads, nutritionists, teachers, dieticians, we often speak objectively, as in, this is the best thing for the whole world to do, yet we know that everyone is so very different--different in genetics, in environment, in habits--and we must look at the individual to determine what is truly best. According to a study will be shown in APPENDIX 1, done by Prof. Aljebreen and other Saudi colleagues at ...
With Whom Do We Speak? Building Transdisciplinary Collaborations In Rhetoric Of Science, 2014 University of Iowa
With Whom Do We Speak? Building Transdisciplinary Collaborations In Rhetoric Of Science, Caroline Gottschalk Druschke
There is a necessary and growing preoccupation in rhetoric of science with the real-world consequences of our work and with the mediating role rhetoric should play at the nexus of science-publics-policy. Emerging from these discussions are calls by Gross, Ceccarelli, and Herndl for thoughtful and practical action. This paper builds from this preoccupation with thoughtful praxis, highlighting three funded collaborations that offer a vision for engaged, mutually beneficial, consequential collaborations in rhetoric of science. Taken together, these collaborations constitute an argument for Herndl’s “applied rhetoric of science.” They move beyond transactional models of collaboration and posit a transdisciplinary vision ...
Where’S The Rhetoric? Broader Impacts In Collaborative Research, 2014 University of Iowa
Where’S The Rhetoric? Broader Impacts In Collaborative Research, Leah Ceccarelli
Rhetoricians involved in funded collaborative research with scientists have discussed some of their own rhetorical choices in conveying to their research partners the unique and valuable contributions made by rhetorical inquiry. But different definitions of what expertise is offered by someone trained in rhetoric as a field of study shape their conclusions, as does the fact that most are in the early stages of this collaborative work. They have provided an energetic start to what promises to be a spirited, valuable, and lengthy conversation about how rhetoricians of science might think about the broader impacts of their research.
Usos E Significados Da Tecnologia Na Academia, 2014 SelectedWorks
Usos E Significados Da Tecnologia Na Academia, João Monteiro Matos
João Monteiro Matos
This study seeks to understand how the academic population – professors and researchers perceives, uses, and interacts with new information and communication technologies (ICT) in their everyday working practices. The main goal is to understand whether these new technologies can be an indicator of different scientific cultures, using the metaphor of the “two cultures” introduced by Charles Snow (1963).
I make use of this metaphor to examine differences and specificities of two scientific communities: the natural sciences and the social sciences community at two institutions of the University of Lisbon.
This research follows a mixed methods strategy, combining the application of ...
Unpacking The Matthew Effect In Citations, 2014 SelectedWorks
Unpacking The Matthew Effect In Citations, Jian Wang
One problem confronting the use of citation-based metrics in science studies and research evaluations is the Matthew effect. This paper reviews the role of citations in science and decomposes the Matthew effect in citations into three components: networking, prestige, and appropriateness. The networking and prestige effects challenge the validity of citation-based metrics, but the appropriateness effect does not. Using panel data of 1,279 solo-authored papers’ citation histories and fixed effects models, we test these three effects controlling for unobserved paper characteristics. We find no evidence of retroactive networking effect and only weak evidence of prestige effect (very small and ...