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  1. Information Technology and Communications (ICT) is presented as the main element in order to achieve more efficient and sustainable city resource management, while making sure that the needs of the citizens to improve their quality of life are…
  2. Virtualization-based server consolidation requires runtime resource\nreconfiguration to ensure adequate application isolation and performance,\nespecially for multitier services that have dynamic, rapidly changing\nworkloads and responsiveness…
  3. From the Preface: "This book was written for the active reader. The first part consists of problems, frequently preceded by definitions and motivation, and sometimes followed by corollaries and historical remarks... The second part, a very short…
  4. The release of methane into the atmosphere through destabilization of clathrates is a positive feedback mechanism capable of amplifying global warming trends that may have operated several times in the geological past. Such methane release is a…
  5. Existing literature in the field of e-learning technology acceptance reflects a significant number of independent studies that primarily investigate the causal relationships proposed by technology acceptance theory, such as the technology acceptance…
  6. A meta-analysis of 69 data sets (N = 125,308) was carried out on studies that simultaneously evaluate the effects of math and verbal achievements on math and verbal self-concepts. As predicted by the internal/external frame of reference (I/E) model,…
  7. Measures based on routinely collected data would be useful to examine the epidemiology of patient safety. Extending previous work, we established the face and consensual validity of twenty Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs). We generated a national…
  8. The nature and process of the main regulatory changes of the last decade\nrepresent a challenge for political economists. Not only were major deregulatory\nprocesses undertaken without the active support of the regulated\nindustries, but the process…
  9. OBJECTIVE: To assess the evidence for the cost-effectiveness of health behaviour interventions that address the major behavioural risk factors for chronic disease, including smoking, physical inactivity, poor diet, and alcohol misuse. METHODS:…
  10. Background: There is a need in primary care for an easily administered instrument to give early indications of disorders in mother-infant relationships.\r\nMethods: An 84 item questionnaire was administered to 104 subjects, including normal mothers,…
  11. This study investigates the structural and functional differences between the non-standard Negro English of northern ghetto areas ({NNE}) and standard English ({SE}). The major field work was done in Central Harlem with (1) a geographically random…
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