ijerph, vol. 13, pages 923: a group decision framework with intuitionistic preference relations and its application to low car

Xiayu Tong

this article develops a group decision framework with intuitionistic preference relations. an approach is first devised to rectify an inconsistent intuitionistic preference relation to derive an additive consistent one. a new aggregation operato

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

ijerph, vol. 13, pages 924: return migrants’ experience of access to care in corrupt healthcare systems: the bosnian example

Line Neerup Handlos

equal and universal access to healthcare services is a core priority for a just health system. a key societal determinant seen to create inequality in access to healthcare is corruption in the healthcare system. how return migrants’ access to he

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

ijerph, vol. 13, pages 925: acute toxicity and ecological risk assessment of benzophenone and n,n-diethyl-3 methylbenzamide in

Hong-Qin Sun

benzophenone (bp) and n,n-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (deet) are two chemicals often used in personal care products (pcps). there is a lack of systematic ecotoxicological evaluations about the two chemicals to aquatic organisms. in the present stu

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

sensors, vol. 16, pages 1525: fgg-nufft-based method for near-field 3-d imaging using millimeter waves

Yingzhi Kan

in this paper, to deal with the concealed target detection problem, an accurate and efficient algorithm for near-field millimeter wave three-dimensional (3-d) imaging is proposed that uses a two-dimensional (2-d) plane antenna array. first, a tw

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

viruses, vol. 8, pages 259: markers for ongoing or previous hepatitis e virus infection are as common in wild ungulates as in

Anette Roth

hepatitis e virus (hev) is a human pathogen with zoonotic spread, infecting both domestic and wild animals. about 17% of the swedish population is immune to hev, but few cases are reported annually, indicating that most infections are subclinica

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

energies, vol. 9, pages 756: nano-structured gratings for improved light absorption efficiency in solar cells

Farzaneh Fadakar Masouleh

due to the rising power demand and substantial interest in acquiring green energy from sunlight, there has been rapid development in the science and technology of photovoltaics (pv) in the last few decades. furthermore, the synergy of the fields

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

viruses, vol. 8, pages 256: functional equivalence of retroviral ma domains in facilitating psi rna binding specificity by gag

Tiffiny Rye-McCurdy

retroviruses specifically package full-length, dimeric genomic rna (grna) even in the presence of a vast excess of cellular rna. the “psi” (ψ) element within the 5′-untranslated region (5′utr) of grna is critical for packaging through interactio

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

entropy, vol. 18, pages 338: the constant information radar

Bryan Paul

the constant information radar, or cir, is a tracking radar that modulates target revisit time by maintaining a fixed mutual information measure. for highly dynamic targets that deviate significantly from the path predicted by the tracking motio

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

land, vol. 5, pages 30: patterns and predictors of recent forest conversion in new england

Alexandra Thorn

new england forests provide numerous benefits to the region’s residents, but are undergoing rapid development. we used boosted regression tree analysis (brt) to assess geographic predictors of forest loss to development between 2001 and 2011. br

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

materials, vol. 9, pages 782: three-dimensional network model for coupling of fracture and mass transport in quasi-brittle geo

Peter Grassl

dual three-dimensional networks of structural and transport elements were combined to model the effect of fracture on mass transport in quasi-brittle geomaterials. element connectivity of the structural network, representing elasticity and fract

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

materials, vol. 9, pages 781: monitoring poisson’s ratio degradation of frp composites under fatigue loading using biaxially e

Erdem Akay

the significance of strain measurement is obvious for the analysis of fiber-reinforced polymer (frp) composites. conventional strain measurement methods are sufficient for static testing in general. nevertheless, if the requirements exceed the c

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

sensors, vol. 16, pages 1527: spatial ecology of estuarine crocodile (crocodylus porosus) nesting in a fragmented landscape

Luke Evans

the role that oil palm plays in the lower kinabatangan region of eastern sabah is of considerable scientific and conservation interest, providing a model habitat for many tropical regions as they become increasingly fragmented. crocodilians, as

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

ijms, vol. 17, pages 1560: dna interaction studies of selected polyamine conjugates

Marta Szumilak

the interaction of polyamine conjugates with dna double helix has been studied. binding properties were examined by ethidium bromide (etbr) displacement and dna unwinding/topoisomerase i/ii (topo i/ii) activity assays, as well as dsdna thermal s

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

materials, vol. 9, pages 779: multichromic polymers containing alternating bi(3-methoxythiophene) and triphenylamine based uni

Yingfei Hou

two novel triphenylamine-based thiophene derivative monomers, 4-cyano-4′,4″-di(4-methoxythiophen-2-yl)triphenylamine and 4-methoxy-4′,4″-di(4-methoxythiophen-2-yl)triphenylamine, were successfully synthesized. the corresponding polymers includin

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

polymers, vol. 8, pages 342: factors for consideration in an open-flame test for assessing fire blocking performance of barrie

Shonali Nazaré

the main objective of the work reported here is to assess factors that could affect the outcome of a proposed open flame test for barrier fabrics (bf-open flame test). the bf-open flame test characterizes barrier effectiveness by monitoring the

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

crystals, vol. 6, pages 119: two-level electron excitations and distinctive physical properties of al-cu-fe quasicrystals

Alexandre Prekul

this article is not a review in the conventional sense. rather, it is a monographic study of the implications of detection in al-cu-fe quasicrystals of the electronic heat capacity contributions associated with the two-level electron excitations

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

safety, vol. 2, pages 18: chores at times of fatal or serious injuries associated with tractor overturns with and without roll

Henry Cole

this study describes chores when farmers were either fatally or seriously injured and required emergency medical treatment as a result of overturns of tractors with or without rollover protective structures (rops). data from the 2002 kentucky fa

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

water, vol. 8, pages 407: integrating artificial neural networks into the vic model for rainfall-runoff modeling

Changqing Meng

a hybrid rainfall-runoff model was developed in this study by integrating the variable infiltration capacity (vic) model with artificial neural networks (anns). in the proposed model, the prediction interval of the ann replaces separate, individ

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

water, vol. 8, pages 406: strategic framework for sustainable management of drainage systems in semi-arid cities: an iraqi cas

Mohammed Nanekely

for the purpose of this paper, erbil city, located in the northern part of iraq, has been chosen as a representative case study for a large number of cities, particularly in semi-arid areas, lacking sustainable drainage systems (suds). the study

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

ijerph, vol. 13, pages 923: a group decision framework with intuitionistic preference relations and its application to low car

Xiayu Tong

this article develops a group decision framework with intuitionistic preference relations. an approach is first devised to rectify an inconsistent intuitionistic preference relation to derive an additive consistent one. a new aggregation operato

2016-09-18 08:00:00  

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