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Using logic model and visualization to conduct portfolio evaluation.

Portfolio evaluation is the evaluation of multiple projects with a common purpose. While logic models have been used in many ways to support evaluation, and data visualization has been used widely to present and communicate evaluation findings, adopting logic models for portfolio evaluation and using data visualization to share findings simultaneously is surprisingly limited in the literature. With the data from a sample portfolio of 209 projects which aims to improve the system of early care and education ...


Recent Progress in Fluorescence Signal Design for DNA-based Logic Circuits.

DNA-based logic circuits, encoding algorithm in DNA and processing information, are leading molecular computer forward to frontier, owing to DNA's advantages of stability, accessibility, manipulability, and especially inherent biological significance and potential medical application. In recent years, numerous logic functions, from arithmetic to nonarithmetic, have been realized based on DNA. However, DNA can hardly provide detectable signal by itself, so that the DNA-based circuits have to depend on extrin...

Resettable and enzyme-free molecular logic devices for the intelligent amplification detection of multiple miRNAs via catalyzed hairpin assembly.

The integration of multi-level DNA logic gates for biological diagnosis is far from being fully realized. In particular, the simplification of logical analysis to implement advanced logic diagnoses is still a critical challenge for DNA computing and bioelectronics. Here, we developed a magnetic bead/DNA system to construct a library of logic gates, enabling the sensing of multiplex target miRNAs. In this assay, the miRNA-catalyzed hairpin assembly (CHA) was successfully applied to construct two/three-input ...


Patient involvement and institutional logics: A discussion paper.

The research into patient involvement is seldom concerned with the significance of cultural and structural factors. In this discussion paper, we illustrate our considerations on some of the challenges in implementing the ideal of patient involvement by showing how such factors take part in shaping the ways in which the intentions to involve patients are converted to practical interventions. The aim was to contribute to the approach dealing with contextual and structural factors of significance for patient i...

Design of DNA-based Innovative Computing system of Digital Comparison.

Despite great potential and extensive interest in developing biomolecule-based computing, the development of even basic molecular logic gates is still in its infancy. Digital comparator (DC) is the basic unit in traditional electronic computers, but it is difficult to construct a system for achieving large-scale integration. Here, we construct, for the first time, a novel logic computing system of DCs that can compare whether two or more numbers are equal. Our approach is by taking advantage of facile prepa...

Versatility of fuzzy logic in chronic diseases: A review.

The review aims at providing current state of evidence in the field of medicine with fuzzy logic for diagnosing diseases. Literature reveals that fuzzy logic has been used effectively in medicine. Different types of methodologies have been applied to diagnose the diseases based on symptoms, historical and clinical data of an individual. Increase in the number of recent applications of medicine with fuzzy-logic is an indication of growing popularity of fuzzy systems. Fuzzy intelligent systems developed durin...

Cell Junction Proteins-Mimetic Artificial Nanochannel System: Basic Logic Gates Implemented by Nanofluidic Diodes.

Inspired by communication modes of cell junction proteins, artificial bi-channel nanofluidic diodes system was constructed and investigated to implement basic "AND" and "OR" logic gates in different connection modes. Input conditions were set as conducting and non-conducting states of each nanofluidic diode unit. Output results were set as response current of the system at rated voltage. Besides, nanofluidic diodes with different ionic permeability were connected in multiple modes and different logic operat...

Type-2 Fuzzy Logic-Based Linguistic Pursuing Strategy Design and Its Deployment to a Real-World Pursuit Evasion Game.

This paper presents a systematic and interpretable design approach to generate type-2 (T2) fuzzy logic-based linguistic pursuing strategies (PSs) and their deployment to a real-world pursuit-evasion game (PEG). First, we have developed a novel T2 fuzzy logic-based strategy planner (T2-FSP). Then, through detailed theoretical investigations on the input-output mapping of the T2-FSP, it has been shown that it is possible to design a linguistic PS which defines both pursuer's approaching behavior (aggressive, ...

Use of the logic model to develop and implement an interprofessional module for undergraduate healthcare students at a University in South Africa: A study protocol.

Interprofessional education and collaborative practice, supported by the World Health Organisation and the local Health Professions Council is not fully established at all universities and for all health professions in South Africa (HPCSA, 2014). In this study protocol, the logic model is proposed as a framework for the development of a module for final year healthcare students. The logic model will guide planning and implementation following the steps of situational analysis, input and processes, output a...

Design of "turn-ON and turn-OFF" fluorescence switching based photonic logic gates through multiple input-output models by MoS quantum dots.

We demonstrate Boolean logic gates like behavior of Molybdenum disulfide quantum dots (MoS QDs) based on "turn-ON" and "turn-OFF" fluorescence switching response upon the addition of various biomolecules, carbon based materials and other organic molecules as inputs. The logic gates are constructed through single input single output (SISO), double inputs single output (DISO) and single input double outputs (SIDO) models. The fluorescence enhancement/"turn-ON" response of MoS QDs is observed in the presence o...

Nurses' knowledge and deliberations crucial to Barcoded Medication Administration technology in a Dutch hospital: Discovering nurses' agency inside ruling.

This article shows how Barcoded Medication Administration technology institutionally organizes and rules the daily actions of nurses. Although it is widely assumed that Barcoded Medication Administration technology improves quality and safety by reducing the risk of human error, little research has been done on how this technology alters the work of nurses. Drawing on empirical and conceptual strategies of analysis, this qualitative study used certain tools of institutional ethnography to provide a view of ...

Nanoscale fluorescent metal-organic framework composites as a logic platform for potential diagnosis of asthma.

Asthma is a common chronic disorder, and the decreased hydrogen sulfide (HS) production in the lung has been considered as an early detection biomarker for asthma. However, the detection of HS in biological systems remains a challenge; because it requires the designed sensors to have the following features: nanoscale size, good biocompatibility, real-time detection, high selectivity/sensitivity, and good water stability. Here, we propose the potential of using nanoscale fluorescent metal-organic framework (...

DNA logic circuits based amplification system for quencher-free and highly sensitive detection of DNA and adenosine triphosphate.

We fabricated a quencher-free and enzyme-free fluorescence detection system by employing the DNA logic circuits as signal amplifier and 2-aminopurine as signal indicator, and applied it to detect DNA and adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The assay system consisted of three hairpin probes with a sequestered 2-aminopurine molecule in each stem domain which was defined as inputs A, B and C of the logic operation. These three hairpin inputs kept stability and coexisted in reaction solution without target. However, ...

Molecular memory with downstream logic processing exemplified by switchable and self-indicating guest capture and release.

Molecular-logic based computation (MLBC) has grown by accumulating many examples of combinational logic gates and a few sequential variants. In spite of many inspirations being available in biology, there are virtually no examples of MLBC in chemistry where sequential and combinational operations are integrated. Here we report a simple alcohol-ketone redox interconversion which switches a macrocycle between a large or small cavity, with erect aromatic walls which create a deep hydrophobic space or with coll...

Voltage-Controlled Magnetoresistance in Silicon Nanowire Transistors.

Magneto-electronic logic is an innovative approach to performing high-efficiency computations. Additionally, the ultra-large scale integration requirement for computation strongly suggests exploiting magnetoresistance effects in non-magnetic semiconductor materials. Here, we demonstrate the magnetoresistance effect in a silicon nanowire field effect transistor (SNWT) fabricated by complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS)-compatible technology. Our experimental results show that the sign and the magnit...

Allele-specific expression elucidates cis-regulatory logic.

Mobile Robot Networks for Environmental Monitoring: A Cooperative Receding Horizon Temporal Logic Control Approach.

This paper deals with the problem of environmental monitoring by designing and analyzing a cooperative receding horizon temporal logic (CRH-TL) control approach for mobile robot networks. First, a radial basis function network is used to model the distribution of environmental attributes in the monitored environment. On the basis of the established environment model, the problem of environmental monitoring can be formulated as a dynamical optimization problem. Second, an acceptable node set is obtained by e...

Synthesis of methionine methyl ester-modified coumarin as the fluorescent-colorimetric chemosensor for selective detection Cu with application in molecular logic gate.

A methionine methyl ester-modified coumarin derivative was designed and synthesized, which could discriminate Cu from other metal ions in HEPES buffer (10 mM, pH 7.4)/CHCN (40:60, V/V). The detection limit of WM toward Cu was 1.84 × 10 M, which was lower than the concentration of Cu in drinking water suggested by WHO and EPA. And the proposed coordination mode exhibiting the interaction between WM and Cu was studied by UV-Vis, fluorescence spectrum, ESI-MS and FT-IR. Based on the fluorescent reve...

Management of Pilonidal Disease Needs Paradigm Shift From More to Less: Enough Evidence and Logic Available.

Elements of logic, rhetoric and eristic for expert witnesses giving oral opinions at court hearings.

The aim of this article is to provide expert witnesses, especially psychiatrists, other physicians, as well as psychologists, with basic information on logic, rhetoric and eristic, useful in their professional practice. The reason is that these skills, undoubtedly belonging to the classical education, are not standard elements of teaching professionals in the fields mentioned above. Having the expert knowledge, ability to diagnose, to conduct a therapy and to prognosticate does not indicate the ability to c...

A logic programming language for computational nucleic acid devices.

Computational nucleic acid devices show great potential for enabling a broad range of biotechnology applications, including smart probes for molecular biology research, in vitro assembly of complex compounds, high-precision in vitro disease diagnosis and, ultimately, computational theranostics inside living cells. This diversity of applications is supported by a broad range of implementation strategies, including nucleic acid strand displacement, localisation to substrates, and the use of enzymes with polym...

Reciprocity within patient-physician and patient-spouse/caregiver dyads: insights into patient-centered care.

To explore the reciprocal process of decisional conflict within the patient-physician dyad, and its relationship with patient general health and patient-perceived physician helpfulness. Among the subset of participants who were in a committed relationship, we examined the congruence in reciprocal processes between patient-spouse/caregiver and patient-physician dyads.

A Combined Modelling of Fuzzy Logic and Time-Driven Activity-based Costing (TDABC) for Hospital Services Costing under Uncertainty.

Hospital traditional cost accounting systems have inherent limitations that restrict their usefulness for measuring the exact cost of healthcare services. In this regard, new approaches such as Time Driven-Activity based Costing (TDABC) provide appropriate information on the activities needed to provide a quality service. However, TDABC is not flawless. This system is designed for conditions of relatively accurate information that can accurately estimate the cost of services provided to patients. In this st...

Patient injuries in pediatric otorhinolaryngology.

Patient injuries in children can have lifelong effects on the patient and a marked impact on the whole family. The aim of this study was to identify the errors and incidents leading to patient injuries in pediatric otorhinolaryngology (ORL) by evaluating accepted patient injury claims.

Assessment of isocenter alignment during CT colonography: Implications for clinical practice.

Optimization of image quality and patient radiation dose is achieved in part by positioning the patient at the isocenter of the CT gantry. The aim of this study was to establish whether there was increased isocenter misalignment (IM) in CT colonography (CTC) scans by comparing patient position during the prone part of a CTC to patient position during renal stone protocol CT (CT-KUB) and patient position during the supine part of a CTC to patient position during abdominopelvic CT (CT-AP).


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