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U01HL131072 (start date Sept. 2016) Multi-PI: Dartois , Flynn, Kirschner , Linderman

U01HL131072 (start date Sept. 2016) Multi-PI: Dartois , Flynn, Kirschner , Linderman

A Multi-scale Systems Pharmacology Approach to TB Treatment: Model Credibility Plan Jennifer Linderman Dept. Chemical Engineering University of Michigan March 24, 2017. U01HL131072 (start date Sept. 2016) Multi-PI: Dartois , Flynn, Kirschner , Linderman. Grant Overview.

By liam
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Bike Safety By Cameron

Bike Safety By Cameron

Bike Safety By Cameron. Bike Fact. Every year about 3,000 kids go to the hospital with bicycle injuries. Rule #1. You should always wear a helmet. Rule #2. Your bike helmet should fit you perfectly. Rule#3. Check your brakes before riding. Rule #4. Check your tires and the tire pressure.

By Ava
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Writing for Emergency Management

Writing for Emergency Management

Writing for Emergency Management. …and tips for other types of writing too!. Why this topic?. Students (and people in the work force) struggle with writing You likely have a final project/paper to write in the near future Poor writing on a job application can cost you the job

By Faraday
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Classroom Rules

Classroom Rules

Classroom Rules. for Mrs. Proctor’s Class. Rule #1. Respect! It’s an easy rule to follow, so follow it always. This includes using your manners. Rule #2. Prepared! Bring everything you need in order to learn (hw, pen/pencil, paper, ect). Other Rules.

By elina
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Harold M. Goldner Kraut Harris – Philadelphia, PA Todd C. Scott (Moderator)

Harold M. Goldner Kraut Harris – Philadelphia, PA Todd C. Scott (Moderator)

Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Ins. Co. Practice Management Webcast Series Identifying Conflicts of Interest in Litigation and Business Law Practice. Harold M. Goldner Kraut Harris – Philadelphia, PA Todd C. Scott (Moderator) Minnesota Lawyers Mutual . Certificate of Attendance

By coty
(160 views)

CptS 440 / 540 Artificial Intelligence

CptS 440 / 540 Artificial Intelligence

CptS 440 / 540 Artificial Intelligence. Expert Systems and Planning. Expert Systems. ES perform tasks for specific domains that require human expertise Medical diagnosis, fault diagnosis, status monitoring, data interpretation, computer configuration, etc.

By wycliff
(200 views)

Statistic for the day: The average number of new words added to English per year:

Statistic for the day: The average number of new words added to English per year:

Statistic for the day: The average number of new words added to English per year:. 350. Source: OED. Assignment: Read Chapter 16 Exercises pp. 291-294: 2, 4, 6, 13, 18. These slides were created by Tom Hettmansperger and in some cases modified by David Hunter.

By beyla
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Donald Patrick Eckler Paul Ruscheinski Pretzel & Stouffer, Chartered One South Wacker Drive

Donald Patrick Eckler Paul Ruscheinski Pretzel & Stouffer, Chartered One South Wacker Drive

Something Wicked This Way Comes: The Tripartite Relationship and Conflicts of Interest in the Defense of Insured Defendants. Donald Patrick Eckler Paul Ruscheinski Pretzel & Stouffer, Chartered One South Wacker Drive Suite 2500 Chicago, Illinois 60606 312-346-1973.

By payton
(243 views)

Todd C. Scott VP Risk Management

Todd C. Scott VP Risk Management

Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Ins. Co. Practice Management Webcast Series Back to School With The MSBA: Your Primer on Case Management & Client Organization Tools. Todd C. Scott VP Risk Management. Michael Carlson Joe Kaczrowski Minnesota State Bar Association Lawyer Services.

By alexandre
(180 views)

15-853: Algorithms in the Real World

15-853: Algorithms in the Real World

15-853: Algorithms in the Real World. Suffix Trees. Exact String Matching. Given a text T of length m and pattern P of length n “Quickly” find an occurrence (or all occurrences) of P in T A Naïve solution: Compare P with T[i…i+n] for all i --- O(nm) time

By naeva
(160 views)

Some other set notation

Some other set notation

Some other set notation. We will use the notation. to mean that e is an element of A. We will use the notation. to mean that e is not an element of A. Thus. We will use the notation. to mean that A is a subset B. ( B is a superset of A. ). B. A. Union and Intersection.

By season
(148 views)

Channel Access Security

Channel Access Security

Channel Access Security. Kay Kasemir ORNL/SNS kasemirk@ornl.gov Feb. 2013 Material copied from the IOC Application Developer's Guide Marty Kraimer, Janet Anderson, Andrew Johnson (APS) and others. “ Security ” ?. Not like this

By buffy
(95 views)

Create High Performance Testing Teams P. Nagarajan Softsmith

Create High Performance Testing Teams P. Nagarajan Softsmith

Create High Performance Testing Teams P. Nagarajan Softsmith. Goals. We need to create a set of people who scale up fast Those people must be able to run projects within a quarter Must become account managers within 2 quarters Create an environment like that in IIMs.

By avian
(136 views)

A tutorial on Kernelization

A tutorial on Kernelization

A tutorial on Kernelization. Hans L. Bodlaender. On this talk. Kernelization: what, why, how? Connection with fixed parameter tractability: problems without kernels Problems without polynomial kernels Conclusions Thanks to many people for inspiration, collaboration and contribution!.

By dinh
(118 views)

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Unit 2 – Limits of Size. Overview of Rules. There are four general rules Taylor’s rule. Limits of size. Regardless of Feature Size (RFS) is the default. Pitch cylinder axis is reference for thread and screws. Virtual condition.

By shamus
(150 views)

6 Rules to Proper Colon Usage

6 Rules to Proper Colon Usage

6 Rules to Proper Colon Usage. Rule #1. Use the colon after a complete sentence to introduce a list of items DO NOT use a colon after introductory words such as “ namely ,” “ for example ,” or “ that is” You may be required to bring many items: sleeping bags, pans, and warm clothing.

By chuong
(133 views)

The Essential 55

The Essential 55

The Essential 55. Introduction. These are the rules we will use in our classroom and throughout the school. The more you follow them, the more they will become habits for success in your life! They were created by Ron Clark and tweaked by your teachers. We are a Family.

By cade
(590 views)

Rules for learning assembly

Rules for learning assembly

Rules for learning assembly. Rule 1. On your marks… You gotta be ready! Be switched on Be interested. Rule 2. Be relaxed… but not too relaxed Help to make your classroom a happy place to learn. Rule 3. Repetition. Learn it, relearn it… just remind yourself what you’ve learnt.

By bernie
(107 views)

Chapter 10 DISSIMILIRATY ANALYSIS

Chapter 10 DISSIMILIRATY ANALYSIS

Chapter 10 DISSIMILIRATY ANALYSIS. Presented by: Turkov. Eugene Class id : 113 and Minfang Tao Class id : 112 Professor: Dr. T.Y. Lin. Introduction. In Chapter 8 and 9 we focused on decision tables in which condition and decision attributes were distinguished:. Indroduction.

By ayame
(94 views)

Chapter 5 Nomenclature

Chapter 5 Nomenclature

Chapter 5 Nomenclature. History of Naming. When chemistry first came about, there was no general naming system. Scientists used common names like laughing gas, epsom salt, and milk of magnesia This became impractical with the discovery of over 4 million chemical compounds

By brick
(105 views)

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