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Sudhamek, not only a businessman, but also a Buddhist who tries to put his faith in action, especially in relation to his way of life, in his interview. This interview has a crucial role in the emergence of business values in the Indonesian businessman world today.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.22515/shirkah.v3i2.197
In order to determine: pipeline executions; reliability on data delivery; maximum payload size per pipeline; and, economic scalability, we conducted an experiment using standardized tabular data from various data volumes, event frequencies, and processing capabilities in order to determine: consistency of pipeline executions; reliability on data delivery; and, economic scalability. It has also been noted that, although the use of an SQS queue for data transfer facilitates quick concurrency management and data slicing, it also becomes a bottleneck for large event payloads.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/app11010191
In addition, these safety concerns when designing and deploying Cloud SaaS applications must be addressed in order to ensure regulatory compliance, safety, and trusted environment for Cloud SaaS users. We explore Cloud SaaS' security patterns in this paper. We work on the patterns illustrating various security aspects, from system and data protection to privacy. Our aim is to publish the best practices and security knowledge pieces that a SaaS programmer can use as a roadmap for building Cloud SaaS applications from the ground up.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/computers8020034
Intubation of a patient in various settings may not only be carried out in emergency settings, but also in routine anesthesia as well. Methods: The aim of the investigation was to compare the basic Macintosh blade laryngoscope with two videolaryngoscopes, the Pentax-AWS and the Intubrite, in a realistic scenario of a manikin placed in a sitting and prone position. Results: The time of intubation in a prone position was significantly less for the Pentax-AWS videolaryngoscope compared to the Macintosh and Intubrite.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/diagnostics10080603
Short-term load forecasting is a necessary and foundation for power system planning and operation, and it has received a lot of attention from researchers. This paper, therefore, introduces a new incremental ensemble model based on sample domain adaptation for concept drift in a timely and accurate manner, as well as addressing the issue of inadequate training due to the lack of concept drift samples. According to the model's results, according to current electricity load results, the main aim of AWS-DAIE is to detect concept drift on current electricity load data and develop a new base predictor using Tradaboost based on cumulative weighted sampling and then dynamically adjust the ensemble model's weights based on current electricity load results. The experimental findings of the AWS-DAIE algorithm on electricity load data from four individual households and compared to several other outstanding algorithms are presented for the purposes of demonstrating the validity and efficiency of the hoped for AWS-DAIE algorithm's development.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su142114205
Abstract Background This research investigates the constructibility of the Areas of Worklife Short Scale, a practical device to measure employees's experiences of their work environments in a sample of secondary obligatory education teachers in Spain, examining the subject's secondary obligatory education teachers in Spain. The short AWS short version had the best fit to the data than any other model attempted and had high fit indices, according to Results Reports. Conclusions: This study, based on AWS short version's findings, supports the correctness of AWS short version to investigate areas of worklife and therefore can reveal the reasons that contribute to burnout in Spain's sample of secondary compulsory education teachers.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12995-018-0202-0
Abstract Background In critically sick and injured patients, intubation of the trachea in the pre-hospital setting may be lifesaving. However, tracheal intubation is often difficult to perform in this challenging environment, and delayed tracheal intubation is a frequent cause of morbidity. In a randomized, controlled, manikin study, we compared the effectiveness of these devices to the Macintosh laryngoscope used by 25 Advanced Paramedics experts in direct laryngoscopy. In both three scenarios, the AWS u00ae had the most dental compressions in both three scenarios, and in the cervical spine immobilization case, it needed fewer maneuvers to enhance the glottis' appearance in the cervical spine immobilization scenario. In this manikin review, the Glidescope 00ae and AWS 00ae devices have advantages over the conventional Macintosh laryngoscope when used by Advanced Paramedics in standard and simulated difficult intubation scenarios.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-227X-9-9
Amazon Web Service's highly scalable cloud computing environment helps solve such problems. The ADDPro pipeline used Sentinel-2 satellite imagery to provide current and relative vegetation health data of the agriculture area on a temporal basis at the pan-India scale. The ADDPro pipeline also supports lossless raster data compression, which reduces AWS data transfer costs between regions. On GeoServer, data compression also helps in reducing raster publishing time. AWS, rather than the complete Sentinel-2 data package, allows users to download only the bands required to create a certain index rather than the entire Sentinel-2 data package.
Remote sensing images have been designed as Earth observation data cubes to aid image time series analysis. This paper discusses an Amazon Web Service cloud computing environment for building EO data cubes. The Data Cube Builder on AWS is based on a serverless strategy to produce EO cubes from remote sensing images stored in AWS buckets.
All rescuers should avoid interruption of chest compressions, even for endotracheal intubation, according to recent infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation guidelines. An infant manikin's tracheal intubation using the AWS and GS, with or without chest compressions, is one of more than two years of experience. The VAS for tube passage through the glottis increased with chest compressions with either the GS or AWS, but not with the AWS.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/190163
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