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"... Falls, cuts and scalds were the most common external causes of URCI observed, while boys predominated in the sample population. Most of the observed URCI were of moderate to mild severity. Children of new immigrant mothers were more likely to receive first aid immediately after the incidents. Parent ..."
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Falls, cuts and scalds were the most common external causes of URCI observed, while boys predominated in the sample population. Most of the observed URCI were of moderate to mild severity. Children of new immigrant mothers were more likely to receive first aid immediately after the incidents. Parents were aware of potentially injurious behaviour and intervened on occasion, but most resorted to verbal warnings only. Conclusions:
Concept
"... Sustainability is an intangible concept and a term without common definition. Different people define sustainability in different ways. The Oxford dictionary defined sustainability as ‘cause to continue or be prolonged for an extended period or without interruption’. In simpler term, in context of c ..."
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Sustainability is an intangible concept and a term without common definition. Different people define sustainability in different ways. The Oxford dictionary defined sustainability as ‘cause to continue or be prolonged for an extended period or without interruption’. In simpler term, in context
Improving the Search for the Most Similar Concept in other Ontology
"... Abstract. Improvements made to the algorithm COM of Olivares are presented. Such algorithm finds the concept cB in ontology B most closely resembling a given concept cA in ontology A. It also finds the similarity between both concepts. Our improvements significantly complete it and increase its accu ..."
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Abstract. Improvements made to the algorithm COM of Olivares are presented. Such algorithm finds the concept cB in ontology B most closely resembling a given concept cA in ontology A. It also finds the similarity between both concepts. Our improvements significantly complete it and increase its
Advances in algorithms based on CbO
"... Abstract. The paper presents a survey of recent advances in algorithms for computing all formal concepts in a given formal context which result as modifications or extensions of CbO. First, we present an extension of CbO, so called FCbO, and an improved canonicity test that significantly reduces the ..."
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Abstract. The paper presents a survey of recent advances in algorithms for computing all formal concepts in a given formal context which result as modifications or extensions of CbO. First, we present an extension of CbO, so called FCbO, and an improved canonicity test that significantly reduces
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"... Abstract A graph G is vertex pancyclic if for each vertex v ∈ V (G), and for each integer k with 3 ≤ k ≤ V (G), G has a kcycle Ck such that v ∈ V (Ck). Let s ≥ 0 be an integer. If the removal of at most s vertices in G results in a vertex pancyclic graph, we say G is an svertex pancyclic graph. ..."
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Abstract A graph G is vertex pancyclic if for each vertex v ∈ V (G), and for each integer k with 3 ≤ k ≤ V (G), G has a kcycle Ck such that v ∈ V (Ck). Let s ≥ 0 be an integer. If the removal of at most s vertices in G results in a vertex pancyclic graph, we say G is an svertex pancyclic graph. Let G be a simple connected graph that is not a path, cycle or K1,3. Let l(G) = max{m: G has a divalent path of length m that is not both of length 2 and in a K3}, where a divalent path in G is a path whose interval vertices have degree two in G. The svertex pancyclic index of G, written vps(G), is the least nonnegative integer m such that Lm(G) is svertex pancyclic. We show
Finding the Most Similar Concepts in two Different Ontologies
, 2004
"... Abstract. A concise manner to send information from agent A to B is to use phrases constructed with the concepts of A: to use the concepts as the atomic tokens to be transmitted. Unfortunately, tokens from A are not understood by (they do not map into) the ontology of B, since in general each ontolo ..."
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ontology has its own address space. Instead, A and B need to use a common communication language, such as English: the transmission tokens are English words. An algorithm is presented that finds the concept cB in OB (the ontology of B) most closely resembling a given concept cA. That is, given a concept
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