Los usuarios normales (investigadores) utilizan las colecciones para organizar su material publicado, o para crear colecciones de conjuntos de datos relevantes o útiles, mientras que los gestores de repositorios y los bibliotecarios de datos utilizan las colecciones para organizar y catalogar los contenidos de todo su repositorio.
Contributors:Kevin E.C. Meyers, Christine B. Sethna, Bernard S. Kaplan, Christine Breen, Cynthia Green et al
We evaluated the feasibility of using universal serial bus (USB) drives for communicating medical information between parents of children receiving dialysis and medical personnel during clinical encounters. When surveyed, parents and pediatric resident physicians supported the use of USB drives and were willing to use the devices. The utilization rate of USB drives was 57%.
Contributors:Y. von Bergen, A. Cardenas, E. Rogel, Rafael von Bergen
A new, unified, phenomenological, simple, molecular theory of transport properties is presented and applied to hydrocarbon compounds. A Pressure-Temperature (P,T) ensemble has been used to describe the transport properties of viscosity, thermal conductivity and self-diffusion coefficient. The application of the theory to many hydrocarbon compounds is illustrated in many tables. The low density limits of viscosity and thermal conductivity are examined to find a linear relation with the square root of the absolute temperature. The case of self-diffusion coefficient is somewhat different because the high density limit (low limit of empty sites) is linear related to the square root of absolute temperature. The high density limit of viscosity coincides with the Batschinski-Hildebrand empirical equation. The connection of the present theory to the Sanchez-Lacombe equation of state parameters is well established, which leads to a molecular interpretation of the theory. The application of this theory to binary mixtures is also illustrated with different tables. Finally, some important conclusions are drawn.