David Katz

2Bernd Fritzsch
2Anna Maria Calella
2Marlies Knipper
2Liliana Minichiello
2Thomas Schimmang
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A framework for a supervisory controller to manage hard and soft exceptions on a shop floor is discussed. Various tasks involved in managing exceptions, the times at which these tasks are to be performed, and their impact on the performance of a supervisory controller are studied. On-line simulation methodology is utilized to detect, classify, and handle(More)
The Examining Community-Institutional Partnerships for Prevention Research Project began in October 2002 with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Research Center Program Office through a cooperative agreement between the Association of Schools of Public Health and the CDC. The three-year project aimed to synthesize knowledge about(More)
Signaling by brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) via the TrkB receptor, or by neurotrophin-3 (NT3) through the TrkC receptor support distinct populations of sensory neurons. The intracellular signaling pathways activated by Trk (tyrosine kinase) receptors, which in vivo promote neuronal survival and target innervation, are not well understood. Using(More)
we convened a panel to discuss the state of the art in parallel I/O, tools and techniques to address current problems, and challenges for the future. The following is an edited transcript of that panel. Welcome! I've always been a firm believer that panels where the members talk for the whole time and then leave three minutes for questions at the end aren't(More)
We have developed a quantitative imaging refractometry technique, based on holographic phase microscopy, as a tool for investigating microscopic structural changes in water-soluble polymeric materials. Here we apply the approach to analyze the structural degradation of vaginal topical microbicide films due to water uptake. We implemented transmission(More)
BACKGROUND Although most hospitalized smokers receive some form of cessation counseling during hospitalization, few receive outpatient cessation counseling and/or pharmacotherapy following discharge, which are key factors associated with long-term cessation. US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals are challenged to find resources to implement and(More)
BACKGROUND Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies are used more than conventional therapies by people with self-defined anxiety and depression. Preliminary evidence supports a hypothesis that low plasma concentration of essential fatty acids is associated with depression. Reported here is the result of a systematic review examining the(More)
  • Antonio Postigo, Anna Maria Calella, Bernd Fritzsch, Marlies Knipper, David Katz, Andreas Eilers +4 others
  • 2016
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  • David Katz, Sharon B Megdal, Susanna Eden, Eylon Shamir
  • 2016
Most water managers use a mixture of both supply-side and demand-side policies, seeking to capitalize on the relative advantages of each. However, supply augmentation undertaken to avoid overdrafts can reduce the effectiveness of demand management policies if the two strategies are not carefully integrated. Such a result can stem from a type of moral hazard(More)