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Increased use of demanding network applications, as well as the increase of unwanted network traffic in the form of DDoS attacks, are putting new pressures on service providers to meet the… (More)
OBJECTIVES To establish whether the early use of sophisticated imaging techniques influences the clinical management and outcome of patients with low back pain (LBP) and whether it is cost-effective.… (More)
The last two decades have seen the development of various semantic lexical resources such as WordNet (Miller, 1995) and the USAS semantic lexicon (Rayson et al., 2004), which have played an important… (More)
Digital Replay System (DRS) is a software tool being developed by the DReSS node of the UK ESRC-funded National Centre for e-Social Science. It is publically available under an open source license… (More)
This paper explores the ways in which the Digital Replay System (DRS, innovative social science software, constructed as part of the National Centre for e-Social Science’s Digital Records for eSocial… (More)
e20709 Background: Quality of life (QoL) assessment in clinical trials has been gaining more attention. FACT-G surveys have been validated to assess QoL in clinical trials involving oncology patient… (More)