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The problem oriented medical record (POMR) has proved to be very successful in providing a structure that helps doctors record their notes about patients, and view those notes subsequently in a manner that quickly gives them a good understanding of that patients history. This approach has been validated by the American Institute of Medicine. With the(More)
Traditionally supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks were physically isolated, providing some inherent level of security; yet, as these networks slowly converged with both corporate intranets and the Internet, their security continually eroded. The gradual evolution of SCADA systems has introduced many novel and previously unknown(More)
Recent progression in health informatics data analysis has been impeded due to lack of hospital resources and computation power. To remedy this, some researchers have proposed a cloud-based web service patient monitoring system capable of providing offsite collection, analysis, and dissemination of remote patient physiological data. Unfortunately, some of(More)
  • G Hayes
  • 1997
The design of the electronic medical record is becoming increasingly sophisticated as techniques develop to improve the understanding of user requirements. Such techniques must develop as it becomes increasingly important to improve the use and uptake of such records. An outstanding question is whether the same electronic medical record can fulfil the(More)
  • G Hayes
  • 1992
"This paper has attempted to show that...currently popular explanatory models of Polynesian migration contain logical and empirical weaknesses." The work of John Connell and of I. G. Bertram and R. F. Watters is examined. The author concludes that although neither approach is shown to be without merit, this review "has served to show where further(More)
Our goal is to develop novel growth approaches for producing low cost solar cells that have efficiency comparable to those made from high-cost, single-crystalline materials. Our efforts to date focus on using ion beam assisted deposition (IBAD) to control the grain boundary alignment in polycrystalline silicon thin films. The boundaries between highly(More)
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