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It is sometimes argued that the implementation of an overall similarity classification is less effortful than the implementation of a single-dimension classification. In the current article, we argue that the evidence securely in support of this view is limited, and report additional evidence in support of the opposite proposition--overall similarity(More)
BACKGROUND Various interventions have been introduced to try to prevent suicides at suicide hotspots, but evidence of their effectiveness needs to be strengthened. METHODS We did a systematic search of Medline, PsycINFO, and Scopus for studies of interventions, delivered in combination with others or in isolation, to prevent suicide at suicide hotspots.(More)
Literature review and context for study In the last decade research into ubiquitous computing has begun to examine the home environment both commercially and academically such as MIT, Samsung and Microsoft [Taylor et al 2007] although, as yet, smart homes have yet to move into significant reality [Davidoff et al, 2006b] due to old housing stock [Edwards &(More)
This article raises several questions regarding training for computer-based reference services, including who is to be trained and who is responsible for training. It discusses these issues and then provides a summary of the training provided to date by search service suppliers, database suppliers, library schools and extension programs, library(More)
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