Louise Rasmussen

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A number of social modeling and simulation approaches have attempted to understand the exchange and convergence of ideas based on simple representations and rules for information exchange. However, this focus on finding emergent properties of simple agents and rules has led this research area to avoid handling many genuinely cog-nitive phenomenona, and(More)
  • Stine Odgaard Poulsen, Louise Rasmussen, Xiaohui C Nielsen, Ulrik S Justesen, Jens J Christensen, Sabine Gill
  • 2015
When repetitive infective endocarditis episodes occur in the same patient, accurate species identification is essential for differentiating relapse and a new episode. We report a case, which has had four episodes of IE within 2 years: episode 1 due to Enterococcus faecalis, episode 2 due to Mitis group Streptococcus, Episodes 3 and 4 due to Salivarius group(More)
BACKGROUND Programs for population screening of colorectal cancer (CRC) have been implemented in several countries with fecal immunochemical testing (FIT) as the preferred platform. However, the major obstacle for a feces-based testing method is the limited compliance that reduces the clinical sensitivity for detection of participants with non-symptomatic(More)
OBJECTIVE We examined preferences for different forms of causal explanations for indeterminate situations. Background: Klein and Hoffman distinguished several forms of causal explanations for indeterminate, complex situations: single-cause explanations, lists of causes, and explanations that interrelate several causes. What governs our preferences for(More)
The authors present a study of e-participation within a public sector agency (PSA), where a number of knowledge management initiatives have been introduced since the inception of the UK 'Modernising government' programme of 1999. The agency has attempted to set up an internal participatory infrastructure to manage 'knowledge' across the network of local(More)
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