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XML is currently being used as the message syntax for Web services. To enable small mobile devices to use Web services, this XML use must not be too resource-consuming. Due to several measurements indicating otherwise, alternate serialization formats for XML data have been proposed. We present here a format for XML data designed from the ground up for the(More)
AbstrAct In the wireless world, there has recently been much interest in alternate serialization formats for XML data, mostly driven by the weak capabilities of both devices and networks. However, it is difficult to make an alternate serialization format compatible with XML security features such as encryption and signing. We consider here ways to integrate(More)
BACKGROUND The aim was to give estimates of the incidence of different mental disorders from a Finnish prospective epidemiological follow-up study, the UKKI Study. METHOD The original probability sample consisted of 1000 persons, aged 15-64 years. The baseline survey took place in 1969-71, and follow-up surveys were conducted 5 and 16 years after the(More)
Results from the Finnish UKKI study on longitudinal changes in prevalences of different mental disorder categories in a population cohort (n = 723) are presented. The subjects were investigated three times: in the original survey during 1969-71, and in two follow-ups (5 and 16 years after the original survey). The prevalence of all mental disorders was(More)
The possible relation of cortisol secretion to self-perceived fatigue was examined in an adult community sample. Serum cortisol levels measured after the dexamethasone suppression test (DST) did not predict fatigue whereas depression assessed by the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and current medical treatment were significant and independent predictors.(More)
With the advent of XML we have seen a renewed interest in methods for computing the difference between trees. Methods that include heuristic elements play an important role in practical applications due to the inherent complexity of the problem. We present a method for differencing XML as ordered trees based on mapping the problem to the domain of sequence(More)