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Proceedings Article

Image Super-resolution Reconstruction Based on Deep Residual Network

Bin Sun, Jian Lu, Xiaopeng Wei
Having powerful ability to learn and represent features, deep convolutional neural networks (CNN) can get better results in image super-resolution reconstruction. However, deep networks also exist some problems. For example, the gradient will gradually vanish through the network, which makes the training...

The Right to Live Dangerously: Public Perceptions of Extreme Water Events in Urban Areas

Intan Adhi Perdana Putri, Syarifah Aini Dalimunthe, Ari Purwanto Sarwo Prasojo
The rising risks of climate change and Indonesia’s dynamic urban and industrial development has meant that many areas have become vulnerable to flood. Historical data from 1811 to 2017 clearly shows how floods have causing major disasters across Indonesia’s archipelago, and data from 1990 indicate that...

The Informatıon Technology-Based Plannıng And Budgetıng System In The Regıonal Government Of Banten Provınce Indonesıa

Delly Maulana, Endang Larasati, Sri Suwitri, Kismartini
Transparency and accountability in the process of budget policy-making are two of the necessary principles which are conducted through the transparent presentation of information which is accessible to the public. The reason is that every use of funds must be accountable for its utilization of the resources...
Proceedings Article

Heat pump and thermal storage sizing with time-of-use electricity pricing

Andrew Lyden, Paul Tuohy
Heat pump and thermal storage sizing studies require modelling to ensure capital and operational costs are minimised. Modelling should consider added flexibility, e.g. grid services, sector coupling benefits, e.g. utilising excess wind production, and access to electricity markets, e.g. time-of-use tariffs....
Proceedings Article

Ways of Medication Administration Improving for Treating Pregnant Women with Acute Respiratory Viral Infection

Irina Spichak, Yuliia Murashko, Olga Vladimirova
The article presents the results of the research aimed at Medication Administration improving for pregnant woman with acute respiratory viral. During this social research a medical and social portrait of woman with acute respiratory viral was developed, the analysis of satisfaction and preferences in...

Research on Grass-roots Stability Information Work Based on Grid

Hui Zhang, Zhipeng Sun, Pengcheng Xu
At present, with the development of economy, higher requirements have been put forward for maintaining social stability. Criminal activities that endanger social stability must be cracked down at the embryonic stage, and there is no room for criminals to develop, so as to ensure social stability and...
Proceedings Article

Risk Management for Healthier and Safer Tourist Destination (Case Study at Parangritis Beach, Special Region Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

Helfi Agustin, Yudah Marta
Increasing number of visitors to Parangtritis Beach affect to increases the health and safety risk. Data of Tourism and Cultural Office Bantul Regency, more than 30 tourists are victims due to rip current and 220 tourist stung by Jellyfish in 2019. This study aimed to : 1) identify potential hazards,...

The Evaluation of Higher-Order Thinking Skills in Blended Learning Discussion at University Level

Ulfia Rahmi, Azrul Azrul, Muhammad Adri
As complete learning, discussion in blended learning also requires an evaluation for students’ higher-order thinking skills to find out how the concept works out. Further, discussions in the blended learning environment combine face to face and online learning. The purpose of this study is to evaluate...
Proceedings Article

Preparation of Porous Hydroxyapatite Bodies Using Bamboo and Rattan Templates

Ahmad Fadli, Komalasari, Feblil Huda, Zultinar, Toni Ardi, Agung Prabowo, Deska
Hydroxyapatite (HA) has been widely used as bone graft in form of porous HA/scaffold. This research has a purpose to fabricate HA scaffold by using different biotemplates and determine which biotemplate will give well pore structure on produced HA scaffold. First, HA scaffold obtained used bamboo template....

Application Analysis of 5s Method in SPMS Area (Spare Part Management System) at PT Excelitas Technologies Batam

Andi Erna Mulyana
This research aims to find out about the implementation of Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and (5S) and know the effectiveness of its application in SPMS (Spare Part management System) Equipment Engineering Detection Departement of PT Excelitas Technologies Batam. This research uses a descriptive method...
Proceedings Article

Research and Practice of Online Learning Behavior Analysis Model from the Perspective of Big Data

Yougui Zhao, Dongmei Xia
By using the analysis results of online learning behavior, teachers can understand and identify students’ learning dynamics, analyze the difficulties and blind spots of the course, reasonably adjust the course structure and video content. Meanwhile, teachers can get inspiration from students’ feedback...
Proceedings Article

Analysis of the Effect of Temperature and Time for Ultrasonication on Graphite Structure

Diah Kusumawati, Diah Hari Kusumawati, Muhammad Nurhuda
Graphite is a carbon allotrope with special bonding characteristics. These bonds can be altered given ultrasonic waves to be another form of bond or loosened. Changes in bonds will cause changes in bond characteristics to other forms of carbon allotropes. By varying ultrasonication process (time and...

Management Of Catering Services The Environmental Insights In Medan City

Zaitun, Muhammad Zulfan, Andora Jusuf Ahmad
Food service providers (catering) in their operations produce a lot of waste when the food processing is carried out. Food processing is usually done through the kitchen supported by various sanitations. This research is classified as descriptive research through qualitative and quantitative data with...

A System of Insolvency Prediction for industrial companies using a financial alternative model with neural networks

A.M. Callejón, A.M. Casado, M.A. Fernández, J.I. Peláez
Pages: 29 - 37
We find in the accounting literature the use of neural networks (NN) for the prediction of insolvency data from the last financial year before the bankruptcy, with a success rate below 85%. The objective of this work is to increase the predictive power of the NN models to discriminate between solvent...
Proceedings Article

Linking of Service Quality and Switching Costs with Turnover Intentions: The Mediating Role of Customer Loyalty

Muhammad Zakiy, Muhsin Haryanto
The development of Sharia Banks in Indonesia was exceedingly rejoicing in the early years of the establishment of the first Sharia bank, Bank Mumalat Indonesia, in 1992. This development was followed by many conventional banks spinning off into Sharia Banks. However, lately, the development of Islamic...

Fuzzy Multicriteria Risk Assessment for Hazardous Waste Management: The Case of Istanbul

Seda Ugurlu, Cengiz Kahraman
Pages: 29 - 41
A hazardous waste is waste that poses substantial or potential threats to public health or the environment. Hazardous waste management is an area of the waste management field concerned with the proper containment, management, and disposal of wastes which could be considered hazardous. In this paper,...

Bäcklund Transformations on Coadjoint Orbits of the Loop Algebra ~gl(r)

Yuri Fedorov
Pages: 29 - 46
There is a wide class of integrable Hamiltonian systems on finite-dimensional coadjoint orbits of the loop algebra ~gl(r) which are represented by r × r Lax equations with a rational spectral parameter. A reduced complex phase space is foliated with open subsets of Jacobians of regularized spectral curves....

Hard Skills and Soft Skills as a Result of Industrial Practices and Their Impact on Graduates Job Performance

Yatti Sugiarti, Ginggi Khansa Julyanidar, Dwi Lestari Rahayu, Indah Khoerunnisa
Industrial practice is a real learning process carried out in industry. Educational institutions collaborate with industry to foster students to have soft skills and hard skills according to the needs of the job market. This study aims to determine the effect of graduate perceptions on student soft skills...

Another Aspect of Ecological Literature

Literary Convergence From Separation of Man and Nature to Unity of Nature and Man

Yongshi Liu
The contemporary trends of ecological thoughts in the West forming in the 1960s-70s are the passive products of the increasingly serious survival crisis that human beings are being confronted with. As one of the important branches, the ecological literature commits itself to exploring the ideological...

The Socio-Economic Value of Emerging Engineering Education

Yuxue Jin
In order to understand the social and economic value of the construction of Emerging Engineering Education, the article adopts the literature analysis method. Through the analysis of the background and connotation of the Emerging Engineering Education, the socioeconomic value of the Emerging Engineering...
Proceedings Article

Titanium Dioxide Soaking Time Effects on DSSC Powers and Efficiency

Rika Musiana, Abu Hasan, RD Kusumanto
The purpose of this study was to study the power and efficiency of Dye Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC) using extracts of yellow sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) with variations in the soaking time of Titanium Dioxide paste (TiO2) in dye and light intensity. This research used descriptive method with several...

Integrating Information Literacy Training in an English-Speaking Course in the Chinese Context

Kezhen Liu, Andrew Lian, Butsakorn Yodkamlue
This study investigated the effects of a teaching approach combining information literacy training and an ongoing role-playing game to improve Chinese university students’ English-speaking skills and strengthen their sense of learner autonomy. The study employed a quasi-experimental design. Two intact...

On a Class of Almost Unbiased Ratio Type Estimators

A.K.P.C. Swain, Priyaranjan Dash
Pages: 28 - 35
In sample surveys ratio estimator has found extensive applications to obtain more precise estimators of the population ratio, population mean, and population total of the study variable in the presence of auxiliary information, when the study variable is positively correlated with the auxiliary variable....

Case-Based Decision Support System for Breast Cancer Management

Booma Devi Sekar, Jean-Baptiste Lamy, Nekane Larburu, Brigitte Séroussi, Gilles Guézennec, Jacques Bouaud, Naiara Muro, Hui Wang, Jun Liu
Pages: 28 - 38
Breast cancer is identified as the most common type of cancer in women worldwide with 1.6 million women around the world diagnosed every year. This prompts many active areas of research in identifying better ways to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer. DESIREE is a European Union funded project,...
Review Article

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation for Treatment of Acute Graft-versus-Host Disease

Roni Shouval, Mika Geva, Arnon Nagler, Ilan Youngster
Pages: 28 - 35
The growing understanding of the bidirectional relationship between the gastrointestinal (GI) microbiome and the immune system has opened up new avenues for treatment of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is the transfer of stool from a donor to a recipient who harbors...

Cervical Cancer Care Continuum in South India: Evidence from a Community-based Screening Program

E. Vidhubala, K. Niraimathi, Hemant Deepak Shewade, Sankar Mahadevan
Pages: 28 - 35
In India, cervical cancer screening is conducted at various levels; however, after screening, the adherence to the cancer care continuum is barely understood. This study evaluated a community-based cancer screening program conducted in a rural setting (Tirunelveli and Tuticorin districts) in South India...
Short Communication

Does the acute hemodynamic response to a maximum running exercise depend on the aerobic training status of the subjects?

Fabian Tomschi, Hannah Ottmann, Joachim Latsch, Hans-Georg Predel, Wilhelm Bloch, Marijke Grau
Pages: 28 - 31
Background: High-intensity training has become increasingly popular in recent years but the exact effects of high intensity running on the hemodynamic system are not entirely understood and it is unknown whether the aerobic training status of the subjects might influence these hemodynamic reactions....
Review Article

MicroRNAs associated with the pathways involved in the pathogenesis of abdominal aortic aneurysms

P.W. Stather, J.B. Wild, N. Sylvius, E. Choke, R.D. Sayers, M.J. Bown
Pages: 28 - 35
Objectives: MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression at a post-transcriptional level. Through binding to mRNA sequences, miRNAs have a wide variety of functions, and are key regulators in vascular disease. Although there are only 2 papers looking directly at the association...
Research Article

Central and peripheral pulse wave velocities are associated with ankle–brachial pressure index

Valérie Lacroix, Marie Willemet, Robert Verhelst, Christophe Beauloye, Luc Jacquet, Parla Astarci, Alexandre Persu, Emilie Marchandise
Pages: 28 - 33
Background: Central Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) is considered to be the gold standard measurement of arterial stiffness. In healthy subjects, cardiovascular risk factors such as age, hypertension, diabetes and end-stage renal disease are associated with increased central (Carotid–Femoral) and peripheral...

A new solvable many-body problem of goldfish type

Oksana Bihun, Francesco Calogero
Pages: 28 - 46
A new solvable many-body problem of goldfish type is introduced and the behavior of its solutions is tersely discussed.

Nonlinear Self-Adjointness and Conservation Laws for the Hyperbolic Geometric Flow Equation

Kênio A. A. Silva
Pages: 28 - 43
We study the nonlinear self-adjointness of a class of quasilinear 2D second order evolution equations by applying the method of Ibragimov. Which enables one to establish the conservation laws for any differential equation. We first obtain conditions determining the self-adjointness for a sub-class in...
Conference Abstract

P6.17 CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO THE VARIANCE OF WALL-TO-LUMEN RATIO

Rytis Masiliunas*, Kristina Ryliskiene, Ligita Ryliskyte, Rokas Navickas, Jurgita Kuzmickiene, Jolita Badariene, Dalius Jatuzis, Aleksandras Laucevicius
Pages: 28 - 29
Background: Common carotid artery intima-media thickness (cIMT) is an accepted ultrasound marker of subclinical atherosclerosis. It is argued that increase in cIMT may also reflect nonatherosclerotic thickening, thus, lumen diameter could be taken into account. A common approach to account for lumen...
Conference Abstract

P6.16 LEFT VENTRICULAR GEOMETRY AND CAROTID VASCULAR DAMAGE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY

M. Salvetti*, A. Paini, M.F. Cesana, A. Moreo, R. Facchetti, P. Faggiano, S. Carerj, G.F. Mureddu, N. Gaibazzi, F. Rigo, C. Giannattasio, M.L. Muiesan
Pages: 28 - 28
Background: Vascular structural(intima-media thickness, IMT) and functional(carotid stiffness, cPWV)alterations are related to different pattern of left ventricular (LV) geometry in general populations and in hypertensives. The relationship between vascular damage and LV geometry has not been analyzed...
Conference Abstract

P6.15 ATTENUATION OF ARTERIAL STIFFNESS GRADIENT WITH AGE AND ITS IMPACT ON CENTRAL PULSE WAVE PROFILE IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS

Catherine Fortier, Marie-Pier Desjardins, David Turgeon, Karine Marquis, Marcel Lebel, Mohsen Agharazii*
Pages: 28 - 28
Background: Arterial stiffness has been considered as an index of vascular ageing. However, the relationship between age and stiffness of various segments of the arterial tree is heterogeneous. Moreover, the hemodynamic impact of vascular stiffness is thought to be related to the attenuation or even...
Conference Abstract

P6.14 THE EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON 24-HOUR AUGMENTATION INDEX

Niamh Chapman*, James Thomas, Maria Kearney, Laura Watkeys, Margaret Munnery, John R. Cockcroft, Carmel M. McEniery, Eric J. Stohr, Barry J. McDonnell
Pages: 28 - 28
Introduction: Augmentation Index (AIx) is a surrogate measure of systemic arterial stiffness and wave reflections. Clinic measures of AIx are considered to be a sensitive measure of risk in young adults and are lower in individuals who take part in high levels of physical activity (PA). The development...
Proceedings Article

The Negative Effects and Control of Blended Learning in University

Shengjian Chen, Yun Lu
Blended learning is becoming more and more popular in recent years for it blended the advantages of traditional teaching and online teaching. But there are some negative effects in blended learning, such as the definition is not clear, students’ cognitive load increased, teachers are difficult to grasp...
Proceedings Article

A Comparative Study of Mongolian Folk Songs Based on the Breathing Signals of Physiological Mechanism

Hongzhi Yu, Xuan Liu, Yanhua Duan
Through capturing the speech, chest and belly physiological signals of Mongolian folk short The song of Wining and Mongolian folk long Rich and vast la shan , this article designed and extracted related acoustic and physiological parameters. Taking breath cycle as an unit, this paper has analyzed chest...
Proceedings Article

Research of a MapReduce Communication Data Stream Processing Model

Yang Wenchuan, Jia Bei
In this paper, we propose CDS-MR , a MapReduce deep service analysis system based on Hive/Hadoop frameworks. Normally, the job of the switch is to transmit data. There is a tendency to put more capability into the switch, such as retain or query pass by data. Thus we definitely need to think about what...
Proceedings Article

Human Resources Management Research from the Perspective of Cost Control in High Star Hotel

Lingmin Fan, Ying Zhang
Influenced by the government policy of anti-public corruption, high star-rated hotel industry in our country ran into huge impact, large amount of high star hotels try to control and prevent spreading the negative effects. This paper is going to help high star-rated hotels seek new ways on cost control...
Proceedings Article

Research on the Strategy of Higher Occupation Education Development Based on the Regional Industrial and Employment Structure Taking Shunyi District of Beijing as an Example

Haolin Di, Wanrui Xu
Focused on how to face the market running of higher occupation education, this paperpoints outthatthe starting point for strategic research of higher occupation education should bethe development of regional industry and employment structure.It not only demonstrates thatthe higher occupation education...
Proceedings Article

The Vocal Ideology of Master Xiang Shen

Xinqiao Liu, Hao Chu
Professor Xiang Shen was a famous dramatic tensor singer, and a master of vocal music education. In his more than 40 years of teaching, he has supervised many outstanding singers. In this paper, we summarize his life and vocal ideology, and hope to give some help for contemporary vocal teaching.

The Strategy Analysis of Teaching Innovation of Tourism Management Major in University

Lei Chen
A relatively mature system of personal tourism management education has been built in China, but there is still a big gap in market demand. This paper lists the problems in the tourism management education in Chinese universities, including a poorly designed professional curriculum, obsolete pedagogy,...
Proceedings Article

Analysis on Geriatric Social Work Service Absence in Civilian-run Retirement Organizations -Taking the Service Status of Civilian-run Retirement Organizations in Tianjing City as an Example

Guofeng Bian
With civilian-run retirement organizations becoming more and more important in solving the organization retirement of current urban aged population, the service quality of civilian-run retirement organizations also becomes people’s focus of attention. This paper points out that problems of geriatric...
Proceedings Article

Distributed Quality System under the Condition of Wireless Network

Mengqing Tanli, Yan Jiang, Rushu Peng, Chunliang Zhang
Comparison of wireless broadband and cable network is analyzed firstly, and models of distributed quality system under the condition of wireless network are put forward, and core technologies are discussed. The hierarchy model can be divided into four layers: device layer, disposal layer, control layer,...
Proceedings Article

Building Virtual Experiment Platform in the Curriculum of Network Operating System Using Virtual Machines

He Liu, Runze Wan
The curriculum of Network Operating System is one of the core courses in computer network specialty. According to the characteristics of the curriculum and cultivation target of the practical talents, this paper discusses how to use VMware in the teaching process to build the network teaching platform....

Signal Feature Extraction Using Granular Computing. Comparative Analysis with Frequency and Time Descriptors Applied to Dynamic Laser Speckle Patterns

Ana L. Dai Pra, Lucia I. Passoni, G. Hernan Sendra, Marcelo Trivi, Hector J. Rabal
Pages: 28 - 40
The laser dynamic speckle is a phenomenon caused by the fluctuant interference of the laser light reflected from an illuminated surface where some kind of activity is taking place. Signals generated by the intensity changes in each pixel through the sequence are processed with the finality of identifying...
Proceedings Article

The Computational Model of Spring back Accuracy on Steel Bar Bending Hoop Stirrup

Bianjing Li, Zhiliang Liu
The hooked steel will spring back under the affection of residual stress, in order to improve the precision of the hoop, spring back angle should be taken into consideration. According to spring-back theory, considering the work hardening of steel under the straightening rollers, the relation was deduced...
Proceedings Article

The Measurement of Reliability based on the Heterogeneity of the Network

Kai Li, Yongfeng He
The reliability of complex network is an important content in the research of complex networks. In order to evaluate the reliability of the complex network, the standard deviation of the degree values to characterize the heterogeneity of the network, considering the difference of the degree distribution,...

Seventh Graders' Needs Analysis towards EFL Subject

Ghea Kyat Priyanka, Dewi Nur Asyiah, Novia Tri Febriani
This study was motivated by data revealing that decision making upon learning objectives were taken merely from curriculum and syllabus review, while students' preferences towards their needs in learning was neglected. Therefore, this study is aimed to find out students' needs in studying English as...

Work Performance of A Village Head: Investigating The Role of Job Satisfaction, Workload, and Work Stress

Ade Karina, Dewi Prihatini, Sri Wahyu Lely Hanna Setyanti
Are work performance of a village head determined by job satisfaction, workload, and job stress? Using Structural Equation Model (SEM) method, several hypothesis were investigated in this study. Population of this study is all 226 Village Head in Jember Regency with sample selected as of 127 respondents....