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A numerical study of the nanoribbon field-effect transistors under the ballistic and dissipative transport

In this article, a detailed performance comparison is made between ballistic and dissipative quantum transport of metal oxide semicondutor-like graphene nanoribbon field-effect transistor, in ON and OFF-state conditions. By the self-consistent mode-space non-equilibrium Green’s function approach, inter- and intraband scattering is accounted and the role of acoustic and optical...

A mathematical space mapping model for ballistic carbon nanotube field-effect transistors

simulating carbon nanotube metal–oxide–semiconductor (MOS) transistors. In this regard, there have been many works, most of which have paid attention to ballistic conditions [1–3] and & Reza Yousefi some have

Informing the implementation of evidence-informed decision making interventions using a social network analysis perspective; a mixed-methods study

Reza Yousefi Nooraie 0 1 Lynne Lohfeld Alexandra Marin Robert Hanneman Maureen Dobbins 0 Institute of Health Policy , Management, and Evaluation , University of Toronto , Toronto , Canada 1 175 Longwood

Protective Effects of Acetylation on the Pathological Reactions of the Lens Crystallins with Homocysteine Thiolactone

Various post-translational lens crystallins modifications result in structural and functional insults, contributing to the development of lens opacity and cataract disorders. Lens crystallins are potential targets of homocysteinylation, particularly under hyperhomocysteinemia which has been indicated in various eye diseases. Since both homocysteinylation and acetylation primarily...

The evolution of social networks through the implementation of evidence-informed decision-making interventions: a longitudinal analysis of three public health units in Canada

Background We studied the evolution of information-seeking networks over a 2-year period during which an organization-wide intervention was implemented to promote evidence-informed decision-making (EIDM) in three public health units in Ontario, Canada. We tested whether engagement of staff in the intervention and their EIDM behavior were associated with being chosen as...

Social and organizational factors affecting implementation of evidence-informed practice in a public health department in Ontario: a network modelling approach

Objective The objective of this study is to develop a statistical model to assess factors associated with information seeking in a Canadian public health department. Methods Managers and professional consultants of a public health department serving a large urban population named whom they turned to for help, whom they considered experts in evidence-informed practice, and whom...

Information seeking for making evidence-informed decisions: a social network analysis on the staff of a public health department in Canada

Background Social network analysis is an approach to study the interactions and exchange of resources among people. It can help understanding the underlying structural and behavioral complexities that influence the process of capacity building towards evidence-informed decision making. A social network analysis was conducted to understand if and how the staff of a public health...

Partnerships Among Canadian Agencies Serving Women with Substance Abuse Issues and Their Children

Women with substance use issues and their children have unique needs that are best met through collaborative and coordinated service delivery offered by a variety of agencies. However, in Canada and elsewhere, services tend to be fragmented and fail to address children’s needs. This study aimed to describe the partnership patterns, activities, and qualities among Canadian...

Country development and manuscript selection bias: a review of published studies

Background Manuscript selection bias is the selective publication of manuscripts based on study characteristics other than quality indicators. One reason may be a perceived editorial bias against the researches from less-developed world. We aimed to compare the methodological quality and statistical appeal of trials from countries with different development status and to...

Association between co-authorship network and scientific productivity and impact indicators in academic medical research centers: A case study in Iran

Background We aimed to examine the co-authorship networks in three successful Iranian academic research centers, in order to find the association between the scientific productivity and impact indicators with network features in a case study. Methods We searched for English articles of the three research centers. We drew co-authorship maps of each center and calculated social...