Power system operation with large scale stochastic wind power integration
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Cognitive rehabilitation therapy: What is it and why are we not utilizing it?
Rehabilitation is a medical process that one may go through after a traumatic event, like a stroke or a traumatic brain injury, to return to their baseline normal physical self. Medical providers like physical therapists or speech therapists often are involved in this therapy process through speech and physical therapy for a specified length of time or until the patient shows improvement and they no longer need therapy. However, the patient with a cognitive dysfunction after an injury cannot reach what was perhaps their normal mental self without cognitive rehabilitation therapy (CRT). For some, the normal they seek to return to is beyond the realm of traditional therapy and simply a physical deficit. That is where CRT can benefit patients in their rehabilitation process with disabilities in their cognitive function, which are not as obvious to others, like a limp or a slurred speech.
Keywords: cognitive rehabilitation, stroke, traumatic brain injury, therapy
Jenna Gorman. Cognitive rehabilitation therapy: What is it and why are we not utilizing it?. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 4(3)2018, 7-14.
M|G|∞ queue busy period length with PME distribution analysis through Laplace transform
In this article it is shown that if the busy period of a M|G|∞ queue system is PME distributed, the respective service time is a random variable with a long-tail distribution. The result is obtained through Laplace transforms analysis.
Keywords: M|G|∞, busy period, PME distribution, long-tail distribution, Laplace transform
Manuel Alberto M. Ferreira. M|G|∞ queue busy period length with PME distribution analysis through Laplace transform. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 4(3)2018, 15-20.
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids’ effect on fetus and neonatal in intrauterine period
The relevant literature is searched this article was aimed to give information about the fetus and newborn effect of Omega-3, Omega-6 Fatty Acids in Intrauterine Period. For this reason, a literature search was made and an article of review type was written. Review of the subject has been made and the effects of omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids during pregnancy, fish consumption during pregnancy have been emphasized. As a result, consumption of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids during pregnancy is very important for fetal development.
Keywords: Omega-3, omega-6, fetus, neonatal, fatty acids
Huriye Demet Cabar, Gokay Taskaya, Nazli Soyler. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids’ effect on fetus and neonatal in intrauterine period. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 4(3)2018, 21-27.
Critical Realism in Charles Dickens’s in “David Copperfield”
Using a close reading through the strong analysis of the character development methodology through which the narrative shapes David Copperfield as Victorian novel which opens up interesting perspectives in reading I will highlight the influence of Critical Realism in the work of Charles Dickens. Furthermore, this methodology, which facilitates and accelerates the text comprehension although it is characterized by inter-textuality, will exfoliate remarkably the author’s philosophy and ethics utilized in this work.
Keywords: Critical Realism; Victorian novel; character development; text narrative; social voices
Enkelena Shockett. Critical Realism in Charles Dickens’s in “David Copperfield”. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 4(3)2018, 28-35.