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         ICT in the early years
 

 
Author   O'Hara,Mark (Author)
Responsibility Data   Mark O'Hara
Publication Data   London: Continuum, 2004
Physical Description   ix , 102 p. ; 18 cm.
Series Data   Classmates;
ISBN   0-8264-6644-3    
Subject Area   Education
Subject Headings   Educational technology Early childhood education Technology and children
Call Number   371.33 OHA
Table of Contents   No Publisher Information

 

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         A Molecular Dynamics Study on Heat Transfer Characteristics Over the Interface of Self-Assembled Monolayer and Water Solvent
 

 
Author   Kikugawa,Gota (Author)
Ohara,Taku (Author)
Kawaguchi,Tohru (Author)
Journal Title   Journal of Heat Transfer
Volume/ Issue   2014/OCT V.136 N.10
Physical Description   p 1-5
Subject Area   Engineering
Abstract   We performed molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of the interface which is comprised of self-assembled monolayer (SAM) and water solvent to investigate heat transfer characteristics. In particular, local thermal boundary conductance (TBC), which is an inverse of so-called Kapitza resistance, at the SAM–solvent interface was evaluated by using the nonequilibrium MD (NEMD) technique in which the one-dimensional thermal energy flux was imposed across the interface. By using two kinds of SAM terminal with hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties... | View Full Abstract
Subject Headings   Heat -- Transmission
Call Number   621.402205 JHT
Location   Periodicals Hall 2nd floor - قاعة الدوريات - الطابق الثاني

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         Hidden Liquidity: Some New Light on Dark Trading
 

 
Author   BLOOMFIELD,ROBERT (Author)
O'HARA,MAUREEN (Author)
Journal Title   The Journal of Finance
Volume/ Issue   2015/OCT V.70 N.5
Physical Description   p 2227-2274
Subject Area   Economics
Abstract   Using a laboratory market, we investigate how the ability to hide orders affects traders’ strategies and market outcomes in a limit order book environment. We find that order strategies are greatly affected by allowing hidden liquidity, with traders substituting nondisplayed for displayed shares and changing the aggressiveness of their trading. As traders adapt their behavior to the different opacity regimes, however, most aggregate market outcomes (such as liquidity and informational efficiency) are not affected as much. We also find that opacity appears to increase the profits of informed traders but only when their private information is very valuable.... | View Full Abstract
Subject Headings   Economics
Call Number   332.05 JFI
Location   Periodicals Hall 2nd floor - قاعة الدوريات - الطابق الثاني

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         Short DNA Probes Developed for Sample Tracking and Quality Assurance in Gene Panel Testing
 

 
Author   Fujiki,Ryoji (Author)
Ikeda,Makoto (Author)
Ohara,Osamu (Author)
Journal Title   The jouranal of molecular diagnostics
Volume/ Issue   2019/NOV V.21 N.6
Physical Description   p 1079–1094
Abstract   Both multiplexing and target-enrichment technologies are key to reducing the cost of genetic testing using next-generation sequencing (NGS). Many diagnostic laboratories routinely handle thousands of targeted resequencing samples, leading to an increased risk of accidental sample mix-ups and cross contamination. Herein, we present a short DNA fragment that can be spiked into the original genomic DNA (gDNA) or whole blood sample and tracked through to the final targeted resequencing data. This DNA fragment comprises a 15-bp unique index sequence assembled with a 120-bp fixed sequence designed for recovery in a hybridization capture reaction.... | View Full Abstract
Call Number   616.0756 JMD
Location   Periodicals Hall 2nd floor - قاعة الدوريات - الطابق الثاني

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