Transcript: SYNTHESIS OF BUTYLATED HYDROXYTOLUENE DERIVITIVES AS POTENTIAL LUBRICATING OIL ANTIOXIDANTS RESEARCH OUTPUT OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION LITERATURE REVIEW ACYL THIOSEMICARBAZIDE RPVOT IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PROPOSAL DEFENSE DESIGN EVALUATION MENU BY : SYABILAH BINTI SAZELI (HGA150001) SUPERVISORS : -DR WAGEEH ABDULHADI YEHYA -PROF. DR. SHARIFAH BEE BINTI ABDUL HAMID 1- to design and synthesis of MPAO based on BHT moiety for lubricating oil 2- to verifying antioxidant activity of the synthesized antioxidant using DPPH & RPVOT assays. 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 OBJECTIVE 3.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 4.0 IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH 5.0 METHODOLOGY 6.0 RESEARCH OUTPUTS 7.0 RESEARCH PROGRESS BUTYLATED HYDROXYTOLUENE DPPH SYNTHESIS RESEARCH PROGRESS SAR STUDY ACYL SEMICARBAZIDE
Transcript: English is seen as an effective tool for any educational innovation. As such, efforts to improve English Language instruction receive political and economic support from the government, which determines its place on the social “hierarchy” (Al-Issa, 2002). ELC, ACT (Al Musana College of Technology) has state of the art computer labs and round the clock-access to internet. Teachers and students spend a considerable time of the day with computers either e-mailing, chatting, typing, uploading or downloading assignments. There have been no significant research has done in the field of ELT in Oman. Hajjaj (1989) points out that there are several evident shortcomings in the ELT system of the respective GCC States and stresses the need for research in the various aspects of ELT and perceives it as a sustainable necessity. Rationale of the Study Question 1: What is the overall effect of using Emails on the quantity and accuracy of English Written language generated by the experimental group compared with the control group? Question 2 : What is the overall effect of using emails versus paper-and-pencil on the quantity and accuracy of English written language generated by both the experimental and control groups, when comparing the first message with the last message (i.e. within groups), over the period of a semester (8 – 10 weeks)? Question3: What are the attitudes of both the experimental and control groups toward e-mail writing? Question 4: What are the attitudes, experiences and feelings of experimental group toward email method in completing their writing tasks in the study? Statement of problem 1) Computer mediated instruction especially emails/e-messages have become significant component of teaching language (Gonzalez- Bueno, 1998; González-Bueno & Pérez, 2000) at present. Use of emails is one of the powerful genre of writing in the present world. Among the various forms of CMC in language teaching, electronic mail (email) has been so far the most popular and useful tool for foreign language teaching and learning (Chaffee-Sorace, 1999; Levy, 1997). The paper and pencil method of writing limits the learners’ performance because learners spend more time in transmitting information electronically in the present scenario (Fischer, 2012; Dall, 2001; Kiernan and Aizawa, 2004 & Stockwell and Harrington, 2003). The present study will give some insight in to the quality of computer written text verse paper-and-pencil written texts in terms of accuracy and quantity of language in the context of teaching English as a foreign language in the Middle East. Specific Objectives 1. To analyze and evaluate how grammatical and lexical accuracy is affected by the electronic medium (Emails). 2. To evaluate the relation between the writings produced through emails and paper-and-pencil method. 3. To evaluate the factors influencing students’ writing skills using an Error Correction Code. 4. To contribute to filling the related literature gap on using E-mails in promoting writing in the Omani context. Arabic students learning to write in English may encounter lexical and syntactical difficulties (Fender, 2008; Al-Kasawneh, 2010 & Al – Buainani,2006) . writing using email has many pedagogical advantages. Gonglewski , 1999; Warschauer, Shetzer, and Meloni, 2000, p.3 & Schwienkorst (1998) Arabic students’ poor output in English in the Gulf region is to their lack of motivation, heavy reliance on memorization and rote learning, use of outdated curricula and methodologies, emphasis on high-stake testing and inadequately trained teachers (Syed, 2003). The use of English in Oman has developed into “institutionalized domains”, such as business, the media and education (Al-Busaidi, 1995). To identify the effectiveness of Emails in promoting writing skills of Semester 1 students at ELC, Post Foundation English Program in Al Musanna College of Technology in Oman in terms of grammatical and lexical accuracy and the quantity of language produced in comparison with traditional paper-and-pencil method. The effectiveness in using email in promoting writing skills of Omani EFL learners at Al Musanna College of Technology Introduction Research objectives Lack of studies that have explored and examine the effectiveness of E-mail as a medium of writing contrasting the traditional paper-and-pencil medium in Oman. The study will highlight the significant role of CMC in promoting writing skills. The findings about lexical and grammatical errors and other qualitative aspects of the study can serve important standards for improved use of CMC through emails in EFL writing classes in Oman. The study using email technology to promote writing skill will surely give momentum to the government programs and policies equipping young Omani learners with every day CMC means. Research Questions Significance of the study According to Robert Fischer (2011) it is difficult to think of a foreign or second language (L2) programme that does not make use of some form of
Transcript: delay of the arrival of fire fighters. Late information dissemination Large area will be affected by fire Vulnerability of people Not prepared with the situation Many casualties Health Hazard Exposure to toxic and smoke Pulmonary Disease DEVELOPMENT OF MULTI-SENSING FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INPUT Knowledge Requirement • Fire • Fire Management • Humidity, Temperature. Smoke • Relays • Sensors • Global System for Mobile communication • Microcontroller • Evaluation System Software Requirement • Assembly Language for MCU Hardware Requirements • Resistor • Temperature Sensor • Humidity Sensor • Smoke Sensor • Diode • Capacitor • Transformer • Connecting Wires • Junction box • Utility box • Microcontroller unit • GSM Module PROCESS • Design • Fabrication and Installation • Testing and Improvement OUTPUT Development of Multi-Sensing Fire Alarm System Evaluation Humidity Sensor Microcontroller Unit Relays GSM Module ROMMEL Multi-Sensing Fire Alarm System The project is composed of a temperature sensor that will measure the change of temperature inside the laboratory room. Along with the temperature sensor is a humidity sensor that will quantity the amount of mugginess present on air, furthermore a smoke sensor will be installed to sense the manifestation of smoke stereotypically as an indication of fire. A Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) module will be sending a Short Message Service (SMS) to inform the authority about the current status of the laboratory room The study is limited to fire alarm only. The Sending of message is limited to one area alone where the gsm module is installed Operation and Testing Procedure Smoke Sensor Project Development Project Design 1. Design a fire alarm system with the following features: • Temperature Sensor that will measure the change temperature of the laboratory room. • Humidity Sensor that will measure the amount of humidity present on air. • Smoke Detector that will sense the manifestation of smoke typically as an indicator of fire. • Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM ) module will be sending a Short Message Service (SMS) to inform the authority about the current status of the laboratory room in terms of temperature ,humidity and the presence of smoke 2. Construct a prototype using locally available materials. 3. Test the prototype in accordance to the design. 4. Evaluate the performance of the prototype in terms of functionality, aesthetics, workability, durability, economy, safety and saleability. Rommel Jhon P. Rivera Temperature Sensor Scope and Limitation To determine the functionality of the assembled system device, the following procedure must be followed: 1. Place the Sensors on the area where it can function its purpose. 2. Install the GSM module. 3. Plug the device on 220V source. 4. Switch on the disconnecting means. Block 6 lot 2 phase 2 patiis road Greenbrier Village, San mateo rizal BT-ICET Instrument -TUP evaluation instrument for developed prototype Respondents -Faculty members and students of different departments in the College of Industrial Technology, Technological University of the Philippines Topic Outline and Conceptual Model 1. Set the Sensors (temperature sensor, humidity sensor and smoke sensor) on fix position. 2. Observe the response of the sensors based on different condition where it will be installed. 3. Record the result. General Objective Background of the study Evaluation Procedure CAUSE 1. Install the temperature sensor 2. Expose the sensor to smoke. 3. Observe the response of the sensors. 4. Record the results Determining the functionality of Temperature Sensor 1. Install the temperature sensor 2. Expose the sensor to a heating material. 3. Observe the response of the sensors. 4. Record the results Determining the functionality of the humidity sensor 1. Set the GSM module. 2. Observe the response of the GSM Module based on the input of the temperature sensor, humidity sensor and smoke sensor. 3. Record the result. Specific Objective 1. Install the humidity sensor 2. Expose the sensor to a heating material. 3. Observe the response of the sensors. 4. Record the results The study aims to develop a Multi-Sensing Fire Alarm System that aims to help early detection of possible fire and to lessen the damaged fire can bring. Perceived Solution: PROBLEM Topic Outline Proposal Defense Block Diagram Testing Procedure End Presentation 3714 Almario St. Brgy. Tejeros Makati City BT-ICET Instrumentation and Control Servicing-NC II Flow Chart Background of the Study Billy Jim M. Arpia EFFECT Josef Amiel O. Montañano Determining the functionality of Smoke Sensor Objectives of the Study @iAmrjrivera @LetterAmiel @KuyaBidyeeey Block 12 lot 3 ignacio ST, fairwoods subd,bahayang pag asa imus cavite BT-ICET Operation Procedure THANK YOU VERY MUCH Determining the functionality of the Sensors and the microcontroller Fire Alarm System Temperature sensor Humidity Sensor Smoke Sensor GSM Interfacing Microcontroller Evaluation System Researchers
Transcript: Indoor Localization: Active Badge System Cellular system Dead-reckoning Wifi Bluetooth Usually relies on signal strength and triangulation Natural User Interface with Context Awareness Proposal Defense Network Topology Security location More collaboration Liang Kong Less control Users will have a more intuitive view to context changes. Users are both receivers and initiators of context changes. Use GODS (Gesture Oriented Data Sharing) as example platform to show functions. Self explained A super-set of Groupware 3 core dimension: Awareness Articulation work Appropriation Research Plan Research Approach Weekly meeting with supervisor Communication with committee Background 1. Integrated Framework for Secure Collaboration 2. Dynamic Device Group Infrastructure 3. Context Awareness in a Cyber Physical Environment Concerns multiple features of devices/sensors Multiple sensors can be fused together. Context-based Content Redaction Dynamic Device Group Context Awareness A "game" simulating workflow Let a group of 3 to 5 participants play this game. Record performance, game score and participants' preference. Participants play the game twice with and without context awareness. We gather and compare results between two rounds to observe participants' choices over convenience and security. Other Enabling Technologies Finish converting in a year Developing, testing and evaluating Computer-Supported Cooperative Work How? computational power Rule completeness: react to possible "real-world" situation except extreme cases Rule internal consistence: no conflicting rules. Rule engine adapts to real world changes "correctly". Correctness and robustness of the system. Location based Ad-hoc Devices Group A system that: Less collaboration Do the walk Context Awareness 1 Make an intelligent and reactive system We used to have policies like "No one use any device here". Now we are trying to do "Some can use some device under certain conditions". can see can think can act More control Usability Validation Concerns not only user identities but also device identities. Devices grouped by distance. Group is a fuzzy set. One device can belong to multiple groups. Functions like wireless communication, photographing and sound recording/playing are equipped by virtually every new hand-held devices. Control functions based on context. E.g. no photographing in a sensitive environment. E.g. isolating one device from environment. Devices Location Awareness Validation Platform Identity Management Tangible Touch screen, 3d camera and VR suit User interactions customize the interface Collaborative access control Context-based Function Deduction Awareness makes the system see auditory A new lower security level device/user joining will introduce a context change that affects every device in device group. Domain Specific Language: Used to define rules Better than "hard-coded" Integrated Framework for Collaborative Distributed Environment Security Validation Use Case Do not need exact location. Utilize bluetooth signal strength Use fuzzy logic instead of triangulation Do not require too much pre-configuration Yield fuzzy result light and orientation I want more collaboration in a security environment. Objective Contributions: motion Introduction Can be measured by Collaboration Usability Analysis Fuzzy Inference System: Based on fuzzy logic Requires a rule base, a database and reasoning mechanism A "situation" room with beacons and condutors. Several hand-held devices and a large display as shared workspace. A content pool and a data base. GODS interfaces A switch for context awareness Validation Context information is provided by devices in a device group. Adapt security level with respect to context. Changing security level leads to redaction of display and communication. Convenience Context Awareness 2 Beacon is a representative of a device group (location and security). Conductor coordinates beacons. Client are less stationary. Nature User Interface Information and participants are categorized by security level, domain and content type. Participants will be given information randomly. Participants can only archive information matching or dominating in all field. Game is not over until all information are archived. In order to do that, participants must share information. During sharing, they will be scored in convenience and security. The Game visual context Three roles: Conductor Beacon Client For example, light, temperature, audio and movement can be used to detect user behaviors like sleeping, watching TV and cycling.
Transcript: Nursing Shortage Nursing Workload Nursing Satisfaction Intention to leave The participants will be given a summary of the study, purpose, research methodology, projected time commitment, potential benefits of the study, the researcher’s contact information, and contact information of the IRBs. The participants will have the full opportunity to ask questions prior to participating and they will be informed that their participation is completely voluntary and assured that their responses will remain confidential. A packet containing the questionnaires along with a demographics sheet and a pen will be provided. Consent will be implied by the completion of the survey and explained in the participant cover letter. The anonymity of participants and confidentiality of their responses will be ensured by the data will be collected from the participants by the researcher only, no reporting of the participant's identities, reporting the findings in aggregate, and the assurance that the raw data will be destroyed after the analysis process is completed. Saudi Arabia Practice Environment Conceptual Framework Data Collection Conclusion a comparison study Magnet & Non-Magnet Saudi Hospitals: In 1991, the American Nurses Association (ANA), through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), developed 14 standards of nursing care in which a hospital is evaluated through multiple processes for formally credentialing Magnet hospital. The ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® grew rapidly and been sought by various hospitals in multiple clinical settings and different cultural, economic, and political contexts . Saudi Arabia has a serious shortage of registered nurses at only 4.8/1000 population compared to the US at 9.8/ 1000. The presence of two Magnet hospitals in Saudi Arabia is a great a opportunity to explore the impact of Magnet designation on practice environments, nursing practice and patient outcomes. It seems timely to assess the Magnet effect on the designated hospitals and to determine if it could help alleviate the professional challenges related to the nursing shortage, autonomy, and retention. The Purpose To examine practice environment, nursing workload, and patient outcomes in Magnet and non-Magnet hospitals. The Magnet status has become recognized as a seal of excellence for the hospitals that adopt a positive practice environment, best nursing care, and optimal health outcomes for patients. Patient outcomes Nursing Workload Jeddah Riyadh Turnover While the ANCC introduced their new Magnet model, there was only one Magnet-designated hospital in the Middle East and only five international Magnet facilities from three countries outside the United States (Australia, Singapore, and Lebanon) Procedure
Transcript: Response Rate The data will be analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistical analyses. Descriptive analysis such as the mean, standard deviation and range will be determined by using SPSS software. From the descriptive analysis, an interpretative summary will be written to explain the data in relation to the quality of life of administrators. A factor analysis and reliability analyses will be conducted. "strengthen and improve the educational quality and equal educational opportunities especially for the poor students" Enhancing Educational Leadership ACCOUNTABILITY AND DECREASED LONGEVITY IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM: IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND ATTRITION RATES OF PRINCIPALS IN LOUISIANA? Presented May 8, 2014 teacher and principal accountability job satisfaction efficacy TAP plans to achieve higher standards, increase parental participation, improve teaching strategies, and most importantly defined local roles and responsibilities . Value-Added Assessment Data Analyses & Report Findings college and a career, regardless of their income, race, ethnic or language background, or disability status Louisiana Principals Elementary Middle High Diverse sample male and female Conceptual Framework Other countries were “matching” and “surpassing” our “educational attainments" could increase principal quality of life, and perhaps decrease principal attrition or early retirement Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 Studies “regardless of race or class or economic status, are entitled to a fair chance and to the tools for developing their individual powers of mind and spirit to the utmost” Each of the 11 identified districts No Child Left Behind Consent cover letter 29 questions on quality of life 4 week duration consequences Content validity was established through the research base 50-75% Gap in Literature Compass National Defense Education Act of 1958 Principal Turnover The Principal in an Age of Accountability Superintendent Approval RQ#1: Independent will be the outcomes of the participants’ quality of life dimensions and the dependent will be accountability requirements Reported as The Catalyst to Education Reform Population Nation At Risk provide an adequate sample size Principals Volunteer by completing survey teachers and principals are held accountable for student performance Overarching question: To what extent are principals satisfied with their quality of life within the dimensions of family relationships, workplace, finance, support systems, leisure time, and health/wellness? Sub-question 1: What are the unique qualities of being a principal who is married with children versus being a principal who is a single parent with children within the dimension of family relationship, workplace, finance, support systems, leisure time, and health/wellness? Sub-question 2: Is there a relationship between the quality of life of principals and principal attrition? Sub-question 3: How do accountability mandates influence the quality of life of principals in an identified region in Louisiana? Accountability student performance outcomes impact on teachers and students NCLB, 2001 Early retirement RQ#3: Independent the principal’s intention to retire Dependent will be quality of life outcomes for participants Sputnik 1957 A proposal submitted to the doctoral committee of Samantha Mitchell-Austin for the degree of Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Eleven districts in a region of southeastern Louisiana close the achievement gap between America’s privileged and less fortunate Louisiana Accountability • NCLB, 2001 • Common Core Standards • Compass • SPS • LEAP, PARCC present information that will enhance the professional literature, providing insight on the quality of life and lived experiences of administrators during an age of accountability Reliability and Validity National Defense Education Act of 1958 Six Dimensions • Family Relationships • Workplace • Finance • Support Systems • Leisure Time • Health/Wellness Survey 29 questions 6 quality of life domains 4 point Likert Scale very satisfied to very dissatisfied Principals in southeast Louisiana Open 4 weeks Survey Monkey SPS Quantitative Descriptive ( OQ ) Correlational (Q3) Comparative (Q1 & Q2) Variables CCSS Principal Attrition Evolving roles and responsibilities Intent to leave the profession • Ethnicity • Gender • Marital Status • Years of Service • Socio-economic status of school aid in implementations of support strategies such as: counseling, professional development, and stress coping skills Quality of life No information on the quality of life of principals Researchers Focus Data Collection Method This proposed study will focus on the whether the stress and perceived unrealistic expectations placed on principals have influenced their decision to retire. It is intended to explore whether the constant pressure to implement new policy and produce desired outcomes have negatively affected the quality of life of
Transcript: 80% urban 85% ownership 67% phantom checks 44% bedside Determine to what extent the restoration of the directed attenional network in a nature-based environment may be impeded by the presence of a mobile phone. Mobile phone distraction and attention restoration: A study on the impact of mobile phones on nature-based experiences Overview Who Where Design Relevance Attentional networks Directed attention Fatigue Distraction Theory(s) Attention restoration Mobile phone attachment/addiction Study Purpose Stats Examples Effects Background Study Purpose Background The Issue Design Relevance Physiological directed attention fatigue, resource depletion Cognitive impacts on executive functioning and self-regulation Affective negative affect & behavior Data Collection Physiological Cognitive Affective General Student distraction High-risk decision making while driving Inattentional blindness Addictive behaviors Social factors Internal External The Issue Limitations/Delimitations Location Environmental factors Personal factors Age group Compenasation Study Components
Transcript: Proposal Defense Activity Recognition Through Mobile Phone Sensors for Promoting Physical Activity Outline Introduction Over the past ten years, a virtual explosion of interest in mobile phones has led to a revolution in the communication infrastructure. With the technological advancement of mobile phones a new platform for computing is quickly gaining popularity. SMART phones are now equipped with a number of embedded sensing devices such as an accelerometer, gyroscope, digital compass, microphone, GPS and camera. These sensors with strong sensing capabilities are now being used in various fields for human gesture and activity recognition based applications which are opening the doors to new areas of research and significantly impacting our daily life. Related Work On Body Sensors Multiple On Body Sensors L. Bao et al explored the use of multiple sensors on various parts of the body such as the waist, arms, knees and ankles to determine basic level activities  Certain activities such as eating, typing and brushing teeth were much easier to determine if the sensors were placed at the wrist and arm [2,3,4] Some systems have been developed to use natural data collection conditions but lacked accuracy [5, 3] Single On Body Sensor A few works have been performed whereby only one tri-axial accelerometer located at the waist or back is used for movement recognition [6-7] These sensors were capable of recognizing basic activities such as lying, walking and running [8-9] Later on single sensor was used to establish transition of movements from sit stand to stand sit Challenges of On Body Sensing Number of sensors Position of the Sensors Mobile Sensing Platform Recent studies have shown the use of a single device which is fitted with multiple sensors such as multi-modal sensor board, a Bluetooth iMote and USB rechargeable battery board [13, 14] It is equipped with a number of sensors: accelerometer, barometric pressure, temperature, humidity, compass heading and light level In one study Tanzeem Chaudry et al used a multi-modal sensor board for activity recognition and attached it to an Intel mote and a Bluetooth device in order to send the collected data to a hand held device or laptop where analysis on the data can be performed  Mobile sensing platform has been used for various application based research in the field of psychology and nutrition [13, 14]. Through this device a study was performed to evaluate the sociability and physical activity in older adults. The research focused on the physical as well as the mental well-being of the adults Mobile Phone Sensing A few Researchers have explored the possibility of using mobile phone for activity inference . Jennifer R. Kwapisz  investigated basic level activities by placing mobile in the trouser pocket. Applications have been used to collect data from various sensors and analyze the data offline and through classifiers identify basic level activities. Another study focused on the placement of mobile phones at specific position and orientations as well as transition from various states such as sit stand position  Application in Behavioral Analysis In  the fluctuations in the signal strength of GSM signals have been used to infer basic level activities like sitting, walking and driving. Using this information the pattern of the daily activity level is determined. The use of GSM signals is not a very efficient approach for activity recognition as there are sudden spikes and troughs that cause complexity in GMS cell strength and visibility Previously smart phone GPS sensor data was also exploited to establish the type of conveyance used to commute over certain duration of time There were issues of recognition of the mode of transport in the case when GPS signals are not available and focuses on outdoor activity only  More Recent work includes CenceMe which is a social networking based application that uses user sensing information from mobile phone to provide location updates A continuous sensing classification algorithm which implements a mobile sensing collaborative inference technique and was designed to sense the lightweight audio data while at the same time using modal pools for this purpose Research Problem Statement Use of embedded smart phone sensor technology to carry out a behavioral analysis Using activity recognition based application, enhance a student’s knowledge about themselves and their physical environment Establish an efficient classification algorithm and provide useful feedback to the user Problem Description A large data collection set is required to obtain sufficient data for accurate classification Willingness of participants to cooperate and provide useful information Limitations of previous machine learning algorithm Mobile Phone User Context Deployment at Scale Proposed Solution We propose to use cell phone technology to encourage healthy choices for better lifestyle behavior change of youth Specifically, we are
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