121 : Three Problems
Neighborhood Coordination Officers, or NCOs, are your local problem solvers. They spend all their working hours within the confines of their assigned sectors, actively engaging with local community members and residents. They get to know the neighborhood, its people, and its problems extremely well.
121 : Three Problems
Objective: To explore views and attitudes among general practitioners (GPs) and researchers in the field of general practice towards problems and challenges related to treatment of patients with multimorbidity.
Results: (i) Complex care pathways and clinical guidelines developed for single diseases were identified as very challenging when handling patients with multimorbidity; (ii) insufficient cooperation between the professionals involved in the care of multimorbid patients underlined the GPs' impression of a fragmented health care system; (iii) GPs found it challenging to establish a good dialogue and prioritize problems with patients within the timeframe of a normal consultation; (iv) the future role of the GP was discussed in relation to diminishing health inequality, and current payment systems were criticized for not matching the treatment patterns of patients with multimorbidity.
The leviathan 747 required an all-new factory, which was built almost simultaneously with the first 747 at Paine Field in Everett, Washington. First flight occurred on February 9, 1969, followed by an extensive test program. The first 747 engine, the Pratt & Whitney JT9D, was an equally challenging engineering effort; it experienced numerous problems in initial service.
If your child has problems with attention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity, talk to your pediatrician or family doctor. They can perform an evaluation and start treatment or help with a referral to a qualified mental health professional.
PHYS 321 Electromagnetism I (4) NScFirst of a three-quarter sequence. Charges at rest and in motion; dielectric and magnetic media; electromagnetic waves; relativity and electromagnetism; physical optics. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.0 in PHYS 227; and either PHYS 228, MATH 207, AMATH 351, MATH 208, AMATH 352, MATH 209, AMATH 353, MATH 224, MATH 334, MATH 335, or AMATH 401. Offered: ASp.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 321
PHYS 417 Neural Network Methods for Signals in Engineering and Physical Sciences (3)Practical introduction to neural networks and their applications in the analysis of signal data common in engineering and physical sciences. Students build computational skills for training neural networks, understand and work with modern algorithms, and complete projects developing neural net models to solve data analysis problems from the frontier of sciences. Prerequisite: either CSE 160, STAT 180, E E 241, ASTR 300, or AMATH 301; recommended: PHYS 434; and working knowledge of Python.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 417
PHYS 513 Electromagnetism and Relativity (3)First of a three-part sequence. Principles of electrostatics, complex variable techniques, boundary value problems and their associated mathematical techniques, Green's functions. Offered: A.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 513
PHYS 517 Quantum Mechanics (4)First of a three-part sequence. Modern non-relativistic quantum mechanics developed, beginning with its basic principles. Dirac and abstract operator notation introduced, starting with simple examples. Offered: A.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 517
PHYS 518 Quantum Mechanics (4)Continuation of PHYS 517. Modern non-relativistic quantum mechanics. The character of the theory illustrated both with physical examples and with conceptual problems. Topics include: atomic structure, scattering processes, density operator description of mixed states, and measurement theory. Abstract operator methods emphasized in the exposition of angular momentum, scattering, and perturbation theory. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 518
PHYS 519 Quantum Mechanics (4)Continuation of PHYS 518. Modern non-relativistic quantum mechanics. Physical examples and conceptual problems. Topics include: atomic structure, scattering processes, density operator description of mixed states, and measurement theory. Abstract operator methods emphasized in the exposition of angular momentum, scattering, and perturbation theory. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 519
PHYS 540 Quantum Physics (4)Introduction to concepts and methods of quantum physics: wave mechanics (de Broglie wavelength, uncertainty principle, Schrodinger equation), one- and three-dimensional examples (square well, free particle, tunneling), formalism of quantum physics (Hermitian operators and eigenfunctions), angular momentum and spin. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 540
PHYS 543 Electromagnetic Theory (4)Principal concepts of electromagnetism. Static electric and magnetic fields. Boundary-value problems. Electric and magnetic properties of materials. Electromagnetic waves and radiation. Prerequisite: 30 credits in physical sciences, computer science, or engineering. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 543
PHYS 547 Electronics for Physics Research (4)Electronic techniques as applied in physics research. Topics include noise, control-system analysis, operational amplifiers, lock-in amplifiers, precision power supplies and metering, data transmission, microprocessors. Several integrated measurement systems are examined in the context of specific research problems. Prerequisite: elementary electronics.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 547
PHYS 552 Introduction to Cosmic Ray Physics (3)The nature and cosmological significance of cosmic ray photons and particles. The motion and confinement of particles in the geophysical, interplanetary, and interstellar medium. Theories of the processes involved in the high-energy interaction of cosmic rays, including shower theory. Methods of measurement and current problems. Prerequisite: introductory quantum mechanics. Credit/no-credit only.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 552
PHYS 557 High Energy Physics (3)First quarter of a three-quarter series. Emphasis on the experimental foundations of particle physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 519. Offered: A.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 557
PHYS 558 High Energy Physics (3)Second quarter of a three-quarter series. Phenomenology of the standard model of strong and electro-weak interactions, including an introduction to Feynman diagrams. Prerequisite: PHYS 519. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 558
PHYS 559 High Energy Physics (3)Third quarter of a three-quarter series. Topics of current interest in high-energy particle physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 519. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: PHYS 559
The transfer of Reiter to the ISS returned the station to a three crew member staffing level. After the loss of Columbia and the grounding of the Shuttle fleet, only two people had been residing on the ISS.
The Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-121) crew enjoyed a day off after having completed three successful space walks and transferring thousands of pounds of supplies and equipment earlier in the flight.
Major discussion on the ground occurred concerning a small leak, an "APU [auxiliary power unit] 1 fuel tank pressure decay", in either a nitrogen or hydrazine tank, in one of the three redundant auxiliary power units which generate hydraulic power for use controlling the flight control surfaces during landing. Ultimately, tests performed after ISS undocking increased confidence in the integrity of the APU to the point where mission controllers decided to use the unit as normal for the re-entry.
Discovery received a clean bill of health on the recent heat shield inspections and was given a Go for landing. There were only two very minor deviations from a nominal landing procedure planned: APU 1 was started early, and, due to the problems with the heater thermostat on APU 3, the heater was turned off manually by one of the crew.
Discovery landed successfully on schedule at 09:14:43 EDT with three good APUs throughout the landing procedure. During the post landing inspection tour, Lindsey remarked that this was one of the cleanest inspections he'd ever done.
Oracle Database includes an advanced fault diagnosability infrastructure for collecting and managing diagnostic data. Diagnostic data includes the trace files, dumps, and core files that are also present in previous releases, plus new types of diagnostic data that enable customers and Oracle Support to identify, investigate, track, and resolve problems quickly and effectively.
The fault diagnosability infrastructure aids in preventing, detecting, diagnosing, and resolving problems. The problems that are targeted in particular are critical errors such as those caused by code bugs, metadata corruption, and customer data corruption.
In a single instance environment, a related problem could be identified in the local Oracle ASM instance. In an Oracle RAC environment, a related problem could be identified in any database instance or Oracle ASM instance on any other node. When investigating problems, you are able to view and gather information on any related problems.
A problem is related to the original problem if it occurs within a designated time period or shares the same execution context identifier. An execution context identifier (ECID) is a globally unique identifier used to tag and track a single call through the Oracle software stack, for example, a call to Oracle Fusion Middleware that then calls into Oracle Database to retrieve data. The ECID is typically generated in the middle tier and is passed to the database as an Oracle Call Interface (OCI) attribute. When a single call has failures on multiple tiers of the Oracle software stack, problems that are generated are tagged with the same ECID so that they can be correlated. You can then determine the tier on which the originating problem occurred. 041b061a72