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Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 201 - 207
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Kawano Hiroki | Miyaki Hideo Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 17:04:53
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 193 - 199
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Miyaki Hideo | Matsumura Kae | Suto Kunihiko | Matsuoka Katsuhiko Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-09 11:25:12
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 183 - 191
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Matsumura Yu | Hiratsuka Asahi | Saiki Hideto Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-09 10:48:37
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 173 - 181
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Tanaka Satoshi | Saiki Hideto Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-09 10:33:01
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 165 - 172
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Kobayashi Hironori | Mizuno Koki | Saiki Hideto Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-09 10:22:04
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 155 - 163
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Kiya Hidekatsu Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-09 10:15:23
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 147 - 154
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Tsuneyoshi Tetsuzo Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 16:21:47
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 139 - 145
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Mukaidono Hironobu | Suto Kunihiko Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 13:15:12
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 131 - 137
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Nitta Takuya | Tsutsumi Kento | Ahama Shigeki | Nakata Mitsuru | Takaoka Ryo Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 11:27:48
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 121 - 129
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Ahama Shigeki | Ahama Shihori | Nakata Mitsuru Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 11:23:06
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 111 - 119
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Nakata Mitsuru Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-08 11:10:17
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 101 - 109
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Nakashima Hisako | Aoyama Sho | Oomori Youko Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-06 17:04:07
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 95 - 100
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Saito Masaki Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-06 16:54:29
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 85 - 94
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Saiki Hideto | Nishio Koichiro Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-06 16:48:10
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 75 - 84
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Kuwahara Satomi | Umemoto Yosuke | Yamashina Kazuya | Goto Daiyu | Takahashi Toshiaki | Matsutani Midori | Fujimoto Yukinobu | Nekoda Kazuaki Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-06 15:43:06
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 65 - 74
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Simokawa Masayuki | Sano Yukihito | Fujikami Mayumi | Tamoto Shoichi | Tanaka Tomoki | Kawamura Izumi | Eto Hiroyasu | Nakamura Yuuji | Kawamura Hiromi Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-01 16:49:44
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 55 - 64
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Oomori Youko | Shiraishi Toshiyuki | Kawasaki Tokuko | Nakashima Hisako | Yoshitsuru Osamu | Takahashi Chie | Nakahara Sanae | Ogawa Mako | Takata Kazuyoshi | Matsumura Kae Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-01 16:35:57
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 45 - 54
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Fujikami Mayumi | Saiki Hideto | Tokunaga Mai | Otsuka Yukimasa | Shiga Naomi | Kobayashi Hironori | Urata Toshiaki | Maeda Shouhei Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-01 16:27:36
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 35 - 43
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Okibayashi Yohei | Ikenaga Maiko | Nakagawa Minori | Fujinaga Keigo Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-01 16:18:05
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 23 - 33
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Takahashi Masako | Okibayashi Yohei | Ishida Chiharu | Shiraji Megumi Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-12-01 16:09:16
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 13 - 21
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : Morinaga Yae | Nomura Yoshifumi | Kawaraya Hiroshi | Sakamoto Mayuka | Nakamura Yuuji | Chijimatsu Tetsuhiro | Yoshioka Tomoko | Harada Keisuke | Nishi Atsuko Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-11-30 16:19:38
Bulletin of the Integrated Center for Education Research and Training Volume 54 pp. 1 - 12
published_at 2022-08-15
Creators : 栗田 克弘 | Tsumori Narushi | Akiyama Hiroyuki | Shibata Masaru | Shigematsu Hirotake Publishers : 山口大学教育学部附属教育実践総合センター Updated At : 2022-11-30 15:34:38
published_at 2022-11
Some textbooks of formal languages and automata theory implicitly state the structural equality of the binary n-dimensional de Bruijn graph and the state diagram of minimum state deterministic finite automaton which accepts regular language (0+1)*1(0+1)^{n-1}. Although the isomorphism in binary case is relatively easy to prove, it is desirable to rigorously prove such an isomorphism in general k-ary case. To achieve this purpose, the author introduces a new computational model, called "colored finite automata (CFA)," and give a certain characterization of the general k-ary de Bruijn graphs by regular languages. The second purpose of this study is to investigate the potential of this automaton with multi-colored accepting states. By the way, when CFA is nondeterministic (NCFA), it is desirable that the colors of accepting states are unmixed (i.e., there are no inputs that are accepted with differently colored accepting states) in order to pursuit the accurate identification. Thus, the author proposes the three decision problems (Unmixedness Verification problem, Unmixedness Partitioning problem, and Unmixedness Extension problem) concerning unmixedness and show that UV, UP, and UE problems are shown to be NLOG-complete, P, and NP-complete, respectively. The author also illustrates the applications of colored finite automata, e.g. to existing regular expression engines and model checking tools for the purpose of improvement of their efficiency and conveniency. Next, the author introduces "colored pushdown automaton (CPDA)" which is an ordinary pushdown automaton with colored accepting states. It is shown that while the computational complexity of the above-mentioned UV, UP, and UE problems of CPDA are all undecidable, restriction of CPDA are all undecidable, restriction of CPDAs to unambiguous ones simplifies some problems of them to the permanently true problems. In this way, the concept of colored accepting states can be applied to a wide range of automata that have a set of accepting states and expected to be useful in a wide range of theoretical and practical field of automata applications in the future.
Creators : 高橋 芳明 Updated At : 2022-12-09 15:48:58
The bulletin of the Yamaguchi Medical School Volume 69 Issue 3-4 pp. 57 - 66
published_at 2022-12
Abstract Background: Expanding nursing workload is a worldwide problem. However, any nursing workload assessment (NWA) tool requires complicated analyses of the nursing job profile. To determine the imbalance in time assignments across all nursing operations and to reduce nursing workload, a nursing job survey was conducted. Methods: A total of 25 major job categories, common to all hospital wards, were identified, and an NWA tool was developed for efficient analyses to feature easy/flexible entry of the time spent for each job category and real-time visual profiling of job time allocation. The profile could be divided by job categories, wards, shifts, and years. Results: From the preliminary analyses, undesirable time allocation was revealed in several job categories, especially the time for recording and other nonessential nursing operations. Using the analytical functions of the NWA tool between 2014 and 2016, a series of corrective measures were successfully taken to many job categories, and they were found to be effective. Consequently, excessive overtime workload was reduced from 125 min/day/nurse in 2014 to 100 and 100 min/day/ nurse in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Conclusion: Notable improvements in nursing workload and time allocation for attentive patient care could be achieved employing the novel user-aimed NWA tool.
Creators : Shimizu Yumi | Satou Kazutaka | Manago Noriko | Itou Masako | Ichihara Kiyoshi | Maekawa Tsuyoshi Publishers : Yamaguchi University School of Medicine Updated At : 2022-11-15 11:36:12
The bulletin of the Yamaguchi Medical School Volume 69 Issue 3-4 pp. 45 - 56
published_at 2022-12
Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of two different postures (sitting and standing) and three different ambient temperatures (10℃, 20℃, and 30℃) on heart rate variability (HRV) among healthy young adults. Methods: Twelve young adult volunteers (males 6, females 6) were recruited. Following acclimatization to any the room temperature (10℃, 20℃ or 30℃), 5-min measurements of HRV were conducted in sitting and standing postures of the subjects. Results: Compared to the sitting posture, measurements obtained in the standing posture revealed a significant decrease in high-frequency power/HF, root mean square of successive differences between RR intervals, standard deviation of Poincaré plot perpendicular to the line-of-identity or SD1 and SD1/standard deviation of Poincaré plot along the line-of-identity or SD2, and a significant increase in lowfrequency power/LF and LF/HF under all experimental conditions (p<0.05 to 0.005). Majority of HRV parameters showed significant differences while the values obtained under 10℃ were compared with 20℃ and 30℃ conditions, respectively (p<0.05 to 0.001). Conclusions: Our findings suggest the predominance of sympathetic tone in the standing compared with sitting posture. Furthermore, colder conditions caused a predominance of the parasympathetic activity in both sitting and standing postures, and such effects of ambient temperature on the sympathovagal balance were stronger in the latter posture.
Creators : Wada Sunao | Mahbub MH | Nakagami Yuki | Hase Ryosuke | Yamaguchi Natsu | Takahashi Hidekazu | Saito Hiroyuki | Shimokawa Junki | Watanabe Rie | Harada Noriaki | Tanabe Tsuyoshi Publishers : Yamaguchi University School of Medicine Updated At : 2022-11-15 11:09:37