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  • Ballymote Community Nursing Unit, Ballymote, Sligo.

    This inspection report sets out the findings of a monitoring inspection, the purpose of which was to inform a registration renewal decision. This monitoring inspection was announced and took place over 2 day(s). The inspection took place over the following dates and times From: To: 05 June 2014 11:00 05 June 2014 18:00 06 June 2014 10:00 06 June 2014 19:00

    CBR in Scheduling: Reusing Solution Components

    In this paper we explore the reuse of components of known good schedules in new scheduling problems. This involves accumulating a case-base of good quality schedules, retrieving a case (or cases) similar to a new scheduling problem and building a new schedule from components of the retrieved cases. Two CBR solutions to a single machine scheduling problem with schedule dependent setup times are described. These are evaluated by comparing them with two more conventional altern...

    A perspective on mammalian caspases as positive and negative regulators of inflammation.

    PUBLISHED Members of the caspase family of cysteine proteases coordinate the morphological and biochemical events that typify apoptosis. However, neutralization of caspase activity in mammals fails to block death in response to most proapoptotic stimuli. This is because many cell death triggers provoke mitochondrial dysfunction upstream of caspase activation as a consequence of BAX/BAK channel opening. Although genetic or phar- macological inactivation of caspases fails to bloc...
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