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  • Research data . 2022
    Authors: 
    Kouprianov, Alexei;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE
  • Authors: 
    Jssal;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE

    Owing to the accelerated adoption of digital technology triggered by the lockdown, educational institutions are forced to work online by maintaining social distance. Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) are considering this fact as an ideal time to experiment and deploy new digital technology to impart quality education. By considering the need of the hour, the present study focuses on the role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in higher education in selected COVID-19 affected cities viz., Hubballi-Dharwad and Belagavi. The present study is made with the objective to understand the usage of ICT in higher education in specified regions (Hubli-Dharwad, Belgavi). It attempts to know the extent of student participation in ICT-based learning and the problems faced by both teacher and student communities. Finally, it suggests measures to overcome the problems in effective teaching-learning.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    LAZHAR BENALLAL;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Between reality and fiction, the unexpected appearance of SARS-COV2 on a global scale raises several questions about its true origin and what perspective on its long-term evolution.

  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2021
    Open Access

    Someone who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion is known as Refugee. And an asylum seeker is someone whose request for sanctuary has yet to be processed. In Today's world, the rights of Rohingya refugees are very debatable. Our topic is The Educational rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh (an analysis). There are some social, cultural, and language barriers to providing education rights to Rohingya children and Bangladesh is not also under an obligation to do so as Bangladesh hasn’t signed the 1951 convention of refugees. So basically the research is based on how to ensure the right of Rohingya children otherwise in its absence. We also tried to understand the problems, the gaps, the Bangladesh situation, and international instruments. A big question is Bangladesh has been under the duty to secure the interest of refugee education and the explanation on that by which law and convention are labile or not for refugee children's education. Bangladesh has not signed the Refugee Convention. So that, Bangladesh is not legally bound to ensure that right and no law regulates and for the administration of refugee affairs in Bangladesh or guarantees the rights of refugees. There are a lot of Refugees in Bangladesh but because Bangladesh is not a signatory state of the 1951 convention, that's why they are known as Asylum Seekers. Though Education is a very important and basic entitlement for humans still there is some debate. Being born as human refugees are entitled to have some rights and education is one of them. But now there is a lot of debate on that ground. {"references": ["Alif Ovi D, and Mridha T, 'Education Rights Of Rohingya Refugees Children In Bangladesh: An Analysis' (2021) 2 Jus Corpus Law Journal ", "Alif Ovi, D., & Mridha, T. (2021). Education Rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh: An Analysis. Jus Corpus Law Journal, 2(2), 26-47. from https://jgateplus.com/.", "Alif Ovi, D. and Mridha, T., 2021. Education Rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh: An Analysis. Jus Corpus Law Journal, [online] 2(2), pp.26-47. Available at: "]}

  • Authors: 
    Dunia Pepe; Debora Vitali;
    Publisher: Franco Angeli

    Il patrimonio culturale rappresenta un settore strategico per lo sviluppo della società, dell'economia e del lavoro. Una dimensione essenziale della gestione e della fruizione del patrimonio culturale è il processo della sua digitalizzazione. Accanto al patrimonio culturale esiste ormai un patrimonio culturale digitale che ne garantisce la conservazione, la diffusione e la valorizzazione. Le nuove tecno-logie hanno trasformato l'organizzazione di musei, gallerie, siti d'arte e siti archeologici. Queste stesse tecnologie hanno consentito la diffusione e l'operabilità a livello internazionale di infrastrutture digitali di informazione e ricerca. La digitalizzazione ha consentito ai luoghi della cultura di sperimentare nuovi legami, con i territori e con i cittadini, già dall'inizio degli anni 2000 e soprattutto a seguito del lockdown imposto dalla pandemia da Covid 19. Le tante attività di digitalizzazione volte a valorizzare i beni culturali richiedono sia co-noscenze umanistiche che scientifiche. Da un lato, esse implicano la creazione di realtà virtuali e modellizzazioni per una diversa e più profonda conoscenza, dall'altro lato, richiedono l'uso dell'intelligenza artificiale e dei big data per ricostruire il passato delle culture o per conoscere i flussi turistici nei siti d'arte. Anche le professioni, le competenze ed i percorsi formativi legati alla digitalizzazione dei beni culturali nascono dalle interazioni tra sistemi fisici e sistemi virtuali, da conoscenze ed esperienze di diversa natura.

  • Authors: 
    Jssal;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE

    Owing to the accelerated adoption of digital technology triggered by the lockdown, educational institutions are forced to work online by maintaining social distance. Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) are considering this fact as an ideal time to experiment and deploy new digital technology to impart quality education. By considering the need of the hour, the present study focuses on the role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in higher education in selected COVID-19 affected cities viz., Hubballi-Dharwad and Belagavi. The present study is made with the objective to understand the usage of ICT in higher education in specified regions (Hubli-Dharwad, Belgavi). It attempts to know the extent of student participation in ICT-based learning and the problems faced by both teacher and student communities. Finally, it suggests measures to overcome the problems in effective teaching-learning.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Frank Lehrbass;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) allows burdening a clearing obligation on non-financial corporations, which formerly did not necessarily clear their business. We give 10 recommendations on how to cope with this obligation. These are motivated by a case study for which we consider a stylized German power producer. For this entity, we derive optimal levels of planned production and forward sales of power using microeconomic theory. Since this results in a significant short position in the German power forward market, we investigate the resulting variation margin call dynamics with a special interest in the ability to forecast worst-case price up moves. We compare different models for the forward log-returns and their performance in 99% quantile forecasting. A GARCH model with Student-t distribution emerges as the most suitable model. This is used in the case study, which is inspired by data published by the power producer E.ON. Using recent material from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision we distill the reliable liquidity buffer from an allegedly rich liquidity position and show how suddenly it can be eroded. We point to feedback loops, which make the challenges—posed by the clearing obligation—even more severe. We also spend some thoughts on how to cope with the crisis caused by Corona.

  • German
    Authors: 
    Bala, Mehmet Murat; Bala, Keziban Aslı; Hancı, Fatma; Bayraktar, Zehra; Kabakuş, Nimet;
    Publisher: Unpublished
  • English
    Authors: 
    Edmond, Jennifer; Basaraba, Nicole; Doran, Michelle; Garnett, Vicky; Grile, Courtney Helen; Papaki, Eliza; Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Mehmet Murat BALA; Keziban Aslı BALA;
    Publisher: Wroclaw Medical University

    BACKGROUND Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a genetic disorder that causes skeletal fragility, multiple fractures and several extraskeletal disorders. Most cases of OI are caused by mutations in COL1A1/A2. Osteogenesis imperfecta type VIII typically causes a severe and fatal phenotype that presents at birth with severe osteopenia, congenital fractures and other clinical manifestations. OBJECTIVES We describe the cases of an 11-year-old female and a 9-year-old male with homozygous truncating mutations in P3H1. Both cases were born with intrauterine fractures and suffered multiple fractures shortly after birth, requiring multiple operations to correct both fractures and severe scoliosis. The patients have been treated with pamidronate since the age of 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS Whole exome sequencing (WES) was performed by Gene by Gene using Twist Bioscience technology. Initially, ~36.5 Mb of consensus coding sequences (targeting >98% of RefSeq and Gencode v. 28 regions obtained from the human genome) was replicated from fragmented genomic DNA using the Twist Human Core Exome Plus kit. The subsequent library was sequenced on the Illumina Novaseq Next Generation Sequencing platform to achieve at least ×20 reading depth for >98% of the targeted bases. Variant annotations and filtering was performed using Ingenuity Variant Analysis software. RESULTS We identified a homozygous mutation in the 3rd exon of P3H1 (c.628C>T/p.Arg210 Ter). Our cases broaden the phenotypic spectrum of OI type VIII as, to the best of our knowledge, these are the first postnatal cases with P3H1 (c.628C>T/p.Arg210 Ter) mutations published in the literature. CONCLUSIONS We present the first recorded postnatal cases from unrelated families of OI type VIII, broadening our understanding of the severe, but nonfatal spectrum of clinical phenotype of this recessive form of OI.

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  • Research data . 2022
    Authors: 
    Kouprianov, Alexei;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE
  • Authors: 
    Jssal;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE

    Owing to the accelerated adoption of digital technology triggered by the lockdown, educational institutions are forced to work online by maintaining social distance. Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) are considering this fact as an ideal time to experiment and deploy new digital technology to impart quality education. By considering the need of the hour, the present study focuses on the role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in higher education in selected COVID-19 affected cities viz., Hubballi-Dharwad and Belagavi. The present study is made with the objective to understand the usage of ICT in higher education in specified regions (Hubli-Dharwad, Belgavi). It attempts to know the extent of student participation in ICT-based learning and the problems faced by both teacher and student communities. Finally, it suggests measures to overcome the problems in effective teaching-learning.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    LAZHAR BENALLAL;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Between reality and fiction, the unexpected appearance of SARS-COV2 on a global scale raises several questions about its true origin and what perspective on its long-term evolution.

  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2021
    Open Access

    Someone who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion is known as Refugee. And an asylum seeker is someone whose request for sanctuary has yet to be processed. In Today's world, the rights of Rohingya refugees are very debatable. Our topic is The Educational rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh (an analysis). There are some social, cultural, and language barriers to providing education rights to Rohingya children and Bangladesh is not also under an obligation to do so as Bangladesh hasn’t signed the 1951 convention of refugees. So basically the research is based on how to ensure the right of Rohingya children otherwise in its absence. We also tried to understand the problems, the gaps, the Bangladesh situation, and international instruments. A big question is Bangladesh has been under the duty to secure the interest of refugee education and the explanation on that by which law and convention are labile or not for refugee children's education. Bangladesh has not signed the Refugee Convention. So that, Bangladesh is not legally bound to ensure that right and no law regulates and for the administration of refugee affairs in Bangladesh or guarantees the rights of refugees. There are a lot of Refugees in Bangladesh but because Bangladesh is not a signatory state of the 1951 convention, that's why they are known as Asylum Seekers. Though Education is a very important and basic entitlement for humans still there is some debate. Being born as human refugees are entitled to have some rights and education is one of them. But now there is a lot of debate on that ground. {"references": ["Alif Ovi D, and Mridha T, 'Education Rights Of Rohingya Refugees Children In Bangladesh: An Analysis' (2021) 2 Jus Corpus Law Journal ", "Alif Ovi, D., & Mridha, T. (2021). Education Rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh: An Analysis. Jus Corpus Law Journal, 2(2), 26-47. from https://jgateplus.com/.", "Alif Ovi, D. and Mridha, T., 2021. Education Rights of Rohingya Refugees Children in Bangladesh: An Analysis. Jus Corpus Law Journal, [online] 2(2), pp.26-47. Available at: "]}

  • Authors: 
    Dunia Pepe; Debora Vitali;
    Publisher: Franco Angeli

    Il patrimonio culturale rappresenta un settore strategico per lo sviluppo della società, dell'economia e del lavoro. Una dimensione essenziale della gestione e della fruizione del patrimonio culturale è il processo della sua digitalizzazione. Accanto al patrimonio culturale esiste ormai un patrimonio culturale digitale che ne garantisce la conservazione, la diffusione e la valorizzazione. Le nuove tecno-logie hanno trasformato l'organizzazione di musei, gallerie, siti d'arte e siti archeologici. Queste stesse tecnologie hanno consentito la diffusione e l'operabilità a livello internazionale di infrastrutture digitali di informazione e ricerca. La digitalizzazione ha consentito ai luoghi della cultura di sperimentare nuovi legami, con i territori e con i cittadini, già dall'inizio degli anni 2000 e soprattutto a seguito del lockdown imposto dalla pandemia da Covid 19. Le tante attività di digitalizzazione volte a valorizzare i beni culturali richiedono sia co-noscenze umanistiche che scientifiche. Da un lato, esse implicano la creazione di realtà virtuali e modellizzazioni per una diversa e più profonda conoscenza, dall'altro lato, richiedono l'uso dell'intelligenza artificiale e dei big data per ricostruire il passato delle culture o per conoscere i flussi turistici nei siti d'arte. Anche le professioni, le competenze ed i percorsi formativi legati alla digitalizzazione dei beni culturali nascono dalle interazioni tra sistemi fisici e sistemi virtuali, da conoscenze ed esperienze di diversa natura.

  • Authors: 
    Jssal;
    Publisher: DARIAH-DE

    Owing to the accelerated adoption of digital technology triggered by the lockdown, educational institutions are forced to work online by maintaining social distance. Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) are considering this fact as an ideal time to experiment and deploy new digital technology to impart quality education. By considering the need of the hour, the present study focuses on the role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in higher education in selected COVID-19 affected cities viz., Hubballi-Dharwad and Belagavi. The present study is made with the objective to understand the usage of ICT in higher education in specified regions (Hubli-Dharwad, Belgavi). It attempts to know the extent of student participation in ICT-based learning and the problems faced by both teacher and student communities. Finally, it suggests measures to overcome the problems in effective teaching-learning.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Frank Lehrbass;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) allows burdening a clearing obligation on non-financial corporations, which formerly did not necessarily clear their business. We give 10 recommendations on how to cope with this obligation. These are motivated by a case study for which we consider a stylized German power producer. For this entity, we derive optimal levels of planned production and forward sales of power using microeconomic theory. Since this results in a significant short position in the German power forward market, we investigate the resulting variation margin call dynamics with a special interest in the ability to forecast worst-case price up moves. We compare different models for the forward log-returns and their performance in 99% quantile forecasting. A GARCH model with Student-t distribution emerges as the most suitable model. This is used in the case study, which is inspired by data published by the power producer E.ON. Using recent material from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision we distill the reliable liquidity buffer from an allegedly rich liquidity position and show how suddenly it can be eroded. We point to feedback loops, which make the challenges—posed by the clearing obligation—even more severe. We also spend some thoughts on how to cope with the crisis caused by Corona.

  • German
    Authors: 
    Bala, Mehmet Murat; Bala, Keziban Aslı; Hancı, Fatma; Bayraktar, Zehra; Kabakuş, Nimet;
    Publisher: Unpublished
  • English
    Authors: 
    Edmond, Jennifer; Basaraba, Nicole; Doran, Michelle; Garnett, Vicky; Grile, Courtney Helen; Papaki, Eliza; Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Mehmet Murat BALA; Keziban Aslı BALA;
    Publisher: Wroclaw Medical University

    BACKGROUND Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a genetic disorder that causes skeletal fragility, multiple fractures and several extraskeletal disorders. Most cases of OI are caused by mutations in COL1A1/A2. Osteogenesis imperfecta type VIII typically causes a severe and fatal phenotype that presents at birth with severe osteopenia, congenital fractures and other clinical manifestations. OBJECTIVES We describe the cases of an 11-year-old female and a 9-year-old male with homozygous truncating mutations in P3H1. Both cases were born with intrauterine fractures and suffered multiple fractures shortly after birth, requiring multiple operations to correct both fractures and severe scoliosis. The patients have been treated with pamidronate since the age of 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS Whole exome sequencing (WES) was performed by Gene by Gene using Twist Bioscience technology. Initially, ~36.5 Mb of consensus coding sequences (targeting >98% of RefSeq and Gencode v. 28 regions obtained from the human genome) was replicated from fragmented genomic DNA using the Twist Human Core Exome Plus kit. The subsequent library was sequenced on the Illumina Novaseq Next Generation Sequencing platform to achieve at least ×20 reading depth for >98% of the targeted bases. Variant annotations and filtering was performed using Ingenuity Variant Analysis software. RESULTS We identified a homozygous mutation in the 3rd exon of P3H1 (c.628C>T/p.Arg210 Ter). Our cases broaden the phenotypic spectrum of OI type VIII as, to the best of our knowledge, these are the first postnatal cases with P3H1 (c.628C>T/p.Arg210 Ter) mutations published in the literature. CONCLUSIONS We present the first recorded postnatal cases from unrelated families of OI type VIII, broadening our understanding of the severe, but nonfatal spectrum of clinical phenotype of this recessive form of OI.