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Volume 5 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.194

Advanced Attendance Management Systems: Technologies and Applications

Sakshi, Chetan Sharma, Shamneesh Sharma, Parminder Singh and Ishtiyaq Ahmad Khan

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The attendance management of the organization is an essential activity of their mundane life, has necessitated the need for revolutionary automatic attendance record-keeping and tracking systems. Paper surveys the emerging automated tools and applications which are popularly dominating this activity and fulfilling the requirement of accurate at

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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The studied was to investigate for studying the genetic architecture in seven genotypes of radish during growing season autumn 2019/2020, at the area of the vegetable research, Department of Horticulture and landscape Designs, agriculture and forestry College, University of Mosul. The results indicated that highly significant variation among al

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Volume 5 Issue 1

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.196

The Use of Directing Technologies in the System of Additional Education

Elena Ivanovna Grigorieva, Marina Gennadievna Kruglova, Olga Fyodorovna Asatryan, Nina Alexandrovna Oparina, Galina Ivanovna Gribkova and Natalia Sergeevna Yushchenko

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The study deploys various research methods. The theoretical methods include analysis, summarization, comparison, synthesis, and systematization of scientific and educational methodical literature to determine the current state of the problem under study. The empirical methods comprise purposeful observation, conversations, interviewing, questio

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Volume 5 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.197

The Influence of Performing Arts Competitions on the Formation of Artistic and Pedagogical Space

Aleksandr Vladlenovich Kamenets, Natalia Ivanovna Anufrieva, Elizaveta Evgenievna Grushina, Galina Ivanovna Gribkova, Olga Victorovna Ershova and Natalia Sergeevna Yushchenko

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The article deals with the main pedagogical problems of performing arts competitions in the context of the humanistic paradigm of the forming artistic and pedagogical space. Different pedagogical situations determining the requirements for organizing and conducting contest programs are analyzed. Various pedagogical strategies of involving the y

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Volume 5 Issue 1

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.200

A Study of Short Term Outcomes among Covid-19 Patients Discharged without Follow up In the New York Metropolitan Area

Christine Louise Molmenti, Neil Mitra, Abhinit Shah, Anne Flynn, Zenobia Brown, Kathryn Baxter, Vesna Cekic, Hallie Bleau, Jacqueline Picone, Christina Olivieri, Debbie Allis, Patricia Perlas, Pashmena Ahmadi, Victoria Dicanio, Giovanna Smeragliuolo, Shelby Bossie, Mini S Mammen, Richard Larry Whelan

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Background: A shortage of beds, high case volume, decreased availability of outpatient medical doctors, and limited disease knowledge resulted in the premature discharge and poor follow up of COVID-19 patients in the New York Metropolitan Area.Objective: The primary objective of this retrospective study and phone survey was to characterize the

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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The research included the molecular classification study of seven genotypes of the bean Vicia faba L. (FBSPN2, TLD1266, TLD1814, TLB1266, Luzdeotono, favad and Histal. Using the RAPD technique for DNA, as 13 random primers were used, the products of inflation were transferred within the agarose gel, and the results of the study showed the poss

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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Researchers in the past investigate the Sumudu Adomian Decomposition Method (SADM), the Laplace Adomian Decomposition Method (LADM), the Padé Sumudu Adomian Decomposition Methods (PSADM). In this paper we analyse the behaviour of the function P[L/M][.] called double Padé approximation using in the Padé Sumudu Adomian Decomposition Method (PS

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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Spatial and temporal dynamics of land use/land covers (LULC) are the results of human activities and population growth. The LULC change is caused by both, natural and anthropogenic factors. The objective of this study was to detect LULC changes in Andit Tid watershed. The study has used ArcGIS 10.5 and Landsat images of 1984, 1996, 2008, and 20

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Introduction: With all the advancements that technology has reached, Dentistry can't be left behind. In the past few years, researchers have focused on emerging technologies like Virtual and Augmented Reality with clinical practice. Objectives: This literature review aims to provide an update on the latest technological applications and develo

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Volume 5 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2576-8484.190

Clinical Response to Xultophy Possibly Varies from Each Different Metabolic Function

Hiroshi Bando, Kazuki Sakamoto, Tomoya Ogawa, Naoki Kondo, Shigeki Hatakeyama, Toshiharu Kobayashi and Noboru Iwatsuki

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Two patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) were treated with Xultophy. Xultophy consists of degludec and liraglutide (IDegLira). It is the combination of long-acting insulin and Glucagon like Peptide-1 Receptor Agonist (GLP-1RA) and is characteristic for effective agent for improving glucose variability for patients with T2DM. However, c

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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Utilizing rooftops as a solar power plant system on the grid can be an effective and efficient solution to reduce electricity bills. This research aims to design and analyze the potential of 1215 Wp solar power plant rooftop with on grid system household scale in terms of techno economy. Using each of the two alternatives to the main components

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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Ground water in general is clean and fresh. However, industrialization and urbanization together with intensified agricultural activity have led to increasing demands on one hand but to the potential for large scale release of contaminants on the other. Water pollution disturbs the normal uses of water for agriculture, public water supply, aqu

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Volume 5 Issue 1

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This article presents the results of a cluster analysis of the regions of the Russian Federation in terms of the main parameters of socio-economic. The major objective of the article is to develop a method for the division of the Russian regions into clusters in order to improve the quality of the policymaking process. The authors studied and

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