Keywordscellular communication,Cellular metabolism,Cellular Organization,cellular respiration,Cellular respiration,DNA,Energy and Metabolism,Gene regulation,Human Physiology,Intracellular transduction,Membrane Transport,Protein synthesis,Signal Molecules
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AbstractThis is the first of an open-source four-part Human Physiology textbook. The remaining three parts: (2) Coordinating the multicellular infrastructure, (3)Physical Movement and Defense, and (4) Operational logistics, are in progress.
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A distributed cellular approach of large scale SOM models for hardware implementationLaboratoire d'Electronique, Antennes et Télécommunications (LEAT) ; Université Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) ; Université Côte d'Azur (UCA)-Université Côte d'Azur (UCA)-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); IEEE; Rodriguez, Laurent; Khacef, Lyes; Miramond, Benoît (HAL CCSD, 2018-12-12)International audience
Applications of Advanced Metering Infrastructure in Electricity DistributionWorld Bank (Washington, DC, 2011)In the second half of the 1980s, several electricity companies in developed countries incorporated the automation of the reads of the consumption meters installed in their customers' premises. Adoption of that approach was driven in all the cases by the need to lower the significant costs of in-site reading, reflecting high labor costs in rich countries. There are several AMI options potentially viable for each of the automated meter reading (AMI) applications, covering a wide range in terms of technical and functional specifications of hardware and software. However, the technical and economic feasibility of a specific option crucially depends on the current operational and financial performance of the involved utilities, as well as on other key characteristics (institutional, regulatory, development of communications infrastructure) of the environment in which they operate. It is very clear that, in AMI, one size does not fit all. The applicability and options for applying AMI or smart meters technology to a variety of customer management issues commonly found in public service utilities, in particular in electricity distribution companies, are described and analyzed in this report.