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Current Issue (Volume 02 - Issue 06) (December 2017)


Title:
A Dynamic Intraccelular Differential Equation Model For The Treatment Of Hepatitis B Virus (Hbv) Infection
Authors:
Titus Ifeanyi Chinebu, RemigiusOkekeAja, Godwin C.E. Mbah
Source:
International Journal of Precious Engineering Research and Applications, pp 01-13, Vol 02 - No. 06, December 2017
Abstract:
Hepatitis B Virus infects the liver cells thereby causing hepatitis B virus infection and is a major global health problem. We developed a simplified non linear ordinary differential equation model of HBV infection which focuses on the control of the infection through treatment of the infected cells. We performed sensitivity analysis on the parameters of the model and demonstrated that there are three stages in the control of HBV infection using treatment for the infected cells. This includes the lag time corresponding to the finite time taken for the treatment to locate the site of action. At the site of action, the treatment interacts with the virus and once there is success in turning immune response, the infected patient will eliminate the infection.
Keywords:
Hepatitis B virus, Immune system, Immune Response, Treatment, Lag time and Hepatocyte.
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Title:
Structural Equation Model for Assimilation of Robots in the Construction Industry
Authors:
Dr. Sachin Jain
Source:
International Journal of Precious Engineering Research and Applications, pp 14-23, Vol 02 - No. 06, December 2017
Abstract:
Construction industry in India has investment about INR 50 trillion in 12th Plan in infrastructure, thus indicate large potential; however industry faces many weakness which makes construction a complex industry but adoption of robot can help it to overcome its weakness. Stage Adoption Model (SAM) considers that secondary adoption and assimilation isiterative and has six stages. During this paper author developed fifteen factors as a measurement models that influence assimilation stages of robot in construction. These fifteen factors are tested for validity and then used for develop a structural equation model for assimilation of robot in construction industry in SAM model.
Keywords:
Construction Industry, adoption, infrastructure construction, India, SAM
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