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, Luisetto Mauro, Rafa Ahmed Yesvi, Musa Naeem, Abu Syed, Anan Sabit Ibtisam, Haque Tazwan
Insights in Biology and Medicine, Volume 4, pp 023-029; https://doi.org/10.29328/journal.ibm.1001018

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Related the extremely transmittable abilities of SARS-CoV-2,a harmonious virus to the bat CoV, gets transmitted by three principal processes-- the inhalation of droplets from the SARS-CoV-2 infected person, contacting to the person, and by the surfaces and materials defiled with the virus. Whereupon bat Coronavirus is mostly like the pandemic causing virus SARS-CoV-2, bats are often deliberated and figured out as a possible primary host although no intermediate has not been defined yet in the wherewithal of transmission. The Spike Glycoprotein plays an important role in the case of penetration with the assistance of the ACE2 receptor and the Receptor Binding Domain. In the human body, infiltrating the nucleic acid into host cells, SARS-CoV-2 attacks one cell and one by one into the whole human body; therefore, infected cases are found symptomatic and asymptomatic considering the immune power. Patients with cardiovascular disease or diabetes proceed with their treatment with ACE2 often; therefore, there might be a high chance of getting infected. Whereas the SARS-CoV-2 infects the blood and then lungs, Antigens improvement can be better in order to avoid high-complicated effects. Currently, no vaccination or no accurate cure and treatment has not been defined. An explanation with analysis on SARS-CoV-2 has been performed from the aspect of virology, immunology and molecular biology. Several relevant figures have been included hereby in order to a better understanding of the very concept.
it - Information Technology, Volume 10, pp 91-93; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1968.10.16.91

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Article Das IBM System/360 Modell 25 was published on December 1, 1968 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 10, issue 1-6).
A. Kollmar
it - Information Technology, Volume 10, pp 135-140; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1968.10.16.135

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Article Das IBM System /360 Modell 85 was published on December 1, 1968 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 10, issue 1-6).
H.-J. Hawlitschka
it - Information Technology, Volume 2, pp 58-66; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1960.2.14.58

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Article Das elektronische Datenverarbeitungssystem IBM 305 RAMAC/ The IBM RAMAC data processing system was published on December 1, 1960 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 2, issue 1-4).
it - Information Technology, Volume 7, pp 39-47; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1965.7.16.39

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Article Apparate und Anlagen/ Das IBM-System/360 – eine neue Klasse daten verarbeitender Anlagen (Teil 2) was published on December 1, 1965 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 7, issue 1-6).
F. Fiedler
it - Information Technology, Volume 13, pp 80-86; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1971.13.16.80

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Article Das IBM System /7 was published on December 1, 1971 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 13, issue 1-6).
H. W. Kohl
it - Information Technology, Volume 12, pp 95-103; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1970.12.16.95

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Article System IBM/360-Modell 195 was published on December 1, 1970 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 12, issue 1-6).
V. Vand, R. Pepinsky
Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials, Volume 111, pp 46-52; https://doi.org/10.1524/zkri.1959.111.16.46

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Article Modifications of SAYRE’S IBM 704 machine least-squares program NY XR1 for refinement of crystal structures, and some additional computational procedures was published on November 1, 1959 in the journal Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials (volume 111, issue 1-6).
W. G. Spruth
it - Information Technology, Volume 7, pp 268-271; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1965.7.16.268

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Article Apparate und Anlagen/ Sprachausgaben IBM 7770 und 7772 was published on December 1, 1965 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 7, issue 1-6).
M. Thierer
it - Information Technology, Volume 17, pp 124-131; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1975.17.16.124

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Article Das Steuerprogramm des Vermittlungssystems IBM 3750/ The control program of switching system IBM 3750 was published on December 1, 1975 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 17, issue 1-6).
Η. B. Bierbrauer
it - Information Technology, Volume 13, pp 40-54; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1971.13.16.40

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Article Apparate und Anlagen: Das IBM System /3 Modell 6 was published on December 1, 1971 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 13, issue 1-6).
W. Horf, Kl. Weber
it - Information Technology, Volume 12, pp 328-337; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1970.12.16.328

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Article Apparate und Anlagen: Das IBM System /370 was published on December 1, 1970 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 12, issue 1-6).
Sally Fincher, Marian Petre
Published: 26 September 2005
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Abowd, G. D. (1999). Classroom 2000: An Experiment with the Instrumentation of a Living Educational Environment. IBM Systems Journal Special Issue on Pervasive Computing, 38(4), 508-530. Agre, P. E. (1997). Computation and Human Experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
James Wilcox, David Gibson
Published: 6 January 2005
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In an IBM Systems Journal article, Peter G. W. Keen set forth a process for senior managers who must deal with the challenge of ensuring that business processes, people, and technology are meshed within an organization. He noted that an executive's most important contribution to the organization is to, “clarify the firm's business imperatives that are based on knowledge anchors and linked to its vision and strategic intent." In a discussion of information technology (IT), Keen continues, “The key step in the business and technology dialog is to link business imperatives to IT imperatives." It is on this note that we begin our discussion on making the business case for video communication.
, P. E. McKenney, F. N. Parr
Published: 1 January 2008
by IBM
IBM Systems Journal, Volume 47, pp 197-206; https://doi.org/10.1147/sj.472.0197

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This paper introduces responsive systems: systems that are real-time, event-based, or time-dependent. There are a number of trends that are accelerating the adoption of responsive systems: timeliness requirements for business information systems are becoming more prevalent, embedded systems are increasingly integrated into soft real-time command-and-control systems, improved message-oriented middleware is facilitating growth in event-processing applications, and advances in service-oriented and component-based techniques are lowering the costs of developing and deploying responsive applications. The use of responsive systems is illustrated here in two application areas: the defense industry and online gaming. The papers in this special issue of the IBM Systems Journal are then introduced. The paper concludes with a discussion of the key remaining challenges in this area and ideas for further work.
M J Kelly
Published: 1 August 1986
Physics Bulletin, Volume 37, pp 322-322; https://doi.org/10.1088/0031-9112/37/8/004

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The May 1986 issue of Physics Bulletin (p201) contains a commissioned article describing in some detail the latest IBM work on ballistic electron transport in hot electron transistor/spectrometer structures. I am surprised that the house journal of The Institute of Physics has to go abroad for this when there are Institute members in teams at both GEC and Philips working on the same and related phenomena.
V Karanassios, G Horlick
Published: 1 August 1985
Talanta, Volume 32, pp 615-31

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A comprehensive account is given of the characteristics of the IBM PC personal computer and of the range of hardware and software available for it from various manufacturers, together with a list of books, magazines and journals of interest to the user.
L Offerhaus
Published: 1 June 1989
The Netherlands Journal of Medicine, Volume 34, pp 322-7

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The problems of the direct composition of a biomedical manuscript on a personal computer are discussed. Most word processing software is unsuitable because literature references, once stored, cannot be rearranged if major changes are necessary. These obstacles have been overcome in Manuscript Manager, a combination of word processing and database software. As it follows Council of Biology Editors and Vancouver rules, the printouts should be technically acceptable to most leading biomedical journals.
Harlow W. Halvorson
Published: 1 December 1960
Journal of Farm Economics, Volume 42, pp 1450-1458; https://doi.org/10.2307/1235708

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Harlow W. Halvorson; Regression and Systems of Equations Analysis on the IBM-650, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 42, Issue 5, 1 December 19
Harry Eisenpress, Richard J. Foote
Published: 1 December 1960
Journal of Farm Economics, Volume 42, pp 1445-1449; https://doi.org/10.2307/1235707

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Harry Eisenpress, Richard J. Foote; Systems of Simultaneous Equations on the IBM 704 and 709, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 42, Issue 5, 1
Earl LeGrande
Management Science, pp 1-19; https://doi.org/10.1287/mantech.3.1.1

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A Simulation Process was developed at the El Segundo Division of Hughes Aircraft company whereby actual shop operating data contained in an existing data processing system is used as input to an IBM 7090 computer for simulation of the El Segundo Fabrication Shop. The Simulation Process was used as a study tool to evaluate the effects of various management decisions on the operation of the Fabrication Shop. "Management Technology", ISSN 0542-4917, was published as a separate journal from 1960 to 1964. In 1965 it was merged into Management Science.
D. Koreimann
it - Information Technology, Volume 6, pp 273-276; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1964.6.16.273

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Article Die IBM-1311-Plattenspeicherorganisation was published on December 1, 1964 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 6, issue 1-6).
W. Bisdorf, G. Spiewok
it - Information Technology, Volume 2, pp 13-15; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1960.2.14.13

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Article Rechenprogramm für IBM 650 zur Berechnung von Wasserrohr-Leitungsnetzen/ Routine for IBM 630 for water network analysis was published on December 1, 1960 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 2, issue 1-4).
C. Theede
it - Information Technology, Volume 18, pp 77-83; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1976.18.16.77

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Article Das IBM System /32 und MAS – Computer und Programme nach Maß / The IBM system /32 and MAS – tailor-made computers and programs was published on December 1, 1976 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 18, issue 1-6).
Hans Dietrich
Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials, Volume 115, pp 470-472; https://doi.org/10.1524/zkri.1961.115.16.470

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Article Eine Serie von IBM 650-Programmen zur Kristallstruktur-Bestimmung was published on November 1, 1961 in the journal Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials (volume 115, issue 1-6).
Robert Kimberley
Published: 1 April 1995
The Electronic Library, Volume 13, pp 313-316; https://doi.org/10.1108/eb045381

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This paper discusses issues relating to the electronic distribution of journals, in the context of the Electronic Library Project of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). The aim of the Project is to investigate a number of variables relating to electronic journal distribution, including not merely technical but also non‐technical issues such as financial, copyright and social aspects. ISI, together with IBM, has begun to develop a prototype electronic document storage management and distribution system for the electronic library. The prototype will be installed at test sites in the USA and Europe starting in August 1995. Test sites will include both academic and corporate users. IBM's client/server design will enable ISI to manage a very large database (both bibliographic and full‐text), while allowing users to view the information on PCs running widely‐used operating systems. The interface used during the test will be Lotus Notes. The paper describes how users will search the Current Contents database, and the system will deliver full images of journal articles direct to the researcher's desktop over the subscriber's LAN. The images will be available for viewing or printing immediately, if the library has purchased an electronic subscription to the journal in question; otherwise, the article may be obtained from the site's library or a document delivery supplier.
Chemical & Engineering News, Volume 69; https://doi.org/10.1021/cen-v069n036.p039

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Stephen E. Weiss
Journal of International Business Studies, Volume 21, pp 565-596; https://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8490342

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M. Commer, G.A. Newman, J.J. Carazzone, T.A. Dickens, K.E. Green, L.A. Wahrmund, D.E. Willen, J. Shiu
Published: 1 April 2008
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Ely Djulia, Halim Simatupang, Nurhairani Nurhairani, Amrizal Amrizal, Universitas Negeri Medan
SCHOOL EDUCATION JOURNAL PGSD FIP UNIMED, Volume 7, pp 182-190; https://doi.org/10.24114/sejpgsd.v7i2.6853

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This study was conducted by delivering 8-day action research workshop, followed up by mentoring into each group during teacher doing action research focusing on designing action research proposal, wrting their action research report, and wrting report into scientific article,,facilitating teacher to publish their article into journal at LPM Unimed or journal with ISSN.This study was conducted at two partner schools: SD Negeri 101868 Desa Sena Kecamatan Batang Kuis and SD Negeri 105323 Desa Bakaran Batu Kecamatan Batang Kuis Kabupaten Deli Serdang. The outcome of this IbM is Primary teachers understand principle and procedure of action research, teachers are able to design and write action research proposal, conduct action research, from planning, action, observation, until reflection, reporting result of action research and publish them into scientific journal. The output of this IbM is product of action research reports and scientific articles, hopefully they can be published. Key Word: Action Research Workshop, Teaching Learning Innovation
William F. Vogel
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, Volume 39, pp 49-64; https://doi.org/10.1353/ahc.2017.0013

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This paper examines the cultural climate faced by women in the American computer industry from the 1960s to the early 1980s, a period in which the percentage of the industry workforce that was female almost tripled. Drawing on a comprehensive study of articles and advertisements in the trade journal Datamation, sources from IBM, Control Data, and the Burroughs Corporation, and the records of the user group SHARE, Inc, the study argues that the cultural climate of the industry shifted radically in the early 1970s, from hostility in the 1960s to a more open one in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Yurii A. Vlasov
Published: 1 January 2013
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Silicon Nanophotonics enables dense integration of electrical circuits with optical devices scaled down to diffraction limit. I will describe how chip-to-chip optical interconnects can be designed starting from devices up to a system level. 150-word Biography: Dr. Yurii Vlasov is a Manager of a Silicon Nanophotonics Project at the IBM Research. For the last 12 years at IBM he has been focused on the development of silicon nanophotonics technology, starting from initial exploratory fundamental research followed by advanced device engineering and, most recently, manufacturing and product development. Dr.Vlasov is currently leading the company-wide effort on transitioning the IBM Silicon Nanophotonics technology to commercial manufacturing for products relevant to IBM business. Prior to IBM, Dr. Vlasov developed semiconductor nanophotonics at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton, and at the Strasbourg IPCMS Institute, France. He also was, for over a decade, a Research Scientist with the Ioffe Institute of Physics and Technology in St. Petersburg, Russia working on optics of nanostructured semiconductors. He received his MS from the University of St.Petersburg (1988) and PhD from the Ioffe Institute (1994), both in physics. Dr. Vlasov has published over 300 highly cited journal and conference papers, filed over 50 US patents, and delivered over 100 invited, plenary and tutorial talks in the area of nanophotonics. He served on numerous organizing committees of conferences on nanophotonics under OSA, IEEE, APS, MRS, etc. Dr. Vlasov was elected a Fellow of both the OSA and the APS, as well as a Senior Member of the IEEE. He was awarded several IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards, the “Best of IBM” Award and the IBM 2012 Corporate Award, as well as SciAm50 Award by the Scientific American journal. For a couple of years Dr. Vlasov also served as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's Department of Electrical Engineering.
Gordon B. Davis, Howard Ambill, Herbert Whitecraft
Management Science, pp 77-90; https://doi.org/10.1287/mantech.2.2.77

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This paper describes the application of model building and computer simulation to planning, decision-making and budgeting. The discussion is based on the use of this approach for a proposed finance company. The mathematical model described in the paper was constructed and programmed for a computer. Various simulations on an IBM 7090 computer tested the feasibility of using the model as suggested. The examples in the text are from the simulation results. "Management Technology", ISSN 0542-4917, was published as a separate journal from 1960 to 1964. In 1965 it was merged into Management Science.
W. Kattwinkel, H. J. Wild
it - Information Technology, Volume 6, pp 246-251; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1964.6.16.246

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Article Apparate und Anlagen: IBM-Programme für Projektplanung und -Überwachung mit Hilfe der Netzwerktechnik (Verfahren des kritischen Weges) was published on December 1, 1964 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 6, issue 1-6).
K. Jacobs
it - Information Technology, Volume 7, pp 210-217; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1965.7.16.210

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Article Apparate und Anlagen/ IBM 1800 – ein elektronisches System zur schnelleren Datenerfassung und zur Führung und Steuerung von Prozessen was published on December 1, 1965 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 7, issue 1-6).
K. Jacobs
it - Information Technology, Volume 7, pp 208-210; https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.1965.7.16.208

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Article Möglichkeiten einer elektronischen Verkehrssteuerung mit IBM 1800/Possibilities of electronic traffic control with IBM 1800 was published on December 1, 1965 in the journal it - Information Technology (volume 7, issue 1-6).
Wolf-Michael Kähler
Published: 1 January 2011
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American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Volume 38, pp 1541-1552; https://doi.org/10.1093/ajhp/38.10.1541

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Pharmacy Computer System from IBM, American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, Volume 38, Issue 10, 1 October 1981, Pages 1541–1552, https://doi.org/10.1093/ajhp/38.
G.C. Stierhoff, A.G. Davis
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, Volume 20, pp 29-35; https://doi.org/10.1109/85.646206

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The IBM Systems Journal was founded in 1962 to inform IBM employees about new developments in computer systems. It evolved into a bridge between the science of computing and the practical use of computers. Besides IBM employees, readers now include IBM customers and others whose work involves computers, as well as students and faculty at colleges and universities. Authors, once exclusively from IBM, now come from wherever work is advancing computers and their uses. This history describes how the IBM Systems Journal grew from a concept to its present form.
A. G. Davis, J. R. Friedman, M. J. Haims, G. C. Stierhoff
Published: 1 January 1990
by IBM
IBM Systems Journal, Volume 29, pp 568-574; https://doi.org/10.1147/sj.294.0568

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