トップPDF 最近の更新履歴 H Reiju Mihara

04h 最近の更新履歴  exektlab

04h 最近の更新履歴 exektlab

(神話 Type B )もう一方で、別神話について物語がある。精神科 医・心理学者ユングは「患者であった精神疾患者ら語るイメージに不思議 と共通点があること、また、それらは、世界各地神話・伝承とも一致する点 が多いことを見出したユングは、人間無意識奧底には人類共通素地(集 合的無意識)が存在する (Wikipedia) 」と考えた。むろん、人類共通素地(集 合的無意識) 存在自体が適切であるかどうか、 存在する場合ととらえた場合、 どのように発現するかは検討されるべきであろう。しかしながら、これらにつ いて本稿では述べない。その代わり、ここでは、ある現象におけるつながりや 関連性、生起を含む潜在的な構造を神話としてとらえたい。
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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

話 「舌(かつ)」もと字は「氏」と「口」とを 重ねた形。「氏」は把手ある小さな「刀」 であり、「口(さい)」は祝詞が入った器。 従って、祝詞が入った器を突き刺し、その 祈り効果を失わせること。「はなす、そし る、はなし」は、他人を害するように言うこと 字成り立ちからは、「訛(か):いつわる」 「獪(かい):わるがしこい」意味に近い

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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

EXEKT: Executable Knowledge and Texture Laboratory 3 研修から見えるソフトウェア開発ナンタラカンタラ(仮題) (久保秋) 基本は痛い目にあってもらう、 その対処を自分でやってみる時得る 「知」 人がやるであっても、変換による実装ルールは「知」見える化か?

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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

とめておこうというが、知働化研究誌編纂意義です。 この研究誌は、今後各メンバ、知働化研究会検討や活動ベースラインとして 活用できるでしょうし、このようにまとまった書き物にすることによって、社会的な インパクトも与えることもできると思います。ともかく「書いたものしか残らない」

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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

研究成果や過去 の評判に応じて 講演の内容を変 える. 窓口で顧客と話し[r]

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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

事業概要  さまざまな知識を整理し、誰もが分かるように表現するため技術として、オントロジーというものがあります。われ われは、病院医療手順書であるクリニカルパスとオントロジー技術を組み合わせ、これまで明確でなかった医療 目的など知識を明らかにするとともに、オントロジーに基づくクリニカルパスモデリングツールを開発し、実際電 子カルテにこれらを組み込んで病院診療に活用し、医療向上や安全向上、さらには優れた知識スタッフ 間共有・循環を目指した適用実証研究を行います。
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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

神話候補 (2/2) •  資産を活用すれば生産性はあがる   •  人間は間違うが機械は間違いを起こさない   •  デファクトスタンダードやグローバルスタンダードに従えば間違いはない   •  プラクティスを実践すれば上手くいく  

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最近の更新履歴  exektlab

最近の更新履歴 exektlab

りしたことは、 呪縛されることは悪いことではない事、 呪縛から解放はないとい う事です。何らかの呪縛に拘束されている状態が、一般的に無意識、自然、習慣、 慣例等御と言われるものになると思っています。 この状態中に居続けては新しい 世界観は生まれません。 新しい世界を生むには、 自らが拘束されている呪縛を知る

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最近の更新履歴  SFJ

最近の更新履歴 SFJ

(090- 7794- 0267) まで予め申し込んでください。 セミナー概要 (資料を用意します) 「 フラクチュオマティクス:f l uc t uom at i c s 」とは、 「f l uc t uat i on」と「i nf or m at i c s 」 を合体したことばであり、文字通りには「ゆらぎ情報学」 、内容は「ゆらぎ科学と 技術」という意味を持っています。すなわち、フラクチュオマティクスは、ゆらぎ計 測、解析、解釈という情報学手法を媒介し、科学と技術を接着して一体化し、予測や 発見、創造を先導する魅力的な学問分野となっています。セミナーは、下記目次に従 って行われます。 【山本光璋・鷹野致和「ゆらぎ科学と技術−フラクチュオマティク ス入門」 (東北大学出版会発行、2004)よ
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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

we were able to quantify the mating skew of some studies that report only the relative frequency of mating by each male.. 30.[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

3 h 33 min; sessions lasting <1 h were excluded. N. K. conducted 22 focal observations, on average, of each group (range 7e33, N ¼ 608 observation-hours). During observations, the grooming interactions involv- ing a single dominant female were recorded. Meerkats frequently groom each other during the morning sunning time soon after emergence from a sleeping burrow, or before going down the sleeping burrow in the evening. Grooming was also observed during foraging. In addition to grooming interactions involving a dominant female, N. K. tried to record all grooming interactions among group members. Because a digital video camera was used to store images of grooming interactions among several individuals engaged in the behaviour, few interactions were over- looked. A ‘session’ was defined as 5 s of grooming. A new grooming interaction was defined as commencing when grooming was separated by intervals of more than 1 min. During sessions, N. K. identified a grooming initia- tor, its partner, the duration of grooming for each individ- ual, whether the recipient of grooming reciprocated (i.e. groomed back) during a grooming session, and how the in- teraction ended. For polyadic grooming, in which three or more animals groomed together in a huddle, all interac- tions were recorded as dyads. Grooming was occasionally accompanied by a subordinate female’s submission to the dominant female (i.e. high-pitched vocalization and grov- elling); these interactions were seen mainly in the older subordinate females ( Kutsukake & Clutton-Brock 2006 ) and, because they represent submissions, were not in- cluded in our analysis. In total, 5339 grooming interactions were observed.
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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

2 Changes in the submission frequency of each subordinate (the number of times subordinate females behaved submissively toward the dominant female divided by the number of times that eac[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

Aggression had a negative effect on the social relationship between opponents because of an elevated probability of aggression occurrence and an increased time interval until the first no[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

The duration of grooming performed by dominant males was affected by the status of the grooming partner and group size ( Table 1 ); dominant males groomed dominant females for longer dur[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

Kutsukake and Castles (2001) observed most of the group members daily and opportunistically recorded all aggressive interactions, which re- vealed the general characteristics of intra-group aggression. Following the turnover, we used focal animal sampling (Altmann, 1974) to observe the previous alpha male (GN) for 10 days (total obser- vation: 72 h). Simultaneously, we conducted all occurrence sampling for male-male interactions among the 6 highest-ranked males (Altmann, 1974). Kutsukake stood where he could look around the whole area of the feed- ing site and observe their positions and behaviors. Whenever the distance among >2 of the 6 highest-ranked males became <10 m, we paid special attention to them. In general, it is impossible to conduct focal observations and all-occurrence sampling observations simultaneously. However, males usually stayed in an open area, where visibility was quite good, were inac- tive and did not change their position frequently, and were immobile during the mating season. Male dyads, except R7 and GN, kept their distance from each other and rarely associated. As a result of the favorable observation conditions, Kutsukake was able to conduct both focal and all occurrence sampling simultaneously and to observe ≥4 males for > 98% of the obser- vation time. Therefore, it is highly likely that we observed all polyadic inter- actions among them while they were at the feeding site. However, we were unable to observe the macaques on the morning of the third day after the turnover because they remained in the mountains and did not come to the feeding site. Only one polyadic interaction involved IN, the seventh-ranked male (fig. 1), which received redirected aggression from the third-ranked male, R4. Other males did not participate in the polyadic interactions among the 6 highest-ranked males. This indicates that not all high-ranking adult males from T(g) participated in the dominance competition.
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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

Tension reduction hypothesis: If greetings function to regulate intra- group tension, 1) they should occur after acts of aggression, and should not necessarily involve participants in fo[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

Results involving the number of males were consistent when analyzing the comparative data with different measures of mating skew, in phylogenetic and nonphylogenetic tests, and when usin[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

Previous cases of intergroup attacks on an unknown female with an infant (usually a mother–infant pair) from a neighboring group may be classified into two types, according to whether th[r]

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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

All observations were made by N.K. on a total of 135 days from June 1998 to March 2000. We defined the mating season as the period from late October to February in which copulation with ejaculation was observed. All other periods were regarded as the non-mating season. Overall, data were collected for 60 mating sea- son and 75 non-mating season days. Observations were usually made from 0800 to 1700 hours. Data were not collected for at least 1 h following feeding time, to avoid sampling of human-induced aggression, and on days of heavy snowfall. Since it was difficult to determine the precise timing of juvenile male emigrations, the ex- act number of troop members is not known; however, during the study period, the troop consisted of, at maximum, 218~227 indi- viduals. In November 1999, there were 58 adult males (>5 years old), 98 adult females (>4 years), 34 juveniles (2~4 years in males, 2~3 years in females) and 37 infants (0–1 year).
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最近の更新履歴  nkutsukake

最近の更新履歴 nkutsukake

We welcome exciting and stimulating papers that attract many readers, and we encourage scientists of all ages to submit their most interesting papers to Primates.. The first laureate of [r]

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