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research-article | 28-November-2019

Intuition & the Expert Neuroscience Nurse

. Intuition, in the past, has rarely been given legitimacy as a sound approach to clinical judgement. Instead, it has been viewed as guess-work, unfounded knowledge or irrational acts. Expert nurses often speak of ‘gut feelings’ or a ‘feeling that things are not quite right’. These feelings are unexplained on paper – perhaps a perfect score on the Glasgow Coma Scale, but the ‘gut’ tells the expert nurse otherwise. This makes quantitative researchers uneasy, as these perceptual ideas must move to

Vicki Evans

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience, Volume 29 , ISSUE 2, 5–10

Research Article | 21-April-2017

Multicriteria vehicle routing problem solved by artificial immune system

Vehicles route planning in large transportation companies, where drivers are workers, usually takes place on the basis of experience or intuition of the employees. Because of the cost and environmental protection, it is important to save fuel, thus planning routes in an optimal way. In this article an example of the problem is presented solving delivery vans route planning taking into account the distance and travel time within the constraints of vehicle capacities, restrictions on working time

Bogna MRÓWCZYŃSKA

Transport Problems, Volume 10 , ISSUE 3, 141–152

Research Article | 30-March-2017

KASTOR – A VEHICLE AND CREW SCHEDULING SYSTEM FOR REGULAR BUS PASSENGER TRANSPORT

Summary. The challenge in vehicle and crew scheduling is to arrange a given set of bus trips into running boards while minimizing certain objectives and complying with a given set of constraints. This scheduling was solved several tens years ago manually by a dispatcher who used his skill, experience, knowledge of history, and intuition. This attitude worked quite well in small instances but could not be applied in larger ones. Development of computers brought opportunities to build

Stanislav PALÚCH, Tomáš MAJER

Transport Problems, Volume 12 , ISSUE 1, 103–110

Article | 26-August-2018

CURRENT VENTILATION AND AIR QUALITY PROBLEMS AGAINST HISTORICAL SOLUTIONS

the recent history, whereas in the long history of the ‘art of construction’, there existed a number of solutions beneficial for users’ health. This issue serves as a pretext for the presentation of former solutions, gradually improved on the basis of the observation of nature, physical phenomena, predecessors’ experiences, creative thinking and intuition. They were used for ages and have become a basis for today’s architectural solutions, although some of them have been forgotten or eliminated by

Rafał RADZIEWICZ-WINNICKI

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 9 , ISSUE 2, 29–36

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