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LEADERLESS AND LEADER-FOLLOWING FLOCKING MOTION VIA COORDINATED CONTROL

In this paper, novel coordinated control strategies are presented for control and analysis of multi-agents with point mass dynamics to achieve leaderless and leader-following flocking motions. Four control laws are proposed for a group of agents to achieve flocking formations. Two of them are for leaderless flocking and two for leader-following flocking relative to two different centers (mass center and geometric center) of the flock, respectively. A distance-dependent adjacency matrix is used

H. Yu

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 3, 1436–1452

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Dispositions of a responsible early childhood education leader: Voices from the field

Education, 2017) highlights the importance of kaiako (teacher) responsibilities. Similarly, this article argues that the six specific leadership dispositions of an early childhood education leader, identified in our research, can act as a framework to explore leadership responsibilities. Participant voices are drawn on to exemplify and articulate the specific leadership dispositions of being: a communicator; relationship focused; caring and supportive; and a leader of growth and change, whilst also

Gwen Davitt, Debbie Ryder

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 1, 18–31

Research Communicate

ON A SURPRISING RESULT OF TWO-CANDIDATE ELECTION FORECAST BASED ON THE FIRST LEADERSHIP TIME

This is a simple but provocative note. Consider an election with two candidates and suppose that candidate A was the leader until counting n votes. How to use this information in predicting the final results of the election? According to the common belief the final number of votes for the leader should be a strictly increasing function of n. Assuming the votes are counted in random order we derive the Maximum Likelihood predictor of the final number of votes for the future winner and loser

Czeslaw Stępniak

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 2, 351–357

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O le Tautai Matapalapala: Leadership strategies for supporting Pasifika students in New Zealand schools

This article addresses effective school leaders so that leaders may navigate robust, vigorous and well-thought through changes and supports in schools to raise the engagement and achievement of Pasifika learners. From a Pasifika perspective, a “true leader” in education is an effective leader, a leader with high integrity (aloaia) and standing, who is driven by culturally responsive principles, values, aspirations and world views of the students. Such a leader utilizes a personal

Tufulasifa’atafatafa Ova Taleni, Angus Macfarlane, Sonja Macfarlane, Jo Fletcher

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 2, 16–32

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Quadrotor Formation Inversion Control Method Based on Unit Quaternion

Wang Zhongsheng, Yang Sen, Dong Hairui

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 1, 27–34

Research Article

CHARACTERISTICS AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF CIRCULAR BACTERIOCINS

enzymes and provides great thermal and pH stability. Circular bacteriocins are divided into 2 subgroups based on their physicochemical properties and sequence identity. These bacteriocins are synthesized as linear precursors with a leader sequence which is cleaved off during maturation. The mature circular peptides are composed of 58–70 amino acid residues. Biosynthesis of circular bacteriocins requires three stages: cleavage of the leader sequence, circularization and export out of the cell

Urszula Błaszczyk, Kamila Dąbrowska

Postępy Mikrobiologii - Advancements of Microbiology , ISSUE 4, 451–464

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The Applicability of the Difficulty with Mobility Questionnaire (DMQ) as an Outcome Measure for Dog Guide Instruction

This study sought to assess the reliability, validity, and sensitivity of the Difficulty with Mobility Questionnaire (DMQ) to determine its applicability as an outcome measure for dog guide instruction. Forty-nine trainees receiving dog guide instruction from Leader Dogs for the Blind participated in this study. All rated their overall ability to get around (AGA) and the difficulty they experienced with 16 separate mobility related behaviours (DMQ-16) before and after training. The DMQ-16 was

Steve La Grow, Ed.D., Andy Towers, Ph.D., Dae Kim, Ph.D., Rod Haneline, M.A.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility , ISSUE 1, 10–21

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COMPREHENSIVE ON SITE THERMAL DIAGNOSTICS OF BUILDINGS - POLISH PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

University of Technology in Gliwice was a leader of the scientific-industrial consortium implementing the task. The main objectives of Task 4 and achieved relevant results are presented in the paper. A new method for the rapid on-site thermal diagnosis of a building envelope and systems of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and domestic hot water preparation and the diagnosis of indoor environment quality, as well as a method for drawing up energy performance certificates based on the measurements

Zbigniew POPIOLEK, Przemysław KATEUSZ

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 2, 125–132

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When the walls have fallen: Socially just leadership in post-traumatic times

colonialism, conquest, conflict or catastrophe. This article describes the impact of traumatic events upon the decision-making processes of school leaders. Specifically, it describes the ways in which personal value systems influence how school leaders attend to appropriate, diligent and socially just responsibilities following a traumatic event. The purpose of this article is to identify and examine possible future strategies for a socially just school leader when confronted with an unanticipated and

Tim Goddard

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 1, 106–118

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New spaces – new pedagogies: Implementing personalised learning in primary school innovative learning environments

The New Zealand Ministry of Education is requiring that all primary school “new builds” and renovations be Innovative Learning Environments (ILEs), and within these spaces there is an expectation that personalised learning is to be implemented. This qualitative study involved an investigation of practice in three Auckland primary schools where an innovative learning environment existed and personalised learning was being implemented. In each setting, a school leader and a teacher

Carol Cardno, Emma Tolmie, Jo Howse

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 1, 111–124

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“Lazarus” school rising: Finding renewed hope with a “little help from our friends”

research, a proposal was provided to the principal to repurpose the school with a focus on STEAM. Methodology A single bounded case study involved an initial phase of action research (Kemmis, 2006; Kemmis & Taggart, 1988, 2005; Carr & Kemmis, 1983) to support a residualised school from impending closure. This was then followed by eight semi-structured teacher and leader interviews hermeneutically analysed, constituting a two-phase project with a theoretical lens of social science theory using

Andrew Bills, Amy Hamilton, Ben Wadham

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , 66–87

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The Boston Special Youth Project Affiliation Dataset

) to establish and maintain contact with and attempt to change the behaviors of the gangs. These workers collected detailed field notes (“contact cards”) documenting the activities of study gang members. However, the social network data collected on the contact cards were never analyzed by SYP staff. After the death of the project leader, Walter Miller, in 2004, the materials from the project became available to a team of researchers (faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students) in the School of

Jacob T.N. Young, Scott H. Decker, Gary Sweeten

Connections , ISSUE 1-2, 85–88

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Research and Design of Next Generation Internet (IPV9) Datagram

Case 2. If option Y requires three fields, one with a length of four 8-bit groups, one with a length of two 8-bit groups, and one 8-bit group, the format is shown in table 14. TABLE XIV. THREE FIELD DESIGN FORMAT Option Length=Y Option data length =7 One 8-bit group fields Two 8-bit group fields Four 8-bit group fields Its alignment requirement is 4n+3 to ensure that the four 8-bit leader fields start at a 4 times offset from the header. The full hop-by-hop or destination

Zhongsheng Wang, Jianping Xie, Zhao Lin, Wei Zhong

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 1, 10–28

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