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    Authors: Barth, Theodor;

    1 Descriptor_thumbnail, 22 elements, blurb Footprints and Handouts spring from designer Norman Potter’s idea for a publication announced in his workshop monograph on various exchanges (projects, correspondence, poetry and performance) that he did during his life in Models and Constructs—Margin Notes for a Design Culture (1990). He announced the forecasted footprints and handouts in the following terms (he never got to publish them as he passed away in 1995): “There is an unseen part of this book, drawn from from my teaching work in architecture. This component split off at an early stage, and I hope to publish it separately under the title Footprints and handouts.” Footprints come from steps: the sense of solitary exploration in which each new footstep follows the next. A performative definition of each step, is that it projects a new step to follow it. Each new step leaves the previous step and implies a step to come. Walking—and its footprints—therefore counts a minimum of three steps (rather than two). Footprints feature the parcours: the perambulation of 22 topics in the present collection is a case in point. It is a parcours. Handouts come from giving: the sense interactive exploration in which the each handout features a snapshot of an exchange fragment in very different relationships. They accordingly feature the analysis and portraiture of different discourses. They have been developed around in the expanse of two weeks—weeks 10 and 11 called corridor weeks, at the design dpt.—and part of their function is to visualise the rhythm of a volume of essays with 1000 words and 3 images. This is part of the curriculum in a course called Theory 2 devoted to theory development. There are 22 students in the class. The other function was to explore what it means to bridge artistic research with teaching, which was a topic launched by Camille Norment at the Artistic Research Week this year (2023). Some of the topics of my ongoing research at the National Library—in the project Trolling words—have been circulated in teaching, but the topics reach far beyond this. The reader can therefore consider the Footprints and Handouts an exploration of the relation between analysis and portraiture in 22 iterations, based on a global experiment (explained above), 22 narratives, a fixed format and with the function of scenarios: in the expanded sense of proposing present alternatives within and beyond the current. That is, the present understood as alternative propositions from the now: alternative possibilities under the everyday calls and cries. From Gilbert Simondon we know that ‘information’ also writes ‘in formation’. Accordingly, if we are interested in information in other terms than the bandwidth and computing needed for signal accuracy—that messages are wired—and instead are interested in information as a category of marks with a potential of clarifying the terms on which problems are set (precisation, Arne Næss), then we can take interest in the fictional aspects of information that will be marked by reality. Once something has come to pass is already the past: as it happens—especially if it appears to be random—it has a projective power, and thereby a future, opening up for our response as it happens in the present. From lack of such performance, or response, the random turns into futures past. What could have been but never came about. The idea that we do not impose form, but that reality is constantly in formation, changes our odds quite a bit (cf, our approach to steps). If we use chance-methods—which has been quite common in the art-field over the years—what we get is contingencies: if we want to turn these into vantage points of their own, which are unhinged from our presence/absence, then we have turned from the determining importance of our presence/absence as an illusion, to an understanding of fiction as a vehicle through which the real can think itself. That reality truly is a thinking thing. And that fiction is the complement of form. Just as portraiture is the complement of analysis. Or that immersion—our partaking of reality—is the complement of reality in formation. Being a designer is acting positively a partner to creation. This understanding of the designer derives from a relation between analysis and portraiture, in which the in-formation recorded and replayed by the designer, joins the designer to the equation: since s/he is a difference that makes a difference. My work at the National Library is design work. To each push there is a second one implied: to the footprints and handouts in 22 iterations, there is a second wave transposed unto analysis and portraiture (which is the core of what the 22 iterations explore). In this aspect, my current work on a private archive—left to me by K and La Kahina—at the National Library of Norway—features a character analysis of that archive, and a attempt at portraiture with 22 faces. The possible repertoire needed to engage with that material. That is, in essence, a proposition: an artistic proposition with 22 aesthetico-epistemic operators (consistent with M. Schwab’s definition of exposition). Here, a fiction is but a second wave of the pulse the lies behind it. In the Talmudic literature it has a parallel in the court-house of dreams: here the dreamer came and said “I have had a dream”, which s/he then is helped not only to analyse but improve: the unconscious must be involved in our attempts to understand the real.

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    Authors: Lott, Alexander;

    This short blog post aims to provide guidance for parties to hybrid naval warfare for determining whether the rules of armed conflict or law enforcement are applicable to various situations where force has been used against ships. The guidelines are based on the relevant case law and systemized into three scenarios: first, a commercial ship vs. government ship/warship (State vessel) scenario; second, a State vessel vs. commercial ship scenario; third, a State vs. State scenario. The analysis focuses on the use of force against ships, but the rules apply mutatis mutandis also in relation to aircraft and installations and structures at sea. Source at https://site.uit.no/nclos/.

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    Authors: Sundby, Mari; Wigdel, Jeanette Berg;

    Innledning med bakgrunn: Når ungdom opplever tap av en forelder eller et søsken endres deres liv for alltid. Som helsesykepleier i skolehelsetjenesten har man en unik mulighet til å tilby støtte og trygghet, da ungdom bruker mye tid på skolen. Hensikten med denne artikkelen er å se hva forskning sier om hvordan ungdom opplever å bli ivaretatt etter å ha opplevd et tap av en forelder eller et søsken, samt hva som gjør støtten nyttig. Helsesykepleier kan benytte ungdommens erfaringer til å styrke ivaretakelsen av sørgende ungdom i skolehverdagen. Metode: Artikkelen er en litteraturstudie med semisystematiske søk etter forskningsartikler i et utvalg databaser i tidsrommet 28.02.23- 24.03.23. Resultat: De inkluderte forskningsartiklene har flere sammenfallende funn. Alle forskningsartiklene trekker frem et ønske om kontroll og medbestemmelse. God relasjon og tillit til hjelper var avgjørende. Tilgjengelighet, fleksibilitet og mulighet for støtte over tid, er faktorer for hva ungdom i sorg anså som viktige. Opplevelsen av manglende kompetanse hos hjelper og lite informasjon om ulike tilbud ble trukket frem som manglende faktorer. Resultatene viser at ungdom i sorg har ulike behov for støtte og ivaretakelse. Konklusjon: Litteraturgjennomgangen viser at hver sorg er unik og behov for sorgstøtte varierer i stor grad. Derfor er det viktig å lytte til hver enkelt ungdom, og kartlegge hva behovet er. Helsesykepleier kan bidra med helsefaglig kompetanse i et tverrfaglig samarbeid. Funn viser at ivaretakelsen av ungdom i sorg kan forbedres. Forskning viser at det er mangel på å undersøke sørgende ungdoms erfaringer, og at det er lite kjent om hva som gjør at støtten føles nyttig.

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    Authors: Sjåstad, Lisa Victoria;

    På bakgrunn av at personer med demens blir annerledes enn de har vært før, der de ikke lenger fullt vet hvem de er, kan livshistoriearbeid som en del av demensomsorgen være essensielt som identitetsbevarende og trygghetsskapende tiltak. Hensikten med denne litteraturstudien er å undersøke hva arbeid med livshistorie har å si for personer med demens som bor i sykehjem. Resultatene viser at livshistoriearbeid har stor betydning for personer med demens, og de opplever å bli mer sett som mennesker fremfor som en pasient. Resultatet støtter bruk av livshistoriearbeid i den daglige omsorgen til personer med demens. Konklusjonen er at livshistoriearbeid skaper en dyp forståelse av personen med demens, og kan bidra til å fremme identitet, og føre til økt forståelse for personen bak sykdommen. Livshistoriearbeid er et godt redskap for bedring av samhandling og kommunikasjon til personer med demens, forutsatt at helsepersonell har kommunikasjonsferdigheter, kjenner beboerne og er i stand til å etablere tilknytning til dem. Det er viktig å individualisere tilnærmingen til hver enkelt beboer, og det å kjenne til og forstå livshistorien gjør det enklere for personell på sykehjem å møte beboernes behov og verdier.

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    Authors: Matúš Kalaš; Plantard, Laure; Lindblad, Joakim; Jones, Martin; +34 Authors

    EDAM is a well-established ontology of operations, topics, types of data, and data formats that are used in bioinformatics and its neighbouring fields [1,2] . EDAM-bioimaging is an extension of EDAM dedicated to bioimage analysis, bioimage informatics, and bioimaging. It is being developed in collaboration between the ELIXIR research infrastructure and the NEUBIAS and COMULIS COST Actions, in close contact with the Euro-BioImaging research infrastructure and the Global BioImaging network.EDAM-bioimaging contains an inter-related hierarchy of concepts including bioimage analysis and related operations, bioimaging topics and technologies, and bioimage data and their formats. The modelled concepts enable interoperable descriptions of software, publications, data, workflows, and training materials, fostering open science and "reproducible" bioimage analysis.New developments in EDAM-bioimaging at the time of publication [3] include among others: A concise but relatively comprehensive ontology of Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, and Clustering (to the level relevant in particular in bioimaging, biosciences, and also scientific data analysis in general) Added and refined topics and synonyms within Sample preparation and Tomography, and finalised coverage of imaging techniques (all of these to the high-level extent that influences choices of downstream analysis, i.e. the scope of EDAM) EDAM-bioimaging continues being under active development, with a growing and diversifying community of contributors. It is used in BIII.eu, the registry of bioimage analysis tools, workflows, and training materials, and emerging also in descriptions of Debian Med packages available in Debian and Bio-Linux, and tools in bio.tools. Development of EDAM-bioimaging has been carried out in a successful open community manner, in a fruitful collaboration between numerous bioimaging experts and ontology developers. The last stable release at the time of poster publication is version alpha06 [3], and the live development version can be viewed and commented on WebProtégé (free registration required). New contributors are warmly welcome![1] Ison, J., Kalaš, M., Jonassen, I., Bolser, D., Uludag, M., McWilliam, H., Malone, J., Lopez, R., Pettifer, S. and Rice, P. (2013). EDAM: an ontology of bioinformatics operations, types of data and identifiers, topics and formats. Bioinformatics, 29(10): 1325-1332. DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btt113 Open Access[2] Kalaš, M., Ménager, H., Schwämmle, V., Ison, J. and EDAM Contributors (2017). EDAM – the ontology of bioinformatics operations, types of data, topics, and data formats (2017 update) [version 1; not peer reviewed]. F1000Research, 6(ISCB Comm J):1181 (Poster) DOI: 10.7490/f1000research.1114459.1 Open Access[3] Matúš Kalaš, Laure Plantard, Martin Jones, Nataša Sladoje, Marie-Charlotte Domart, Matthia Karreman, Arrate Muñoz-Barrutia, Raf Van de Plas, Ivana Vrhovac Madunić, Dean Karaica, Laura Nicolás Sáenz, Estibaliz Gómez de Marisca, Daniel Sage, Robert Haase Joakim Lindblad, and all contributors to previous versions (2020). edamontology/edam-bioimaging: alpha06 (Version alpha06). Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3695725 Open Access

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    Authors: Jacobsen, Elise; Haagaas, Kristian; Larssen, Katrine;

    I denne litteraturstudien har vi undersøkt forekomst av kjølbeinsfrakturer hos verpehøner. Vi har undersøkt ulike risikofaktorer som alder, produksjon, driftsform og genetikk. Vi har funnet at prevalensen av kjølbeinsfraktur øker med økende alder. Videre har vi sett at verpehønene som blir holdt i gulvdrift og aviar har en høyere prevalens enn høner som holdes i bur og innredde bur. Videre ser vi at det er en rask økning i prevalens av kjølbeinsfraktur i perioden verpehønene legger flest egg. Det er også observert en forskjell mellom de brune og hvite verpehønene, der de hvite har generelt lavere forekomst av kjølbeinsfraktur enn de brune. Høner som ikke utnyttes til kommersielt bruk har lavest forekomst.

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    1 Descriptor_thumbnail, 22 elements, blurb Footprints and Handouts spring from designer Norman Potter’s idea for a publication announced in his workshop monograph on various exchanges (projects, correspondence, poetry and performance) that he did during his life in Models and Constructs—Margin Notes for a Design Culture (1990). He announced the forecasted footprints and handouts in the following terms (he never got to publish them as he passed away in 1995): “There is an unseen part of this book, drawn from from my teaching work in architecture. This component split off at an early stage, and I hope to publish it separately under the title Footprints and handouts.” Footprints come from steps: the sense of solitary exploration in which each new footstep follows the next. A performative definition of each step, is that it projects a new step to follow it. Each new step leaves the previous step and implies a step to come. Walking—and its footprints—therefore counts a minimum of three steps (rather than two). Footprints feature the parcours: the perambulation of 22 topics in the present collection is a case in point. It is a parcours. Handouts come from giving: the sense interactive exploration in which the each handout features a snapshot of an exchange fragment in very different relationships. They accordingly feature the analysis and portraiture of different discourses. They have been developed around in the expanse of two weeks—weeks 10 and 11 called corridor weeks, at the design dpt.—and part of their function is to visualise the rhythm of a volume of essays with 1000 words and 3 images. This is part of the curriculum in a course called Theory 2 devoted to theory development. There are 22 students in the class. The other function was to explore what it means to bridge artistic research with teaching, which was a topic launched by Camille Norment at the Artistic Research Week this year (2023). Some of the topics of my ongoing research at the National Library—in the project Trolling words—have been circulated in teaching, but the topics reach far beyond this. The reader can therefore consider the Footprints and Handouts an exploration of the relation between analysis and portraiture in 22 iterations, based on a global experiment (explained above), 22 narratives, a fixed format and with the function of scenarios: in the expanded sense of proposing present alternatives within and beyond the current. That is, the present understood as alternative propositions from the now: alternative possibilities under the everyday calls and cries. From Gilbert Simondon we know that ‘information’ also writes ‘in formation’. Accordingly, if we are interested in information in other terms than the bandwidth and computing needed for signal accuracy—that messages are wired—and instead are interested in information as a category of marks with a potential of clarifying the terms on which problems are set (precisation, Arne Næss), then we can take interest in the fictional aspects of information that will be marked by reality. Once something has come to pass is already the past: as it happens—especially if it appears to be random—it has a projective power, and thereby a future, opening up for our response as it happens in the present. From lack of such performance, or response, the random turns into futures past. What could have been but never came about. The idea that we do not impose form, but that reality is constantly in formation, changes our odds quite a bit (cf, our approach to steps). If we use chance-methods—which has been quite common in the art-field over the years—what we get is contingencies: if we want to turn these into vantage points of their own, which are unhinged from our presence/absence, then we have turned from the determining importance of our presence/absence as an illusion, to an understanding of fiction as a vehicle through which the real can think itself. That reality truly is a thinking thing. And that fiction is the complement of form. Just as portraiture is the complement of analysis. Or that immersion—our partaking of reality—is the complement of reality in formation. Being a designer is acting positively a partner to creation. This understanding of the designer derives from a relation between analysis and portraiture, in which the in-formation recorded and replayed by the designer, joins the designer to the equation: since s/he is a difference that makes a difference. My work at the National Library is design work. To each push there is a second one implied: to the footprints and handouts in 22 iterations, there is a second wave transposed unto analysis and portraiture (which is the core of what the 22 iterations explore). In this aspect, my current work on a private archive—left to me by K and La Kahina—at the National Library of Norway—features a character analysis of that archive, and a attempt at portraiture with 22 faces. The possible repertoire needed to engage with that material. That is, in essence, a proposition: an artistic proposition with 22 aesthetico-epistemic operators (consistent with M. Schwab’s definition of exposition). Here, a fiction is but a second wave of the pulse the lies behind it. In the Talmudic literature it has a parallel in the court-house of dreams: here the dreamer came and said “I have had a dream”, which s/he then is helped not only to analyse but improve: the unconscious must be involved in our attempts to understand the real.

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    This short blog post aims to provide guidance for parties to hybrid naval warfare for determining whether the rules of armed conflict or law enforcement are applicable to various situations where force has been used against ships. The guidelines are based on the relevant case law and systemized into three scenarios: first, a commercial ship vs. government ship/warship (State vessel) scenario; second, a State vessel vs. commercial ship scenario; third, a State vs. State scenario. The analysis focuses on the use of force against ships, but the rules apply mutatis mutandis also in relation to aircraft and installations and structures at sea. Source at https://site.uit.no/nclos/.

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    Innledning med bakgrunn: Når ungdom opplever tap av en forelder eller et søsken endres deres liv for alltid. Som helsesykepleier i skolehelsetjenesten har man en unik mulighet til å tilby støtte og trygghet, da ungdom bruker mye tid på skolen. Hensikten med denne artikkelen er å se hva forskning sier om hvordan ungdom opplever å bli ivaretatt etter å ha opplevd et tap av en forelder eller et søsken, samt hva som gjør støtten nyttig. Helsesykepleier kan benytte ungdommens erfaringer til å styrke ivaretakelsen av sørgende ungdom i skolehverdagen. Metode: Artikkelen er en litteraturstudie med semisystematiske søk etter forskningsartikler i et utvalg databaser i tidsrommet 28.02.23- 24.03.23. Resultat: De inkluderte forskningsartiklene har flere sammenfallende funn. Alle forskningsartiklene trekker frem et ønske om kontroll og medbestemmelse. God relasjon og tillit til hjelper var avgjørende. Tilgjengelighet, fleksibilitet og mulighet for støtte over tid, er faktorer for hva ungdom i sorg anså som viktige. Opplevelsen av manglende kompetanse hos hjelper og lite informasjon om ulike tilbud ble trukket frem som manglende faktorer. Resultatene viser at ungdom i sorg har ulike behov for støtte og ivaretakelse. Konklusjon: Litteraturgjennomgangen viser at hver sorg er unik og behov for sorgstøtte varierer i stor grad. Derfor er det viktig å lytte til hver enkelt ungdom, og kartlegge hva behovet er. Helsesykepleier kan bidra med helsefaglig kompetanse i et tverrfaglig samarbeid. Funn viser at ivaretakelsen av ungdom i sorg kan forbedres. Forskning viser at det er mangel på å undersøke sørgende ungdoms erfaringer, og at det er lite kjent om hva som gjør at støtten føles nyttig.

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