unification model

unification model

[-kā′shən]
Etymology: L, unus + ficare, to make whole, atus, process, modulus, small measure
a theoretic framework based on the close relationship of nursing education and clinical nursing service at the University of Rochester (New York). The faculty of the school of nursing hold joint appointments to the school and the hospital, teaching nursing students and providing clinical leadership in nursing service in the hospital. See also joint appointment.
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These observations show that the material is most effectively funnelled from the galactic scale to the inner tens of parsecs during the late stages of galaxy mergers, and that the close environment of SMBHs [supermassive black holes] in advanced mergers is richer in gas and dust with respect to that of SMBHs in isolated galaxies, and cannot be explained by the classical AGN unification model in which the torus is responsible for the obscuration," the researchers concluded in the study.
It is a unification model which is the ultimate goal of all scientific discoveries.
Ford provided administrative leadership for a Unification model in nursing at the University of Rochester Medical Center, where she was founding dean of the School of Nursing and director of nursing in the university's Strong Memorial Hospital.
But according to Ilse van Bemmel of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, the unification model of active galactic nuclei is in no immediate danger.
Council spokesman Lin Chong-pin conceded public support for Beijing's unification model has been on the increase between May last year when the government of President Chen Shui-bian, a one-time supporter of Taiwan independence, took power and March this year.
Recently, a string of media opinion polls indicated a surge in support for ''one-country, two-systems'' to around 30%, receiving widespread attention, in particular because they came after Chen proclaimed during an overseas trip that Beijing's unification model has no market in Taiwan.
Superstring theory, (7, 8, 9) which represents the tentative mathematical approach, was expected to constitute a creative breakthrough toward the accomplishment of a grand unification model, but so far it has produced highly involved mathematics, the physical meaning of which is not entirely clear.
It provides useful models and methods for advancing academic nursing practice, including the unification model, faculty practice plans, nurse-managed centers, joint appointments, clinical appointments.
A comprehensive survey of Higgs production and decay in classes of Gauge-Higgs Unification models will be presented and interpreted in the light of the experimental results, taking into account effects from resonances and fermion mixings that have been usually neglected so far.
The most peculiar aspect of the Leuenberg Agreement is its ecumenical method, as it is based not on one of the traditional unification models but on the satis est of article VII of the Augsburg Confession, where it says that it is sufficient for the true unity of the church to agree on the doctrine of the gospel and the administration of the sacraments.