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Maureen Anne Jersby, Paul Van-Schaik, Stephen Green, Lili Nacheva-Skopali. The use of multiple-criteria decision-making theory to measure students' perceptions of high-fidelity simulation. BMJ simulation & technology enhanced learning vol 3 issue 3 2022 35518907 the aim of this research is to establish if hfs facilitates learning that informs decision-making skills in clinical practice using multiplecriteria decisionmaking theory (mcdmt). 2022-05-06 2022-05-07 Not clear
Maureen Anne Jersby, Paul Van-Schaik, Stephen Green, Lili Nacheva-Skopali. The use of multiple-criteria decision-making theory to measure students' perceptions of high-fidelity simulation. BMJ simulation & technology enhanced learning vol 3 issue 3 2022 35518907 high-fidelity simulation (hfs) has great potential to improve decision-making in clinical practice. 2022-05-06 2022-05-07 Not clear
Xinpeng Xu, Xuedong Tian, Fang Yan. A retrieval and ranking method of mathematical documents based on CA-YOLOv5 and HFS. Mathematical biosciences and engineering : MBE vol 19 issue 5 2022 35430850 this paper proposes a method for retrieval and ranking of mathematical documents based on ca-yolov5 and hfs (hesitation fuzzy set) by utilizing the advantages of ca (coordinate attention) model and yolov5 in target detection and the superiority of hfs in multiattribute decision-making. 2022-04-18 2022-04-19 Not clear
Chun Li, Yu Wen, Qingxuan Shi, Fang Yang, Hongyan Ma, Xuedong Tia. A Pavement Crack Detection Method Based on Multiscale Attention and HFS. Computational intelligence and neuroscience vol 2022 issue 2022 35126484 finally, the membership degree of the crack is calculated based on the advantages of the hfs in multiattribute decision-making to obtain the similarity of the crack, and the binary image after segmentation is judged by the hesitation fuzzy measure. 2022-02-07 2022-02-10 Not clear
Mark S Volk, Jessica Ward, Noel Irias, Andres Navedo, Jennifer Pollart, Peter H Weinstoc. Using medical simulation to teach crisis resource management and decision-making skills to otolaryngology housestaff. Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery vol 145 issue 1 2011 21493304 develop a course to use in situ high-fidelity medical simulation (hfs) in an actual operating room (or) to (1) teach teamwork and crisis resource management (crm) skills simultaneously to otolaryngology and anesthesia trainees and or nurses and (2) provide decision-making experience to ear, nose, and throat residents and or teams in simulated high-risk, low-frequency airway emergencies. 2011-08-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
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