constitutive models

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constitutive models

constitutive models

A model for an inverse power constitutive law for cerebral compliance

Analysis of a microcrack model and constitutive equations for time-dependent dilatancy of rocks

Constitutive active/androstane receptor promotes hepatocarcinogenesis in a mouse model of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis

P518Biomechanical properties, microstructure and constitutive modeling of human ventricular myocardium

A constitutive model for smooth muscle including active tone and passive viscoelastic behaviour

Constitutive activation of NF-kappa B in an animal model of aging.

A Concentration Addition Model for the Activation of the Constitutive Androstane Receptor by Xenobiotic Mixtures

Constitutive modeling, non-linear behavior, and the stress-optic law

Application of the Bammann inelasticity internal state variable constitutive model to geological materials

Constitutively active HIF-1α improves perfusion and arterial remodeling in an endovascular model of limb ischemia

A model of the lutropin/choriogonadotropin receptor: insights into the structural and functional effects of constitutively activating mutations.

Influence of a sedimentary basin infilling description on the 2-D P–SV wave propagation using linear and non-linear constitutive models

Development of a human lymphoblastoid cell line constitutively expressing human CYP1B1 cDNA: substrate specificity with model substrates and promutagens

Constitutively-active FGFR3 disrupts primary cilium length and IFT20 trafficking in various chondrocyte models of achondroplasia

The variant rpoS allele of S. enteritidis strain 27655R does not affect virulence in a chick model nor constitutive curliation but does generate a cold-sensitive phenotype


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*Communication models in which meanings are reflexively constructed, maintained, or negotiated in the act of communicating (rather than pre-established, as implied in linear transmission models). Communication is seen as a social practice that transforms not only our thoughts and feelings, but also our identities, our social relations, our framings of reality, and our social institutions. This is a key concept in ethnomethodology, where it is referred to as reflexivity. The American communication theorist Robert T. Craig (b.1947) argues that in the constitutive view communication is a primary phenomenon shaping other social processes (psychological, sociological, cultural, and so on) rather than a secondary one explicable in terms of antecedent factors. Furthermore, it can be seen as a metamodel for communication, enabling theorists to frame other models as differentially constituting particular processes and reflecting different theoretical purposes. See also communication game; constructionism; meaning-oriented communication; relational model; symbolic interactionism; compare interaction model; recursive communication theory.

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