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Lamy, John Baptist 1814-1888

Works: 50 works in 74 publications in 3 languages and 3,598 library holdings
Genres: History  Constitution  Pastoral letters and charges  Sources  Church history 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BX1417.S2,
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Constituciones eclesiasticas para la diocesis de Santa Fe, N.M by Catholic Church( Book )
1 edition published in 1874 in Spanish and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Conception et évaluation de méthodes de visualisation des connaissances médicales : mise au point d'un langage graphique et application aux connaissances sur le médicament by John Baptist Lamy( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Le volume des connaissances médicales les rend difficiles à utiliser. Notre hypothèse est que la médecine pourrait bénéficier des approches graphiques qui ont donné de bons résultats dans d'autres domaines. Notre objectif est de concevoir dans un cadre multi-disciplinaire : médecine et pharmacie, sciences cognitives et informatique, des méthodes de visualisation des connaissances médicales facilitant l'accès aux connaissances par les professionnels de santé en clinique. Avec une méthodologie s'appuyant sur la nature des connaissances médicales et les capacités de la vision humaine, nous avons conçu le langage graphique de Visualisation des Connaissances Médicales VCM et "Monsieur VCM". Un prototype appliqué aux connaissances sur le médicament et au Résumé des Caractéristiques Produit (RCP) a été réalisé. L'évaluation dans des conditions contrôlées a montré que les médecins avaient lu VCM deux fois plus vite que le texte, en faisant moins d'erreurs
Testing Methods for Decision Support Systems by John Baptist Lamy( Book )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In the preceding sections, we have presented four main categories of testing methods: manual static methods, automatic static methods, test bases, and "exhaustive" dynamic methods. We have seen that all these methods have their own advantages and drawbacks: there is no perfect or ideal DSS testing method. In addition, it has been shown that the various methods do not detect the same errors (Preece, 1998). Therefore we recommend to apply several methods. Table 2 shows the types of errors that can be found by the various testing methods. One should combine several testing methods so that the combination of methods covers all types of errors. In addition, one should typically: · combine both static and dynamic methods, · combine both automatic methods and methods relying on domain experts, and · in a test base, mix test cases chosen randomly or by the system developers and test cases as close as possible to real cases (either real test cases or test cases written by final users). In table 2, automatic static methods cannot detect knowledge errors in the knowledge base. As a consequence, these methods are not very useful when knowledge errors are frequent, which typically occurs when the knowledge source used to create the DSS is complex and difficult to interpret. Another important element to take into account when choosing DSS testing methods is whether there is a "gold standard" knowledge source in the field covered by the DSS, or not. For instance, when designing a DSS to implement a clinical practice guideline, the decisions recommended by the guideline are assumed to be the best possible decisions, and therefore it is a "gold standard" knowledge source. In this case, errors in the knowledge source are not to be considered, and consequently one should favor protocol #3 for test base evaluation. Finally, another question is related to the order in which the various testing methods should be applied. It is usually admitted that verification and static methods should be performed before validation and dynamic methods. Another advice is to perform automatic methods before methods relying on experts, because, if the DSS was heavily modified consequently to the first test, it is usually easier to perform again automatic testing rather than the work with the experts
Mauro Montoya collection of New Mexican historical documents by Mauro Montoya( Archival Material )
in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
This is an extensive collection of materials from throughout New Mexican history. Series I consists of letters, prayer books, government and legal documents from 1709 to 1810, including a 1725 land conveyance by Bernardino de Sena at Santa Cruz de la Canada. Series II consists of letters, government and legal documents from 1821 to 1848. Includes two 1837 circulars concerning the Chimayo rebellion; documents involving Manuel Armijo and Father Antonio Jose Martinez; the first issue of "El Payo de Nuevo Mexico" from 1845, which is one of the earliest extant New Mexican newspapers; and several accounts of the 1847 Taos revolt. Series III consists of letters; wills; land conveyances and business, government, and legal documents from 1848 to 1912. Includes one 1856 letter and two 1858 letters by Archbishop Jean Lamy, and several letters and documents concerning Lieut. Col. Ethan W. Eaton of the United States Army. Series IV consists primarily of letters and legal documents from 1912 to 1949. Includes letters and documents concerning the activities of New Mexico Governor L. Bradford Prince, and a series of correspondence between R. Stocks Watson and Benjamin Read on New Mexican history
Collection by Catholic Church. Diocese of Santa Fe (N.M.)( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Photostats of letters from Lamy to Bishop Zubiria and to Lamy from Don Ramon Ortiz, Vicar of El Paso, and from Martinez and Taladrid; two autograph letters from Lamy to Father Thomas A. Hayes, and one autograph letter to John O'Kane Murray, Catholic historian; a manuscript and a printed copy of Lamy's farewell address of August 26, 1885; two photos of Lamy and several newspaper clippings
États-unis : diocèse de Santa-Fé (Nouveau-Mexique) by John Baptist Lamy( Article )
1 edition published in 1867 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Carta pastoral para la cuaresma de 1875 by Catholic Church( Book )
1 edition published in 1875 in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
Chavez family papers by Chavez family( Archival Material )
in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers, chiefly land documents, concerning José María Chavez, Sr., his son José María C. Chavez, Jr., and other members of the Chavez family of Abiquiu, New Mexico between 1704 and 1929
Records by Society for the Propagation of the Faith( Archival Material )
in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters, 1828-1930, from the United States to the central council at Paris (27 reels of microfilm) arranged by diocese; and letters to and minutes of the central council at Lyons, 1822-1900, arranged chronologically (15 reels of microfilm)
New Mexico churches collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Collection consists of a broad range of original documents and photocopies concerning churches in New Mexico. Most of the collection involves the Catholic Church with a few materials involving Protestant churches. Includes petitions, letters, inventories, alabados, and record books. Includes materials concerning Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy, the Penitente brotherhood, Santuario de Chimayo, San Miguel Church and Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Santa Fe
Dalton C. Bergan collection of Francis X. Aubry correspondence by Dalton C Bergan( Archival Material )
in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Collection consists of the research materials of Bergan C. Dalton containing photocopies and typescript translations of correspondence between Magdeleine Aubry, F.X. Aubry, and individuals in Santa Fe, N.M. and St. Louis, Mo. Some of the correspondents are F.B. (Francis) Poirer, Joseph Mercure, and Archbishop Jean B. Lamy. A photograph of F.X. Aubry is included
Felipe Chavez papers by Felipe Chavez( Archival Material )
in Spanish and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Collection consists primarily of letters, but also includes contracts, account documents, power-of-attorney claims, and other materials. Series I consists primarily of letters to Chavez from various family members and friends. Includes a funeral corrido (ballad), a letter requesting smallpox vaccinations, and a letter from Archbishop Lamy refusing to establish a new religious order in New Mexico. Series II consists of letters to Chavez from business associates, including Miguel A. Otero and Thomas B. Catron. Series III includes many power-of-attorney claims, 33 folders of business records, and one letterpress book (1881-83)
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Alternative Names
Jean-Baptiste Lamy Frans priester (1814-1885)
Jean-Baptiste Lamy fransk præst
Jean-Baptiste Lamy fransk präst
Jean-Baptiste Lamy fransk prest
Jean-Baptiste Lamy französischer römisch-katholischer Erzbischof in den USA
Jean-Baptiste Lamy French Catholic bishop in the United States
Jean-Baptiste Lamy prélat catholique
Jean-Baptiste Lamy římskokatolický biskup v USA
Jean-Baptiste Lamy sacerdote francés (1814–1885)
Lamy, Archbishop 1814-1888
Lamy, Archbishop (John Baptist), 1814-1888
Lamy, Bishop 1814-1888
Lamy, Bishop (John Baptist), 1814-1888
Lamy, Jean Baptiste 1814-1888
Lamy John Baptist 1814-1888
Lamy, John Baptist 1814-1888 Abp
Lamy, John Baptist 1814-1888 Archbishop
Lamy, John Baptist 1814-1888 Archbishop of Santa Fe
Lamy, John Baptist, Abp., 1814-1888
Lamy, John Baptist, Archbishop, 1814-1888
Lamy, John Baptist, Archbishop of Santa Fe, 1814-1888
Lamy Juan Bautista 1814-1888
جان باتيست لامي قس فرنسي
English (48)
Spanish (5)
French (3)
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