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  1. Differences by union status in health and mortality at older ages: Results for 16 European countries

    Philipov, Dimiter; Scherbov, Sergei
    Background: Married people live longer than the unmarried; micro-level research indicates that they enjoy better health. Macro-level research does not combine mortality, marital status, and health. Objective: We provide international comparisons of healthy and unhealthy life years at ages 50 and higher combining mortality, marital status, and health. Methods: We examine differences in healthy and unhealthy life years for married and cohabiting (i.e., partnered) and for single men and women and break these down into mortality and disability. EU-SILC and Eurostat data for 2011 are used for 16 European countries. Results: Our analyses show that partnered people, both men and women, are healthier...
    (application/pdf) - 21-dic-2017

  2. Protocol for a Systematic Literature Review on Security-related Research in Ubiquitous Computing

    Kusen, Ema; Strembeck, Mark
    Context: This protocol is as a supplementary document to our review paper that investigates security-related challenges and solutions that have occurred during the past decade (from January 2003 to December 2014). Objectives: The objective of this systematic review is to identify security-related challenges, security goals, and defenses in ubiquitous computing by answering to three main research questions. First, demographic data and trends will be given by analyzing where, when and by whom the research has been carried out. Second, we will identify security goals that occur in ubiquitous computing, along with attacks, vulnerabilities and threats that have motivated the research....
    (application/pdf) - 18-oct-2016

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