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"All roads lead to Rome"

Sebastian Schelter, Stephan Ewen, Kostas Tzoumas, Volker Markl
2013 Proceedings of the 22nd ACM international conference on Conference on information & knowledge management - CIKM '13  
All Roads Lead to Rome:” Optimistic Recovery for Distributed Iterative Data Processing Sebastian Schelter  ...  In ICWSM, We present a novel optimistic recovery mechanism for distributed 2010. iterative data processing using a general fixpoint programming model. [11] A. Das, M. Datar, A.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2505515.2505753 dblp:conf/cikm/SchelterETM13 fatcat:sng3cz5dc5cwje2psop37wmb4u

Data Visualization, Dashboards, and Evidence Use in Schools: Data Collaborative Workshop Perspectives of Educators, Researchers, and Data Scientists

Alex J. Bowers
2021
as well as educator perceptions of this intersection of data use, visualization, and education data science to inform evidence-based improvement cycles for instructional improvement in schools.  ...  This workshop was part of the final phase of the collaborative National Science Foundation funded research project (#1560720) "Building Community and Capacity for Data-Intensive Evidence-Based Decision  ...  All roads lead to Rome; in a school, Rome is in the Principal's Office.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-jj2g-e225 fatcat:zz6bpksomjbwdl6qm24wnzkba4

A Neoconservative Theory of International Politics? [article]

Lakshana Mahabir, University, My, University, My
2018
It offers an explanation for the causes of alliances, as well as regional and systemic conflicts. The theory also adopts a prescriptive function and offers an account of foreign policy analysis.  ...  roads leading to Rome, all pathways of global democratization here lead to the United States,-in that its ideals are seen (by neoconservatives) to be unique to the United States (despite being subsequently  ...  Foreign policy process: o Short term vs Long Term prospects In terms of the process of foreign policy, neoconservatives adopt a long-term perspective for the US.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-21919 fatcat:h3iiygvsnfg7lit2hu7fqcsy2a