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3165 Diseased and Healthy Gastrointestinal Tissue Data Mining requires an Engaged Transdisciplinary team

Sana Syed, Marium Naveed Khan, Alexis Catalano, Christopher Moskaluk, Jason Papin, S. Asad Ali, Sean R. Moore, Donald E. Brown
2019 Journal of Clinical and Translational Science  
This method enabled team leaders to have a 3600 mechanism of feedback.  ...  We first identified two team leaders specifically a pediatric physician scientist (SS) and a data scientist/engineer (DB).  ...  This method enabled team leaders to have a 3600 mechanism of feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cts.2019.299 fatcat:bgcyfhp5svhcbgbnhga3yb5adu

Project Halo: Towards a Digital Aristotle

Noah S. Friedland, Paul G. Allen, Gavin Matthews, Michael J. Witbrock, David Baxter, Jon Curtis, Blake Shepard, Pierluigi Miraglia, Jürgen Angele, Steffen Staab, Eddie Mönch, Henrik Oppermann (+10 others)
2004 The AI Magazine  
Acknowledgments Full support for this research was provided by Vulcan Inc. as part of Project Halo. For more information, see www.projecthalo.com. Notes 1.  ...  sophisticated problem solving to answer novel questions.  ...  Ontoprise and Cycorp approached knowledge formation in a target-text-driven approach, and SRI approached knowledge formation in a question-driven approach.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v25i4.1783 dblp:journals/aim/FriedlandAMWBCSMASMOWICPBFCYTC04 fatcat:76esp6hmtzgrdjdylpjgb5qose

A qualitative analysis of charismatic leadership in creative teams: the case of Turkish TV series directors

Mine Afacan Fındıklı, Uğur Yozgat
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
It has also been contented that these charismatic leader-directors act as facilitators for their teams to optimize their creativity at work.  ...  Apart from their rationality and consistency, directors and teams play a major role in the recognition of the series by the society.  ...  If you are in this business for a long time as I am, you cannot be a pessimistic person." Following the last question, we asked kinds of competencies that are necessary in order to manage the teams.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.04.026 fatcat:oxq477f6lzejvm4p76ugl5scxi

Interview: Arts Education for the 21st Century

Elliot Eisner
1999 Kappa Delta Pi Record  
role of interpreting in a novel socio-political context.  ...  This paper focuses on a set of six interviews conducted with indigenous community leaders who had participated in an interpreter-mediated consultation process led by the Peruvian government in the Ucayali  ...  Special thanks are due to Frank Janampa and Ranin Koshi, who provided great help and assistance in the stage of the Translating Cultures project that is under study here, and to the six indigenous leaders  ... 
doi:10.1080/00228958.1999.10518439 fatcat:ejix7cvgffa5nbevuo26eaveqy

Cancer's toughest challenges: a new call to the physical sciences

David Scott
2017 Convergent Science Physical Oncology  
These new collaborations mark the beginning of what we hope will be a growing international, multidisciplinary Grand Challenge community.  ...  In 2015, Cancer Research UK's Grand Challenge scheme called on the global scientific community to join forces to tackle the most intractable problems in cancer.  ...  Josephine needed to ensure that the technology will answer biologically and clinically relevant questions by building a diverse team that includes renowned researchers in cancer metabolism and genetically  ... 
doi:10.1088/2057-1739/aa8a3c fatcat:jlfuh72pjrfyhiekoykjbl73si

The true role of active communicators

Sherlock A. Licorish, Stephen G. MacDonell
2013 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering - EASE '13  
Additionally, although these individuals were highly task- and achievement-focused, they were also largely responsible for maintaining positive team atmosphere, and for providing context awareness in support  ...  There is concern, however, that such approaches can provide only a partial picture of the software process.  ...  In Jazz a person occupying the formal 'Programmer' (contributor) role is defined as a contributor to architecture and code of a component, the 'Team Leader' (component lead) is responsible for planning  ... 
doi:10.1145/2460999.2461034 dblp:conf/ease/LicorishM13 fatcat:qxm5u5ucqzcpvkw5tm7xsnjala

Different Perspectives: Report of the EVP to the House of Delegates at the 2019 Annual Meeting

Lucinda L Maine
2019 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Progressive and bold are two terms that communicate how he and the senior leaders at Northwell approach their work.  ...  novel ways.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe7763 pmid:31507302 pmcid:PMC6718505 fatcat:gnnri6xfefgi5ifdewyqjqk2tu

Pervasive Software Environments for Supporting Disaster Responses

Tiziana Catarci, Massimiliano de Leoni, Andrea Marrella, Massimo Mecella, Berardino Salvatore, Guido Vetere, Schahram Dustdar, Lukasz Juszczyk, Atif Manzoor, Hong-Linh Truong
2008 IEEE Internet Computing  
Team members at the front end carry PDAs, with team leaders' PDAs equipped with gateway communication technologies that let them communicate with the back-end centers.  ...  In complex emergency scenarios, teams from various emergency-response organizations must collaborate.  ...  We thank Calabria's Civil Protection for its full support in collecting user requirements, the other technical partners for many interesting discussions, and the anonymous reviewers for their useful comments  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2008.18 fatcat:t5spmsxbsjctlaxdtsvqse66nm

Systematic Reviews and Tech Mining, a Methodological Comparison with Case Study

Patricia F. Anderson, Carol Shannon, Skye Bickett, Joanne Doucette, Pamela Herring, Andrea Kepsel, Tierney Lyons, Scott McLachlan, Lin Wu
2018 Research Synthesis Methods  
Tech mining would benefit from the inclusion of a librarian on their research team and a greater attention to standards and collaboration in the research project.  ...  When the Medical Library Association identified questions critical for the future of the profession, it assigned groups to use systematic reviews to find the answers to these questions.  ...  It identified 15 questions to be studied by teams and answered with systematic reviews.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jrsm.1318 pmid:30129708 fatcat:mq4pir5wsvh6dfbp4s4k2ffjgq

Guest Editorial: Scholarly Big Data

Feng Xia, C. Lee Giles, Huan Liu, Kuansan Wang
2021 IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing  
The complex, multidimensional, and interdisciplinary nature of relationships in these networks make them an interesting research area to answer questions such as how teams are formed for various projects  ...  In the paper entitled Forming Dream Teams: A Chemistry-Oriented Approach in Social Networks, Najaflou and Bubendorfer propose an innovative algorithm for expert team formation called Chemistry Oriented  ... 
doi:10.1109/tetc.2021.3059329 fatcat:n73qoatwyvhsta3goqwqmnhvte

Studying Microscopic Peer-to-Peer Communication Patterns

Peter A Gloor, Daniel Oster, Johannes Putzke, Kai Fischbach, Detlef Schoder, Koji Ara, Taemie Kim, Robert Laubacher, Akshay Mohan, Daniel Olguin Olguin, Alex Pentland, Benjamin N. Waber
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Towards that goal we analyzed social interaction among a team of employees at a bank in Germany, and developed a set of interventions for more efficient collaboration.  ...  productivity, a large number of important organizational communications are face-toface, so studies based on mining electronic interactions are missing a great part of the picture.  ...  First, the study does not try to answer certain questions of causality.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1097111 fatcat:yfavhpbnyjemzllk2ur3vagkqu

Turning belief into action: An exploratory case study applying the building belief model to an anonymous college in Ontario

Christine Szustaczek
2015 Journal of Professional Communication  
A r t i c l e i n f o A b s t r A c t  ...  The leaders' answers were summarized in a spreadsheet and reviewed together to seek patterns. Results, Findings and Analysis 1.  ...  There are 17 questions in total for this section. 1.  ... 
doi:10.15173/jpc.v4i1.2616 fatcat:l2p5ikrzkrab5ae5oningdkzte

A model for Bioinformatics training: the marine biological laboratory

G. Yamashita, H. Miller, A. Goddard, C. Norton
2010 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
The Marine Biological Laboratory houses a world-renowned library and is involved in a number of informatics projects in the sciences. The  ...  Educational resources for scientists in informatics are scarce, yet scientists need the skills and knowledge to work with informaticians and manage graduate students and post-docs in informatics projects  ...  G.Y. thanks the MBLWHOI library staff and especially the SIG -R Schenk, A Shipunova, L Akella, C Ha, and J Hufnagle -for their hospitality in welcoming me as part of the team.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbq029 pmid:20660497 fatcat:dme2lvu6uzfkpfyt7wuaoacila

Educational Data Mining to Support Group Work in Software Development Projects [chapter]

Judy Kay, Irena Koprinska, Kalina Yacef
2010 Handbook of Educational Data Mining  
In this paper we explore the use of data mining to support group work in the context of a senior level, capstone software development projects.  ...  We mined data collected from students working in teams and interacting with online group support tools such as wikis, planning and tracking systems and version control software repositories.  ...  DATA MINING APPROACHES AND RESULTS A.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b10274-15 fatcat:khpozh2x75ck5adflhajqvgdgq

Redes Bayesianas para detección de roles de equipos en aprendizaje colaborativo soportado por computadoras

José Balmaceda, Silvia Schiaffino, Daniela Godoy
2015 Teknos revista científica  
En este trabajo, se propone un método alternativo para realizar esta detección a través de un sistema de aprendizaje colaborativo y a partir de la utilización de la técnica de Redes Bayesianas.  ...  El trabajo colaborativo soportado por computadoras permite a los estudiantes que se encuentran en lugares remotos trabajar de manera conjunta en el mismo entorno virtual y permite la comunicación de ideas  ...  The person that answers the questions has to score each situation in a 1-5 scale (without the 4).  ... 
doi:10.25044/25392190.476 fatcat:kxiott7dvnh4zpdfgqgh53yxd4
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