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Embedding Topical Elements of Parallel Programming, Computer Graphics, and Artificial Intelligence across the Undergraduate CS Required Courses

James Wolfer
2015 International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)  
Traditionally, topics such as parallel computing, computer graphics, and artificial intelligence have been taught as stand-alone courses in the computing curriculum.  ...  This paper reviews that work and expands it with representative examples of assignments, demonstrations, and results as well as describing how the tools and examples deployed for these classes have a residual  ...  Finally, low-level support for Computer Graphics is introduced in the context of device drivers for interactive devices.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijep.v5i1.4090 fatcat:tsg4zznrdvafbfv25y7edjdh2m

Learning the LingoA Cell Biologist's Guide to Modeling and Bioinformatics, by HolmesRaquell M.; 2007; 203 pp.; John Wiley and Sons (Hoboken, NJ); ISBN-10:0471164208

Laurie J. Heyer
2008 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
discusses computational cell biology models in abstract terms to provide a foundation for subsequent chapters, but the foundation it provides is insufficient.  ...  Holmes, however, did not cover other bioinformatics topics such as: • algorithms and tools for predicting RNA and protein structure • finding genes, binding sites, and other motifs in newly sequenced organisms  ...  The greatest benefit of this book is for the researcher in cell biology who hopes to begin a collaboration with a mathematician or computer scientist, and needs a working vocabulary of modeling and computational  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.08-06-0034 pmcid:PMC2527975 fatcat:vw37blinxvgtbom4e3x6akldou

The Centennial Patient Care Program: binding patient, student, and clinician-teacher in a learning triad

J A Kruper, T M Jones
1993 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
The University of Chicago is building a technology-based clinical environment to provide a longitudinal experience for patients and medical students.  ...  medical students in outpatient medicine; fostering primary care as a career choice; and using medical informatics as a tool rather than as an end in itself.  ...  This in turn would provide a more meaningful context in which to learn more about diabetes.  ... 
pmid:8130577 pmcid:PMC2850675 fatcat:pqjoffvmqrg7vat5gk4wlvhe74

Illustrative Visualization for Medicine and Science [article]

I. Viola, M. C. Sousa, D. Ebert, B. Andrews, B. Gooch, C. Tietjen
2006 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
We begin with a lecture presenting an overview of traditional illustration in technical, science, and medical subjects followed by a description of the main components in a NPR pipeline for developing  ...  Following lectures describe the latest techniques in computerized illustration algorithms for scientific and medical data for both surface and volumetric data, covering techniques from silhouette enhancement  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank nVidia for their support in providing the graphics hardware.  ... 
doi:10.2312/egt.20061068 fatcat:kg7oqtpignftxnupmjakhbiqbi


Elena A. Bugreeva
2021 Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes  
The findings may be interesting for the faculty engaged in synchronous and asynchronous e-learning and instructional designers creating online courses.  ...  Apart from a brief history of edutainment and infotainment, the research attempts to realize the nature of edutainment, specify the concept, and point out its advantages and disadvantages.  ...  It then enables teachers to identify the pedagogical place and purpose of their various app-based learning and teaching activities in the context of their overall objectives for the course, and with reference  ... 
doi:10.22190/jtesap2102169b fatcat:s5jfhu3zq5fhlifj5pk3baas3u

He Knows the Words But Not the Music

Howard Wainer
1986 Contemporary Psychology  
In the modern age of widely available computers and statistical packages, teaching a student how to do a particular kind of analysis seems less important than teaching what to do and why.  ...  For example, Senach also addresses graphical dialogues, but here the author has done a case study of expert operators in the control room of the Paris Metro to determine how faulty mental models of the  ... 
doi:10.1037/024152 fatcat:yvhte7mtgrccnihd2k5s446dj4

T cells in rheumatoid arthritis

F. C. Breedveld, C. L. Verweij
1997 Rheumatology  
In the San Francisco Medical Center, a computerized flow sheet summarizing care was generated by computer for patients attending a rheumatology clinic.  ...  What has not been demonstrated in the last 10 yr is the feasibility or desirability of a fully computerized medical record.  ... 
doi:10.1093/rheumatology/36.6.617 pmid:9236668 fatcat:bm5me5qyirfybjh5do4ferpi3m

Improving rheumatology with electronic communication

S. M. Griffith, M. F. Shadforth
1997 Rheumatology  
In the San Francisco Medical Center, a computerized flow sheet summarizing care was generated by computer for patients attending a rheumatology clinic.  ...  What has not been demonstrated in the last 10 yr is the feasibility or desirability of a fully computerized medical record.  ... 
doi:10.1093/rheumatology/36.6.619 pmid:9236669 fatcat:kuy5pokggjcxfjkluzykck7n4e

Engaging with plastination and the Body Worlds phenomenon: A cultural and intellectual challenge for anatomists

D. Gareth Jones, Maja I. Whitaker
2009 Clinical anatomy (New York, N.Y. Print)  
Von Hagens himself is a polarizing figure, pursuing his dream of "democratizing anatomy" with little regard for the conventions of academia.  ...  We conclude that anatomists need to face up to the opportunities and challenges posed by the Body Worlds phenomenon, utilizing what is being presented to the general public and adapting this in teaching  ...  Additionally, body part slices can be correlated with computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans for reference and radiological teaching.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ca.20824 pmid:19585569 fatcat:47q3m6iczfbrrozzhkl7nzkkee

Making sense of big text: a visual-first approach for analysing text data using Leximancer and Discursis

Daniel Angus, Sean Rintel, Janet Wiles
2013 International Journal of Social Research Methodology  
This article may be used for research, teaching, and private study purposes.  ...  The publisher shall not be liable for any loss, actions, claims, proceedings, demand, or costs or damages whatsoever or howsoever caused arising directly or indirectly in connection with or arising out  ...  Discursis automatically builds an internal language model from an input text (using a statistically based concept engine similar to Leximancer), tags each temporal unit (a single turn in the context of  ... 
doi:10.1080/13645579.2013.774186 fatcat:cekwpuab7ze7vjnzqhc52ehn3u

The educational offer in medical informatics and telemedicine at the engineering faculty of the politecnico di milano

F. Pinciroli, M. Masseroli, G. Tognola
2003 IEEE Transactions on Education  
Educational programs in Medical Informatics and Telemedicine offered at the Politecnico di Milano are described.  ...  The success in student attendance and in aftergraduation company acceptance is remarkable. Nevertheless in Italy we are now starting with a deep reform of all educational engineering programs.  ...  Within the persisting right requests of colleagues claiming for improved modalities, in the academic year 2000/2001 the Medical Informatics courses have been appreciated by the students in particular for  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2003.815235 fatcat:gjlayrbdwnag7bzurtgsq3ffei

Illustration-Inspired Depth Enhanced Volumetric Medical Visualization

N.A. Svakhine, D.S. Ebert, W.M. Andrews
2009 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
Inspired by traditional visual and line-drawing techniques found in medical illustration, we have developed a collection of fast algorithms for more effective emphasis/deemphasis of data, as well as conveyance  ...  Such effects usually highlight important features of the subject while subjugating its context and providing depth cues for correct perception.  ...  The authors also wish to thank the reviewers for their helpful comments in improving this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2008.56 pmid:19008557 fatcat:qvebcbeauvbptd5a6znozbq5b4

User controlled overviews of an image library

Chris North, Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant
1996 Proceedings of the first ACM international conference on Digital libraries - DL '96  
The computer scientists identified their primary usage as test data for image processing and computer graphics algorithms research.  ...  The medical users identified their use of the library information being primarily for learning and teaching gross anatomy and as a reference for radiology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/226931.226946 dblp:conf/dl/NorthSP96 fatcat:ey75fbczobd35n4fxdvuqnjtjm

Aptamers in Education: Undergraduates Make Aptamers and Acquire 21st Century Skills Along the Way

Gwendolyn M. Stovall, Vincent Huynh, Shelly Engelman, Andrew D. Ellington
2019 Sensors  
a traditional teaching lab setting.  ...  Within the context of the Freshman Research Initiative (FRI) at The University of Texas at Austin, students have used aptamer selection and development technologies in a teaching laboratory to build technical  ...  A or G) in the VDH 2.14 motif and the presence of a W (i.e. A or T) in aptamer clone 4-9.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19153270 pmid:31349595 pmcid:PMC6696043 fatcat:dmpwdpwmufehbaj362ihvpesvu

Abstracts of original contributions: Computer application program

Andrew J. Burger
1992 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
teaching at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center.  ...  For each main diagnosis the system assumes parts of the MSA asking the user to detail others. depending on the medical context.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0735-1097(10)80302-x fatcat:auf32istvnfthiycwwp5ri32jq
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