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Architecting Attribution: expanding the scope of academic credit

Kristi Holmes, Nicole Vasilevsky, Marijane White, Matthew Brush, Lisa O'Keefe, Karen Gutzman, Melissa Haendel
2019 Zenodo  
We aim to develop a computable system to better attribute scholars for the work they do.  ...  In order to properly give attribution for scholarship, we need improved mechanisms for recognizing and quantifying these efforts.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is funded by the National Center for Data to Health (CD2H), grant U24TR002306.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3334687 fatcat:lb74wo2c6nhofchc5doq2ti6b4

Business Lawyers as Enterprise Architects

George W. Dent
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Treating both necessitates a course with many credit hours; at the law school where I teach the basic course gets five credits.  ...  in matters which are within the scope of the enterprise.").  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1264063 fatcat:atqs5guemnc7djezkocm7erw5a

How to Architect a Query Compiler

Amir Shaikhha, Yannis Klonatos, Lionel Parreaux, Lewis Brown, Mohammad Dashti, Christoph Koch
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Management of Data - SIGMOD '16  
This paper studies architecting query compilers. The state of the art in query compiler construction is lagging behind that in the compilers field.  ...  All query compilers known to us are more or less monolithic template expanders that do the bulk of the compilation task in one large leap. Such systems are hard to build and maintain.  ...  One dictionary is maintained for every attribute of String type, which generally operates as follows. First, at data loading time, each string value of an attribute is mapped to an integer value.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2882903.2915244 dblp:conf/sigmod/ShaikhhaKPBD016 fatcat:tlwazhetpna4pmmel7iscxmqfm

Blockchain for architects: challenges from the sharing economy

Richard Coyne, Tolulope Onabolu
2017 arq: Architectural Research Quarterly  
We look critically as the practical applications of the technology to architecture in areas such as the exchange of digital assets and the automation of certain types of contracts, as well as the metaphors  ...  Concepts of the sharing economy are gaining traction in retail, finance, business and law. What has it to do with architecture?  ...  His recent book is entitled Network Nature: The Place of Nature in the Digital Age (2018, Bloomsbury Academic).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1359135518000167 fatcat:vkcq2lvdungvvbbhjfiieekiay

An entrepreneurship education, training and support framework for South African architects

C. Vosloo, P. Vosloo, A. Antonites
2018 South African Journal of Higher Education  
While there could be many reasons for this situation, the absence of fitting entrepreneurship education, training and support for architects could be a contributing aspect.  ...  This article will report the findings of research undertaken to put forward an amalgamated education and training framework that has the potential to enhance the entrepreneurial functioning of South African  ...  of personal importance and greater design freedom. • The opportunity to perform the full scope of architects' services. • The lifestyle associated with working for oneself. • Working with likeminded colleagues  ... 
doi:10.20853/32-5-2634 fatcat:jx7mqzrkf5fmdm7l6cifj47ttu

The Ottoman-Turkish House According to Architect Sedad Hakkı Eldem

Serena Acciai
2017 ABE Journal  
Légende Plan and view of the “Summer Arbor”. Crédits Source: Sedad H.  ...  His family background, along with his status as an intellectual straddling two worlds, allowed him to apprehend the geographical scope of the diffusion of the Ottoman house type.  ... 
doi:10.4000/abe.3676 fatcat:zt7u5f2nmvaxpolaxcx3245pjq

Nobel Laureate Robert E. Lucas, Jr.: Architect of Modern Macroeconomics

V. V Chari
1998 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
., was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. This review places Lucas' work in a historical context and evaluates the effect of this work on the economics profession.  ...  Economists today routinely analyze systems in which agents operate in complex probabilistic environments to understand interactions about which the great theorists of an earlier generation could only speculate  ...  It makes the point that anticipations of an investment tax credit, while the proposed credit is moving through the political process, may induce firms to postpone investments and, thereby, may accentuate  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.12.1.171 fatcat:kzpgyyko6bhrrp42xe3bmijbka

Multi-attribute optimization-based system decomposition considering several value chain stakeholder perspectives

Eun Suk Suh, Kaushik Sinha, Jaemyung Ahn
2020 Research in Engineering Design  
The final architecture of a complex system reflect preferences of several value chain stakeholders on system attributes, also called "ilities".  ...  Owing to differences in their individual roles and responsibilities, different stakeholders prefer different approaches to architect and decompose a system to optimize their attributes of interest.  ...  In terms of the modularity, several modularity metrics have been developed owing to the industrial and academic interest in system modularity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00163-020-00342-9 fatcat:e6hn24xzbnf67g6cked4xleevu

Architecting and Developing Big Data-Driven Innovation (DDI) in the Digital Economy

Saida Sultana, Shahriar Akter, Elias Kyriazis, Samuel Fosso Wamba
2021 Journal of Global Information Management  
Drawing on a systematic literature review, thematic analysis, and using the theories of dynamic capabilities and market orientation, this research scrutinizes a systematic process for developing analytics-based  ...  The scope and challenges of digital transformation of business driven by big data.  ...  Afterwards, to represent the entire scope of the study in terms of depicting how big data analytics enables data-driven innovation, these search strings were accompanied with "value of big data analytics  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2021050107 fatcat:bc243z4narayxf2kr7tx5rdgie

Aesthetic Attributes of Museum Environmental Experience: A Pilot Study With Children as Visitors

Claudia Annechini, Elisa Menardo, Rob Hall, Margherita Pasini
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
The research project is a small pilot study of the restorative aspects of museum experience on children; these include the sense of fascination during the visit.  ...  definition of the aesthetic elements characterizing the "environmental preference."  ...  In the last 30 years, the concept of "education" in museums has been progressively expanded by museum professionals and academics to create a theoretical and methodological framework for interpreting learning  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.508300 pmid:33192758 pmcid:PMC7604523 fatcat:turs4mtixzeyjaoio2msund73a

Using Pre-Identified Attributes as the Critical Success Factors of College Leadership to Measure Candidates

Michael F. Frimpon
2012 International Journal of Business and Management  
A survey comprising the 37 attributes of The Leaders Attributes Inventory (LAI) of Moss was given to the students in a local university to determine their best 10.  ...  The selection of a school leader is a multi attribute problem that needs to be addressed taking into consideration the peculiar needs of an institution.  ...  Marshall is remembered best as the architect of the Marshall plan, the initiative that helped rebuild Europe and Japan after the Second World War.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v7n18p158 fatcat:q7d6pt5s35csdehpi2kaszhwea

Identifying Attributes for Expert Construction Project Managers in the Context of China

Xue Fei, Tareef Hayat Khan
2015 International Journal of Asian Social Science  
certain determining attributes.  ...  Then a survey was conducted on CPMs, with the respondents carefully chosen through conditional random sampling in the province of Shandong, one of the busiest provinces considering the construction sector  ...  However, in many cases, the profit must go through CPM because of the scope of authority of the contract.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.1/2015.5.7/1.7.407.418 fatcat:t5qhj3ivifbbxozyxxc4rgfgoa

LANDSCAPE, WELL-BEING, AND CONNECTION: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF CAMPUS ATTRIBUTES

Lori Pullman, Meri Beckham, Audrey Yamagata-Noji, Kyle D. Brown
2022 Zenodo  
Research questions were: (a) How do students perceive the campus landscape attributes?  ...  Researchers paint a bleak picture of students spending their academic careers struggling with stress, anxiety, and a lack of belonging.  ...  Scope of the Study This qualitative study strives to understand the students' perceptions of the community college campus's attributes and how those perceptions relate to their mental and physical well-being  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6611972 fatcat:aaurh6ke2zcjxcip6wgsqus2fu

On the Interrelationship Between Static and Vibration Mitigation Properties of Architected Metastructures

Ignacio Arretche, Kathryn H. Matlack
2018 Frontiers in Materials  
The enhanced static and vibration properties of architected metamaterials make them ideal candidates for multi-functional purposes.  ...  Extensive work on effective static properties of different architected materials have shown their ability to push the modulus-density design space, in terms of high effective moduli at low relative density  ...  Coming up with a simple power expression that describes the behavior of the frequencies of this mode is far more challenging than for the lower modes and escapes the scope of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmats.2018.00068 fatcat:iwww3nlstfcurkfwl7rodbfy6e

The Clash of Architects: Impending Developments and Transformations in International Law

Joel Slawotsky
2017 The Chinese Journal of Global Governance  
The world stands at the precipice of a transitional moment in the international law writ caused by the reasonable likelihood that new architects will be joining (and eventually supplanting) the present-day  ...  International law is not static and several of the new architects' customs and norms inherently conflict with current Western ideals. Will international law norms converge?  ...  Another potential new architect, India is also rapidly expanding its technological prowess.  ... 
doi:10.1163/23525207-12340025 fatcat:lpser2irtvfuhjp3x736tss5xq
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