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Can development work describe itself?

Walid Maalej, Hans-Jorg Happel
2010 2010 7th IEEE Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR 2010)  
We discuss how work description information, in particular information used for work management, can be generated by observing developers' interactions.  ...  The goal of this research is to analyze the purposes of work descriptions, and find out if automated tools can assist developers in efficiently creating them.  ...  CONCLUSION Can development work describe itself? Our research shows several regularities in the way development work is described. We found work description include one of nine information entities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msr.2010.5463344 dblp:conf/msr/MaalejH10 fatcat:64kxc3cgbbflpcdrume66o7tnq

Nature itself

Andrew B. Kipnis, Raminder Kaur, Luiz Costa, Mariane C. Ferme
2021 HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory  
Will COVID-19 be contained or will it mutate more rapidly than our vaccines develop, as double, triple, and other mutation variants suggest?  ...  We can declare that it is only human nature to be cultural, or that the Anthropocene proves that human action is all too clearly part of nature, but we are still left with the question of where our own  ...  NATURE ITSELF  ... 
doi:10.1086/716917 fatcat:3asybavixrfgdavsmzyg2u5xbm

Higgstory repeats itself [article]

Alessandro Strumia, Nikolaos Tetradis
2022 arXiv   pre-print
FieldFigure 4 : 4 Figure4: Numerical evolution in Einstein gravity of the scalar bubble beyond the top of the potential described around eq. (21). We work in units in which h top = 1.  ...  In section 4 we explore related configurations that can be described as static black holes with Higgs hair, finding that they are unstable. Conclusions are given in section 5.  ...  This is similar to computing a vacuum-decay bounce, and indeed the solution also describes thermal tunnelling in a black hole background [28] .  ... 
arXiv:2207.00299v2 fatcat:ieq64esh3bem3ncetgptxxes2q

Poetics against Itself

R. Lane Kauffmann
1990 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
First, literary scholars working within the methodologies of linguistics can en rich that discipline's power to describe the production of meaning by including literary texts in the linguistic database  ...  of interpretation based on poetics itself ..." (130).  ... 
doi:10.1632/s0030812900176345 fatcat:uarm7n2ubbcnxhj565ylb62ste

History repeats itself

C. Mohan
2013 Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Extending Database Technology - EDBT '13  
In this paper, I describe some of the recent developments in the database management area, in particular the NoSQL phenomenon and the hoopla associated with it.  ...  Based on my more than three decades of database systems work in the research and product arenas, I will outline what are many of the pitfalls to avoid since there is currently a mad rush to develop and  ...  the people who did the prior work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2452376.2452378 dblp:conf/edbt/Mohan13 fatcat:d64qicopurgpzlauhmhucgvxli

Changing to stay itself

Helge Kahler, Markus Rohde
1996 ACM SIGOIS Bulletin  
People working in outsourced parts of an organization or in project-related teams tend to have strong relations to their organizational subunits rather than to "the whole thing" -so keeping the organization  ...  However, while on one hand small autonomous teams tend to "drift away" from the organization that their members belong to, on the other hand they are also part of it and thus can contribute to "organizational  ...  Furthermore, organizational learning is a process of development itself, because it always includes "learning about learning", that means how we learn and how we can improve and optimize collective learning  ... 
doi:10.1145/242206.242323 fatcat:fg7dnjgonre53i3siipcblwfy4

The Eye Sees Itself

Donnel B. Stern
2004 Contemporary psychoanalysis  
How can the eye possibly see itself? How can we conceptualize countertransference awareness?  ...  It is time to return to the unanswerable question that Levenson's work, and much else that came after it in relational and interpersonal psychoanalysis, seems to pose: How can the eye see itself?  ...  If one can accept such an argument-that there is some inviolate, nonsocial core in the self-one can work out the problem of countertransference WARNING!  ... 
doi:10.1080/00107530.2004.10745828 fatcat:lvcesk7p4ralxjxpgim6smudkm

'Money itself discriminates'

Patricia Jeffery, Roger Jeffery
2008 Contributions to Indian sociology  
Enabling people to help themselves to realise their vast latent development potential is far more important. So I place more emphasis on empowerment than entitlement. ...  ...  Empowerment can motivate people to take charge of their own well-being, whereas entitlement perpetuates the relationship of the government as the sole benefactor for the people, who are passive recipients  ...  , Money itself discriminates / 33 efficient and humanitarian in its provision, whether in relation to childbearing or schooling, policing or general development work.  ... 
doi:10.1177/006996670704200104 fatcat:udw23ylw2rfuzeijuxwd4l3q5a

History Repeats itself

JON'A F. MEYER
1998 Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice  
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice / February 1998 HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF: FIVE BASIC STAGES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRADITIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS The development of traditional legal systems can be broken  ...  Finally, indigenous peoples can assist one another with the development of restorative justice programs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1043986298014001004 fatcat:7wpngltaxza27bzxcdcqbh3bhy

History Repeating Itself

GEORGE W. KNORR
1910 Journal of Heredity  
year, various initiatives aimed at finding a sustainable solution to the issue of Rwandan replacement, as well as national unity and social cohesion, including but not limited to rhetoric and policy developed  ...  To do so, regional as well as international efforts are required to foster the dialogue that is fundamental for the return of the refugee, durable peace, security and development in Rwanda as well in the  ...  The myth of a Rwandan king who, according to the story, is the ancestor of Rwandans, can partly find itself here.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.jhered.a103052 fatcat:5fyxkyxrqrgldjpbfpklewy2ky

A Neighborhood Finds Itself

Nathan Glazer, Julia Abrahamson
1960 American Sociological Review  
It covers a period of almost ten years, beginning in 1949; it describes the development of the Conference from a small group organized by local churches and citizens, without a budget or staff and with  ...  RoBert DUBIN University of Oregon A Neighborhood Finds Itself. By Jutta ABRAHAMSON.’ New York: Harper & Bros., 1959. xiv, 370 pp. $5.00.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2088966 fatcat:empbgvito5befhfb3abyecmg2y

Mistletoe Parasitic on Itself

A. H. Curtiss
1878 Botanical Gazette  
The instrumenit as I have described it witlh a neat box , costs only fifteen dollars, and one dollar niore would add an extra, higher-powered lens, thus mlaking it equall to any work involved in analytical  ...  MISTLETOE PARASITIC ON ITSELF.-Tlhe Mistletoe (P7w7 adenzdr ontflavescen?s) abounds in Florida, where it may be found on nearly every kindl of tree.  ... 
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History Repeats Itself

1899 Scientific American  
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF.  ...  If the work 0 f such men as Gen. Wood at Santiago and Gen.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican10071899-226b fatcat:jwpnhhm76zawjif6uqadwssss4

Humor Repeats Itself

Irene Nye
1914 The Classical journal  
Howsanlott's guests in our Sunday supplements have no more harrowing experiences than he describes.  ...  Their classification can be illustrated from modern humor quite as satisfactorily as from Latin literature.  ... 
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A University Examines Itself

Walter Spearman
1954 Journal of Higher Education  
How can the research and committee work of the most interested and effective teachers be arranged so it can be available to teach Freshmen and Sophomores?  ...  We start with the fact that the whole American liberal-arts tradition developed in Colonial days to fit the upper-class eidolon of the cul- tured gentleman: this tradition has remodeled itself, more or  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221546.1954.11776129 fatcat:z7rnnjjqrje6xnnrjkb2dazg4q
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