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Editorial: Humble Enough/Wise Enough

Gloriana St. Clair
1995 College and Research Libraries  
Grundstrom defined benchmarking as "the practice of being humble enough to admit that someone else is better at something, and being wise enough to learn how to match and even surpass them at it.  ...  Benchmarking is a difficult and relatively expensive method for improving processes and results. Careful internal planning and study are required before a successful trip can occur.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_56_01_5 fatcat:okeswijduzdz5eykq7kj2vdwfa

Is Two Enough?

Thomas Plank, Hans-Christian Jetter, Roman Rädle, Clemens N. Klokmose, Thomas Luger, Harald Reiterer
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
We observed that this is not the reality today, even when devices were in abundance.  ...  A quantitative and qualitative analysis revealed a "legacy bias" that introduced barriers for using more tablets and reduced the overall benefit of multi-device visualization.  ...  This question is highly relevant for our research in which we explore better support of collaborative sensemaking with multiple tablets in "bring-your-own-device" and "walk-upand-use" scenarios.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3025537 dblp:conf/chi/PlankJRKLR17 fatcat:cr3wx5ltfnhp5pqe4mf3bol5im

Feeling tense enough?

Iain M. Cheeseman, Arshad Desai
2004 Nature  
Cell division Feeling tense enough? Iain M. Cheeseman and Arshad Desai Accurately distributing half of each replicated chromosome to both daughters is a major challenge for dividing cells.  ...  This process is random, so some kinetochores fail to attach efficiently to spindle microtubules.  ... 
doi:10.1038/428032b pmid:14999271 fatcat:mvbv32zqhrd7pikzkyzc4tb6v4

Muscle alone is not enough

J Lyman
1979 Bulletin of prosthetics research  
This tolerance is quite understandable . Some regain for improvement in function is better than none at all . It is simply not practical to wait for " perfect" technology.  ...  This image permits all the processes of survival to take place by focusing needs and coordinating them with environmental resources, the global expectation being optimal fulfillment for the living system  ... 
pmid:454872 fatcat:dfvffz44tvglfcvwuq4s3tgdne

'Just Enough' Ontology Engineering [article]

P. Di Maio
2011 arXiv   pre-print
process, supportive of stakeholder management and implementation independence.  ...  This paper introduces 'just enough' principles and 'systems engineering' approach to the practice of ontology development to provide a minimal yet complete, lightweight, agile and integrated development  ...  What may well be 'just enough' for one project, may not be enough at all for another.  ... 
arXiv:1108.1488v1 fatcat:7rjhrtla2zfg7cxz6rkdcvq7na

Open is not enough

Xiaoli Chen, Sünje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Robin Dasler, Sebastian Feger, Pamfilos Fokianos, Jose Benito Gonzalez, Harri Hirvonsalo, Dinos Kousidis, Artemis Lavasa, Salvatore Mele, Diego Rodriguez Rodriguez, Tibor Šimko (+12 others)
2018 Nature Physics  
Furthermore, we acknowledge support for the DASPOS ( and Diana/HEP projects (  ...  Sharing data is not enough; it is also essential to capture the structured information about the research data analysis workflows and processes to ensure the usability and longevity of results.  ...  Focusing on data is also not enough: it needs to be accompanied by software, workflows and explanations, all of which need to be captured throughout the usual iterative and closed research lifecycle, ready  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41567-018-0342-2 fatcat:kl5m5vtwgjdp3fksxqe2ibcime

The Controversy Regarding Margin Width in Breast Cancer: Enough is Enough

Kelly K. Hunt, Benjamin D. Smith, Elizabeth A. Mittendorf
2014 Annals of Surgical Oncology  
With this approach, every patient will benefit, and we can agree when enough is enough.  ...  initial operation without the need for a return to the operating room at a later date. 3 This approach requires close coordination between surgery, pathology, and diagnostic radiology and may not be  ... 
doi:10.1245/s10434-014-3497-9 pmid:24473644 fatcat:d67qvvljr5czvnmo72ad7apzbe

No Workflow Can Ever Be Enough

Daniela Retelny, Michael S. Bernstein, Melissa A. Valentine
2017 Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction  
Is this due to a lack of imagination, or a more fundamental limit?  ...  The dominant crowdsourcing infrastructure today is the workflow, which decomposes goals into small independent tasks.  ...  This work was supported by the National Science Foundation (award IIS-1351131), DARPA, the Stanford Cyber Initiative, the Stanford Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, and a Stanford Interdisciplinary  ... 
doi:10.1145/3134724 fatcat:w5s2g6jxffeulgzmintm4ub3oq

Explaining Neurocognitive Aging: Is One Factor Enough?

Guido P.H. Band, K.Richard Ridderinkhof, Sidney Segalowitz
2002 Brain and Cognition  
We argue that neurological decay in the frontal cortex has important implications for cognitive control, but that the frontal lobe hypothesis does not capture the plethora of changes that characterize  ...  The classic distinction between generalized and process-specific cognitive changes with old age has reappeared in the distinctions between the frontal lobe hypothesis and more differentiated views of neurocognitive  ...  These authors interpret their age effect as a failure to maintain the activation required for coordinative processes. This means that the coordinative processes as such may not alter with age.  ... 
doi:10.1006/brcg.2001.1499 pmid:12139953 fatcat:dv6o7clhwrhvrjkwrh6mvxhoeq

Telos Is Not Enough

Jonathan E. Adler, Owen J. Flanagan
1983 Contemporary Psychology  
. @ Telos Is Not Enough Joseph F. Rychlak A Philosophy of Science for Personality Theory. 2nd ed. Malabar, Fla.: Krieger, 1981. 581 pp. $21.50 Review by Jonathan E. Adler and Owen J. Flanagan, Jr.  ...  No such argument is given. One simply wants to see some experiments that support and differen- tiate Rychlak’s view.  ... 
doi:10.1037/021893 fatcat:x2j5oog2bzcofd6h2ue5bosfae

e-Nav, Is It Enough?

Adam Weintrit
2016 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
Here, one leg is the technology itself; another is the procedure for how to use the technology (gained through testing and experience) and the final one is maritime education and training, both in the  ...  Implementing technology is like a three-legged stool: if any one leg is inadequate, the whole system fails.  ...  Is the concept of e-Nav is really enough for us and it is truly what we expect?  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.10.04.04 fatcat:o6kfvhndbjaxhltoz7dsiduwvi

If You Have Too Much Data, then "Good Enough" Is Good Enough

Pat Helland
2011 Queue  
While the result cannot support backward processing, which returns us to the source data, the resulting stew is really tasty. Building a heterogeneous product catalog.  ...  When messages are sent, they usually cross boundaries that can support distributed transactions; hence, the data is not transaction protected.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978862.1988603 fatcat:jpmyfx6r5jbsjay2li2ukqjsx4

"Good enough" pointing in pervasive computing

Joon-Suk Lee, Deborah Tatar
2012 2012 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)  
Explicit support for pointing is desirable to support complex reference tasks, but not all pointing mechanisms match all cases. Different tools entail different deictic behaviors.  ...  The needs for theories about when people profit from different kinds of support for pointing are current and large. We studied groups engaged in a highly coordinated, colocated task.  ...  The coordination we examine is that of coparticipation in solving a multi-player Sudoku puzzle, using technologies that provide different kinds of supports for pointing actions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cts.2012.6261071 dblp:conf/cts/LeeT12 fatcat:agl5sq5ebnhkxchtdfwv4ryrzy

Old Is Not Enough

Joseph M. Fitzgerald
1981 Contemporary Psychology  
intervention efforts into school crime. @ Old Is Not Enough John C.  ...  However, that is not what Morgan provides.  ... 
doi:10.1037/020041 fatcat:m36nqyh7sbhrpctg5cn2gebowy

Collaboration Is Not Enough

Margaret Weir, Jane Rongerude, Christopher K. Ansell
2008 Urban Affairs Review  
By analyzing efforts to create regional venues for transportation policy making in Chicago and Los Angeles, the authors show that vertical power is essential to building regional capacities.  ...  By analyzing efforts to create regional venues for transportation policy making in Chicago and Los Angeles, the authors show that vertical power is essential to building regional capacities.  ...  Figure 1 Start Dates for Organizations in Los Angeles and Chicago and Their Transportation Work Chicago Centrality and Power Scores Weir et al. / Collaboration is Not Enough 463 (text continues on  ... 
doi:10.1177/1078087408322590 fatcat:votodd5qijgcfbazhyxdw66gwu
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