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QuickDraw

Ben Stephenson, Craig Taube-Schock
2009 Proceedings of the 40th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '09  
This paper describes a new tool for introducing computer graphics and multimedia applications into first year, called QuickDraw, and our experience using it. QuickDraw provides an easy to use language and platform independent interface which permits students to create multimedia applications beginning with their first assignment in an introductory computer science course. QuickDraw has been carefully designed to avoid complex "magical" statements in order to setup, use, or tear down the
more » ... ia environment, making it an appropriate tool for use with students with no prior programming experience. As instructors, we have found that QuickDraw effectively engages students by allowing them to create visually impressive programs with minimal complexity, while continuing to allow us to effectively teach fundamental computer science concepts.
doi:10.1145/1508865.1508946 dblp:conf/sigcse/StephensonT09 fatcat:q3evu7eklneojdayaxxr5fm3za

Can We Avoid High Coupling? [chapter]

Craig Taube-Schock, Robert J. Walker, Ian H. Witten
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is considered good software design practice to organize source code into modules and to favour within-module connections (cohesion) over between-module connections (coupling), leading to the oftrepeated maxim "low coupling/high cohesion". Prior research into network theory and its application to software systems has found evidence that many important properties in real software systems exhibit approximately scale-free structure, including coupling; researchers have claimed that such
more » ... e structures are ubiquitous. This implies that high coupling must be unavoidable, statistically speaking, apparently contradicting standard ideas about software structure. We present a model that leads to the simple predictions that approximately scale-free structures ought to arise both for between-module connectivity and overall connectivity, and not as the result of poor design or optimization shortcuts. These predictions are borne out by our large-scale empirical study. Hence we conclude that high coupling is not avoidable-and that this is in fact quite reasonable.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22655-7_10 fatcat:vxr3hkeb2jasnav4vw7ws56qve

Seeding Strategies for Semantic Disambiguation

Annika Hinze, David Bainbridge, Rebekah Wilkins, Craig Taube-Schock, J. Stephen Downie
2018 Proceedings of the 18th ACM/IEEE on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries - JCDL '18  
Semantic disambiguation determines the meaning of words and phrases in a text, for which we use an automatically-generated Concept-in-Context (CiC) network. Words and phrases rarely belong to a single concept; disambiguation in Capisco relies on interplay between words that are in close vicinity in the text. Starting the disambiguation is a seeding process, that identifies the first concepts, which then form the context for further disambiguation steps. This paper introduces the seeding
more » ... m and explores seeding strategies for identifying these initial concepts in text volumes, such as books, that are stored in a digital library.
doi:10.1145/3197026.3203874 dblp:conf/jcdl/Hinze0WTD18 fatcat:3m5frlvceza65d5kn3qkx5yrjy

Improving Access to Large-scale Digital Libraries ThroughSemantic-enhanced Search and Disambiguation

Annika Hinze, Craig Taube-Schock, David Bainbridge, Rangi Matamua, J. Stephen Downie
2015 Proceedings of the 15th ACM/IEEE-CE on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries - JCDL '15  
With 13,000,000 volumes comprising 4.5 billion pages of text, it is currently very difficult for scholars to locate relevant sets of documents that are useful in their research from the HathiTrust Digital Libary (HTDL) using traditional lexically-based retrieval techniques. Existing document search tools and document clustering approaches use purely lexical analysis, which cannot address the inherent ambiguity of natural language. A semantic search approach offers the potential to overcome the
more » ... hortcoming of lexical search, but-even if an appropriate network of ontologies could be decided upon-it would require a full semantic markup of each document. In this paper, we present a conceptual design and report on the initial implementation of a new framework that affords the benefits of semantic search while minimizing the problems associated with applying existing semantic analysis at scale. Our approach avoids the need for complete semantic document markup using pre-existing ontologies by developing an automatically generated Concept-in-Context (CiC) network seeded by a priori analysis of Wikipedia texts and identification of semantic metadata. Our Capisco system analyzes documents by the semantics and context of their content. The disambiguation of search queries is done interactively, to fully utilize the domain knowledge of the scholar. Our method achieves a form of semantic-enhanced search that simultaneously exploits the proven scale benefits provided by lexical indexing.
doi:10.1145/2756406.2756920 dblp:conf/jcdl/HinzeTBMD15 fatcat:e4zfe4d4trboldud375etjv5wi

Introduction to the focused issue on the 2016 ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries JCDL 2016

Richard Furuta, Michele C. Weigle
2019 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
" • "Capisco: Low-cost Concept-Based Access to Digital Libraries," by Annika Hinze, David Bainbridge, Sally Jo Cunningham, Craig Taube-Schock, Rangi Matamua, J.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-019-00276-1 fatcat:7pc7nnzctve6fl4wotgffcfule

A portable graphics library for introductory CS

Eric Roberts, Keith Schwarz
2013 Proceedings of the 18th ACM conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education - ITiCSE '13  
THE QUICKDRAW MODEL The idea of using an interprocess pipe to drive a Java "back-end" process was originally suggested by Ben Stephenson and Craig Taube-Schock at the University of Calgary, who incorporated  ... 
doi:10.1145/2462476.2465590 dblp:conf/iticse/RobertsS13 fatcat:2uxgaecooncufctioo2nnshdcq

Members of the House of Delegates 1949

1949 The Journal of the American Dental Association (1939)  
Earle Craig, 8113 Jenkins Arcade, Pitts- burgh Victor Frank, 1800 Pine St., Philadelphia Fred Herbine, 230 North Fifth St., Reading L. E.  ...  Craig, Temple University, Philadelphia H. M. Crouse, 1002 Johnstown Trust Bldg., Johnstown Will Everhard, 305-06 Calder Bldg., Harris- burg |. W.  ... 
doi:10.14219/jada.archive.1949.0213 fatcat:o4x4e3n7ajaepbv3xob46etaue

Deafness from the viewpoint of the child and adolescent psychiatrist. 2: Social and emotional development, child psychiatric morbidity, significance of the family and social environment
Gehörlosigkeit aus der Sicht des Kinder- und Jugendpsychiaters. Teil 2: Soziale und emotionale Entwicklung, kinderpsychiatrische Morbidität, Bedeutung des familialen und sozialen Umfelds

E Kammerer, M Hütsch
Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie  
(1965) unter¬ suchte 48 Kinder im Alter von 9,6 bis 12 Jahren, die er in 3 Gruppen aufteilte taube Kinder aus einer Internats¬ schule, taube Kinder aus einer Tagesschule und eine Gruppe hörender Kinder  ...  Horbehinderungen ohne sichtbare Zusatz¬ behinderung die Situation dadurch kompliziert, daß diese zunächst "unsichtbar" sind Die Abfolge solcher Reaktionen ist vielfaltig beschrieben worden, z B als ini¬ tialer Schock  ... 
pmid:3050962 fatcat:c62o4fykevdufpodhiaxuv5oty

Veränderungen in Wahrnehmung und Selbstdarstellung der japanischen Kriegerklasse im Mittelalter

Philipp Nehrer
2020 unpublished
Diese Anschuldigungen fallen bei Yoritomo nicht auf taube Ohren, er entzieht Yoshitsune alle Titel und Ehren und lässt ihn schließlich von seinen Schergen umbringen.  ...  Transl. by Helen Craig McCullough (New York 1959), S. 6. abwechselten, 190 was zu Spannungen zwischen Kaiserfamilie, Hofadel und den Regenten führte.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.61351 fatcat:fsljchuqfbflvobxquspccjj5y

Krankheit und Behinderung : Heft 1 2017 interjuli. Internationale Kinder- und Jugendliteraturforschung

S.N.
2017
("Ich verlor mein Gehör mit sieben Jahren, aber taub bin ich nicht."  ...  Prominente Beispiele sind etwa David Smalls New York Times Bestseller Stiches (2009), worin der Kampf des jugendlichen Protagonisten mit Stimmbandkrebs geschildert wird, Craig Thompsons Blankets (2003)  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-143739 fatcat:yk33om4fhfdxti7r5qftvripda

interjuli : Zeitschrift zur Kinder- und Jugendliteraturforschung

S.N.
2017
("Ich verlor mein Gehör mit sieben Jahren, aber taub bin ich nicht."  ...  Prominente Beispiele sind etwa David Smalls New York Times Bestseller Stiches (2009), worin der Kampf des jugendlichen Protagonisten mit Stimmbandkrebs geschildert wird, Craig Thompsons Blankets (2003)  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-75903 fatcat:2j2wsblubffnlgawdh4afwg2iy

Die Intellektuellen haben das Wort

Lars-André Richter, Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin, Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin
2017
Nicht minder vernichtend fällt die Bilanz aus, die Craig gezogen hat: "Die Demokratie von Weimar hätte jeden Freund und Anhänger gebraucht" (Craig: 421), in der literarischen Welt habe sie wenige gefunden  ...  Sein Leben glitt ab, wenn er, der Taube, zu hören begann." Die zeitlosen, völlig unpolitischen Gegenstände der Ästhetik übersetzte er dabei in die Sprache der Musik.  ... 
doi:10.18452/15772 fatcat:s5yhppfhf5a3plfa7dzuwivnva

Wirtschaftswissenschaften Abkehr von der Ordnungspolitik?

Mindestlöhne
unpublished
Craig Karmin/Joanne Slater, Dollar´s Dive Deepens as Oil Soars. Power of Greenback Faces Severe Test, But No Rivals Loom, in: The Wall Street Journal vom 29. Februar 2008. Vgl.  ...  Stelle wiederholt bedient. 13 So hat er in seiner ersten öffentlichen Rede am Wahlabend die europäischen Partner beschworen, "die Stimmen der Völker zu hören, die beschützt werden wollen" und "nicht taub  ... 
fatcat:bunvkxzigrce5pj35f7fbuvyqi

Parotis-Antikörper [chapter]

2019 Springer Reference Medizin  
J Am Coll Cardiol 69(1):56-69 Shah KS, Taub P, Patel M et al (2015) Pro-Enkephalin predicts acute kidney injury in cardiac surgery patients.  ...  Methods Mol Biol 424:349-364 Litchfield WJ, Craig AR, Frey WA, Leflar CC, Looney CE, Luddy MA (1984) Novel shell/core particles for automated turbidimetric immunoassays.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48986-4_301286 fatcat:abnjv3ddgvhttekc5jmnx66kua

PAPP-A [chapter]

2019 Springer Reference Medizin  
J Am Coll Cardiol 69(1):56-69 Shah KS, Taub P, Patel M et al (2015) Pro-Enkephalin predicts acute kidney injury in cardiac surgery patients.  ...  Methods Mol Biol 424:349-364 Litchfield WJ, Craig AR, Frey WA, Leflar CC, Looney CE, Luddy MA (1984) Novel shell/core particles for automated turbidimetric immunoassays.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48986-4_301279 fatcat:keeysop5dzdolpkvub43st7kce
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