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An experiment in scientific program understanding

M.E.M. Stewart
2000 Proceedings ASE 2000. Fifteenth IEEE International Conference on Automated Software Engineering  
The parsers will automatically recognize and document some static, semantic concepts and help locate some program semantic errors.  ...  These semantic parsers encode domain knowledge and recognize formulae in different disciplines including physics, numerical methods, mathematics, and geometry.  ...  This paper explains an experiment in representing, recognizing, and checking these fundamental scientific semantics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ase.2000.873678 dblp:conf/kbse/Stewart00 fatcat:vem7fq34mzdt7pioa6hl7uj2pq

Understanding Youths' Experiences in a Holistic Weight Management Program

Natasha A. Spassiani, Sarah Jeffery-Tosoni, Jessica Fraser-Thomas, Jennifer Kuk
2012 Journal of Youth Development  
The purpose of this study was to gain understanding of youths' experiences in a commercially available weight management program with a holistic approach.  ...  Participants engaged in a semi-structured interview exploring their experiences within the program.  ...  these programs, it is imperative to gain greater understanding of adolescents' experiences in these programs.  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2012.137 fatcat:7bnvjl4z7fafjivrlg5gz54f3a

Beyond the Program Year: Graduates Students' Understanding of How McNair Scholars Program Participation Impacts Their Experiences in Graduate School

Cristina Restad
2013 McNair Scholars Online Journal  
regards to helping them understand the -graduate student‖ role and to use that role to succeed in graduate school.  ...  This interview study explores McNair graduates understandings of issues they face in adjusting to graduate school and how McNair participation prepared them for addressing these issues.  ...  Their feelings about their experiences in the Program can help us understand changes in the ways they viewed themselves as students and how that accumulation of skills occurred.  ... 
doi:10.15760/mcnair.2013.88 fatcat:e5jkqembyvd3xlluo4paff2igy

Understanding the distinct experience of rural interprofessional collaboration in developing palliative care programs

Alesha Gaudet, Mary Kelley, Allison Williams
2014 Rural and remote health  
Understanding the process of how rural teams form and continue to function will help further the current understanding of IPC in the context in which these professionals work.  ...  To what extent are the seven elements of IPC representative of rural teams' experiences? Are there any additional elements present when examining the experiences of rural teams?  ...  Ways et al's 25 seven essential elements of IPC emerged as relevant and useful to understand the experiences of rural palliative care teams.  ... 
doi:10.22605/rrh2711 fatcat:dqj6jaxpdvciro3in7bm34jksy

Understanding Learners' Experiences of Simulated Person Methodology in an Athletic Therapy Program

Eva Peisachovich, Celina Da Silva, Natasha May, Michael Boni, Justeena Zaki-Azat, Raya Gurevich-Gal, Loriann Hynes
2020 Cureus  
Methods This pilot study uses an exploratory mixed-methods design to explore the experiences of 12 students enrolled in an athletic therapy (AT) certificate program that uses SPM.  ...  In tandem, this study and the larger SPM project are poised to provide an effective undergraduate education experience across various faculties at the pilot university.  ...  of the overall student body in the program, who were enrolled in the kinesiology undergraduate degree and were in the final semester of the 3-year AT certificate program at a Canadian university.  ... 
doi:10.7759/cureus.7194 pmid:32269874 pmcid:PMC7137649 fatcat:kxh6ihbgezhs5lz7clqzeaf6gm

Towards Understanding Information Systems Students' Experience of Learning Introductory Programming: A Phenomenographic Approach

Irene Govender
2021 Journal of Information Technology Education Innovations in Practice  
Aim/Purpose: This study seeks to understand the various ways information systems (IS) students experience introductory programming to inform IS educators on effective pedagogical approaches to teaching  ...  Reflective journals were used to allow students to record their experiences and to study in-depth their insights and experiences of learning to program during the course.  ...  Therefore, the aim of this research is to understand IS students' experiences in learning to program with a view to improve the pedagogy and support in teaching programming to IS students.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4782 fatcat:474j3fny6ff3rbnxjnrvywvfgq

Student Understanding of Meaning of the Experiment in the Genetic Recombination Experiment : Evidence from the Questionnaire of Students Who Joined a Summer Program at a University

Tetsuaki ITO, Izumi OHTAKA
2010 Journal of Research in Science Education  
of Meaning of the Experiment in the Evidence from the Questionnaire of Students Who Joined aGenetic Recombination Summer Program at aExperiment: University Iwaki Agricultural Upper Secondary School, Fukushima  ...  Tcenagcrs and biotechnology : Asurvey of understanding and upillioll in Britain .  ... 
doi:10.11639/sjst.kj00007111373 fatcat:nznhkopf2zdoxodhovomjhxxha

Training Experience in the US School Psychology Program: Understanding Asian International Students' Assets, Challenges, and Coping

Chunyan Yang, Chun Chen, Meiki Chan, Cixin Wang, Hua Luo, Xueqin Lin
2020 Contemporary School Psychology  
in the risk and resilience framework and used semi-structured interviews to explore the nuanced experiences of Asian international trainees in school psychology programs in the USA.  ...  The findings provide important implications for school psychology graduate programs in the USA to improve the training experiences and training outcomes for international students from Asia and other countries  ...  To date, no empirical study has been conducted to understand the experiences of international graduate students in school psychology programs in the USA.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40688-020-00320-x pmid:32934861 pmcid:PMC7483058 fatcat:66jmzw73ebg5dg62sfa6vyenwu

Using the five senses of success framework to understand the experiences of midwifery students enroled in an undergraduate degree program

M. Sidebotham, J. Fenwick, A. Carter, J. Gamble
2015 Midwifery  
Aim: the study aimed to examine the expectations and experiences of second and third year midwifery students enroled in a Bachelor of Midwifery program and identify barriers and enablers to success.  ...  Fifty-six students enroled in either year 2 or 3 of the Bachelor of Midwifery program in SE Queensland participated in an anonymous survey using open-ended questions.  ...  However, caring for women and Table 1 Using the Five Senses of Success Framework to understand the experiences of midwifery students enroled in an undergraduate degree program.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.midw.2014.08.007 pmid:25277735 fatcat:qddv6a6u6nh5tnknmcdmxh7xby

Effects of Experience Regarding the Movement of Celestial Bodies on Understanding of it by Elementary Education Program Students

2010 Journal of Research in Science Education  
Understanding of itRegarding rcgarding the movement of celestial bodies on t.he understanding of it by elementary education program students.  ...  group and the tower group in eithcr of thc factors of "direct experience of celestial bodies" and "lnterest in,' concern with school class." 6 ) 文 部科 学 省 : 「 小 学 校 学 習 指 導 要領 解 説 理 科 編 ( 平 成 20年 8 月 )  ... 
doi:10.11639/sjst.kj00007111421 fatcat:l3ozj6ato5fuxeeadchynas5ky

Understanding the burden in communication through a short-term education program with practical experiences

Tamotsu Imura, Yugo Narita, Michiko Nakai, Yuji Tanaka, Takemasa Ishikawa
2020 International Symposium on Affective Science and Engineering  
We aimed to (1) clear and dissolve the factor of burden in communication through students' understanding, (2) evaluate and maintain the effects of understanding this burden through practical experiences  ...  We designed and implemented a short-term educational program with practical experiences for students on communication support for patients with neurodegenerative disorders.  ...  In addition, we evaluated and maintained the effects of understanding the burden of communication through practical experiences by re-learning this program.  ... 
doi:10.5057/isase.2020-c000015 fatcat:ef5zq772izchdpxgcr3d7wkccy

Evaluation of an experience-based program to understand the concept of recovery among hospital-based psychiatric nurses

Aki Okamoto, Shizuko Tanigaki
2017 Journal of Human Behavior in The Social Environment  
The aim of the program implemented in this study was to promote understanding of the recovery in people with disabilities among psychiatric nurses working at a hospital.  ...  At least 3 years of clinical experience in psychiatric nursing was a requirement for recruitment. A total of 645 preliminary surveys were distributed.  ...  cooperated and generously offered their advice regarding program implementation and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10911359.2017.1349014 fatcat:rbrvwpai3ndptevqglt3xitatm

Understanding experiences of patients and family caregivers in the Mayo Clinic Care Transitions program: a qualitative study

Paul Y Takahashi, Dawn M Finnie, Stephanie M Quigg, Lynn S Borkenhagen, Ashok Kumbamu, Ashley K Kimeu, Joan M Griffin
2018 Clinical Interventions in Aging  
To learn from the experience of patients who have participated in the Mayo Clinic Care Transitions (MCCT) program and to understand the patient experience, we sought perspectives of patients, caregivers  ...  Investigators interviewed 17 patients and nine of their caregivers about their experience with the MCCT program. Eight health care providers described provider experiences with the MCCT program.  ...  Portions of the manuscript were published in abstract form in J Am Geriatr Soc. 2016;64:S68.  ... 
doi:10.2147/cia.s183893 pmid:30587950 pmcid:PMC6304078 fatcat:ioik6quc5ncczgrlkxqjwmse7q

Understanding perceptions of global healthcare experiences on provider values and practices in the USA: a qualitative study among global health physicians and program directors

Nathaniel Matthews-Trigg, David Citrin, Scott Halliday, Bibhav Acharya, Sheela Maru, Stephen Bezruchka, Duncan Maru
2019 BMJ Open  
low-income, refugee and immigrant patients, and improved and more engaged patient care; (2) reduced spending on healthcare services; (3) greater awareness of the social determinants of health; (4) deeper understanding  ...  Twelve participants completed online questionnaires (7.5% response rate) and eight participants (four survey participants and four additionally recruited participants) participated in in-depth, in-person  ...  Our analysis revealed that those who engage in global health work are deeply affected by experiences abroad, and in turn these experiences influence the way they practice medicine back home-even in the  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026020 pmid:30948593 pmcid:PMC6500299 fatcat:pwptnxoafjfvdgjolcspyi33o4

Understanding the Experiences of Rural Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Using a New DVD-Delivered Otago Exercise Program: A Qualitative Study

Arun Agha, Teresa Y L Liu-Ambrose, Catherine L Backman, Jennifer Leese, Linda C Li
2015 Interactive Journal of Medical Research  
These were followed by semi-structured individual interviews to gain an in-depth understanding of these experiences. An inductive constant comparison analysis of the transcripts was performed.  ...  Two small group interviews were initially conducted to explore the breadth of participants' experiences with the program.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Maryam Kiani for her assistance in peer reviewing our findings. This study was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Catalyst Grant: IAD-112237.  ... 
doi:10.2196/ijmr.4257 pmid:26272163 pmcid:PMC4705014 fatcat:4se6kcceqnccbavjsploa2chq4
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