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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The goal is to determine and present the actual underlying fault. Fault management is a complex task, subject to uncertainty in the symptoms presented. ... The paper concludes that the research and development of the two target fault management systems can be complementary. ... The author is greatly indebted to the Industrial Research and Technology Unit (IRTU) (Start 187-The Jigsaw Programme, 1999-2002) for funding this work jointly with Nortel Networks. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-46019-5_3 fatcat:3nizbbjohvh3ranie5ydswv4hy
Yet, not all software is developed by software professionals, and consequently, not as much research has been conducted that explores fault cause, discovery, and repair in software systems developed by ... In this exploratory paper, we outline research plans for studying the types of faults that domain experts encounter when developing software for their own research. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank the ICES faculty for their cooperation in our research. ...doi:10.1109/secse.2013.6615106 dblp:conf/icse/HendersonP13 fatcat:fpoq7ivmazga3nnj2gdr6xh2je
Findings suggest that manufacturing companies would welcome the introduction of micro-blogging into NPD and view it as an opportunity to engage on a more personal level with current and potential customers ... However, its application, particularly for capturing online consumer conversations for product conceptualisation and idea generation, is limited and rarely acknowledged. ... What tools or system integration would need to be put in place to allow you to utilise micro-blogging? What costs to do you believe would be associated with the implementation of micro-blogging? ...doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.10.079 fatcat:gshnznyaozhw3cx2cgq3d3jk74
Personal experience was more often reported as a reason for risk reduction than formal prevention advice. Risks for injury were not isolated from other risks faced. ... manage risks rather than avoid dangers. ... We are grateful to Professor Judith Allsop, for comments on the first draft; to Ilona Aitsilarbi, who set up, facilitated, and transcribed three of the focus groups; to the teachers, head teachers, and ...doi:10.1136/ip.4.1.14 pmid:9595326 pmcid:PMC1730331 fatcat:kevklkjuv5gj7mwsnwos3rvj3i
Arthur's Home Magazine
Spencer came to the res it would not be to the young desire you should keep it from Her mother’s remark different light. ... She might never have so good a chance again, as Ella said, and it would be a very delightful thing to have a lover, and be the dearest, sweetest, most precious thing in all the world to him. ...
), and to ascertain what is likely to be the 'norm' in this particular genre (i.e., OCRs) and for the particular Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP, henceforth) (i.e., guests and hosts interacting in ... Information is also obtained from what is not said, which creates the implicature of dissatisfaction. ... 2008 in positive reviews, vis-à-vis lukewarm and negative evaluations, so as to know what is likely to be the norm of appropriateness in each case, and how guests manage polite, politic and impolite ...doi:10.22363/2687-0088-2019-23-4-1088-1108 fatcat:qd4ryaho6nbvlcuefxubj5cthe
Mamma does not not always easy, but once in a talking mood, she | find it easy to manage for us all.” would rattle on to any one, old or young, about more oe Oh, you silly Loo! ... CHAPTER L ‘how natural it was for people to notice Ethel, for HAT is all very well; but did you ever | her own sake, whatever she happened to wear. It is wear a dress of pink and green? ...
Journal of Education
It might not be long before the world is actually quarreling with the rest of the universe about what belongs to it. ... ‘What is this last kind of air pocket?” you ask. It’s bad companions. We meet a fellow on the street and he seems like a mighty fine guy. We start as- sociating with him. ...doi:10.1177/002205742109401115 fatcat:ptgxaftcojciphxkgknrzwrfy4
New England Farmer; A Monthly Journal
I would like to know what is the cause, and what would prevent it. YounGa FARMER. Candia, N. H., Sept., 1859. | ‘gard for this rule of action. ... The extent of space which we have indicated— | one-eighth of an acre—will be quite likely to af-| ford you as much of an exercise or amusement, as you will desire for the first experiment. ...
When you realize how constantly and by how many eyes the teacher’s face is scanned from day to day you must reafize how much it is to be desired that this face should possess nobility, winsomeness, refinement ... What more effective way is there to brighten a room than to put a handsome woman in it as the centre of attraction? You smile at this. That’s the odd thing about our people. ...
It is probably fortunate for most plant engineers that their retention does not depend on their reports to the plant manager. If it did, it would be just too bad for some of us. ... The first thing a manager will say when asked for a raise in salary is, “What makes you feel that you are worth more money?” The applicant will usually be stumped right there. ...
Give me what- ever is fair to live upon.” « And what might you consider fair?” ... They were very like each other, these two men, like enough to be taken for father and son. ...
What réle am I playing here? I am interfering as little as I can manage: and it is not true that I want Marthe to win. ... The older one knows this and allows it, but by no means like some- one who submits: rather like a chief who condescends to exploit the initiative of an inferior. What will come of it all? ...
Golden Hours. a Magazine for Sunday Reading
she felt ready to ery, ready to are in! I fear you don't know how to} do anything but allow herselfin fault ; it was | the chimney, the stove, the servant,—for | “ Not know how to manage!” ... kitchen—“ why, femme, what a state you | manage that fofager.” ...
It is estimated that between 3 and 15% of patients have a negative experience of psychotherapy, but little is understood about this. ... Aims The aim of this study was investigate the factors associated with patients' negative therapy experiences. ... Acknowledgements This research was funded by the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) under its Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme (Grant PB-PG-0408-15144). ...doi:10.1080/10503307.2017.1393575 pmid:29078740 fatcat:lulrcpmpdjfg7hef5f4c3oinri
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