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Memories of bug fixes

Sunghun Kim, Kai Pan, E. E. James Whitehead
2006 Proceedings of the 14th ACM SIGSOFT international symposium on Foundations of software engineering - SIGSOFT '06/FSE-14  
Furthermore, for the bug and fix pairs, it is possible to both detect the bug and provide a strong suggestion for the fix.  ...  Analysis of five open source projects shows that, for these projects, 19.3%-40.3% of bugs appear repeatedly in the memories, and 7.9%-15.5% of bug and fix pairs are found in memories.  ...  We especially thank Kevin Greenan and the Storage Systems Research Center at UCSC for allowing the use of their cluster for our research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1181775.1181781 dblp:conf/sigsoft/KimPW06 fatcat:xmeeb4tzqneizhlcswzh3jloq4

Deadness: Technologies of the Intermundane

Jason Stanyek, Benjamin Piekut
2010 TDR: The Drama Review  
He wrote a chapter on composer/activist Henry Flynt for the collection Sound Commitments  ...  Despite this early example, however, multi-miking took years to catch on in sound recording.  ...  a studio-seats were removed, the stage was enlarged, and control booths and repair shops were installed in the theatre boxes.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dram.2010.54.1.14 fatcat:ti5whndelfdirekjzeyf75mohq

Tango Lessons: Movement, Sound, Image, and Text in Contemporary Practice

Deborah Jakubs
2015 Hispanic American Historical Review  
Every time I opened a file, there appeared scripts for films that were never filmed, librettos for radio programs, and works for the theatre" (11) (2007) , published by Argentina's Ministry of Production  ...  One woman's hand pulls a hunk of meat into the embrace of her dance partner; one man's hand digs into his partner's bare back as if he were cutting flesh.  ... 
doi:10.1215/00182168-3161742 fatcat:5oteay7skvg7xnarexx2rqqevq

Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance NANOTECHNOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE NSF/DOC-sponsored report

Mihail Roco, William Sims Bainbridge
unpublished
Self-Directed Evolution If mind is program and data, and we control the hardware and the software, then we can make changes as we see fit.  ...  In another example, the driving force for support for a program for global change has been international participation.  ...  MAKING SENSE OF THE WORLD: CONVERGENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Jill Banfield, University of California, Berkeley Through t he c ombination o f ge oscience, b iology, a nd n ano-a nd i nformation  ... 
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Horses and Mules of the Canadian Artillery and Ammunition Columns during the First World War [article]

Samantha Lemna, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Patrick Brennan
2016
The evolution of the acquisition, training, and transport practices of these animals and men is examined.  ...  This thesis develops a narrative for the horses and mules of the Canadian artillery units and ammunition columns, while consequently expanding that of the soldiers serving alongside them.  ...  Patrick Brennan, for allowing me independence in my work while always being there to provide advice and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/26380 fatcat:jvevafxmjrcthf22zdabsli5jq

Ecological Safety and Economic Profitability of a Recreation Object in the Coast – Sea System
Ekologicheskaya bezopasnost' i ekonomicheskaya rentabel'nost' ob"yekta rekreatsii v sisteme bereg – more

I. E. Timchenko, E. M. Igumnova, A. S. Beskorovayny, Marine Hydrophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Sevastopol, Russia, Marine Hydrophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Sevastopol, Russia, Marine Hydrophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Sevastopol, Russia
2020 Ekologicheskaya bezopasnost pribrezhnoy i shel fovoy zon morya  
In computational experiments on the example of Sevastopol Bay, scenarios for the volume of recreational services, the level of marine pollution, penalties for pollution, and integral volumes of consumption  ...  The conclusion is made about the usefulness of such models for monitoring the level of environmental safety of a recreation facility.  ...  Multi-tier pricing structures are one possible solution. Multi-tier pricing involves charging different prices at different times or for different users.  ... 
doi:10.22449/2413-5577-2020-4-130-143 fatcat:j24l5jjqtrbtfilvceslsnca24

BYU ScholarsArchive

John Haggerty
1960 Historic Preservation in   unpublished
of L D S gothic revivalism and related that evolution to intellectual developments in the church one could not read the roberts report without acquiring a measure of respect for 123 mormon contributions  ...  in addition to the federal programs administered by state preservation agencies there are at least two state programs of importance one of these is the summer internship program which was begun in 1978  ...  block were homes and small businesses there were no vacant lots waiting to be transformed into multitiered multi parking tiered terraces so there were really only two options available to the developers  ... 
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Falling short: suboptimal outcomes in Canadian defence procurement [article]

Ian MacMillan, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, David Jay Bercuson
2018
Its simplistic structure serves as an ideal model for comparing three cases in Canadian procurement.  ...  Preliminary research for this study shows a connection between suboptimal results and the organizations and personnel that populate procurement processes.  ...  Kozak and Keagle note there was an evolution.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/33132 fatcat:t4cx5oe6gzbt3k7ujrhchbaqwq

The People's Voice: The Orator in American Society

G. Jack Gravlee, Barnet Baskerville
1981 Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature (RMMLA)  
Congressman Charles Ogle of Pennsylvania, opposing a $3,665 appropriation for repair of the White House, held the floor for three days with an irrelevant and mendacious harangue later published and widely  ...  They also have a unique potential for attracting huge audiences since they bring together for the same program the followers of both major candidates.  ...  The formal program, which included ten major addresses interspersed with freedom songs, continued for hours.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1347804 fatcat:aknvjpnexfe3tgbkixx5gvgoay

Kurt Hahn, the United World Colleges, and the un-making of nation [article]

Joshua D. Holland
2018
This dissertation is for my family: my sisters Sarah Diestler and Julia Forcier, and my mother Rita Holland, all in the memory of my father, David Holland.  ...  This dissertation is also for my brothers. You have had my back through so many years of adventure, risk, and now, in this case, completion. There are mountains beyond this mountain.  ...  It was a tipping point in the evolution of Hahn's evolution as an educationalist.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2cr5nx5b fatcat:k2q7odlda5ax7lm54bpkqff7na

The consumption of science and technology: Canadian atomic culture during the Cold War

Frances V Reilly
2008
allowing Library and Archives Canada to reproduce, publish, archive, preserve, conserve, communicate to the public by telecommunication or on the Internet, loan, distribute and sell theses worldwide, for  ...  Atomic Culture defines the multi-dimensional nature of the Cold War.  ...  Scientists, by making the atom "our friend" harnessed its awesome and unprecedented power. Our Friend the Atom was not the only product of Atomic Culture fashioned for children.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-7mcs-tz94 fatcat:urn6lgqainajjkdja5ain533ue

Fairy tale films: visions of ambiguity

2011 ChoiceReviews  
Tracie Lukasiewicz is a graduate of the University of Miami's film studies master's program.  ...  Kim Snowden is an instructor in the women's and gender studies program at the University of British Columbia where she teaches courses on feminist literature, fairy tales, and popular culture.  ...  Enchanted blatantly advertises Disney's "princess" franchise, a multi-billion-dollar business that sells toys, DVDs, dolls, and clothes for girls and women.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.48-3760 fatcat:zxzn2p35rnfvrfuyozg7la2ble

Atlantic Universities' Teaching Showcase 2006 Expo-Enseignement des Universités de l'Atlantique Proceedings / Actes Edited by / Sous la direction de

Allyson Hajek, Elizabeth Noseworthy
2006 unpublished
Acknowledgements As educators of students who plan to enter health or human service occupations, this experience affirmed for us the power and the benefit of real-life stories in the education of our students  ...  We believe that students' own real-world relevance can be harnessed for learning.  ...  For example, the following projects continued to make an impact on the community. A day care center playground was repaired and made wheel chair accessible.  ... 
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Worldviews and the American West: The Life of the Place Itself

James P. Leary, Polly Stewart, Steve Siporin, C. W. Sullivan, Suzi Jones
2002 Western Folklore  
To repair this damage we can't any longer take what we call Nature for an object. We must merge it again with our nature.  ...  "Since advance lies with numbers in the evolution of culture," he argued, "such dissident groups are condemned to fall backward, the faster for their coherence" (1969, 3) .  ... 
doi:10.2307/1500427 fatcat:eq5sny3s5ndpjblfbafglosluy

The targum (1977:Jan. 5 - 1977:Jan. 31)

No Name Supplied
1977
The newspaper, which originally was for sale, varied in frequency over the years as did its title (The Targum, Rutgers Targum, Rutgers Daily Targum, and Daily Targum).  ...  In January 1869, the Targum as we now know it, made its appearance as a monthly paper that concerned itself with student "literary contributions" and college news as well as serving as a vehicle for bringing  ...  If anything goes wrong with any component within 60 days, we'll either repair it for free in three working days, or give you a new unit.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-9ny2-5c69 fatcat:3jbtxr5tqzej3inmbluzvsh3pu
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