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How far are we from the quantum theory of gravity?

R P Woodard
2009 Reports on progress in physics (Print)  
I also explain why some quantization of gravity is unavoidable, why quantum field theories have divergences, why the divergences of quantum general relativity are worse than those of the other forces,  ...  If we use q(t) to represent the position of such an oscillator its Lagrangian and energy are, Acknowledgements Quantum gravity is a strange land whose features have only been glimpsed by the hardiest  ...  How to observe a very weak interaction is not an unprecedented problem in the long history of physics.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0034-4885/72/12/126002 fatcat:em5mrnnggvhlfii4gw523qodgm

Early Detection of Security-Relevant Bug Reports using Machine Learning: How Far Are We? [article]

Arthur D. Sawadogo, Quentin Guimard, Tegawendé F. Bissyandé, Abdoul Kader Kaboré, Jacques Klein, Naouel Moha
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Bug reports are common artefacts in software development.  ...  Our work focuses on such approaches, and revisits their building blocks to provide a comprehensive view on the current achievements.  ...  [19] presented a "how far are we" study on the problem of history-driven build failure fixing. E.  ... 
arXiv:2112.10123v1 fatcat:a622vvcrwrhnbh2b5ues6cirjq

Synergy between Machine/Deep Learning and Software Engineering: How Far Are We? [article]

Simin Wang, Liguo Huang, Jidong Ge, Tengfei Zhang, Haitao Feng, Ming Li, He Zhang, Vincent Ng
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Finally, we outlined a road-map that we believe can facilitate the transfer of ML/DL-based SE research results into real-world industry practices.  ...  At the same time, however, we also observed a paucity of replicable and reproducible ML/DL-related SE studies and identified five factors that influence their replicability and reproducibility.  ...  failure [10] and generate a prioritized list of relevant bug-fix suggestions [11] .  ... 
arXiv:2008.05515v1 fatcat:bhngzoqabjeebpcuxuc4gfvfr4

"We are not a 'fix-it shop'": The writing centre as a uniquely configured learning space

Puleng Sefalane-Nkohla, Thembinkosi Mtonjeni
2019 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus  
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology's (CPUT) Writing Centre has endured stigmatisation as a "clinic", "laboratory", "fix-it shop", and "remedial agency for removing students' deficiencies in composition  ...  The research purpose is to determine how the CPUT Writing Centre is viewed by the students who make use of it.  ...  We are not a 'fix-it shop'": The writing centre as a uniquely configured learning space http://spilplus.journals.ac.za  ... 
doi:10.5842/57-0-807 fatcat:hybsqslx4jdfpkc3kjazayce7q

How Much Can We Trust Causal Interpretations of Fixed-Effects Estimators in the Context of Criminality?

David Bjerk
2008 Social Science Research Network  
While such fixed-effects estimators may be an improvement on basic cross-sectional methods, they are still quite limited when it comes to uncovering a true causal effect of the treatment on individual  ...  Researchers are often interested in estimating the causal effect of some treatment on individual criminality.  ...  history of heart problems).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1144201 fatcat:mkg3my5dgnbhjfnymryb3moosa

Remuneration: Where We've Been, How We Got to Here, What are the Problems, and How to Fix Them

Michael C. Jensen, Kevin J. Murphy, Eric G. Wruck
2004 Social Science Research Network  
One casualty of failure here is trust. And without trust we will have to pay more for risk. R-34. Encourage managers to build and preserve trust.  ...  How do we deal with the claim that we are penalizing him for success?  ...  The views expressed in this working paper are those of the authors, not those of the ECGI or its members.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.561305 fatcat:yxoboj5qizerxd2jovhfwn5ywq

How Much Can We Trust Causal Interpretations of Fixed-Effects Estimators in the Context of Criminality?

David Bjerk
2009 Journal of quantitative criminology  
While such fixed-effects estimators may be an improvement on basic cross-sectional methods, they are still quite limited when it comes to uncovering a true causal effect of the treatment on individual  ...  Researchers are often interested in estimating the causal effect of some treatment on individual criminality.  ...  history of heart problems).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10940-009-9073-y fatcat:xk5ikwxgpnanpiyo4yodnhtio4

Steve Slavin, The great American economy: how inefficiency broke it and what we can do to fix it (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2017. pp. 414. 9 figs. ISBN 9781633883055 Hbk. £21.99/$25)

Gavin Benke
2019 The Economic History Review  
ISBN 9781108428354 Hbk. £75) TALBOT IMLAY IMLAY Steve Slavin, The great American economy: how inefficiency broke it and what we can do to fix it (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2017. pp. 414. 9 figs.  ...  Also laid bare are financial problems arising from failure to attract tenants in some years.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ehr.12846 fatcat:h2daxs7ogvadjdfnyfh3pzh4bm

Fixing America's Founding

Maeve Glass
2020 Michigan law review  
Review of Jonathan Gienapp's The Second Creation: Fixing the American Constitution in the Founding Era.  ...  not only how fixed the rules appear to us now, but also which rules, and which version of America, we choose to remember when we look to singular moments in the past for answers to questions of constitutional  ...  Instead, we are invited to conceptualize the making of the Constitution as an imaginary game that takes place on an imaginary ball court. The newly ratified Constitution, we are told, is the ball.  ... 
doi:10.36644/mlr.118.6.fixing fatcat:lbp2hyb5m5grbov6mwocu7m3na

Introduction: can we make American democracy work? [chapter]

Melody C. Barnes, Corey D.B. Walker, Thad M. Williamson
2020 Community Wealth Building and the Reconstruction of American Democracy  
While it is plausible to portray these failures as a failure of political leadership, we believe there is a deeper, structural crisis afflicting American democracy.  ...  Martin Luther King, Jr., "Where do we go from here?" (King, 1967) . Americans are frustrated by the inability of democracy to deliver.  ... 
doi:10.4337/9781839108136.00008 fatcat:eh5vfxvut5au7gutmnec75xgmm

BugSwarm: Mining and Continuously Growing a Dataset of Reproducible Failures and Fixes [article]

David A. Tomassi, Naji Dmeiri, Yichen Wang, Antara Bhowmick, Yen-Chuan Liu, Premkumar Devanbu, Bogdan Vasilescu, Cindy Rubio-González
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Large, diverse, realistic datasets of durably-reproducible faults and fixes are vital to good experimental evaluation of approaches to software quality, but they are difficult and expensive to assemble  ...  If we can identify and archive failing and subsequent passing runs, the containers will provide a substantial assurance of durable future reproducibility of build and test.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Christian Bird, James A. Jones, Claire Le Goues, Nachi Nagappan, Denys Poshyvanyk, Westley Weimer, and Tao Xie for early feedback on this work.  ... 
arXiv:1903.06725v2 fatcat:cogw7xturbbwrgssbazgztsgyu

We Are What We Collect, We Collect What We Are: Archives and the Construction of Identity

Elisabeth Kaplan
2000 The American Archivist  
Archivist5 should be cognizant of this fact because they are major players in the business of identity politics, whether they are conscious of it or not.  ...  The consequences were quite real and far-reaching, the potential for disaster quite Schruartr, I,esterSegal, and Megan Sniffin-Marin08 all of whom read and commented on this work in its uariou.~ stages  ...  If ethnic (or national, or gender, or local, etc.) groups are "real" when we try to document them, ape they not real, fixed, immutable to their detractors?  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.63.1.h554377531233l05 fatcat:rkhj6k7udrcdjj2qthk7zk7bve

Price-Fixing and Planned Economy

Jacques, Robert Lacour-Gayet
1951 The American journal of economics and sociology  
The history of modern times vindicates his judgment. Price-Fixing and Planned Economy Failure of Regimentation Dm THE EXECUTIONER SUCCEED?  ...  ., and their list goes only as far as 1926. How much patience they would need if they tried to bring it up-to-date!  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1536-7150.1951.tb00066.x fatcat:3nley7yllbes3pzxxe76ejzgba

Beyond the quick fix:

Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, Katharina Balazs
1998 European Management Journal  
They need to create pride in the organization's history but also point out how this pride in tradition can anchor the organization to the past.  ...  We have observed how corporate change, similarly to personal change, often starts with a state of turmoil.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0263-2373(98)00037-1 fatcat:v4qng5mobjespmkjxtyo5ghk64

Antitrust and Innovation: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Going

Herbert J. Hovenkamp
2012 Social Science Research Network  
MEURER, PATENT FAILURE: HOW JUDGES, BUREAUCRATS, AND LAWYERS PUT INNOVATORS AT RISK 46-72 (2008). 4 See Christina Bohannan, Reclaiming Copyright, 23 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT.  ...  ANTITRUST AND INNOVATION: WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE SHOULD BE GOING HERBERT HOVENKAMP* The primary purpose of antitrust law is to promote competition.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1611265 fatcat:we7rdxshcbfxjpkmul653nqs2i
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