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How Many Cooks Spoil the Soup? [article]

Othon Michail, Paul G. Spirakis
2016 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we study the following basic question: "How much parallelism does a distributed task permit?"  ...  that are due to the protocol from those that are due to the adversary scheduler, who controls the interactions between the processes.  ...  We would like to thank Dimitrios Amaxilatis for setting up and running, in the NETCS simulator of population protocols and network constructors [3] , the experiments for the evaluation of the expected  ... 
arXiv:1604.07187v2 fatcat:euogigkyxvcrzktjeo2fktj5iu

How many cooks spoil the soup?

Othon Michail, Paul G. Spirakis
2017 Distributed computing  
In this work, we study the following basic question: "How much parallelism does a distributed task permit?"  ...  Moreover, we isolate the symmetry that is due to the protocol (inherent symmetry) by focusing on those schedules that maximize symmetry for that protocol and observing how much symmetry breaking the protocol  ...  of the expected observed symmetry of the Count-to-5 protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00446-017-0317-z fatcat:j7z56u3rr5aydkhgqadiozm4nu

La Soupe

1876 The Aldine  
host to teach his cook how to make it.  ...  Many years ago ? during the wars of the last and ear lier years of the present century ?  ... 
fatcat:5psoqsxejvc55m757isqgps5ni

Soup and Savants

1872 Scientific American  
,--SOUP AND SAVANTS., The oid and familiar proverb" Too many cooks spoil the broth " 'Will have to be amended by substituting for the word " cooks" the word" doctors ;" at least, so it would seem from  ...  .. opinion as is an opinion," that the people will , continue to eat broth, no mat ter how many doc�orB try to spoil it.LEATlIER :��LTING--FACTS FOR THE' DETERlIrIINA TION OF THE QUALITY OF THE LEATHER  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican10261872-264a fatcat:rjcmyrj2mfelvbza4ielqfx5ri

Page 23 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 75, Issue 1942 [page]

1892 Leslie's Weekly  
“Too Many Spoil the broth.” d because _ they __=) Armour’s Extract. don’t a poor cook to rival 66 creations ” of the celebrated chef.  ...  Our little Cook Book tells how to use Armour’s Extract in Soups and Sauces—a different soup for each day in the month. We mail Cook Book free; send us your address Armour & Company, Chicago.  ... 

Page 212 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 77, Issue 1985 [page]

1893 Leslie's Weekly  
Lucy (contemptuously)—‘' Oh, yes; more than fifty.” | “Too Many Cooks | spoil the broth.’’ don’t use Probably because they —~ SHOE. cevritnen. Best Calf Shoe In the World for the Price.  ...  Our little Cook Book tells how to use Armour’s Extract in Soups and Sauces—a different soup for each day inthe month. We mail Cook Book free; send us your address. . S . +¢ « x J x a - lulaluce en’n?  ... 

Page 219 of Management Review Vol. 32, Issue 6 [page]

1943 Management Review  
One broader reason why processed foods do well in dehydration is that many are pre-cooked, and most pre- cooked foods rehydrate in three min- utes, compared with the 15 minutes to two hours uncooked dehydrated  ...  This process kills the enzymes or ferments which, if left to them- selves, survive dehydration and spoil the flavor of the food in storage.  ... 

Page 48 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 78, Issue 2001 [page]

1894 Leslie's Weekly  
“Too Many Cooks spoil the broth.’’ don’t use Probably because they Extract * BEEF Armour’s Extract enables a poor cook to rival the ‘‘creatiOns’’ of the most celebrated chef.  ...  Our little Cook Book tells how to use Armour’s Extract in Soups and Sauces—a different soup for each day inthe month. We mail Cook Book free; send us your address.  ... 

Page 897 of Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts Vol. , Issue 3728 [page]

1879 Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts  
art of cookery is imperatively required ; that it is necessary to know not only how to cook many dishes, but how to arrange a few ; that the best and most wholesome food is that which is well-cooked and  ...  is devoted to spoiling everything.  ... 

Page 226 of Galaxy Vol. 1, Issue [page]

1866 Galaxy  
Good broth, and therefore good soup, requires an even fire; you spoil the soup by boiling it fast for some time and then setting the soup-kettle on the corner of the range where there is not enough heat  ...  They were instructed how to march into the dining-room in military style, with the several courses in regular succession—the final injunction being, “ soup first, nothing until after soup.”  ... 

Page 96 of The Lady's Pearl Vol. 3, Issue 4 [page]

1842 The Lady's Pearl  
Do we have soup to-day ?”’ *¢ Don’t you see the pot on the fire ?”’ “Very true. But let me tell you, you spoil your soups by putting too many vege- tables in them.  ...  Now how many carrots have you put in?” “I’m sure I don’t remember. Must I count them now?” “It will be as well. Stop—lI’ll do it for you. I shouldn’t be surprised if there were half a dozen.”  ... 

Page 924 of None Vol. 37, Issue 1918 [page]

1893 None  
Our little Cook Book tells how to use Armour’s Extract in Soups and Sauces—a different soup for each day in the month. We miil Cook Book free; send us your address.  ...  HARPER'S 4 | “Too Many Cooks spoil the broth.’ Probably because they don’t use Extract “ GEE. Armour’s Extract enables a poor cook to rival the *tmeations’’ of the most celebrated chef.  ... 

Page 324 of Primary Education Vol. 3, Issue 9 [page]

1895 Primary Education  
The list grew rapidly, the “too many” who wanted to cook at once reminding us of the old law about “ spoiling the broth.”  ...  ., our principal, had paid us a visit in the morning, and after asking how many could spell “ soup,” had said that she should probably ask the same question in the afternoon.  ... 

Page 260 of Illinois Medical Journal Vol. 20, Issue 2 [page]

1911 Illinois Medical Journal  
Ask your doctor how to make cow’s milk like mother’s milk. Use no long-tubed nursing bottles. They are the lazy mother’s baby killer. Use no “suckers”; they spoil the baby’s mouth. and carry disease.  ...  Eat plain food and keep the mother’s bowels well open. Do not worry nor overwork if you can help it. It spoils the milk. Drink for the baby.  ... 

Page 218 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 78, Issue 2011 [page]

1894 Leslie's Weekly  
“Too Many Cooks spoil the broth.’’ Probably because they don’t use Extract °f BEEF Armour’s Extract enables a poor cook to rival the ‘‘creations’’ of the most celebrated chef.  ...  Our little Cook Book tells how to use | Armour’s Extract in Soups and Sauces—a different soup for each day inthe month. We mail Cook Book free; send us your address.  ... 
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