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SCTA Tracer: A Distributed Environment for Standardized Awareness Support Assessments

Christoph Oemig, Tom Gross
2012 2012 20th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-based Processing  
The result is visualized in a four quadrant system distinguishing illusive, ineffective, inefficient, and ideal systems.  ...  The Standardized Coordination Task Assessment (SCTA) and its tool the SCTA Tracer use freeze probes to query participants at specific points in time while working on a common task measuring and recording  ...  Acknowledgment We like to thank all people participating in the initial setup of the assessment and all reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions on earlier versions of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pdp.2012.98 dblp:conf/pdp/OemigG12 fatcat:552nizk3mjhlxh3pq5vxwgp53y

How to Determine the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Coordination and Awareness Support Systems

Christoph Oemig, Tom Gross
2017 Mensch & Computer  
Coordination and awareness have been research issues for many years. Effortless coordination and effective awareness support have been goals ever since.  ...  In this paper we introduce our approach that has the goal to determine whether a certain coordination or awareness support system actually improves a user group's coordination.  ...  Acknowledgments We like to thank all people participating in the original setup of our approach, and all reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions on earlier versions of this work.  ... 
doi:10.18420/muc2017-demo-0364 dblp:conf/mc/OemigG17 fatcat:gamzoxpof5fn7haqgbm6xmreza

Methodology to Characterize Ideal Short-Term Counting Conditions and Improve AADT Estimation Accuracy Using a Regression-Based Correcting Function

Miguel Figliozzi, Pam Johnson, Christopher Monsere, Krista Nordback
2014 Journal of transportation engineering  
They also serve an important social function and can help to build team cohesion and a task function in terms of coordination.  ...  Being aware of this tendency allows you to overcome it.  ...  Identify the five sources of power. Understand influence tactics. 3. Learn about impression management. 4 . Examine the impact of the direction of influence attempts.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)te.1943-5436.0000663 fatcat:zwqy7yuecngtjjrgwynimvxixa

Toward an Alternative Culture of Work: Political Idealism and Economic Practices in West Berlin Collective Enterprises

Mark Holmstrom, Birgit Muller
1992 Man  
Acknowledgments xi Acknowledgments The research on which this book is based was supported financially by a St. John' s Colleg e scholarship.  ...  They often feel acutely disappointed by the collective lifestyle and daim that the idea of mutual support was only an illusion. Their interests turn to assuring their own material future.  ...  The founders of Bloch und Partner agree with this assessment.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2804092 fatcat:z2tthwuu2betph7blzbapglhr4

The Structural Impediments to Human Service Collaboration: Examining Welfare Reform at the Front Lines

Jodi Sandfort
1999 Social Service Review  
In spite of dramatically different organizational settings, frontline staff in both sectors draw on the same sources of evidence, that is, past relations, daily experiences, and client stories, when assessing  ...  Volumes have been written about the importance of increasing human service coordination, collaboration, and service integration to improve the quality and availability of social services for children and  ...  Such structures support or impede interorganizational coordination and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1086/514426 fatcat:l7oubfe72bgqfendkhn2pqhz7i

Compliance and corporate anti-money laundering regulation

Pietro Pavone, Francesco Parisi
2018 Journal of Governance and Regulation  
violation of rules of law, internal rules, self-regulation standards and codes of conduct.  ...  The penalty shall also apply when the characterized by greater awareness of activities of risk mitigation.  ... 
doi:10.22495/jgr_v7_i2_p1 fatcat:jhebk7gn7nenvjs76sv4rvblfa

Paying attention behind the wheel: a framework for studying the role of attention in driving

Lana M. Trick *, James T. Enns, Jessica Mills, John Vavrik
2004 Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science  
This framework also has clear implications for the differential crash literature and the study of automated systems that support or replace functions of the driver.  ...  displays, fatigue, rumination, and secondary tasks such as phone conversations.  ...  Acknowledgements This project was funded by a grant from the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (the Strategic Monitoring and Assessment of Research on Transportation program).  ... 
doi:10.1080/14639220412331298938 fatcat:khppqvk3irfj7ivzxrij7tnqxm

Treating Neurovisual Deficits and Spatial Neglect [chapter]

Georg Kerkhoff, Gilles Rode, Stephanie Clarke
2021 Clinical Pathways in Stroke Rehabilitation  
Assessment of Neglect and Associated Disorders Assessments should include a visual scanning or exploration task (i.e. crossing out numbers or lines or bells), a standardized text reading task, horizontal  ...  participants) showed that most studies evaluate the effect of rehabilitation on standardized assessment tests; 15 studies assessed the impact on activities of daily living immediately after rehabilitation  ...  You do not have permission under this license to share adapted material derived from this chapter or parts of it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58505-1_11 fatcat:4xm52phgafd6ffxqw4frlmt44a

An Analyses of the Institution of the Catholic Church from the Perspective of New Institutional Economics and as a 'Carrier of History' (David, 1994) in the Handling and Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse, Given its Role as a Social Institution within Wider Irish Society

Elaine Mary Buckley
2010 Social Science Research Network  
This paper surveys the relevant body of literature and applies it directly to the problem of the lack of reporting of and the improper handling of child sexual abuse by the Catholic Church, given its role  ...  This paper analyses the institution of the Catholic Church from the perspective of new institutional economics and as a "carrier of history" (David, 1994) .  ...  , most participating clergy reported that their initial awareness of clerical sexual abuse was raised through the media. 49 This points to possible inefficiencies in the code which possibly moulded a culture  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1653945 fatcat:2p5xuhzsljdirh6mgvwjarnvae

Optimizing performance through intrinsic motivation and attention for learning: The OPTIMAL theory of motor learning

Gabriele Wulf, Rebecca Lewthwaite
2016 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
Much theorizing over the past few decades has focused on how certain practice conditions affect the processing of task-related information to affect learning.  ...  We speculate that enhanced expectancies and an external focus propel performers' cognitive and motor systems in productive "forward" directions and prevent "backsliding" into self-and non-task focused  ...  have a beneficial effect on learning, even if that device in and of itself is relatively ineffective.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-015-0999-9 pmid:26833314 fatcat:cty3pzwd6jbxzibzcu2ja3lupq

Free Speech as Risk Analysis: Heuristics, Biases, and Institutions in the First Amendment

Paul Horwitz
2003 Social Science Research Network  
assessment of risk.  ...  MAKING 131-44 (1993) (listing standard heuristics and biases and concluding that such biases underline fallibility of probability and risk assessments). 12.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.414940 fatcat:itntig72urcf3myxitjuealmga

Real existing ideals: East Germany and the socialist imaginary 1945-1991

Alexander Petrusek
ideals of, and d [...]  ...  in East German history.This work focuses on five specific case studies of ideal practice in this broader development of East German and socialist history.  ...  As Ulbricht and his supporters repeatedly called for research groups to develop and coordinate their work, this led to a cycle of planning assessment, practice, and reassessment actually far more complex  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-0mg0-z439 fatcat:baeciucqnzg2xoxgymw3vcdz4e


2021 Issues in Information Systems  
The company considered its unique situation ideal to manage cyber risks.  ...  Through his consulting work with utilities, Ken had the opportunity to witness the evolution of the process of compliance over the past decades.  ...  Increased awareness has driven conversations about the importance of being compliant with current cybersecurity standards.  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2021_10-50 fatcat:brxp3ykqgjhgjitbzygn32kujy

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Virtual Conference June 11–12, 2020

2020 Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (JSEP)  
The FGA comprises 10 tasks that assess locomotion, balance, and coordination.  ...  These results suggest women's body awareness and perception of their body as an object rather than as an effective instrument may lead to inefficient motor performance.  ...  A lack of support, personal factors (e.g., physical and psychological side effects), and a lack of detailed exercise information were also reported as barriers.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jsep.2020-0172 fatcat:7ap7mzw3rfcf5f5jfqwzhruj4y

Performance Improvement in Surgery

Rodrigo F. Alban, Emily C. Anania, Tara Cohen, Peter J. Fabri, Bruce L. Gewertz, Monica Jain, Jeffrey K. Jopling, Paul M. Maggio, Juan A. Sanchez, Harry C. Sax
2019 Current problems in surgery  
Each of these begins with a leader's honest self-assessment -if you aren't reflecting your true ideals, you will not be seen as genuine, even if the changes you support are correct.  ...  model supports these five competencies with three coordinating mechanisms: shared mental models, closed loop communication, and mutual trust.  ... 
doi:10.1067/j.cpsurg.2019.02.002 pmid:31155033 fatcat:szvvoyffb5fc7leg5g6er33dt4
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