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Murphy Was an Optimist [chapter]

Kevin R. Driscoll
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and our healthy respect for Murphy, we added an RX fault-tolerance FPGA to block arbitrary noise on the inter-box links • During lab testing, an unconfigured TX FPGA created a stuck-at input to an RS-  ...  -The datasheet said that the power-on default was 50 Hz, which was an acceptable rate. -Because 50 Hz was acceptable, the software programmer did nothing to set the rate.  ...  that the compiler writer viewed the bits as an array and Fortran arrays always begin with 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15651-9_36 fatcat:m2ccrk42vbdbpmnjowk2hvku2e

Discrimination learning and judgment bias in low birth weight pigs

Sanne Roelofs, Floor A. C. Alferink, Allyson F. Ipema, Tessa van de Pas, Franz Josef van der Staay, Rebecca E. Nordquist
2019 Animal Cognition  
Optimistic or pessimistic interpretation of an ambiguous stimulus is indicative of a positive or negative emotional state, respectively.  ...  This was supported by comparable salivary and hair cortisol concentrations for both groups.  ...  is scored as an optimistic response.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10071-019-01262-5 fatcat:goqzciqpvzggli5fp6tvhzlewu

Page 1293 of Strategic Finance Vol. 21, Issue 20 [page]

1940 Strategic Finance  
An optimistic fore- 1293  ...  First, an optimistic sales aim is established, taking into consideration the present trend of business, the im- provement to be expected on account of remodeling of stores in the past year, and the additional  ... 

Judgement bias in pigs is independent of performance in a spatial holeboard task and conditional discrimination learning

Sanne Roelofs, Eimear Murphy, Haifang Ni, Elise Gieling, Rebecca E. Nordquist, F. Josef van der Staay
2017 Animal Cognition  
them stating that responses on the task used to assess emotionality should not be confounded by, among others, differences in learning capacity, i.e. must not simply reflect the cognitive capacity of an  ...  We found that optimism in the judgement bias task was independent of all three measures of learning and memory indicating that the performance is not dependent on the pig's cognitive abilities.  ...  All effort was taken to minimize the number of animals used and to avoid any suffering.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10071-017-1095-5 pmid:28508125 pmcid:PMC5486501 fatcat:tqpqp75rgvfrndmlyyevkt4ozm

Page 125 of World's Work Vol. 48, Issue 2 [page]

1924 World's Work  
The overwhelming defeat which Tammany suffered in 1901 was the signal that the old days had come to an end.  ...  Charley Murphy was the fourth of the big Tammany bosses, Tweed, Kelly, and Croker preceding him.  ... 

Page 332 of Green Book Magazine Vol. 10, Issue 2 [page]

1913 Green Book Magazine  
Howard asked, ' pushing Murphy’s belt back. ' “Name’s Red Murphy; occupation, tor; profession, optimist.” “Haven’t I seen you before?”  ...  He’s my safety valve and starts to work when I get too boisterously optimistic.” The others grinned, their amusement mingled with wonder at the sudden change that had come over Murphy.  ... 

Page 172 of AIDS Care Vol. 12, Issue 2 [page]

2000 AIDS Care  
Questionnaire An anonymous, self-completed questionnaire was used. It took approximately ten minutes to complete.  ...  Still others have documented a rise in unsafe sex, albeit in the main among small subsamples of optimistic persons (Adam et al., 1998; Kelly et al., 1998a; 1998b; Murphy et a/., 1998; Ostrow et al., 1998  ... 

Female and male pigs' performance in a spatial holeboard and judgment bias task

Sanne Roelofs, Rebecca E. Nordquist, Franz Josef van der Staay
2017 Applied Animal Behaviour Science  
Judgment bias, a cognitive measure of affective state, was subsequently assessed using an active choice judgment bias task.  ...  Both females and males displayed a slightly optimistic judgment bias. Optimistic choosing decreased with repeated testing for both groups.  ...  An optimistic bias was expected as the pigs were housed socially in an enriched environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.applanim.2017.01.016 fatcat:ttxgoy3oqvg5ddnkzezskh3vy4

Page 621 of Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1922 Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery  
” very optimistic view, to  ...  Kreuscher uses the Murphy method, in which the patient, except where there is an impaction, “is placed into a Travois abduction splint with a Buck’s extension on the affected limb of from 10-15 pounds.  ... 

Page 198 of American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Vol. 12, Issue 3 [page]

1925 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine  
It was probably for this reason that Murphy (1) became the staunchest advo- cate for administering pneumothorax in the early stages of the disease.  ...  that “if Murphy had been as good a  ... 

Page 40 of Pennsylvania History Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

1952 Pennsylvania History  
The newspaper reported: Bidding was lively and prices varied, the highest being $80,000 for lot 665 in Cherry Grove, next door to a dry hole.*® Oil men, always optimists, paid fabulous prices for drillable  ...  of the crude as usufruct.”° Murphy rushed his well down only to meet disaster.  ... 

Page 293 of The Journal of Negro Education Vol. 13, Issue 3 [page]

1944 The Journal of Negro Education  
GENERAL COMMENT This discussion may appear to be an overly optimistic account implying that we may modify attitudes almost any way, any time.  ...  PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES AND RACIAL ATTITUDES AGE or SUBJECTS In summarizing their review of the literature, Murphy, Murphy and New- comb” point out that, “In neither of the experiments where subjects were  ... 

Teachers' estimates of candidates' grades: Curriculum 2000 Advanced Level Qualifications

Debra Dhillon
2005 British Educational Research Journal  
of the comparatively unfamiliar standard at which this qualification was set.  ...  Analyses of required estimates to a British awarding body revealed that teachers' estimates of candidates' Curriculum 2000 A-level grades in the first year of awarding demonstrated an unprecedented degree  ...  , 1979 Murphy, , 1981 Petch, 1964) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/0141192052000310038 fatcat:5cee6ff6lvcg3m6wks5lip6mcy

Death of Distinguished Surgeon

1916 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Murphy of Chicago, at the age of 58, takes from American medicine the services of one of its leaders. Dr. Murphy was born in Appleton, Wisconsin.  ...  Murphy was president of the American Medical Association in 1913, and the same year was elected president of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of America.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm191608241750808 fatcat:ohddazrxzbbmbmpxvpmkfqb4ie

Research Requirement for PharmD Students

Frank J. Ascione
2007 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
One was enhancing the educational experience by improving problemsolving skills and providing an orientation to the scientific method of analysis.  ...  However, I am optimistic our numbers will increase as further evidence is created about the value of this educational focus in the workplace.  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj7106115 pmid:19503699 pmcid:PMC2690922 fatcat:prmzw5ezmremrbm6nh7a27haf4
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