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Seeing the project

William Hart-Davidson
2003 Proceedings of the 21st annual international conference on Documentation - SIGDOC '03  
patterns during the lifecycle of a project.  ...  All communication events for each team are recorded and analyzed to produce displays that show how well-coordinated each team was throughout the project.  ...  project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/944868.944875 dblp:conf/sigdoc/Hart-Davidson03 fatcat:vvge4c6dijd6taz2f2wkrnodbi

Seeing the project

William Hart-Davidson
2003 Proceedings of the 21st annual international conference on Documentation - SIGDOC '03  
patterns during the lifecycle of a project.  ...  All communication events for each team are recorded and analyzed to produce displays that show how well-coordinated each team was throughout the project.  ...  project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/944873.944875 fatcat:kt4aa6wlnvd6jbfuxqpcnufjmu

Enabling the blind to see gestures

Francis Quek, Francisco Oliveira
2013 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Mathematics instruction and discourse typically involve two modes of communication: speech and graphical presentation.  ...  For the communication to remain situated, dynamic synchrony must be maintained between the speech and dynamic focus in the graphics.  ...  For that, the speed of interaction and the capacity of our technology to assist communication between a seeing instructor and SBVI are critical.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2442106.2442110 fatcat:ndikoihz2rclrfx5ryoab7gaaq

Team Collective Intelligence in Dynamically Complex Projects—A Shipbuilding Case

Morten Juel Hansen, Hajnalka Vaagen, Kim van Oorschot
2020 Project Management Journal  
We conducted an exploratory study of a large, dynamically complex project in which team members had a record of "good problem-solving abilities."  ...  The study revealed how the team members demonstrated a collective ability to swiftly handle emergent issues, which again decreased the intensity of time and performance pressure.  ...  an in-depth study of the unfolding of events during the project.  ... 
doi:10.1177/8756972820928695 fatcat:xulqo5aa65cfbmoxjo4qwtwmxi

The RoCKIn Project [chapter]

Pedro U. Lima
2017 RoCKIn - Benchmarking Through Robot Competitions  
methods for scoring and benchmarking that allow to assess both particular subsystems as well as the integrated system; and (iii) organizing camps to build up a community of new teams, interested to participate  ...  The goal of the project "Robot Competitions Kick Innovation in Cognitive Systems and Robotics" (RoCKIn), funded by the European Commission under its 7th Framework Program, has been to speed up the progress  ...  The chapter closes with Section 6 on the project impact and lessons learned, as assessed by the project team but also by its external advisors.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.70011 fatcat:yjyznhmlmjdb5h4dxfalzqxtrm

Managing construction project change: a knowledge management perspective

Sepani Senaratne, Martin Sexton
2008 Construction Management and Economics  
A knowledge management perspective is introduced to manage project change so that construction project teams can successfully resolve and learn from change events.  ...  During shared problem-solving, stakeholders bring different types of knowledge into the problem situation and it is captured, created and shared by the team members.  ...  Hence, Change event A (which represents a project change) is located within the technical system in the intra-project level.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01446190802621044 fatcat:2ucme4igrng7dp2rc4dy4o6pcm

Alzheimer's Retinopathy: Seeing Disease in the Eyes

Nazanin Mirzaei, Haoshen Shi, Mia Oviatt, Jonah Doustar, Altan Rentsendorj, Dieu-Trang Fuchs, Julia Sheyn, Keith L. Black, Yosef Koronyo, Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui
2020 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
As a CNS extension of the brain, the neuro retina is easily accessible for noninvasive, high-resolution imaging.  ...  Over a decade ago, our group identified the main pathological hallmark of AD, amyloid β-protein (Aβ) plaques, in the retina of patients including early-stage clinical cases.  ...  underlying neuropathological events occurring in the brain (Johnson K.A. et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2020.00921 pmid:33041751 pmcid:PMC7523471 fatcat:bm36c4j7vjbynfnfvrba6bccpq

A Common Tracking Software Project [article]

Xiaocong Ai, Corentin Allaire, Noemi Calace, Angéla Czirkos, Irina Ene, Markus Elsing, Ralf Farkas, Louis-Guillaume Gagnon, Rocky Garg, Paul Gessinger, Hadrien Grasland, Heather M. Gray (+20 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
multi-threaded event processing.  ...  the development of more performant algorithms.  ...  Conflict of interest The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest. Availability of data and material Not applicable. No associated data except for code.  ... 
arXiv:2106.13593v1 fatcat:apbdvwybnngsnftzt6afqyozhe

The interplay between outbound team strategy and market information processing in the course of 'really new' NPD projects

Armand Smits, Robert Kok
2012 Industrial Marketing Management  
Case findings suggest that lack of market information processing in Shield compared with Anti-resist was rooted in differences in outbound strategies between the two projects rather than intra-team factors  ...  The purpose of the study is to explore how and when outbound team strategyreaching out to other parts of the organizationplays a role in market information processing in really new NPD.  ...  Data were collected by interviewing project team members and non-project members who were closely related to the teams (see Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2012.06.011 fatcat:j5zpd43rhzfinnuwbmhefgy7zi

Seeing Pictures: Reading Texts [chapter]

David Jasper
1995 Readings in the Canon of Scripture  
Issues addressed include: the function of images as a language of communication and its implications for debates about textual literacy in ancient Israel (ch. 2); the nature of the image-text relationship  ...  destruction (ch. 5); and how a consideration of visual practices and the social and religious dimensions of sight can advance understandings of the nature of Israelite aniconism and the search for Yahweh's  ...  For further discussion of this topic, see chapter 3 of this study. 19 See de Hulster, Iconographic Exegesis, 2. 20 For de Hulster's appraisal of the theoretical scope of his project, see ibid., 40,  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230376083_4 fatcat:22v5mr67ufhyll6qjhw3pmrnby

Relating in Project Networks and Innovation Systems

Maria Kapsali
2010 Social Science Research Network  
The results are organized in relational maps displaying the dynamic interaction between policy and projects.  ...  The question is how systemic relations are defined and conceptualized in the project literature and whether we can enhance our understanding of innovation systems by mapping dynamic interactions and causality  ...  Further research also is needed on the relational ties of different types of projects in order to see different variations of these maps.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1969395 fatcat:6sphaw2h2rdg3molo3jheku4cq

Client requirement representations and transformations in construction project design

William Henry Collinge
2017 Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology  
The paper will note how the representation of requirements through sign communications has multiple implications for the design process, including requirement interpretation, stakeholder engagement, intra-project  ...  Fleming (1996) identifies the significance of client and designer communicative events, when stating, "The social and political relationship between designer and client was constructed within the project  ...  They facilitate intra-client communication and communication with the design team, enabling all participants around the table to learn about hospital functional operations they may not be aware of.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jedt-03-2016-0022 fatcat:lziln3x5sjexnjdmto2zbl5rra

Perceive Project Deliverable Dissemination And Communication Strategy

Davide Baruzzi
2016 Zenodo  
The aim of the Communication and Dissemination Strategy is to lay down the path for reaching out in the most effective way the targets of PERCEIVE project.  ...  We will illustrate our objectives, how we see PERCEIVE in its brand identity, how do we want to manage the research content, through which channels and along a specific timeline.  ...  They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system's ability to see patterns and trends.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.821088 fatcat:56brqqkdbrf33grogzqm5u2dsu

The UCLan community engagement and service user support (Comensus) project: valuing authenticity, making space for emergence

Soo Downe, Mick McKeown, Eileen Johnson, Lidia Koloczek, Angela Grunwald, Lisa Malihi-Shoja
2007 Health Expectations  
Focus of this paper: the set up and early development of a Faculty-wide community engagement project.  ...  Setting and participants; Staff from the Faculty of Health in one university, local service users and carers and community group project workers, and local NHS and public sector staff.  ...  This paper is dedicated to the memory of Eileen Johnson, the original Comensus project coordinator, who died in February 2005.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2007.00463.x pmid:17986075 pmcid:PMC5060412 fatcat:rtilphpyd5aqjd5ocob5qw5xqu

The emergent realities of project praxis in socially complex project environments

Jocelyn Small, Derek Walker
2010 International Journal of Managing Projects in Business  
Derek's skills in facilitating the human interconnections necessary for a global community of project management doctoral students, researchers and practitioners, have been instrumental in broadening the  ...  theoretical and practical understandings of project actuality.  ...  entail a constant flux of events.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17538371011014071 fatcat:bhsdnsajizggfdbz3ucai4y5ta
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