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The Development of the Space-Time View of Quantum Electrodynamics

R. P. Feynman
1966 Science  
When the action has a delay, as it now had, and involved more than one time, I had to lose the idea of a wave function.  ...  This completes the story of the development of the space-time view of quantum electrodynamics. I wonder if anything can be learned from it. I doubt it.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.153.3737.699 pmid:17791121 fatcat:weyk3czifzfbbjivn5egcpexti

The development of the space‐time view of quantum electrodynamics

Richard P. Feynman
1966 Physics today  
When the action has a delay, as it now had, and involved more than one time, I had to lose the idea of a wave function.  ...  This completes the story of the development of the space-time view of quantum electrodynamics. I wonder if anything can be learned from it. I doubt it.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3048404 fatcat:lzw27zmk2jfwbdutcmcoyu5rai

The Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO) of Incubators, Accelerators, and Co-working Spaces

Drew Gertner, Elizabeth Mack
2017 International Journal of Regional Development  
spaces.  ...  To address this gap, this paper explores the differences in the EO of different types of organizational contexts that provide business support to entrepreneurs such as incubators, accelerators and co-working  ...  Acknowledgements This research was funded by the Regional Studies Association (RSA) grant number 13054132.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijrd.v4i2.10210 fatcat:yrnj7lztxnfpxbyp23vgj6msou

The Design Space of Bug Fixes and How Developers Navigate It

Emerson Murphy-Hill, Thomas Zimmermann, Christian Bird, Nachiappan Nagappan
2015 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Then, based on qualitative interviews with 40 engineers working on a variety of products, data from 6 bug triage meetings, and a survey filled out by 326 Microsoft engineers and 37 developers from other  ...  We also discuss implications for research and practice, including how to make bug prediction and localization more accurate.  ...  Thanks to all participants in our study, as well as Alberto Bacchelli, Michael Barnett, Andy Begel, Nicolas Bettenburg, Rob DeLine, Xi Ge, Jeff Huang, Brittany Johnson, Ekrem Kocaguneli, Tamara Lopez,  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2014.2357438 fatcat:hs62gnqiznb6xphhntup55dqse

Advocates, Adversaries, and Anomalies: The Politics of Feminist Spaces in Gender and Development

Sarah E. Hendriks
2005 Revue canadienne d'études du développement / Canadian Journal of Development Studies  
This research project is significant because it contributes to a much-needed reassessment of feminist engagement with Gender and Development (GAD).  ...  The research suggests that building allies through connections with women's movernents is crucial for feminists to make mainstream development more amenable to transformative feminist goals, values and  ...  It speeds economic development by raising productivity and promoting the more efficient use of resources; it produces significant social returns ..."  ... 
doi:10.1080/02255189.2005.9669102 fatcat:kp76ppbogzdhtp2bhqzax3ky5a

The development of children's problem solving in a gears task: A problem space perspective

K METZ
1985 Cognitive Science  
The fact that the 1 I-12-year-olds shifted more often than the 8-9-year-olds does not warrant the conclusion that the ability to shift adaptively constitutes a dimension of development.  ...  Compound Problem Spaces In 8 of the 20 protocols, indicators of more than one problem space were manifested in the same episode. (See Figures 2 & 3) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(85)80021-5 fatcat:txlz6ztmc5dttcgahaajmmpkpq

The Development of Children's Problem Solving in a Gears Task: A Problem Space Perspective

Kathleen E. Metz
1985 Cognitive Science  
The fact that the 1 I-12-year-olds shifted more often than the 8-9-year-olds does not warrant the conclusion that the ability to shift adaptively constitutes a dimension of development.  ...  Compound Problem Spaces In 8 of the 20 protocols, indicators of more than one problem space were manifested in the same episode. (See Figures 2 & 3) .  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog0904_4 fatcat:oekpr4hym5gtba2dcesuaslofa

An examination of the views of key stakeholders on the development of learning spaces at a regional university

Barrie James Todhunter, Dr Anna Walker
2015 Journal of Facilities Management  
Purpose -This paper examines the degree of alignment between the views of key stakeholders on the development of learning spaces in a new teaching and learning building at a satellite campus of a regional  ...  Findings -A comprehensive framework should be articulated by the university for its theme of personalised learning so that decisions can be made at lower levels of the university to operationalise the  ...  , what do you think are the key issues for the creation of effective 'learning spaces'?  ... 
doi:10.1108/jfm-06-2014-0016 fatcat:bknv2qsejvdcta3b74eznohvea

The development and pilot testing of the Self-management Programme of Activity, Coping and Education for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (SPACE for COPD)

Lindsay Apps, Mitchell, Harrison, Sewell, Williams, Young, Steiner, Morgan, Singh
2013 International Journal of COPD  
Five focus groups were conducted with individuals with COPD (N = 24) during development to confirm and enhance the content of the prototype manual.  ...  The Self-management Programme of Activity, Coping and Education for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (SPACE for COPD) manual was developed as the focus of a comprehensive self-management approach  ...  Disclosure The early development of SPACE for COPD was in part supported by a Trevor Clay Memorial Grant awarded by the British Lung Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.2147/copd.s40414 pmid:23874093 pmcid:PMC3711650 fatcat:b6gdjjvnandr7hjxidsgknciky

An integrated understanding of theory, learning and transformation [chapter]

W.P. Wahl, University of the Free State
2021 Leadership for Change: Developing transformational student leaders through global learning spaces  
So it was a higher ed check … Make it more accessible; get our kids to think about it more. A lot of kids never know that they can travel the world.  ...  At the same time, the university leadership made the case for academics to think of education much more broadly than simply meeting the requirements of Physics I or Introductory Sociology.  ...  Is there anything else that you would like to say about the evolving role of religion and spirituality in South Africa?  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2020.bk143.09 fatcat:pdvtreb7nnbobl4x7ivpmtlfru

Art Spaces in Community and Economic Development: Connections to Neighborhoods, Artists, and the Cultural Economy

Carl Grodach
2010 Journal of planning education and research  
But, issues pertaining to the location, organization, and management of art spaces may limit their community and economic development potential.  ...  Another strain of research focuses on community-based arts activity, that is, the production and consumption of art rooted in and reflective of a specific group of people with a shared sense of values  ...  As the director of that art space states, focusing only on local artists "is a very small window, and there's a very small window of people who would support it.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0739456x10391668 fatcat:upontouhkbdmpdfolp7abc3rqu

Putting Some Product into Work-Product

Jay A. Mitchell
2013 Social Science Research Network  
But, corporate lawyers do not seem to use other tools whose employment might contribute to the utility and value of their products.  ...  detail and provides examples of the documents we developed, and makes a few observations about continuing work in the area.  ...  Thinking about white space doesn't mean we ignore trying to cover lots of ground.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2325683 fatcat:lkjk3ma4c5cvncwk5fiq5pjqsa

Networks of leadership and social change [chapter]

Beverley Bell, University of Massachusetts, David Bell, Marianne Sarkis, University of the Free State, Clark University, University of the Free State, Clark University, University of the Free State
2021 Leadership for Change: Developing transformational student leaders through global learning spaces  
So it was a higher ed check … Make it more accessible; get our kids to think about it more. A lot of kids never know that they can travel the world.  ...  At the same time, the university leadership made the case for academics to think of education much more broadly than simply meeting the requirements of Physics I or Introductory Sociology.  ...  Is there anything else that you would like to say about the evolving role of religion and spirituality in South Africa?  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2020.bk143.06 fatcat:i4bs7bgq3bahfnwardtmsyovau

Knowledge as Production: A Dialogue with Liam Gillick

Liam Gillick, Lucy Cotter
2017 MaHKUscript  
So I think a lot of artists have been using complicated strategies to dump more information on you than you could ever use, in order to change the forms of exchange from virtual to one-to-one, to undermine  ...  The problem is that when you work like that, what happens is that you get certain types of artists… LC: Yes, but the term "associative thinking" sounds more random than it is in practice.  ...  The problem of course became what gets kept by the institution and what you find is that things are not kept.  ... 
doi:10.5334/mjfar.23 fatcat:tpjlwgw5j5einp6llixlxjlovq

Ecology and Site-specificity in Festival Production

Laura Levin
2020 Theatre Research in Canada  
And that is way more important than being "BIG." I'm more interested in… LL: …"the long game," as you said.  ...  How is SummerWorks fostering this kind of development? LN: I could tell you about the cycle of new work development. There's been some re-envisioning of the Festival this year.  ...  In 2018, under Laura Nanni's leadership, the festival dispensed with the framing of SummerWorks as "Canada's largest curated performance festival." 4 Over the course of our conversation, it became clear  ... 
doi:10.7202/1068262ar fatcat:erf6b7y5jfeinlcqghls6dducu
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