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Uncovering critical coordination requirements through content analysis

Kelly Blincoe, Giuseppe Valetto, Daniela Damian
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 International Workshop on Social Software Engineering - SSE 2013  
In this paper, we describe a way to identify the critical coordination needs that exist in a software development project through post-mortem content analysis and manual coding of task pairs.  ...  needs for their analysis in future studies.  ...  CONCLUSION Dependencies between tasks may not always require coordination. We have proposed a way to identify the critical coordination needs through content analysis and manual coding of task pairs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2501535.2501536 fatcat:frn6sn23kjhrjon7hshpkjpp34

Exploring similarities and differences in teamwork across diverse healthcare contexts using communication analysis

Avi Parush, Chelsea Kramer, Tara Foster-Hunt, Alicia McMullan, Kathryn Momtahan
2012 Cognition, Technology & Work  
This research demonstrated that using communication analysis can uncover similarities and differences in team cognition and teamwork processes across work contexts.  ...  The communication analysis segmented communication into meaningful sequences. It categorized utterances into content categories and verbal behaviors.  ...  Surgeries involve actual patient care activities, and teamwork is required to actively run and manage the procedure, thus the communication includes content such as medical actions, transition coordination  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10111-012-0242-7 fatcat:pzwfn6busfdsxjjygd2t7hw74a

CONSTRUCTION RISK TAXONOMY: AN INTERNATIONAL CONVERGENCE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES

Barlish
2013 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
This comparison is created via a content analysis of the relevant literature and a survey to industry professionals.  ...  Both academic and industry perspectives are critical to advancing this field, especially in risk identification and taxonomy.  ...  Through literature and content analysis, framework taxonomy was developed and literature inspired risk matrix was created.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2013.706.713 fatcat:ui5cvbri7nbqrhm7y5zvlavkfy

Unravelling data for rapid evidence-based response to COVID-19: a summary of the unCoVer protocol

José L. Peñalvo, Elly Mertens, Enisa Ademović, Seval Akgun, Ana Lúcia Baltazar, Dora Buonfrate, Miran Čoklo, Brecht Devleesschauwer, Paula Andrea Diaz Valencia, João C. Fernandes, Enrique Javier Gómez, Paul Hynds (+22 others)
2021 BMJ Open  
a federated data analysis platform that allows processing of available COVID-19 RWD without disclosing identification information to analysts and limiting output to data aggregates.  ...  partners from 18 countries capable of collecting and using real-world data (RWD) derived from the response and provision of care to patients with COVID-19 by health systems across Europe and elsewhere. unCoVer  ...  resources of the hospital and critical care.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-055630 pmid:34794999 pmcid:PMC8602928 fatcat:ei4w6efwhjbivcpwuuohrv7krm

The Role of Task and Process Conflict in Strategizing

Jane K. Lê, Paula A. Jarzabkowski
2014 British Journal of Management  
Outcome: Some progress on strategy process through development of coordinating mechanisms, but no progress on strategy content.  ...  through crisis Specific Process Conflict (Low) We exclude relationship and status conflict from our analysis.  ...  Training graduate student to code each datum and flag up any queries; 5% of data recoded through this process  Identify conflict in meeting data i. 115 conflict incidents relating to Beep  Conflict data  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8551.12076 fatcat:hz6ivuudwrhqffhcoqmuck3spq

Policy Debates and Discourse Network Analysis: A Research Agenda

Philip Leifeld
2020 Politics and Governance  
Discourse network analysis (DNA) is a combination of network analysis and qualitative content analysis.  ...  DNA has been applied to various policy processes and debates to show how policy actors are related at the discursive level, complementing coordination relations among them that are often analysed in the  ...  (think Foucault or critical theory) and would like to add a systematic dimension to their analyses, in which they seek to uncover the power structures in society or politics through analyses of who says  ... 
doi:10.17645/pag.v8i2.3249 fatcat:aqg4hxy7jvg6tnt6gxjy4cmb64

A BIM-Info delivery protocol

Martin Hooper, Anders Ekholm
2012 Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building  
through an analysis of practical application.  ...  through an analysis of practical applications.  ...  Coordination effort requires time but can be seen to lay the foundation for greater gains through the process.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajceb.v12i4.3031 fatcat:oc6ghz3syvhb5jmx7jfxriyblu

COUNTERING TERRORISM ON SOCIAL MEDIA USING BIG DATA

Ali Alzahrani, Khalid Bashir Bajwa, Turki Alghamdi, Hanaa Aldahawi
2018 Figshare  
social network analysis for uncovering the underlying structure and association of terrorist groups and their activities  ...  While not a new phenomenon, the information age offers new and innovative methods for spreading messages related to terrorism and expansion through recruitment on social media.  ...  Through this ability to influence, the power of social media has been used by terrorists to coordinate and execute attacks.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7375400 fatcat:u6e7hcevifcdzmpuyrzz2oz4ki

Visiting Nurses' Perspectives on Practices to Achieve End-of-Life Cancer Patients' Wishes for Death at Home: A Qualitative Study

Noriko Teruya, Yoko Sunagawa, Haru Sunagawa, Takehiko Toyosato
2019 Asia-Pacific Journal of Oncology Nursing  
Data were generated by interviews with the nurses and participant observations from nursing home-visits for six end-of-life cancer patients and were analyzed using content analysis.  ...  case study analysis.  ...  [33] The nursing practices identified from the present study met these requirements of a good death. At the same time, we uncovered the core clinical competencies required for this care.  ... 
doi:10.4103/apjon.apjon_18_19 pmid:31572759 pmcid:PMC6696802 fatcat:3g44a2tr4fggzh7kyswdzhbkvm

On Linkages Using Exercises to Identify Systems-Level Preparedness Challenges

Paul D. Biddinger, Rebecca Orfaly Cadigan, Bruce S. Auerbach, Jonathan L. Burstein, Elena Savoia, Michael A. Stoto, Howard K. Koh
2008 Public health reports (1974)  
Content analysis of the compendium of AARs then uncovered several categories of recurring systemslevel challenges.  ...  that require greater coordination to provide an effective response.  ... 
doi:10.1177/003335490812300116 pmid:18348486 pmcid:PMC2099334 fatcat:pqdzb7ajuzgs7bmiapqfvvwvam

Page 835 of Journal of Child and Family Studies Vol. 20, Issue 6 [page]

2011 Journal of Child and Family Studies  
In addition, walk-throughs can uncover assumptions, inconsistencies, and limitations of routine practice, and are useful in generating ideas for improving organizational processes (Ford et al. 2007), a  ...  The purpose of this paper is to describe the results of standardized parent walk-throughs to describe the (a) feasi- bility and acceptability of the walk-through process to family advocates, (b) the content  ... 

Extending System Performance Past the Boundaries of Technical Maturity: Human-Agent Teamwork Perspective for Industrial Inspection [article]

Garrick Cabour, Élise Ledoux, Samuel Bassetto
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The current manual work content elicited is disaggregated into functional requirements.  ...  By doing so, we uncover the technical capabilities of the CPSS in comparison with subject-matter experts' work activity. We called this concept technological coverage.  ...  They uncover software requirements, HAT requirements, and design decisions.  ... 
arXiv:2102.03241v1 fatcat:ojojuhmisrddzlhhqfmdqo65qi

Analyzing Test Content Using Cluster Analysis and Multidimensional Scaling

Stephen G. Sireci, Kurt F. Geisinger
1992 Applied Psychological Measurement  
The similarity data were analyzed using a multidimensional scaling (MDS) procedure followed by a hierarchical cluster analysis of the MDS stimulus coordinates.  ...  The findings suggest that analyzing item similarity data with MDS and cluster analysis can provide substantive information pertaining to the content representation of a test.  ...  1990) demonstrated the ability of these techniques to uncover content-relevant test structure.  ... 
doi:10.1177/014662169201600102 fatcat:255o5ulydzaevivzfymlmg3yv4

Decoding erythropoiesis

Alan J. Warren
2017 Blood  
They uncovered a critical role for RBM38 (previously implicated in splicing 8 ) as an erythroidspecific translational activator.  ...  The authors propose several examples of regulated stop-codon read-through, but the functional significance of these findings requires further experimental work.  ... 
doi:10.1182/blood-2016-12-755538 pmid:28153837 pmcid:PMC5305046 fatcat:fk32omfkqvcgdle7i5y26ytkme

NACCHO's Roots of Health Inequity Curriculum Encourages Commitment to Tackling Social Injustice

Mikhaila Richards
2013 Journal of Public Health Management and Practice  
As one approach among many, NACCHO initially conceived of RHI as a vehicle to enhance critical analysis and the building of social consciousness through listening, dialogue, and reflection and action.  ...  structure and content.  ...  . • Sample acƟviƟes: Uncover and share strategies through online or in-person discussion; listen to audio interviews with veteran pracƟƟoners. ReflecƟon Aim: Reflect on experiences with acƟviƟes.  ... 
doi:10.1097/phh.0b013e3182a0eb4d pmid:23892382 fatcat:rqzkpccxi5bdxi7st5yp5g2uau
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