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What's in a name?

Joseph Chabarek, Paul Barford
2013 Proceedings of the 5th ACM workshop on HotPlanet - HotPlanet '13  
In this paper we describe a methodology for discovering and characterizing the structure of diverse interface DNS names.  ...  To enable interface DNS name decoding to be used in practice, we incorporate our information extraction library into a new version of traceroute that we call PathAudit.  ...  Any opinions, findings, conclusions or other recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF, ARO or DHS.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2491159.2491163 dblp:conf/sigcomm/ChabarekB13 fatcat:cwhs5qvuprhg3f75c5okdxgd6m

What's in a name?

Nicole Crenshaw, Bonnie Nardi
2014 Proceedings of the first ACM SIGCHI annual symposium on Computer-human interaction in play - CHI PLAY '14  
Identity in gaming is thus more complex than identification with the physical representation of the character.  ...  However, our research indicates that players use carefully created character names to develop a persistent, pragmatic identity to maintain social relationships across games and related sites, and to express  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank study participants for their time and dedication during interviews and Nathan Fulton for his insightful comments on earlier drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2658537.2658685 dblp:conf/chiplay/CrenshawN14 fatcat:gqbqbgttgzfgze5mkytjljgvgy

What's in a name?

FlyBase Consortium
1996 Nature Biotechnology  
What's in a name?  ...  There are many ways within the context of a wellorganized database to represent the function or structure of a gene product without these data being reflected in a gene's name or symbol.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt1196-1521a fatcat:ak47bjinx5b3ti2pyqtmpudlri

What's in a name

Virginia M. Miller, Juliana M. Kling, Julia A. Files, Michael J. Joyner, Ekta Kapoor, Ann M. Moyer, Walter A. Rocca, Stephanie S. Faubion
2018 Menopause  
In addition, four consistent patterns of vasomotor disturbances have been identified across different countries, making it unlikely that these patterns are solely explained by socioeconomic or cultural  ...  These differences may have a genetic basis or may be acquired across the life span and are consistent with the variability of the clinical manifestations of aging observed in women following bilateral  ...  Acknowledgments Funding: Research of authors contributing to these comments is funded through grants from the National Institutes of Health, P50 AG044170, R01 AG034676, and R01 HL83947.  ... 
doi:10.1097/gme.0000000000001065 pmid:29381665 pmcid:PMC5970009 fatcat:s5wuvws44fe3jl47itjjeqfxhq

What's in a name?

Michael G. H. Coles
1982 Contemporary Psychology  
A book should be assessed according to the au- thor’s, not a reviewer’s, purpose. F. J. McGuigan University of Louisville What’s in a name? In my review of F. J.  ...  The purpose of my little book, Psycho- physiological Measurement of Covert Behavior: A Guide for the Laboratory (reviewed in CP, 1981, 26, 649), was to show how behavior, when it is covert, can be studied  ... 
doi:10.1037/021128 fatcat:hbqcrkd7qnchfnjza6pgyotwfi

What's in a NAme?

Elizabeth M. Brunt
2009 Hepatology  
As noted in a recent publication, 44 at this point in time, the closest that dedicated pathologists can come is to identify the pediatric findings as the "borderline, zone 1 pattern."  ...  Are we justified in calling this condition benign when studies have shown that hepatic steatosis itself can be a significant cofactor in the progression of other forms of liver disease?  ... 
doi:10.1002/hep.23070 pmid:19585620 fatcat:ei36bdbdrvgmhba5umo2sm6ssa

What's in a name?

Mitchell J. Weiss, Philip J. Mason, Monica Bessler
2012 Journal of Clinical Investigation  
Mutations in numerous genes encoding ribosomal proteins (RPs) occur in 50%-70% of individuals with Diamond-Blackfan anemia (DBA), establishing the disease as a ribosomopathy.  ...  As described in this issue of JCI, Sankaran, Gazda, and colleagues used genome-wide exome sequencing to study DBA patients with no detectable mutations in RP genes.  ...  What's in a name?  ... 
doi:10.1172/jci63989 pmid:22706300 pmcid:PMC3386834 fatcat:nzrnyfhcrvazneh7xsxx6ueq5i

What's in a name?

Neil Murray, Jonathan Crichton
2010 Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  
Our findings, based an analysis of data collected via a survey of university websites, suggest that while the rhetoric around course offerings may suggest a wider view of the discipline, the content of  ...  We focus on how the 'what' of applied linguistics, as captured in scholarly definitions of the discipline, accords with the 'where', as captured in potential contexts of application as these are manifested  ...  by the majority of programs identified in our study.  ... 
doi:10.1075/aral.33.2.02mur fatcat:xqlorrxeava5bbtkr6iewdoffy

What's in a Name?

Steven Shapiro
2013 Against the Grain  
What's in a Name? by Steven Shapiro (Electronic Resources Librarian, Montclair State University) <shapiros@mail.montclair.edu> W hat's in a Name?  ...  Charles was previously director of publications for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (Greece) and will lead the Purdue Press in identifying and establishing a niche within the scholarly  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.2443 fatcat:d2hs7jqn5bhxbc4fcdk3krfyru

What's in a Name?

Stephen J. Langendorfer
2013 International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education  
For example, it might make sense when studying students in a swim class to identify them as children, students, swimmers, or even learners.  ...  What often makes most sense is to avoid either generic term in favor of a more descriptive term that identifies the group according to an age category or other variable under study.  ... 
doi:10.25035/ijare.07.03.02 fatcat:w54scgwuzrh3ldpt2vt36eba6m

What's in a name?

1985 Journal of Medical Ethics  
What's in a name? The Society for the Study of Medical Ethics has metamorphosed to become the Institute of Medical Ethics.  ...  So far the society has had a reasonable record in stimulating and assisting others to promote the multidisciplinary study of medical ethics.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.11.1.4 fatcat:ofu5pkv5bfcjhhsv47ehkk5q7q

What's in a name?

T. Delamothe
2013 The BMJ (British Medical Journal)  
Husband and wife Bruce Arroll and Felicity Goodyear-Smith participated in a study of whether it was better to be right or happy.  ...  Going one step further, might people's names be a clue to their illnesses?  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.f7543 fatcat:cpdekknewzfitaq2ub4afq2woq

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

2007 Addiction  
By building a classifier using ratios of named entities as features, we show that named entity information can discriminate between documents from each subdomain.  ...  We report here on the semantic variations that occur in the sublanguages of two biomedical subdomains, i.e. cell biology and pharmacology, at the level of named entity information.  ...  Rupp in obtaining the collection of documents from the Open Access section of the UKMPC.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2007.01812.x pmid:17493102 fatcat:uia6ruzujnctpkb5d6unxcjr5q

What's In A Name?

Pamela H. Mitchell
2005 Journal of Professional Nursing  
Although entrepreneurship research has a long tradition in the study of the individual entrepreneur, there are not many studies on the profile of the social entrepreneur.  ...  (2) Is there a significant difference between the entrepreneurial orientation (EO) of commercial and social firms? The data for this research are collected in two phases using two online surveys.  ...  Although entrepreneurship research has a long tradition in the study of the individual entrepreneur (Shook et al., 2003) , there are not many studies on the profile of the social entrepreneur.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.profnurs.2005.10.009 pmid:16311227 fatcat:wk5hgdzyinalxoqqwck5owq2ku

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

LUCIANO DA FONTOURA COSTA
2004 International Journal of Modern Physics C  
The present work reports a preliminary experimental investigation aimed at characterizing and modeling the flow of sequentially induced associations between words from the English language in terms of  ...  Several interesting results are identified, including the characterization of attraction basins, association asymmetries, context biasing, as well as a possible power-law underlying word associations,  ...  DISCUSSION The several interesting trends and phenomena identified by analysis of the experimental data are characterized and briefly discussed in the following: A.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129183104005772 fatcat:skmskpz3hndi3hoabcjyfexgna
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