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Privacy and the peer-review system

John Maddox
1984 Nature  
MOST complaints about the peer-review system say that it is unjust. But what about the possibility that it has become unworkable?  ...  So has the time come to recognize that the peer-review system has broken down? Again, the answer is flatly no.  ... 
doi:10.1038/312497a0 fatcat:3zwyxbe6xrb37chrkdjpm7372i

Peer Review System: Any Other Choice?

Yataro Yoshida
2006 International journal of hematology  
Open access in recent years to electronic communication has intensified the existing skepticism about the value of peer review system.  ...  Given the limitations of peer review, what can be done to improve the quality of reviewing?  ... 
doi:10.1532/ijh97.06031 pmid:16720544 fatcat:dawf44stj5byxaeqka6ummoqme

Systems-compatible incentives

Dave Levin, Neil Spring, Bobby Bhattacharjee
2009 2009 International Conference on Game Theory for Networks  
Among the potential pitfalls we present is a phenomenon we call the price of altruism: altruistic peers can impose a loss of social good in some systems.  ...  Combining the two fields of economics and systems design introduces new challenges of achieving incentivecompatibility in systems we can deploy in today's Internet.  ...  One of the major benefits of money is that it adds liquidity; regardless of what interest peers have in one another in the context of the system, they are always interested in money.  ... 
doi:10.1109/gamenets.2009.5137390 dblp:conf/gamenets/LevinSB09 fatcat:eryaus55m5hqjbet6xtd2rhuuy

Disrupting Complacent Systems [chapter]

Laura Grindstaff, Linda F. Bisson
2021 Uprooting Bias in the Academy  
We outline best practices for disruption drawing upon what we learned during the implementation of the NSF ADVANCE program on our campus.  ...  AbstractIn this chapter, we characterize the academy as a "complacent system" resistant but not impervious to change, and we discuss how to overcome that resistance in the pursuit of diversity, equity,  ...  Peer-to-peer learning facilitates a faculty context rooted in mutual respect, shared values, and common experiences. Of course, peer-learning can be developed using expert sources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-85668-7_14 fatcat:nytaqa57rjch3d5uktr7pr5tny

A Semi-automated Peer-review System [article]

Bradly Alicea
2013 arXiv   pre-print
A semi-supervised model of peer review is introduced that is intended to overcome the bias and incompleteness of traditional peer review.  ...  In conclusion, the implications for such a system on measurements of scientific impact and improving the quality of open submission repositories will be discussed.  ...  Introduction What makes for a good academic paper? The answer is often more subjective than we like to think. One common answer involves a peer-reviewed consensus.  ... 
arXiv:1311.2504v1 fatcat:f6romoifjrhjzcs7k3b73xcdd4

Indigenous and Trans-Systemic Knowledge Systems

Marie Battiste, Sa'ke'j Henderson
2021 Engaged Scholar Journal Community-Engaged Research Teaching and Learning  
This special issue addressing the theme of "Indigenous and Trans-Systemic Knowledge Systems" seeks to expand the existing methods, approaches, and conceptual understandings of Indigenous Knowledges to  ...  The engagement of these distinct knowledge systems has also generated reflective, immersive, and transactional explorations of how to foster well-being and recovery from colonialism in Indigenous community  ...  Email: Acknowledgements The quality of our Journal depends on scholarly collaboration between the two groups of scholars, the authors and the anonymous peer-reviewers of their  ... 
doi:10.15402/esj.v7i1.70768 fatcat:bxewygra4jdgre2yukzrnz355e


2020 Issues in Information Systems  
The paper presents the results of an exploratory study of the effect of self-reflection and peer review on information systems students' critical thinking ability in a systems analysis and design class  ...  This study investigates the effectiveness of pedagogical techniques, reflection and peer review, designed to improve critical thinking skills in Information System majors.  ...  Given an activity diagram & systems sequence diagram modeling a scenario, explain: • What each of the diagrams is and what each is used for. • Walk your client through each diagram. x x In the first assignment  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2020_195-201 fatcat:ac6adul4pfakfpamghzforadvu

Open Journal Systems

John Willinsky, Scott P. Muir
2005 Library hi tech  
a hyperlink to an explanation of what the peer-review process is about.  ...  determination that the current average cost of peer review process for journals is $400 per published paper (2003).  ... 
doi:10.1108/07378830510636300 fatcat:3knsty26hfgkjgj6xhw4z4hlpu

A Peer Review System for BIM Learning

Meng-Han Tsai
2019 Sustainability  
This research proposed a peer review system for the instruction of building information modeling (BIM).  ...  The peer review approach has been recently introduced as an educational method and is widely utilized to promote learners' active learning that is hard to teach using conventional approaches; however,  ...  I also thank Shih-Chung Kang and Yu-Lien Chang of National Taiwan University for providing their feedback and for their assistance in the development of the peer review system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11205747 fatcat:aqb5wypmwjbhhfpamfoatyrxya

Second Language, First System

James Cummins
1986 Contemporary Psychology  
The aim is to account both for what the child can do and for what the child actually does.  ...  When such psycho- therapy is proposed as a partner with mutual-help therapy, we must question what of value professional psychotherapy brings to this partnership.  ... 
doi:10.1037/024515 fatcat:fbnrknbuvnaobmykxxpibtpog4

Health Information Systems

C. Bréant
2012 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
SummarySummarize excellent current research in the field of Health Information Systems.Synopsis of the articles selected for the IMIA Yearbook 2012.Three papers from international peer reviewed journals  ...  have been selected for the section on health information systems.The selected articles illustrate current research regarding health IT impacts and evaluation and the latest developments in health information  ...  Acknowledgement I greatly acknowledge the support of Martina Hutter of the reviewers in the selection process of the IMIA Yearbook.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1639435 fatcat:omkj4uv3trc5zbgwd5zqymtnay

The International System Safety Society and the International System Safety Conference — Its Future

Malcolm Jones
2015 Journal of System Safety  
Typically, one might note the value of networking with peers, learning what's new and topical in system safety.  ...  What benefits do organizations gain from Society membership of advertising the pedigree of its workforce? Has there been an organizational review of this nature?  ...  Typically, one might note the value of networking with peers, learning what's new and topical in system safety.  ... 
doi:10.56094/jss.v51i1.169 fatcat:vpdux56invarhk7gujlgofxlay

Gaming the "System of Systems"

Robert P. Haffa, James H. Patton
1998 Parameters  
If similar fortunes are now at hand, can they be integrated and managed in the context of a "system of systems"?  ...  That is a big task, but the iterative nature of numerous exercises conducted over many years, while incorporating the views of a multitude of players, can produce meaningful insights.  ...  One of the more useful methods of peering into an uncertain future, history has suggested, is the use of wargaming.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.1866 fatcat:kn3ze2x3jfae7bdx63rh47u3hi

Peer Review system: A Systematic Review

Shamima Parvin Lasker
2018 Bangladesh Journal of Bioethics  
The aim of this review article is to aware stakeholders specially novice reviewers about the peer review system.  ...  <div class="WordSection1"><p>Peer review process helps in evaluating and validating of research that is published in the journals. U.S.  ...  Types of peer review: Many types of peer reviewing system has been recognized. Each model has pros and cons 12 . But it is not clear which system is the best 12 .  ... 
doi:10.3329/bioethics.v9i1.37104 fatcat:fyte2mzw2bh2bhxbjpgwhxlonq

Gossiping in distributed systems

Anne-Marie Kermarrec, Maarten van Steen
2007 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
This divergence is often difficult to understand, as formal models have yet to be developed that can capture the full design space of gossiping solutions.  ...  In this paper, we present a brief introduction to the field of gossiping in distributed systems, by providing a simple framework and using that framework to describe solutions for various application domains  ...  It is also an appropriate tool when one is not interested in the results of a single node, but when aggregate data (in a part) of the network is what matter.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1317379.1317381 fatcat:e3weknmbpbb4bbkbc6t3bwhxea
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