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Response to Intervention (RTI)

difficulty making progress, Case Manager refers them to Instructional Support Team Or CSE review Design Elements Integral to RTI Process Proactive System Design: A blueprint or model Effective and Efficient Teams A Range of Evidence-Based Interventions/Instruction Procedural Standard Protocols-- Organizing and Documenting Critical Tasks Initial Planning When Intervention is Required Efficient and Economical Assessment That Provides Preventive Progress Monitoring Universal Screening Identifying/


Peer-to-Peer Networking Marina Papatriantafilou CSE Department, Distributed Computing and Systems group Ack: Many of the slides are adaptation of slides.

to-Peer Networking Marina Papatriantafilou CSE/ directly communicate peers are intermittently connected and change IP addresses Three topics: Searching for information File distribution Case Study: Skype peer-peer 2/economic games (but brings problems with inflation, etc like in real economics systems) Evolving literature, including economic and social sciences Related issue: information dissemination? P2P File Distribution: Server-Client vs P2P Question : How much time to distribute file from one server to/


18/28/20151 Instructor: Suprakash Datta (datta[at]cse.yorku.ca) ext 77875 Lectures: Tues (CB 122), 7–10 PM Office hours: Wed 3-5 pm (CSEB 3043), or by.

not apply There are currently few international laws relating to privacy and information security –Because of cultural differences/Economic Espionage Act (EEA) of 1996 An attempt to protect intellectual property and competitive advantage Attempts to protect trade secrets from the foreign government that uses its classic espionage apparatus to/to study the topic of ethics in a vacuum, but within a larger ethical framework –Information security professionals may be expected to be more articulate about the topic/


Information Extraction from the World Wide Web CSE 454 Based on Slides by William W. Cohen Carnegie Mellon University Andrew McCallum University of Massachusetts.

CSE 454 Based on Slides by William W. Cohen Carnegie Mellon University Andrew McCallum University of Massachusetts Amherst From KDD 2003 Course Overview Machine Learning Introduction Scaling Naïve Bayes Hadoop Info Extraction Bag of Words Self-Supervised Overfitting, Ensembles, Cotraining Clustering Info Extraction Search Topics/economic philosophy of open-source software with Orwellian fervor, denouncing /F1 in high 80’s or low- to mid-90’s Binary relation extraction –Contained-in (Location1, Location2) /


Computer Security Primer CSE 291 Fall 2005 October 5, 2005 Geoffrey M. Voelker.

l Two goals u Overview of computer security topics u Provide context for remaining cybersecurity talks l Your opportunity to ask computer security questions u I’ve always/ of due-diligence: third-party attestation u Economics of third-party attestation? Cost vs limited liability u What is a third-party qualified to attest to? u Thompson: “Trusting Trust” u “/ all CERT incidents related to these l Assumption (by programmer) that the data will fit in a limited-size buffer l This leads to a vulnerability: Supply/


Washington Climate Change Impacts Assessment JISAO CSES Climate Impacts Group Jeremy Littell, Marketa Elsner, Ed Miles, Dennis Lettenmaier, Eric Salathé,

cses.washington.edu/cig WACCIA: http://cses.washington.edu/cig/res/ia/ waccia.shtml Climate science in the public interest UW Climate Impacts Group CO 2 Annual Emissions Raupach et al. 2007, PNAS 2006 2007 CDIAC updated emissions CDIAC = Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Lab (DOE) Solar Irradiance: Normal Data: World Radiation Center, http://www.pmodwrc.ch/pmod.php?topic/, climate change will lead to larger numbers of heat-related deaths due mainly to hotter summers. For example /


Department of Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Academic Guide UNT Research Park (NTRP) F201 (940) 565-2767 www.cse.unt.edu Valid beginning.

940) 565-2767 www.cse.unt.edu Valid beginning Fall/ following departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, or Physics. Advisor approval is needed. ENGLISH (3 Hours/Honors equivalents or History 4700 (Texas History) or any advanced US-Topic History course(s) may substitute for either of the US History/PHIL 2070 Introductions to Great Religions 2400 Religions & American Society PSCI 3500 Introduction to Peace Studies 3810 International Relations 4520 International /


Department of Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Academic Guide UNT Research Park (NTRP) F201 (940) 565-2767 www.cse.unt.edu Valid beginning.

(940) 565-2767 www.cse.unt.edu Valid beginning Fall/ Honors equivalents. History 4700 (Texas History) or any advanced US-Topic History course(s) may substitute for either of the US History /advanced)3 Total Hours16Elective (advanced)3 Total Hours18 11 Course Offerings Related to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science (NOTE: Course offerings/ following departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, or Physics. Advisor approval is needed. ENGLISH (3 Hours/


6/29/2015 2:01 AM1 CSE 573 Finite State Machines for Information Extraction Topics –Administrivia –Background –DIRT –Finite State Machine Overview –HMMs.

CSE 573 Finite State Machines for Information Extraction Topics –Administrivia –Background –DIRT –Finite State Machine Overview –HMMs –Conditional Random Fields –Inference and Learning TexPoint fonts used in EMF. Read the TexPoint manual before you delete this box.: AAAAAAAAAAAAA Mini-Project Options 1.Write a program to/economic philosophy of open-source software with Orwellian fervor, /… Cities suchas EOP * ** ** DIRT How related to IE? Why unsupervised? Distributional Hypothesis? DIRT Dependency/


Trade and domestic policies in an open economic setting Introduction Slides for lessons. Course in Trade and Domestic Policies in an Open Economic Settting.

a boost for economic modernisation. But, there is the risk of a vertical relation between the “hub” and the “spokes”. South-South integration helps to break the radial/Protection indicators measure distortions due to trade policy interventions. Some indicators: – Nominal Protection Coefficient (NPC) – OECD support estimates (PSE, CSE, TSE) – WTO /Also, de minimis clause. – Does not adjust for excess feed costs. Selected topics 90 Allocation of import quotas. The banana case 1993: Creation of the Single Market/


1 CSE 403 Introduction Reading: Rapid Development Ch3.3 These lecture slides are copyright (C) Marty Stepp, 2007, with significant content taken from slides.

1 CSE 403 Introduction Reading: Rapid Development Ch3.3 These lecture slides are copyright (C)/relations with stakeholders: customers, management, developers, testers, sales) law (patents, licenses, copyrights, reverse engineering) sociology (modern trends in societies, localization, ethics) political science (negotiations; topics at the intersection of law, economics, and global societal trends; (public) safety) psychology (personalities, styles, usability, what is fun) art (GUI design, what is appealing to/


Creating value and maximising impact : issues, concepts and methods Presentation to 2013 AWHILES Conference The proof of the pudding. Providing the evidence.

/RCUKOpenAccessPolicy.pdf –Stakeholder perspective Concepts Two core constructs... VALUE and IMPACT in relation to INFORMATION in relation to Information and Library SERVICES What is value? Is this the same as impact or quality or satisfaction? Perspectives: organisation vs customer economic vs societal Synonymous with: –Worth? –Fitness for purpose (quality)? –Exceptional/Perfection? –Utility Relationship to values – morality, ethics, culture Perceived value – whose perspective? Intellectual capital and/


1 Gender and Educational Achievement In this Presentation I shall distinguish broadly between two broad time periods: the 1950s to the late1980s and the.

to the late1980s and the late 1980s to the present day. If you would like to switch directly to the slides on the late 1980s to the present day click here. click here. I have made some links to my “teaching notes” on this topic/ small There are substantial male percentage subject entrant majorities in Economics, PE, Business Studies There are substantial female percentage subject /Ordinary Level examinations which the GCSE replaced. However in relation to these theories it should be noted that male-female/


Computer Communications Peer to Peer networking Ack: Many of the slides are adaptations of slides by authors in the bibliography section.

Collaborative platforms Communication networks Social applications Other overlay-related applications.... Router Overlays for e.g. protection/mitigation /build Robustness in BitTorrent, Bram Cohen. Workshop on Economics of Peer-to-Peer Systems, 2003. Incentives build Robustness in /of research and education projects/collaborations on the topic Feel free to speak with us for projects or register for/on the team’s research + education area http://www.cse.chalmers.se/research/group/dcs/ Notes p2p P2P Case /


1 CSE 403 Introduction Reading: Rapid Development Ch3.3 These lecture slides are copyright (C) Marty Stepp, 2007, with significant content taken from slides.

1 CSE 403 Introduction Reading: Rapid Development Ch3.3 These lecture slides are copyright (C) /relations with stakeholders: customers, management, developers, testers, sales) law (patents, licenses, copyrights, reverse engineering) sociology (modern trends in societies, localization, ethics) political science (negotiations; topics at the intersection of law, economics, and global societal trends; public safety) psychology (personalities, styles, usability, what is fun) art (GUI design, what is appealing to/


1 Welcome to CSE 489/589 Fall 2015 Modern Networking Concepts (password protected lecture slides, and homework,

to CSE 489/589 Fall 2015 Modern Networking Concepts http://www.cse/to build a computer network, the Internet in particular Network programming and simulation Shortcomings and challenges of current Internet architecture (technologically, politically) Coverage broad on most topics/ thoroughly, and surf the web to read related things Start early on homework assignments/we want the Internet to possess? (assuming we’re free to design a new Internet.) Socially Economically Politically Technically (influenced/


1 High-Assurance Laboratory, CS&E Dept., CSE 434/598 - Computer Networks Network Layer Computer Science & Engineering Department Arizona.

CSE 434/598 - Computer Networks Network Layer Computer Science & Engineering Department Arizona State University 2 High-Assurance Laboratory, CS&E Dept., ASUSourav@asu.edu Outline u Definition: Network Layer u Services provided to/nodes can easily do the routing tasks (This topic has profound impact to Distributed Routing.) u Robustness - can tolerate Hw/) u Economizes bandwidth, and generates a minimized number /L can get out of the “warning” states (Relate this to your Project II) u Choke packets are identified using/


1–1 MPO699 MANAGING PEOPLE IN ORGANIZATION TOPIC 06 – RETAINING & ENGAGING YOUR TALENT.

found that 55% of companies surveyed are less able to make satisfactory forecasts about their sales due to an economic recession. If sales are not accurately forecasted, this/BM%20and%20layoffs&st=cse&scp=1 http://www.ibm.com/us/ Location Planning Company Example: Hanes “Hanesbrands Relocates Manufacturing to Asia” http://www./ P ARTIALLY M ET E XPECTATIONS Associate performance falls considerably short in relation to job objectives and the Novartis values/behaviours despite repeated explanations /coaching. /


Cyber Security CSE 301 10/10/2012 By: Samantha Juntiff, Khalid Ibrahim, David Kahn, Colin Hofman, David Humphries, Nina Larkova.

serious national security, public safety, and economic challenges we face as a nation.” - 2010 National Security Strategy From 2000 to 2010, global Internet usage increased from 360 million to over 2 billion people. Has become an/day_n_1817671.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQsKdtjwtYI&feat ure=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQsKdtjwtYI&feat ure=related http://www.emc.com/collateral/demos/microsites/me diaplayer-video/cybercrime//topic/86705- the-lonely-island/ http://www.greendaycommunity.org/


Topic 4.3 and 4.4 Carbon Cycling and Climate Change.

://www.cse-ipg.com/images/Fertilizer.jpg http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200707/r157257_569758.jpg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Hs FipCm9tI&feature=related but especially cows http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HsFipCm9tI&feature=related Temperature/. Reducing CO2 will have a severe negative economic effect Challenge from criticsPossible responses from climatologists Many scientists disagree and have published research showing that climate change is not due to human activity Often, those scientists are not /


Pharmaceutical innovation and its contribution to longevity and economic growth Frank R. Lichtenberg Columbia University and National Bureau of Economic.

Health Care Finance and Economics 11(1), March 2011, 1-34. The contribution of pharmaceutical innovation to longevity growth in Germany/ related to: drug vintage average wage rate the fraction of state residents with at least a college education Disability recipiency directly related to:/ 19596%C9B ACE INHIBITORS COMBINAT HEPARIN19103%C5B VARICOSE THERAPY,TOPICAL METOPROLOL19753%C7A B-BLOCKING AGENTS,PLAIN ATORVASTATIN19972%C10A CHOLEST/cse Internal reference pricing: potential risks Internal reference pricing:/


Lecture 11 Analysis of Software Architectures Architecture Tradeoff & Analysis Method (ATAM) Topics  Why and when Evaluate Archiectures  Analysis of.

Architectures Architecture Tradeoff & Analysis Method (ATAM) Topics  Why and when Evaluate Archiectures  Analysis //pub/sa.htmlhttp://www.fit.ac.jp/~zhao/pub/sa.html http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9117/ http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9117/ – 3 – CSCE 742 Spring 09 Quiz Business/: The system’s most important functions Any relevant technical, managerial, economic, or political constraints The business goals and context as they relate to the project The major stakeholders The architectural drivers (that is, the/


Social Network Theory Networked Life CSE 112 Spring 2006 Prof. Michael Kearns.

–every edge appears entirely independently of existing structure But in many settings, the opposite is true: –you tend to meet new friends through your old friends –two web pages pointing to a third might share a topic –two companies selling goods to a third are in related industries Watts’ Caveman world: –overall density of edges is low –but two vertices with a common neighbor are/


1 Reengineering the SIPP: The New Dynamics of Economic Well-being System David Johnson August 24, 2006.

in the CSE program, describes current policy with respect to medical child support, examines available data, and discusses some of the issues related to medical child/ two primary goals of SIPP should be to provide improved information on the distribution of income and other economic resources for people and families and on /’ Needs Contact DEWS 22 New Survey: Basic versus supplemental products Basic Topics Demographics General Income Labor Force Health Insurance Assets Education Program Participation Child /


1 CSE 524: Lecture 7 Network layer (Part 2). 2 Administrative Homework #2 due Reminder –Research paper topic.

CSE 524: Lecture 7 Network layer (Part 2) 2 Administrative Homework #2 due Reminder –Research paper topic/–one datagram becomes several datagrams –“reassembled” only at final destination –IP header bits used to identify, order related fragments fragmentation: in: one large datagram out: 3 smaller datagrams reassembly 48 NL: IP/ Route pinning –Economics Providers with no incentive to deploy SLA, end-to-end billing issues –QoS a weak-link property Requires every device on an end-to-end basis to support flow 54/


Web characteristics, broadly defined Thanks to C. Manning, P. Raghavan, H. Schutze.

aggregation of interest possible: Create incentives for very specialized niche players Economical – specialized stores, providers, etc Social – narrow interests, specialized communities, /, error tolerant Trust – Results are objective Coverage of topics for polysemic queries Eg. mole, bank Pre/Post process tools provided/cse.lehigh.edu/ http://airweb.cse.lehigh.edu/ Many SEO companies will suffer Reported “Organic” (white hat) Optimization Techniques Register with search engines Research keywords related to/


The "Creative Sector": How could it contribute better to regional development and cohesion? Prof. Dr. Andreas Joh. Wiesand, Executive Director, European.

"The Contribution of Culture to Local and Regional Economic Development - Evidence from the Structural Funds" (with CSES), "Mobility Matters" and "Sharing Diversity".www.culturalpolicies.net 2 A Challenging Topic, because… …culture and / (e.g. Books; Art Market; Film; Entertainment; Private Radio/TV) Public Admi- nistration & Funding (incl. Arts Agencies) Related Industries / Crafts (e.g. Printing; Music Instruments; “Cultural Tourism”) 3rd Sector Support & Services (e.g. Foundations; Associations)/


11 Small Cells and Device-to-Device Networks towards the 5G Era: Fundamentals, Applications, and Resource Allocation using Game Theory Tutorial at European.

for Radio Resource Management in Wireless Networks – 5G (Small Cells, Device- to-Device Networks, Licensed Spectrum Sharing) George C. Polyzos Ph.D., UofToronto, 1989/-2014 – http://crown-thales.uth.gr/ http://crown-thales.uth.gr/ 5 Related Research Topics Faculty – George C. Polyzos, Director – Iordanis Koutsopoulos – Giannis Marias –/24 An Indicative 5G Timeline Source: http://cse.ucsd.edu/node/2668http://cse.ucsd.edu/node/2668 25 26 Some /Economics and Business {douros,polyzos}@aueb.gr http://mm.aueb.gr


CSE 454 Security III “Outbreak!”. Internet Outbreaks: Epidemiology and Defenses Stefan Savage Cooperative Center for Internet Epidemiology and Defenses.

Virtuous” economic cycle The bad guys have large incentive to get better Driving Economic Forces Slides © Stefan Savage, UCSD Today’s focus: Outbreaks Outbreaks? Acute epidemics of infectious malcode designed to actively spread from host to host / Goal: reduce impact of vulnerability Use software diversity to tolerate attack Exploit existing heterogeneity Junqueria et al, Surviving Internet Catastrophes, USENIX ’05 Create Artificial heterogeneity (hot topic) Forrest et al, Building Diverse Computer Systems, /


News and Notes 4/8 HW3 due date delayed to Tuesday 4/13 –will hand out HW4 on 4/13 also Today: finish up NW economics Tuesday 4/13 –another mandatory class.

Notes 4/8 HW3 due date delayed to Tuesday 4/13 –will hand out HW4 on 4/13 also Today: finish up NW economics Tuesday 4/13 –another mandatory class exercise –topic: evolutionary game theory Market Economies and Networks Networked Life CSE 112 Spring 2004 Prof. Michael Kearns Market/ Remarks A&D 1954 a mathematical tour-de-force –resolved and clarified a hundred of years of confusion –proof related to Nash’s; (n+1)-player game with “price player” Actual markets have been around for millennia –highly structured/


CSE 592 INTERNET CENSORSHIP (FALL 2015) LECTURE 09 PHILLIPA GILL – STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY.

CSE/ of speech in Iran grounded in their constitution Limits on topics ranging from religion, immorality, and politics State has well established mechanisms for policing/ ISPs in Iran are required to connect via the state- controlled Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) CONFLICTING GOALS Desire to encourage economic IT developments … … but /Web page) http://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4361 Performance degradation to limit free flow of information Relation to network neutrality discussions? Data reused from NDT tool (client initiated/


Topics In Social Computing (67810) Module 1 Introduction & The Structure of Social Networks.

to CSE moodle website) If you did not register to the course: make sure you register to the website (it may close to unregistered students at some point). Contacting me Please send course related emails to socomp@cs.huji.ac.il (not directly to/ Computer Science, Physics, Economics, Biology… Goals of the field – To understand social structure and dynamics making use of newly available data from computer systems – To utilize social structure and dynamics in our systems – To support organization & “computation”/


Introduction to Information Retrieval (Manning, Raghavan, Schutze) Chapter 19 Web search basics.

Relevance and validity of results UI – Simple, no clutter, error tolerant Trust – Results are objective Coverage of topics for polysemic queries Pre/Post process tools provided Mitigate user errors (auto spell check, search assist,…) Explicit: Search within results, more like this, refine... Anticipative: related searches Deal with idiosyncrasies Web specific vocabulary Impact on stemming, spell-check, etc Web addresses typed in the/


Jericho Middle School an Essential Elements School-to-Watch Presentation to NYSED Middle-Level Liaisons March 24, 2011 Donald Gately Principal, Jericho.

Students with Disabilities  0.8% Free/Red. Lunch/Economically Disadvantaged  1.5%English Learners Jericho Middle School NYS School-to-Watch Program Highlights: Academic Excellence  Standards-based benchmarks /Advisor (STA)  Liaisons to other staff  Student advocates  Coordinators of team activities  Support and promote SEL programs  Attendance at CST, CSE and 504 meetings  /students reflected on how the topics relate to the quote of the week, ‘We must be the change we want to see in the world’”. /


©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 3 Slide 1 Reminder of List-server To subscribe to the list: l 1. Send an to

economic consequence. l To explain four dimensions of dependability - availability, reliability, safety and security. l To explain that, to achieve dependability, you need to avoid mistakes, detect and remove errors and limit damage caused by failure. ©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 3 Slide 4 Topics/is related to the /cse.nd.edu/courses/cse532/www/handou ts.html ©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 3 Slide 49 Sample projects l Paintings: Static to/


Jericho Middle School an Essential Elements School-to-Watch New York State Middle School Association Annual Conference October 19, 2012 Maureen Clemente,

Disabilities  3% Free/Red. Lunch/Economically Disadvantaged  8%English Learners Jericho Middle School NYS School-to-Watch Program Highlights: Academic Excellence  Standards/to other staff  Student advocates  Coordinators of team activities  Support and promote SEL programs  Attendance at CST, CSE and 504 meetings  Weekly meetings with administration  Interdisciplinary Curriculum Maps Conversation Protocols Structure to/ the topics relate to the quote of the week, ‘We must be the change we want to see/


1 Air, Weather, and Climate. 2 Log In! Go to www.teachersdomain.orgwww.teachersdomain.org Create a user profile Login with your username and password.

the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) related topics on the next page and create a short/slide, using the CSE method of Literature Citation. Go to http://www.lib.duke/.edu/libguide/cite/works_cited.htm http://www.lib.duke.edu/libguide/cite/works_cited.htm Use BOTH online and print materials from the Media Center 50 points. 71 ENSO and… Cholera Dengue Rift Valley Fever Australian Encephalitis Malaria Economic Problems (find an affected country and report on how ENSO has caused economic/


Social inclusion research at NATSEM: recent findings and future plans Justine McNamara Presentation to Department of Planning and Community Development,

2001 and 2006 Census of Population and Housing 8 2006 CSE Index 9 2006 index - methodology Data: Australian 2006 Census/Analysis of characteristics, 2006 Index Note: Percentages shown here relate only to those children with valid data for that characteristic. Occupation/of economic disadvantage and advantage among older Australians National and small area analysis of impact of increase to / States State has input into research questions and their topics of interest. 28 Funding Social exclusion work was funded/


Topic: Urban Patterns & Processes Aim: What primary functions do cities serve? Do Now: Would you ever consider moving to a major city? Why or why not?

Topic: Urban Patterns & Processes Aim: What primary functions do cities serve? Do Now: Would you ever consider moving to/ speak to contrasts… Seoul, South Korea Hyderabad, India (the same one from your test!) - How does this relate to the concept of scale? Cities speak to changing /than twice as many people as 2 nd largest settlement. Most important urban areas economically, politically, and culturally. Tends to lack effective distribution of goods and services. Primate Cities: –Copenhagen, Denmark –London/cse


News and Notes, 2/17 New Kleinberg article added to SNT readings –Watts chapters plus four articles Homework 2 distributed today, due Feb 26 –heading towards.

–every edge appears entirely independently of existing structure But in many settings, the opposite is true: –you tend to meet new friends through your old friends –two web pages pointing to a third might share a topic –two companies selling goods to a third are in related industries Watts’ Caveman world: –overall density of edges is low –but two vertices with a common neighbor are/


From Brave New Unwired World to the Ever Smarter World ————————————— Opportunities for Internet Innovators North American IPv6 Global Summit June 25,

Time  Me: Customized, Relevant, Community, Permission, Presence, Multisession (most powerful, relates to ‘cool’ self image)  Money: M-commerce, Micropayments, M - banking, /Mobile Geolocation Source: Bill Griswold, CSE, UCSD Local Wi-Fi Can Be Linked/ Corporate Face Catalog, Look who’s calling, Personal publicity photo, image of topic)  Show me (remote eye, repairman, real estate)  Video calls /roaming billing system, this becomes roamable, and economically fungible.  Give citizens wireless broadband as /


Advanced Multimedia Intro to NLP & Web Retrieval Tamara Berg.

-Requisites You do not need to have taken CSE/ISE 334. You should be/relational databases and the World Wide Web Wikipedia Slide from Takis Metaxas Taxonomy of Web Queries 1. Navigational. The immediate intent is to reach a particular site. 2. Informational. The intent is to acquire some information assumed to/Informational Queries Want to find information about a particular topic. What is /Economics Scalability Legal issues Slide from William Y. Arms Web Searching: Architecture Build index Search Index to/


Digital Libraries: From Theory to Applications in Education and Business ICADL 2000 – Seoul, Korea December 7, 2000 Edward A. Fox

Lois DelcambreOregon Graduate Institutelmd@CSE.OGI.EDU Edward FoxVirginia / (e.g., distance, adjacency): 2D, vector, probability F Structures: relations, trees, nodes and arcs F Streams: sequences of items (text, audio/CI Services personalization CI Services topic-map registry CI Services query /to support this work are, however, independent of the both the type of content offered and the economic mechanisms surrounding that content, and promise to have much broader relevance in opening up access to/


Child Support 101 A Training Resource to Assist Mediators Understand the Basics of the U.S. Child Support Program and International Case Processing 1.

Match (also MSFIDM) FIDM State Disbursement Unit SDU 2 Topics Covered Overview of Child Support Program Services Provided International /Obligations Monitoring, Collecting, and Distributing Collections 5 CSE Core Mission: Locate Parents Establish Paternity Establish Orders/ every four years, and must update the economic data 15 Modification Child support does not automatically/at The Hague on November 23, 2007 Additional definitions related exclusively to Convention cases are in Article 7 “Record” means /


CSE241A: Introduction to Computing Circuitry (ECE260B: VLSI Integrated Circuits and Systems Design) Winter 2003 Lecture 02: Performance and Power Topics.

ECE 260 sequence; gives “what you need to know about devices, interconnects, blocks, design” for CSE CE students; gives first exposure to ASIC design process. Reading: Smith Chapter 1: Introduction to ASICs (types of ASICs, design flow, economics of ASICs, cell libraries) Smith Chapter 2/Power Three sources of leakage The dominant is the Source-to-Drain leakage current Even when VGS = 0, a small amount of charge is still present under the gate Exponentially related to the gate (and S/D) voltage Source/Drain /


Corresponding page number: Some of the slides have questions in red labeled PP. These questions are Class Participation Points for you to earn. Please.

Participation Points for you to earn. Please answer the PP questions on an 8 ½ X 11 sheet of paper. This sheet needs to have your name, CSE 3801 Ethics, and today/IRE ” 4 TH E DITION C H.1 - U NWRAPPING THE G IFT TOPICS. 3 1 Intro to Ethics Review from Book Corresponding page number: “In a way not seen since / relations and as a marketing tool.  Generosity and public service flourish on the Web. Many people share their expertise just because they want to. C HANGE AND U NEXPECTED D EVELOPMENTS 16-17 Intro to/


Session F4G - Computing Curricula: Computer Engineering Panel: Pradip K. Srimani, Clemson University David L. Soldan, Kansas State University John Impagliazzo,

Contrast of Verification, Testing, and Reliability (1 hour) DSV11: Configuration Control, Bug Tracking, Regression Testing (2 hours) DSV12: Economics of Verification (2 hours) IEEE CS/ACM Computing Curricula - Computer Engineering41 Digital Systems Engineering: Signal Integrity (DSI) DSI0: /Yet to be defined IEEE CS/ACM Computing Curricula - Computer Engineering43 CSE 3: Life Cycle [core] Minimum core coverage : 2 hours Topics: 1.Nature of life cycle, role of life cycle model. Quality in relation to the/


© 2015. All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable 1 Landscape Restoration Team Meeting 51 – GoTo Meeting February 11, 2015.

to lead with Tony) Oct. 2010 to 2025 1.Includes work done by sub-teams: Social & Economic Monitoring Team (Kathie), Wildlife Team (Rick & Lynne), Understory Team (Paula), Spatial Heterogeneity Team (Kristen); Stand Reconstruction Team (Peter); LCC Monitoring (Jenny, closed); Operationalizing Adaptive Management Team (Rob) 2.This LR team is currently only focused on topics related to/next 3 weeks 2.Rob: run FVS model to show if fire regime likely to have been changed (using CSE data pre- and post), by May 12,/


SCHOOL FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SHRD) Department of Entrepreneurship and Procurement HEE 4108 :ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT THEORY Prof. Henry.

is designed to teach about the history and theories of entrepreneurship and clearly differentiate between entrepreneurship and related theories such as economics and management theories Course objectives At the end of the course students are expected to: i)/To think for a living – To make a large impact on something – To be your own boss Flexible hours Flexible pace Flexible topicTo travel – To constantly learn and attack new challenges – To make decent money 11/06/201614 So, what does PhD entail??? To/


Slide 1 Lived/worked throughout US and Asia. UNR Grad 2008 Founder: Fuelcell Startup, Sold in 2008Software Developer Founder: Armor/camou startup, Acting.

a new way of doing business with an unreasonable expectation of success.” Bootcamp: How to take a TOPIC and create a business. Boot Camp 2009 CSE Senior Project Topics - August 31, 2009 Slide 6 Coffee Biofuel UNR ID #: UNR08-002 Title: / the economic equivalence of improving milk yield by roughly 200 pounds per cow/year. Dr. Liu has discovered Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) genetic markers from Y-chromosome- related genes that allow animal breeders/producers to haplotype high fertility, low fertility/


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