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ISBN 0-321-49362-1 Chapter 1 Preliminaries. Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-2 Chapter 1 Topics Reasons for Studying Concepts of.

Methods Programming Environments Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-3 Reasons for Studying Concepts of Programming Languages Increased ability to express ideas Improved background for choosing appropriate languages Increased/of references to the field? –Are elliptical references allowed Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-283 Definition of Records COBOL uses level numbers to show nested records; others use recursive definition Record Field References 1. COBOL /


제목 서강대학교 교수학습센터 부소장 정유성 Chatper 4: What is Area Studies ? October 05, 2015 Prof. Dr. Kyu Young LEE.

surface inhabited by human collectivities, more or less marked off from other collectivities by virtue of the fact that they constitute relatively autonomous fields of human interaction among various life-realms. Defining Area and Area Studies 14 Kenneth Prewitts definition: “Area studies is not just a loose alliance of anthropologists, historians, linguists and political scientists who know a second language and who happen to/


First Data Structure Definition A data structure is a data type whose components are smaller data structures and/or simple data types.

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The Science of Psychology Chapter 1. Chapter 1 Learning Objective Menu LO 1.1 Definition and goals of psychology LO 1.2 Structuralism and functionalism.

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more socially sensitive and culturally appropriate Cultural anthropologists also study art, religion, migration, marriage, family…and MORE Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2008 Research Approaches in the Four Fields Anthropology has been called “the most humane of /other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.” Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2008 More Recent Definition of Culture United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) – 2002 Culture is the "set of distinctive /


Politics Concepts for comparative study. Goals of this presentation You should be able to identify the study of politics and distinguish it from other.

and deal with their conflicts authoritatively by means of government” (Text, page 30) In the text, Sodaro proposes the definition of politics as “the process by which communities pursue collective goals and deal with their conflicts authoritatively by means of government/we often ask the question: what is the role of government in the distribution of resources? (this is the field of study that is called political economy. When we compare it across nations, we call it comparative political economy) Conflict /


Centrifuge A methodological figuration An approach to study mediated subjectivations in social movements August 2010 Marion Hamm Lucerne University (Switzerland)

and new media. Grasping media variety Variety of movements‘ media use requires wide notion of media Media ethnography definitions too technical –Communication media –Transport media –Storage media Bachmann/Wittel excludes alternative media –Mass media (one to/ practices. To place the researcher both inside and outside the field To remind the researcher that she produces situated knowledge End of story Case studies for space Several euromayday cities: the local specificity (syntagmatic analysis/


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Social Studies: Think Globally, Act Locally PowerPoint Slides to be used in conjunction with the Facilitator’s Guide.

Goal and Objectives Set the Course: A Look at Global Education Defining Global Education Tools to Support Global Studies: A Field Trip Elementary Activity: Teddy Bear Project Elementary Activity: Shirts and Shoes Session Agenda, continued Elementary Activity: /continued 2.Merryfield combined the features advanced by global scholars into an inclusive global education definition, the most up-to-date framework in the field today. It has eight elements: human beliefs and values, global systems, global issues /


Centrifuge A methodological figuration An approach to study mediated subjectivations in social movements 6. August 2010 Marion Hamm Lucerne University.

and new media. Grasping media variety Variety of movements‘ media use requires wide notion of media Media ethnography definitions too technical –Communication media –Transport media –Storage media Bachmann/Wittel excludes alternative media –Mass media (one to/ practices. To place the researcher both inside and outside the field To remind the researcher that she produces situated knowledge End of story Case studies for space Several euromayday cities: the local specificity (syntagmatic analysis/


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Magnets and Magnetic Fields

Magnets and Magnetic Fields Magnetism Magnets and Magnetic Fields We studied electric forces and electric fields yesterday… Now we study magnetism and magnetic fields. Rather than defining magnetism, we begin by discussing properties of magnetic materials. Recall how there / will curl in the direction of B. Force on an Electric Current in a Magnetic Field; Definition of B As seen above, an electric current gives rise to a magnetic field, which must exert a force on a magnet. Does a magnet exert a force on/


What is a Case Study? John Gerring Purpose of this paper

which this method would be the most useful Definitions Unit Case Case Study Method A spatially bounded phenomenon observed at a /studies Triangulate different data sources Use member checking to determine accuracy of findings Convey findings using rich, thick description Clarify bias Present negative or discrepant information Spend prolonged time in the field Use peer debriefing to enhance accuracy Use an external auditor to enhance accuracy Chapter 10: Mixed Methods Approaches Understanding a definition/


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theory provides a language to describe precisely many similar phenomena that occur in different mathematical fields.... a general theory of structures …” (AHS). Such study often enables us to discern structural features common to seemingly quite disparate concrete structures. /with the use of forgetful functors, we may abstract from differentiability and even continuity in order to give definitions that apply to a much wider class of theories, to which the concepts of continuity and differentiability may/


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lives and assume the role of successful adults in our society.” (Field, Martin, Miller, Ward & Wehmeyer, 1998, p. 2) High School Students’ Definitions of Self-Determination Self-determination is taking charge. Self-determination is being/engagement in the activities (Watanbe & Sturmey, 2003). Research on Components of Self-Determination A meta-analysis of 213 studies on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) found that students who participated in SEL instruction performed significantly higher on standardized /


R. Husar 1992 ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATICS (1) Draft outline of a discipline devoted to the study of environmental information: creation, storage, access,

, textbooks, college courses, research groups and funding agencies. ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATICS, EI A tentative definition of EI is: The study of environmental information and its use in decision making, education and science. EI focuses on the environmental field, rather then on computers and the technology. Its approach is to systematically study environmental information, as branches of science, engineering and technology. Much of the presentation below/


Understand the field of Psychology as you learn about how to apply the theories to your own life to improve yourself and your relationships with others!

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SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING IN THE FIELD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR, FOOD PROCESSING AND SAFETY"

and threats outlined in the Scenario The result expected from Scenario development is definition of the main directions of scientific research in the field of SDASPFS in Kazakhstan for the period till 2030 4 5 GLOBAL CHALLENGES,/ physiological development of each agroekotype. Environmental selection (including shuttle) to include natural and climatic diversity of Kazakhstan. Studying the phenomenon of genotype environment at different levels: 1) international variety testing (actually the best analogues); 2/


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more about the strategies, resources, and approaches used by various disciplines. The definition of multidisciplinary field: An interdisciplinary field: is a field of study that crosses traditional boundaries between academic disciplines or schools of thought, as new needs/ experience working together, usually on an ongoing basis. Professionals often use the word discipline to mean a field of study, such as medicine, social work, or education. They also enhance the professional skills and knowledge of /


1 Class 1 Concept Development and Concept Definitions September 20, 2007 Anita L. Stewart, Ph.D. Institute for Health & Aging University of California,

status u Functioning and well-being u Quality of life u Health-related quality of life 16 Definition Varies by Perspective Health Bench scientist Individual Population science Clinician 17 Perspectives on Health Bench ScientistClinicianIndividual Molecular,/ Conceptual Framework Develop concept Create item pool Pretest/revise Field survey Psychometric analyses Final measures ?? Stewart et al., Milbank Quart, 1999 45 Second Round of IPC Studies u Dissatisfied with resulting framework –Not able to measure/


Ethnography Qualitative Research Methods. Ethnography History & Definition Roots traced back to late 19 th century anthropologists who engaged in participant.

that can only emerge from spending a lengthy amount of time intimately studying and living in a particular social setting (Van Maanen, 1982, p. 103-104) Ethnography History & Definition 4. Must use the lens of culture to understand the phenomenon being/one time and of one cohort w/ another over the course of observation Ethnography Methodological Issues 7. Developing analysis of field data/5 ways to test emerging hypotheses 2. replication of responses 3. careful revision of negative or deviant cases leading/


Definitions of Research  Good defines research as a “cheerful, critical, disciplined inquiry, varying in technique and method according to the nature.

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1 Lecture 4 Ethnographic Study and Cultural Interpretation of Schools and Classrooms EDM 6402 Qualitative Method in Educational Research Lecture 4 Ethnographic.

but only as sensitizing and focusing devices assisting researchers at the outset to ground their footings on the field. Perspectives in Cultural Interpretations of Schools and Classroom: Preliminary Inquiry 12 Concepts of anthropological perspective in school/social relations in order to construct and maintain our cultural lives. Accordingly, ethnographic study as endeavor of cultural interpretation is by definition a study of the symbolic work organized, constituted and practiced within a "native" society./


The Science of Psychology Chapter 1. Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 1 Learning Objective Menu LO 1.1 Definition.

Gestalt – “good figure” psychology. Started with Wertheimer, who studied sensation and perception. Gestalt ideas are now part of the study of cognitive psychology, a field focusing not only on perception but also on learning, memory, thought/variable to see if corresponding changes in behavior result, allowing the determination of cause-and-effect relationships. Operational definition - definition of a variable of interest that allows it to be directly measured. Independent variable (IV) - variable/


An Empirical Study of Reported Bugs in Server Software with Implications for Automated Bug Diagnosis Swarup Kumar Sahoo, John Criswell, Vikram Adve Department.

28 Outline Motivation and Findings Methodology and Limitations Definitions and Terminology Classification of Software Bugs Analysis of Multiple Input Bugs Concurrency Bugs Implications Conclusions and Future Work 29 Study of Concurrency Bugs Found very few (3) / year Selected a set of bugs from bugzilla with a set of filters –Status field with RESOLVED / VERIFIED / CLOSE –Resolution field with FIXED –Severity field with anything other than TRIVIAL / ENHANCEMENT Randomly selected a set of bugs from the/


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) The Conception of Meaning in Hermeneutic Tradition zThe meanings of hermeneutics: yPaul Ricoeur’s provides a working definition of hermeneutics as follow: “Hermeneutics is the theory of the operations of understanding in the relation to the/to arrange their experiences in meaningful (consistent, coherent, and continuous) manners. Representations: The Fields of Historical-Hermeneutic Studies z…..“representations…include yRelics and historical documents: It refers to the representations meanings form the /


Magnetism Magnets and Magnetic Fields We will study ferromagnetism in this lecture. It is so named because many ferromagnetic materials (including the.

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Some Examples of Network Analysis Ethnography of a group undergoing fission Network study of overlapping friendship groups in school Collaborative ties.

school attachment Evolution of biotech industry where structural cohesion predicts collaborative tie formation Sociological definitions and examples Longitudinal Network Studies and Predictive Social Cohesion Theory D.R. WHITE, University of California Irvine, BCS/(Egypt) http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/White-Jorion1992.pdf Conclusion It is possible to construct a field of conceptual ethnography where cognition, social structure, and culture are integrated. Cognition ‘counts upon’ the social network/


CLASSES : A DEEPER LOOK Chapter 9 Part I 1. 2 OBJECTIVES In this chapter you will learn: How to use a preprocessor wrapper to prevent multiple definition.

output is more than 2 characters positions wide, the field width is extended to accommodate the entire value. setw is applied only to the next value displayed (setw is a “nonsticky” setting) 13 14 9.2 Time Class Case Study (Cont.) Member function declared in a class definition but defined outside that class definition Still within the class’s scope Known only to other/


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Modeling Textual Definition Contents With BFO 2.0 and Creating Related Linguistic/NLP Resources Selja Seppälä October 29, 2014 NCBO Webinar Series.

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1 Lecture 11: Individual Variation. 2 The biological importance of individual variation has recently been reemphasized in the fields of comparative physiology,

-86. 8 Behavioral ecologists also recently became interested in animal personality. Different definitions of animal personality have emerged in this field. Under the broad definition of personality, any repeatable behavior can technically be termed a personality trait,/ traits are correlated with a third variable … One candidate would be testosterone levels 60 A possible experimental study: Does testosterone (T) manipulation affect locomotor abilities and/or social dominance? Use silastic implants of T to/


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ICT FOR SAFE DIGITAL CITY Bologna, June 28, 2006 EMF-NET - EFFECTS OF THE EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS: FROM SCIENCE TO PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFER WORKPLACE.

experts  Main Tasks:  Analysis of existing reports and activities  Identification and definition of Scientific Key Issues and Interpretation Key Issues  Preparation of the Interpretation Reports /fields  Prospective cohort studies of mobile phone users  Studies on potential health risks from long-term use of mobile phones by children  ELF magnetic fieldsStudies relevant to assess possible causality between ELF magnetic fields and cancer  Static magnetic fields  IF electromagnetic fields/


Research Methods Themes of Pychology. Research Methods (Table of Contents) Experimental Method – Variables, operational definitions, etc. (4-13) Variables,

. Your Turn Psychological VariableOperational Definition Agression Stress Reading Ability Depression Types of Experiments Laboratory Experiment The research manipulates the IV and controls any variables extraneous (or irrelevant) to the study. Takes place in a / of research taking place 3. Important features of an experiment are maintained (IV, DV and CVs) Field Experiment Disadvantages 1. Difficulties in controlling the situation and therefore a greater possibility of extraneous variables influencing the/


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satisfy those wants and needs are limited and scarce. Introduction to Economics What is Economics? Scarcity - definition: something is scarce when it is both desirable and limited. Not all goods are scarce. Some goods/ ·prices Microeconomics vs. Macroeconomics Introduction to Economics What is Economics? Two fields of Economic study: Micro and Macro Economics is divided into two main fields of study Microeconomics: Studies the behaviors of INDIVIDUALS within an economy: Consumers and producers in particular /


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in-group loyalty & out-group hostility is made of 3 features: SOCIAL CATEGORISATION SOCIAL IDENTIFICATION SOCIAL COMPARISON (SEE DEFINITIONS OF THESE TERMS ABOVE) Social Identity Theory (continued) Social identity theory is illustrated by the research carried out/ of people, therefore, the study might be considered fairly good in terms of population validity. Reliability: the study was run 22 times with similar results, and the procedure was standardised. However, a field experiment has limited control over /


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Indicators Guide to Measuring the Information Society Framework for Biotechnology Statistics Productivity manual DEFINITIONS all fields of science and technology ie. NS and SSH. STA: Definition Scientific and Technological Activities (STA) can be defined as all systematic activities / Other activities Post-graduate students 1. Course work for formal qualification. 2. Performing and writing up independent studies (R&D projects) required for formal qualification 4. Teaching at levels lower than level 6 3. Any/


Measuring Science, Technology and Innovation (STI): Definitions from a statistical perspective Regional Workshop on Science, Technology and Innovation.

Indicators Guide to Measuring the Information Society Framework for Biotechnology Statistics Productivity manual DEFINITIONS all fields of science and technology i.e. NS and SSH. STA: Definition Scientific and Technological Activities (STA) can be defined as all systematic activities/ Other activities Post-graduate students 1. Course work for formal qualification. 2. Performing and writing up independent studies (R&D projects) required for formal qualification 4. Teaching at levels lower than level 6 3. Any /


Definition and realisation of modeling methods and motion computation algorithms for virtual humans Nicolas Pronost Advisor :Bruno Arnaldi Co-advisor :Georges.

reference frame left femur reference frame left tibia reference frame right tibia reference frame 3 rotations 1 rotation Nicolas Pronost – Definition and realisation of modeling methods and motion computation algorithms for virtual humans 25 Why use this model ? Application field in paleoanthropology Study of the bipedalism of fossilised hominids Australopithecus afarensis Lucy (A.L. 288-1) pictures – courtesy of G. Berillon Nicolas Pronost/


Principles of Ecology Bio C2.

Principles of Ecology Organisms and their Environment A. Sharing the world 1. Studying Nature B. What is ecology? 1. Definition of ecology 2. Ecological research C. The Biosphere Principles of Ecology The / Resource Organism Example: Mold growing in ceiling tiles of a building causing allergies Non-Examples: Ecosystem Ecosystem Characteristics: Definition: TYPES: Terrestrial: forest, field meadow, yard, rotting log Aquatic: Freshwater or Marine Other: Human Body, Buildings, or Food Habitat Niche Resource/


Locomotor Training Interventions to Improve Neurological Outcomes after SCI Summary of a Research Synthesis Shepherd Center Study Group 1 Shepherd Center.

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Consistency Analysis. (Developed technology scenarios are analyzed for their consistancy with the previosly developed remanufacturing field scenarios. Technology Scenarios Main Activity 3: Sub Activity: Technology scenario comparison Main Activity 3: Sub/ Scope definition 1 Scope Definition – Product System and scenarios for the comparison Comparative LCA Main Activity 14: Sub Activity: Comparative LCA, Scope definition 1 Main Activity 14: Sub Activity: Comparative LCA, Scope definition 2 This study was /


Getting to Know Your FSL Nine-Year Program of Studies with Michelle De Abreu Developed by ERLC/ARPDC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support.

(Pages 4-8, 2004 French as a second language, Nine-Year program of studies (Grade 4 to 12) Front Matter: Definition of Outcomes  Defines general and specific outcomes  Describes cyclical organization of outcomes  Describes role of fields of experience (Pages 9, 2004 French as a second language, Nine-Year program of studies (Grade 4 to 12) Pause Any comments or questions? Structure of the/


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