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  • Solis, Carlos; Canos, Jose H.; Borges, Marcos R.S. (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    Collaborative writing and editing typically use annotations to coordinate edition tasks, comment the content, add relevant references, or clarify confusing content. Despite that wikis are among the most widely used hypertext ...
  • Oates, Briony June; Fitzgerald, Brian (Blackwell Publishing Limited, 2007)
    Conventional methods have been criticized for their positivist philosophy and for either ignoring the organizational context of information systems development (ISD) or using only a simplistic, machine-based conceptual ...
  • Burke, Kevin; MacKenzie, Gilbert (IWSM, 2012)
    It is well known that the proportional hazards (PH) assumption is a simplifying assumption in survival analysis that may not always be appropriate. However, PH models are routinely fitted and inference is made on the ...
  • Halpin, Brendan (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2012)
    As holistic analysis of life-course sequences becomes more common, using optimal matching (OM) and other approaches the problem of missing data becomes more serious. Longitudinal data is prone to missingness in ways that ...
  • Connelly, Michael J.; Szecowka, Przemyslaw M.; Jallapuram, Raghavendra; Martin, Suzanne; Toal, Vincent; Whelan, Maurice P. (Optical Society of America, 2008)
    A laser Doppler vibrometer (LDV) is described in which holographic optical elements are used to provide the interferometer reference and object illumination beams. A complementary metal-oxide semiconductor camera, incorporating ...
  • Dusparic, Ivana; Cahill, Vinny (IFAAMAS, 2009)
    This paper addresses the challenge of multi-policy optimization in decentralized autonomic systems. We evaluate several multi-policy reinforcement learning-based optimization techniques in an urban tra c control simulation, ...
  • Gunning, Robert D.; O'Sullivan, Catriona; Ryan, Kevin M. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010)
    A multi rate kinetic model to explain the spontaneous oriented attachment of CdS nanorods in the presence of an amine is presented. The model demonstrates the reasons that elongation is restricted to a maximum of quadruple ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    Murray Papers--In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...
  • Unknown author (2011-11-10)
    MURRAY PAPERS In this issue we begin the publication of a guide to the papers of Dr Daniel Murray (1768-1852), during his reign as archbishop of Dublin from 1823 to 1852. These papers constitute a source of prime importance ...

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