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Is There Life After Partington? (essay book review)
Pierre Laszlo
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2004,
Abstract: essay book review of Is There Life After Partington?
The Play of Boys: Oliver Sacks' "Uncle Tungsten. Memories of a Chemical Boyhood" (New York 2001) (essay book review)
Pierre Laszlo
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2002,
Abstract: essay book review of The Play of Boys: Oliver Sacks' "Uncle Tungsten. Memories of a Chemical Boyhood" (New York 2001)
Metaphors Chemists Live By: Theodore L. Brown's Making Truth. Metaphors in Science, (Champaign, IL, 2003) (essay book review)
Pierre Laszlo
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2004,
Abstract: essay book review of Metaphors Chemists Live By: Theodore L. Brown's Making Truth. Metaphors in Science, (Champaign, IL, 2003)
Thoughts on Aesthetics and Visualization (essay)
Roald Hoffmann
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2003,
Abstract: essay of Thoughts on Aesthetics and Visualization
The Bell Curve: An Essay Review  [cached]
John C. Culbertson
Education Policy Analysis Archives , 1995,
Abstract: Occasionally a book out of academia will break from scholarly circles and enter into the mainstream market. On even rarer occasions, it will gain considerable notoriety before its initial publication. Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray's The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life is such a book. Currently, it has entered the New York Times best- sellers list and appeared in most academic and mainstream periodical book reviews. Direct publicity for the book has also been strong. Although Herrnstein died September 24 of the past year, Murray has appeared on many popular television and radio talk shows.
An Essay about Indigenous Methodology
Jelena Porsanger
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 2004,
Abstract: In this essay the author intends to articulate methodological issues, which are primarily important for indigenous researchers in the light of the indigenous perspective.
An Essay about Indigenous Methodology  [cached]
Jelena Porsanger
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 2004,
Abstract: In this essay the author intends to articulate methodological issues, which are primarily important for indigenous researchers in the light of the indigenous perspective.
Are Essay Grades Fair?  [cached]
Archer, Leonora
College Forum , 1980,
Abstract: The Bahamian national examination, the BJC, given at the end of junior high school is used by the majority of educators as a basis for selection of students into higher level courses. Most BJC examinations include essay-type questions, however it has been noted that English Language examinations allocate more than 50% of the total marks to questions requiring essay-type answers. This research was undertaken to determine whether the essay test provides a reliable measure of the free writing ability of junior high students. It sought to answer the following questions: i) do marks given for an essay test vary when the scripts are graded by different examiners? ii) would marks given for an essay test vary when different topics were given to the same students? and iii) would marks given for an essay vary when different marking schemes were used?
Essay on mesoscopic and quantum brain  [PDF]
H. C. Rosu
Physics , 1994,
Abstract: In the pure essay style (no mathematical formulas), I present a number of speculative reflections and suggestions on possible applications of mesoscopic methods and of quantum mechanical concepts to as such a complex system as the human brain. As an initial guide for this essay I used ``The Emperor's New Mind" of Roger Penrose
A Critical Review of "Automatic Patch Generation Learned from Human-Written Patches": Essay on the Problem Statement and the Evaluation of Automatic Software Repair  [PDF]
Martin Monperrus
Computer Science , 2014, DOI: 10.1145/2568225.2568324
Abstract: At ICSE'2013, there was the first session ever dedicated to automatic program repair. In this session, Kim et al. presented PAR, a novel template-based approach for fixing Java bugs. We strongly disagree with key points of this paper. Our critical review has two goals. First, we aim at explaining why we disagree with Kim and colleagues and why the reasons behind this disagreement are important for research on automatic software repair in general. Second, we aim at contributing to the field with a clarification of the essential ideas behind automatic software repair. In particular we discuss the main evaluation criteria of automatic software repair: understandability, correctness and completeness. We show that depending on how one sets up the repair scenario, the evaluation goals may be contradictory. Eventually, we discuss the nature of fix acceptability and its relation to the notion of software correctness.
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