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The challenge of knowledge soup

  
In Research Trends in Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (May 2006), pp. 55-90

Abstract

People have a natural desire to organize, classify, label, and define the things, events, and patterns of their daily lives. But their best-laid plans are overwhelmed by the inevitable change, growth, innovation, progress, evolution, diversity, and entropy. These rapid changes, which create difficulties for people, are far more disruptive for the fragile databases and knowledge bases in computer systems. The term knowledge soup better characterizes the fluid, dynamically changing nature of the information that people learn, reason about, act upon, and ...

 

Top tips to make your research irreproducible

  
(8 Apr 2015)

Abstract

It is an unfortunate convention of science that research should pretend to be reproducible; our top tips will help you mitigate this fussy conventionality, enabling you to enthusiastically showcase your irreproducible work. [Excerpt] [...] Irreproducibility is the default setting for all of science, and irreproducible research is particularly common across the computational sciences. [...] By following our starter tips, you can ensure that if your work is wrong, nobody will be able to check it; if it is correct, you will make everyone else do disproportionately ...

 

The Ironies of Automation: Still Going Strong at 30?

  
In Proceedings of the 30th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (2012), pp. 65-71, https://doi.org/10.1145/2448136.2448149

Abstract

[Motivation] Bainbridge highlighted some of the ironies of automation 30 years ago and identified possible solutions. Society is now highly dependent on complex technological systems, so we assess our performance in addressing the ironies in these systems. [Research approach] A critical reflection on the original ironies of automation, followed by a review of three domains where technology plays a critical role using case studies to identify where ironies persist. [Findings/Design] The reliability and speed of technology have improved, but the ironies ...

 

Dealing with ghosts: Managing the user experience of autonomic computing

  
IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 42, No. 1. (2003), pp. 177-188, https://doi.org/10.1147/sj.421.0177

Abstract

Although the goal of autonomic computing is to make systems that work continuously, robustly, and simply, no one imagines that people can be excluded entirely. Whether it is end-users getting their jobs done by interacting with autonomic systems or system administrators maintaining, monitoring, and debugging large-scale systems with autonomic components, humans will always be part of the computational process. As autonomic systems become part of the computing infrastructure, new demands will be placed on all users. How do users understand what ...

 

Ironies of automation

  
Automatica, Vol. 19, No. 6. (November 1983), pp. 775-779, https://doi.org/10.1016/0005-1098(83)90046-8

Abstract

This paper discusses the ways in which automation of industrial processes may expand rather than eliminate problems with the human operator. Some comments will be made on methods of alleviating these problems within the ‘classic’ approach of leaving the operator with responsibility for abnormal conditions, and on the potential for continued use of the human operator for on-line decision-making within human-computer collaboration. ...

 

(INRMM-MiD internal record) List of keywords of the INRMM meta-information database - part 3

  
(February 2014)
Keywords: apennines   aphid   aphis-pomi   apl   apmv-transmission   approximate-dynamic-programming   apriona-germari   aqua-modis   aquatic-invertebrate-shredders   aradus-cinnamommeus   araucaria-angustifolia   araucaria-araucana   araucaria-bidwillii   araucaria-heterophylla   araucaria-montana   araucaria-spp   arboriculture   arbutus-canariensis   arbutus-menziesii   arbutus-spp   arbutus-unedo   arctic-region   arctostaphylos-uva-ursi   ardity   argania-spinosa   argentina   argive-plain   arid-climate   arid-region   aridity   arion-lusitanicus   aristolochia-arborea   armillaria-spp   array-atomic-variables   array-of-agents   array-of-factors   array-of-sectors   array-of-users   array-programming   arsenic   arthropods   artic-region   artic-sea-ice   artificial-intelligence   artificial-neural-network   artificial-neural-networks   artocarpus-altilis   artocarpus-heterophyllus   arvicola-spp   arxiv   asia   aspidosperma-cruentum   aspidosperma-myristicifolium   asplenium-spp   assessment   associated-microorganisms   association-genetics   associations   asteraceae   asynchronous-change   atmosphere   atmospheric-circulation   atriplex-halimus   atriplex-nummularia   atta-cephalotes   auc   australia   austria   austrocedrus-chilensis   authorship   autoecology   automatic-knowledge-generation   automatic-knowledge-mapping   automation   automation-irony   autonomic-computing   autoregressive-model   avicennia-germinans   avifauna   awk   azadirachta-indica   azerbaijan   azolla-spp   bacillus-thuringiensis   back-propagation-networks   bacteria   bacterial-canker   bacterial-diseases   bacterial-wood-degradation   bactris-gasipaes   bactrocera-invadens   bactrocera-oleae   baikiaea-plurijuga   balanites-aegyptiaca   balkan-peninsula   balkan-region   balkans   bangladesh   banksia-grandis   inrmm-list-of-tags  

Abstract

List of indexed keywords within the transdisciplinary set of domains which relate to the Integrated Natural Resources Modelling and Management (INRMM). In particular, the list of keywords maps the semantic tags in the INRMM Meta-information Database (INRMM-MiD). [\n] The INRMM-MiD records providing this list are accessible by the special tag: inrmm-list-of-tags ( http://mfkp.org/INRMM/tag/inrmm-list-of-tags ). ...

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Meta-information Database (INRMM-MiD).
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