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where he has taught since 1998. Previously, he taught at the State University of New York at Cortland, where he served as chair of the department of economics from 1991 to 1993. His areas of specialization include public policy, public finance, international economics, economic development , and comparative economics. In the past he has evaluated the(More)
OBJECTIVE To create an electronic procedural logbook with enhanced user interactivity and usefulness as an educational resource. DESCRIPTION From our own work on electronic student logbooks and other studies, it is clear that compliance with complete and valid data entry remains a challenge. Without direct and visible benefit, students are reluctant to(More)
High performance superscalar architectures used to exploit instruction level parallelism in single-thread applications have become too complex and too power hungry for the many-core processors era. We propose a new architecture that uses multiple latency-tolerant in-order cores to improve single-thread performance, without requiring complex out-of-order(More)
Typically viewed as competing design approaches, this paper illustrates how claims and personas can be used together in user interface design. Our combined approach is exemplified in the development of a notification system called NotiFly. We introduce the idea of claims-based personas as a design tool in a scenario-based approach. Following a discussion of(More)
The evidence base underpinning paediatric palliative care (PPC) needs to be expanded and be made robust if advances in practice and reduction in suffering are to be achieved. While current guidance 1 emphasises the need to include children and young people (CYP), both those with good health and those with life-limiting conditions (LLCs) or life-threatening(More)
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