Greg Borchers

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This paper is based on our experiences in trying to apply software engineering practices to development projects staffed by developers from three distinct cultures; Japan, India, and the United States. The development of commercial software products has always been difficult. The standard balancing act that occurs between features, schedules, and resources(More)
The structural investigation of noncrystalline, soft biological matter using x-rays is of rapidly increasing interest. Large-scale x-ray sources, such as synchrotrons and x-ray free electron lasers, are becoming ever brighter and make the study of such weakly scattering materials more feasible. Variants of coherent diffractive imaging (CDI) are particularly(More)
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