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Observations: Changes in Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground
Contributing Authors: J. Box (USA), D. Bromwich (USA), R. Brown (Canada), J.G. Cogley (Canada), J. Comiso (USA), M. Dyurgerov (Sweden, USA), B. Fitzharris (New Zealand), O. Frauenfeld (USA, Austria),Expand
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The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science
The Copenhagen Diagnosis is a summary of the global warming peer reviewed science since 2007. Produced by a team of 26 scientists led by the University of New South Wales Climate Research Centre, theExpand
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The science of climate change: questions and answers
Earth’s climate has changed over the past century. The atmosphere and oceans have warmed, sea levels have risen, and glaciers and ice sheets have decreased in size. The best available evidenceExpand
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Metamorphic Limestones of the Great Glen Area: Comments
SIRS Rock et al. (1984)-highlighted the problems of assigning the limestones of the Great Glen to the Lewisian, Moinian or Dalradian but preferred to leave them unaffiliated. Following Drever (1936,Expand
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Enhanced cloud patterns: A case studyof multi-tenancy patterns
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This paper applies our existing catalogue template to the cloud multi-tenancy patterns, in particular the tenant-isolated and dedicated component pattern, and demonstrates its applicability with a local company software application. Expand
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Learning to Improve Software Processes: Making Sense of Practice
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Software Process Improvement (SPI) programs are frequently considered to be planned in nature. Expand
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Utilising buffer management to manage uncertainty and focus improvement
Production planning and control (PPC on the one hand achieving an optimal plan and on the other ensuring reliable execution of that plan. Demand and process variability underlie this tension andExpand
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Towards an Agile Approach to Software Process Improvement: Addressing the Changing Needs of Software Products
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This paper highlights the need for greater agility and flexibility in the process improvement activity. Expand
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Cloud deployment patterns: migrating a database driven application to the cloud using design patterns
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This research compares the format, structure and notations of previous object oriented design patterns with a recent cloud computing design pattern, a variant of multi-tenancy pattern. Expand
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