Kirk Scott

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Most computing programs now have some form of integrative or capstone course in which students undertake a significant project under supervision. There are many different models for such courses and conducting these courses is a complex task. This report is intended to assist instructors of capstone courses, particularly those new to the model of teaching(More)
OBJECTIVE To test a life-course model of cognitive reserve in dementia and examine if school grades around age 10 years, formal educational attainment, and lifetime occupational complexity affect the risk of dementia in old age. METHODS 7,574 men and women from the Uppsala Birth Cohort Multigenerational Study were followed for 21 years. Information on(More)
This article compares and contrasts male immigrant labor market experiences in Sweden and Denmark during the period 1985-1995. Using register-based panel data sets from Sweden and Denmark, a picture of the employment assimilation process of immigrants from Norway, Poland, Turkey, and Iran is brought forth. The comparative approach shows that immigrants in(More)
Given a set of training data, nearest neighbor classification predicts the class value for an unknown tuple X by searching the training set for the k nearest neighbors to X and then classifying X according to the most frequent class among the k neighbors. Each of the k nearest neighbors casts an equal vote for the class of X. In this paper, we propose a new(More)
"One person's noise is another person's signal". Outlier detection is used to clean up datasets and also to discover useful anomalies, such as criminal activities in electronic commerce, computer intrusion attacks, terrorist threats, agricultural pest infestations, etc. Thus, outlier detection is critically important in the information-based society. This(More)
This article compares and contrasts male immigrant labor market experiences in Sweden and Denmark during the period 1985-1995. Using register-based panel data sets from Sweden and Denmark, a picture of the employment assimilation process of immigrants from Norway, Poland, and Turkey, is brought forth. The comparative approach shows that immigrants in Sweden(More)
Working papers of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research receive only limited review. Views or opinions expressed in working papers are attributable to the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Institute. Abstract This paper investigates the impact of labour-market attachment on entry into motherhood for foreign-born women in(More)
Sweden was the world leader in population aging for a good portion of the twentieth century. during that century, the share of the elderly doubled in Sweden, with 18 percent aged 65 years and older in year 2000. while no longer at the forefront of population aging, the country's share of elderly is still very high and is estimated to increase to 26 percent(More)