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Ways of Knowing, Doing, and Writing in the Disciplines.
One way of helping faculty understand the integral role of writing in their various disciplines is to present disciplines as ways of doing, which links ways of knowing and writing in the disciplines.Expand
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Interconnection in Network Industries
Recent deregulation of telecommunications in the U.S. and elsewhere has highlighted the importance of interconnection in network industries. In this paper, we analyse interconnection in a deregulatedExpand
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Symbiotic production: The case of telecommunication pricing
In this paper we analyze a generalization of vertical monopolies in which monopoly suppliers trade essential inputs with one another. The most obvious applications of the model, which we callExpand
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Writing to Learn by Learning to Write in the Disciplines
The traditional distinction between writing across the curriculum and writing in the disciplines (WID) as writing to learn versus learning to write understates WID's focus on learning into the disciplines. Expand
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Experts Playing the Traveler's Dilemma
We analyze a one-shot experiment on the traveler's dilemma in which members of the Game Theory Society, were asked to submit both a (possibly mixed) strategy and their belief concerning the averageExpand
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Foundations of mathematical economics
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical foundations of economics, from basic set theory to fixed point theorems and constrained optimization. Rather than simply offer aExpand
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The Idea of Expertise: An Exploration of Cognitive and Social Dimensions of Writing
Every day in our composition classes we answer the questions, what does it mean to be an expert writer and how do writers become experts. The goals of our classes indicate what we think expertise inExpand
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Communication learning outcomes from software engineering professionals: A basis for teaching communication in the engineering curriculum
  • S. Ruff, M. Carter
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference
  • 1 October 2009
We use focus groups and interviews with software engineers and managers to generate and analyze a fine-grained list of communication outcomes that can be used to guide software engineering curricula. Expand
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Ex-ante Impacts of Agricultural Insurance : Evidence from a Field Experiment in Mali
Anticipating a negative income shock, uninsured households may refrain from undertaking profitable, but risky activities. This ex-ante risk coping strategy is costly in terms of forgone income.Expand
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Tutorial on constructing a red blood cell inventory management system with two demand rates
This paper revisits a queuing model and using level crossing techniques, determines an optimal policy to support modeling trade-offs between the following criteria: multiple demand levels (emergency and discretionary), service levels, costs, as well as the traditional objectives of minimizing shortages and expiration. Expand
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