Mary A. Keeler

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Reviewing the evidence of CG-tool research and development in conference papers, we find little attention devoted to the issues and institution of scientific methodology, and only vague awareness of how that deficiency impairs progress. To focus attention and improve awareness, we briefly delineate the evolution of C.S. Peirce's theory of inquiry toward(More)
The difficulty of maintaining effective testbed partnerships, among users of computer-based tools and builders of those tools, has been an obstacle to the success of science collaboratories. Testbed partnerships are as essential for knowledge-tool advancement as that advancement is to the support of effective partnerships, because knowledge tools must be(More)
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