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We investigated the ability of cats to discriminate differences between vowel-like spectra, assessed their discrimination ability over time, and compared spectral receptive fields in primary auditory cortex (AI) of trained and untrained cats. Animals were trained to discriminate changes in the spectral envelope of a broad-band harmonic complex in a… (More)
—The system metaphor was proposed in Extreme Programming as a lightweight alternative to more rigorous architecture practices, but many teams have trouble using metaphors effectively to improve team communication or evaluate a system's architecture. This is no surprise as few agile teams have had training in architecture practices let alone in how to create… (More)
In 1990, Anthony Hall identified and challenged seven common myths about formal methods in the IEEE Software article "Seven Myths of Formal Methods." This update re-examines those myths, reflecting both on the authors' experience with formal methods in practice and on their persistent mythic status
An architecture haiku aims to capture software system architecture's most important details on a single piece of paper. An architecture haiku helps development teams focus on the most essential information relevant to the architecture, provides clear guidance for construction, and encourages collaboration.