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Australia's annual rate of productivity growth surged by over 1 percentage point in the 1990s. Three major possible explanations have been put forward: the use of more advanced information and communications technologies (ICTs), increases in workforce skills, and policy reforms designed in large part to drive and enable productivity improvement. The paper(More)
FOREWORD This document defines and presents several solutions to the cross-domain scripting security issue with a Sharable Content Object (SCO)'s ECMAScript (i.e. JavaScript) access to a Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) Application Program Interface (API) Instance. It is technical in nature and is meant for IT specialists and learning(More)
This report is based on a course of the same name given at Stanford University during autumn quarter, 1987. Here's the catalog description: CS 209. Mathematical Writing—Issues of technical writing and the effective presentation of mathematics and computer science. Preparation of theses, papers, books, and " literate " computer programs. A term paper on a(More)
Australia's growth performance in the 1990s was outstanding. For nine years, growth averaged just under 4 per cent annually — a performance not seen since the 1960s and early 1970s. The ability to grow so strongly, even in the midst of economic challenges such as the Asian financial crisis, led some to label Australia as the 'miracle' economy (for example,(More)
In 1987 Roberts completed the proof of the New Intersection Theorem (NIT) by settling the mixed characteristic case using local Chern characters, as developed by Fulton and also by Roberts. His proof has been the only one recorded of the NIT in mixed characteristic. This paper gives a new proof of this theorem, one which mostly parallels Roberts' original(More)
1. Introduction The term \Homological Conjectures" is used here to refer to a certain set of related conjectures about homological properties of commutative rings. While there are numerous conjectures in this area, the ones discussed here are those collected in a monograph of Mel Hochster in 1975 entitled \Topics in the homological theory of modules over(More)