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  1. Feb 2019
    1. :ok

      nice, return value: keyword!

    2. (fn [system] (throw (ex-info "initializer not set, did you call `set-init`?" {}))))

      interesting pattern, default function throws kind of like abstract base classes methods in python

    1. rob_se <- list(sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod1, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod2, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod3, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod4, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod5, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod6, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod7, type = "HC1"))))

      Error in solve.default(crossprod(demX)) : system is computationally singular: reciprocal condition number = 1.63237e-31

  2. Dec 2018
  3. Nov 2018
    1. And earlier this year, CMS announced that by this time next year hospitalists would be assigned their own specialty designation code. SHM’s Public Policy Committee lobbied for the move for more than two years.
  4. Sep 2018
    1. Ceci est une note de page. Elle peut inclure un lien vers une autre page, que celle-ci soit connectée ou non via Hypothes.is. Voyez dans l'URL le préfixe qui assure que l'on peut annoter celle-ci. Mais avec ce blogue on n'en a pas besoin car son auteur a déjà inclus un code permettant de l'annoter par défaut (à condition de s'être créée un compte hypothes.is).

  5. Aug 2018
    1. Integrity Data Attacks in Power Market Operations

      Hello I am a electrical engineering student from Iran. I am interested in data integrity attacks on power grid state estimation. I can realize the basic concepts by reading the papers, but when I try to re-simulate them, I run into trouble. I have searched the net to find some example matlab codes of the attack structure, but I could not find anything. During my search, I noticed your page and saw that you graciously shared the MATLAB code of some of your papers with the public. So, I decided to leave you a message and ask you if you could provide me with a basic code of false data injection attack (like the one used in this paper) written in MATLAB. I would appereciate it. Thanks in advance.

  6. edu522.networkedlearningcollaborative.com edu522.networkedlearningcollaborative.com
    1. Incessentaly correcting graamer

      This may be my favorite line of the entire code of conduct! I'm doing my best to resist....

  7. Mar 2018
    1. if (app.metadata && app.metadata.has('dc:title') && app.metadata.get('dc:title') !== 'Untitled') { title = app.metadata.get('dc:title'); }

      the empty dc:title should also be considered as Untitled

    1. export var Layer = Evented.extend({

      Layer is the base class for geometry object in Leaflet.

      • base class for Marker
      • base class for Vector objects (path, polyline, polygon, circle, rectangle)
      • base class for tile layers
    1. // Adds the given layer to the group.

      addLayer method add object to LayerGroup. Since Path is extend from Layer. Almost all geometry can be applied here.

      • marker
      • path/circle/ployline/polygon
  8. Feb 2018
    1. Static code analysis TeamCity uses a set of several hundred IntelliJ IDEA and ReSharper inspections to analyze your code and identify potential problems. If you prefer to use other tools, TeamCity supports FxCop out of the box. It can also import reports produced by PMD, PMD/CPD, FindBugs, Checkstyle or JSLint.
  9. Sep 2017
    1. ou are encountering a WCF default limit on the message size. To raise the limit, use the maxReceivedMessageSize attribute in your web.config file (server side).

      Saved so much time!

    1. dispatchInternal (payload, cb) { if (processType === 'extension-page') { cb() ipcCargo.push(payload) return } if (processType === 'renderer') { // only handle actions that are for this window if (!payload.queryInfo || payload.queryInfo.windowId == null || payload.queryInfo.windowId === currentWindow.getCurrentWindowId()) { this.dispatchToOwnRegisteredCallbacks(payload) } // only forward actions that have not been relayed through the browser process if (!payload.sentFromBrowser) { cb() ipcCargo.push(payload) } return }

      This section of code is brilliant!

    2. This code saved me so much time!

  10. Jun 2017
  11. May 2017
    1. "who's the target of the assignment (LHS)" and "who's the source of the assignment (RHS)".

      LHS is looking for the target of that assignment whiel RHS is looking for the source!

  12. Apr 2017
    1. <content> <rng:ref name="height"/> <rng:ref name="width"/> </content>
    2. <text> <body> <div xml:lang="la"> <p n="a#1"> Christierno Hen<ex>n</ex>ingi presbitero Roskildensis diocesis </p> <p n="a#2">Benigno etc.</p> <p n="a#3"> Cum itaque <damage>si</damage>cut exhibita nobis … </p> … </div> <body> </text>
    3. <text> <p> Christierno Hen<ex>n</ex>ingi presbitero Roskildensis diocesis </p> <p> Benigno etc.</p> <p> Cum itaque <damage>si</damage>cut exhibita nobis …</p> … </text>
    4. <langUsage> <language ident="la">Main language: latin</language> </langUsage>
    5. <samplingDecl> <ab>Excerpt from <ref>A</ref>. The first three paragraphs have been omitted because they are unrelated to Danish matters</ab> </samplingDecl>
    6. <samplingMethod> <textCompleteness>excerpt</textCompleteness> <sourceSiglum>A</sourceSiglum> <samplingNote>The first three paragraphs have been omitted as they are unrelated to Danish matters</samplingNote> </samplingMethod>
    7. <additional> <listBibl> <bibl>Kirkehist. Saml. V 99</bibl> <bibl>Bull. Dan. 358 nr. 466</bibl> <bibl>Rep. nr. 5872</bibl> </listBibl> </additional>
    8. <bibliographicEntry>Kirkehist. Saml. V 99</bibliographicEntry> <bibliographicEntry>Bull. Dan. 358 nr. 466</bibliographicEntry> <bibliographicEntry>Rep. nr. 5872 (i udtog)</bibliographicEntry>
    9. …</summary> <msItemStruct> <filiation> <ab>The document is an apograph from the document of 1388, January 21, Diplomatarium Danicum III, 331</ab> </filiation> </msItemStruct>…
    10. <history> <ab>The letter was registered in the registry of the letters at Vallř (1541), published <ref>Thiset, Adel. Brevkister 137</ref></ab> </history>
    11. <sealDesc> <seal n="0" type="empty"> <ab>empty <ref>empty</ref></ab> </seal> </sealDesc>
    12. <seal> <sealNumber>0</sealNumber> <sealStatus>empty</sealStatus> <sealDescription>empty</sealDescription> <sealReferenceWork>empty</sealReferenceWork> </seal>
    13. <sealDesc> <seal n="1" type="pendant"> <ab>The seal of Jens Olufsen in black wax. Legend: <q>S IOHANNES OLAVI</q> <ref>DAS 1061</ref> </ab> </seal> </sealDesc>
    14. <seal> <sealNumber>1</sealNumber> <sealStatus>pendant</sealStatus> <sealDescription>Seal of Jens Olufsen in black wax. Legend: <q>S IOHANNES OLAVI</q></sealDescription> <sealReferenceWork>DAS 1061</sealReferenceWork> </seal> …
    15. <additions> <ab> On the verso the inscription: <q>Item Hr. Peder Griis<ex>s</ex>es gaffvebreff. 1413</q></ab> </additions>
    16. <handDesc> <handNote> <ab>The text is written by the same scribe as <ref target="14251102001"/>, <ref target="14251102002"/> and <ref target="14251102003"/> </ab> </handNote> </handDesc>
    17. <handDescription>The text is written by the same scribe as<ref target="14251102001"/>, <ref target="14251102002"/> and <ref target="14251102003"/> </handDescription>
    18. <layoutDesc> <ab>The text is arranged in two columns</ab> </layoutDesc>
    19. <condition> <ab>The document is severely damaged by fire and water</ab> </condition>
    20. <extent> <dimensions unit="cm"> <height>17.2 (plica: 0.6)</heigh> <width>24.3</width> </dimensions> </extent>
    21. <manuscriptMaterial>parch</manuscriptMaterial> <manuscriptHeight>17.2</manuscriptHeight> <manuscriptWidth>24.3</manuscriptWidth> <manuscriptPlica>0.6</manuscriptPlica> …
    22. <witness xml:id="A"> <msDesc> <msIdentifier> <settlement>Copenhagen</settlement> <repository>Rigsarkivet</repository> <idno>NKR c-2732</idno> <msName>empty</msName> </msIdentifier> …
    23. <witnessSigil>A</witnessSigil> <archivePlaceName>Copenhagen</archivePlaceName> <archiveName>Rigsarkivet</archiveName> <inventoryNumber>NKR c-2732</inventoryNumber> <manuscriptName>empty</manuscriptName>
    24. The template <textId>14201127001</textId> yields TEI <idno type="dd"> 14201127001 </idno>.
    25. <editor> <name xml:id="mh"> <forename type="first">Markus</forename> <surname>Hedemann</surname> </name> </editor>
    26. <revision> <established who="#alk" when="2010-06-02"/> <proofFirst who="#jon" when="2010-10-10"/> <proofSecond who="#nil" when="99999999"/> <proofThird who="#nil" when="99999999"/> </revision>…
    27. <revisionDesc> <change when="2010-06-02" who="#mh">Document established by Markus Hedemann, June 2, 2010</change> <change when="2010-10-10" who="#jon">Proof read once by Jonathan Adams, October 10, 2010</change> <change when="99999999" who="#nil">nil</change> <change when="99999999" who="#nil">nil</change> </revisionDesc>
    28. <textCreationTimeEarliest>1420-11-27</textCreationTimeEarliest> <textCreationTimeLatest>1420-11-27</textCreationTimeLatest>
    29. <textCreationTimeCertainty>high</textCreationTimeCertainty>
    30. <textCreationTimeEarliest>1420-11-27</textCreationTimeEarliest> <textCreationTimeLatest>1420-11-27</textCreationTimeLatest> <textCreationTimeCertainty>high</textCreationTimeCertainty> <textCreationPlace>Roskilde</textCreationPlace> <textCreationPlaceCertainty>high</textCreationPlaceCertainty> transforms into the following TEI structure:
    31. <creation> <date not-before="1425-02-01" not-after="1425-02-01" cert="high">1425, 1 February</date> <placeName cert="high">Roskilde</placeName> </creation>
    32. <msContents> <summary> King Erik 7. of Pomerania summons… </summary> </msContents>

      Blocked differently than DM

    33. <extent>Base text, number of words: <num n="words">535</num>, paragraphs: <num n="paragraphs">23</num>. Translation, number of words: <num n="words">592</num>, paragraphs: <num n="paragraphs">23</num> </extent>
    34. <elementSpec ident="publisher" module="core" mode="change"> <content> <rng:value>Danish Society for Language and Literature</rng:value> </content> </elementSpec>
    35. <attDef ident="unit" mode="change" usage="req"> <valList type="closed" mode="replace"> <valItem ident="cm"> <desc>centimetres</desc> </valItem> </valList> </attDef>
    36. <attList> <attDef ident="type" mode="delete"/> <attDef ident="quantity" mode="delete"/> <attDef ident="extent" mode="delete"/> …
    37. <content> <rng:group> <rng:zeroOrMore> <rng:choice> <rng:ref name="dim"/> <rng:ref name="model.dimLike"/> </rng:choice> </rng:zeroOrMore> </rng:group> </content>
    1. Commissioned Article

      Lots of coding issues. 8 fragments, 290 lines.

    2. Peer-Reviewed Article

      Coding issues. 1 Fragment, 10 lines.

    3. Peer-Reviewed Article

      Code needs fixing. 12 fragments, 350 lines.

    4. Commissioned Article

      Coding problems. Two fragments, 80 lines.

    1. Veez ci veint devaunt vous Un chivaler bieau tut rou Qui une destrere sor se est muntι reed Esku de goules ad portι reed Un launce rouge en l'uyn mein, De vin vermaille l'autre plein, Qi ne manjuwe point de peschoun S[i] de le haranc sor noun reed Je vie une reyne sanz rey quene Pur une reyne fere desray frock (Rothwell 2009, vv. 310-319)

      This blocking format is different than the original DM, which is just text with line spaces, no block marker.

    1. <ptr xml:id="ATxt_3.1_3.2_3.3" targets="A-Txt.xml#xpath1(//l[@id='3.1']) A-Txt.xml#xpath1(//l[@id='3.2']) A-Txt.xml#xpath1(//l[@id='3.3'])"> <link evaluate="all" targets="#ATxt_3.1_3.2_3.3 transcription_c.xml#xpath1(//note[@id='fnote_3.1-3.3']")

      Looks same in original DM. But, might need fixing.

    2. <l n="1" xml:id="3.1"> [...] </l> <l n="2" xml:id="3.2"> [...] </l> <l n="3" xml:id="3.3"> [...] </l> [...] <l n="12" xml:id="3.12"> [...] </l> </div> <note type="footnote" xml:id="fnote_3.1-3.3" target="#3.1" targetEnd "#3.12"> [...] </note>

      This looks like the original DM, but seems like might need fixing.

    3. <link evaluate="all" targets="A-Txt.xml#xpath1(//l[@id='1.190']) transcription_a.xml#xpath1(//l[@id='1.190']/note[1])"/>

      Ok?

    4. <l xml:id="1.190"></l>

      Okay?

    5. <l n="1.200" xml:id="1.190">Theseus <note place = "supralinear" type = "explanatory glossa">rex Atheniensium</note> […] rapuit</l> <l n="1.201" xml:id="1.191">Aegaeis<note place = "supralinear" type = "explanatory glossa">Aegaeus est pater Thesei</note> aquis</l>

      Ok?

    6. <l xml:id="1.187"></l> <l xml:id="1.188"></l> <l xml:id="1.188a"></l> <l xml:id="1.188b"></l> <l xml:id="1.189"></l> <l xml:id="1.190"></l>

      Ok?

    7. <l n = "1.190" xml:id="1.190">

      Ok?

    8. <l n = "1.200" xml:id="1.190">

      OK?

    9. <l n="1.200" xml:id="1.190">Theseus <note place = "supralinear">rex Atheniensium</note> […] rapuit</l>

      Seems okay, just in case.

    10. <l n="1.200" xml:id="1.190">Theseus <note place = "supralinear" type = "explanatory glossa">rex Atheniensium</note> […] rapuit</l>

      Seems okay, but just in case.

    11. <l n="1.200" xml:id="1.190">Theseus <note place = "supralinear" type = "explanatory glossa">rex Atheniensium</note> […] rapuit </l>

      Seems okay, but just in case.

    1. <physDesc> <objectDesc form="codex"> <supportDesc material="perg"> <support> <p> <material> Parchment </material> . The entire codex is a palimpsest, deriving from four separate manuscripts, two of which are from responsorialia from the tenth-eleventh century. There are also the remains of a ninth-century Catalonian <title> Forum Iudicum </title> written in early Visigothic minuscule. </p> </support> <extent> ii + 97 + ii, <dimensions scope="all" type="leaf"> <height> 201 </height> <width> 129 </width> </dimensions> </extent> <collation> <p> <formula notation="AMI"> 1-3:8, 4:6, 5-13:8 </formula> <signatures> There are quire signatures in red ink in the centre lower margin, <q> ii </q> - <q> viiii </q> , on <locus> fols 39v </locus> , <locus> 47v </locus> , <locus> 55v </locus> , <locus> 64v </locus> , <locus> 71v </locus> , <locus> 79v </locus> , <locus> 87v </locus> , and <locus> 95v </locus> </signatures> . </p> </collation> </supportDesc> <layoutDesc> <layout columns="1" writtenLines="24"> <p> Written in one column throughout; 24 lines per page. </p> </layout> </layoutDesc> <!-- more --> </physDesc>

      Fix code.

    2. <msIdentifier> <msName type="nickname" xml:lang="la"> Codex Suprasliensis </msName> <altIdentifier type="partial"> <settlement> Ljubljana </settlement> <repository> Narodna in univerzitetna knjiznica </repository> <idno> MS Kopitar 2 </idno> </altIdentifier> <altIdentifier type="partial"> <settlement> Warszawa </settlement> <repository> Biblioteka Narodowa </repository> <idno> BO 3.201 </idno> </altIdentifier> <altIdentifier type="partial"> <settlement> Sankt-Peterburg </settlement> <repository> Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka </repository> <idno> Q.p.I.72 </idno> </altIdentifier> </msIdentifier>

      Code needs fixing.

    3. <physDesc> <form> <p> Codex. </p> </form> <support> <p> Parchment. The entire codex is a palimpsest, deriving from four separate manuscripts, two of which are from responsorialia from the tenth-eleventh century. There are also the remains of a ninth-century Catalonian <title> Forum Iudicum </title> written in early Visigothic minuscule. </p> </support> <extent> ii + 97 + ii, <dimensions scope="all" type="leaf"> <height> 201 </height> <width> 129 </width> </dimensions> </extent> <collation> <p> <formula notation="AMI"> 1-3:8, 4:6, 5-13:8 </formula> <signatures> There are quire signatures in red ink in the centre lower margin, <q> ii </q> - <q> viiii </q> , on <locus> fols 39v </locus> , <locus> 47v </locus> , <locus> 55v </locus> , <locus> 64v </locus> , <locus> 71v </locus> , <locus> 79v </locus> , <locus> 87v </locus> , and <locus> 95v </locus> </signatures> . </p> </collation> <layout columns="1" writtenLines="24"> <p> Written in one column throughout; 24 lines per page. </p> </layout> <!-- more --> </physDesc>

      Code needs fixing.

    4. <msHeading> <title> Apocalypse with Commentary </title> <origPlace> Spain/Portugal </origPlace> <origDate notAfter="1300" notBefore="1200"> s. XIII </origDate> <textLang langKey="LAT"> Latin </textLang> </msHeading> The corresponding <head> element in P5-MS is: <head> <title> Apocalypse with Commentary </title> ; Spain/Portugal, s. XIII, Latin. </head>

      Code needs fixing.

    5. <msDescription> <msIdentifier> <altName rend="bold" type="SC"> 28843. </altName> </msIdentifier> <msContents> <p> In <textLang langKey="la"> Latin </textLang> </p> </msContents> <physDesc> <support> <p> on parchment </p> </support> <msWriting> <p> written in more than one hand </p> </msWriting> </physDesc> <history> <origin> <p> of the <origDate> 13th cent. </origDate> in <origPlace> England </origPlace> </p> </origin> </history> <physDesc> <dimensions> 7¼ x 5⅜ in. </dimensions> <extent> i + 55 leaves </extent> <layout> <p> in double columns </p> </layout> <decoration> <p> with a few coloured capitals. </p> </decoration> </physDesc> <msContents> <msItem> <rubric> Hic incipit Bruitus Anglie </rubric> , the <title type="uniform"> De origine et gestis Regum Angliae </title> of <author> Geoffrey of Monmouth (Galfridus Monumetensis) </author> : beg. <incipit> Cum mecum multa & de multis </incipit> </msItem> </msContents> <history> <provenance> <p> On fol. 54v very faint is 'Iste liber est fratris guillelmi de buria de ... Roberti ordinis fratrum Pred[icatorum]', 14th cent. (?): 'hanauilla' is written at the foot of the page (15th cent.). </p> </provenance> <acquisition> <p> Bought from the rev. W. D. Macray on March 17, 1863, for £1 10s. </p> </acquisition> <p> Now <msIdentifier type="primary"> <idno> MS. Add. A. 61 </idno> </msIdentifier> . </p> </history> </msDescription>

      Code needs fixing.

    6. <msDescription> <msIdentifier> <settlement> Oxford </settlement> <repository> Bodleian Library </repository> <idno> MS. Add. A. 61 </idno> <altIdentifier type="SC"> <idno> 28843 </idno> </altIdentifier> </msIdentifier> <msContents> <msItem> <author xml:lang="en"> Geoffrey of Monmouth </author> <author xml:lang="la"> Galfridus Monumetensis </author> <title type="uniform"> De origine et gestis Regum Angliae </title> <rubric> Hic incipit Bruitus Anglie </rubric> <incipit> Cum mecum multa & de multis </incipit> <textLang mainLang="la"> Latin </textLang> </msItem> </msContents> <physDesc> <objectDesc form="codex"> <supportDesc material="perg"> <support> <p> Parchment. </p> </support> <extent> i + 55 leaves <dimensions scope="all" type="leaf" unit="inch"> <height> 7¼ </height> <width> 5⅜ </width> </dimensions> </extent> </supportDesc> <layoutDesc> <layout columns="2"> <p> In double columns. </p> </layout> </layoutDesc> </objectDesc> <handDesc> <p> Written in more than one hand. </p> </handDesc> <decoDesc> <p> With a few coloured capitals. </p> </decoDesc> </physDesc> <history> <origin> <p> Written in <origPlace> England </origPlace> in the <origDate notAfter="1300" notBefore="1200"> 13th cent. </origDate> </p> </origin> <provenance> <p> On fol. 54v very faint is <q> Iste liber est fratris guillelmi de buria de <gap/> Roberti ordinis fratrum Pred <expan> icatorum </expan> </q> , 14th cent. (?): <q> hanauilla </q> is written at the foot of the page (15th cent.). </p> </provenance> <acquisition> <p> Bought from the rev. <name type="person"> W. D. Macray </name> on <date value="1863-03-17"> March 17, 1863 </date> , for £1 10s. </p> </acquisition> </history> </msDescription>

      Code needs fixing.

    7. <msDescription> <msIdentifier> <settlement> Oxford </settlement> <repository> Bodleian Library </repository> <idno> MS. Add. A. 61 </idno> <altIdentifier type="SC"> <idno> 28843 </idno> </altIdentifier> </msIdentifier> <msContents> <p> <q> Hic incipit Bruitus Anglie, </q> the <title> De origine et gestis Regum Angliae </title> of Geoffrey of Monmouth (Galfridus Monumetensis): beg. <q> Cum mecum multa & de multis. </q> In Latin. </p> </msContents> <physDesc> <p> <material> Parchment </material> : written in more than one hand: 7¼ x 5⅜ in., i + 55 leaves, in double columns: with a few coloured capitals. </p> </physDesc> <history> <p> Written in <origPlace> England </origPlace> in the <origDate> 13th cent. </origDate> On fol. 54v very faint is <q> Iste liber est fratris guillelmi de buria de ... Roberti ordinis fratrum Pred[icatorum], </q> 14th cent. (?): <q> hanauilla </q> is written at the foot of the page (15th cent.). Bought from the rev. W. D. Macray on March 17, 1863, for £1 10s. </p> </history> </msDescription>

      Code needs fixing.

    8. <msDescription> <msIdentifier> <settlement> Oxford </settlement> <repository> Bodleian Library </repository> <idno> MS. Add. A. 61 </idno> <altIdentifier type="SC"> <idno> 28843 </idno> </altIdentifier> </msIdentifier> <p> In Latin, on parchment: written in more than one hand of the 13th cent. in England: 7¼ x 5⅜ in., i + 55 leaves, in double columns: with a few coloured capitals. </p> <p> 'Hic incipit Bruitus Anglie,' the De origine et gestis Regum Angliae of Geoffrey of Monmouth (Galfridus Monumetensis: beg. 'Cum mecum multa & de multis.' </p> <p> On fol. 54v very faint is 'Iste liber est fratris guillelmi de buria de ... Roberti ordinis fratrum Pred[icatorum],' 14th cent. (?): 'hanauilla' is written at the foot of the page (15th cent.). Bought from the rev. W. D. Macray on March 17, 1863, for £1 10s. </p> </msDescription>

      Code needs fixing.

    1. <l id="HtP.62" n="KDP.62" rend="%%%+[ABC]"> Meny of ţes maistre freres may cloţe hem at lykynge </l>

      text characters wrong. possible coding error, too. Cannot tell from looking at original.

    2. <app type="variables" loc="Ht5.163"> <lem> treso <expan> ur </expan> &~ tresou <expan> n </expan> be not </lem> <rdg wit="Cr1 Cr2 Cr3 Y O C2 C Bm Bo Cot L M H" type="s"> {gamma} </rdg> <rdg wit="F" type="s"> {delta} </rdg> <rdg wit="R" type="s"> {epsilon} </rdg> <rdg wit="Hm" type="s"> {zeta} </rdg> <rdg wit="W" type="s"> {eta} </rdg> <rdg wit="{sigma}" type="s"> {theta} </rdg> </app>

      Code needs fixing.

    1. <mods version="3.0"> <titleInfo> <title>Hiring and recruitment practices in academic libraries</title> </titleInfo> <name type="personal"> <namePart>Raschke, Gregory K.</namePart> <displayForm>Gregory K. Raschke</displayForm> </name> <typeOfResource>text</typeOfResource> <genre>journal article</genre> <originInfo> <place> <placeTerm type="text">Baltimore, Md.</placeTerm> </place> <publisher>Johns Hopkins University Press</publisher> <dateIssued>2003</dateIssued> </originInfo> <language> <languageTerm authority="iso639-2b">eng</languageTerm> </language> <physicalDescription> <form authority="marcform">print</form> <extent>15 p.</extent> </physicalDescription> <abstract> Academic libraries need to change their recruiting and hiring procedures … [omitted] … innovative concepts from modern personnel management literature. </abstract> <subject> <topic>College librarians</topic> <topic>Recruiting</topic> <geographic>United States</geographic> </subject> <subject> <topic&ggt;College librarians</topic> <topic>Selection and appointment</topic> <geographic>United States</geographic> </subject> <relatedItem type="host"> <titleInfo> <title>portal: libraries and the academy</title> </titleInfo> <originInfo> <issuance>continuing</issuance> </originInfo> <part> <detail type="volume"> <number>3</number> </detail> <detail type="level"> <number>2</number> </detail> <extent unit="page"> <start>53</start> <end>67</end> </extent> <date>Jan. 2003</date> </part> </relatedItem> </mods>

      Code needs fixing.

    2. 01author|02editor title: the title of a work (whether a book or journal article) altTitle: the title without HTML tags, used for phrase searching subtitle: used only for books host title: name of journal or volume in which an item appears host subtitle: used only for anthologies and collections host editors: used if a work appears in an edited collection partsAuthors: used if the work has other persons associated with it as authors of Forewords, Introductions, etc. series name: for books in a series series number journal number place: place of publication for books or collections publisher place2: used when a work has two listed places of publication publisher2 dateIssued date created edition: used to indicate 2nd or revised editions, etc. extent: page numbers of articles, or number of pages in a book language note: used for translated titles of foreign works, special comments on an item, etc. identifier: used to cross-reference essays in collections to one another and to the collection, if it is listed separately. May be used in future for ISSN or ISBN numbers. subject1 subject2 subject3 subject4

      Seems okay, but just in case.

    1. # script to process library-output files # for British Isles. # Remove nested parentheses first, to get # rid of semicolons within comments, and #then split on semicolons; if there is # a 'London, BL', remove one from the total count $in="libs-brit.txt"; # input file $out = "bricount.txt"; # output file open IN, $in or die "Cannot open $in for read:$!"; open OUT, ">$out" or die "Cannot open $out for write:$!"; print OUT "istc_number\tlocations\tcount\n"; # add column heads while (<IN>) { undef @cities; $copycount=0; /^(i.\d{8})\t(.*)$/; $istc_number=$1; $locations=$2; # get rid of (digit) in BL signatures $fixlocations=$locations; while ($fixlocations=~/[^ ]\(\d\)/) { $fixlocations=~s/[^ ]\(\d\)//g; } # get rid of nested parentheses while ($fixlocations=~/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)/) { $fixlocations=~s/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)//g; } @cities=split /;/, $fixlocations; foreach $city (@cities) { $city=~s/\((\d{1,2})[^\(]*\)/\(\1\)/g; # replace (3, 1 torn) with (3) $city=~s/\(\d{1,2} lea[^\(]*\)//g; # eliminate e.g. (3 leaves) if ($city=~/London BL,[^,]* and /) {$copycount++} # correct for multiple BL signatures without # comma dividers $city=~s/(London|Oxford|Cambridge|Manchester|Dublin|Durham|Hereford|Edinburgh|Cashel|Guernsey|Coleraine|Barnard Castle|Parkminster|Northampton|Reigate| Birmingham|Canterbury|Harpenden|Brasenose|Killiney),/\1/; # eliminate commas after city names undef @libraries; @libraries=split /,/, $city; foreach $library (@libraries) { if ($library=~/\((\d{1,2})\)/) { $copycount+=$1; } else { $copycount++; } if ($library=~/London BL/) { $copycount--; } } } print OUT "$istc_number\t$locations\t$copycount\n"; #print "$istc_number\t$locations\t$copycount\n"; }

      Dan check.

    2. } } print OUT "$istc_number\t$locations\t$copycount\n"; } The next script is for locations such as Spain/Portugal that separate libraries within a single city from each other with commas, but without a comma after the name of the city: # Script to process library-output files for countries # delimited as City Library1, Library2: Other Europe, # Spain, Netherlands, France (mostly), Britain (usually) $in=shift; # take input file from command line $out = shift; # take output filename from command line open IN, $in or die "Cannot open $in for read:$!"; open OUT, ">$out" or die "Cannot open $out for write:$!"; print OUT "istc_number\tlocations\tcount\n"; while (<IN>) { undef @cities; $copycount=0; /^(i.\d{8})\t(.*)$/; $istc_number=$1; $locations=$2; @cities=split /;/, $locations; foreach $city (@cities) { while ($city=~/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)/) { $city=~s/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)//g; } #get rid of nested parentheses $city=~s/\((\d{1,2})[^\(]*\)/\(\1\)/g; #replace (3, 1 torn) with (3) undef @libraries; @libraries=split /,/, $city; foreach $library (@libraries) { if ($library=~/\((\d{1,2})\)/) { $copycount+=$1; } else {$copycount++} } } print OUT "$istc_number\t$locations\t$copycount\n"; }

      Check with Dan.

    3. # script to process library-output files for # countries delimited as City, Library1, Library2: # Belgium, Other [usually] $in=shift; # take input file from command line $out = shift; # take output filename from command line open IN, $in or die "Cannot open $in for read:$!"; open OUT, ">$out" or die "Cannot open $out for write:$!"; print OUT "istc_number\tlocations\tcount\n"; while (<IN>) { undef @cities; $copycount=0; /^(i.\d{8})\t(.*)$/; $istc_number=$1; $locations=$2; @cities=split /;/, $locations; foreach $city (@cities) { while ($city=~/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)/) { $city=~s/\((?:\D|\d+[^,])[^\(]*?\)//g; } #get rid of nested parentheses $city=~s/\((\d{1,2})[^\(]*\)/\(\1\)/g; #replace (3, 1 torn) with (3) undef @libraries; if ($city =~ /,/) { @libraries=split /,/, $city; $null = shift @libraries; } else {$libraries[0] = $city} foreach $library (@libraries) { if ($library=~/\((\d{1,2})\)/) { $copycount+=$1; } else {$copycount++} } }

      Check with Dan.

    4. } That is, the input file begins like this: ia00000500 [Spain or Portugal: Printer of Alfasi's Halakhot, before 1492?] ia00001000 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1496] ia00001500 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1497] ia00002000 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1500] ia00003000 [London: John Lettou and William de Machlinia, about 1482] ia00004000 [London]: Richard Pynson, 9 Oct. 1499 ia00004500 [London]: Richard Pynson, 9 Oct. 1499 ia00005000 [London]: Richard Pynson, '9 Oct. 1499' [about 1503] ia00005500 [The Netherlands: Prototypography, about 1465-80] ia00008000 Venice: Franciscus Lapicida, 20 Oct. 1494 The output of the further manipulation here appears as follows in eight different fields: istc_number imprint city printer avg_year first_year last_year flags ia00000500 [Spain or Portugal: Printer of Alfasi's Halakhot, before 1492?] Spain or Portugal Printer of Alfasi's Halakhot 1492 1492 1492 --- ia00001000 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1496] Westminster Wynkyn de Worde 1496 1496 1496 ++- ia00001500 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1497] Westminster Wynkyn de Worde 1497 1497 1497 ++- ia00002000 Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [about 1500] Westminster Wynkyn de Worde 1500 1500 1500 ++- ia00003000 [London: John Lettou and William de Machlinia, about 1482] London John Lettou and William de Machlinia 1482 1482 1482 --- ia00004000 [London]: Richard Pynson, 9 Oct. 1499 London Richard Pynson 1499 1499 1499 -++ ia00004500 [London]: Richard Pynson, 9 Oct. 1499 London Richard Pynson 1499 1499 1499 -++ ia00005000 [London]: Richard Pynson, '9 Oct. 1499' [about 1503] London Richard Pynson 1503 1503 1503 -+- ia00005500 [The Netherlands: Prototypography, about 1465-80] The Netherlands Prototypography 1473 1465 1480 --- ia00008000 Venice: Franciscus Lapicida, 20 Oct. 1494 Venice Franciscus Lapicida 1494 1494 1494 +++ Appendix 4: An approach to counting incunables using the IISTC § 20 Turning the IISTC's Locations field into a numerical count of surviving copies presents new

      check w' Dan

    5. SELECT istc.Printer, istc.City, Min(istc.first_year) AS MinOffirst_year, Max(istc.last_year) AS MaxOflast_year, Count(istc.istc_number) AS CountOfistc_number FROM istc WHERE (((istc.Flags) Like "+++")) GROUP BY istc.Printer, istc.City HAVING (((istc.City)="ulm"));

      This also looks okay, but just need Dan's okay.

    6. $batch="istc.txt"; # Define the name of file to search open BATCH, $batch or die "Cannot open $batch for read:$!"; # Open the file, or close with an # error if it doesn't exist while (<BATCH>) { # As long as there are lines # in the file left to search... if (/^Title:\t(.*?)$/) { # ...look for the pattern # "Title:<tab character><anything # else> # at the beginning of a line $match = $1; # Save "anything else"... $hit=1; # ...and set a flag that # we've found what we're # looking for } if (/^ISTC.*(i.\d{8})/ and ($hit == 1)) { # Now, if we have a match already # saved, look for the # pattern "ISTC" at # the beginning of the # line, and then anything # else, and then "i" followed # by eight digits; save the # "i" and the digits, as that's # the ISTC number $hit = 0; # Reset our flag $istc_number = $1; # Assign the "i plus eight digits" # to a variable print "$istc_number\t$match\n"; # Print the ISTC number, a tab # character, the title, and a # new line character } }

      Check this with Dan.

    1. (2) The board of a public post-secondary institution other than Banff Centre may, after consultation with the academic staff association of the public post-secondary institution, do one or more of the following: (a) designate categories of employees as academic staff members of the public post-secondary institution; (b) designate individual employees as academic staff members of the public post-secondary institution; (c) change a designation made under clause (a) or (b) or under section 5(2) or 42(2).

      Replaced with LRC language

    2. (2)

      Section 58.6 of the LRA is introduced here now. Introduces duty to consult about designation

    1. A party to an agreement affected by this section may apply to the Board for a determination respecting the application of this section, and the Board’s decision is final and binding

      Can take interpretation of extension and arbitration provisions to LRB

    2. For greater certainty, nothing in this section prevents the parties from referring matters in dispute to voluntary arbitration under section 93.

      We can decide to agree to arbitration

    3. An agreement under section 87 or 96 of the Post-secondary Learning Act that operates for an unspecified term is deemed, despite section 129 of this Act, to provide for its operation for a term of 3 years beginning on the date the Bill to enact An Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining receives Royal Assent or for a shorter period agreed on by the parties.

      Our handbook is probably has three years from date of royal assent if we want.

      Unspecified agreements can go for another three years from royal assent

    4. Effective on the day on which the Bill to enact An Act to Enhance Post-secondary Academic Bargaining receives first reading, a provision in an agreement under section 87 or 96 of the Post-secondary Learning Act that requires disputes that arise during the negotiation of a future agreement to be resolved by binding arbitration is unenforceable.

      Arbitration language is now unenforceable

    5. A person or bargaining agent affected by a designation or change in designation made under section 5(2), 42(2) or 60(2) of the Post-secondary Learning Act, or a failure to designate, may apply to the Labour Relations Board to decide whether a category of employees or individual employees are academic staff members.

      We can appeal designation issues, including previous ones

    6. This section applies whether a designation or change in designation or a failure to designate by the board of governors occurred before or after the coming into force of this section

      Can appeal retroactively

    7. (2) The academic staff association of a public post-secondary institution is deemed to be a trade union for the purposes of acting as bargaining agent for the public post-secondary institution’s academic staff members.

      Faculty Associations are deemed trade unions

    8. Application

      These divisions are:

      • Employers’ Organizations
      • Certification
      • Voluntary recognition
      • Modification of bargaining rights
      • Revocation of bargaining rights
      • General provisions on Certification and voluntary recognition
      • Health, welfare and pension trusts

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  13. Mar 2017
    1. the statement shall also identify the person filing it, the nature of that person’s interest, the source of the information recorded, and the particular work affected, and shall comply in form and content with requirements that the Register of Copyrights shall prescribe by regulation.

      With a note like this.

    1. A first list of projects are available here but more can be found by interacting with mentors from the Pharo community. Join dedicated channels, #gsoc-students for general interactions with students on Pharo slack. In order to get an invitation for pharoproject.slack.com visit the here Discuss with mentors about the complexity and skills required for the different projects. Please help fix bugs, open relevant issues, suggest changes, additional features, help build a roadmap, and interact with mentors on mailing list and/or slack to get a better insight into projects. Better the contributions, Better are the chances of selection. Before applying: Knowledge about OOP Basic idea about Pharo & Smalltalk syntax and ongoing projects Past experience with Pharo & Smalltalk Interaction with organisation You can start with the Pharo MOOC: http://files.pharo.org/mooc/
    1. This implies that there is no such thing as a code-organon of it-erability-which could be structurally secret.

      It's interesting with examples of current undeciphered writing, such as the Voynich Manuscript and the Beale cipher, since it implies they're all crackable so long as they are not nonsense. The following sentence feels like something important to that, that languages are constituted as an iterable network, a sustained internal logic.

  14. Dec 2016
    1. Fact-based journalism now competes with false information for our attention while our cities and citizens become both more connected by technology and more divided by ideology and income. The values reflected in lines of code, whether it be at the ATM, when we search on internet or drive a car, are already affecting what we think, what we do and what information we share with those around us.
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    1. That is what Barack and I think about every day as we try to guide and protect our girls through the challenges of this unusual life in the spotlight, how we urge them to ignore those who question their father’s citizenship or faith.

      Many writers and thinkers have speculated about how the first black family has dealt with the what historian Carol Anderson calls the inevitable "white rage" backlash to Obama's election. Having served her time, Michelle seems more willing to take the criticisms head-on. This is what many of us would call "shade".

    2. How we insist that the hateful language they hear from public figures on TV does not represent the true spirit of this country.

      This line does some work. On one level, it is red meat for colorblind white (and some non-white) liberals who require all black figures to be hopeful (I've discussed this more here: http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/08/between-the-world-and-me-book-club-not-trying-to-get-into-heaven/400271/).

      On another level, it is doing some inter-group communication or what Stuart Hall called encoding/decoding and what Mark Anthony Neal translates into "black code" when he talks about Hall's work through modern media cultures. Obama is signaling here that she has noted those who have directed racist, sexist, classist rhetoric at her family. She has taken note.

  19. Apr 2016
    1. code, Minecraft has become a stealth gateway to the fundamentals, and the pleasures, of computer science.

      learning code = computer science? I guess, but I also wonder if my need to learn code has come more from a desire to communicate on social media more effectively.

  20. Mar 2016
    1. “I’ll go see him,” Nick said to George. “Where does he live?”

      Nick says that he will go see Ole Andreson, even though the others tell him that he does not have to if he does not want to.

      This fits with Hemingways "code hero", because: He is put in a difficult situation where he has to decide which could result in either succes or fail. So here he has a "moment of truth." He is very manly and courageous to go and talk to him even though it is dangerous. He shows "grace under pressure".

    2. “I’m going to get out of this town,” Nick said.

      Defeated but not destroyed?

    3. Nick might not be so much of a hero. He tries to escape reality by moving, instead of trying to change it.

    4. There ain’t anything to do. After a while I’ll make up my mind to go out.”

      Ole accepts death, and faces it like a true hero. Destroyed but not defeated?

    5. “Listen,” George said to Nick. “You better go see Ole Andreson.”

      George shows grace under pressure (since he wishes to warn Ole Andreson asap)

    6. After a while I’ll make up my mind to go out.”

      Ole shows grace under pressure when he's about to experience the moment of truth.

    7. “Thanks for coming to tell me about it.”

      Even though Ole knows he's going to die, he is still graceful towards Nick. So Ole might be a bit of a hero himself

    8. “I’m through with all that running around.”

      Ole experience the moment of truth

    9. Max said.

      What does this tell us about the narrator of the story?

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    1. In Hamlet on the Holodeck, Janet Murray argues that digital environments have four essential properties. They are procedural, participatory, spatial, and encyclopedic. They are procedural because software is an authored set of procedures, which can be used to “write rules . . . that are recognizable as an interpretation of the world.”[2] Her focus is on storytelling, but we will see that any piece of software can be seen as an expressive, rhetorical model of a system. In addition to being procedural, digital environments also invite participation in that their rule-based behaviors are “responsive to our input” and they also “represent navigable space.”

      Could be of interest to bring back Kitchin and Dodge's understanding of code/space to this discussion.

  25. Jul 2015
    1. The Google Annotations Gallery is an exciting new Java open source library that provides a rich set of annotations for developers to express themselves. Do you find the standard Java annotations dry and lackluster? Have you ever resorted to leaving messages to fellow developers with the @Deprecated annotation? Wouldn't you rather leave a @LOL or @Facepalm instead? If so, then this is the gallery for you.
  26. Jun 2015
    1. When it comes to writing code, the number one most important skill is how to keep a tangle of features from collapsing under the weight of its own complexity. I’ve worked on large telecommunications systems, console games, blogging software, a bunch of personal tools, and very rarely is there some tricky data structure or algorithm that casts a looming shadow over everything else. But there’s always lots of state to keep track of, rearranging of values, handling special cases, and carefully working out how all the pieces of a system interact. To a great extent the act of coding is one of organization. Refactoring. Simplifying. Figuring out how to remove extraneous manipulations here and there.
    1. What’s the best way to get that code onto those 50 computers? Click and drag with your mouse? God, no. What are you, an animal? You set up a continuous integration server and install plug-ins and let the robots serve you.
    1. λR(W)

      In assignment 1, function svm_loss_naive, there is a 1/2 term before the regularization loss. Where does this come from?

      loss += 0.5 reg np.sum(W * W)

  27. May 2014
    1. Personally, I think Digital Humanities is about building things,” said Ramsay in a polarizing talk at the MLA convention in 2011, printed in Defining Digital Humanities. Unlike many theorists, however, he was willing to make this demand concrete: “Do you have to know how to code? I’m a tenured professor of digital humanities and I say ‘yes.’ ”
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