Monthly Archives: October 2013

Paper Outline (Mark Nelson is Awesome)

Catching up on two weeks of work without updates: GO! Besides reading a bunch of papers, I’ve begun the info-gathering process of the paper from authors of ABL. I need more authors of different systems to say anything broad about … Continue reading

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Informal Corner 10-15

This whole blog is informal, but this is more of an aside than anything. I left my notes on campus last week when I got sick and didn’t bus up to campus again, so the stuff I wanted to talk … Continue reading

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Requirements Analysis: An Hypothesis

I’m a scientist (it says so on my BS and the fact that I’m going for a phd in computer SCIENCE!), so let’s get some scientific method all up in here.  I’ve done a tiny bit of background research since … Continue reading

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