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Chadwick, Elizabeth Bigley 1857-1907

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Works: 24 works in 30 publications in 2 languages and 410 library holdings
Genres: Trials, litigation, etc 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PR4453, 510.7808
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Most widely held works by Elizabeth Bigley Chadwick
Rectitude, or, Virginia of the Wye by Elizabeth Bigley Chadwick( Book )

1 edition published in 1875 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Business specialization track : Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) Program by Carol L Hoover( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: "MSE students who aspire to obtain business management positions within a computer-related technology company, to specialize in the development of software to support production and operations, and/or to start their own technical companies will need fundamental business skills and expertise. The MSE Program offers the Business Specialization Track to help students acquire appropriate business skills while completing their master's degree in software engineering. The track is flexible in that it allows students to choose their own set of track courses from a list of approved business-related courses and, therefore, to match their career objectives with suitable courses. For instance, students can select courses to help them prepare for careers as executive-level managers of computer technology companies, as designers of information systems, as developers of software systems to support production and operations, and/or as founders of high technology companies. This report describes the track rationale and requirements, provides educational guidelines to help students select courses, lists the approved courses, and presents brief synopses of the approved courses. The report is based on the author's work in developing specialization tracks for the MSE program. The author started this work during the spring of 1993."
Human-computer interaction (HCI) specialization track : Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) Program by Carol L Hoover( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: "There is an increasing demand for software to implement human-computer interfaces. Software engineers who develop these interfaces need an understanding of the interactions between the human, the available computer technology, and human tasks. They should also understand empirical methods used to evaluate the usability of existing human-computer interfaces. The Human-Computer Interaction Specialization Track, which is an option within the Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) Program at Carnegie Mellon University, enables graduate software engineering students to obtain knowledge and skills related to the design, implementation, and evaluation of interactive computing systems. Students can acquire hands-on experience in the design of computer technology to support individual users as well as group interactions. The track is flexible in that it allows students to choose their own set of track courses from a list of approved HCI courses. This report describes the track rationale and requirements and presents educational guidelines to help students select courses. The report includes a list of approved courses and brief course synopses. The report is based on the author's work in developing specialization tracks for the MSE program. The author started this work during the spring of 1993."
Model for characterizing and creating certificate programs in technology-specific areas by Carol L Hoover( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: "Rapid changes in technology have resulted in an increasing need to transfer state-of-the-art technical concepts to practicing technologists. These technical professionals and their employers seek in-depth educational opportunities to acquire advanced knowledge of emerging technologies; but often they cannot afford the time and money to pursue advanced degree programs. To satisfy industry's need to assimilate state-of-the-art concepts in shortened time spans, educational institutions have developed certificate programs. A certificate program is a set of one or more courses related to a particular technical area. Certificate programs are less extensive than degree programs. In this paper, we present a model for analyzing and creating certificate programs. We apply the model to the analysis of certificate programs offered by four schools in areas related to software engineering. The we use our 'meta-model' to generate a generic model for the creation of graduate certificate programs in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Lastly, we discuss issues related to the creation of certificate programs."
TAP-D : a model for developing specialization tracks in graduate software engineering education by Carol L Hoover( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Specialization tracks within the Master of Software Engineering (MSE) Program at Carnegie Mellon University would enable students to gain application knowledge while developing fundamental software engineering skills. This report proposes a model for establishing specialization tracks within a graduate software engineering program."
Study of Rural Settlements of South East Parry Sound District 1871-1976. (Thesis) by University of Guelph( Book )

1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Real-time specialization track : Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) program by Carol L Hoover( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: "There is an increasing demand for software to support real-time applications such as air traffic control, factory automation, patient monitoring systems, and video-conferencing. Software engineers who develop real-time software need to understand functional constraints such as timing, fault tolerance, and reliability that distinquish [sic] real- time from non-real-time applications. The Real-Time Specialization Track within the Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) Program at Carnegie Mellon University enables graduate software engineering students to acquire knowledge about real-time applications, to obtain an understanding of fundamental principles of real-time computing, and to gain experience in the development of real-time software. The track is flexible in that it allows students to choose their own set of track courses from a list of approved real-time courses. This report describes the track rationale and requirements with educational guidelines to help students select courses, lists the approved courses, and presents brief synopses of the approved courses. The track is based on the author's work in developing specialization tracks for the MSE program. The author started this work during the spring of 1993."
 
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Alternative Names
Bigley, Betsy 1857-1907

Bigley, Elizabeth 1857-1907

Cassie Chadwick Canadian fraudster

Cassie Chadwick kanadisch-US-amerikanische Hochstaplerin und BetrĂ¼gerin

Chadwick 1857-1907 Mrs

Chadwick, Cassie L. 1857-1907

Chadwick, Mrs., 1857-1907

DeVere, Lydia 1857-1907 Madame

DeVere, Lydia, Madame, 1857-1907

Elizabeth Bigley

Hoover, C. L. 1857-1907 Mrs

Hoover, C. L., Mrs., 1857-1907

Languages
English (29)

French (1)

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