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    • Automated Downloading with Wget 

      Milligan, Ian (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2012-06-27)
      Wget is a useful program, run through your computer’s command line, for retrieving online material. It can be useful in the following situations: Retrieving or mirroring (creating an exact copy of) an entire website. ...
    • Counting and Mining Research Data with Unix 

      Baker, James; Milligan, Ian (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2014-09-20)
      This lesson will look at how research data, when organised in a clear and predictable manner, can be counted and mined using the Unix shell. The lesson builds on the lessons “Preserving Your Research Data: Documenting and ...
    • Data Scratchpad Prefetching for Real-time Systems 

      Soliman, Muhammad R.; Pellizzoni, Rodolfo (2017-05-01)
      In recent years, the real-time community has produced a variety of approaches targeted at managing on- chip memory (scratchpads and caches) in a predictable way. However, to obtain safe Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) ...
    • Fatigue Life Prediction of an Automotive Chassis System with Combined Hardening Material Model 

      George, John K.; Gross, Daniel; Jahed, Hamid; Roostaei, Ali Asghar (Society of Automotive Engineers, 2016-04-05)
      The choice of an appropriate material model with parameters derived from testing and proper modeling of stress-strain response during cyclic loading are the critical steps for accurate fatigue-life prediction of complex ...
    • Getting Started with Topic Modeling and MALLET 

      Graham, Shawn; Weingart, Scott; Milligan, Ian (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2012-09-02)
      In this lesson you will first learn what topic modeling is and why you might want to employ it in your research. You will then learn how to install and work with the MALLET natural language processing toolkit to do so. ...
    • Introduction to the Bash Command Line 

      Milligan, Ian; Baker, James (The Editorial Board of the Programming Historian, 2014-09-20)
      This lesson uses a Unix shell, which is a command-line interpreter that provides a user interface for the Unix operating system and for Unix-like systems. This lesson will cover a small number of basic commands. By the end ...
    • The Religious, Spiritual, Secular And Social Landscapes of The Pacific Northwest – Part 1 

      Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah (2017-09-01)
      This report stems from the SSHRC funded research project Religion, Spirituality, Secularity and Society in the Pacific Northwest, led by principal investigator Paul Bramadat in partnership with the Centre for Studies in ...

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